28 February 2014

How I use my Naked Palette (Finally)

I've owned my Naked Palette since August and just haven't gotten around to using it. For some time i went completely off of using any eyeshadow, as i just didn't have the time so it just got shoved into the back of my collection. However, over the Christmas period i got into the festive spirit and enjoyed experimenting with eyeshadow again so decided to pull out the classic Urban Decay Naked Palette. I've heard every blogger and their cat rave about how brilliant this palette is, and how it's the best day to night palette but i had yet to test it out for myself. So, today i thought i'd share with you how i've come to like to use mine.

Virgin, Sin, Naked & Sidecar

I'll be honest and say i'm not super into overdoing my eyeshadow, so virgin isn't one i come to very often as it's really there to be used as a highlight, i'm sure. Sin can really be a beautiful, simple all-over-the-lid shade that just creates a shimmery, rosy tone but i'm not super into pinks on the eyes so it's not something that i use frequently. Sidecar is actually a little dark for me, as i really like to stick with light and bright bronzey looks with my eyeshadow mainly, but it can be a nice light crease colour if i want something shimmery or a more evening all over colour. I love naked, i never really understood the love of matte shades, as i was a die-hard shimmer fan but i've actually really come to love the matte finish. This works great in the crease for a little definition, or i sometimes use it in the outer corner for a little shaping and actually i've come to find them pretty versatile.

Buck, Half Baked, Smog & Darkhorse

Buck is probably one of my favourites in the palette, purely for it's versatility. It's pretty much come to be my go-to crease colour for my everyday looks and even for the nighttime, if i'm going for something a little less heavy. It's a nice definer and can easily create some shape in the outer corner or along the lash line. Half baked is a little full on for me, as it's crammed with shimmer and it's a super intense bright gold/bronze shade. If i want something a little fancy and fun, then it can be nice as an all over shade if you're light handed or perhaps on the inner third of the lid with something a little more matte in the outer two to calm things down. I'll admit that Smog and Darkhorse are not my shades and i don't think i've even used them. They're both quite deep, dark colours and i'm not quite sure how to work them into my looks - i don't want to end up looking like i've been punched in the eye!

Toasted, Hustle, Creep & Gunmetal

Toasted, to me, is actually is a darker sister to Sin. They actually look really nice together for a simple, rosy toned smokey eye. Using sin in the first half and Toasted in the second, it can look really cute but again, it's not something i go for on the day-to-day and only really found it due to experimenting. Hustle is a really nice outer corner or crease colour, but again i'm a bit of a wimp so it's not something i gravitate towards. Creep is really only a lash line colour for me, and that's it. I've never really adventured into the land of Gunmetal but looking at it, it's a really beautiful colour so i'd love to give it a shot. If you've got any suggestions of how to use it, please let me know!

So, that's how i'm currently using my Naked Palette. How are you using yours? Do you have any combinations that you think i need to try?


26 February 2014

Soap & Glory Hand Food

Soap & Glory Hand Food 250ml, 125ml & 50ml

I use a lot of anti bacterial, and when i say a lot i mean a lot. I use it all day, every day when i'm out and about and then i continue to use when i'm home too. I have one in every bag and one sitting on my nightstand, i'm never too far from one. But with that does come a little dryness to the hands, and it's not all the time or hugely often but it does happen, and i'm pretty brutal on my hands too. So, it's nice to take the time out to moisturise them every once in a while - read: when i remember. I've always had the little 50ml Soap & Glory Hand Foods floating around in the bottom of my bags somewhere, and then last Christmas when i received the huge Soap & Glory set for Christmas i got one of the 125ml tubes that lived on my bedside table and for Christmas this year, on the tip off from me, my lovely mum bought me the big old 250ml pump bottle because i had mentioned that i'm not so good at remembering to moisturise. So having this sitting on my bedside, and in an easy pump bottle, makes it easier for me to remember to moisturise my hands - especially before i go to bed.


