After a self-imposed palette buying ban, I’ve really been trying to get the use out of what I already own. That was until Cult Beauty had a sale on palettes and I found myself drawn to having a browse. I was being sensible and wasn’t tempted by any of the usual palettes which I’d been tempted by in the past but then I saw the Bleach London Glitterati ‘All That Glitters’ palette and my willpower flew out of the window. I already have one single Glitterati pan from Bleach London (Washed Up Mermaid, which is also in this palette) and I love it, so for a while I’ve been hoping to pick up a couple more. When I saw them all in a compact palette, it was a no brainer.
I started my last post saying that I’m in a rut of just reviewing eyeshadow palettes, and today is no different. This time it’s the Violet Voss Holy Grail palette which I recently bought when Beauty Bay had 30% off this and the Taupe Notch palette. I’ve heard nothing but good things about Violet Voss eyeshadow palettes and this is the one which I’ve always wanted to get my hands on, so as soon as that email came through I was in there like swimwear.
I’m thinking of changing my blog name to The Eyeshadow Palette Reviewer as that’s all I seem to be doing at the minute (and I still have a couple more to go!). Let me know if you’re absolutely sick of them and I’ll hold off for a while. Today I’m reviewing the Jeffree Star Blood Sugar palette…
Can I ever have too many warm eyeshadow palettes? I think not. As you will soon see in some upcoming review posts, I’m a little bit addicted! But when you find your tones and you know it’s something you’ll get the use out of, then it makes perfect sense right?!
The Sigma Warm Neutrals Volume 2 palette is £27 and is available from Beauty Bay here. I saw it a few weeks ago and kept it on my wish list for a bit before finally giving in and ordering it. While I was waiting for it to arrive, I watched some YouTube tutorials and looked at looks on Pinterest (which I pretty much do every time I order a new palette, for inspo) and started to get excited!
So here we are at the end of March and the final part of my mascara review series. As I’ve been writing these posts, I’ve thought of other mascaras in my collection which I would still like to review so I’m thinking you might see a second series which I’m ingeniously calling May’s Mascara Mondays. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, hey?! But back to today’s mascara – the Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect mascara from Wilko. Another budget friendly option at just £3.30, which I’d heard great things about before buying.