February 2016 | KITSCH/SNITCH

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Guys! I really wanted to share with you this amazing foot peel! I was send the 1000 Hour Soft Sole Express Exfoliating Foot Peel for review months ago and it sort of just sat in a box gathering dust for a while (whoops)... I decided to use it a few weeks ago and I was SO impressed.

Firstly, this is the most affordable foot peel I have come across - usually they cost around the $20-$30 mark, but this one costs $8.75. Secondly, I have tried foot peels before and this one was definitely the most effective one that I have tried.

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Essentially to use this you wash your feet, and then cut along the marks on these plastic foot bags, place them on your feet (like you are wearing plastic socks with liquid in them) and then you use the pink peel off tags to secure the bags in place, and then you put a movie on and chill with a cup of tea for 90 minutes while it works its magic. After you take them off you wash your feet and you feet will start to peel in a couple of days and may continue to peel over the next two weeks.

When I say that these made my feet peel, I'm not just talking about a little bit of peeling around the soft areas of your feet... within days I was peeling off thick long strips from my heels (which was utterly gross, but utterly satisfying) and then the skin around my toes and the sole of my foot was starting to peel in large sheets. It all sounds disgusting, but it was so effective and it has left my feet feeling so much softer than before.

If you have dry hard skin on your feet I HIGHLY recommend trying this foot peel. My recommendations are to use this when you aren't planning on wearing sandals or going to an event because your feet will look completely gross for a number of days.

I am so impressed and will definitely pick more of these up to use every few months. If have thought about doing a foot peel, definitely try this one because at $8.75 it's super affordable and I am sure you will see some great results. You can buy these from the 1000 Hour website, but I am trying to keep an eye out for where they stock them in store. If you have seen these in store, please tell me where!

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Note: this post contains a product that was sent to me as a press sample. My review is based 100% on my own opinion

1000 Hour Soft Sole Express Exfoliating Foot Peel

February 29, 2016


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Guys! I really wanted to share with you this amazing foot peel! I was send the 1000 Hour Soft Sole Express Exfoliating Foot Peel for review months ago and it sort of just sat in a box gathering dust for a while (whoops)... I decided to use it a few weeks ago and I was SO impressed.

Firstly, this is the most affordable foot peel I have come across - usually they cost around the $20-$30 mark, but this one costs $8.75. Secondly, I have tried foot peels before and this one was definitely the most effective one that I have tried.

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Essentially to use this you wash your feet, and then cut along the marks on these plastic foot bags, place them on your feet (like you are wearing plastic socks with liquid in them) and then you use the pink peel off tags to secure the bags in place, and then you put a movie on and chill with a cup of tea for 90 minutes while it works its magic. After you take them off you wash your feet and you feet will start to peel in a couple of days and may continue to peel over the next two weeks.

When I say that these made my feet peel, I'm not just talking about a little bit of peeling around the soft areas of your feet... within days I was peeling off thick long strips from my heels (which was utterly gross, but utterly satisfying) and then the skin around my toes and the sole of my foot was starting to peel in large sheets. It all sounds disgusting, but it was so effective and it has left my feet feeling so much softer than before.

If you have dry hard skin on your feet I HIGHLY recommend trying this foot peel. My recommendations are to use this when you aren't planning on wearing sandals or going to an event because your feet will look completely gross for a number of days.

I am so impressed and will definitely pick more of these up to use every few months. If have thought about doing a foot peel, definitely try this one because at $8.75 it's super affordable and I am sure you will see some great results. You can buy these from the 1000 Hour website, but I am trying to keep an eye out for where they stock them in store. If you have seen these in store, please tell me where!

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Note: this post contains a product that was sent to me as a press sample. My review is based 100% on my own opinion
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Last month during the Priceline skincare sales I picked up a few Nip + Fab products. I had heard of this brand but I generally never NEED skincare (thanks to an overstocked cupboard) so I never looked into it further. I did find myself in need of a face scrub so I hit the 40% off sales and was immediately drawn to the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix range.

There are a few different ranges in the Nip + Fab line and it is easy to distinguish between them because each range has completely different coloured packaging. I was most interested in the Glycolic Fix range and obviously the ingredient that this particular range shares is glycolic acid - which is an ingredient that acts as a chemical exfoliant and helps with skin texture.

