Saturday, 11 July 2015
Good day my babes! So I went to Westfield Shopping Centre and picked myself up a few bits, from KIKO and then some bits from Primark. So I thought I'd share my buys with you lot!
KIKO INFINITY EYESHADOWS/[CLICS] SYSTEM PALETTE
So I recently realised how limited my eyeshadow collection is *sad face* and I saw that KIKO did their own palette system, as I definitely cannot be affording MAC shadows right meow *second sad face* unfortunately being an out of work actor is not as lucrative as it sounds. And I find this system a lot better as the shadows that KIKO single shadows are quite literally twice the size of the MAC ones, and at a mere cost of - wait for it - £2.80! They were on sale and the colours are just stunning, so I couldn't resist them at all. I picked up the colours (l-r) 272 Pearly White, 236 Pearly Champagne, 262 Mat Green, 259 Golden Green, 281 Satin Light Blue Demin, 234 Pearly Wine, and I am obsessed with this already! So happy with the price I paid and also because I purchased 6 shadows the 24 space palette was FREE! Yes kids, completely free, I was too happy. I'll have such fun filling this baby up, and I can already tell I'll probably gain a few more of these palettes in the coming months, now I've discovered the beauties. They all look so pigmented and the shimmery shadows are so stunning, I'll definitely share my thoughts on the quality of these shadows.
KIKO MAT BASE CORRECTOR PRIMER
I'm always on the hunt for the perfect primer and since trying the Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow recently, I've fallen in love with that, but alas, the purse strings will not allow for it, so I picked up this one as the sale was good to me in KIKO, so I'm sure I'll be letting you know my thoughts on this product also!
PRIMARK ARGAN FACIAL CLEANSING WIPES
I go through make up wipes like toilet paper, so this was just a boring old necessity purchase,. Moving along..
PRIMARK EGG MAKE UP SPONGE
Since falling in love with my beloved Real Techniques sponge I realised that I gain the best foundation application through sponges, so I picked this one up, and at only £1.50, how could I not? And upon opening it I realised it feels nearly identical to the Real Techniques one, I was definitely expecting it to be slightly more abrasive, but it really isn't! So I'll be letting you know how application goes with this.
PRIMARK FOUNDATION BLENDING SPONGE
Along the same lines, this one will be a little bit more useful for blending foundation/concealer under my eyes, a much thinner sponge tip for those harder to reach areas.
So that's everything loves! Hope you enjoyed reading and are enjoying the most glorious summer in years!