Thursday, 28 February 2013

Monthly Favourites | February

Hi guys, so it's that time of the month again when I get to share with you all the products I have been loving this month. And this is what I got...

So as you can probably see it's much smaller than my last favourites post (here).
To start with I have just one skincare thing, or two it depends I'll say one because they are basically the same, but yes it is the Superdrug Face Masks. They have 31 different face masks, well 25 sachet/packet ones and 5 tube ones. I have used these masks for such a long time now and all them different. The masks include, Peel Off, Calms,Purifying, Exfoliating, Invigorating, and more. I love these not only as they are a bargain 99p(!) and also smell beautiful, but for the price they genuinely work and leave my skin feeling soft, looking much healthier and of course it does depend on which packet or tube you buy, on what they will do for you skin, but every one that I have tried...I loved! Check them out if you haven't already.

L-R Mac Angel & Mac Rebel and Rimmel Exaggerate Lip Liner Eastend Snob

Moving onto Make-up now, and there isn't a lot (as you can see) but I've been pretty boring this month and just stuck to minimal make-up. I've had Mac Angel for a real long time, and it's a bit of a re-discovery really as I did go off it for a while because I thought the colour didn't particularly suit me, also sometimes the 'Frost' texture didn't feel very inviting on the lips so it stayed in my draw. However, since I discovered the Rimmel Exaggerate lip liner, shown in my 'Breaking the Bank' haul, together these are the perfect couple. They match really well as they are similar shades of pink, and i've just been wearing this combination a lot during the month. Again in this months favourites I'm still loving Mac Rebel, it's just so edgy and I like to wear this mainly in the night time. I really love the intensity of the purple and the finish.

Hands next. I suffer with pretty dry hands because of my job and cleaning products arer very irritating for the skin on my fingers, which leaves them pretty itchy and sore (horrible I know) I have got hand cream from the doctors but can only using twice a day, morning and night, so I try to keep them moisturised during the day. These are the trick! The Soap and Glory Hand Food is the main cream I use in the day it is a little love hate relationship as I don't like the smell but I love the end result. It sets into the skin quickly so I can get on with things with out slipping out of my hands or my hands being to soggy, and it just completely clears up my dry areas leaving them soft. The next one is Avon Silicone Glove Hand Cream (see local Avon representative for book) this protects your hands from house hold detergents, which I only use before I clean things especially at work, the products we use are the most irritating for my skin, and this just calms it right down so I don't leave work with red, inflamed, 'angry' hands. Again it soaks quickly in to the skin so can get straight on with cleaning.

Lastly is two fragrances. As you may have guessed I am very fond of the Kate Moss perfume..a lot. But I have re-purchased and re-purchased this spray so many times, and I have a full one I received for christmas still waiting to be used. But I just feel really feminine when I wear it, and my boyfriend likes it as it 'helps him to fall asleep' haha. I also really like the bottle it just looks pretty sitting up there on my shelf smelling amazing.
Next perfume is the Marc Jacobs 'Dot' also a gift from my other half this valentines day post here. Like the Kate Moss one I also feel pretty and feminine and girly when I sprits this,  the packaging is just awesome and really stands out on my little shelf I have going on. This smell is just a winner and I don't want to run out.

What were your favourites this month? 
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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

This Weeks Haul | Boots, H&M Superdrug

Last week and this week I swapped my Monday Haul's for something different but today I did a little bit of shopping and only picked up a few bits and bobs.

 I'll start by showing you the simple black dress that I picked up for £12.99 in H&M. I'm really loving simple maxi and midi dresses at the moment cause they are so simple and easy to style, and also I chose the black one for work at the bar, because I've worn all my clothes I like to grab myself something new for work every now and again. 

Also in H&M I saw these pretty gold rings which where only £2.99. I quite like H&M jewellery, but like the clothes I feel you have to be in H&M at the right king of time to find something that catches your eye sometimes. But yeah I chose these rings because I like that there is a lot of choice and I particularly like the black one in the middle with the aztec-y print. I should have picked up more as they have some quite cool jewellery in at moment.

Like most people I'm a big fan of the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub I have now got myself the S+G Sugar Crush Body Wash which was £6.50 from Boots (not bad for £500ml). I'm sure most of you have seen these around on a load of blogs and some may even own this yourselves. Also in Boots I was in the skin care isle and got myself the La Rouche-Posay Physiological Cleansing Milk £11.50 which is Paraben-free, soap-free and alcohol-free. Aimed at people for dry to very dry skin, so I can't wait to try this out and do a full review on this product.

