Lash Unlimited's NEW Lash Glue | Latex-Free & Waterproof

Saturday, 21 January 2017

As a lash obsesso, I wear a pair of falsies every day of my life. My natural lashes have never really been the same since the horrific eyelash curler incident of 2003, so they need all the help they can get. Plus, there's something about repping a good set of lashes that makes me feel so much better about the car crash which is the rest of my face.

My go-to, all time favourite lashes are from Lash Unlimited. I place an order for these bad boys every pay day to replenish my stock pile; their #9s are everything and I wear them on the daily.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Lash Unlimited Eyelash Glue Review

Recently, Lash Unlimited released a brand new, latex-free, waterproof lash glue [you can check it out here] which I needed to have in my life. If it was anything like their lashes, I knew it'd be frigging sweeeeeeeeeeeeet. These tubes of adhesive cost just £4.89 for 7g, have screw top lids and are kind to sensitive eyes. Super amazing value.

Lash Unlimited have been working on their glue formula for months, to bring us a strong sticky glue, that's easy to remove and not harsh on the eye. Is it really as great as it sounds?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Lash Unlimited Eyelash Glue Review

In a word, yeah. It's frigging fab. It did take me a while to get used to at first, I'll admit - as its formula is more watery than the Eylure adhesive I've used up until now. However, I've totally got used to it now and have discovered that applying the glue to the base of the lashes with a little brush is the way to go; for ultimate precision.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Lash Unlimited Eyelash Glue Review

I really love it; it's lightweight, holds your lashes in place for the full day and doesn't feel clumpy or heavy on your eyelids in the slightest. You can barely feel it at all in fact - it's so light and fluttery. The best thing about this glue, aside from its lack of latex and kindness to sensitive eyes - is how easy it is to remove. When you come to remove your lashes at the end of a long day, it's honestly so simple - not like any other lash glue I've tried. There's no pulling, no soreness and no tears - it just breezes right off.

What do you use to fix your falsies in place?

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Makeup Geek Appreciation / My Borderline Obsession

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Yes, I am [possibly] the poorest person in the land - but  I also have a stack of credit cards, a worrying amount of debt and a raging shopping addiction that will not quit. 

Winner, winner [Smartprice] chicken dinner. 

One thing I'll never get bored of splurging money I don't have on is Makeup Geek's range of eyeshadow singles; which I seek out on BeautyBay. I legit find them one of the best brands of eyeshadow I've ever used, and I adore how varied the range is. They're pretty, dead pigmented, last for hours and blend like a genuine dream. Marriage material, if you will.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

I whacked a photo of my Z-Palette [and the MUG eyeshadows I have lovingly stored in there] on the Gram recently - and you guys loved it. So I thought I'd share my collection in all its glory with yous today. 

This is by no means a giant collection, I can't label it a 'haul' and I know there's hundreds of bloggers out there with at least ten times more pans of MUG eyeshadows than me - but yeno, I'm poor. Even my credit cards have limits. So this post is just a summary of the bad boys who've winged their way into my possesion, thus far in my adult life.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

From top to bottom, from left to right the shades pictured above are as follows:

Top Row: Frappé
Second Row: Flame Thrower, Gold Digger, Venom, Dragonfly
Third Row: Poppy, Bitten, Preppy
Fourth Row: Cocoa Bear, Morocco, Beaches & Cream, Showtime
Bottom Row: Mango Tango

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

The extra shades I have in my palette in this photo are:

GlitterEyes [the two gold foils and the beautiful glitter pan] 
- The pale pink shade [the first eyeshadow on the left, in the top row] is Eyeshadow Shimmer 03 from #ProArtist 
- The highlighter pan [on the end, on the bottom row] is a proper old one from CoverGirl that I LOVE for adding illumination to my brow bone and in the corners of my eyes.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

I've used the reddish, warm tones quite a lot throughout Autumn / Winter. Trying to be on point, and all that.

Bitten is a favourite of mine, and I've been wearing quite a bit of Mango Tango recently; which also makes a fantastic transition colour. Poppy applies so, so beautifully and shades such as Cocoa Bear and Beaches & Cream are legit staples in most looks I bash together.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Venom and Dragonfly are two of the newest pans I've added to the family. I haven't used Dragonfly yet, as I don't want to look like I've teleported back to the 80s / like a total bellend; so I'm trying to perfect the ultimate look with it before I debut it outside, in front of other humans. I'd love to mix it up with a bit of glitter - think that would be babein'. What do you reckon?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

If you haven't tried Makeup Geek's eyeshadows, you're totes missing out. They're so bloody good, yeno. And not too pricey either, which is criteria that massively floats my boat; what with the state of financial crisis I call my life!!

