Saturday, 31 March 2012

Shoe Lust

I love a good pair of shoes. Or six.
Here are my pick of the most lustworthy shoes currently available on Sarenza. Now I just need to come into a large amount of money.

Kenzo Akina, £297.50
How beautiful and summery are these!? Sadly way beyond my budget but nice to look at nonetheless! I'd love to wear these with a floaty summer dress, and a barbecue with plenty of cider in the park.

Clarks Scent Trail bronze and gold
Clarks Scent Trail, £54.99
These bronze and gold beauties from Clarks are a bit close to my price range and would be perfect teamed with denim shorts and an oversized t-shirt. Ooooh shiny...

Fornarina Demy multicolor
Fornarina Demy, £118.70
These are so pretty it hurts! Everything about them is perfect. I need them. 

Dockers Eda brown
Dockers Eda, £42.50
Pretty and practical (because I'm nothing if not practical...!), these are casual footwear at its finest.
Any shoe lust going on for you lovely ladies at the moment?

xo

Friday, 30 March 2012

Blusher Collection

My nail polish collection post was one of the most popular posts I've ever done in terms of views, so I thought I'd do a few more of these posts; today, we have blusher. I'm afraid my blusher collection is nowhere near as extensive as my nail polish, I only actually started using blusher about a year ago, but these are what I have. Let me know if there's anything else you'd like to see collection posts on!

This is the first blusher I ever purchased, cheap and cheerful. I never really read much about Miss Sporty but I have a few things from the line and I've always been happy with the quality. This gives a lovely natural flush.

Revlon Matte Powder Blush 001 'Rose Rapture'
I bought this from a blog sale although I forget whose now. It's now nearly empty as you can see, definitely my most used blusher. I really like the little pop-out mirror which makes it handy for applying on the go. I love the shade but can't find it on the Boots or Superdrug websites, I fear it may have been discontinued.

MUA Shade 2
This shade from MUA is really pigmented, you only need the tiniest sweep of a brush or you will very easily end up looking like a sunburnt clown. I think this'll look better with a bit of a tan, it's a bit bright for me at the moment with my pale pale skin.

NARS Deep Throat
My first (and only!) NARS purchase. I am in LOVE with this, it's such a wearable shade, really subtle but really pretty. Yes it's expensive but I honestly feel it's worth it for the quality you get.


ELF 'Innocence'
This ELF blusher is a lovely pale pink, great with my pale skin and perfect for the slightest flush of colour. It's fairly buildable if you want a bit more colour but I think you'd struggle to go over-the-top with it!

1: Miss Sporty, 2: Revlon, 3: MUA, 4: NARS, 5: ELF.
And that is the extent of my blusher collection so far! I really want to try some of the TopShop cream blushers, I've heard good things about them, but the TopShop near me stocks a poor range of make-up (consisting, last time I checked, of two shades of nail polish and not much else).
What's your all-time favourite blusher?

xo

Thursday, 29 March 2012

Review | Percy & Reed Quite Frankly Flawless Finishing Polish

This product was a free gift with the most recent issue of Glamour, with a choice of four products - Splendidly Silky Moisturising Shampoo and ConditionerQuite Frankly Flawless Finishing Polish, or Totally TLC Hydrating Mask. Having heard poor reviews on the Mask (another reason I love blogging!) and being happy with the shampoo and conditioner I'm using at the moment, I went for the Finishing Polish. The sample tube provided was a generous 100ml, nicely presented in a cream-coloured squeezy plastic tube with a screw-off lid. Interestingly, this retails on the Percy & Reed website at £4 for what is described as a "50ml Trial Size". Stockists of Percy & Reed products include SpaceNK, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, and it can also be bought online at ASOS and Beauty Bay. The only place I can see the Finishing Balm is the Percy & Reed website itself, however. I did notice that there is not only a dry shampoo but also a dry conditioner, which I'm interested in trying. I may end up making a cheeky purchase once the old student loan comes through and I can afford to eat and pay my rent once more. (Dead links removed, apologies for any inconvenience caused.)


I've read a couple of reviews by people who thought the packaging looked cheap but personally I really like it - it's classy and simplistic, obviously this is a personal preference matter but I find it looks nice on my dressing table!
The instructions on the back of the tube recommend that you "Use a pea-sized amount on hair to smooth, control or groom unruly hair. Use a little more to add definition and hold."


