Sunday, October 17, 2021

The Ultimate Italy Travelguide.

I have been travelling to Italy quite a lot in the past year. That probably has to do with me moving to Munich last summer and since being so close to it. However, after my last trip in October 2020 to Florence and Tuscany, I followed with a week-long holiday in Rome, Naples, Capri and Sorrento. And let me tell you, it has been one of the best trips I have ever been on! So today I thought I would share with you my thoughts and tips on all places I have visited in Italy so far... 

This will be a long one, I hope you don't mind. 

South Tyrol / Dolomites 

The first time I ever travelled to Italy, our trip started in the dolomites, to be exact in the area of Bolzano. Green parks (or a white paradise - depending on when you decide to visit), beautiful promenades, dolomite peaks in the distance - the walks in Bolzano in Italy are characterised by unique diversity and beauty. I honestly love this place so much and would recommend anyone to visit if you can. We stayed in the cutest little hotel with the nicest owners. Their breakfast was amazing and they are very helpful when you want to get some tips about activities in the area. We will definitely be back soon! 

When you can and there is not too much snow you should definitely take a hike up the Seceda. These views are unforgettable. I believe there is also a cable car that will bring you halfway up there... But I also think that the hike is half of the fun! 

Also, I loved Alpe di Siusi - a Dolomite plateau and the largest high-altitude Alpine meadow in Europe. We took a cable car all the way up and then went on a hike once we reached the top. To be honest, I was a bit scared of the height but after some encouraging words I got over it... so if you are scared of heights like me - give it a try anyway!


You just got to love Tuscany. After spending a few days in South Tyrol we went on to Tuscany. I think if you want to explore Italy by car it is best to stay away from big cities and focus on the beautiful landscape of Tuscany. 

We actually stayed in a gorgeous Airbnb in the Chianti area and got to experience a wine tasting and vineyard tour that we also booked through Airbnb. I highly recommend you also look for activities and tours on the platform, not just for the next place to stay. 


Florence was the third and final stop on our little road trip last fall. I must admit, driving into the centre was probably not the best idea but definitely... an experience! You really got to be careful when taking your car into inner Florence (or any major Italian city for that matter) as there sometimes will be limited traffic areas which you will need a special permit to enter (which of course we did not have). However, these areas suddenly appear out of nowhere, at least if you are not familiar with the city and I heard it can be quite costly if you get caught. 

But all the adrenaline while driving was definitely worth it. I completely fell in love with Florence. The city is just beautiful. We got quite lucky as we went to visit Florence in the off-season so it was quite empty and the perfect opportunity to see all the important sights without being surrounded by tourists. We actually got to experience the Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze and the famous Michelangelo's David statue all alone! There was literally nobody else in the museum and it was in the middle of the day! I highly suggest you book a ticket in advance though, especially in Covid times. You really shouldn't miss out on seeing this impressive work of art when you are in Florence. 

Another must-see in Florence - Piazzale Michelangelo.

Have you ever seen one of those incredible pictures of Florence and the Duomo and wonder where it came from? The answer is Piazzale Michelangelo. Named after the famed Renaissance sculptor himself with a replica of David out of Bronze in the centre.

You can enjoy the view during the day or ideally at night. If the conditions are right you’ll see one of the world’s best sunsets.


Rome has truly stolen my heart. I think it is the most beautiful city I have seen in Italy so far. I visited it this summer - this time we flew into Italy and left the car at home. Reaching the city centre is quite easy from the airport. It is connected by many trains and you reach in around 30 to 60 minutes. 

We stayed in a hotel in the Trastavere area and I already know that when I will come back I want to stay in the exact same area again, if not even in the same hotel. The hotel was quite simple but affordable, clean and the staff was great. However, Trastavere was the real star. The area really comes to life at night. There are countless bars and restaurants - aways from the typical touristy areas so you get to enjoy authentic Italian food. At the same time, it is within perfect walking distance to all major sights of Italy's capital. 

I am not going to list you all the typical sights you need to see when you visit Rome, but I would like to suggest a more unusual place to visit. The Testaccio food market in the south of Rome is a must-see. We went there on our last day before continuing on to Naples and we are so glad we took the little detour. Packed with locals the food is just amazing!

Speaking of must-eats in Rome - you simply have to visit Giolitti for some ice cream. A well-known café and pastry shop, apparently the oldest ice cream place in Rome. Founded in 1890 and soon after they became the supplier of the Italian royal family. Like... what? It is still owned by the same family! Honestly, I never had better ice cream in my life. It is so creamy and rich and at the same time light - almost like a mousse but in ice cream form. It's almost a crime to leave Rome without experiencing Giolitti at least one time. The good news: they have loads of vegan options, too! 