I was originally just going to buy the scrub, but when I noticed the scent of the Glycolic Fix range, I had to buy more! The scent is very strong but it smells like fresh and zingy grapefruit and I was hooked! I am a big fan of fragrances and I often find that a fragrance can make or break my experience with skincare... so I ended up picking up the scrub, the gel cleanser, the overnight purifying gel and the daily cleansing pads.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Scrub Fix: I thought I would start by talking about the product that impressed me the most from this range (and I wish I bought more while it was on sale). This contains glycolic acid but also salicylic acid to help clean the pores. This is a deceptive product because it looks like a white cream that wouldn't have much scrubbing ability, but it actually works really well. I love a scrub that is harsh enough to be very effective but not too scratchy, and that's exactly what this was. It does a great job, it smells fresh and amazing and it's not too expensive ($21.95 full price). I think I have found my new favourite scrub.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Cleansing Fix: The cleanser shares the same awesome scent as the scrub and works well as a basic gel cleanser. Together with glycolic acid this contains apple amino acid for foaming and olive oil for hydration. This isn't as wow as the scrub, but it's pretty good and at $17.95 full priced it's a great basic gel cleanser.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads: Another product that was pretty good are the daily cleansing pads. This contains 60 pads that are soaked in a liquid containing glycolic acid, witch hazel, hyaluronic acid and blue daisy. I mainly bought these because I am really lazy with cleansing my skin in the morning and often just use Bioderma on a cotton pad to remove any oils and dirt from overnight... I thought these were made for me! I honestly don't mind these, BUT I haven't seen any change in my skin and they are pretty expensive at $29.95 full priced (around 50c per tiny round wipe). I don't regret buying these on sale but I think for the results these aren't worth the $30.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Fix Overnight Purifying Gel: This is an overnight gel serum that is designed to unclog pores and purify the skin and contains glycolic acid, salicylic acid and niacinamide (anti-inflammatory and reduces the production of sebum). The concept of this is great but I must admit that it was my least favourite product of the four. Firstly this didn't give any noticeable results and secondly I didn't like using it. When I apply a serum or face cream I tend to always get some on my lips... which I never normally notice. With this product I could tell when I got it on my lips because it had a really odd taste and feel... it almost felt like I got deodorant in my mouth (yes that sounds strange but if you have ever tasted deodorant you will know what I am talking about). For the price tag of $34.95 I didn't love this and it's the one product of the four that I wish I didn't buy.

Overall I like this range, there is one product that I love and will buy time and time again, two products that I liked and one I didn't like.... I would say that evens out to an overall like.

You can check out more from this range at Priceline. I do recommend checking out Nip + Fab if you like good and generally affordable skincare.


Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Fix range

February 26, 2016

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Last month during the Priceline skincare sales I picked up a few Nip + Fab products. I had heard of this brand but I generally never NEED skincare (thanks to an overstocked cupboard) so I never looked into it further. I did find myself in need of a face scrub so I hit the 40% off sales and was immediately drawn to the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix range.

There are a few different ranges in the Nip + Fab line and it is easy to distinguish between them because each range has completely different coloured packaging. I was most interested in the Glycolic Fix range and obviously the ingredient that this particular range shares is glycolic acid - which is an ingredient that acts as a chemical exfoliant and helps with skin texture.

I was originally just going to buy the scrub, but when I noticed the scent of the Glycolic Fix range, I had to buy more! The scent is very strong but it smells like fresh and zingy grapefruit and I was hooked! I am a big fan of fragrances and I often find that a fragrance can make or break my experience with skincare... so I ended up picking up the scrub, the gel cleanser, the overnight purifying gel and the daily cleansing pads.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Scrub Fix: I thought I would start by talking about the product that impressed me the most from this range (and I wish I bought more while it was on sale). This contains glycolic acid but also salicylic acid to help clean the pores. This is a deceptive product because it looks like a white cream that wouldn't have much scrubbing ability, but it actually works really well. I love a scrub that is harsh enough to be very effective but not too scratchy, and that's exactly what this was. It does a great job, it smells fresh and amazing and it's not too expensive ($21.95 full price). I think I have found my new favourite scrub.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Cleansing Fix: The cleanser shares the same awesome scent as the scrub and works well as a basic gel cleanser. Together with glycolic acid this contains apple amino acid for foaming and olive oil for hydration. This isn't as wow as the scrub, but it's pretty good and at $17.95 full priced it's a great basic gel cleanser.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads: Another product that was pretty good are the daily cleansing pads. This contains 60 pads that are soaked in a liquid containing glycolic acid, witch hazel, hyaluronic acid and blue daisy. I mainly bought these because I am really lazy with cleansing my skin in the morning and often just use Bioderma on a cotton pad to remove any oils and dirt from overnight... I thought these were made for me! I honestly don't mind these, BUT I haven't seen any change in my skin and they are pretty expensive at $29.95 full priced (around 50c per tiny round wipe). I don't regret buying these on sale but I think for the results these aren't worth the $30.