Here is my roughly pea-sized amount. Now, I have a lot of hair (past my bra strap and quite thick) and this made it greasy. The next time I used it, I went for about half this much, rubbed it into my palms as if it was a hand cream, then ran my hands through the mid-lengths to ends of my hair. This removed most of the product so that I could just run them gently over the top of my hair to smooth flyaways without making it greasy. I find that this way, it works really well for me. Less really is more with this product - you can always add a bit more if you want to but unless you're a fan of the greasy look, use sparingly. It's also quite strongly fragranced so you end up with very scented hair if you're not careful! Below are my before/after shots, before on the left. You can see my hair is smoother afterwards. You can also see my confused morning face for which I can only apologise.


And would I repurchase? At £8 for 100ml, I think this is pretty average in price for this kind of product, and since a little goes a very long way, I feel it's good value. So, yes, I would repurchase!
Did you ladies get any Percy & Reed goodies with Glamour? How did you get on?

xo
(Disclaimer: This product was a free gift with a magazine. As always, my opinions are honest.)

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Review | Tresemmé Salon Sleek Straightening Spray

I seem to be doing a lot of reviewing lately, I guess that's because I've been using a lot of products I love and want to share! Today I'll be looking at Tresemmé's Salon Sleek Straightening Spray, which claims to have a "smooth memory frizz controller" and boasts the latest big thing in haircare; Argan Oil.


This retails at £4.99 for 250ml, and the according to the instructions is to be sprayed liberally onto damp, towel-dried hair before combing through and drying/styling as usual. Obviously they tell you to use Tresemmé shampoo and conditioner as well, they would wouldn't they? But I don't and I really don't think it'll affect things!
I basically follow the instructions with this, spraying seven or eight pumps evenly through my damp hair, both the roots and the ends, before drying as usual. I don't tend to straighten my hair much anymore (I don't really need to now my layers have grown out), instead just blow-drying it straightish and leaving it at that. Using this before drying my hair has made a massive difference for me though. I always get a lot of flyaways on the top of my hair and this does a great job of smoothing them out and making my hair look shiny and healthy - no mean feat when you consider it's full of split ends and in desperate need of a trim, which I'm avoiding due to my crippling phobia of hairdressers. Anyway, I digress.
This has a pleasant smell, one I associate with Tresemmé products, and I don't find it makes my hair greasier or anything like that. The effects don't last all day alone but used with my Percy & Reed Finishing Polish my hair is sleek and smooth all day long! I'll probably repurchase this once it runs out.


xo

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Review: Marshmallow Blends Honey & Almond Cake Body Butter

As you'll know by now, I am a massive fan of Marshmallow Blends products, made by the lovely Nicoletta. My most recent order included the delicious-sounding Honey & Almond Cake Body Butter, which I've been promising to review for some time now. Finally I've got my act together so here we go!
Marshmallow Blends Body Butters are available in a range of fragrances, retailing at £5.99 for a medium-sized tub.

The first thing you notice on opening the screw top on the clear plastic tub is the gorgeous smell - a luxurious honey scent which is strong enough to last all day on the skin. I genuinely can't stop sniffing myself when I've used this, much to my boyfriend's amusement. "My arms smell nice!" doesn't seem to be suitable reason to sniff oneself in public, more's the pity as I do it anyway.
A little goes a long way with this product due to the whipped texture. I find it takes a few minutes to soak into the skin but leaves you feeling beautifully moisturised, and I don't mind hanging around in my underwear for five minutes when I smell this good! You can just about see on the right of my arm here how it's slightly shiny.

At £5.99, it's a little more than I'd usually spend on a body butter (I'm a huge fan of Superdrug's Vitamin E range) but it's worth it for me as it does feel like a little bit of luxury, especially on freshly shaved legs. I've really enjoyed using this product and will be repurchasing.
You can read my previous posts on Marshmallow Blends here and I really do recommend making an order - you won't regret it!

xo

Monday, 26 March 2012

Online Shop: Derhy

Derhy are a French clothing label whose Spring-Summer 2012 Lookbook made me fall in lust with the majority of their pieces. Not only are their clothes beautiful but the styling made me spend about five minutes looking at each page, taking in every little detail - and that's really not like me!
"This season, the Derhy woman strikes a graceful, feminine stance with a wardrobe inspired by the 1950s as well as the chicest folk spirit. Bold prints are graced by birds and feathers, and white lace, fearless colours and geometrical forms pop up on refined fabrics. Derhy's Spring-Summer 2012 Collection seduces by its audacious simplicity."
Doesn't it sound wonderful!? Here are a few of my favourites.

