Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Big Boots Haul

Big Boots Haul

Big Boots Haul

Big Boots Haul
I haven't had a big Boots splurge in ages so this was definitely brewing. I didn't go cray cray because I have done a lot of shopping recently but I did pick up a few bits and bobs. This is probably going to be my last haul for a while as I am putting myself on a spending ban until half term!
First up I've joined The Wet Brush (£11.99) hype, i've heard so many good reviews about these brushes so I had to try it (for the blog obvs). I have pretty long hair and it gets knotty so so easily, my hairdresser hates washing my hair as it always gets tangled in the sink so she recommended me this. I picked the beautiful floral design and I can't wait to try it properly. The other item I got that isn't make up was the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pad (£12.99)s which are basically exfoliating pads for your face. I saw Jamie Genevieve talking about these and saying how good they are and was seriously tempted. I've been exfoliating my skin so much recently and seeing a massive improvement so I'm hoping these will help improve my skin.
Makeup wise I wanted to try products that I'm missing from my collection such as a blemish concealer and brow gel. I headed straight to the Rimmel stand which is probably my favourite brand in my local boots. I picked up the Clear Brow Gel (£3.99), Highlighting Brow Pencil (£4.99), Kate Nude Lipstick in 48 (£5.49) and the Kate Contour Kit in Coral Glow (£4.99). It was 3 for 2 so I couldn't resist adding a few more bits than a brow gel into my basket. If you're following my Instagram (studentstylexo) you will know I'm loving highlighter so I was instantly drawn to the brow bone pencil. Again, the contour kit drew me in because I want to try a cheaper alternative and the blush shade in this is gorgeous. I'm also loving browny nude lipsticks and want to try a more hydrating version of Gerard Cosmetics Iced Mocha and this looked like quite a good match.
I picked up two bits from Seventeen as they had a buy one get one half price offer on. I wanted a new eyeshadow palette and the Easy on the Eye (£7.99)palette is just beautiful. It's a mix of shimmers, mattes, powders and creams which is really interesting for a drug store palette. I got sucked in by the offer and picked up the Let's Face It (£7.99) face palette which 2 concealers, a cream blush and a setting powder. It's a brilliant palette for travelling but it's one of those things that I don't know why I bought it. I have everything in it already! Finally I picked up a Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer (£3.99) I have mentioned so many times that I don't get on with this concealer but I really want to. I'm hoping now that my skin has changed slightly it might work better for me. Every blogger loves it and I need to understand the hype!


  1. I love the collection concealer, that eyeshadow palette looks very nice too x

    Zoe Mountford x

    1. I'm hoping I fall in love with it! The palette is just beautiful xo


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