There is nothing I love more than pamper evenings, especially now that the weather has got much colder – I’m currently wrapped in a blanket and I don’t plan on moving anytime soon otherwise I think I’ll freeze! I thought I’d talk you through how I like to spend my ‘pamper evenings’ as there’s nothing better than a bit of time to yourself and in my case, using up lots of products I have laying around that I just forget to use…I’m all for making space in my drawers as that allows me to buy even more! Does a girl really need about 10 face masks though?
First things first, getting comfy during a pamper evening is a must. I straight away get my comfy pyjamas on or put on my absolute favourite InTheStyle ‘Cute But Crazy’ Jumper – it’s so cosy and perfect for chilling in. A pamper evening would pretty much be non existent without a bit of TV or Netflix, right? The Ultra HD 4K TV Panasonic TV is the best for watching things due to the amazing quality. I’m loving the BBC drama series Unforgotten at the minute, if you love a BBC crime drama then you’ll love it! The only downside is once you start watching it you literally cannot stop.
Of course, the beauty side of things is exciting because you can really go wild which is the fun bit! Face masks, oils, bath bombs, cleansers.. the lot. I’m sure you all know by now that the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish is my absolute favourite and I talk about it non stop. If you haven’t already tried the Aromatherapy oils either then they’re seriously the best. They smell amazing and I seem to always have a good nights sleep after them so they must work! It’s completely up to you what skincare products you want to use. I personally also like to paint my nails and I’m loving the Elegant Touch ones. I’m so lazy when it comes to nails and I much prefer false ones!
If you decide to have a bit of a pamper evening whether that be by yourself or with a few girlies, I’d love to see what products you end up loving. I’d also love to know if you watch Unforgotten so tweet me @bethxlouisex
*This post is sponsored by Panasonic but all opinions remain my own as always.