Wednesday, 26 October 2011


Shirts Galore! I went shopping over the weekend in search of a plain white t-shirt. I think white t-shirts are a staple piece of clothing that should be in every wardrobe. You can dress them up or dress them down and go with anything! When I saw the sale rack in Asda....(yes asda!) I thought why not go have a look. I made a bargin! 4 t-shirts for £14! I will do another blog post shortly with what they look like on :)

Also Purchased: Vo5 Heat Protect Styling Spray. MUA Eyebrow liner in 'Brunette' and 'Blonde. MUA Pressed Powder. MUA Matte black eyeshadow. Rimmel Lasting Finish Foundation in 303 True Nude. Pink Leopard print make-up bag from B&M Barins. Hello Kitty Make-Up bag from eBay. (Shown Below)

I am absolutely in LOVE with this make-up bag I bought on eBay for £6! It came all the way from China, with free post & packaging. Was very quick delievery considering! It's baby pink with lots of Hello Kitty faces embossed into the material, unfortunately I could not get it to show on camera :(
Inside of the make-up bag has Hello Kitty printed in the lining and the zipper opens very wide to allow lots of room! The bag itself is a patent leather inspired so it will be very easy to wipe clean. Make sure to check the shop out that I posted above. They sell a wide range of Hello Kitty items, including Make-Up bags, Handbags purses, Clothes etc. Definately worth a look!
Thanks for reading! :)

Friday, 21 October 2011


Products Used: Revlon Colour Stay in True Beige. Rimmel Eyebrow pencil in Hazel. Rimmel Stay Matte powder. Ebay False eyelashes. 88 Shimmer pallette for eyeshadow. MUA purple eyeshadow. Solait face bronzer. Barry M Lipstick in Marshmallow. Maybelline Line Stileto Liquid liner. L'oreal Volume Mascara


I recently bought these acrylic nail tips (which can be found in the link above) for under £5! I ordered 100 tips for £1.79. They sell a range of different nail tips and tools and other items including eyelashes and eyelash adhesive. I recieved my package very quickly, within 2-3 days. It is a UK seller, and since I live in the UK the post and packaging was cheap and delivery was very fast. They do ship worldwide, but of course it will take longer. I just wanted you all to know about this amazing find. I have payed £40 in the past to get a set of acrylic nails at a nail salon, but now I can do them myself for free and touch up for free as I can change my nails more than once! I painted my acrylic nail tips to make them look like dripping blood, just in time for Halloween! This is very easy to do and looks fantastic! I'm so in love with this nail look. I plan to do it in the future using different ranges of colours to make it look like dripping paint rather than blood.

I simply painted 2 coats of white nail polish and waited until they were completely dry. (I used a Beauty UK nail polish, although it does not have a name sorry!) Once they were dry I used a thin pointed paint brush. This gave me a lot more control to paint with. I used Avons red nail polish in "Real Red". Dipping my brush in I simply painted on a dripping effect. Once dry apply a top coat. This look also works very well the opposite way as well, i.e the dripping marks coming from the cuticle of the nail and fading upwards, it gives a very zombie feel to your nails!

Wednesday, 19 October 2011


My make-up today is quite simple. I decided to do a brown smokey eye with a nude lip.

Products used: Revlon Colour Stay Foundation in True Beige. L'oreal Volume Mascara. 88 Shimmer Eyeshadow Palette. Barry M Lipstick in Marshmallow. False Eyelashes from Ebay. Rimmel London Eyebrow pencil in Hazel. Solait face bronzer.

Monday, 17 October 2011


I just recently found out about this make-up line called Lime Crime. They have such a broad range of lipstick in all kinds of colours you could think of. From bright orange to purples and blues! They also have wide ranges of eyeshadow pigments in very vibrant colours. I will definately be purchasing some of there products. Perfect for Halloween!

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White Shirts/Blouses. Definately a staple piece for your fall wardrobe. Would look perfect with a large necklace or bow tie!
Bringing leopard print coats back from last winter, I think they could still rock it this year! Prints are sticking around and won't be out of fashion any time soon.

Ankle boot wedges! With the right shape and pair these can become a very fashionable winter shoe! But can also be a fancy night out piece as well. Very versitile and go with pretty much anything you decide to wear. Deffo in my wish list!

Ali Baba Trousers. Very comfortable and come in all sorts of colours. Loving these right now. Perfect to wear when you want to have a "sweatpant day", without anyone knowing! Can easily be dressed up or worn as a casual piece.

Colourful or plain bangles are what I'm loving to wear right now. Bangles always add edge to an outfit. This fall I'm going all out on accesories and jewelery. Items such as these always tie an outfit together and make it look effortless and fashionable.


I was really inspired by the colours of Autumn that I decided to do a make-up look based on it. I used my 88 Shimmer eyeshadow palette and created a look using gold, bronze, burgandy and brown colours.Products used: Revlon Colour Stay in True Beige. Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder. Solait Bronzer. Avon lipstick in Latte. 88 Shimmer Eyeshadow palette. Rimmel Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel. False Eyelashes from Ebay. L'oreal Voluminous Mascara.