London is one of my favourite places at the moment. I haven’t always been a fan of the capital, but over the past few years, it’s drawn me in and now I’ll take up every opportunity to head down to big city.

On Saturday I decided to travel down to check out Garnier’s awesome new pop up shop called The Blends Room. It was located on Bateman Street near Covent Garden and has since disappeared. (That’s the sad thing about pop up shops; they are here and gone far too quickly.) There were lots of activities on at #TheBlendsRoom, from dance classes to meditation, to a photo booth and they even had people on hand to braid your hair. It was amazing.
Best of all, they were giving out free personalised bottles with some fun messages printed on them. I got the Honey scented Ultimate Blends Shampoo with a message that read, “Sandeep you are un-bee-lievably cute!” How sweet is that!

Wait, it’s gets even better… Garnier were also hosting a competition to win a trip to SOUTH AFRICA! <3
All you had to do was strike a pose with their beautiful Ultimate Blends display in Covent Garden. It was so pretty, even on a snowy day.

There was a team of lovely ladies on hand to take your photos, hand out freebies and there were even some money saving coupons, yay!

I had such a wonderful morning exploring the area, discovering the beautiful Garnier Display, and heading down to the pop up shop to smell all the yummy flavours of Ultimate Blends Shampoos. My favourite two scents were the Maple and the Honey, although the coconut one is really lovely too.

If all of that wasn’t awesome enough, Garnier were also giving out goody bags. In fact Garnier were so lovely that they gave one for me and one for you 😀
Do you want to see what’s in it? Watch my latest vlog to find out!

To win a Garnier Ultimate Blends Goody Bag, click on the image below and enter my competition. Good Luck!




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    12 February 2017

    I love the Garnier surf wax. I’ve got short hair, so it’s great for giving a bit of texture!

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    12 February 2017

    I regularly buy Garnier Ultimate Blends Colour Illuminator shampoo and condition as I love it! It contains Argan Oil and antioxidant-packed Cranberry Extract which helps to keep my coloured hair soft and shiny!

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    12 February 2017

    Very nice Sandeep, I actually use Garnier lol, i swim a lot so it works well for my strawy hair:)

    If you have time check out my latest travel vlog from snowy Lake Tahoe in California!

    Keep it up!

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    Jo Glasspool

    12 February 2017

    I love Garnier, it really relaxes my frizzy hair.

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    jenn haden (@jennhaden3)

    13 February 2017

    I love to use coconut oil on my hair, even though it’s fine and a bit thin, it doesn’t weight it down! 🙂

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    Lorraine Stone

    13 February 2017

    I love the hair colour range enriched with Avocado. Leaves my hair soft and natural looking.

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    sharon martin

    13 February 2017

    i like the garnier ultimate blends Delicate Soother shampoo

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    Virginia C.

    14 February 2017

    I love Garnier coconut and almond hair oil. I apply it before I blow dry my hair and it leaves it soft, smooth and very shiny without making it oily. I love it! <3

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    Sarah Ann

    14 February 2017

    I love the Garnier Blends Transformer shampoo and conditioner. My hair is so fine I find that so many shampoos and conditioners leave my hair weighed down but these are perfect – couldn’t be without them now!

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    Hannah Smith

    14 February 2017

    Let curly hair dry naturally to avoid excess frizz

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    14 February 2017

    My favourite Garnier product is their Miracle Wake Up Cream! 🙂

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    Rebecca Smith

    15 February 2017

    Garnier coconut and almond hair oil is amazing on my dry, frizzy hair

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    Nicola Hoare

    15 February 2017

    I love the Garnier face range, I use their Pure Active face wash and toner as I prone to spots. I am yet to try their hair care range! 🙂

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