Sticking with skin care, sorry for the side ways picture, but I was in Superdrug and at the moment they have a 4 for 3 deal on their 99p face masks, and I bought the Detoxifying Dead Sea Mineral Mask for a clearer, more vibrant complexion, De Stressing Mud Mask for a revived healthy-looking complexion, Apricot Exfoliating Mask for normal to dry skin, Deep Cleansing Fruit Mask for a youthful-looking radiant complexion, 2 of the Men's Invigorating Peel-Off Masks for an unltra clean refreshed complexion, White Chocolate Mousse Mask for normal to dry skinand the Sugar & Spice Self-Heating Mask which is ideal for all skin types. I can't rave about these masks enough for the incredibly cheap price the work really well.

Also from Superdrug I picked up the Sleek Corrector & Concealer palette which I have been hesitant to pick up for a while as I find it difficult to cover dark circles anyway so buying new concealers is hard, but I caved in an bought it anyway so I will try this out and give a review on it. Last from Superdrug I picked up the Collection Longer Lash lengthening Mascara as I havent got a new mascara for a while now and I'm getting a little bored if I'm honest and this was £2.99 so why not 'ey. I don't necessarily have a problem with length on my natural lashes but I like to enhance them. Lastly going back to Boots i grabbed myself the Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer in Ivory and this was £5.49 and I have seen Tanya Burr rave about this product so much and I just have to try it now so yes again I cant wait to try these products and let you know my thoughts on all of them.

If any of you have tried any of these products I'd love to see your opinions.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Review | MICA Bella Blusher 'Terra Cotta'

Hi everyone.
I have a review for you today on the MICA Bella Blusher in 'Terra Cotta' which is received in my first Glossy Box.

I had never heard of this brand before but the Cosmetic company is made of 100% natural mica, which is a crystal-like mineral, which allows the products to work with the natural oils in your skin find out more here.

 This blusher contains SPF15 and it fairly natural looking for my skin tone, because of the apricoty shade this blush is going to be nice for the summer time. 
So I used this blusher with the Real Techniques Stippling Brush in small circular motions and the powder is really light on the skin and in the pot looks quite scary but when applied to the skin it's quite medium colour but apply a small amount first and build on it. There is some shimmer but it isn't over powering and I only noticed it when I swatched it or looked at it in strong day light. Now that I have used this product and seen the colour on skin, I am really pleased with it the only downside is that the product is £34.95 and really I wouldn't pay that much for a blusher. Thats just me. 

I didn't use too much for the swatch but you can see what it looks like on a relatively fair skin tone, quite pretty. Also you can see a slight shimmer to it like I mentioned but it isn't too much it's basically quite matte. But again the colour is very flattering and pretty, as it's not orange on the skin but its not brown either, its just a nice warm apricot shade.

 The MICABella blush is the first mineral product I've used as I like my liquids and pressed powder blushes, but I think I have opened a new door, if you like, and will be trying out maybe some different mineral products in the future.

If you have tried any of the MICABella Cosmetics let me know in the comments because I would love to know what you think.


Thursday, 21 February 2013

Review | Nip + (not so)Fab CC Cream

So some of you may have seen in last haul here that I ordered and received the new Nip+Fab CC Cream, and if you haven't already guessed by the title it isn't a very positive review.

For those of you who might not know what a CC Cream is, it stands for Colour Correction  Cream. It is a similar concept to BB creams in that they protect from the sun, give coverage and and have a skin care benefit to them. 
So when I received this I was so psyched to try it out I couldn't wait, I was swatching it all day to make sure it would match and it wasn't too bad. The reason I chose this CC (colour correction) cream is because it ''provides 24 hour moisturisation'' and ''helps to tone + smooth the appearance of skin'' and ''hydrates'' which is what is stated on the tube.
Now when I tried it I actually found the product quite drying and actually clung onto dry patches on my skin leaving me looking quite cakey, also I found that as I was trying to blend with my fingers the product started to peel and flake off, however I did buff in just a tough of Mac Face & Body over the top which did seem to help wet the product and also help to blend more. The product does have good covereage in the area it wasn't peeling off of. It is very thick a similar consistency to my Lioele Triple the Solution BB Cream, ( but that is nothing like this product ).

