Friday, 11 August 2017


No matter how many times I've heard it/seen it, it's taken until today for it to fully sink in.
Recovery is a journey.
It takes time.
It's not straight forward.

Much like a car journey, there are stops along the way.
Gotta fill up the tank. Grab snacks. Check the map repeatedly. Turn around because you took the wrong exit. Disagree with the route you chose to take and then change it again and again. Look around at the scenery. Notice what everyone around you is doing. Stop and ask for directions...
At times, during those stops I've kicked the car, grabbed a sleeping bag and pitched a tent at the side of the road.
In the past I have decided that I don't need the stupid car anyway and am better off living in the dirt.
So far, throughout 2017, I have been driving pretty consistently at a tentative 8mph.
There haven't been many stops this year, but when they've happened, I stock up, turn around or whatever it is that I need to do to carry on the journey.
A handful of times I have held my sleeping bag in my hand, started to walk away but have, so far, always gotten back in the car and continued driving.

I feel that I will always be in recovery.
It is something that I am going to have to work at everyday.
There are always going to be stops along the way. They show me what I need.
I am alerted to when I need to rest, when I haven't been checking in with myself, when I may need to try a different approach with something and I am learning that asking for some help is sometimes what I need.
Stops are a reminder that I am still moving. A reminder that I'm not in that little tent anymore.
I am learning so much about myself in this little car of mine. Recovering each and every day ♡😊
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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Current Favourites

Now. I'm not one for doing monthly favourites. Mainly due to the fact that I just can't seem to get organized enough. Or don't wear makeup as often as the previous month. Or I end up using the same products every time I do do my makeup... which I think would be really boring for people 😄
So I thought that it would be a good idea to share with you my current favourites from the last 6 months or so. That way there'll be a nice assortment :D
Let's get started with the face products.
First up we have the Ultra Contour Palette from Makeup Revolution.
Good grief I love this thing! I've had it for a while now and it is my go to for contour.
I use the second shade on the bottom row... as if you couldn't tell xD
It blends easily and I find that I can build it up for days that I want to look a little more chiseled ;D
The palette is amazing, providing a nice variety of shades with the highlighters and the contour powders.
Massive thumbs up from me... and I'll have to buy another one purely for my favourite contour shade :/
- worth it :D
Speaking of highlighters, here we have the Sleek Solstice Highlighting Palette.
I absolutely adore this thing.
In particular I use the shade Subsolar which is the bottom left.
Recently I have been shying away from gold toned highlighters but this one is too amazing not to use.
I seriously pack this stuff on
- even when I'm just going to get the food shop 🙈
it is absolutely  s t u n n i n g ♡
Next up are two powder blushes that I have been toing and froing between...
I have had the Illamasqua Naked Rose blush in my collection for a really long time and it kinda feels like a safe one to use.
By that I mean I don't feel like I need to think 'will this work?', it just seems to always fit in with the rest of my makeup.
The last few years I have felt that I 'can't' wear pink toned blush because of the pink undertone in my skin but I've thrown that idea out of the window.
I wear what I like :)
This Bobbi Brown blush in Tawny is a little bit darker than Naked Rose but I find it just as easy to wear.
Again, this one has been in my collection for the longest time but is always one I go to.
So far this year I've been darting between these two and feel happy with the result every time.
They're both very pigmented and blend beautifully. I find that if I make sure to use a light hand, they give a natural effect and I couldn't ask for more :)
A brush I have fallen back in love with is the MAC 187.
This was my go to foundation brush a few years back
- *cough* 4 *cough* xD
and it has revived it's place as my go to this year so far.
I use it in circular motions and because it's duo fibre, there isn't a lot of pressure on my face when using it.
It has stood the test of time, an oldie but a goodie :)
I'm now going to share with you two eyeshadows that are go to's...
First up is Estee Lauder eyeshadow in Vanilla Pods. I use the shade on the right as a one eyeshadow look.
It's gorgeous ♡
I use a shader brush to apply it to the lid and then take a fluffy brush to blend some more into the crease and transition.
It creates a whole look and it's literally so quick and easy it's insane!
- i'm all for saving time but looking like a spent ages on my makeup xD
And then we have MAC's Sable.
Where do I even begin??
I have been using this exactly the same way as the previous eyeshadow but this really is my ride or die.
This was one of the first eyeshadows I bought from MAC and has been an all time favourite ever since.
I may even wear this on my wedding day 💘
- i'm getting married?!. no? oh okay! i can calm down now xD
Everyone who is a human being needs to own this.
- lol but seriously you need it ;D
Lastly, I have three lip products.
Now, I'm not a lip person... or so I thought.
Up until last winter I always left my lips out of the equation when I did my makeup.
Not sure why but that has changed!
- hooray!
Starting with the Loreal Paris Lip Paint Matte in Babe-In, this has become a regular on my lips.
I really like the finish, it's almost as though you have nothing on which works for me.
It's a nude colour that suits most makeup looks I do.
Has a doe-foot applicator so it's easy to apply without getting it everywhere... Like I usually do xD
Really impressed :)