Naples is probably the most chaotic city I have experienced in Italy so far. Once we stepped out of the train from Rome we got hit by a literal sensory overload. So many smells, colours, people, sounds... everything! Even though it took a bit of getting used to the city really has its own charm. A very unique place, that will certainly leave a lasting impression and buzzes with energy. If you want a quiet and relaxing place, this is not for you. I loved the hustle and bustle but to be honest, I am glad we only stayed for two nights. 

It was just a bit too much for me personally in the end. Also, the humidity was insane which made the almost 40 degrees celsius in the day even worse. 

We used Naples as a starting point to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum, two major archaeological sights that you simply must visit! I loved Pompeii, simply because of its size. An incredibly impressive place. Herculaneum is the smaller site out of the two but is in incredible condition, even more than Pompeii. If you have the time you should see both. They are only about 20 minutes away from each other (by train or car!). However, I advise you to book a took in both places as this really gave us an insight into this extremely interesting place that we otherwise wouldn't have gotten. Without the tour, I think Pompeii would have only been 10% as impressive. Again, we booked ours through Airbnb! Also, this way you get to skip the long lines at the ticket counter! 


We had to take a little day trip to Capri while travelling from Naples to Sorrento. So we booked a ferry in the early morning and made our way to this glamorous and famous island. 

I really adored Capri once we got past the busy Port and loads of tourists. Don't get me wrong, wherever you turn in Capri there are tourists. However, the pretty streets of the centre and the breathtaking views of the top really make up for it and give you some space to breathe. However, the central port really is crazy busy. Not the relaxing and glamorous entrance I expected, but still worth a visit. I think Capri is the best when you have your own yacht (duh) or at least a high-class resort or hotel. Then you really get to see the relaxing side of the island. I would come again, but would definitely book a resort this time. 


Rome is my fave city so far - but Sorrento has to be my fave coastal place. Such a calm and beautiful place right at the ocean. The hills and the architecture are simply breathtaking. Next time I will definitely stay longer in this paradise and use it as a base to visit Positano and Amalfi. 

We only spend 24 hours in Sorrento but they were just perfect. We roamed the busy streets and markets in the centre most of the time. However, if you only have limited time in Sorrento I highly recommend you visit Bimonte Sorrento. A gorgeous jeweller and handmade workshop of Mediterranean cameos. Their pieces are beautiful genuine Italian cameos with gold or silver settings. I fell in love with their place and especially their history and their wonderful family. 

Christian, part of the Family that completely runs the shop and produce the pieces by themselves, took his time to explain to me everything about this craftsmanship. I was looking for a ring and he was absolutely wonderful in helping me find the right cameo which meaning suits me and my personality the best. Because as he said, "don't choose the piece for its size or colour. Choose it so that its story fits you and what you want to tell the world about yourself". I absolutely loved his approach and you could tell how passionate he is about his art. 

I will most certainly come back next time and buy another piece.. I cannot wait! 

Have you been to Italy yet and what was your favourite place?

x Lisa


Saturday, September 18, 2021

Let's Talk About Brows.

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Brow Products Anastasia Beverly Hills Bobbi Brown

I feel like all of us have had that awkward brow phase at least once in their life. For me, it was never really the shape, as I don't really have to do much to them in this regard. However, finding the right colour and product for my brows is a struggle. 

I have quite thin brows, which need a bit of extra filling in. However, as my brows are more on the subtle side I do not like it if they look too 'heavy'. So the formula of my products definitely has to be sheer or buildable. 

My natural hair colour is a cool brown. So it is very important to me, that the colour of my brows is also cool-toned. Any warm-toned product that pulls even slightly red or orange makes me look very fake. So you can imagine I have been looking for the right brow products for ages. And I can confidently say that I now have the perfect lineup for me.... and these products should be no stranger to you. 

Brow Products Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz

Brow Products Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Gel

The Pencil 

I have refused to buy into the ABH hype for years. I always feel like if products are that hyped, they mostly disappoint when you try them. But not with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz. The tip of the pencil is so tiny, it gives the most beautiful and natural look. The formula is buildable, so with a light hand, you can get a very subtle result. As much as colour goes, I find the "Taupe" looks best on me. But they really have a great selection of colours, especially the range of different brown tones is incredible. 