I ordered the colour Light, as they only had either Light or Dark, but the colour is good as you can see in the picture its not orange at all when on the face and did match my skin tone when I did start to blend in. I have quite dry skin so I wouldn't recommend this product for dry prone skin at all, as it doesn't hydrate my skin at all I can feel it on the skin and it does feel dry it really isn't pleasant. Maybe I am using this product wrong, if you have tried this product and have dry prone skin and it works for you, let me know in the comments how you find it and how you use it.

Ok, as for a smoothing appearance of the skin, yes in some areas of the skin but as I stated already it sticks to dry ares of the skin, and actually stuck to a dry patch on my cheek which I have never noticed with any product before and never really felt either, odd. 
I do want to keep using this product in a way just because it cause me around £17.00 ordered online, and I've used it 3 times and am disappointed so far but maybe I will try using a brush next time or sponge. I shall keep you updated if I find a way.

If you have tried any other CC Creams let me know because I'd love to try some more. 

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Review | Dior BB Creme

No haul this week as I am saving my money for the weekend, but what I do have for you is my DiorSkin Nude BB Creme review.

I got a sample of this in a magazine in January (if I remember correctly) luckily in the correct shade 002. Nothing was going to stop be from buying this product in full size, not even the £30 price tag. I love/d this product because its so light weight on the skin and has such a wonderful, natural finish, with medium but buildable coverage. When I wore it I had quite a few compliments on how good my skin looked when I actually had a few red spots hiding underneath. I apply using fingers like my other BB Cream (Lioele Triple the Solution)
as I don't really like using a brush with BB cream, not really sure why. The only thing is that because I use my fingers and the packaging is so lovely, if I need a little more product I don't want to touch the tube because I don't want to get it dirty. Talking of packaging, it is the most luxurious product I have sitting in my draw and I think it looks pretty grown up. I love the mirror effect lid as its even more sleek. 

Also this product comes with a pump dispenser which is really handy as for £30 you don't really want to be wasting a good product, the pumps are quite small so I do find I need at least 3 to cover my face. I literally can not fault this product its soft on the skin, light, smells good, looks good, leaves me feeling very good too. I definitely will re-purchace this BB Creme if/when I run out.

So this was pretty short post post, if anyone else has tried this product let me know in the comments what you thought or leave links to your blog.


Sunday, 17 February 2013

My First Glossy Box

Yesterday I was sitting in the kitchen in my PJ's and the postman arrived with my first Glossy Box. I discovered Glossy Box on Youtube, watching video's of other girls opening theirs and showing what they got and I thought it was really cool, had to get my hands on it. I'm sure you have probably seen loads of videos and blog posts about these but for those of you who may not know what Glossy Box is, it is a monthly subscription service and you pay £10 a month (+P&P) and receive a cute little box filled with 5 sample sized products for you to try and of course if you like them you can purchase the full size product. Pretty cool. 

So this was the February box, really cute packaging and inside I got,

Micabella Mineral Blush Powder in 'MB-5 Terra Cotta' I've never heard of this brand before, it's a really pretty colour not one I would usually pick out for myself it is a little on the orangey brown side, but I'll happily give it whirl. Full size is £34.95 for 9g, thats a little much for a blusher.

MeMeMe 'Beat the Blues' in 'Pearl Pink' I've not tried anything from this brand as there never seems to be anything that stands out to me when I go to the stand in Superdrug, but this is a highlighter (full size £5.50 RRP) and its super pretty its a lot like the Benefit High Beam, so I'll definitely carry on using this.

 HelenE Moisturising Lipstick in 'Dusk' This really caught my eye because of how small it is, aren't things just cuter when they are small. The little things in life 'ey. The actual lipstick is really creamy and lovely, its a pretty warm shade, kind of like a brown purple(?) does that make sense? This product is also full size 3.5g which is £8.

Q 'The Fine Fragrance Body Spray this isn't really my kind of smell as is ''a blend of Rose and Bergamot.'' I would not really use this spray a lot which is disappointing. But it was another full size product which is 100ml £2.29.

