29/11/2013

Starting Off: Bronzer

Bronzer is something I don't tend to use. I own one in a Sleek palette - so as you could guess this is going to be a fairly short post. I was considering not doing this post, but I decided to just go ahead with it. I like how bronzer looks on other people, but I can never seem to master it. I end up looking like I've had a fight in some mud, not cool.
Bronzer is basically used to give people that summer sun kissed glowy look all year round. I envy those of you who can pull off bronzer. When I use bronzer I use it purely for contouring my cheeks. I bought the Sleek face form kit purely to try out contouring, and when I do contour I love how it looks. When applying, I start off the application by sucking my cheeks in and making a little fishy face. After I've found the area I'm applying it I stop sucking in my cheeks and blend away. I tend to only bring it down a little, otherwise I look a little silly. I don't usually take it any further down than where the apples of my cheeks is. That is the only place that I apply bronzer but you can if you want apply it on your temples, your hair line and your jaw - essentially any where the sun would naturally hit you.
Remember to go in lightly, and if needed then you can add more. Trying to rectify a heavy hand will be harder than gradually adding more. When applying, I use my Real Techniques contour brush, it just creates such a lovely effect - something I don't think a big fluffy brush could.

Are you a fan of applying bronzer? 

27/11/2013

#TheWinterProject Week 3 | Winter Scent

I'm late, I'm so very late! Apologies for the lateness of this post.
I'm going to take the candle approach for this post - since I don't have particular fragrances for different seasons. I mostly love candles that just look wintery, I'm a sucker for things that symbolise winter.
The one in the picture above was one I bought recently, £1.50 from Wilko it smells quite spicey - but really nice. I'm not usually a fan of spice but I love this one.

Next up are candles I'm actually currently burning - so don't look good enough to photograph so I will be using internet ones.

 Both of these candles pretty much symbolise winter for me - love dem to bits. The smell sweet and lovely. They are both Red - like Santas jacket and fill the whole room up with the most amazing smell.

Sorry this post is so short and late.
What do you love candle wise for winter?


26/11/2013

Soap and Glory Serum and Night Cream


Todays post is slightly different from what I usually do. Recently ( not really now this post has gone up) my mum bought herself a couple of soap and glory face products, they seemed really pretty so I thought I would do a little post on them. My mum tkaes pretty good care of her skin, always has and probably always will. She has tried so many facial creams that claim to show results and so far has only found one that she feels has made a difference to her skin. The other day we spotted a Soap and Gory stand, everything on it had been reduced - I got one thing and my mum got two.
The two items she got were Wish Upon A Jar night cream and Make Yourself Youthful 2 Super Serum. I don' think my mum has ever used a serum before, so this is a new step in her routine. She bought the night cream since the one she currently uses - No7 Lift and Luminate - is almost finished. The packaging looks really lovely, box and product.





Look how beautiful Wish Upon A Jar looks!! The night cream claims to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, increases elasticity, firms and smooths skin. This is £16 full price in Boots. On the Boots website they say "A potent anti-aging mix of tetrapeptides, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and oxygen boosters... it brightens, lifts, smooths away wrinkles, and leaves your face looking radiant."" My mum has been using this for 3 or 4 days and I have to say my mums skin looks more even, brighter and more radiant  than usual. Even if all it does is leave your skin looking lovely and healthy I think it would be worth it.


She also picked up Make Yourself Youthful Super Serum. There was another serum there, but this one was a Super Serum so y'know best to go for the super one. This serum claims to smooth the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles, rehydrate, firm and tone, boost collagen, increase skin elasticity, re-energize tired-skin, battle free radicals and correct uneven skin tone. That is a heck of a lot of things! From what I remember in Chemistry class, free radicals are really harmful to the skin and speed up the ageing process. Antioxidants are needed in any skincare routine and in the diet. This probably is contributing to my mums lovely looking skin - even after only 4 or so days. Apparently after 30 days her skin should be lovely firmer and generally just better looking. The Serum is £20 full price - I think we got it for £13. 
Both products are very lightly scented, they smell fresh and a little sweet. The night cream is quite thick, so you only need a little of it, so it should last quite a while. 
My mum does really like this and does think that her skin looks better since using it, the words younger, fresh and healthy came up in her description of it. 

I think my mum is planning on buying some more of Soap and Glorys skin care ( she has repurchsed the Serum, it seemed to run out rather quickly...)

