Saturday, 26 April 2014

Wee Haul

I'm passionate about buying things I don't need with money I don't have, so earlier this week (along with a pending ASOS order) I was pleased as punch to call this little group of beauties my own :)

L-R: Seventeen Eye Eye Crayon in 'Molten Metal', Rimmel 60 Seconds Nail Polish in 'Sky High', Good Things Stay Clear Purifying Cleanser, Seventeen Miracle Matte Pressed Powder in 'Soft Beige', Rimmel Eyebrow Pencil in 'Dark Brown' and Rimmel Scandeleyes Shadow Stick in 'Beige Matte'.

I love eye crayons: I'm pretty lazy and I usually prioritise five more minutes in bed over actually bothering to make myself look like a girl in the morning, so the two beautiful eye products here are perfect for me! They have a good colour payoff too, so are definitely a worthwhile purchase. The only drawback with the Seventeen crayon is that it requires a sharpener (no twisting involved) and that I don't own one big enough :(((

I LOVE the Seventeen pressed powder, although I dropped it on my shelf and it's no longer pressed! I have particularly red, shiny skin so I have to use an opaque, beige powder with staying power, and this one ticks all the boxes - it also comes with a mirror which is always a plus on the go. 

Rimmel Match Perfection is my fave foundation of the moment, I'm just finishing off a bottle of Wake Me Up which *shoooooooooooock* I haven't loved (I find it a bit stodgy). But Match Perfection is lovely - it's very lightweight and leaves my skin feeling fresh and radiant. This is definitely a must have for lovers of a dewy finish. I'm a dewy cheek lover :)

AND... The Good Things Cleanser was yellow stickered in Tesco (it was £2 something!!!) because it had leaked a bit - yessss!
I love Good Things - the products are so kind to my skin and just do the job properly. The brand was created to only use 'good' ingredients too (hence the name), so is animal test free and is top news for sensitive skin.

As mini shopping trips go, I think I can label this one as a SUCCESS. 

Thanks all for now, see you on the flip!


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