Docteur Renaud Raspberry Soft Cream Again I've not heard of this brand, (any one would think I've been in hiding all my life!) but it is a face cream, which smells gorgeous, and is aimed for people with normal to dry-prone skin. I've used it already today in the morning and it really does hydrate your skin an leaves it really soft. Will 100% carry on using this product. £25 for 50ml and in the box we got 30ml.

and lastly was this really cute heart shaped GlossyBox Lolly. How sweet, I don't want to eat it, it's not that often you get a heard shaped lolly so the lolly pop is sitting on my desk looking pretty.

If you had a Glossy Box this month I'd love to see what you got, so leave a link to your blog post bellow and I'll go check it out. 


Friday, 15 February 2013

Valentines OOTD/OOTN

So yesterday was valentines day. I don't really understand it myself I suppose it's just another excuse to gift your loved ones and go out for dinner, which I have to say is nice. 
Anyway, I thought I would do a 2 in 1 type outfit post today as i wore different things in the day than the night, and show you what I had to eat.

The Morning.

 In the morning was gifts, and I received Marc Jacobs Dot perfume, as I showed in my haul post here, and I aso got a pretty pretty beige handbag from ASOS and a really sweet card. For the face: Mac Face & Body C20, Mac Ruby Woo lipstick, Sleek Waterproof Gel Eyeliner, Sleek Brow Kit Light, and Benefit Their Real mascara.
For the outfit I just wore my black beanie from New Look grey midi dress from BooHoo and my new coat which I ordered from Pretty Little Thing.

The Evening.

For the evening we went to a gorgeous southern Italian restaurant and they had a really pretty rose on each table with a tea light candle and served you first with a glass of  Prosecco wine with Grenadine. I chose to eat a brilliantly cooked beef shoulder with mash and vegetables and my boyfriend chose the duck with this potato thing(?) and vegetable as well, which was equally as amazing. My outfit of the night was of course the new handbag from ASOS, the grey midi skirt Topshop £20, top Topshop £26 and the blazer also Topshop £40 it was pretty thrown together last minute always in some sort of rush, lastly the shoes are from NewLook a white ago can't remember the price, sorry. After our lovely meal we popped into the bar we work to chill out and have a couple of drinks.

So thats was what I did for my valentines this year and I really enjoyed it. What did you guys get up to? I'd love to see your outfits of the night.


Wednesday, 13 February 2013

What are YOU Wearing?

Today's post is about a website/app, you may or may not have heard about Today I'm Wearing. 
This site is fashion sharing website that allows you to upload images of your daily outfits and you can also check out other peoples outfits too. It was made by the people behind Mail, YOU Magazine and Metro.
 What I find really cool is that you can tag what item you wearing, what kind of item it is i.e a Crop Top and you can also say how much it was and where it was from, plus you can shop that persons look through the tag they have given. Now I have noticed that not all people do tag but if you find that too then just pop a question into that persons comment box and hopefully they will write back. I really love the idea of people being able to show their style like this because its new, and different and I think its good for people who may watch youtube and read blogs but may not want to start their own channel or blog, so they can upload and share their style in this way and you don't really have to show you face if your shy top. Its completely up to you and its nice that you can take inspiration of other girls/boys ( yes boys have started to use it a little ), and also find similar or the same items from your favourite looks via the shop tag.The shop tag is really awesome because it means you don't have to search the web for a while to look for the same or similar clothes, you can just 'Oo yeah i like that' click and you basically there.Amazing, right?
I first heard about this website from watching the Pixiwoo Body Talk episodes on YouTube, I really suggest checking those girls out they are amazing!. It was episode 4 when they spoke to Pandora Sykes who is one of the editors of TIW. I was interested straight away, got myself signed up. I have only uploaded 4 photos to mine but I am always inspired and like to admire other peoples styles and outfits. Its really nice to look and see how other girls may style a similar item you may own and you can take bits of that and make it your own. Also you can follow people and keep up to date with what they are wearing, and have a look what else they have worn that you may have missed them up load. You can let people know you like their outfits by clicking on the love heart button, so it's kind of like leaving them love.

So this was just a quick post to tell you about the Today I'm Wearing website/app. Have you ever used this website? What do you think about the idea? 


Monday, 11 February 2013

FOTD | Sunday Dinner

This Sunday me and the boyfriend went to a local hotel restaurant for some dinner, so I thought I would do my first face of the day as it was raining my clothing wasn't very interesting.