24 February 2014

Clearasil Rapid Action Pads


Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Pads

For the past month, or so, i've been having real problems with my skin. It's been worse than just breaking out, i've been getting awful under the skin lumps and bumps that never amount to anything, but are horrendously sore. They're really red and are super hard to cover with make up, and they really like to stick around for a long time too. So, i was getting desperate and looking for anything that help me improve my problem skin. I was lucky enough to receive some Boots vouchers for Christmas, so while i was browsing the shelves i came across these. I already have a skincare routine that works pretty well for keeping most of my skin under control and i didn't want to try any other cleansers or facial washes in case they did break me out, especially as i have ones that work for me already. I noticed these pads and thought that i had nothing to loose and i'd give them a shot, and my goodness did they help improve my skin.

They say to use them twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening but i tend to just use them at night as i have a morning routine set in place that works. They tend to dry the skin but not too much, just the spots that were trouble. They didn't bother my skin just helped with the overall redness and lumps that were plaguing my skin. They're a little bit abrasive but nothing too much, and honestly they just work really well with my skin. They've helped to improve the overall look and feel, and i'm really happy with how they've helped.

I am now using them in conjunction with prescribed antibiotics for my skin, which is obviously helping, but even before the antibiotics they got the ball rolling. My doctor has actually suggested going on Roaccutane for my skin but i know there's a lot of controversy surrounding it, so if any of you have any advice or knowledge of Roaccutane then i'd love to hear!


21 February 2014

MAC Neutral Eyeshadow Quad

So just before Christmas i decided it was about time i treated myself to a MAC quad. It was Christmas and i decided it would be a gift to myself, but it was choosing what i wanted that was the problem. There were lots of shades that i'd heard lots about, but it was slimming down my choices that took the longest time. Naked Lunch and All That Glitters was where i started, as i'd already heard so much about them and plenty of beauty bloggers and youtubers rave about them, but i wasn't sure if i needed both.

I wanted to give Naked Lunch a go because i'd looked at swatches, and i thought it'd be nice to try as an easy all over the lid shade for just a quick swipe. It's actually a lot lighter than what i thought before buying, and i should add that i ordered all of this online so i only had online swatches to choose from. So, as i said, after looking at swatches it was a little lighter than i had expected and probably a little cooler toned. I still think it works as a nice all over shade, and if i'm not feeling doing anything too much - i.e. using a crease colour and/or outer corner colour, then it gives a little something rather than going with nothing.

19 February 2014

Essie Winter Collection Minis

After missing out on the full size Essie Winter Collection, so many times did i nearly buy this little beauty for myself but i convinced myself that i didn't need it, and what did my wonderful mother do? She read my mind and popped this in my stocking this Christmas.

I have to admit that i haven't used an Essie shade since the beginning of the Summer, as i've been flitting between OPI and Models Own, but most often OPI Original Nail Envy, and i had forgotten how lovely Essie is to work with. They are so easy to apply and dry amazingly fast. They have a beautiful formula and finish, and i really must buy myself some more this year. Many of the colours i already own are very bright, Summery colours so i haven't had a chance to use for some time, so this was a welcome change.

Essie's Parka Perfect wasn't quite what i had hoped for, when applied. In the bottle it looks like a beautiful blue, grey shade with very subtle shimmer but when applied on my nails it seemed to loose it's shimmer which disappointed me. It didn't seem to really suit me left by itself, and i'm not sure whether it was my skintone or something else but once i applied a beautiful Models Own glitter on top called Jack Frost it seemed to come into it's own and looked beautifully icey, and the blue grey shade seemed to work with me more.

I wore Essie's Toggle to the Top as my post-Christmas manicure and it was lovely, not quite what i had thought but still a lovely shade. The base, in the bottle, looks like a dark burgundy colour but when applied to the nail and layered up it turns into a seriously deep, dark, almost black burgundy red. What makes it special is the beautiful, what looks like red, glitter suspended within the base. I actually think the glitter is silver but coloured by the base but either way it's a real beauty, perfect for Autumn/Winter.

Essie's Shearling Darling is actually very similar to Toggle to the Top, it's a dark burgundy shade that when applied and layered becomes a deep, dark, almost black burgundy red shade. It applies beautifully, as usual, and is a beautiful Autumn/Winter shade.


17 February 2014

The Yule Monty

Soap & Glory Butter Yourself Moisture Lotion, Hand Food Hand Cream, Peaches & Clean 3-in-1 Wash Off Deep Purifying Cleanser, Scrub of Your Life Body Scrub, The Righteous Butter Body Butter, Heel Genius Foot Cream, Thick & Fast Mascara and Sugar Crush Body Wash.

