By Golly! What’s In My Bag?

Hmm… What are the things she can’t do without in her bag? Dry shampoo?

We thought beauty blogger Golly-Locks was joking as she rummaged through her bag to help us with this report. But she wasn’t! It makes complete sense. Don’t we hate the smell in our hair after lunch in a food court, cafe, or canteen? After a long day in the office, Golly-Locks says she just wants to feel fresh and clean before meeting her friends. We totally understand; she has to keep her long gorgeous locks lovely and sexy!

“And this Neutrogena lip moisturiser is my go-to lip balm. It’s always in my bag,” says Golly-Lock. Why? “It’s got SPF15!” she quipped. Lip balms are essential for Golly-Lock but after she received her first Neutrogena lip moisturiser at a friend’s wedding, she was sold.

As for Daisy for Marc Jacobs? It’s the scent and of course, the daisy at the top of the miniature perfume bottle.

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