Then we have two lip pencils from MAC.
A fuchsia shade called Embrace Me. Man will this knock your socks off!
It's bright, loud and beautiful.
With this one I just tend to go all out with my makeup, it provides me with an inner bravery I think xD
And we have Dervish.
This is one I use as a natural lip shade.
It's enough to show I have something on but not enough to worry about throughout the day.
A really easy and simple option to make some effort but not have to keep reapplying :)

I hope that you liked this post. I think it's nice to see what products people have been really loving :)
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Friday, 4 August 2017

It's Always Been You, Blog.

When I was getting ready this morning I came to quite a large realization.
I was pondering what content I wanted to work on, what posts I'd like to write and the goals I hope to achieve, when it hit me...
I don't want to make videos.
You may or may not know that I occasionally make YouTube videos. At one time I was becoming rather regular with my uploads and it was my blog that was on the neglected back-burner.
Well I realized this morning that I no longer enjoy making videos.
It feels like it isn't for me right now. It doesn't fit in with who I am in my life at this time.
I've decided to take a break. A break that has no time limit. If I flow back to it I flow back to it, but for now, you'll find me right here.

In my darkest days, I was blogging.
- it may not have been very public, but i was blogging nonetheless xD
Writing feels like an outlet for me. I find my thoughts much easier to handle when they're written out in bite sized chunks.
Blogging has always been there for me. A place to turn to when I don't know what's going on.
Somewhere that feels safe and comforting.
It kind of feels like I write open letters to myself that I can read back time and time again if I so choose, with the added bonus of hopefully helping someone along the way.
I write about my experiences with my mental health, life and now at times, my physical well being. All of which provide me with a fire in my belly like no other.
I also write about all the things that make me happy.
Whether it's talking about my favourite brushes, new palettes, music that touches my soul or makeup looks I've been loving.

Coming to this decision felt like the easiest thing in the world, which indicates to me that I'm making the right choice.
It also fills me with an unbelievable feeling of pride and achievement because I have listened to what I was feeling and have eliminated something that wasn't feeling quite right.
And the best part is that I did it because I wanted to help myself.
I cannot remember a time where I have done that. I usually run towards things that will bring me pain.
I am slowly but surely learning that, for me, self care isn't all about painting my nails, it's about hearing what I am thinking and feeling and choosing to look after myself.

By removing the pressures I put on myself to be able to blog and make videos, I am freeing up so much time and energy to fully focus on my blog.
I couldn't be happier :)

It truly feels like this is my little corner of the world where I can just be myself.
No pressure, no filtering, no added sugar, not watered down. Just me :)
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Tuesday, 1 August 2017


I had plans to have lunch with a friend of mine yesterday afternoon.
It was organized so that I could attend an appointment earlier in the day and then meet up with her a little while afterwards.
I was going to have just over an hour of free time between the two so I was thinking about what I wanted to do.
Walking around and getting hot and bothered was not something I was remotely interested in doing.
- beetroot, shiny face anyone? xD
So I had a think.
I headed to a WHSmith's and bought a small notepad and a pen, headed to a costa, got a cold drink and then just sat alone at a table for two.