When i saw Boots advertising this Soap & Glory Christmas gift set for half price over on their Facebook page, i felt gutted that i hadn't noticed it sooner and that i couldn't get out anywhere to nab myself one. Well, to my surprise on Christmas day this little beauty was wrapped up for me under the tree and i opened it up and was completely amazed. I hadn't asked for it, i'd never mentioned it and to be completely honest i hadn't even noticed it myself until about a week or two before Christmas.

Previously, i'd had a look in the Boots Christmas catalogue and wasn't too impressed with the Soap & Glory gift set selection. I felt as though the contents of the sets didn't interest me and the nicer ones were a bit pricey, so to get this one half price was an amazing deal and actually the contents is pretty good.

I've been meaning to try Peaches & Clean for SO long and i'm pretty sure i have one in the old packaging somewhere, but i wanted to try it in the new packaging seeing as if anything has changed this will be the new formula, so i'm really looking forward to giving that a go. My skin is going a little crazy at the moment so i'm trying to stabilise that before i try too many new skin products but i'm sure i'll come back to you with my thoughts soon enough.

You can never have too much moisturiser and body butters, and this year i want to try and remember to moisturise more. I have good intentions to and then it all goes out the window, when you've got that extra step to do after the shower. Honestly? I'm lazy but with two new products to use i'm hoping it will mean great things.

Another Hand Food is great to have as a back up, and it means i can have one at home at my parents house for when i come home, as well as Heel Genius because that is already a favourite of mine as i explained in my 2013 favourites.

I'm excited to try out the Scrub of your life, i'm currently working my way through an old Flake Away by Soap & Glory, and honestly i really love it but it's super bulky packaging. I'm really hoping i love this one just as much because it's much easier to keep in the shower, but i do like quite an abrasive scrub so i've got high hopes.

We all know that Thick & Fast is my holy grail mascara so a back up won't go a miss and i've been wanting to try Sugar Crush for so long. It's got a super sweet brown sugar/lime scent which is really zesty and cleansing so i'm hoping to love that and these shower gels last a life time!


12 February 2014

Bows are for Life, Not just for Christmas

Especially Glitter Bows! I'm back! Hello, hi, hey! How're you? I'm feeling rested and thankful for the break. I've got some posts ready for the foreseeable future and we'll see how scheduling goes over the next couple of months as the end of my university career is looming; but for now, on with the post!

Beauxoxo Glitter Hair Bow in (From Top to Bottom) Petrol, Kaleidoscope, Peacock & Ruby Red Slippers and Tartan Hair Bow in Medium.

Just before Christmas i decided to make an order with my lovely friend Georgie, over at Beauxoxo. If you've not heard of Georgie or her wonderful hand crafted hair accessories before, then i will you to check out her website. It boasts the more beautiful pieces for everyone with short hair to long, and everyone in between. She sells beautiful bows, like the ones above, as well as turbans and hair jewellery, as well as bow headbands that i've talked about before here.

I've actually had the Petrol Glitter Bow for a couple of years, which i won in a blog giveaway from Jennie and i've fallen in love ever since. I had actually forgotten and left my Petrol bow at home, so forgot all about it while i was at uni but when i got home for Christmas it seemed the perfect festive addition to my up-dos. I decided i simply needed some more, especially a beautiful red one which is the ultimate festive addition, let me tell you. They're so well made and really add something special to any hair look. They're easy to put in, and stay put all day.

They're simply beautiful pieces that are perfect for evenings out, and just day to day. Go check Georgie out at Beauxoxo, and see what you fall in love with!


10 February 2014

A Pod of Jo

Nescafe Dolce Gusto Choco Caramel Pods, Nescafe Dolce Gusto Chococino Pods & Nescafe Dolce Gusto Nestea Lemon Pods

I'm not a coffee drinker, and my favourite hot beverages are Whittards instant teas so the reason i wanted a Nescafe Dolce Gusto Machine was for hot chocolates, and anything else i found was a bonus. The online Nescafe Dolce Gusto shop has every beverage available for purchase and that is where i found the other two of these drinks.