 Pekin€100.

 
Aile116.

 
Palmipede€108.

 
Phono143.

 
Palichon100.

 
Abstract, €157.

 
Abscisse€170.
What do you think girls? Which is your favourite? I love Abscisse, it'd be perfect for a summer wedding!

xo

Sunday, 25 March 2012

Bands I'd Love To See

Another Sunday Lists post, this clearly is not becoming the regular feature I intended it to due to my horrifically bad memory. OH WELL. This week I've got a list of bands/singers I'd love to see live (heavily abridged version since the actual list is probably endless).

1. Placebo.
 2. Marilyn Manson. It'd be an experience if nothing else!
3. Katy Perry. I've heard she's terrible live but that doesn't stop me being a little bit in love with her.
4. Bruce Springsteen. This will happen in June with my mum. Yay!!!
5. Adele.
6. Blue October.
7. My Chemical Romance.
 

8. Paramore.
 
9. Avenged Sevenfold.
10. Status Quo.
11. Panic! At The Disco.
12. Stone Sour.
13. Madness.
 
14. Busted. (If they ever do a reunion tour, I AM THERE.)
15. Forever The Sickest Kids.

Have you ever seen any of these bands/singers live? Who's on your wish list?
Are there any lists you'd like to see in this occasional feature?

xo

Saturday, 24 March 2012

A Few To Follow

The whole GFC fiasco has been an inconvenience as I'm sure we can all agree, but the silver lining is the number of new blogs I've found through signing up to Bloglovin', Hello Cotton and so on. I've come across some really fantastic blogs in the past few weeks and wanted to share a few of my favourite new reads.

Lola In The Lounge is actually a blog I discovered when Millie commented on one of my posts but I've had a good read through her previous posts and really enjoyed her blog. She has a lovely mix of beauty and make-up posts and reviews, and is currently holding a MAC lipstick giveaway!
Me 

Island Girl Insights is run by the lovely Rachael and has a range of posts on everything from fashion to beauty to everyday life - my favourite kind of blog! She's also a Harry Potter fan which is always a plus for me! I really recommend checking her out.
 

Little Swirl's Nifty Notes is run by a make-up student and has amazing posts with in-depth information about make-up products, techniques, tutorials.. Everything you could hope to know about make-up! I've found it really interesting to read, and also very helpful.
My Photo 

Any blogs you've found lately and think I should check out? Leave links below, I'm always after something new to read and something else to distract me from my dissertation!

xo

Friday, 23 March 2012

Review: No7 Shine Free Primer

I have a few No7 vouchers floating around so I popped into Boots whilst I was in town the other day and this caught my eye; I'd been looking out for a new primer since my L'Oreal Studio Secrets one isn't great. Retailing at £11 for 40ml, I picked this up for £6 using my voucher.


So, is it any good?
I like the packaging, it's simple and looks clean, with a screw cap which is easy to remove, and a small nozzle for easy control of the amount of product you squeeze out. The first thing I noticed when I opened the packaging was the smell - I'm not joking when I say it smells exactly like PVA glue. Shut your eyes and it's like being back at Primary School.


A little goes a long way with this product - this much is plenty to cover my nose, chin and the few large pores I have on my cheeks, and a similar amount covers my forehead, so it'd last ages. Once it's rubbed into my skin, it looks and feels smooth and velvety, with pores being less noticeable. The packaging says it can be worn alone or under foundation, but I wouldn't like to wear it alone because I find it makes my skin look white. Up til here, apart from the smell, I like this product. Then I try to put my foundation on. I say try, because it really is a struggle - no matter how much I buff it in, I can't get a nice finish. It feels like you're moving the foundation around on the skin rather than buffing it in properly, even when using the tiniest amount. I've trialled this for about a week now, applying foundation with my brush as usual, sponge, even with my fingers, and still I'm not happy.
Alone, Shine Free doesn't work to stop shine for me, either, although I do have a very oily T zone; if you have less oily skin it may work for you. Finished with powder over my foundation, I can last longer without having to touch up but still I wouldn't say it "stops shine" as the packaging claims. I've also noticed since I started using this that I've had more blocked pores than usual, despite being sure to remove it properly in the evenings and still using my exfoliator and face masks as usual. I understand this is a risk with any primer but I've not found it to be a problem with any others I've tried. My other gripe (yes, another) is that the tube looks a decent size, but hold it up to the light and you'll notice it's half empty!

