Monday, 6 February 2017

A Few Treats For Myself...Part 1

As I mentioned in a previous couple of Blogposts, I went shopping in Bluewater last weekend and really decided to treat myself, and here are a few things I purchased when I got back to Plymouth...

Now you may remember reading in my Mini Chanel Beauty Haul that I really wanted to get my hands on the lipgloss in the shade 'Blizzard'. The range is currently in the process of being discontinued and for once in my life luck was on my side and Plymouth's Chanel counter had the gloss in stock. I am so so happy with this purchase, the gloss isn't sticky nor is it thin, and the perfect neutral rose gold tone suits my skin tone perfectly, and now I will be using this gloss with caution ahead of the day it does run out...

The next two items I planned on grabbing in Bluewater however they were either out of stock or unavailable. Nars' Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Sex Machine is a pencil I have wanted since I saw a picture of Perrie Edwards wearing it on Instagram. Now living where I live I don't get my hands on a Nars counter very often, and every time I have visited since March last year (both in the UK and Spain!) Sex Machine was out of stock. Sure, I could have ordered it online like I subsequently ended up doing, however there is something I really love about buying from a counter. Sex Machine is a perfect baby-pink nude, and the formula of the Velvet Matte Pencil is a new favourite, is so long lasting and comfortable- I can't wait to add more to my collection! 

Finally was Charlotte Tilbury's lipstick in Pillow Talk. Surprisingly I don't own her lip cheat in Pillow Talk, however now I own it in lipstick form, I think I might have to. It's a dark rose toned nude, and the brown tones certainly show up more on my skin, but none the less, the gorgeous colour along with that perfect formula which I have spoken of before was always going to be a winning combination.

Have you tried any of these lip products?

Beki x

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