24/11/2013

Christmas Gift Guide/Ideas | Stocking Fillers

When I wake up on Christmas morning, the first thing I do is grab my rather large stocking and take it up stairs to open it with my mum and brother on my mums bed. This is just something we have done for as long as I can remember, and I don't think we're going to stop any time soon.
My opinion on a stocking filler is anything small, and priced below £15. To my mum that usually means little things like socks, toothbrush, pyjamas, "smellies" (as my mum would call it), face masks, chocolate and other smallish beauty items. For my friends this year I'm doing the whole stocking type presents. So that will mean they get lots of little cute things to open. I really hope they don't suddenly decide to read my blog - other wise their Christmas is going to be ruined., well not ruined but it wont be nearly as surprising. 
This little gift idea post will heavily feature Boots and I think I might even take myself to Lush for a few of their Christmas bits to add in here.
First up from Boots is a brand whose gifts I really don't think you can go wrong with. And that brand is Soap and Glory. Soap and Glory have something for all price ranges, so be you only looking to spend around a fiver or upwards of £30 - they have something for you.
At the lower end of the price range I have the Soap and Glory Good, Butter, Best Gift Set. This costs £8 and I bought this for one of my friends so they can try out a few of S&G's body butters without having to buy the full sized ones first. This little set comes with The Righteous Butter, Sugar Crush body butter and Butter Yourself.
Since this is a stocking filler gift guide, the higher range sets aren't really what I would call stocking filler material. So I think I might skip over the other things from S&G, the only other thing I would maybe consider putting in a stocking from Soap and Glory is their Washful Thinking set - a hand wash and a moisturiser. Little sets like this are really cute I think, and most brands offer something similar to this.
Another thing I've bought for my friends is bath salts. I've got some for both my friends from two different brands. One from Betty and Walter, these smell seriously good. The tub is huuuuge as well, such good value for £6 - it also comes with a cute little scoop. The other bath salts are from Laura Ashley, they also cost £6 but the amount you get makes it less value for money than the Betty and Walters one. The packaging is really cute though - that's probably what you're paying for.
This is fast becoming a very wordy post.
The last thing I'm going to add to this quite wordy post is something no Christmas Stocking can be without. That is of course socks! I love socks, and these are the cutest darn things ever! These sock baubles are the cutest things ever and they cost £5 each. They come in two different designs - one with penguins and the other with Rudolf on them.
Other things I plan on putting in my friends stockings is things like sweeties, nail polish, face masks and other things like that. 
I hope this post was interesting to you. 
What are you going to be getting your friends and family this year?

23/11/2013

Starting Off: Foundation

Foundation. The thing most people start off with when doing their make-up. It's applied all over the face to even out any uneven skin tone and hide away blemishes and other imperfections. Some days your skin might be good enough that you don't require to wear any foundation, in that case lucky you. If you have lovely skin, please don't wear foundation until you absolutely need to, otherwise you could end up making your skin sad. Foundation comes in different types: liquid, cream, gel, moose ect. Each type of foundation tends to suit certain skin types better than others - but that doesn't mean you can't try it out.
When trying to match your self to a foundation take someone with you, for me my mum is the person I take - she is brutally honest so will tell me if it is too dark or too light. Sometimes a friend won't be as honest about the colour as someone like your mum would be. The absolute easiest way to get a really good matching foundation is to go to a beauty counter and ask for their help. They will match your skin ( almost perfectly) and find the right type of foundation for your skin. The down side to this is that the foundations at these counters are usually £20 upwards. And of course if you are buying your very first foundation, you probably wont want to pay that much for a foundation. Brands like Rimmel and Bourjois don't have people specifically to help you find one to suit your skin, so you have to find the colour yourself. I find the best way to do this is - at least this is the best way for me - to put the foundation options on the back of my hand then the best two, I test on my jaw line. Two little stripes side by side will let you see which is the best match for your skin.
Another thing you might want to consider is what type of coverage you want. Sheer, medium or full. I personally like a medium to full coverage, as I have a fair few spots and a little redness. If you have really good skin you'll probably prefer a sheer coverage. Also, depending on how the foundations feel on your skin will depend on what ones you prefer. Some people don't like the feeling of medium to full coverage foundations on their skin. It's really all down to personal preference - and when your just starting out, that unfortunately means trying out lots of different ones and seeing how you get on.
I've tried a few foundations in my time, and currently I own 3 foundations and one BB cream. The most expensive foundation I own being by Benefit, and the cheapest is my Maybelline BB cream. My favourite foundation being by Lord & Berry, oh my days. This is a cream foundation, 50 ml and has a medium build-able coverage. It is also the best natural looking foundation I have ever used.

