Quick Review: Hair & Nail Products | Clozette

(cover photo from Xinlinnn)


You may think that "one size fits all" when it comes to your hair and nails, but just like your skin, your hair and nail's current situation still remain as the major factor in choosing the product that addresses it best. Give your hair and nails the attention they need with products that are tried and tested by Clozette's beauty girls! 

Say goodbye to dull, dry, and oily hair and nails with these products tired and reviewed by our very own beauty community!


Babyliss Big Hair Tool

by rinicesillia

"Start my day with Babyliss Big Hair to create gorgeous finish as if from salon. Easy to use because of its auto-rotating feature."

Innisfree Eco Nail Color PRO

by myBeautyCravings

"Innisfree Eco Nail Color PRO has so many great features, including quick-drying formula and easy application (with its flat, wide brush). However, all it takes is a single major flaw to push it out of my 'repurchase list'."

Click here to read her post

L'Oreal Paris Extraordinary Oil haircare range

by Xinlinnn

"It's been weeks since I've received the newL'Oreal Paris Extraordinary Oil haircare range from Japan’s No.1 Treatment brand. Infused with 6 luxurious flower oils for 6 benefits. I've been loving what it has done to my hair! While I love the entire range, the hair mask and hair treatment in particular, have been my go-to products!"

Depend gel polish in Midnight Glitter

by fifiliciousify

"Been rocking this gorgeous gel polish by Depend Cosmetis in Midnight Glitter for a couple of weeks now & am loving the longevity and sparkle of this color."

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L'Occitane body and strength shampoo + hair essence

by Paperkitties

"Goodbye flat hair days with L'Occitane's new body and strength shampoo + hair essence! Suited for fine, limp hair that's prone to breakage and hair fall, this new hair care range is a combination of 5 essential oils to treat your hair! I've been using this combo for a few weeks now and am absolutely in love with its calming scent."



(cover photo from Jeslyne)

It's all over the Clozette Community, your Instagram feed, blogs, and basically everywhere on both digital and print media. Yes, flat lays are taking the millennial world by storm. But do you know that behind those perfectly-angled, flawless looking shots are a series trial and error styling and a whole lot adjustments? It takes artistry and a good eye to get that one perfect flat lay shot for your feed.

If you're wondering how everybody does a flawless flat lay shot, here's a basic guide for you!



Rule # 1: Establish the Focus

(photo from Junedujour)

The flat lay shot is mostly used by beauty and fashion bloggers where they lay out the products on a flat surface and take a photo of it from the top. Most of the time, everything's just scattered or looks sloppy but for those who take it seriously, they establish a focal point that acts as the subject's photo. By doing this they are able to present their message clearly.

Rule 2: Stick to a Theme

(photo from PhyliciaMarie)

A theme can either be a colour combination, a style, or something related to the product itself. This is the time for you to use your imagination in styling the shot. But don't worry, your flat lay's theme is what makes your photo stand out because you injected your creativity and effort in putting it together!

Rule 3: Add Colour

(photo from itsjustroxy)

A basic white background never fails but a pop of colour never hurts either. Colour breaks the monotony of the usual flatlay and adds mood to your photo's overall feel. You can also use colourful products and play with the colour combination. Just remember to always keep it balanced and put colours that complement each other well. 

Rule 4: Make use of Props

(photo from marieanjelica)

You can't always rely on the products itself. Spark up the photo with some props that are perfect for your flat lay's theme. You can use flowers, sketches, books, pens, and other nick nacks available lying around the house. These are also good as "fillers" if you want to occupy space for a full frame. 

Rule 5: Play with Spaces, Angles, and Lighting

(photo from AnastasiaLove)

It's best to shoot outside for natural light but you can also play around with it and use shadows to add more drama to your shot. Experiment with angles and space as well and place your products or camera in a different angle for a different look. This makes your flat lay worth the "double tap" and your account the next #feedgoal of your followers. 



From oils, to cleansing waters, up to the good'ol makeup remover solution--there's a variety of ways to cleanse makeup off your face after a long day. But there's one favourite that isn't getting as much hype lately: makeup removal via Cold Cream

A multitasking product, cold cream is actually one of the easiest way to remove makeup while providing a host of other benefits to your skin. It breaks down makeup, thoroughly cleanses your face, nourishes your skin, and even works as a moisturiser--preventing that dry-skin feeling after a wash. 

If you're wondering how cold cream works, watch as Fashion Blogger Tricia Gosingtian guides you through the proper way to remove make-up at the end of a long day in this SkinMatters video on ClozetteTV.

Click next to see some of our favourite makeup removers >>
Bobbi Brown Eye Make-Up Remover

This formula soothes skin while gently and thoroughly removing makeup from the delicate eye area without any oily residue. It also has Aloe Vera to calms and comfort fragile skin and Rosewater Extract to leave skin feeling clean and refreshed. This is dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested and perfect for all skin types.

NARS Makeup Removing Water

This soap-free, oil-free, and alcohol-free water removes face makeup and tones the skin. It gently sweeps makeup away while its soothing botanical ingredients hydrate and add radiance. The result: purified and toned skin.

Urban Decay Meltdown Makeup Remover

This is as mighty as the most powerful, long-lasting product in your beauty arsenal. It can remove even the most stubborn long-lasting makeup formula while still being good for your skin. Its formula includes sea fan extract which combats inflammation and beta-carotene (a good source of vitamin A).

Clinique 'Take the Day Off' Cleansing Milk

This is a gentle, milky makeup remover that dissolves even the most long-wearing face makeup and sunscreen. It features a residue-free formula that helps maintain your skin's moisture barrier. It’s best suited for dry or combination oily skin types.