Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Revlon S/S Haul

Revlon have really been on the ball for S/S launches and I have been lured in by most of their latest products, in fact my makeup bag probably represents that of a Revlon shop right now. I headed to Boots on my lunch hour last week, which is always pretty dangerous, and I spotted these new releases, I have been waiting for these products for ages and I was surprised to see them on the Revlon stand, as I haven't heard much about their release like I did with the colour burst lip balms. Needless to say I was super happy to find them, but I was pretty good and only picked up 3 things, damn you 3 for 2! I was instantly drawn to the colour of these three, so it didn't take me long to choose as I've really been feeling bright colours and pastels with the weather getting a little warmer. 

I'm not a regular nail polish person, which if you read my blog regularly you will probably have gathered, however I am giving my nails a break from gel polish at the moment, as becoming anemic again recently has really taken its toll on my nails and means that they are starting to break and split underneath the gel, which results in them peeling off and my nails are becoming weak. Therefore I wanted a regular nail polish to pop on and I have had my eye on the Revlon Parfumerie collection since they launched in America just before Christmas! I originally wanted the Red Polish however it was love at first sight with Ginger Melon, offering a summer inducing coral pink colour that smells amazing when on, it dries fairly quickly, but the lid is so frustrating, I found it hard to grip and nearly covered my bed covers in the polish several times, my fault for doing it on the bed? Maybe, but prettiness over practicality definitely won in the making of these!

I first saw the eye shadows after Laura from Bellesboutique posted that she had bought some whilst in America just before Christmas and I have been lusting after them ever since. I thought these colours looked perfect for Spring and I can't wait to try some looks out with them, I love how they slot together, allowing you to create your own palette and at just £2.99 each I think they're such a bargain!

The best part about this haul? They were free! Don't you use just love the Boots Loyalty Card scheme?

Have you tried Revlon's latest offerings yet?


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