Monday, 27 February 2012

Liz Earle - Foot spritzer

Sorry everyone! Long time no speak!
I have been so busy this past week and just haven't had a second to do a post, my question to other bloggers. How do you do A-levels and manage to keep up with posts!?
Anyway, back to the point.


This is a light spray that is scented with the usual 'liz earle herby smell'
It sprays and feels very cold on your feet, I love this feeling.


This product is my favourite thing EVER when you've come in from a night out
wearing killer heals and your pretty sure your feet might
fall off, spray this and oh..my..god. Your feet will die and go
to heaven.

I would say that this product doesn't really make any difference apart from 
just making your feet feel amazing after they have been squashed by painful shoes.

I would 100% buy this again!




Saturday, 18 February 2012

Estee Lauder Vanilla Truffle


I featured this in a favourites post a while ago.
The packaging of this is so b-e-a-utiful





The colour is a nude but contains just the right amount of pink so it doesn't make you look like
your dead.

The formulation isn't glossy but its very creamy and moisturising.

I found it didn't last very long on my lips though which is a bummer but 
its a easily lipstick to reapply.




I really want to get some more Estee Lauder lipsticks but they are 

Can anyone recommend other colours?

Friday, 17 February 2012

Liz Earle Foot Moisturiser


This is the moisturiser that followers the scrub I posted about last time.



Its a long tube with a pump, I find it quite awkward to get some product out, 
you have to do a strange squeeze and pump motion.


I use about 3-4 pumps per foot,
Its got a very thick consistency which is really nice as obviously your feet
do get dry,


It contains yummy ingredients which leave you skin feeling 
so soft and create that well know scent. (Avocado, wheatgerm oils and shea butter with essential oils
Peppermint, Rosemary, Patchoili and Eucalyptus)

Using this after the scrub leaves your feet feeling SO soft.

I would recommend this to everyone!


Thursday, 16 February 2012

Clinique Superbalanced powder



I have tried many setting powders and this one has been my favourite for a long time now.
(I'm not a fan at all of the MAC powders)



It gives your face a little extra coverage but not very much, its perfect to wear on top of 
your daily foundation.


This powder makes my foundation last ALL day, and I have oily skin. 
However I do think that this powder could be used if you had dry skin as its not drying at all.


The packaging is really cute but it gets dirty very quickly. 
I've had this powder for about 6 months now, I use it every single day and I still
haven't ran out of it.

Its quite expensive but it has lasted me such a long time, I will 100% buy this again.


Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Liz Earle - Foot Scrub


I got this scrub a while ago and like all of Liz Earle's products, its been fantanstic!


It has the best smell in the world! It's very herby and makes your feet feeling
fresh and smelling yum!


As the scrub is very thick it can be quite hard to get it out the bottle, 
you really have to squeeze sometimes.


Overall, I'm obsessed with this product, I use it probably once every 2 weeks but I
would defiantly use it more if I had the time!

(This post is a set of 3, the other 2 will be coming sortly.)


Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Maybelline - Rosewood Pearl


I got this lipstick ages ago, after Fleur de Force mentioned it on her Youtube channel.


The lipstick itself is very moisturising, its got a glossy finish.
It smells bloody amazing!
Overall , thumbs up.


I have to say, this is probably my most used lipstick.
I wouldn't say its my favourite, but because its cheap I don't mind using it all the time.


The colours really flattering.
I would defiantly be buying this again when I finish it.



Sunday, 12 February 2012

Paul Smith Rose - Review


This perfume was my first ever perfume that I owned,
So when I saw it on Amazon I couldn't resist owning it again.


It came in a really cute bag


The bottles really simple yet sophisticated,
I brought the largest size, 100ml.


The smell, is obviously, roses. 
Its very floral. Its not sweet at all. 

This is how it is described on the Paul Smith website,

"The Paul Smith Rose is a potently fragrant, cochineal pink 

bloom, with a tight peony centre and full outer centre."

(I have no idea what that means....)



Overall, I really like this perfume and would defiantly recommend
it to anyone who likes floral perfumes.





Sunday, 5 February 2012

Where I blog


My desk is from ikea. Its glass which gets VERY cold in the winter.
Its not very glamorous but it does the job for me. 





 I have 4 magazine holders, 1 for each of my subjects (Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Business Studies)


My room is vintage style so I try and make my desk pretty however at the end of the day its a desk. I added some old salt and pepper shakers and some candle stick holders.

Thursday, 2 February 2012

Topshop lipstick in desert - review


 The packaging of the Topshop make up is very pretty but its the devil. Any bit of dirt it can find it will stick to.


 I found that the formulation of this lipstick was very drying and 'cakey.' Not all Topshop lipsticks
are like this though.
I really like the colour, never seen anything like it before. Its a nude with a lot of orange in it.



What's your favourite Topshop lipstick?