What is your must have foundation? 

22/11/2013

Jacket: Topshop. Scarf: ASOS. Jumper: Urban Outfitters. Crop Top: Topshop. Jeans: Topshop. Shoes: H&M
I just thought I would do a really quick little outfit post, this is what I wore the other day to University. Its warm, comfy, reasonably stylish and I think it looks kind of nice. 

Would you like to see more outfit posts? 

21/11/2013

#TheWinterProject Week 2 | Favourite Winter Accessory

I'm really late with this post, sorry - work and University take prime place over my blog. So this is the second week of The Winter Project, and the topic this week is all about the accessory's we love for the winter time.
I don't ever really wear any jewellery or any other accessory's during the warmer months. The winter months is the only time when I accessories in any way. Scarves, gloves and hats are really the only accessories I will wear in the winter and the only things I've gone out and bought so far is a couple of scarves. The one I love most is the one in the picture. It's long, soft, fluffy and super cosy. It keeps me really warm, and I love it so much - especially now the weather is getting really cold. It's from ASOS and it cost £16 - a little expensive, but y'know I'll wear it everyday and it keeps me really warm. 100% worth every penny.

Sorry that this post is quite short, but I hope you enjoyed anyway 

Christmas Bucket List | Tag

During one of the #bbloggers chats I asked for ideas of Christmas themed posts that I could try out. Dayna from http://adaynasaur.blogspot.co.uk/ tweeted me to say that she had created a TAG and I thought I would do that today. I love Winter and Christmas, best time of the year.
The tag is a pretty simple but fun one, all you do is make a list of things you'd like to do this season. You then make either one big post, or lots of small ones, about the completion of each activity - including pictures and stuff. The final step is to tag 5 bloggers to do this TAG.

My Christmas Bucket List:

  • Try a couple of Costa coffees festive drinks
  • Go Ice Skating in George Square
  • Bake a Christmas cake 
  • Watch a different Christmas movie (not ELF)
  • Wrap presents pretty and before the 7th of December
The people I tag to do this are: 


Hopefully I will do all these things, I'll let you know how I get on!

20/11/2013

Liebster Award #2

Hey everyone! So a few days I noticed that I had been nominated for what I think is my second or even maybe my third Liebster award. So a huge thank you to Paige for nominating me to do this!I was quite excited to do this, as I really like answering and reading these type of questions.
So, the rules are that each person that does this has to nominate 11 people who have less than 200 followers, and of course answer the questions they set. And then you set 11 questions for them to answer.
So on to the questions - which by the way were quite hard to figure out the answers for!!!

1. What is your favourite thing about blogging?
Ooooh, there are so many things that I love about blogging. One of the things I love the most is getting to talk to lots of different people, that I wouldn't usually be able to talk to. Oh - I also love being able to talk to uch about beauty and not be told to stop! :)
2. Do you prefer summer trends or autumn trends?

Autumn. Definitely Autumn. I don't like hot weather overly weather, I much prefer getting wrapped up warm and being all cosy.
3. What item of make up couldn't you live without?
I would have to say either Foundation or Mascara. Either one makes a look so much better, on bad skin days foundation. But I think foundation maybe has a bigger place in my life than foundation does.
4. What is your signature scent?
Signature scent as in perfume or as in candles? If its perfume I would say that Taylor Swifts Wonderstruck is the one, its really the only perfume that I own and wear. Candle wise I love anything Cherry scented.
5. Favourite clothing store?
I love Newlook just now, they have so many clothes that I love just now. Its all so purdy!!!
6. Must-have beauty product?
This seems like of like an earlier question. But I love lipstick, and I don't think I could not have a single lip colour in my collection.
7. Favourite lipstick?
Just now, my favourite lipstick is MAC Rebel :)
8. Where would be your ultimate place to go on holiday, and why?
I'd love to go to Sydney around Christmas time. I'm not sure why, but I've wanted to go for so long and I guess it would just be the holiday of a life time.
9. Why did you start blogging?
I started blogging as a way to talk about beauty and stuff with out my family telling me to shhh.
10. Who do you look up to? (Can be fashion idol, family etc)
Ummmm. I'm not really sure. I loved Miley Cyrus for her style and I think Jennifer Lawrence is such a lovely person and is a good role model.
11. Name your top 5 wardrobe essentials... 
High Waisted Jeans. Cozy Jumpers. Boots. Skater Skirts. Vneck Tops.


