I had a teeny tiny “accident” in Selfridges over the weekend and ended up buying a Tom Ford Lips & Boys lipstick. Because I obviously need more lipsticks in my life. You understand, right?
First up, it’s fair to say that Tom Ford is a luxury brand with a luxury price tag to match. £27 for a mini lipstick isn’t exactly bank balance friendly but there’s something undeniable chic about Tom Ford beauty products – you just feel like a pulled together grown up using them. Continue reading “BEAUTY REVIEW: TOM FORD LIPS & BOYS ‘ROBERTO’ LIPSTICK” →
MAC’s latest celebrity collaboration launched in the UK last week and I ordered one as a little birthday present to myself. Finally Free has been developed in collaboration with Caitlyn Jenner and shares the same charity principles as the Viva Glam lipsticks, with all of the RRP value (minus VAT) going directly to causes benefiting the transgender community in the UK.
‘Finally Free’ is described as a ‘mid-tone rosy nude’ and on me that’s definitely an accurate decision. I’d call it a ‘my lips but better’ shade, that’s got a slightly rosier hint than my natural lip colour making this a perfect everyday lip option. I feel like it’s a more flattering version of the 90’s nude, as it definitely leans more berry toned than brown on me. Continue reading “BEAUTY REVIEW: MAC X CAITLYN JENNER FINALLY FREE LIPSTICK” →
After realising I couldn’t squeeze anything else into the box I’ve been using to store my empties in since starting this blog I realised an empties post was well overdue.
So here’s a run down of some of my recent empties with my quick thoughts on each and links to any full reviews I have done… Continue reading “EMPTIES #1” →
Whilst I occasionally dabble with a drugstore foundation, for the past three or four years I’ve generally been more of a high end girl when it comes to the stuff I slap on my face. MAC, Dior, Armani and Estée Lauder have all held a spot on my foundations of choice list. So could I really end up liking a foundation that is priced at £3.79?? Continue reading “A DECENT FOUNDATION FOR LESS THAN £4?” →