Hairdryer Shopping - Boots Bargains


Yesterday I was on a mission to buy a decent hairdryer that wouldn't break the bank, my current hairdryer is quite old and is starting to over heat all of the time, so off I headed into my local boots. They are have some amazing offers on at the moment so came home with a few bits and pieces.

Remington Style Inspirations Luxury Hairdryer Gift Set - £64.99 REDUCED TO £29.99 SAVING A WHOPPING £35.00!!



The gift set comes in a huge zipped bag which will be so handy for using for holidays etc.

"Powerful 2100 watt dryer - Ceramic tourmaline grille for even heat and fast drying - 3 heat & 2 speed settings - Cool shot to set styles - Concentrator for precision styling - Diffuser - Removable easy clean rear grille - Hang up loop - Paddle brush and a thermal round brush."
Pretty good for £29.99 right?


So after that bargain was put in my basket, I remembered I needed some new tweezers. I have heard so much about Tweezerman tweezers and how good they are, but after seeing their hefty price tag of £20+ (I just couldn't part with that amount of cash for tweezers) I started browsing the Boots own selection and opted for these.

Boots Precision Grip Slanted Tweezers - £3.80.

I tested these out when I got home and they are soooo comfortable to use, the grip is rubber and perfectly shaped and they grab my naughty, thick eyebrows really well!

Boots are at it again with those pesky No7 £5.00 OFF vouchers, after paying I went to the No7 counter with my voucher for a browse and decided to try one of their primers.

Shine Free Primer - Stops Shine For A Matte Finish - £11.00 (I paid £6.00 using my voucher), I havn't tested this out yet so I will let you know my thoughts on it when I do.

Have you found any bargains in Boots recently?

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5 Comments:

  1. My god that hairdryers a bargain!
    My hairdryer is so dodgey at the moment I think its going to blow up soon :/

    Liz
    http://www.aspirationsofglam.blogspot.com
    xxx

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    1. Total bargain :) I was hoping to spend no more than around £40.00 for just a hairdryer!!

      x

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  2. I have been wanting a hairdryer with a diffuser for ages, this looks like a great idea xx

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  3. I really didn't get on with that primer!! Will be intresting to see what you think xxx

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