Nip + Fab Skin Glycolic Fix Overnight Purifying Gel: This is an overnight gel serum that is designed to unclog pores and purify the skin and contains glycolic acid, salicylic acid and niacinamide (anti-inflammatory and reduces the production of sebum). The concept of this is great but I must admit that it was my least favourite product of the four. Firstly this didn't give any noticeable results and secondly I didn't like using it. When I apply a serum or face cream I tend to always get some on my lips... which I never normally notice. With this product I could tell when I got it on my lips because it had a really odd taste and feel... it almost felt like I got deodorant in my mouth (yes that sounds strange but if you have ever tasted deodorant you will know what I am talking about). For the price tag of $34.95 I didn't love this and it's the one product of the four that I wish I didn't buy.

Overall I like this range, there is one product that I love and will buy time and time again, two products that I liked and one I didn't like.... I would say that evens out to an overall like.

You can check out more from this range at Priceline. I do recommend checking out Nip + Fab if you like good and generally affordable skincare.


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I have fallen in love this month... no, it's not with a guy, it's with a palette!

I have heard so much hype about the quality of Zoeva palettes and brushes and when I went to purchase some from Sephora Melbourne, they were sold out. When I saw that Beauty Bay stocked Zoeva (and for cheaper than Sephora) I had to place an order. I purchased the new Zoeva Nude Spectrum Palette as well as the Cocoa Blend Palette and the Rose Golden Palette (reviews coming soon).

The Zoeva Nude Spectrum Palette is from the new line released from Zoeva that contains three eyeshadow palettes (Nude, Warm and Cool) and I believe three blush palettes.

This Spectrum range is not yet available in Australia but you can buy it from Beauty Bay which is an international site and has free shipping on orders over $30 (it took around 2 weeks to arrive). This palette cost me $48.10 (I think it might vary slightly depending on conversion rates at the time you place your order) and the other Zoeva palettes I bought cost around $27 each from Beauty Bay (they retail from Sephora Australia for $39 each). If you are happy to wait 2 weeks for your order I do encourage you to buy your Zoeva from Beauty Bay as you will be saving a lot of money.

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Onto the packaging. This is a very thin black matte cardboard palette with rose gold lettering and a holographic line down the outside (which I admit is pretty damn cool). The box that this comes in has the exact same design on it. I think the packaging is really classy looking but the matte rubberised cardboard does have a tendency to look very grubby after using it a few times.

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You can see that inside the palette there isn't a mirror or a brush, its just the 15 eyeshadows set into a shiny gun metal grey cardboard that once again has holographic detailing. The palette is very light weight and minimal, but I am definitely missing the mirror in the lid.

The names of each shade is printed in small letters above the pan and they go from ND010 through to ND150. It appears that this is designed to be opened more like a book and have five rows of three shades rather than opened like a traditional palette where you would see this as being three rows of five shades.

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There are 15 shades and they each contain 1.5 grams of product each (same as a MAC eyeshadow), so for under $50 this palette is great value.

Even though this is the nude version of the three spectrum palettes, it is still very warm toned when it comes to the shade range. The predominant shade in this palette seems to be variations of bronze with only a couple of cooler shades (one taupe/purple matte and one taupe bronze). There five matte shades and the rest are more of a metallic finish.

Even though these are supposed to be read in rows of threes, I am going to swatch the rows in the way that the above photo is shown.

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ND130, ND100, ND070, ND040, ND010
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ND140, ND110, ND080, ND050, ND020
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ND150, ND130, ND090, ND060, ND030
 
I'm not going to describe each shade, but you can see that overall the pigmentation is really nice! The shimmery shades are definitely better than the matte shades when it comes to pigmentation, but the matte shades are still bendable and buildable. Some of the shimmery shades are a little soft and can cause fall out, but it's just a side effect for having such buttery shades.

Like I said earlier, this palette does mainly contain warm shades with the overwhelming majority of shades being variations of bronzes - gold bronze, copper bronze, taupe bronze, rosy bronze etc. BUT I love bronze shades so I am obsessed with the shades in this palette. It also has some fun pops of colour (red copper, bold gold), highlight shades and deeper shades. I would have loved to see a medium warm matte crease colour and maybe a deeper shimmery shade (shimmery chocolate or plum) but overall I think the shades are fantastic and this is very close to being a perfect palette for me.