The Gel 

As much as I love the Brow Wiz on its own, I sometimes need some extra definition and staying power. The Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Gel gives me exactly that. It defines my natural brows perfectly and gives it a more 3-dimensional look instead of only using a pencil or powder. Also, my brows do not move at all the whole day. I am obsessed. 

The Highlight

No brow look is complete without the right highlighter. Here I use my holy grail, the Bobbi Brown Highlighting Powder in "Afternoon Glow". A gorgeous natural glow with a hint of pink. Perfect for my skin tone. 

What are your go-to brow products?

x Lisa


Thursday, September 2, 2021

9 Things To Do When You Are Stuck In A Rut.

We all thrive to celebrate or better said to look forward to celebrating something. Whether it is a wedding, vacation or job promotion.

There’s nothing like the thrill every time we have an exciting event or life update. But when exciting things aren’t happening, life can seem rather, well, dull. Maybe you already went on your big vacation for the year, don’t have any weddings this season, or are feeling pretty meh in your career. Every day is filled with errands to run, bills to pay, and chores to do, and it doesn’t feel like there’s much to celebrate besides making it to Friday every week. Even if you are working towards exciting goals, we all have those stuck-in-a-rut periods. Let’s face it: normal doesn’t exactly give you butterflies. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t enjoy life and make the most of even “normal” days. 

So what can you do to get out of that feeling? 

1. Be mindful. 

When we feel “stuck in a rut,” we usually feel disappointed in the moment because we’re missing out on what we thought should be happening (like feeling you should be on that amazing vacation right now, instead of sitting at your job). Use mindfulness to stay in the moment and accept the present, rather than thinking about what could’ve been.

2. Move. 

When you are in a rut, moving your body might be the last thing on your mind but is probably the first thing that helps. Exercise can help boost your mood, but can also change the way you view yourself. I love to run and listen to something inspirational while pushing myself. If I’m a little grumpy at the beginning of my run, I’ll almost always end get into a good mood by the end of it. Try it!

3. Practice gratefulness. 

When you’re feeling blah, it takes a bit of effort to move through bad moods. But when you focus on what you are grateful for, you show yourself that you don’t need special events in order to feel happy, and your ability to thrive does not depend upon your circumstances.

4. Search for a(ny) job. 

The other day I was perusing the web and came across a few job openings that looked interesting but I am not looking to change my job any time soon. However, I still compared my skills to the job requirements and thought about what experience I would need to gain to get the jobs that excited me the most. It gave me some completely new insight into what I really want to do. So if you’re feeling in a rut, a job search may invigorate you with a new direction or excitement, even if you are not planning to apply for it. 

5. Start journaling. 

You probably heard about the therapeutic effects of journaling. When you journal, you allow yourself to get all regrets and worries out of your head and onto paper. At the same time, you can also use journaling to focus on the bright things in life. Journal depending on what you think you need in order to feel better. For example, if you feel like you have a lot of emotions and stressors built up, let it all out on paper, no holding back. If you’re realizing that you’re being a little extra negative, journal about the things you can be grateful for. 

6. Learn a new skill.

They say if you aren’t learning, you aren’t growing. Sometimes, we get stuck in a rut because we don’t feel like we’re evolving in our careers or as a person. So the easiest answer is to do something to get what you want out of life. Knowledge is power, and learning something new will not only make you feel more inspired but might actually help you move your life in the direction you are only dreaming about. Whether or not it’s directly related to your career or hobby, take a course that sounds interesting, dive into a good book, or spend time looking up how-to videos on Youtube. There is so much out there for you to learn every day!

7. Clean out your closet. 

Just like your home, your closet can be a great indicator of how you feel emotionally. Too many clothes, too few clothes, clothes we’ll never wear, clothes that just don't fit right, clothes that just don't feel right—you name it. You know the saying, “dress for the job you want, not the job you have?” What we wear can change what we think about ourselves, and what we think about ourselves changes everything from our emotions to our actions - and therefore basically changes your life. Give away the clothes that don’t make you feel amazing, and make room for new clothes that will allow you to dress for the life you want. Start with the basics. When was the last time you sorted out your underwear drawer? I might be time to invest in some beautiful new dessous by hunkemoller to make you feel like you are on top of the world. Every day. 

8. Romanticize everything. 

Often, all it takes to feel like we’re in an exciting period of our life is to find things to celebrate. Even if don’t have any exciting events in the near future, you can find little things to celebrate and small moments to appreciate. For example, make yourself your favourite dish for a random lunch on a Tuesday, just because, or stop for some cake on the way home from work, just because you feel like it. Have your best friend over for wine night to celebrate the praise you got from your boss. The more you romanticize the mundane by finding the “special” in the ordinary, you’ll learn that you can create your own happiness while still striving to achieve goals. Being happy does not mean you won't move forward!

