Sunday, 3 August 2014

New Mac Lipstick Review

New Mac Lipstick Review
The Mac lipstick craze will never fade I fear and whilst this is the case I cannot help but be drawn to them when I come across a Mac counter! 
The pretty colours are engaging and the wonderful smell of the lipsticks intoxicating. My personal favourite type of Mac lipsticks are the Creme Sheen range as they are easy to apply and feel great! 
Personally I am not a fan of the ‘Matte’ lipsticks as I like to have a matte face. Having both is too much for me - I also feel as though my lips should feel nourished and creamy and with a Matte lipstick they do not. 
The latest colour I have picked up and not been able to stop wearing due to the perfection of the shade is ‘Speed Dial’. It is the perfect pink shade, not too light that you can look ill and not to in your face neon! It reminds me slightly of Mac’s ‘Shocking Pink’ which is quite vibrant. This is almost a few shades lighter and is a very wearable shade for the day. 

As with the rest of my Mac lipsticks it is very long lasting, resulting in me not needing to reapply for a good few hours! 

What is your favourite Mac Lipsticks?


Wednesday, 16 July 2014

La Roche-Posay -Physiological Micellar Solution | First Impression

La Roche-Posay -Physiological Micellar Solution First Impression
I picked this particular micellar water on a recent trip to Bristol as I had finished my Bioderma bottle - a sad time I must say. As I can only seem to find Bioderma in Bath I thought that I would try and find something similar before I move to Bath and can actually continuously buy Bioderma. 
I have read many good things about this brand and I am in love with using micellar solution to remove my make up as it is so gentle to the face. I have sensitive skin so I cannot use anything too harsh which may aggravate it or cause it to become inflamed. 
When pouring a few drops onto a cotton pad I realise that unlike Bioderma it has a nice sweet scent. It is not too harsh and I hope that it will not irritate my skin. 
Starting with my eyes it is very light and soft and is not irritating them at all. The scent is not overpowering at all and is quite refreshing. 
After taking all my make up off I am really liking this product. There is no weird tingle - like I used to get with the L’Oreal Micellar Solution. It has taken all my make up off leaving it very easy for me to cleanse my face before I go to bed. 
As first immersion goes this is a good one. I am very impressed by this product and one of the highlights is that it is not causing any of my spots or imperfections to become irritated. 

I will have a more detailed review once I have properly tested the product.
Have you used this product or any other product from La Roche-Posay range, if so what do you think of them? 

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Saturday, 12 July 2014

Trip to Bristol | Beauty Haul

Trip to Bristol - Beauty Haul 
Recently, for personal reasons we had to take a small trip to Bristol. I really wish I had taken more photos as Bristol is a lovely city with many photo opportunities. But this meant I had more time for shopping! 
It was very early in the morning and we wanted to find somewhere to have breakfast but nowhere was open! Therefore we decided to go to Boots for our  first stop!! 
There were a few things my mum wanted to pick up in boots, the first being the new Sally Hansen nail polishes. Unfortunately, boots didn't have the colour she wanted so Superdrug was our next stop. 

We did however pick up a few little things. Mum was after the soap and glory travel sized hand food - which of course they didn't have but instead picked up the large bottle. I love this stuff it leaves your hands silky smooth and keeps them looking healthy! 

I needed a new make up remover as I had just finished my large bottle of bioderma! I decided to pick up the La Roche-Posey Micellar Water. I am going to be doing a  full review on this product once I have been using it for a few weeks! 

The final product we got were the Soap & Glory face wipes for sensitive skin with I think are amazing. 

Next stop, Superdrug! Here we found the nail polishes we wanted, they were on the 3 for 2 offer that Superdrug runs every now and again and of course we snatched up that opportunity. We got the colours ‘Jaded’ ‘Naked Ambition’ and ‘Tahitian Sunset’.

We then went to Debenhams for a yummy cooked breakfast! And of course afterwards we had to stop at the MAC counter. Here I picked up a new lipstick in the colour ‘Speed dial’ it is a beautiful pink shade. Normally, I am very boring when it comes to the colour of my lipstick - but I have been loving pink shades recently. I also got this lipstick at a bargain price as I had £10.00 worth of rewards on my card making it only £5.50!! 

We then ventured through town to Cabot’s Circus and into ‘House of Fraser’ Here my mum picked up a new lipstick from the Bare Minerals counter in the colour ‘Get Ready’.  

‘Harvey Nicholson’, this has to be my new favourite store - it is so beautiful. I ventured over to the Laura Mercier counter and may have gone slightly crazy. I bought the Mostuire Supreme Foundation in the colour Porcelain Ivory. I will be doing a in-depth review so stay tuned! 

I also got the Secret Camouflage concealer- which I have yet to use but I will keep you posted.

We then moved over the hair section of the store. I had been without GHD’s for a few months and have been waiting to get a new pair, my lovely mum said she would get them for me as a present for Uni. I got the original black ones as I find these last much longer than the coloured or limited edition ones. They also curl my hair perfectly too. 

I hope you enjoyed this little but expensive haul, luckily I restrained myself from going into the Primark store otherwise this could have been much worse!

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Monday, 7 July 2014

A Weekend Trip to Torquay | ShannonKims

A Weekend Away In Torquay  
A couple of weeks ago myself and my boyfriend Pete, took a weekend trip away to Torquay. The weather was luckily on our side and we had 3 days of lovely sunshine! 
On the first day we had fun wondering around the town, walking along the harbour and enjoying free tea in the large ball room. 
Each night we enjoyed a 3 course meal and then went to play bingo.
The hotel we stayed in I had been to many times before, it has had a lot of work done to improve the facilities and also the overall look. It is a hotel complex with 4 hotels linking together. There are 2 very large indoor pools, a spa. A ballroom with evening entertainment, restaurants in each of the hotels and then an bistro style cafe. There is even a games room where I constantly beat Pete at many games of bowling and table tennis! 

The second day saw us going to the Paington Zoo! This zoo is hands down the best I have ever been to, with Lions, Tigers, Giraffes, Zebras and even an elephant! Which graced us with an extremely impressive toilet break! 
On the final day we enjoyed a walk down to the harbour buying mini doughnuts and getting lunch in a near by cafe!I was very sad to leave as it had been such an amazing few days! 
Where have you guys been recently?