If you love bronze shades and tend to reach for them on a daily basis then I HIGHLY recommend this palette as the shades are great, the quality of the shadows are beautiful and the price point is fantastic! If this all looks too same same for you then check out the Cool Spectrum Palette or the Warm Spectrum Palette for a bit more variety in the shades.


ZOEVA Nude Spectrum Palette - Review & swatches

February 22, 2016

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I have fallen in love this month... no, it's not with a guy, it's with a palette!

I have heard so much hype about the quality of Zoeva palettes and brushes and when I went to purchase some from Sephora Melbourne, they were sold out. When I saw that Beauty Bay stocked Zoeva (and for cheaper than Sephora) I had to place an order. I purchased the new Zoeva Nude Spectrum Palette as well as the Cocoa Blend Palette and the Rose Golden Palette (reviews coming soon).

The Zoeva Nude Spectrum Palette is from the new line released from Zoeva that contains three eyeshadow palettes (Nude, Warm and Cool) and I believe three blush palettes.

This Spectrum range is not yet available in Australia but you can buy it from Beauty Bay which is an international site and has free shipping on orders over $30 (it took around 2 weeks to arrive). This palette cost me $48.10 (I think it might vary slightly depending on conversion rates at the time you place your order) and the other Zoeva palettes I bought cost around $27 each from Beauty Bay (they retail from Sephora Australia for $39 each). If you are happy to wait 2 weeks for your order I do encourage you to buy your Zoeva from Beauty Bay as you will be saving a lot of money.

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Onto the packaging. This is a very thin black matte cardboard palette with rose gold lettering and a holographic line down the outside (which I admit is pretty damn cool). The box that this comes in has the exact same design on it. I think the packaging is really classy looking but the matte rubberised cardboard does have a tendency to look very grubby after using it a few times.

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You can see that inside the palette there isn't a mirror or a brush, its just the 15 eyeshadows set into a shiny gun metal grey cardboard that once again has holographic detailing. The palette is very light weight and minimal, but I am definitely missing the mirror in the lid.

The names of each shade is printed in small letters above the pan and they go from ND010 through to ND150. It appears that this is designed to be opened more like a book and have five rows of three shades rather than opened like a traditional palette where you would see this as being three rows of five shades.

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There are 15 shades and they each contain 1.5 grams of product each (same as a MAC eyeshadow), so for under $50 this palette is great value.

Even though this is the nude version of the three spectrum palettes, it is still very warm toned when it comes to the shade range. The predominant shade in this palette seems to be variations of bronze with only a couple of cooler shades (one taupe/purple matte and one taupe bronze). There five matte shades and the rest are more of a metallic finish.

Even though these are supposed to be read in rows of threes, I am going to swatch the rows in the way that the above photo is shown.

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ND130, ND100, ND070, ND040, ND010
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ND140, ND110, ND080, ND050, ND020
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ND150, ND130, ND090, ND060, ND030
 
I'm not going to describe each shade, but you can see that overall the pigmentation is really nice! The shimmery shades are definitely better than the matte shades when it comes to pigmentation, but the matte shades are still bendable and buildable. Some of the shimmery shades are a little soft and can cause fall out, but it's just a side effect for having such buttery shades.

Like I said earlier, this palette does mainly contain warm shades with the overwhelming majority of shades being variations of bronzes - gold bronze, copper bronze, taupe bronze, rosy bronze etc. BUT I love bronze shades so I am obsessed with the shades in this palette. It also has some fun pops of colour (red copper, bold gold), highlight shades and deeper shades. I would have loved to see a medium warm matte crease colour and maybe a deeper shimmery shade (shimmery chocolate or plum) but overall I think the shades are fantastic and this is very close to being a perfect palette for me.

If you love bronze shades and tend to reach for them on a daily basis then I HIGHLY recommend this palette as the shades are great, the quality of the shadows are beautiful and the price point is fantastic! If this all looks too same same for you then check out the Cool Spectrum Palette or the Warm Spectrum Palette for a bit more variety in the shades.


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I am actually really excited to review the new lipstick offering from Rimmel. These are the Rimmel The Only 1 Lipsticks and they have just been released in Australia. There are 12 shades available in Australia and the US, and 15 shades in the UK. You can buy these in Priceline in Australia and they retail for $15.99 each.

These are called "the only one" lipstick because they claim to provide COLOUR, COMFORT, MOISTURE and WEAR... we'll see if they live up to the claims!