9. Change up your routine. 

Sometimes all you need to do in order to spice things up a bit is to change up your routine. Do you normally workout after work? Maybe try it early in the morning instead. Do you watch youtube while getting ready in the morning? Try a podcast instead. The truth is that nothing will feel different until you do something different. Read a new book in the night, take a stroll on a route you’ve never been on, or try a new restaurant on your night out. When there’s nothing new going on in your life, make something new. 

What do you do when you are feeling stuck in a rut?

x Lisa 


Sunday, August 22, 2021

My No Makeup - Makeup Products.

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Summer Makeup No Makeup Barely There Products

Summer Makeup No Makeup Barely There Products

Summer Makeup No Makeup Barely There Products

I have recently travelled to Italy and while I loved the whole trip, the humidity and heat really forced me to change up my makeup game. Goodbye full coverage foundation, matte lipstick and loads of concealer. It was time for a no-makeup - makeup look that will make me look fresh while not looking cakey and unnatural. 

Summer Makeup No Makeup Barely There Products

Summer Makeup No Makeup Barely There Products

I think I really perfected my routine throughout the week in Rome, Capri and Sorrento. So today I thought I would share with you my current go-to natural makeup products. I hope you enjoy it! 

Vita Liberata Beauty Blur - my foundation / base product for a natural glow with a little coverage to cover some minor imperfections. I am simply obsessed with this product and have got countless compliments on my skin since wearing it! Honestly, if you only get one product from this post - make this it! 

By Terry CC Celularose Brightening CC Serum - I like to layer my Vita Liberata Beauty Blur with this CC Serum when I want some extra glowiness! I sometimes opt for the shade Apricot Glow or the shade Sunny Flash depending if want to look a bit more bronzed or not. I cannot live without them!

Bobbi Brown Nude Finish Illuminating Powder - The setting powder of choice when I want to add some extra longevity to my base without looking like I used powder at all. It is so fine and glowy, it's unbelievable! 

By Terry Ombre Blackstar - This creamy eyeshadow stick has been a lifesaver! Such easy application and lasting power. I am obsessed! I go between the shades Blond Opal (my fave), Frozen Quartz and Misty Rock depending on my mood and occasion. 

Artdeco Liquid Liner Intense - in the shade brown. I love a brown winged liner if I go for a soft "barely there" makeup look. Such a beautiful way to frame your eye while not making the look seem heavy. This one lasts the whole day on me. I highly recommend it!

Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Highlighter - this highlighter is no joke! I love to use it during the night time when I want to look like a literal goddess. It gives a beautiful but intense glow, so if you are not a fan of that I recommend you skip this one. Otherwise, you will adore this one for sure! 

Yves Saint Laurent Tatouage Couture - the liquid lipstick that really is fool-proof. I brought with me the shade singular taupe and loved it so much. This lipstick is so thin, especially for a liquid lip, yet has great pigmentation and lasting power. I can apply it without a mirror and it still looks flawless. 

One thing to add: I always think that a good skincare routine really does half the job if you want to achieve that gorgeous "barely there" makeup look. I will have a post up about my updated skincare routine soon so keep your eyes peeled. 

What are your go-to products for a no-makeup makeup look? I am curious!

x Lisa


Sunday, August 8, 2021

Why You Should Invest In Your Jewelry.

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

I think we have all been there: the shiny beautiful (and most importantly cheap) jewelry in high street shops caught our attention and we just had to have it! Maybe this time they will last a bit longer than a few days... but anyway, who cares? It's just a few euros so whatever... Right? Wrong. 

Okay of course there is no right answer and just because I think that mentality is wrong, you do you! (So please don't come for me...). But I really do believe investing in your jewelry is the smarter move. 

And why is that?

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

Well firstly, they do last much much longer, if not forever. I wear my gold jewelry every single day. Whether I am sleeping, showering, jumping into the pool or applying sunscreen. It's has been through all of it. I remember wearing my H&M costume jewelry for just a few days, while carefully removing everything before washing my hands or getting any kind of water on it... and yet my finger turned green and the pieces black much quicker than I would have liked. 

So if you invest in just a few pieces you absolutely ADORE they will make you happy forever. So in the end cost-per-wear will be so much lower than your fake pieces. Basically, a no-brainer when you want to make the financially smart decision! 

