Monday, 24 May 2010

Nails Inc.

Hello Lovelys,
Thought I would write a quick post for you :). A couple of weeks ago I took advantage of the Diet coke/ nail polish promotion, I walked out of Boots, proud as punch, with these two polishes...

* Paris, London*
Paris is a plum colour, not the most original colour but I don't have anything similar. The consistency is thin, but not impossible to work with although this was the worst of the two.

London is a taupe/ beige colour. Of all four this is defiantly the most unique, but again the consistency is thin. One thing I have add is that I found this polish chipped terribly :(.
But I cant really complain, when there free!
Hope everyone is enjoying the weather? I know I am, but some of use not so much ^^, bless :).

Lots of Love
Jess x

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

To the beach I go...

..I wish.

I'm really pleased with everything I got in my latest haul.

The one item i was most happy about was the lipstick, I got it in the colour 'Lazy Day', which is a light pink with a subtle hint of grey, it sounds disgusting but I really like it. Its a Lustre finish so its sheer but very build able, Oh and did I forget to mention the packaging is adorable!

*'Lazy Day' with flash*

The last item I got from the collection where the 'Lustre Drops in Pink rebel', its a multi-purpose product to add shimmer to any liquid product. Pink rebel is a peachy/ pink with gold shimmer.

This is what I think of as one of the 'cult' Mac products, Underage lipglass. It is a milky, soft pink with minimal shimmer. Its a lipglass, so its pretty sticky in texture but lasts a while on the lips.

Bare Study Paint Pot, is a creamy, shimmery, champagne eye base. I find this product works far better than UDPP, I've actual worn this by its self for the past few days and it is a quick and easy way to add a splash of colour.

*Swatches: Pink Rebel, Lazy Day, Underage and Bare Study*

Did you get anything from the latest collection?

Jess x

Friday, 7 May 2010

Grubby little mitts

Remeber me?

I see a pattern emerging lately all recent posts starts with 'sorry its been a while'.

But now my art exam is done, yay! But i have a whole month ahead of me jam packed with exams :(.

Anyways this is a quick review post.

Iv used fake tan, mostly St. Moritz for a while. Iv tried to find the perfect way to apply it, first it was bare hands, the a rubber glove, then a *hangs head in shame* a sock :) and now the Soltan Self tan Mit.

The mitt it self has a velvet finish, and is coated in plastic on the back (in the picture) which stops the mitt moving when, applying the fake tan. I find that when I use the mitt is applys the fake tan evenly and buffs it in. This mitt costs around £2-3, I was talking to a shop assistant in boots told me it was there best seller, far better that the St. Tropez Mitt which is made from a towel material.

Do you have any requests for posts? Has any one else tried the St. Tropez mitt?


Jess x

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