Sunday, 28 September 2014

Topshop Barefoot

Topshop have some of the best nail polishes on the high street but they have never really been talked about in the blogging world. One of my favourite shades is barefoot which is the perfect mink pink and would look amazing on darker toned people.

This colour is hardly noticeable from far away but when up close it's a very pretty rose pink. Whenever I'm in a rush when painting  my nails this is the colour I always reach for as it dries super quickly and goes with any outfit (so no panicking five minutes before you have to leave!)  It has a very sophisticated look when on the nails and would give a modern twist to the classic french manicure. This polish lasted just under a week with no chipping which is great for a high street brand. For £5 a bottle you can't really go wrong, they're a bargain!

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Have you tried topshop nail polish?

Would you wear this colour?

Sunday, 14 September 2014

The Body Shop Camomile Silky Cleansing Oil

I have had this product tucked away for quite some time now and only until recently have I started using it (religiously!) My waterproof makeup finally gave up on cotton pads and face wipes so I resorted to this oil based makeup remover.

The Body Shop Camomile Oil (£10) is a makeup remover that you apply to dry skin and massage in to remove any impurities, while leaving your skin feeling silky soft. Body Shop claim that it's suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin and for even contact lens wearers.

After using a pump sized amount, I rub it into my skin with circular motions while it effortlessly gets rid of ALL my makeup and grime. Then I take a damp face cloth to remove, it never feels oily or greasy either. This whole process takes no time at all! If there is any excess makeup (there never usually is) I would follow up with The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-up remover. The oil is formulated with fair trade camomile which smooths and calms the skin so it's not aggravated in the slightest. This £10 bargin remover feels a lot more luxurious than it actually is.

All in all this is a cleansing oil worth getting! I definitely highly recommend you go and pick a bottle up to get an effortless night routine.

Have you tried this cleansing oil?

Sunday, 7 September 2014

Worth The Hype - Supercat Eyeliner

Over the past few days I have been reminiscing over my old blog posts and realized that it had been over a year since the last 'Worth The Hype' was posted so I decided to raid my makeup collection and picked out the ever so hyped about Soap & Glory Eyeliner. 

When first using this eyeliner I found it really hard to use as the nib was a lot thicker than any previous eyeliners I have tried, but once I had gotten the hang of it, I absolutely adored it!  When applied it instantly was already jet black and draws on very smooth - if held at the right angle. It seems to be able to get into my eyelashes so there are no visable gaps. However as I am blessed with oily skin AND hooded eyes, the eyeliner transfers onto my top eyelids very easily even if I use a primer or set the liner with eyeshadow. Putting the negative points to the side, the staying power incredible and is super easy to remove so no tugging at the eye is needed! This eyeliner is also very effortless to create the perfect cat eye in just a matter of seconds.

 Is this worth the hype? 
Definitely, at only £6 it's great value for money, once you get used to it you will never go back! I've even bought a back up, that's how much I love it.

You can find my latest worth the hype here.

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Have you tried this eyeliner?
What's your thoughts?