My scary shiny face after about
five hours' wear.
Overall, I'm not happy with this product. I won't be repurchasing and the hunt for my perfect primer continues!
Have any of you ladies used this primer? Did you fare any better than I did?

xo

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Caramel Brownies

I made these late on Saturday night and spent Sunday practically inhaling them. They're sticky and crumbly and entirely impractical to eat, but delicious and definitely worth the mess! I used this recipe but translated all the measurements into English as I don't own measuring cups and what the hell is a stick of butter!? I also left out the pecans, as no-one in our house likes nuts, and the drizzle on top  because I'd eaten the rest of the chocolate by the time the caramel set.

 
Ingredients:
For the brownies:
100g Plain flour
30g Cocoa powder
1/4tsp Salt
170g Butter
120g Dark chocolate
4 Medium eggs
165g Soft brown sugar
200g Granulated sugar
1/2tsp Vanilla Essence
For the caramel:
200g Granulated sugar
1/4tsp Lemon juice
50ml Water
120ml Double cream
45g Butter
1/4tsp Salt
1/2tsp Vanilla Essence

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C. Line a 9 x 13" baking tin with baking parchment.
2. Sieve flour, cocoa and salt into a medium bowl.
3. Melt the chocolate and butter until smooth. You can do this the proper way, or the lazy way in the microwave like me.
4. Whisk the eggs in a large bowl. Add the sugars, beat until combined, then stir in the melted chocolate mixture and the vanilla.
5. Fold in the flour mixture until just combined. Transfer to the baking tin and bake in the centre of the oven for 20-22 minutes, or until a knife comes out with just a few crumbs clinging to it.
6. Whilst the brownies are baking, make your caramel. Start by adding the sugar, lemon and water to a heavy-bottomed pan.
7. Bring to a gentle boil for 8-10 minutes, swirling the pan regularly so the caramel doesn't burn. It's done when it's a medium amber colour.
8. Remove from the heat and slowly pour in the double cream. Be careful as it can spit! Stir gently until it's all mixed in.
9. Gradually add in the butter, stirring until melted.
10. Whisk in salt and vanilla, then pour over brownie. Spread out with a spatula if necessary.

I ended up leaving mine in the fridge overnight to set before cutting it up with a knife run under hot water. I've cut the water in the caramel here because mine was a bit too runny..
Now share them or you'll make yourselves ill!


Borrowed image (click for source) - mine don't look this good!
xo

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

This Is Getting Ridiculous: The "Vanity Sizing" Debate

 

I was passing Dorothy Perkins the other day and noticed they had a sale on. I popped in to have a look and the only thing that caught my eye was this top, reduced from £22 to £10. "I'll have that", I thought. I grabbed a Size 10 and headed to the changing room to try it on. Now, usually, I'm a 10 or a 12 in tops, but I couldn't see a 12 so I went for the 10 and crossed my fingers. It gaped. I mean literally, gaped. It was enormous. Somewhat confused, I stuck my head out of my changing room and asked the assistant if she'd mind swapping it for an 8, which she kindly did. Even the 8 was too big! I'm not being funny but there is no way I am smaller than a size 8. And since they didn't have a size 6, they missed out on a sale. (Coincidentally the only size in stock on the website is a 6, but I got so angry I'm refusing to order it, on principle. I AM NOT A SIZE SIX.)
Is it just me that thinks the whole vanity sizing thing has gone too far? I'm a fairly average size so I can afford to go down a size or even two, but if you're small to start with, what then!? When shops start stocking size 2s, no doubt there'll be a national outcry about encouraging eating disorders, blah blah blah, and suddenly no-one will be quite so happy about "squeezing into a 10". Life would be so much easier if, as a size 10, I could pick up a 10 and it would actually be a 10 rather than, apparently, a 16. RAGE.
Anyone else had similar problems?

xo

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Tagged: Hummingbird and the Rose

Lucie of The Hummingbird and the Rose has tagged me in this eleven questions tag once again. I liked doing this last time as it lets readers get to know bloggers a bit better, so here goes!

