The spending ban is over!!!

First of all, the picture has nothing to do with this post :) I just find it very positive and cute and this is a happy post :) With everything that has been going on in my life, I didn't get a chance to add my final spending ban post, but I am finally here with my last update! On the 11th of April, the 100 DAY SPENDING BAN officially ended and I must admit- it was a big relief :) haha. 

Since my Haul Post, I haven't bought anything else, so the total for the 100 days comes to £49. Wow! You can see everything I bought on the photo below (including some items I was allowed to buy, like nail polish remover) I couldn't resist Dainty Doll bargains from Fragrance Direct and a couple of Rimmel Apocalips.

I am really proud of myself to be honest. I am a true shopaholic, who can spend £500 during one shopping trip, without thinking twice. The best thing about the ban is the fact that it made me realise how much I used to spend on beauty and fashion and I am now more sensible with money. I managed to save up a lot of money and I used to it towards a deposit for our new house. I was meant to save up for a holiday, but the priorities changed.

Since the ban ended, I stocked up on some essentials like Hydraluron, Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm and La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo and made a couple of cheeky 3 for 2 purchases in Boots, but that's it. The products I bought were ones I really needed or wanted to try for ages. 

I am really proud of everyone who completed the 100 spending ban, especially those who didn't break it at all :)  I am looking at you Georgina :) You are my Spending Ban Hero!

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