I don't actually have anyone I can tag to do this, since I've already tagged all the people in a previous post.
But I hope you enjoyed this and I'll talk to you later!

19/11/2013

Spending Ban - Final update!

So my 50 day spending ban is now officially over. I've done pretty well I think, and in the last few weeks I haven't spent very much. Over the last few days, I've only spent money on winter running tights. I want to get into running - but the exercise bottoms I have aren't very winter appropriate. I've not bought myself a good pair of trainers yet, but they will be going on my list if I keep at the running.
I've not really had much time to do much shopping recently since straight after University on Tuesdays and Wednesdays I go to work - Mondays I don't go into town at all and Thursdays and Fridays I'm to tired to want to go shopping. So yeah, not much shopping has been done.
I did however take advantage of the Boots points event last week, nothing was for me it was all presents - I promise. Theres another event in a week or two so I think I'll be getting more prezzies then as well.

Hope you have a good week!!

18/11/2013

#TheWinterProject Week 1 | Favourite Winter Nail Polish


On twitter I noticed a couple of people talking about The Winter Project, I love series type posts so I jumped at the chance to take part in this. I quickly emailed Kellie about taking part, and now here I am getting waaaaay to excited to join in with this. Winter is definitely my favourite time of year, I love the cold weather and of course CHRISTMAS!! So every Tuesday at 6pm I will be posting the weeks topic from the Winter Project.
So I missed out last week, so both week one and week two will be going up within days of each other. This is for week one and I'll be talking about the nail polishes I love most for winter time. I love dark reds, purples and blues for winter time. I've yet to get myself a lovely blue for this year, but I think I'll find one soon. I love dark polishes all year round, they tend to look better on my nails than pastels and bright nail polishes do.
So first up is by Nails inc and it is in the colour Piccadilly Circus. I got this ages ago free in a magazine, its such a lovely deep dark pink/red colour.
Next up is by Rimmel and its in the shade Black Cherries. My bottle of this is starting to run out, so I'm going to have to go and get myself a new bottle. This is a really dark red/purple, that looks almost black in some lights. The polish is really thick so you could easily get away with only one coat. It lasts a good 5 days without chipping, I really love this colour!
My final favourite is one of Barry M's new matte colours. I have the colour crush and I love it so much already. It doesn't have the best lasting ability, but the colour is so cool and the finish is so lovely.

Hope you enjoyed this post. And I'll see you in the next one!

Giveaway! Wandering between 50 and 100

Howdy everyone!
The title to this post is a little silly, but I thought calling it 'Giveaway' was a little boring. And since I haven't quite reached 100 followers, but made my goal of 50, that I would call it what I have.
But anyway, I reached 50 followers on both bloglovin' and GFC last month and I wanted to say a little thank you for supporting me. So I thought, to thank you I would do a little giveaway, and not just any giveaway - a little MAC giveaway.
The prize someone can win will be either a MAC lipstick of your choice or a MAC eyeshadow of their choice. From what I have of MAC I love it and I thought that giving someone the chance to win something by this amazing - be it slightly expensive - brand would make a good giveaway.
P.S If anyone would like to help a gal out and like my facebook page? You can click right here.
This giveaway will be open internationally and will run for approximately a month, I hope to have the item shipped out to the winner so they have it in time for Christmas.
Goodluck.