What is your favourite foundation?
I wish I could give a better answer to this, but I'm yet to find a foundation that I actually love. I'm currently using L'Oreal Matte Morphose and it's okay but not amazing.

Which blog do you read the most?
There's a few that I check pretty regularly, but I always look at How Sweet It Is, Cupcakes & Cosmetics, My Lemonade Lifestyle, LOTS, The Fantastic Adventures of Me, and Vivatramp.

What mascara is your favourite?
Currently I'm loving Thick &Fast by Soap & Glory. I don't have any particular mascara loyalty though, I tend to just buy whatever's on offer!

Favourite singer/band?
An easy one.. McFly, a thousand times over. Honourable mentions should probably go to Simple Plan, Amy MacDonald, Imelda May, Hawthorne Heights and Go:Audio. I also love a lot of older music - Meat Loaf, Status Quo, Bruce Springsteen... I love music.

What is your staple wardrobe piece?
At the moment, embarrassingly, it seems to be my trackies! When I'm actually leaving the house, though, I'd have to say my aubergine jeans from Republic. They seem to go with everything and they're a bit less boring than just plain black skinny jeans.

Most disappointing beauty buy?
I don't think I've ever had a hugely disappointing beauty buy, but I'm not keen on Models Own polishes. There, I said it. They don't last ten minutes on me, I know I'm bad with chipping nail polish but that's a little ridiculous even by my standards!

Favourite all time beauty product?
Not sure whether this question means generically speaking (in which case, eyeliner) or specifically (which makes it a bit harder, I'll have to say Collection 2000 Eyeliner pencils).

Top beauty tip?
Oooh. Everyone says it but making sure you're healthy on the inside really reflects on the outside - eating properly, drinking plenty of water, getting enough sleep and exercising regularly. It honestly does make you look so much better!

Favourite high street store?
H&M. I find it amazing for reasonably priced basics.

Favourite designer?
Again, not sure what this question is referring to.. Assuming fashion designers, I'm really not a fan of high fashion. It's not something I keep up with so I'm not sure I can answer this question really. Sorry Lucie!

Least favourite fashion trend?
I don't think I have a least favourite trend as such, but I don't like it when people mindlessly follow trends without considering what suits them. If you're uncomfortable in what you're wearing, it just won't look good.

And now my eleven questions:
Everyone has one, so what's your beauty routine thing you skip when you know you shouldn't? (Mine is cleaning my makeup brushes regularly... gross I know!)
What's your go-to eyeshadow colour?
What jewellery do you wear every day?
What's your favourite make-up product? (Be specific!)
What does your ideal evening in involve?
What's your guilty pleasure song, the cheesier better?
What's the worst beauty mistake you've ever made?
What's your favourite perfume?
If you had an unlimited beauty budget, what product(s) would you buy?
What's your favourite budget beauty item?
What's your favourite kind of blog post to write, and to read on other blogs?

According to the rules, I'm meant to tag eleven bloggers to complete the questions. Let's see how many I can come up with... Sorry for re-tagging people from last time!
..And I can't think of anyone else, sorry! If you'd like to answer the questions, go ahead and let me know in the comments below!

Hope everyone enjoyed reading these :)

xo

Monday, 19 March 2012

Sitting Pretty Rings

As I mentioned the other day, I recently placed a wee order with Claire at the Sitting Pretty shop, and recommend that you all check out her beautiful jewellery! These rings are £4 each.

Aren't they lovely!?

xo

Sunday, 18 March 2012

NOTD: Mermaids Will Fly!

In Bodycare the other day picking up some essentials, I was drawn (as I always am) to the nail polish, and convinced myself that just one couldn't hurt.. And so I brought home this beauty; 'Mermaid' by Technic, which set me back all of 99p.

It's a blue glitter in a clear base, which flashes green when it catches the light. Here I've used it as an accent nail over 'Fly' from the OPI Nicki Minaj collection - two coats of 'Fly' and three of 'Mermaid'.


