Chanel Peridot Le Vernis Nail Colour Review

Hey guys, long time no post! I’ve been so busy I’ve not had time for any beauty treats. Luckily, it’s time to treat myself!

I was flicking through Elle magazine looking for some ideas for nail colours – I don’t have that many (honest!)- and saw they were recommending Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour in Peridot. It was just a small article about how to update your look for Spring/Summer ’12 and I thought why not? Chanel doesn’t usually disappoint me!

Chanel Le Vernis in Peridot


Lime Crime Opaque Lipstick Review!

Here’s another Lime Crime review, the last for now! But there will be more …

It’s the Opaque Lipstick in Centrifuchsia - “Deep, saturated fuchsia. This shade combines lipstick and lipstain for prolonged wear.”  I’ve heard great things about these lipsticks and a girl can never have too much lipstick, right?

The colour looks really dark in the tube, but I guess that’s because it’s really concentrated. It smells amazing, like MAC lipsticks do and it looks really glossy and moisturising. The colour goes on really evenly and really opaque which is great. The lipstick doesn’t let down on the moisturising front either so your lips don’t look dry and it isn’t matte at all. The colour is a really strong, bright purply pink, I guess this depends on your skin tone too.

I really love this lipstick, and I’m glad I gave it a chance and bought it. The lipstick/stain combination really works to make the colour last too!

Also if you’re in the UK, I would recommend buying off the Lime Crime website, I bought these three products from geniecosmetics, and although the delivery is very quick, when you work out postage from the US it’s not much cheaper. Plus you miss out on the cute packaging they send your stuff in!

The Opaque Lipsticks are $16 each (about £10) and Magic Dust Eyeshadow are $14 (about £9)

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Lime Crime Magic Dust And Candy Eyed Primer Review

I got some Lime Crime goodies earlier this month and I’ve finally managed to do a quick review of two of them – Magic Dust in Medusa and the Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Primer!

First off the Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Primer. It’s pretty much like a concealer, in appearance and in texture when you apply it. I’d recommend using your finger to apply it, simply because it is quite tacky and thick – but the tackiness does go away and I’m sure that’s what helps to keep your eyeshadow in place!

Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Helper Primer


Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette Review!

Hola! I was so excited when this came in the post, I thought I’d review it right away.

It’s a gorgeous product from Urban Decay and is perfect if you liked the first one. If you are a fan of the primer that came with the original Naked eyeshadows, you might be a bit disappointed, with the Naked 2 kit they have replaced this with a lipgloss – but this is still great, and compliments the eyeshadow shades perfectly!

L-R: Foxy, Half Baked, Bootycall, Chopper, Tease, Snakebite, Suspect, Pistol, Verve, YDK, Busted, Blackout.


Orly Manicure With A Twist!

Just a quick post! I did my nails last night, I tried to stick to a plain manicure but I had an overwhelming urge to put glitter into the mix. Always a good thing right?

Orly Manicure with VIP Tips

I just did the tips using Orly Mani Minis, first with a bit of silver using Tiara and then with VIP, finishing with OPI top coat. Giving my nails a nice break from coloured varnishes! Also the Mini range by Orly is a great way to try colours without buying the full size :)

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Lush Henna Hair Dye Review and Tutorial

Hey guys! I’m up early to dye my hair, so I thought I’d share this with you :) I don’t think that many people realise henna is used to dye hair … well I wasn’t too sure when I first tried! But it’s great, and it’s all natural, so no harmful chemicals going on your hair or your skin.

Lush Henna (Image from