The Harry Potter Dark Art Colour Illusion Lipstick set costs £8.50 from Boots. The set contains 3 lipsticks each with 3g of product. They have a 24-month shelf after opening. Again I’m not assured of the cruelty-free status because I do not know who actually makes these. They’re not marked as vegan but only contain a couple of ingredients that might not be, so if you’re vegan it might be better to pass.
Want a breath-taking look? Beneath the dramatically dark appearance of the HARRY POTTER™ DARK ARTS™ Colour Illusion Lipstick, lies a bold shade of red, purple or orange.
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It’s coming to the end of the year. I’m going to stop doing these collection posts on here and add them to my Youtube videos. Yes, I’ll be back. So without further ado let’s look at the numbers for this month.
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The Lime Crime liquid highlighters cost $22 each. They have 21.88 ml of product and a 12-months shelf life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
What’s better than gumdrops? Festive Liquid Hi-Lite drops! The concentrated illuminating shimmer formula adds icing to your holiday look.
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The Wizarding World Harry Potter Advent calendar costs £35 from Boots. I can’t find any info on if it’s cruelty-free and while none of the ingredients is not vegan, a few flags as probably not. If you’re vegan, I’d pass to be on the safe side.
It goes without saying at this point, there are spoilers ahead.
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The Venus Immortalis palette is the final one in the Venus series from Lime Crime. It costs $38 from Lime Crime. It has 8 x 1.61g of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It’s vegan and cruelty-free. In the UK you can get it from LookFantastic for £35.
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I’ve been trying to view my collection differently recently. There was a post on Reddit in MakeupRehab (which I can’t find) which talked about viewing makeup, not as a collection but rather something to use. So I want to switch my language from collection to inventory. However, because we are so close to the end of the year I might not do it yet for the title of these posts but I will try to do it in the rest of the posts.
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The Venus Vivid palette is the next one in the Venus series from Lime Crime. It costs $38 from Lime Crime. It has 8 x 1.61g of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It’s vegan and cruelty-free.
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The skull nail polishes are £4 each from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug. They have 12.5 ml of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened (although nail polish doesn’t really expire). They are vegan and cruelty-free.
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The Wet Cherry Lip gloss bundle costs $54 from Lime Crime. There are four glosses in this bundle and they’re available separately at Lime Crime for $18 each. They have 2.96 ml of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
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The Mascara Revolution costs £8 and you can get it from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug. It is Vegan and cruelty-free. There are 12 ml of product and it has a 12-month shelf life once opened.
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