I was sent these six shades for review and, even though these aren't necessarily the shades I would have picked for myself, I can tell you that I will be picking up some more very soon!

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The packaging is a black shiny plastic tube that slightly flares out and has a slanted lid. The packaging also has a coloured band that shows the shade of the lipstick pretty accurately. I love this detail because it makes it so much easier finding the right shade if you have a few of these lipsticks. The sticker on the bottom shows the shade name and is also coloured similarly to the lipstick shade. The combination of the shiny black plastic, the silver metal tube and the coloured band looks quite classic and sleek.

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The bullet itself is a flat slanted shape and it isn't my favourite. I find that it isn't as precise when applying the lipstick and you can accidentally overdraw the lipstick.

The lipstick has a strong sweet fragrance that smells to me like sour watermelon lollies (candy/sweets). I personally quite like the scent but I can see the scent polarising people. The scent only lingers for a minute or two and then disappears.

The formula of this lipstick is quite unique. It applies very wet and slippery and gives the impression that it may transfer and smear, but after a couple of minutes the lipstick sets and settles to more of a shiny finish with a slight tacky feel. This lipstick has great pigmentation (the darker/brighter shades more so than the lighter shades) and it last for hours! I was so surprised at how well this lasted since creamy lipsticks generally wear off really quickly on me (hence my love affair with mattes). These also don't dry out your lips so you can comfortably wear them all day without any issue. I found that I could apply one of these lipsticks in the morning, I would need to reapply after lunch and then that will last until dinner - PERFECT!

One last thing to note is that the darker/brighter shades do tend to stain slightly... but hey, that adds to the longevity of the colour.

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The shades I got were predominantly pinks (which aren't really my thing) but you can see from the swatches above that the colours are quite bold and they apply pretty evenly.

110 Pink A Punch is a vibrant (almost neon) yellow toned pink with a cream finish. This shade is not for the faint hearted but it's a very fun shade and it applies and lasts really well.
120 You're All Mine is a typical pink. It's a mid toned pink with a cream finish and... well... it would suit people who like basic pink lipsticks.
200 It's A Keeper is a pinky mauve nude that is less opaque than some of the other shades and also has some fine silver shimmer in it which gives it a more metallic/frosty look on lips which I don't love.
300 Listen Up is a vibrant raspberry deep pink.
610 Cheeky Coral is probably my favourite of the three (can you tell I am more of an orange/red lipstick lover?). This is a neon coral red that has a cream finish. This has a very similar bold and pigmented application as 110 Pink A Punch.
700 Naughty Nude is the most "true" nude of the six that I have. This still looks quite rosy on the lips and will suit most people. I think this has a slight shimmer to it as well, but it's no where near as noticeable as 200 It's A Keeper. This probably has the worst pigmentation, but it is buildable.

Overall I am actually very impressed with this new lipstick line by Rimmel. Does it live up to the claims of COLOUR, COMFORT, MOISTURE and WEAR? Yes, yes it actually does! Well done Rimmel!

I will definitely be picking up a few reds and berries when I am next at Priceline!


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Note: this post contains products that was sent to me as a press sample. My review is based 100% on my own opinion

Rimmel The Only 1 Lipsticks

February 18, 2016

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I am actually really excited to review the new lipstick offering from Rimmel. These are the Rimmel The Only 1 Lipsticks and they have just been released in Australia. There are 12 shades available in Australia and the US, and 15 shades in the UK. You can buy these in Priceline in Australia and they retail for $15.99 each.

These are called "the only one" lipstick because they claim to provide COLOUR, COMFORT, MOISTURE and WEAR... we'll see if they live up to the claims!

I was sent these six shades for review and, even though these aren't necessarily the shades I would have picked for myself, I can tell you that I will be picking up some more very soon!

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The packaging is a black shiny plastic tube that slightly flares out and has a slanted lid. The packaging also has a coloured band that shows the shade of the lipstick pretty accurately. I love this detail because it makes it so much easier finding the right shade if you have a few of these lipsticks. The sticker on the bottom shows the shade name and is also coloured similarly to the lipstick shade. The combination of the shiny black plastic, the silver metal tube and the coloured band looks quite classic and sleek.

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The bullet itself is a flat slanted shape and it isn't my favourite. I find that it isn't as precise when applying the lipstick and you can accidentally overdraw the lipstick.

The lipstick has a strong sweet fragrance that smells to me like sour watermelon lollies (candy/sweets). I personally quite like the scent but I can see the scent polarising people. The scent only lingers for a minute or two and then disappears.