Make up, Mac Studio Fix Foundation NC20, L'Oreal La Touche Magique Rose Porcelain,Clinique  Airbrush Concealer 04, Sleek Brow Kit Light, Maybelline Cat Eye Volume Express mascara, Mac Blush - Legendary (Marilyn Monroe Collection) and Mac Ruby Woo lipstick
Hat - Newlook, Skull Earings - Topshop,

Pretty badly done fishtail braid, I was in a hurry to get food. ha.

Lastly why not chuck in what I demolished, which was this gorgeous Rib-eye 8oz steak which did actually come with a pepper corn sause. Yummy.

Monday Haul | Boots

For those of you who didn't see my last Boots and Superdrug haul here you won't know that I like Mondays and basically spend all my money on lots of items I can get my hands on. 
So I took another trip to Boots.. as it was pay day again I only picked up a few bits this time.
I don't know what it is but I just cant find an excuse not to go to Boots these days, and I can never walk out with out a bag full of goodies, hehe.

Ok, to start with i re-purchased my Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Moisturizing Lip Balm as I completely ruined my other one and some how shattered it (?) But hey, any who I really love this lip balm it has kept my lips lovely and soft through-out the winter and really does help protect and protect lips against 'chapped, cracked and wind-burnt lips'.
So as I am waiting for my Nip+Fab CC Cream to come in the mail, as I was totally unaware that my local Boots actually sold Nip+Fab in store, I found the tiny section on bottom stand of all the skin care products and picked up the Dark Circle Fix Triple Action Eye Cream. I'm really looking forward to trying this out as I have horrible puffy purple under eye circles and this says that it helps 'Reduce the look of puffiness, Hydrates and softens and also targets dark circles' after trying this out I shall most likely do a review, so keep your eyes peeled for that.
Although I am waiting for the N+F CC Cream I couldn't help myself buying the L'Oreal Nude Magique CC Cream. I actually got this from Superdrug but yeah, there are 3 different L'oreal CC Creams but I chose the Anti-Fatigue as I have quite tired skin especially around the eye area, first thought when I tested in the store is that it is a little orange but when walking home it had completely faded into a natural colour, which is good! Again, I look forward to trying this out and will also be doing a review on this product.

Getting real boring now, but yes I did get 2 face clothes because they were only £1.99 each and I thought 'hey, why not the more clothes the merrier' I like using these for removed my face masks, because it's not as messy, and also removing my cleansers. They did have some blue and white dotty ones, however I opted for the white ones cause I like to see how much has been removed and sadly enough I like to see how much muck comes out of my clean skin after masks and what not.

Last up, I thought I would share with you a early Valentines gift I received from my boyfriend today which was also from Boots, I chose it and he chose one for himself so be both gave it to each other early but we are also getting something else. We can never surprise each other with gifts like Christmas and birthdays as well it just never works. I've been eyeing this sweet smelling perfume from Marc Jacobs so some time now and pleased I received it. It is the Marc Jacobs Dot.

Happy Monday to you guys, have you ever tried any of these products or blogged about them? I'd love to read your thoughts on any of them.


Monday, 4 February 2013

Breaking the Bank | Cosmetic Haul

Unlike most people I quite like Mondays. Mainly in the afternoon as for me Monday is pay day. Which been spending my money far too quickly, but gaining such pretty products to share with you guys. So lets get into it!

As you can see these are the goodies that I purchased today from Boots and Superdrug. Yes they are mainly lip products, but I am trying to get a little more confident with wearing different lip colours as I usually just stick with red or purple/plum colours or just a lip balm. So I've picked colours that usually I wouldn't wear.
L-R 001 Nude Attitude, 353 Cappuccino and 415 Pink In The Afternoon

So if you didn't already know, Boots currently has a 3 for 2 offer on a vast variety of brands like ; Revlon, Rimmel, Soap&Glory, Toni&Guy Lee Stafford ect ect, so I went along to the Revlon stand and picked up these 3 pretty lipsticks. The first being a re-purchase (001 Nude Attitude-Matte) and the other 2 just really stood out to me and I think they will be rather fun to create new looks with. RRP is £7.49  but with the 3 for 2 offer I only really paid for two.