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - My Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Collection Review

What's your favourite MUG eyeshadow? What's your collection looking like? Got any suggestions on the shades I should try next? 

I can pretty much hear the souls of my credit cards breaking as I type this - soz lads!

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - A Fashion, Beauty, Health and Lifestyle Blogger

Blocked Pores? Shill Out, THIS Product Has Got Your Back*

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

I'm going to put my hand up and admit something a bit grim here. I love watching spot popping videos. Like, I'd marry Dr Pimple Popper in a heartbeat, just to be in with a chance of having a go at that shiz myself. 

Glad I've got that off my chest - surely I'm not the only one who finds them grim, yet fascinating and can't look away?!

Anyway, due to the amount of time I spend watching spot related media, Shills' Deep Cleansing Blackhead Masks were something I was well aware of and fascinated by - they're all over Twitter / Insta at the moment. And for good reason. 

The science behind it all is dead interesting, the idea is nothing short of genius and the videos of all the blackheads that these masks seemingly pull out have dominated my life recently. So when they reached out to me and asked if I'd like to try their products, I was gamer than a badger... playing board games.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Shills very kindly gifted me this fab Purifying Blackhead Removing Travel Kit Set* (rrp £6.99 containing their Deep Sebum Softener, Deep Cleansing Black Mask & the Clarifying Toner - all of which can be bought separately too.) I was super excited to try this genuine Shills giftset, especially the black peel-off mask - which originated in Taiwan but is finally now accessible to the UK. 

Shills' Deep Cleansing Peel-Off Mask and Pore Minimising Toner have earned somewhat of a superstar status as the ultimate duo in blackhead-busting. In case you're unfamiliar with this magical stuff, Shills' Peel-Off Mask is created with a rich, active formula that works to unblock clogged pores by literally lifting blackheads, dead skin, dirt and spot-causing bacteria away. Its key active ingredient is Bamboo Charcoal, which acts like a magnet to draw out the most deeply-rooted impurities. Their Sebum Softener softens the skin and clogged pores before use, so that they're easier to remove and the popular Clarifying Toner refines and refreshes your skin post-treatment; to shrink pores and firm up the skin.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Forget all the big beauty bloggers, the YouTubers and the celebs who've been raving over this stuff - how did I - a very average member of society with a potty mouth, dedication to telling the truth and pretty bad skin - find it? Well, keep reading to find out!

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Although you can use the Peel Off Mask on its own; for optimum results, Shills suggest you use the Softener and Toner with it too.

So I set off using the Deep Sebum Softener, which I applied to my clean, dry face and washed off with warm water after 5-10 minutes. This stuff is supposed to soften your skin and get those pores nice and open; ready for the next step[s] of the treatment. It was a pretty pleasant experience using it, actually - the Softener is a serum like, clear fluid with a greyish tint; which heats up as you leave it on your skin. When I touched my face, I could really feel the blocked pores and blemishes under my skin; as though they were coming up to the surface for battle. 


Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Next up was the exciting stage - getting the Purifying Peel-Off Mask on. I'd read online that when applying this stuff, you should slap it on thick and avoid your eyebrows, and I very much stuck to these rules. The mask comes out exactly how you'd imagine - a thick, black, tacky-feeling liquid which sits on your skin in jetblack patches and dries slowly. I applied it to my t-zone [the sick, oily joke part of my face] and to the sides of my cheeks, where I've been breaking out with stress spots recently. 

You leave this mask on for 20-30 minutes, which again, was a pleasant enough experience. It certainly didn't hurt - the only weird thing about it was as it dries, it stops your face from being able to move properly and wrinkles up / cracks when you move your face. I had a ball.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

As the mask began to dry, I could see the imprint of my pores through it; with raised dots where grim bacteria and pore-juice were being brought to the surface. Yum. After 30 minutes, my mask was dry and I could tell it was ready to peel off. Shills recommend you peel from bottom upwards for maximum effect, so that's what I did! 

My skin instantly felt amazing, with every piece of mask I peeled off. 

