When he shall die,
Take him and cut him out in little stars,
And he will make the face of heaven so fine
That all the world will be in love with night
And pay no worship to the garish sun.”
This might be my favourite quote ever, coming from Sharespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. It is so beautiful, and so true somehow, beautiful. Anyway! The Lush Shoot for the Stars bath bomb reminds me of this quote, with its extremely blue colour and those golden glittery stars. It really looks very nice, but it does not happen often that a Lush product looks more interesting on the outside then when you actually use it.
The problem I had with this bath bomb is that the yellow stars are made from tougher material than the blue, which makes it hard to dissolve in the water. The blue part though, that went like a falling star, superswiftly in the bath, releasing not just a superblue colour in the bathwater, but also the scent of caramel, Brazilian orange and bergamot.
It is the same smell as the Honey I Washed the Kids soap, which is one of Lush’s most famous products. I think the smell is lovely, but it is not quite fresh so if you are looking for fresh than this would not be your pick. I like how the bath bomb made the water all blue, with the little golden glitters shining through it. Thanks to the cacao butter that is in there, it leaves your skin nice and moisturised, but it does make the bathtub feel a bit greasy, so better clean it well afterwards. Enjoy!
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