Bali Trip: Theanna Eco Villa & Spa

If you follow me on Instagram you'll know that I've just returned from an amazing holiday to Bali. I had the most amazing time in one of the most gorgeous places ever and took some beautiful photos that I just had to share with you all! I've decided to split my Bali photos in to two posts, one being specific to where we stayed and the second being where to go, what to do, where to eat, etc. Hopefully you'll find this review of Theanna Eco Villa & Spa useful on your next trip to Bali!

We chose to stay at the Theanna Eco Villa & Spa after finding an amazing deal on We stayed in the Aine villa which, as you can see, is absolutely stunning! We were welcomed with beautiful rose petals covering the bed and filling the bath tub which was such a treat. The villa had a private pool as well as a gorgeous bathroom with a free standing bath that connected to the pool area. The villa itself was more than I could possibly ask for. The bed was super comfy, the bath was amazing (especially when filled with rose petals) and it had everything we needed and more. I just wish we were there for longer! My highlight of the villa was definitely being able to eat my breakfast on a floating tray in our pool- the chocolate croissant was absolutely delicious! As was my strawberry smoothie bowl! If only I had that luxury every day.

As we had our own private pool we didn't spend too much time at the hotel pool but I really wish we had! It's the most stunning infinity pool looking out into the rice paddies of Canggu with a beautiful restaurant on the other side. We ate at the Loop Pool and Bar restaurant a couple of times and while the food wasn't amazing, it was nice enough. The cocktails on the other hand were divine!

Overall, I'd definitely recommend Theanna to anyone who's planning a trip to Bali. Canggu is such a nice area too compared to Kuta and the busier parts of Bali. I definitely know where I'll be staying on my next visit!

Have you ever been to Bali? Or would you like to go someday?
Also stay tuned for my next Bali post coming soon!

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Eye Roll On

I've been a lover of the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Night Concentrate for a while now and thought it was about time I tried some other products from the range. One of the things I picked up was the Hydro Boost Eye Roll On as I was in desperate need of an eye cream. I don't think I've ever owned or used an eye cream as I'm simply not convinced I need one but I thought I'd give this a go anyway. 

Similar to the night concentrate the eye cream has a very light-weight, almost watery consistency. All of the products in the range contain hyaluronic acid which keeps your skin supple, youthful and full of moisture. I've really been enjoying the eye cream and find it keeps my under eyes hydrated and much less puffy than usual. I roll it on at night time over my moisturiser and facial oils and then pat it into my skin. Unfortunately, I have read from other reviews that the eye cream doesn't contain much hyaluronic acid which means it won't do a whole lot for your under eyes long term. All in all I've been enjoying the eye roll on but there are probably better eye creams to spend your money on. 

Have you tried the eye roll on? What do you think of it? Are there any other eye creams you'd recommend? 

Sephora Haul

What do you ask for when your boyfriend goes to Sydney for work and asks you if you want anything? Sephora goodies of course! Here in little old Perth we aren't fortunate to have a Sephora yet and while we do have online Sephora- it's really not the greatest shopping experience. By that I mean they are literally ALWAYS out of stock of everything I want. So of course I gave my boyfriend a big list and this is what he managed to pick up for me!

Huda Beauty Textured Shadows Palette- Rose Gold Edition
This has been on my wishlist for SO long and I'm so happy to finally have it in my hands! It comes with a mix of 18 matte, satin and foil-effect shadows. It has such a lovely mix of shades and could be used for both day time looks and going out looks (trust fund is top of my list next time I spend a Friday or Saturday night somewhere other than my bed). The only downside is that it is $95 at Sephora which is just a little on the pricey side.

Anastasia Beverley Hills Modern Renaissance Palette
I know what you're thinking right now. Do you really need both? Ok, probably not but I got them anyway and I have no regrets. The ABH palette is very similar to the Huda palette in terms of shades, however I love the ABH one so much more for daytime. There are so many amazing warm tones that are perfect for everyday. I'm loving Burnt Orange and Realgar at the moment!

Benefit GALifornia Blush
This is a product that I definitely didn't need but after seeing it all over Instagram for the last couple of months I just couldn't resist! I have SO many blushes and probably won't get through half of them in my lifetime but this gorgeous coral pink needed a spot in my collection!

What have you picked up recently?

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