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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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The Frosted Daze and Holly Daze sets cost $21 each from Lime Crime or £17 from UK Suppliers. They have three mini Velvetines shades with 1.7 ml each. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
Try us under the mistletoe and pucker up in the limited-edition mini Velvetines sets. Included are classic holiday hues – ranging from a festive pop of metallic finish along with 2 matte liquid lippies. The glittery ornament with window display adds the extra touch of holiday sparkle to come your way.
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The new limited edition Venus XS palettes cost $20 each from Lime Crime. They have 1.78g (definitely a typo on the Lime Crime website as that states 78g) of product and a 24-month shelf life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
‘Tis the season to introduce our limited-edition Holiday Venus XS mini-quad palettes. A glimmering array of greens, blues, and pinks; truth be told – you’ll want them all! Four all-new shades in two finishes – with the same ethereal consistency as the rest of the Venus family, the two buttery smooth matte shades are effortlessly pigmented while two lush shimmers brilliantly shine. Each showstopping glitter-trimmed palette features a radiantly glowing monochromatic color story, they’re all magically divine!
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The Blazin’ Holiday Lip Set costs $21 from Lime Crime or £17 from UK suppliers. Each set contains 3 mini Lip Blazes with 1.7 ml each. They’re vegan and cruelty-free.
Our mini limited-edition Lip Blaze has everyone jingling around – feeling real good with a real universal shade range. Get a naked lip look and feel with our buttery, high-drating formula infused with top-shelf cannabis sativa seed oil.
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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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