The Lime Crime Bushy Brow Pen costs $20. It has 0.7ml and a 6-month shelf life once opened. The Bushy Brow Gel costs $18. It has 3.5ml and 12-month shelf life once opened. They’re both vegan and cruelty-free.
The Velvetine in Peacock costs $20 from Lime Crime. It has 2.6 ml of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is vegan and cruelty-free.
The Lime Crime Beanie is exclusive to Lime Crime. It costs $20 and is made of 100% acrylics.
You might ask why I would do a review on the Gift With Purchase palettes from Revolution Beauty from last year. It’s a good question. They’re not currently available and likely won’t be again. The reason is that they’ve done these kinds of GWP before and I wanted to leave you with an idea of the quality of them. To help you make the decision if you’d like to get the next one that comes along. I’ve also due to the limited edition nature of these not seen anyone review them.
So if you’re interested, keep reading.
This is a continuation of my 5 by 5 post in December. Just a quick catch up and video in this project pan.
The I Heart Revolution Donut Tray was a limited edition set for Christmas 2019. It cost £30 at full price. It is vegan and cruelty-free. It’s not currently available on the Revolution website but is still currently on sale at Superdrug.
I have seen it on sale for less, at £30 it’s not the best value, as the regular donut palettes cost £5 each. So let’s see what’s inside.
Welcome to the introduction to my 2020 Project Pan. This means I’ll be taking a palette and using it up. The aim is to try and use it all in this year but of course, can rollover.
I’ve honestly been trying to think of a funny title for ages but I ended up with that one, so I guess we’ll all have to deal with that. Happy New Year and Happy Luna New Year.
I didn’t think I’d be talking about Kat Von D again. The brand was dead to me and to a lot of other people. The only time I would mention the brand was in my Project Pan’s as I was trying to use them up. If you’re out of the loop I wrote a post here on why I’d not purchase the brand again. Then 2020 rolls around and as has already happened several times with the start of this year we have a curveball.
Welcome to the introduction to my Rolling Project. It’s the same rules as last time. I take a palette, use it until I hit pan on one of the shades and then pick another (well the one you pick). It’s that simple. It means I can move slightly quicker through my collection and reduces boredom.
By the time this post goes up, it’ll be Christmas Eve here. If you celebrate it Merry Christmas and if you don’t I hope you have a good day anyway. I’m putting this up to let you know I’m taking a short break from Blogging. I’ll be back in January on the 14th. This is for a number of reasons and if you’re interested, do keep reading.
With Christmas around the corner, it’s time to look to the next year and starting up my new project pans. I’ve decided to do a few, this one is the 5 by 5 project pan.
The basic rules of this Project pan are to pick 5 polishes and use them for 5 months. I’ve added a few rules of my own to help me use my collection.
I’m going to pick, one holographic polish, one cream polish, one topper, one metallic and one free choice.
I also want to choose in a theme so all the polishes work together in some form. It’ll help me use them up.