Lately I have been really working hard regarding my mental health. I'm doing everything I can to better understand myself and 'get better'.
Throughout last year, I was having these 'epiphanies' which opened the door to so many different issues/questions/problems I was having, past and present.
I found that by talking aloud I was hearing it in a whole other way which provided me with a new perspective.
It wasn't that someone was telling me a different way of looking at it, I was doing it for myself.
Lately a similar thing has been happening.
It started with me watching Tony Robbins on YouTube and now I can't seem to stop...
This combined with other factors, I feel as though I am learning about myself on a much deeper level than ever before.
And my epiphanies are back.
I had a thought the other day but was unable to find the time to really think it through, so yesterday I did exactly that.
With my hour to spare, I sat with my fruity beverage, pen and paper and went to town.
Writing things out really helps me to think more clearly.
I would switch between writing and being thoughtful while people watching.

Who am I?!
If you had told me a year, no, 4 weeks ago, that I would be working on a project so intensely that it filled my free time and provided me with personal growth, understanding and self care I would have laughed SO hard! If you had then said that the project is 'Me', I would have fallen off my chair, felt embarrassed, changed the subject and d e f i n i t e l y  1,000,000% not believed you.

Yesterday I chose to find the time in, what to me was an already busy day, to sit and work on myself. To be patient and accepting of my findings.
And oh boy how amazing it felt.

Here's to many, many more days like this

Oh! And happy August 1st to you!
- seriously? it's august already?? xD
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Sunday, 30 July 2017

Pinterest Picks #2

In similar fashion to my last Pinterest Picks post, I decided to take a look at what I had recently posted in my 'Words' board.
I always find so much inspiration on Pinterest, particularly text posts. The one's I repin resonate with me on some level.
It didn't take me long to choose the following post to share with you and tell you what I take away from it...
I think this is an important message to anyone. Especially those who are always running around taking care of everyone... and overlooking themselves.
Having recently started to adopt a mindset that is more open to nurturing myself, I feel that self-love is a crucial piece in your well being.
It isn't selfish to want a 'you day' or 'an hour to yourself' or to want to relax in a bubble bath for how ever long you want. It's so important that you meet your own needs, your relationship with yourself sets the standard for every other relationship in your life.
Cherish it and love yourself wholeheartedly 

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Friday, 28 July 2017

My Tattoo

Over the last two weeks I have had two separate people ask me about my tattoo.
I found this strange but it has become less strange when I think about it and realize that I'm almost  a l w a y s  wearing a cardigan or at the very least, long sleeves.
And as it is on my forearm it kinda makes sense that people don't realize I have one/surprised when they see it.
- derrr.
Anyhoo the thing that is also a little weird to me is the response I always have.
I'm gonna hit you with some back story now so strap yourself in :D

My tattoo was inspired by a Christina Aguilera song that I had been listening to non-stop for months.
It felt as though her album and that song in particular had reached out to me at a point when I needed them more than ever.
At the time, I was struggling and the album Lotus helped to remind me that I was stronger than I felt in that moment.
Just listening to the lyrics filled me with a sense of strength and I wanted a permanent reminder of that every day.

I spent quite a bit of time designing my tattoo (which will probably seem silly when you see how simple it is). I had an image in my mind of how I wanted it to look and worked and worked on it.
I wanted it spaced out in a specific way. For the font to be easy to read. I wanted it to sit along my right inner forearm so that I would see it all day everyday.

I decided to get it done the day before my 23rd birthday.
I was nervous, I didn't know how much it was going to hurt, what the healing would be like but I was more excited than anything.

I have now had my tattoo for almost 4 and a half years
- where has the time gone?!
and I love it just as much as ever.
So much has changed in my life since getting the tattoo. I have gone through a lot of dark times, hit rock bottom and lost all sense of who I am.
In the last 12 months I have been working so hard to win back my life and trying to learn to stop standing in my own way.
My tattoo is the most relevant it has ever been.