The formula of this lipstick is quite unique. It applies very wet and slippery and gives the impression that it may transfer and smear, but after a couple of minutes the lipstick sets and settles to more of a shiny finish with a slight tacky feel. This lipstick has great pigmentation (the darker/brighter shades more so than the lighter shades) and it last for hours! I was so surprised at how well this lasted since creamy lipsticks generally wear off really quickly on me (hence my love affair with mattes). These also don't dry out your lips so you can comfortably wear them all day without any issue. I found that I could apply one of these lipsticks in the morning, I would need to reapply after lunch and then that will last until dinner - PERFECT!

One last thing to note is that the darker/brighter shades do tend to stain slightly... but hey, that adds to the longevity of the colour.

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The shades I got were predominantly pinks (which aren't really my thing) but you can see from the swatches above that the colours are quite bold and they apply pretty evenly.

110 Pink A Punch is a vibrant (almost neon) yellow toned pink with a cream finish. This shade is not for the faint hearted but it's a very fun shade and it applies and lasts really well.
120 You're All Mine is a typical pink. It's a mid toned pink with a cream finish and... well... it would suit people who like basic pink lipsticks.
200 It's A Keeper is a pinky mauve nude that is less opaque than some of the other shades and also has some fine silver shimmer in it which gives it a more metallic/frosty look on lips which I don't love.
300 Listen Up is a vibrant raspberry deep pink.
610 Cheeky Coral is probably my favourite of the three (can you tell I am more of an orange/red lipstick lover?). This is a neon coral red that has a cream finish. This has a very similar bold and pigmented application as 110 Pink A Punch.
700 Naughty Nude is the most "true" nude of the six that I have. This still looks quite rosy on the lips and will suit most people. I think this has a slight shimmer to it as well, but it's no where near as noticeable as 200 It's A Keeper. This probably has the worst pigmentation, but it is buildable.

Overall I am actually very impressed with this new lipstick line by Rimmel. Does it live up to the claims of COLOUR, COMFORT, MOISTURE and WEAR? Yes, yes it actually does! Well done Rimmel!

I will definitely be picking up a few reds and berries when I am next at Priceline!


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Hey haircare lovers! I thought I would share with you the contents of the current Priceline haircare bag. This was released last week at Priceline and is available until 24 February or until stock runs out.

To be eligible to get this bag a;; you need to do is spend $40 or more on the participating haircare brands (and most of them are currently 30% off at Priceline) and you get this bag valued at over $200.

The participating brands are OGX, Crema Color, Garnier, Elvive, Kardashian Beauty, Pantine, Cedel, Batiste, Hask, Marc Anthony, Lady Jayne, Scunci, Schwarzkopf, Revlon Color Silk, John Frieda, Alchemy, Just For Men and Napro Palette.

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You can see everything I got in the bag above. Most of the products contained in the bag are hair treatments and there are also some great vouchers that allow you to pick up free hair dyes (which is great because you can pick your own colour).

If you were in need of some haircare then this is the time to buy some! I didn't need many haircare products so I went to Priceline with my mum and we bought a few things each and will share the bag.

Check out more details at Priceline.  

Priceline Haircare Gift Bag 2016

February 17, 2016

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Hey haircare lovers! I thought I would share with you the contents of the current Priceline haircare bag. This was released last week at Priceline and is available until 24 February or until stock runs out.

To be eligible to get this bag a;; you need to do is spend $40 or more on the participating haircare brands (and most of them are currently 30% off at Priceline) and you get this bag valued at over $200.

The participating brands are OGX, Crema Color, Garnier, Elvive, Kardashian Beauty, Pantine, Cedel, Batiste, Hask, Marc Anthony, Lady Jayne, Scunci, Schwarzkopf, Revlon Color Silk, John Frieda, Alchemy, Just For Men and Napro Palette.

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You can see everything I got in the bag above. Most of the products contained in the bag are hair treatments and there are also some great vouchers that allow you to pick up free hair dyes (which is great because you can pick your own colour).

If you were in need of some haircare then this is the time to buy some! I didn't need many haircare products so I went to Priceline with my mum and we bought a few things each and will share the bag.

Check out more details at Priceline.  

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Beauty news is up again for the second half of February. Check out the video below and all of the photos shown in the video.


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BEAUTY NEWS - February 2016 Part 2

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Beauty news is up again for the second half of February. Check out the video below and all of the photos shown in the video.


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