- Sleek luminous pressed powder in 01 about £6
- Sleek Oh So Special palette about £6
- Sleek Pout Polish about £4
- Me Me Me Blush in Coral about £6.50
- Me Me Me Blush in Rouge about £6.50
- Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua in B20 £25
Hey everyone, sorry my posting has been so awful recently. I should be able to get a few reviews up in the next few days. In the mean time, serious alert on this deal from ASOS – this Bliss set I just ordered was €32.30 reduced from over €50 for a full size cleanser, 50ml full size SPF 15 day cream and a 15ml eye cream. The moisturizer alone is over €30 by itself so I am in love with this deal!
I’m also considering this one, the body moisturiser retails at €34 and the set is €23
I’ve been too-ing and froo-ing about this for ages & decided to order it off ASOS recently. I looked at some other swatches & found the weight info online as it wasn’t listed on ASOS. I’m so glad I ordered it, I absolutely love it! The colors are so much nicer than they look in the picture & it was the same with ASOS pictures.
There are two multiples in the palette – Copacabana & Orgasm 3.5g each which is actually a lot for a small palette, and 4 lipsticks 0.6g each. Lipsticks in; Sexual Healing (sheer, shimmering pink), Honolulu Honey (satin, flesh-toned beige), Roman Holiday (sheer, pastel pink), Funny Face (semi-matte fuschia). It was €54 for the palette.
I’ve been using this for a couple of days now & I love it more than I thought I would, the Copacabana is a lovely highlight cool toned color, it’s wear time could be better but it has a very finely milled shimmer which is lovely & subtle but also packs a punch. The Orgasm multiple is a lovely cream blush, & looks very natural on the skin & the wear time is several hours. The one thing about it I find is you need to apply all the products with a brush, they come off far too sheer when you apply with fingers, particularly the lip colors. I’m not sure if I love the zipper but so far I love the palette.
You have to love Boots No 7 vouchers & even if you don’t have any – there’s three for two on all No 7 products at the moment. The whole range has been re-packaged and I have to say I really like it.
Way back in January, Boots were doing a slew of the No 7 & Ruby & Millie €7.50 vouchers. I got so many that I used them to buy a couple of Ruby & Millie brushes, a No 7 eye smudge brush & an introduction to the No 7 range and some outrageously over priced muslin cloths.
The No 7 hot cloth cleanser is around €10 for 200ml and smells nice, it comes in a 200ml dispenser and I went through it really fast. It’s okay, the nice smell is the most it has going for it being honest. It doesn’t remove eye make up & if you’re a fan of double cleansing such as I, you’ll get though the pump very quickly indeed.
The No 7 Pore Refining Serum – not much to say about this. It didn’t do what it was supposed to and well it’s just a bit of a blah product. It has something in it that gives your skin a glow which I think is a poor attempt to fool the consumer – but hoping some face illuminating glitter will help you ignore the large pores you bought it to reduce is a bit lame. €13/14 if memory serves me correctly.
The No 7 Body Microdermabrasion body scrub – It’s okay… not worth the money at all in my opinion. This wasn’t exciting, it didn’t smell nice there was nothing fun about it. It did an okay job, I finished it quite quickly, it was only 150ml and overpriced too. I bought a Sanctuary one recently that’s so much nicer in terms of smell, packaging and over all use.
The brush is okay, it was free with the voucher, I have better ones that do the same thing. All in all the range is just so boring, the packaging is so…unexceptional. Nothing smells nice, nothing has anything exciting. If they’d impressed me more I might have stretched to buy the cult serum that’s made No 7 famous but some quick googling revealed that Boots paid for the research & TV show that gave it the all the publicity so even with the voucher it would have been expensive for a drugstore brand.