The chococino is the one i have known and loved for a year. It's your typical hot chocolate, and i like to add two sugars to keep things sweet. It's easily accessible, in most supermarkets and i buy mine from Tesco. To simply complete your drink, all you have to do is place the milk pod into your machine and run it for half your mug, then put in the chocolate pod and run it for the other half. What i've come to find is that each Nescafe drink is supposed to be poured into a different sized mug, and the hot chocolate size that they suggest isn't quite what i would usually use, it's a lot smaller. So, i've come to realise is that if you run each pod too much the drink can become very watery. So, the way in which i make my hot chocolates is run each pod until you can visibly see the running drink look watery. When the machine has run through all the product in each pod, the product begins to chance colour and become watery so if you like a really strong, chocolately drink then run the machine only as much as there is product. It's pretty simple and it's easy to get used to, and you'll learn how you like your own drinks.

My absolute favourite is the Choco Caramel, it's pretty much a caramel hot chocolate and it's delicious. It's sweet and chocolatey, and a nice treat at the end of the day. It reminds me a lot of my favourite hot chocolate from Costa during the Christmas season, the honeycomb hot chocolate so if you're a fan then you may also love this too.

Something else i wanted to try was the Nestea Lemon tea. It's actually supposed to be an iced tea but on the Nescafe machine i have - i'm not sure if it's the same on all their machines - you can choose whether you want to make a cold or a hot beverage. So, i thought i'd give it a try making it hot and it did work, however after drinking the delicious, fruity, packed with sugar Whittard's Instant Teas it seemed a little dull and plain. However, if you want a simple lemon tea and you don't want to buy both Whittards and this option, then it'd be a good option.

Do you own a Nescafe machine? What do you enjoy drinking?


7 February 2014

Fancy a Cuppa?

My main Christmas gift this year was this magnificent machine, a Nescafe Dolce Gusto Krups Hot Drinks Machine.

I've wanted one of these since i gifted one to my ex boyfriend last Christmas. Now, yes i don't drink coffee but it certainly makes a damn good hot chocolate and this will be it's main job, for me. As you can see by the pictures, it's been doing a brilliant job already. It heats up really quickly, and has great pressure at emptying the pods into your mug. This machine has a wide range of coffee, teas and hot chocolates to use and it can produce both cold and hot beverages. I'm not an iced tea fan, so all my drinks are hot but i can vouch for delicious tea too. It's quick, and does the job brilliantly efficiently. My one gripe would be that i wish some of the pods would have more contents in them as if you over use a pod it can become a little watery, but with practise and finding the right mugs to use i've come to perfect them. It does get through water pretty quickly, if you use it a lot, but it's easy to refill the water barrel at the back. I believe it does come in a range of water barrel sizes to suit how much you'll use it.

I'd highly recommend this machine if you're in the market for one. I wanted this over a Tassimo as although you can buy branded drinks, such as Costa and Cadbury, it works on the basis of bar codes and there's a lot more room for things not working. After seeing reviews, it seems a lot more difficult to work so this seemed the obvious solution for me.

Soon, i'll share with you the pods that i have come to know and love, my favourites.


5 February 2014

The Lipstick Tag

Since i've recently found my love for lipsticks, i thought i'd do The Lipstick Tag to get myself back into blogging! I saw this on the lovely Jennie's blog a while back and put it in my little notepad to remind me to do it.

How many Lipsticks do you own?

I really don't own all that many but it seems to be growing. Lipsticks are the product that i'm always swatching and browsing in the drugstore, and when i'm travelling, i love testing them out and finding fun new colours. I probably own about 25 - 30 (and growing!).

Natural Collection Lipstick in Rosebud
What was the first lipstick you owned?

I really can't be sure about this one, and i'm pretty sure i don't own it anymore but i can remember the first lipstick i bought when i started blogging and buying on other blog recommendations and that would be this one. When i started blogging everybody raved about how good the Natural Collection lipsticks were for the price, and as i didn't have much money to spend i thought i'd try them for myself and Rosebud was the one that everyone loved and i did too.

YSL Rouge Volupte Shine in 19 Fuchsia in Rage, YSL Rouge Volupte Caress Pink, Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Raspberry Pie & Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Wild Watermelon
What is your favourite lipstick brand?

That's a tough one because i'm constantly trying new things out and there are actually so many that i love, but it'd probably be between YSL and Revlon. One high end, one drugstore. YSL is a new one for me, and has only been in my life since August but goodness have i fallen in love. The quality is amazing, they glide on like a dream and as for the packaging - don't get me started. Revlon has been in my life for a few years now and ever since the Revlon Lip Butters were released they became my go-to lip product. I love the colour range and the quality, for the drugstore, is amazing.

Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Berry Smoothie
What is your most worn lipstick?

Going off of the last question, my more worn lipstick not necessarily just lately but for a long time has been the Revlon Lip Butter in Berry Smoothie. It's a real beauty, and it is a kind of my-lips-but-better colour but a little darker, but nothing too out there. It's a lovely everyday colour but can also be dressed up for the evening. It's the one that i really started with as it's nothing too much but it does give a plain everyday look a little something else.

MAC Cockney & MAC Plumful
What is your favourite finish?

I have to admit that i'm not particularly bothered by exact finish but it has to be glossy. I never, ever pick up a matte as they just freak me out and i don't have the best looking lips and mattes just don't do well on dry lips. So, i love a real glossy finish to my lip products. When it comes to MAC, i tend to go for a Lustre, maybe sometimes a Satin but i tend to stray away from Matte and Cremesheen.

Clinique Chubby Stick Intense in Grandest Grape
What was the last lipstick that you bought?

The last lipstick i bought was actually the Clinique Chubby Stick Pencil in Grandest Grape as i've been considering buying this for so long. For Christmas i was lucky enough to receive some Boots vouchers and i thought what better excuse to buy it then when you have vouchers. It's such a beautiful pink/purple toned berry colour, and it's a little out of my comfort zone and i wanted to try something new. They're so easy to apply because of the pencil tip as well as the creamy formula, and they last well too.

Burt's Bees Beeswax Lipbalm, Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Berry Smoothie & Clinique Chubby Stick Intense in Grandest Grape
How many lip products do you currently have in your bag?

I'm not one of these people that carries a tonne of lip products in their bag but these are the three i have at the moment. I don't go anywhere without a Burt's Bees lip balm. They're the only lip balm i've ever used that actually helps combat my awful, dry lips. It's deliciously minty and i love that it tingles too. Berry Smoothie is never too far away, and even if i'm not wearing it i like to have it in case i want to add a swipe midday. The Chubby Stick is in there because it's new and i haven't even had a chance to wear it yet so i thought that if it was in my bag i'd wear it, but in actual fact i just keep forgetting it's there so i should probably take it out!

MAC Cockney, L'Oreal Colour Riche in 179 Cherry Tulle & Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Wild Watermelon
What is your favourite red lipstick?

I have to admit that until the Christmas period, i really had no interest in red lips. I don't know what it was, maybe the festive atmosphere, but it gave the inspiration to go a little wild and try red. Since the beginning of last Summer i have really enjoyed using the Revlon Lip Butter in Wild Watermelon as it can be sheer or built up, and it's almost a there but not there red. When i wear i don't feel like it's too bright or too out there, despite how it looks in the bullet. L'Oreal's Cherry Tulle is one i bought home with me from America last Summer. It's actually very sheer, but i quite like that because it's a slightly deeper toned red. Again, it's something i don't have to feel too brave wearing and i can wear day to day. MAC's Cockney is actually brand new to me and i've only worn it once. Christmas made me realise that i haven't actually got a true red, and after talking to a MAC make up artist we decided that this red suited my skintone best. I have to admit the glitter in the bullet does scare me a little but on the lips it does look exactly what i wanted, a bright, true red.

Acrylic Drawer Storage from B&Q
How do you store your lipsticks?

After getting the bug from watching a hundred, million youtube videos and seeing blog post after blog post i decided to get myself some acrylic storage and i'm so glad i did. They're so versatile, i can switch things around when i want to and there's plenty of room for my make up collection. Have these four three drawer units never allows me to have too much. It shows me what i have, and what i like to use and if my collection ever grows i can just add another set. I have to admit they weren't the cheapest but they were easy to get from a local B&Q and i could take them home straight away.

Which lipsticks are you currently lusting after?

I have to admit that i haven't had much time to be thinking about it but off the top of my head i wouldn't mind owning YSL Rouge Volupte Shine in Rouge in Danger or MAC's Rebel. Rebel scares me because it's pretty dark and pretty bright, but i'd love to give it ago especially when the weather gets a bit nicer. If it's nicer weather i tend to be a little braver! Now my heart is with YSL i want all the shades that suit me and i was actually so close to buying Rouge in Danger but the price was a lot to handle, but it's a seriously beautiful colour.