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Enjoy, and may the odds be ever in your favour. 
I do love the hunger games :) 

17/11/2013

MAC Rebel Lipstick

Last week (probably not last week by the time this post goes live..)I woke to a tweet from Zoe telling me I had won her 100 subscriber giveaway, where I won a MAC lipstick of my choice. I decided I'd quite like to try Rebel, so went for that one. Since it arrived I have basically been wearing it non stop. I love it so much! I was they type of girl before that couldn't see how people could justify spending so much on a lipstick - but now I'm converted and all I want is more and more of their lipsticks.  
The colour on the bullet looks a lot more of a dark purple, but on my lips it looks more of a deep dark pink. This is a satin finish, but to be honest with you when I use my little lip brush to apply it, then it looks more on the matte side.
This lasts so long on the lips, I only really need to re-apply this once throughout the day and even then I don't really need to. I wore it to University on a day where I was in at 10am - so the lipstick was applied around 9am - and I finished at 5pm, the lipstick wasn't as dark and wasn't nearly as purpley looking but it was still there - it had gone more of a bright pink colour. This lipstick looks good on anyone, and I think I'm able to say this as my mum, aunt, cousin and I all tried this on and it looked good on all of us. And trust me when I say this, we all have a different skin tone - I'm pale and the rest are sort of tanned. I'm sorry I haven't got a post of me wearing this, but I'm sure there will be one on my Instagram somewhere.

I love this lipstick, what are your favourite MAC lipsticks?

16/11/2013

The 2013 Christmas TAG

Last week as I had a mental argument with myself on wither or not I should get up, I took to Blogger and Bloglovin' thinking that after I read a  few blogs I would get up - that kind of worked, but I mostly got up because my mum kept pestering me. I noticed Georgia from Makeup-Pixi3 had made another TAG, this time it was a Christmas one. I love Christmas, everything about it is amazing. I tend to prefer the colder weather to hot weather - I just can't cope with being hot and sticky, I'd much prefer to be cold wrapped up in several jumpers, gloves, hats and scarves. So after reading her questions, I couldn't help but do it. I am typing this now, the day she posted it - so a week before posting this.
I have to admit this year, I'm doing a pretty shoddy job of getting Christmas presents. Since last year I had most of mine bought by this time last year - I like being organized and avoiding the town like its the black plague at this time of year. I think I'm maybe less prepared this year because I don't have nearly as many people to buy presents for, over the next few weeks though I want to get plans for everyones presents and buy them before the end of the month. There is no way in hell I am going to try and go shopping in town during December. Anyhoo, enough about buying presents and town - lets get into the TAG!


1.  Do you prefer a real Christmas tree or synthetic?
I've never actually had a real tree, but I do love how they look. My mum has always gone for a synthetic one just down to the fact in the long run its cheaper - and it doesn't moult. I could never really see the prefect real tree so I've never pushed to have a real one. Maybe one day. 

2.  You're in a coffee shop, it's December, what do you pick?
Um, this is really the first year I've had lots of festive drinks, although last year my mum took me to Costa and I had their Black Forest Hot Chocolate. It was so yummy and I'll probably get that again this year, but I'd love to try new ones - so please tell me what ones you love :) 

3.  Whats your favourite colour scheme for decorating the tree?
Our Christmas trees tend to look like someone just threw decorations on it, theres not really a colour scheme but I'd love a dark purple and silver colour scheme - I saw it in a shop once and it looked so pretty.

4.  Giving or receiving?
Definitely giving. I'm the type of person that spends waaaay to much time looking out presents and makes pintrest boards dedicated to wrapping. Getting presents is great too, but nothing beats the look on someones face when you give them their present :) 

5.  To mince pie or not to?
Not. Everyone in my family loves mince pies, I personally just find them yucky and my mum ends up buying mince pies for her and my brother and little apple pies for me. 

6.  What's your traditional sunday lunch?
I wasn't 100% sure what this was asking - does that make me really dim? But I think this is about Christmas lunch/ dinner? If it is, what we eat on Christmas tends to change every year. Some times we have a buffet, other times its a traditional turkey dinner, with sprouts and pigs in blankets ect, last year though it was a pork roast we had - so random but thats what my aunt made :) I'm not a huge fan of turkey unless it is smothered in gravy,  I much prefer the buffet.

7.  Christmas day fashion
In the morning its just PJ's and lounging around. Is there a better way to chill out? For the family dinner, its usually quite a snazzy affair. My mum brother and I usually get a new outfit specifically for Christmas. That does however mean that I have 3 or 4 dresses that I've only worn once.

8.  What's your favourite Christmas song?
I don't have a favourite Christmas song as such, but I do love the pogues fairytale of new york. I hear it every year, and I love it. Its such a stupid song but its soooo good!

9.  What's your favourite Christmas film?
Again, I don't tend to watch many Christmas films but I do love ELF, I mean who doesn't?