Granted, as you pull the mask off it's a tad painful [as it rips off dead skin, blackheads and small facial hairs as you go] but it's like ripping off a top layer of blocked, horrible skin and letting your face breathe, which is insanely satisfying. I've never felt my skin feel as soft as it did after peeling the mask off. It felt about 5 years younger, moisturised and oh so smooth. My complexion was also considerably less dull, spots appeared less prominent and I noticed a reduction in the amount of blocked pores on my nose and chin. And where with some of the blackhead type creations on my face the mask hadn't pulled them right out, it brought them up to the surface, ready to be removed next time. 

I made several squeals of excitement throughout the super-satisfying peel off process and pretty much haven't stopped stroking my face since. My skin looks noticeably clearer and more radiant; even a few days down the line.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Shills Deep Cleansing Blackhead Removal Kit Review - Black Peel Off Charcoal Mask, Sebum Softener and Clarifying Toner from Shills

Lastly, I dabbed some of the Toner onto my fresh and youthful looking face, to refine and minimise any open pores that the previous two treatments had brought to a head. Though this was a teensy bit stingy, it made my skin feel firm and was very cooling / refreshing against my skin. 

I can't lie guys - I am super, super impressed with this stuff. My skin has never felt so good - it feels tingly fresh and alive; rather than grey, dull and oily. I will definitely, definitely purchase more of this stuff from Shills as soon as I can afford to live again - it's a total gamechanger and not just a novelty idea we see celebs repping on the 'Gram

I definitely think the Softening Serum and the Clarifying Toner helped make my first Shills experience even better for me [you can buy them separately here and here] but even if you just go straight in and buy the Peeling Mask, I guarantee you'll be a happy customer. 

I'm so glad that this product didn't stay exclusively in Taiwan - thanks so much for bringing it to the UK, ShillsYou can check out & order the full Shills range here; plus all items featured in this post are linked for ya. 

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Have you tried a Shills mask before? How do you deep cleanse your skin? Does anyone else love watching spot popping videos as much as I do?!

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - A Fashion Health Beauty and Lifestyle Blogger

*This post contains items I was gifted for the purpose of review, but as ever; all opinions are totes my own.

Oil to Repair, from 72 Hair*

Sunday, 15 January 2017

A little while ago now [soz, I'm a horrendous excuse for a blogger sometimes!] 72 Hair very kindly sent me a sample of their Repairing Oil to try out - around the time I'd been raging about my tangly, dry-ass hair on Twitter. Apart from some Tresemme Smoothing Oil stuff I tried [and threw away cos it was sh*te] a few years ago, I've had no real experience using hair oil - though I know it's all the rage right now and that I totally should take more care of my locks using stuff like this; given how long I've dodged the hairdresser and / or hairbrushes for.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - 72 Hair Repairing Oil Review

My hair is like a scarecrow's wig / bird's nest the majority of the time. It has been literally years since I've had it cut and although it's not in horrendous condition; it's very fine, can turn a tad frizzy and tangles like a bee-yatch within seconds. So I was very excited to try this Repairing Oil sample. If you haven't heard of 72 Hair before, their packaging & branding is absolute goals, I'm a little in love with their website and they promise to help banish bad hair days for good.

Their 72 Hair Smoothing System is created by hairdressers - who know a thing or two about what hair needs. Their treatments promise to deliver smooth, consistent results to leave your hair ‘frizz free’ every time; using a blend of premium ingredients, such as Avocado Oil, Collagen and Hydrolysed Silk. The 72 Smoothing System repairs the cuticles of your hair; improving its overall condition so that you can achieve beautiful salon results every time. So, how did it rate vs my insane mane?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - 72 Hair Repairing Oil Review

Although the sample was only really enough to apply to my hair & scalp on a couple of occasions, I was impressed with it. It has a light, pleasant fragrance and it's extremely relaxing when massaged into your scalp and roots. It made my hair glisten and shine with moisture, and made it extremely sleek and manageable. 

