I have the gorgeous, and extremely affordable Revolution Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette in Velvet Rose to share with you today! It’s made up of 15 shades, featuring essential beiges and browns, multi-functional shimmery golds and burgundy hues. And the best news, it cost just £4!! You can get this on the Revolution website here, but make sure to check out the swatches first…Read More »
It’s been a long time since I’ve done a collective haul post. Normally I share individual brands/products separately but I have such a backlog of items to share with you that I thought I would lump them all together! I have items from Pretty Little Palettes, Barry M, Revolution Pro AND Nip + Fab to show you, so let’s crack on.Read More »
The Eyes Like Angels palette is the final one I needed to complete my collection of the Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow palettes! I didn’t think I would ever purchase this one because the colours are so bright and vibrant but now that I own it, I have no regrets! Read More »
It’s Christmas Eve and time for advent to end. I’ve been sharing the contents of the Essie Advent Calendar over on my Instagram stories every day during advent, but I thought I would do a more detailed review of it here! Obviously, this is no longer in stock, but I picked this up for £40 (RRP £50) in Superdrug, and annoyingly it was on sale for something ridiculous like £5 a couple of days ago! The price point is incredible regardless because, as you’ll see, you receive 7 full-size polishes including one fo the new Gel Couture shades, 13 minis and 4 nail care items. The full-size polishes alone come to a total of £60.89, so you’re definitely getting your monies worth! I’m going to keep this post relatively brief from now on as I have 24 items to get through…
The candles featured in these photos are from the Wilko Candle Advent Calendar which was just £8, and I much preferred it to the Yankee Candle one I had last year – I hope they do one next Christmas too!
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The only things I owned before now from Sleek were lip products and one eyeshadow palette. I’d seen people talking about the new highlighter palette, Distorted Dreams, and I really wanted to try it out for myself. It has 5 super-light luminescent shades, 3 creams and 2 powders, that would totally work for my pale skin (mostly)! Finding highlighters light enough to actually work as highlighters on me is always a struggle so to a find a palette where 80% of the shades would work for me is a dream! It was worth paying the £10.99 for it! I also think it would work really well on deeper skin tones too though. You can buy this at sleekmakeup.com, Superdrug and Boots. Read More »