10.  Open presents before or after lunch?
We don't have Christmas lunch, we do dinner. So we always open our presents before we eat - I love waking everyone up before the suns even up. I have always been one to get up around 7, I get waaaay to excited :) 

I'm not tagging anyone, but if you do this please let me know so I can read your answers

14/11/2013

Starting Off: Concealer

Concealer isn't something I tend to use, I just can't really be bothered with it. The only thing I really love concealer wise is the Seventeen Phowarr Paint, oh my.

There are two different types of concealers, under eye concealers and blemish concealers. Under eye concealers are used to hide and try and correct the look of tired looking eyes. Blemish concealers are basically used  just to hide any redness or spots that your foundation just cant manage to hide. I used to apply concealer after my foundation, but after watching videos on YouTube and seeing people put concealer on after I switched my order of application. Applying it afterwards also helps the concealer last slightly longer, especially when you put powder over it.
My favourite concealers are the Collection Lasting Finish for Blemishes and Seventeens Phowarr Paint for under eye circles.
This is a really short post since I cant really get excited about concealer.
Do you love concealer what are you favourites? 

13/11/2013

Halloween Blog Swap

Hello y'all! I'm just home from a long hard day at work, sigh, but when I got home I was welcomed by this little wonderful box of goodies. A little while back I signed up to do Jasmine's Halloween Swap, and I got paired up with Maddi from Dolce Beauty. Maddi is from Sydney Australia, and her blog is so lovely and I really enjoy reading it. I loved buying things for her and chatting to her along the way - shes going to be travelling to the UK soon and hopefully she comes to Scotland ( we can meet each other for reals!)
So I fell asleep, and I'm now finishing this a couple of days later.When I opened the box I was so happy, everything was so neatly packed, and it looked so lovely. What was inside was even more lovely. The Box, the wrapping, everything was so lovely and thoughtful!

  I feel bad that mine was so heavily wrapped in bubble wrap, sorry Maddi! Inside the box Maddi had written two little notes, one to read at the start and the other to read once everything had been opened ( it gave a little info about the items and her thoughts on them :) ) So now, lets get onto the swap items! :)
 One of the items Maddi sent me was an Australis Get the Look face palette. Maddi said in the second note that she uses this as her every day face. I've not yet used this, but the eye shadows look so pretty and the bronzer looks like a really good colour for my skin tone.

Another of the items was a Maybelline Colour Whisper. The one Maddi sent me was in the colour Lust For Blush, and I'll be honest when I first saw it I wasn't impressed with it - its not a colour I'd ever go for. But I tried it on today and oh my baby Jesus, this is a definite your lips but better colour. For days when I'm not really wanting to wear a bold lip but do want some kind of colour this will be prefect. 


Next up is an Australis concealer. I don't own a full coverage concealer - at least not one that works amazingly for me. I've not used this properly yet, but I tested the colour over a freckle and its a pretty heavy duty concealer - the colour is slightly to dark for me, but I think it will be okay once I have foundation and stuff on. I guess I'll just need to get myself a nice little tan - a holiday is needed I think.
I've wanted to try one of these for awhile now, I've never been 100% sure about what this is exactly for, but I've wanted to try it for so long. Maddi says this has a huge following in Australia, and is apparently a really good lip balm - yippee! My lips will have a saviour! It also says you can use this on cuts, scrapes and burns - so it seems like a huge wonder product.
Oh blusher. Why do I love you so much but never wear you? Why, oh why. This is such a beautiful colour, and I think I need to wear it every day. A beautiful pinky gold blusher, not so much perfect for the winter, but what the heck, why not wear these colours all year round?
Eye shadow is something I don't have a lot of, and I certainly don't have any super pretty colours like this one by essence. When I first swatched this I really didn't expect it to be as pigmented as it was, this is going to be such a lovely colour for a Christmas eye look - maybe even to use as a highlight colour or in the inner corner? So many plans for this lovely shadow.
One of the items I've use most is this Australis lip gloss. I would say that even though this is a gloss the colour it gives is just like a lip stick or a lip stain, its really moisturising and smells so bloody good! If your lucky enough to live in Australia go check these out - give them a long sniff. It also has SPF 30 in it, which will be nice in the Summer months when we get a little bit of sunshine.

I had so much fun talking to Maddi and getting to know her :) 
I hope to continue talking to you and maybe see you when you come to the UK.