Next I found myself in front of the Rimmel section of the store. I have a couple of the other Rimmel lip liners from the 'Lasting Finish' range and today opted for the, Rimmel Exaggerate Lip Liner - 063 Eastend Snob which is a really pretty rose, nude colour and is a close match to my natural lip colour. This will be a very good everyday natural liner. RRP £3.99

I also grabbed, from the Rimmel stand, the Kate Lasting Finish Lipstick in shade 20. This is the first vibrant pick in my lipstick pot at the moment, depending on how much I may or may not be able to pull this colour off. I have seen so many people wearing these bright pinks and always thought how lovely it looked, and I've had this in my hands so many times and then just put it back but today to took the plunge and bought it. RRP £5.49. 

L-R; 500 Luna,301 Galaxy,101 Celestial, 600 Nude Eclipse and 501 Stellar

So as you have probably seen and read so many reviews on the Rimmel Apocalips Lip Lacquers I have too, so I couldn't help myself when I saw them. There are 8 in the collection and I got myself 5, I actually got 4 in the 3 for 2 offer in boots and got Celestial from Superdrug. Boy do they have some really cool colours. When I was swatching them, they reminded me of the NYX Xtreme Lip Creams, thick and creamy and there is quite a similar smell to them. I am really excited to try these out. RRP each £5.99. 

From Superdrug I brought my first ever Essie Nail Polish in the shade Fiji, which I've heard so many lovely things about. I really like pale nude nail polish's so I thought why not start the Essie road with a pretty, pink polish.If you follow me on Instagram 'gemmaaroberts' I will later upload a picture of my nails being treated to this Essie Polish. RRP £7.99

Finally, from Superdrug I purchased this eyeshadow from a brand named B. Now I'm pretty sure this is a new brand as it wasn't in Superdrug last Monday? But I haven't heard much about it. I'm very natural about eye shadows and don't tend to chose the brightest of colours, so I chose this matte brown called 107 Cinnamon. The pigment is lacking slightly the swatch shown above is of 3 coats. However for £4.99 you can't have high hopes. I look forward to using all these products and will be purchasing more from this 'B.' brand just to test their other products.

Gemma xx

Friday, 1 February 2013

Nail Polish Collection | BarryM

Top Left- Right; Yellow,Mushroom,Black,Grey,Block Orange,Mint Green,Sring Green,Bright Red,Rasberry
Bottom left-Right; Clear,Watermelon,Pomegranate,Silvery Liliac,A,Magnetic Burgundy,Blue Moon,Cobalt Blue,Cyan Blue,Blueberry,Nail Effect (Crackle),Lilac Foil x2,Berry,Strawberry,Matt White,Nail Effect (Crackle), Nail Effects (Crackle)

Sorry for the bad picture, but here is my BarryM Nail Polish Collection. Now I really like BarryM polish's because not online are they cheap, £2.99 for regular nail paints but for any limited edition of effect varnish's they go anything up to £4.99, but BarryM has an amazing colour range. So many different shades and finishes. I don't have all off the colours, but I day, but I do have 26 nail paints in my bag of nail goodies. 

I started to collect these polish's around summer time of 2013 with a friend of mine, although she has more than I do, but we both have built a loving relationship with the polish brand. Now I have to say that they do chip quite easily, but other than that they are great. The majority of the more pale pastel colour do need at least 2-3 coats of polish as they are quite sheer and need building up, depending on what you like. Another fun thing about BarryM varnish's is that they have been bringing out new effect collections with fantastic colours and really cool effects. The latest effect polish's are the Gelly Hi-Shine which I LOVE! 
Each time I wear a different polish from BarryM I can manage to wear it for over a week, possibly longer, but I like to switch up my nails a lot, and they last with minor chipping around the top and I don't usually apply bass or top coat. I think thats good considering I am a bar tender. They are very long lasting for the affordable price and also they are really great for creating different nail arts especially with all the fantastic colours and nifty effects and finishes. 
Left-Right; Berry,Strawberry,A,Silvery Lilac,Pomegranate,Watermelon,Rasberry,Mint Green,Bright Red and Grey

Above I have chosen just 10 of my favourite out of my mini collection. I chose these are they are my most worn although the 2 in the middle with the silver lids are new, they are really beautiful. I chose the paler colours because they are very pretty in spring/summer time and quite subtle, and the more deeper bold colours are good for winter time or any kind of season really.

I hope you guys liked the little insight into my mini BarryM collection and I may do an update when there are plenty more new one. 
Have a good weekend guys.xx