Pink Parcel July 2018

If you’d like to see what treats I got in this months parcel, check out the video above. What is it? The Pink Parcel is a monthly subscription box designed to make that time of the month a little bit better. What’s in it? Every month you’ll receive your choice of pads or tampons from […]

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Sleek Power Plump in Notorious Nude

Sleek’s Power Plumps retail for £5.50 from SleekMakeUp or your local retailer. They are pencil lip crayons in 6 shades, the one I have is Notorious Nude. Why they’re called power plump’s is because they plump up your lips. Now I found the tingly sensation that comes with this particular one quite strong. So if you’re […]

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LA Splash in Sangre Azul and Vindictive

LA Splash is a little American brand that exploded a few years ago. I have two of their formulas, the Studio Shine and the Lip Couture formulas. They cost $14 each from the LASplash website or from UK suppliers for around £7. I have the Studioshine formula in Sangre Azul. It’s the most incredible metallic navy blue. […]

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Project Bullseye Update 2

What is Project Bullseye? It’s a project pan where I target a particular brand in my collection for use. This year I have chosen Colourpop and I’ve done so in particular because the Super Shock formula has a shorter shelf life and I would like to use them up before that happens. If you’d like to […]

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Rodial Suede Lips in Big Apple

Rodial Suede Lips is a pencil lip colour with a matte finish. You can get this colour online from Rodial.co.uk for £22. I have the shade Big Apple, which is described as ‘a soft burgundy berry colour’. That’s not what I’d describe the colour as at all. I’d call it more of a neutral brown […]

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Revolution Conceal and Define Review and Swatches for Co, Co.5, C1 and C6.5

Let’s have a little talk about the bloggers’ favourite new concealer. The Conceal and Define range from Revolution beauty took the blogosphere by storm when it was released. They’re also vegan and cruelty-free. There’s a total of 18 different shades in this range, catering for the very lightest to the very darkest of skin tones. […]

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Rolling Project Pan Update 2 #ProjectOnePan

What is it? Rolling Project Pans are a little bit different to your regular use it up projects. The aim instead of using the whole thing up is to just hit pan (see the bottom) of the product and then move onto another one. This particular Rolling Project Pan (#projectonepan) is more suited to powder […]

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