Gold 18K jewelry from Italy Hey Amore

Also, obviously, wearing your pieces forever and not throwing away literal plastic every few weeks is also environmentally the more responsible decision. Quality over quantity! 

Lastly, I like to think of my purchases as investments anytime I can. And jewelry is such an easy way to do that! In the end, your 18K gold pieces will most probably hold their value (or go up) unlike the costume jewelry in your average high street store. Of course, designer costume jewelry is a different story. But honestly, for that money, I would always go for real gold. 

One of my favourite shops for high-quality gold jewellery with the cutest designs is HEY AMORE. A Munich based online shop, that gets all their handpicked 18K gold pieces directly from Italy. I have the necklaces VENEZIA and MILANO for a beautiful layered look. I like to pair them with my cute elephant pendants KENYA and INDIA or the beautiful ladybug COCCINELLA. The ring SI really rounds up the whole look for me. Here are just a few more pieces that I am absolutely lusting over!

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8

Go and have a browse yourself... you won't be disappointed!

x Lisa  


Sunday, July 11, 2021

The Ultimate SPF Roundup.

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Summer Skincare Facial SPF Sunscreen Products

As much as I am loving the extra Vitamin D and the general good vibes the sunny weather brings right now, this is also the perfect time to reevaluate your SPF game. I know, you are not only supposed to wear SPF in the summer, but every time you go outside. However, as the sun gets stronger I also like to double down on protecting my skin. So today I thought I would share with you my go-to SPF products and also explain how and when I wear each one. 

Summer Skincare Facial SPF Sunscreen Products

The CeraVe Facial Moisturising Lotion SPF 25 is my everyday moisturiser. I use it all year around and I just ADORE the consistency and how hydrated it leaves my skin. It's the perfect base for my makeup and I simply cannot go a day without it. A must in my beauty routine!

The Shiseido Sun Care Expert Sun Protector Face & Body Lotion SPF 50+ is THE facial SPF I love using whenever I know I will be in the sun a lot that day. It has a very similar consistency as the La Roche Posay Anthelios XL SPF 50+, but for some reason I just tend to use the Shiseido more often. I guess I prefer the scent a bit, other than that they are basically identical. 

Shiseido Stick Summer Skincare Facial SPF Sunscreen Products

Shiseido Stick Summer Skincare Facial SPF Sunscreen Products

Did you know you should touch up your SPF every couple of hours, even when wearing makeup? I tried using sprays on top of my makeup before but honestly, my face just felt too oily after. Then I came across the Shiseido Sun Care Clear Stick UV SPF 50+. Let me tell you, I am obsessed! It's a stick with a clear balm that you can simply glide one top of your makeup. Sure, some of the makeup transfers to your stick, depending how much product you wear. However, as I am the only one using it, I really don't care. Reapplying SPF has never been easier. Also, it's the perfect size to pop in my handbag! 

Whenever I go for a swim or a run I like to wear a sunscreen that is waterproof. For that my choice is the Avene Sun Sensitive Sport Fluid SPF 50+ is perfect for that. Yes, it is definitely heavier than my other products, however when I workout in the sun I don't really care much about any possible whitecast or oiliness. I just want my skin to be protected, all the time. 

What is your favorite SPF? 

x Lisa


Sunday, June 20, 2021

What's In My Summer Beauty Bag.

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Summer Beauty Makeup Products Estee Lauder, Bobbi Brown, Nudestix, Essie, By Terry

It is finally June! This means summer is just around the corner. And for me, not only my wardrobe changes during that time but also my go-to beauty products do. So today I am sharing with you my current fave products, all about makeup, perfume and nails. 

Summer Beauty Makeup Products Estee Lauder, Bobbi Brown, Nudestix, Essie, By Terry

Summer Beauty Makeup Products Estee Lauder, Bobbi Brown, Nudestix, Essie, By Terry

The Makeup 

I really take a step back when it comes to wearing a lot of products in the summertime. Most of the time I do not reach for foundation at all. However, a good glowy base product is still a must for me. The By Terry Cellularose CC Serum is my holy grail. I wear it every single day. It gives my skin a healthy and fresh look while also evening out any minor imperfections. I adore it! For bronzer, I still stick to my trusted Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Bronzer. A classic. My highlighter of choice has not changed since the beginning of the year and is still the Bobbi Brown Highlighting Powder in Afternoon Glow. But there is something new in my makeup bag: the Nudestix Nudies Bloom Blush in shade Cherry Blossom Babe. Honestly, their formula is to die for! I also love their shade range. I think I have to get Tiger Lily Queen next. A cream blush is just a must in the summer. 

