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.
Continue reading “KVD Beauty loses the Kat”
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.
Continue reading “Time for a Blog Hiatus”
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.
Continue reading “Boots Wizarding World Harry Potter Advent Calendar 2019 Review”
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.
Continue reading “Project Progress – Collection numbers for October 2019”
The Carmi Make Magic Palette is the newest collab with Revolution Beauty. It costs £5 and has a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is not vegan as it contains beeswax and carmine but is cruelty-free.
Continue reading “Revolution x Carmi Make Magic Palette Review and Swatches”
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.
Continue reading “Lime Crime Spooky Wet Cherry Lip Gloss Bundle Review and Swatches – Spooky, Monster, Poison and Potion”
The Lime Crime Venus XS Sunkissed palette is the next in the Venus range. It costs $20 and has 6.68g of product. It has a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is vegan and cruelty-free.
Continue reading “Lime Crime XS Venus Sunkissed Palette Review & Swatches”
I’ve been away from my blog from a while you might have noticed. I finally managed to update my numbers. Now there are a few big changes mostly because I’ve done my destash to a ‘later’ box. So they’re not totally gone but not currently part of my collection.
So let’s see my collection totals!
Continue reading “Collection Overview July/August 2019 – Project Progress”
Girl Crush is one of the liquid lipsticks from Sugarpill. It costs £14 from UK Suppliers. it has 6ml and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is vegan and cruelty-free.
Continue reading “Sugarpill Liquid Lip Colour – Girl Crush – Review and Swatch”
The Unicorns Hi-lite Palette from Lime Crime costs $38 or £35 from UK Suppliers. It has 21g of product and 24-month shelf life. It is vegan and cruelty-free.
Continue reading “Lime Crime Unicorns Hi-lite Palette – Review & Swatches”