Which shades are you lusting over?


3 February 2014

#NOTM | Nails of the Month: JANUARY

So February brings a new month, & i'm back and i'm ready to blog. I'm really glad that i took that step back and took the time to have a break because, honestly, posting every other day no matter how big or small can be a lot of work but i'm glad that i did it. I've decided that every other day really is a little too time consuming for my life right now because my final year of university is heavy going, let alone that life is still carrying on too. So, i've decided that the best way for me to continue blogging is to have a schedule. Here, on Legs Eleven, you'll be getting a new post every Monday, Wednesday and Friday now for the foreseeable future. I really enjoy posting every other day but it's just too much for me at the moment and if i want to continue blogging then i need to review how things ago, so for now that's how things are going to go! But enough of that, lets get on with things!

I've decided that a new post i'd like to introduce is #NOTM or Nails of the Month. 2013 saw the year that i got really bored with painting my nails, and i could just never find the time so this year i'd really like to bring the nail painting back. I've decided that i have to make time for myself, no matter how small, and so hopefully every Sunday night i'll take the time to paint my nails and then document it and make it into a post so that you, and i, can see what i decided to wear the previous month. It'll be nice to look back on what i liked at the time too, so here's what i wore for the month of January.

The Christmas period seriously got me back into nail painting, and even more so... The glitter. I have been loving a glitter nail, and let me tell you that it's not just for Christmas either. I feel like it's just something a little different and brightens the January gloom that little bit.

1. Essie Parka Perfect with Models Own Jack Frost Top Coat.

I started off the month, straight after Christmas, sporting this beautiful Essie shade that i got in a mini, in my stocking. In the bottle it looks like a shimmery icey blue shade but when i applied it the shimmer didn't really show, so i decided to make it shimmer myself and apply a glittery top coat. This is my favourite of the Models Own glitter top coats because i think it applies the best and it really adheres to the nail. This was before i decided that i wanted to do these posts, ski i had to recreate it to show you but i loved it so much i almost wanted to reapply. It just seems like the perfect Wintery, January combo.

2. Models Own Champagne with Barry M Lychee & Models Own Blizzard Accent Nail.

This time i wanted to go for something a little more neutral but just as fancy so i went with my old fail safe Champagne that has been my go to shade for goodness knows how long. I love this colour and it honestly goes with everything. Over Christmas i had tested out the Barry M Gelish Nail Paint in Blood Orange and fallen in love with how quickly it dried and how beautiful it looked so i went out and bought the nude shade as i had heard that it looked lovely under glitter. Well, this one isn't my absolute favourite and i don't think i'd wear it alone but it sure looks lovely under Blizzard. I do love Blizzard but it's so hard to apply, and it doesn't stick well to the nail and honestly ends up looking clumpy but when i got it how i wanted it i really liked the outcome.

3. OPI Original Nail Envy Nail Strengthener.

This was basically the nail polish to 2013 for me, i pretty much had it on none stop and i find that my nails really benefit from wearing it. I wasn't sure what to apply next and i was moving back to uni so didn't see the point in applying a new colour for it to chip so went back to this little beauty.

4. Essie Sable Collar with Essie Set in Stones Top Coat.

This is a really new purchase for me, as i fell in love with Parka Perfect i wanted to try out some more Essie. In the bottle this is a really unusual colour, it kind of looks like a red and gold duo chrome but when applied it kind of just looked like a shimmery brown - and i really hate brown. So i decided to put my new Essie glitter over the top and test them out at the same time, and i really love the outcome. Sable Collar actually did grow on me and i wish i'd had it in November time as i think it'd be perfect for that time of year but i think i would use it again.

5. Essie It's Genius with Set in Stones Accent Nail.

Lastly, in January, i tested another new Essie. I love this colour, it's just as pretty on as it looks in the bottle and it's a kind of deep purple/pink shimmery berry colour. That's one of my favourite colours for this season, and as you can see the theme i added another glitter nail because i fell head over heels for Set in Stones. It applies amazingly for a glitter, the pay off is amazing, the glitter lays evenly and it dries so fast. This is my new favourite glitter and it makes Models Own glitter look rubbish!

What were you wearing last month?

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