Fragrance Direct Order

I placed an order on Fragrance Direct (link) last week. They sell not only fragrance but also make up and skincare with huge discounts. The postage was only £1.99 second class and the order came within 2 days! Great customer service. I will definitely be using them again. So here’s what I ordered:

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Sally Hansen Dry Kwik £1.50 (RRP £6.99)

Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish £1.49 (RRP £5.50)

Bourjois 1 Seconde Nail Polish £1.49 (RRP £5.50)

Sally Hansen Maximum Growth Polish £0.99 (RRP £7.50)

Essie Nail Polish £1.99 (RRP £7.99)

W7 Lipstick £0.75 (RRP £6)

W7 Lipstick £0.75 (RRP £6)

W7 Lipstick £0.75 (RRP £6)

W7 Lipstick £0.75 (RRP £6)

Calvin Klein Delicious Luxury Creme £1.99 (RRP £13.50)

Mavala Nail Polish £0.99 (RRP £3.75)

Dainty Doll Mineral Face Powder £2.99 (RRP £19.50)

Revlon Top Speed Nail Colour £0.99 (RRP £5.99)

Maybelline Colour Sensational Lipstick £1.99 (RRP £6.99)

Total £19.41 (RRP £107.21)

Yes really, I got over £100 worth of stuff for less than £20! I saved myself a total of £87.80 on the RRP!

So excited to test it all out! Have you tried any of these products? What did you think?

Love Lou xoxox

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MUA Foundation Review

I brought the new MUA matte perfection foundation on my last trip to Superdrug (along with a few new nail varnishes!). I chose the ‘fair’ colouring in the foundation as I am really pale! It cost £2 from Superdrug.

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On the MUA website it is described as:

“The perfect blend of skin care and make up, the Matte Perfect Shine Control Foundation leaves your skin with a flawless matte finish whilst keeping shine at bay all day. The light-weight formula evens and enhances your facial features without hiding the skin and the sheer soft hint of colour gives your skin a healthy dewy glow all day!” (link)

Personally, I found that it was thick and quite heavy compared to the usual light coverage that I wear. I guess this would not bother a lot of people but I do not like to feel like I have anything on my skin. When fully blended in it gave a nice coverage and evened my skin tone. You could still see my freckles through it but some how it still felt quite thick!

Here’s how it looked:

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I found that it blended well with my skin and the colour was a good match. Also, as stated, it does last all day and still looks good at the end of the day. It wasn’t 100% matte but did give a ‘dewy glow’ (as they describe) and definitely stopped my face looking shiny.

Overall, I think it is an excellent foundation for the price (only £2!) and therefore I would definitely recommend it to a friend if they were looking for a cheap everyday foundation. However, if you do not like to being able to feel your foundation on your skin, you should avoid this foundation.

Personally, I prefer my more expensive and better quality foundations from Clinique and Maybelline which are very light and you cannot feel on your skin. However, this is good as a cheap everyday alternative and I will definitely use it all up.

Have you tried this foundation? What do you think? What is your favourite foundation?

Love Lou xoxox