The Perfume 

What is a summer without Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess Perfume? A classic for a reason. This scent always takes me back to beach holidays, long nights and simply the best times. I am honestly the worst at describing scents but you should really give it a try in your local shop. To me, it smells like pure summer. 

The Nails

I love a good nude nail polish, but in the summertime, I like to go for a pinkier nude. There is just something about a fresh pink manicure that I associate with summer. My current fave is Essie Nails in "Sugar Daddy". Essie always has the most beautiful shade range and lasts the longest on me. 

What are your current summertime beauty must-haves?

x Lisa


Sunday, June 6, 2021

My Everyday Bag | Saint Laurent Collège Medium.

As much as I love browsing the shops for beautiful bags, I always tend to be drawn to the same style and size of bags. 

Over the years I learned that I adore a top-handle bag, which can also be worn cross-body. It has to be able to hold my phone, cardholder, keys and a few more bits but cannot be too large. And of course, I love black bags with gold hardware. But the gold cannot be too shiny or yellow, a brassy or aged-looking gold is just the right shade for me. Well, that sounds like I am quite picky when it comes to bags, right? 

Well, I might be. But then again, if you think about spending that amount of money on a bag, you better love every single aspect. I recently sold my Gucci Dionysus Mini (which I still adore!) and thought it was time for a new everyday bag that suits my needs a bit better. 

After a lot of research, I realized that the Saint Laurent Collège Medium is just the right bag for me. A classic that will surely stand the test of time. Not only is it a cross-body / top-handle hybrid, but it also has a beautiful and comfortable chain strap that has a small leather part on the top which makes it so easy to wear. The leather I chose already has an aged or creased look to it. I always try to stay away from bags that are extremely smooth, as I know that I will end up scratching them. This will not only bother me, but also reduce the re-sell value... something I always have in mind when making my purchases. 

Which is your fave YSL bag?

x Lisa


Sunday, May 16, 2021

My Current Haircare Routine.

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Bumble & Bumble Haircare Products Routine - Product Flatlay

Bumble & Bumble Haircare Products Routine - Product Flatlay

As much as I have been investing a lot of time (and money) into my skincare routine recently, I really have neglected my haircare. So I thought it is time to try some new products and tackle some of my problems. 

Before I get started to talk about the products I have been using, just a bit about my hair structure: I have quite long but thin hair which, if I don't style it at all, will simply look flat and straight. As this is not the look I want to go for, I always like to blowdry and style it at the same time. However, I do try to not use any other heated styling tools after. 

One of the haircare brands I wanted to try for ages is Bumble & Bumble. Especially their Sunday Shampoo has been on my wishlist for months. So what are the products I incorporated into my routine and how do I get on with them? 

Bumble & Bumble Haircare Products Routine - Product Flatlay

The Sunday Shampoo

The Bumble & Bumble Sunday Shampoo is a detox shampoo that deeply cleanses your hair and scalp from product build-up. I like to use this one once a week, typically on a Sunday and follow it with a good conditioner and/or hair mask. In order for your hair to grow as healthily as possible, it is important to remove all the product buildup from time to time. But bear in mind that this shampoo will also strip your hair of all the oils and natural hydration, so this really is not a daily shampoo and you should make sure to moisturize your hair after. 

The Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner 

I always need all of the volume I can get, so I opted for the Bumble & Bumble Thickening Shampoo & Conditioner. I really adore this range. It gives my hair more body than it normally has while also hydrating my hair. This is something I have not seen in any other "volume" shampoos yet. I love it. 

The Thickening Spray 

The Bumble & Bumble Thickening Spray is used on damp hair just before blow-drying it. I personally have never used any kind of styling product pre-drying. I have to say that it really does what it says. It gives my hair more volume. However, bear in mind that this is not really a hair care product, more of a styling product. So I try to not focus it too much on my ends as they can get quite dry. I use it more on my roots and use oil at the ends of my hair. 

The Thickening Dryspun Texture Spray 

The Bumble & Bumble Thickening Dryspun Texture Spray is a finishing spray I LOVE to use in the morning to give my hair some more volume which it loses in the night while I sleep on it. It is lightweight, does not feel sticky and has a nice subtle smell to it. I adore this so much and cannot imagine this leaving my routine any time soon. 

Have you tried any Bumble & Bumble products yet? If so, what are your faves?

x Lisa