Feels like ages since I’ve written a blog post but in reality it’s only been a week!
Today’s post is going to be about what I bought on monday when I went shopping to Westfields. It’s mostly makeup because…well I’m addicted.
So lets start off with the makeup bits that I got from Superdrug..
Superdrug had this awesome deal which was to spend £12 and get the ‘Love Conquers All’ palette by Makeup Revolution which is a total bargain if you ask me! Plus I needed those three bits anyway!
Makeup Revolution Luxury Baking Powder
Okay so I have been looking for a baking powder for EVER, so I was so happy to finally get this! It was the fourth time of me searching a superdrug for it but all they had was the banana baking powder which is wayyy too yellow for my skin tone. So I thought the ‘lace’ shade would be perfect.
First impressions: 4/5 – you get a lot of product and for £5 what more could you want? It also seems to do a good job at baking although it’s not the best I’ve seen (via youtube) but for a beginner like me, who’s just started to bake; it is perfect! Would definitely reccommed!
Makeup Revolutions’ Conceal & Define concealer
As you are aware that I already own one of these if you’ve seen my previous post but on monday I bought the lighter shade as I had previously purchased it in the shade C4 but wanted it lighter. As it is super popular it has taken ages to find a light shade in a store so on monday I got the C3.
To find out my first impressions on this you’ll have to stay tuned and wait for my review on it which is coming up soon..
Makeup Revolutions’ Pro Fix Illuminating fixing spray
I’ve been in need for a new fixing/setting spray as my Rimmell one broke, so thought I’d give this a shot.
First impressions: 3/5, seems to do the job but the smell isn’t the best.
Makeup Revolution Love Conquers All eyeshadow & highlighter palette
I’m aware the swatches havent come out too well, it was the first time me doing swatches so please don’t hate. The light shades don’t come out too well but the deeper ones do and boyy are they good! The highight is the heart in the middle and acts as a cute and glowy blush.
My first impressions: 3/5 as the pigmentation is good..but not as good as MUR’s other palettes.
I heard about this from one of my favourite MUA’s Abigail Forbes. It is a mixing liquids which makes dried up makeup products more usable. My eyebrow promade was getting a tad dry and this is just what it needed!
My first impression: 5/5, it works like a charm! My brow promade is practically brand new!
Kiko Radient Fusion Baking Powder
So I went from having no baking powders to having two! This one is a different formula so maybe it’ll work better or worse.. I don’t know. I love Kiko however and this was half price so I couldn’t resist!
I have no first impressions as I haven’t used it yet.
L’Oreal Brow Artist Plumper
I’ve needed an eyebrow gel for absolute ages! So it was about time I purchased one! I decided to try this one as I’m loving their eyebrow pencil at the moment so why not!
My first impressions: 5/5, can’t fault it in any way, does everything I wanted/needed it to do.
Spectrum Tapered blender brush
I’ve seen spectrum brushes everywhere at the moment! I only just realised boots sold them so I treated myself to this one.
My first impressions: 5/5, the brush is super pretty and soft and it blends the shadow perfectly.
Lush The hair doctor hot oil treatment
As I’m in desperate need for my hair to grow I have been looking around for different masks and oils to use and this was one that I have found!
I have no first impressions as of yet, as I haven’t tried it yet!
Lush Teo Deodrant
You’re probably reading this and thinking that I’m a weirdo for buying this but I’ve been looking around for a cruelty free deodorant and couldn’t find one. Lush did sell these powder ones but can you imagine how messy that would get, well with me trying to use it anyway.
Again, I haven’t got any first impressions of this as I’m yet to try it out.
Lushs’ Roots hair treatment
As I said previously I’ve been looking for hair masks to help my hair grow or in this case make my hair less ‘fine’.
And you guessed it..I haven’t tried this yet either so have no first impressions.
So this may be more than a ‘mini haul’ oops.. But in all seriousness, I hope you have enjoyed reading this and maybe seen something you like.
Here are the websites where you can get what I have mentioned above:
- Spectrum brush – £4.99
- L’Oreal Brow artist plumper – £6.99
- KIKO Baked powder – £9 (was £18)
- Inglot Duraline – £10
- T’eo Deodorant – £5.95
- Roots – £11.50
- The Hair Doctor hot oil treatment – £6.50
- Love conquers all palette – (Free when you spend £12 or more in MUR)
- MUR Baking powder – £5
- MUR illuminating fixing spray – £5
- MUR Conceal and define concealer C3 – £4
And that is all!
Thank you so much for reading this post! There will be reviews upcoming for some of these products so please keep your eyes peeled.
Love, Jess x
P.S. What hair masks/oils have any of you found that helps your hair to grow? (Please answer in the comments)