It seemed to almost detangle it, in a way - my hair was so much easier to comb through after oiling; even a few days afterwards & after several some hair washes. I can definitely vouch that it made my hair much more manageable - though I don't know how. I guess the oil seemed to separate the strands of hair more and define them, which made them less prone to tangles. It definitely felt like my hair was drinking up the oil as I applied it - and I did see some results too, which was nice.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - 72 Hair Repairing Oil Review

Have you tried any of 72 Hair's products before? Do you apply oil to your hair to keep it healthy? What are your top tips for frizz free hair?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - A Health Beauty Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger

*This post contains a sample I was gifted to try out & review. All opinions and that are 100% my own

Mesmerised by GlitterEyes | Products You NEED To Try

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Ever since I got my hands on my first GlitterEyes Eyeshadow Duo via Little Known Box, I've been obsessed. You might think obsessed is a slightly over dramatic word, but it's not; it's spot on.

Every eyeshadow look I've created recently has involved copious amounts of pressed glitter and I am LOVING IT. I've been blinging up my lower lashline, popping a little sparkle into the corner of my eyes to make them POP and rocking a glitter packed into the inner of my eyelid; blended out with my favourite matte Makeup Geek shadows. 

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Despite being possibly one of the poorest bloggers in the North West, my love for the two glitters I had from working with Little Known Box intensified to a point where I ended up grabbing my credit card and ordering myself four more pans directly, from GlitterEyes' online store. I couldn't control myself any longer. I was like a wild beast, released.

I was honestly spoilt for choice for what to order. My shopping cart was full to bursting at one point - and my credit card was weeping genuine tears at the battering it was about to get, but I managed to find a little self control [God knows where from!] and ordered just four single glitter pans in the end; rather than the 400 I started off with. You can pop the pans in the little palettes provided, or alternatively, they fit perfectly into Z-Palettes; they're the ideal size.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Aside from being bloody fantastic, handmade products; GlitterEyes pressed glitters are also a legit lifesaver. I am pretty insanely clumsy, and whenever I have a pot of loose eyeshadow pigments or glitter; my carpet normally wears more of it than me. 

I try so hard to be a proper blogger / adult, but I have a terrible habit of spilling stuff that I just can't knock on the head. My bedroom carpet is tanned, sparkly and rocking a full on smokey eye from all the previous disasters I've had getting ready on it. GlitterEyes' pans are pressed glitter - so it doesn't spill out, it doesn't pure fall out across your cheeks when you apply it and if you knock it, your carpet will live to serve another day. I just can't even fault them, or their incredibly reasonable price points.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

I can't wait to create some sparkly new looks with these glitters. Like legit can't wait AT ALL. I'm going to have to create some kind of social life for myself to give me an excuse to wear them all the time. But in the meantime, here's some swatches and close up shots, so you can see how pigmented, sparkly and GORGEOUS GlitterEyes' pressed pans are.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review


How beautiful is this, tho? Like, just look at it. This is a chunky glitter pan, which has a pinky-rose base and rainbow, holographic glitter mixed in with it. If you think it's too good to be true - just look at the swatch below. It's the perfect pink, romantic shade to create a gorgeous Valentines Day look in just over a month. Yeah sorry guys, I said it. The V word *shudders*

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

I'm so, so glad I got my hands on this shade. Granted, I placed my GlitterEyes order around Christmas [hence the festive name] but I'll be indulging in this Candy Cane all year round. It's the prettiest thing I've ever clapped eyes on. And look how well it swatches, with just the tiniest dab of my finger. Life goals.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review


This is a totally different kind of glitter and product to the others I ordered & used before - I'm not quite sure what to do with it. It's a much different consistency [moist, almost?] and really reminds me of snow. Gloss is a clear white glitter, which gives you the illusion of glossy lids when applied to the eye; for a fresh, glowy look.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

I'm not 100% sure I'll be able to pull off wearing this, or how to work it into a look - but I'm definitely going to give it a go. As my eyes are pretty much constantly staring at some form of screen these days [with my career, blogging and my social media addiction] they could do with a dewy, more youthful look about them. Watch this space.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review


Ginger Spice is my favourite glitter from this order; as well as the nickname of my favourite Spice Girl from back in the day. This stunner is one of GlitterEye's fine glitters; with small, beautifully sparkly pigments that'll add a dramatic twist to any dark, smouldering eye makeup look. And just brace yourself for the colour pay-off of the swatch I'm about to show you.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Can you cope, or?! Just look at that. The smallest dab of my finger and bam; you've relocated to Sparkle Town. I'm so, so, SO excited to plaster my eyelids with this and smoulder [hopefully, I always think I'm smouldering at the time / working the camera and then when I look back at the photographic evidence, I look a top tw*t.] 

