Beauty/Skincare Haul

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I was going to record a video to talk about these lovely purchases but, since that would involve putting on makeup and getting changed into respectable clothing on this lazy Sunday in which, I have been reflecting upon bad, drunken decisions of the recent Friday… I have decided against that idea. So now, instead, I am writing a blog post (obviously!).

I purchased all of these items in the past week, from Superdrug or Boots.

  • Nivea daily essentials 2 in 1 cleanser and toner (Boots)

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I purchased this as I hadn’t used or had a cleanser before, nor had i used a toner. I decided it was time to start a skincare routine and I had heard about about a lot of cleansers but they were expensive. So, as Nivea is a trusty brand, i thought i would give this a go. I have tried it once and I do like it, it removes make up and feels soft on my skin, I can’t give a full review though as I don’t really have anything to compare it too. it’s cheaply priced at £3.59 but it is good quality.

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  •  Nivea daily essentials exfoliating scrub (Boots)

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I bought this for the same reason as i did the cleanser and toner. I haven’t tried out this product as of yet but i’m sure it’ll do what it says on the packaging. This exfoliating scrub is a bit more than the cleanser and toner, priced at £3.99.

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  • Cosmetic oval pads (Boots)

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The cosmetic pads will come in useful to remove the cleanser/toner from my face and to remove make up. I have forgotten how much these were and I can’t find them on the boots website, I’m sure you can find these in store or similar versions from elsewhere.

  • Real Techniques Stippling Brush (Boots)

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I finally bought a real techniques stippling brush, I have heard so many rave reviews about these brushes. I had been using my trusty flat foundation brush by a brand i’d never heard of to apply my foundation but it had been getting a bit old… since i’ve been using this, i’ve noticed I have been using less foundation and it has a more natural look when applied to my skin. I really, really love this brush, it’s so soft and makes applying make up a lot easier. Real techniques brushes are all  reasonably priced and affordable and this stippling brush is priced at £11.99.

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  • Maybelline eyestudio lasting drama gel eyeliner (Superdrug)

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I sadly ran out of liquid eyeliner at the weekend and my eyeliner pen had half dried out so, it was time to purchase a new eyeliner. I know this isn’t a new release but I had heard good reviews about it in the past and as it was on offer, it was the first eyeliner i laid eyes on, so I picked it up. The colour i bought was the usual, 01 intense black. I have already briefly tried out this eyeliner and it seems to be really good, I used the eyeliner brush it came with and it applied smoothly to my eyelid, the colour looked bold and stood out. The offer price for this product was £4.99.

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  • Collection 2000 lasting perfection concealer (Superdrug)  

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As with the gel eyeliner I had heard a lot of good reviews about the collection 2000 concealer. I bought it in shade number 2, light. Admittedly I didn’t need another concealer but I couldn’t stop myself from buying this when I saw it. I agree with the good reviews of this product, it covers many blemishes and the shade luckily fits my skin tone quite perfectly. The pricing for this product is cheap for the results of the product but i’m not complaining as it is a very affordable £4.19

Unfortunately i cannot seem to find this product on superdrug’s website.

  • Rimmel Apocalips lip lacquer (Superdrug)

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Last but definitely not least, since these lip lacquers have been released i’ve again, heard many reviews raving about these lip products. I purchased the shade 301 galaxy, it is a deep pink, plum shade that’s not too over powering. I love the texture of this product, it looks like a glossy lipstick but applies like a lipgloss,i guess it is better described as a glossy lip creme. I can definitely see myself purchasing more of these as the price is amazing, only £5.99!

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I hope you enjoyed this post, sorry i forgot to include swatches but, if i have time tomorrow, I will update this post, I would update it now but since there is not natural lighting, the pictures wouldn’t look too great and the flash will wash out the colour.

xx

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Velvet dress

Velvet dress
I really really want this dress.
I was looking on missguided.co.uk yesterday when i came across this.
The dress is velvet; i am in love with velvet but i couldn’t seem to find any nice dresses/skirts… until now.
This dress comes in two colours, Burgundy and Black. I prefer the Burgundy as i think it brings out the glisten and texture of the fabric more so but i do love the black version of the dress too.
Unfortunately, the dress is sold old in nearly all of the sizes in burgundy, no surprise as it is in my opinion, very reasonably priced at £18.99.
I’m anxiously hoping that the dress will be back in stock soon.
I have also added a pair of shoe boots from missguided to this look, i think that they would go really well with both dresses. The shoes are £35.99, i am also wishing to purchase these too.

Velvet dress
$30 – missguided.co.uk

Dress
$16 – missguided.co.uk

Lace up boots
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