(Photo from zoya.com)
Have you seen Zoya’s new summer ranges? They’re ever so pretty, and there’s a lot of variety! The Tickled range is highly pigmented cremes, while Bubbly is a set of sheer glittery jelly polishes. Plus there’s three new additions to Zoya’s Pixie Dust range, which is a very glittery textured polish.
I was lucky enough to get the chance to try one of each range, and plumped for Bar, a champagne chunky glitter, Ling, a creamy mid-blue, and Harper, a jelly pink. Read on for swatches of each! Continue reading
Recently I’ve been trying out this cute little sample of Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel* from my #Oxmeet goody bag. This is such a cult product, and I was really excited to get a taste of the high-end skincare range. Unfortunately, this didn’t float my boat as much as I was hoping – but I suppose that’s good for my purse!
I’m afraid I’ve got none of my usual style at the moment, because I’m pretty deep into my exams – four more to go, and I’ll be done in 9 days! Here’s a really quick glance at a comfy, casual revision outfit. For bonus multi-tasking points, these photos were taken on the way to get dinner, so I didn’t do my usual ‘take a hundred pictures and pick three’, I just went with what we had. This is the most relaxed you’ll probably see me in front of the camera! Continue reading
I was recently sent a sample of the Bee Good Honey and Propolis 2-in-1 Cream Cleanser to try, and oh, is it heading straight for Holy Grail status. You know how much I love honey scents and products, and this is a great addition to my skincare routine. Goodbye, Boots Botanics, I’m in love with the bees! Continue reading
So I didn’t do an empties post last month, but I’ve collected plenty of stuff to show you since my last post! I’ve been collecting it all in my cute Oxmeet tote bag from The Blogger Programme – much more stylish to have on the bathroom door handle than a plastic bag! Shall we get going? Continue reading
A fact for you: I am very, very pale.
When I was younger, I was totally nut-brown, but as I’ve grown up, I’ve had to accept that I’ve become a pale ghosty. I actually quite like it, but that doesn’t stop me experimenting from time to time with fake tan, to try and lose some of that Tippex glow on my legs.
It rarely works – so how did the Fake Don’t Bake Natural Tanning Cream* fare?
Here we have another of my favourite A England nail polishes, Lady of the Lake. This is my second bottle of this polish, because I actually finished the first one – that hasn’t happened in a long time. Lady of the Lake was one of the very first polishes I ever bought from A England, and it’s a gorgeous creamy royal purple with shimmer in low light, and a crazy amount of holo in direct light! There’s something very special about this one… Read on for more photos!