These glitters last for hoursssss; without falling out, smudging or just going to hell like the rest of my face after a few glasses of fizz - so the fear of entering top tw*t territory is somewhat reduced.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review


This is another fave shade of mine, as it's just so versatile and can add a splash of glam to pretty much any look you bash together. It's very similar [if not the same] as one of the glitter I got in my Limited Edition Little Known Box; which I wore over Christmas & to a friend's wedding and got tons of compliments on. And lasted for 24 hours worth of partying, sambuca and dancing; smudge free.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - GlitterEyes Pressed Single Glitter Review

Another chunky formula, this white gold toned base with larger, holographic pieces of glitter really catches the light; with stunning rainbow twinkles.You can add just a little to your look, or pack on lots for a super dramatic look; Jingle Bells is super buildable and an all round babe. A great shade to start with if you're not used to wearing glitter as part of your makeup, which flatters all eye colours.


Have you tried any of GlitterEye's products before? Which of the glitters here is your favourite? Do you have a fav product you use to add a little sparkle to your look, or any tips on how I can use my new glitters?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - A Beauty Healthy Lifestyle & Beauty Blogger

Born Pretty Bargains > The Jewellery Edit*

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Born Pretty Store is one of those websites I could spend hours days my entire life stalking. You know when you watch a video on YouTube, and then find another, then watch another ... and fall into a YT hole for a few hours, before you realise the time? Just like that

Everything's so, so cheap... and when I say everything, I mean it literally. These guys sell everything you could ever think of. All in dollars [leading to an amazing conversion rate price for us UK dwellers] with free worldwide shipping and with voucher codes [such as mine, AINH10] to get you further dollar off. David Dickinson, Bargain Hunters and bloggers rejoice - you'll never be stuck for choice again. Or feel guilty about spending too much, as it's pretty much impossible.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review

You may have seen my recent post on Born Pretty's Beauty Dupes, which I was really impressed with - well today I've tried something a little new and sampled some of their jewellery, too. I wanted to try out something outside of the beauty dept to show you that these guys are by no means a one trick pony - and their prices [no matter what department you shop in] are always legit unreal.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review


I love simple, minimalist jewellery. I also love gold [a bit like Goldmember in Austin Powers, but less tanned / creepy / mental.] Therefore, these earrings ticked every box for me right from the get go - price, design and size wise. Plus, they're much nicer IRL than they look on the website - and they still look pretty darn fine on there!

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review

I love how pretty the shape of these earrings is against my ear lobe - they look effortlessly on point teamed with a messy up-do and add a vintage splash of style to any outfit. And for just £1.80, I can barely cope. Yes they might only be imitation pearl & miscellaneous metal - but if they look great, who cares? AND if you're worried that cheaper jewellery [like these earrings, or any other budget jewellery on Born Pretty's site] might irritate your skin then this amazing cream from Skintifique will sort you right out; as it works to stop metal allergies & protects your skin.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review


Can we just take a minute to a] recover from the news that this little beauty costs just 75p and b] to appreciate how pretty it is?! It's so sparkly and delicate; the ultimate accessory for any top prinny. And too Instagrammable to cope with.

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - Born Pretty Store Jewellery Review

The only issue I have with this ring, is that I seem to have been sent a slightly defective one. The adjustable back has somehow fused itself together, meaning that I can't make the band bigger to fit my [fat] fingers. I can wear the ring on my little finger, or as a midi ring [which still looks cute] but unfortunately, I won't get as much wear out of it as I had first hoped. But hell, it'll make my jewellery collection and blog photos insanely pretty - and for 75p, it's worth every penny.

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It's official, I'm addicted to this store. Though the ring has its limitations [which I am a little disappointed about] it's definitely not enough to stop my obsession with Born Pretty blossoming further. They have hundreds of really great high end beauty dupes, fab makeup storage ideas, tons of innovative little gadgets and accessories galore - and I want to try them all. Especially all the nail art stuff I've been stalking recently. #CantCope

If you fancy a slice of the BPS action, remember with code AINH10 you can take a further 10% off anything you buy at the checkout. What do you think of these pieces of jewellery? Have you ordered with Born Pretty before?

Lovelaughslipstick Blog - A Healthy Beauty Lifestyle & Fashion Blogger

*This post contains items I was gifted for the purpose of review. As always though, all opinions and that are 100% my own
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