For the price I can't complain but I just wish there was a bit more glitter in this.. It's spread so thinly that it's difficult to get it even and even with three coats it's still really subtle - you'd struggle to build it up properly without having nails an inch thick! Aside from that, it went on nicely and dried reasonably quickly, and it does look pretty so I'm happy.

xo

Saturday, 17 March 2012

Nail Polish Collection

I've acquired quite a lot of nail polish recently, and realised that a lot of my old favourites are being neglected. In an effort to remind myself how much I used to love them, I thought I'd do a nail polish collection post. If you'd like to see swatches or a NOTD featuring any of these, let me know in the comments below and I'll do my best!

Greens and Blues
Top L-R: OPI Nicki Minaj 'Fly', No7 Stay Perfect 'Totally Teal', NFU.Oh 122, Technic 'Mermaid', Barry M 291 'Cobalt Blue'
Bottom L-R: ELF 'Mint Cream', Models Own 'Green Grass', OPI Nicki Minaj 'Did It On 'Em', Miss Sporty Clubbing Colours 28, No7 Stay Perfect 'Betty Blues'

Purples and Reds
Top L-R: Models Own 'Lilac Dream', NFU.Oh 84 'Globetrotter', No7 Stay Perfect 'Temptress', M&S Mini (unnamed)
Middle L-R: Models Own 'Cherry Pie', Barry M 161, Ciate 'Wait Until Dark', Models Own 'Lilac Fantasy', NFU.Oh 553 'Enfu-sion'
Bottom L-R: Eyeko 'Lilac', Models Own 'Red Red Wine', ELF 'Red Velvet', M&S Mini (unnamed), 17 Lasting Fix 'Woo Me', Rimmel 319 'Ruby Me'

Pinks and Nudes

Top L-R: Barry M 273 'Raspberry', No 7 Stay Perfect 'Milan', M&S Mini (unnamed), Models Own 'Peach Puff', Nails Inc 'Basil Street', Jessica Custom Nails (unnamed)
Middle L-R: Barry M 272 'Shocking Pink', Models Own 'Buff Pink', No7 Stay Perfect 'Pink Grapefruit', Barry M 309 'Strawberry Ice Cream', Rimmel  402 'Urban Purple', Missguided 'Misschievous'
Bottom L-R: ELF 'Berry Pink', MUA 3, NFU.Oh 49 'Storm In A Teacup', No7 Stay Perfect 'Rose Truffle', M&S Mini (unnamed), OPI Nicki Minaj 'Pink Friday'

Randoms
Top L-R: OPI Nicki Minaj 'Metallic 4 Life', Eyeko 'Vampira', Models Own 'Smash Up Pink', Missguided 'Missfit', Models Own Nail Art Pen, Barry M 311 'Black Nail Effects'
Bottom L-R: ELF 'Matte Finisher', Models Own '3 in 1 Base Coat Top Goat & Gloss', 17 Nail Xtras 'Top Coat', 17 Nail Xtras 'Strengthening Base Coat'

And that's them all. See, there's not that many, really..! If any of you ladies have done a similar post, link me up, I'd love to see! Would anyone be interested in a similar post for other products - blushers or eyeshadows or anything? Let me know!

xo

Friday, 16 March 2012

NARS Deep Throat Blusher

Behold: my first-ever NARS purchase, the Deep Throat blusher for the bargainous (ish) price of £15.50 via BuyaPowa. This is still approximately double what I've ever spent on a single blusher in my life up until this point, but I figured I was never going to see it cheaper and, what the hell, you only live once!
It is pretty, I'll give them that. From the sleek, minimalist packaging to the gorgeous, pigmented powder blush, you can tell it's high quality. I've heard a couple of complaints about the packaging marking easily due to its rubberised finish, but we'll see how I go. (Excuse the photo spam.)


According to their website, "NARS is the beauty brand for the modern, independent woman. Sophisticated, witty and effortlessly chic, NARS embraces individuality, providing the vivid colour and luxurious texture women need to express personal visions of beauty." Which sounds pretty good too! The blusher claims to impart a "natural, healthy glow for any skin tone" and be "made with transparent pigments to avoid heaviness" - again, sounds good to me. I can't wait to see how it looks on my skin!
Did anyone else take advantage of NARS on BuyaPowa? What's your best BuyaPowa bargain?

ALSO - There are now FIVE spare places at the Beauty Bloggers Afternoon Tea which is being held at Meadowhall, Sheffield, on Saturday April 14th. If you're interested, check out Lizzie's post or contact her on Twitter! It looks like it's going to be great fun so if you'd like to attend get in touch.

xo
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