Girly Bits Sofa King Messy

Recently I was browsing Instagram and spotted another UK user having a polish clear out, so I quickly bagged a few! One of them was a glitter topper with no makers logo, just the sticker ‘Sofa King Messy’ on the bottom. A bit of Googling later, I found out it was from Girly Bits, and was created after they received a damaged glitter shipment (hence the name – say it out loud fast!) Continue reading “Girly Bits Sofa King Messy”

#DareToBare – Barry M Lychee and Seventeen In The Surf

Recently the hashtag #DareToBare has been all over social media – a publicity campaign by Rimmel London for their new neutral lipsticks and nail polishes. I thought I’d have a go at neutral nails – I’m not usually a neutral girl so I had to add a splash of colour too! Unfortunately for Rimmel, I didn’t use any of their products 😉 Instead I went with Barry M Gelly Lychee, a great neutral beige colour that works well with my skin tone, without looking all mannequin hands. Continue reading “#DareToBare – Barry M Lychee and Seventeen In The Surf”

The Lady Varnishes Daiye Spa and Born Pretty Store stamping plate BP-03

Today I have a swatch of another pretty US indie for you – this time from a maker that I had never heard of before. Daiye Spa is from The Lady Varnishes, who make 5-free polishes inspired by films and TV shows. This one was from a collection inspired by Zoolander, which I really must watch again! Continue reading “The Lady Varnishes Daiye Spa and Born Pretty Store stamping plate BP-03”

Rimmel Pillow Talk and Maybelline Street Artist Alley Attitude

Today I’m going to show you two pretty polishes that I picked up at Tesco from a reduced makeup bin. They are both blue, and therefore could not be resisted. First of all, we have Rimmel 60 Second Pillow Talk, which is a gorgeous baby blue crème with a very subtle silver shimmer. The bottle claims this is a one coat polish, but I could still see patches after two. It is a pastel though, so I will forgive it. And it does dry fast. Continue reading “Rimmel Pillow Talk and Maybelline Street Artist Alley Attitude”