Over the last 4 and a half years, whenever someone asks me "why did I get that? what does it mean? etc." I always say the same thing : It's lyrics from one of Christina Aguilera's songs, I loooove her.
While those points are very much true, I know that's not the sole reason as to why I got the tattoo.
I know I don't need to share my life story with every person I meet/interact with but I think that I want to start adopting the answer that I feel in my heart : It represents who I am, I will rise undefeated :)

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

I Heart Makeup Unicorns Dream Brush Set | Review

The hunt was on when I managed to bag these bad boys a couple of months ago 😃
I was so pleased to get my hands on them
- literally super duper excited can you tell?!
As I have been using them for a while, I thought it would be a perfect time for a review :)
I went to the nearest store to me that had them in stock to pick them up. My heart raced as I approached them... My hands felt excited and nervous all at the same time... I finally held them whilst gazing lovingly at them... I made the purchase and nearly squealed with joy!! :D
- but seriously, i was SO happy xD
I gave them all a wash before using them - am I the only one who does this? - dried them over night and was so looking forward to giving them a test drive.
In the set you get a large 'powder' brush, a face contour brush, an eye blending brush, a flat eye shader and finally, an angled eye brush.
I must speak of the wonderful design on the brushes themselves.
The brush hair is multicoloured which is like nothing I already own. It's synthetic and very, very soft 
The ferrel's have I Heart Makeup on each of them. They also have a colour gradient effect of pink and blue which is lovely.
And lastly, the handles! 😍 holy guacamole! SO beautiful. The have a pretty effect to them too which just brings the whole thing together.

First up we have the large powder brush and the face contour brush.
I have been using the large brush for blush
- did she just say that??
I did :D I find that because of it's size and flexibility, it applies and then blends the blush out beautifully! Honestly, it's made application of powder blush a walk in the park for me :)
Now for the contour brush. Heavenly.
I have one or two brushes that I thought were similar to this. They're not. I don't know what magic is behind this but I feel that my contour has never gone on so well!
I think that because it is firm but fluffy it can apply the product right where I want it and then blend it out with so much ease it's unreal 😱 A-mazed.

Let's move on to the eye brushes shall we...
I started out using the blending brush through the crease and wasn't fully sold. It's rounder and slightly firmer than a MAC 217 so I then decided to use it with my transition shade and oh. my. goodness. it worked perfectly. It's small enough and fluffy enough to fit between my crease work and brow bone to blend the colour  b e a u t i f u l l y.

Using the shader brush for my lid colour was great! It's wider and thicker than a MAC 239 (which is my usual go to) but that didn't effect my application of product. I feel as though this would be a great brush for those days where I just want to whack a shade all over the lid and be finished :)

Finally we have the angled brush. I have quite a few of these in my collection and I feel as though 'if you've seen one, you've seen 'em all'. Saying that, this one is very thin and I think if you're the kinda person who uses an angled brush for winged liner, this would work for you. I used it for liner on my upper lash line and it worked great!
All in all I think these brushes are wonderful and well worth picking up. They cover a lot of bases of the getting glam process :D
I have washed and used them at least 3 times and there has been no shedding, no leaking of colour and no loss of softness or shape.
I purchased mine for £20 at a Boots store near to me, you can also buy them from the Boots website.
They are now available to buy from the TamBeauty website for £14.99...
Go on, treat yourself ;)

I hope this review was helpful to you, I love writing about products I've fallen head over heels for and these certainly fit that description :)
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Friday, 21 July 2017

So... I Have MS...

About a month ago I was officially told that I have Multiple Sclerosis.
And even though it had been an ongoing thought in the back of my mind for around 10 months, it was still quite jarring.
- i have what?
I had had some symptoms which were leading the medical professionals that I saw to believe there was quite a high likelihood that it may be MS.
So over the last 10 months or so I have had an MRI, a Lumbar Puncture, Evoked Potentials tests and numerous blood tests xD
All of which has brought my MS specialist to the conclusion that I have Relapsing - Remitting MS.

For a few days after getting the diagnosis I was a bit knocked for six.
I was spending a lot of time in my room watching The Vampire Diaries
- this show is always there for me, especially when i'm feeling dark and twisty
And somewhere between eating copious amounts of Thornton's brownies and staring and Ian SomerSmoulder
- i mean, Somerhalder ;)
I was able to see the news in a fuller view.
This diagnosis has given me a gift.

I feel I owe it to myself to live my life.
I think that I should feel this way regardless and kinda feel a bit silly for previously not, but with this illness I want to grab life with both hands!
I have gratitude for the lessons it is already teaching me
~ Taking better care of myself: physically, mentally, emotionally
~ Learning that asking for help is a good thing and not a weakness
~ It has shown me just how strong I am - I am strong enough to deal with whatever comes my way :)

It is a big deal and I am taking it very seriously but I will not allow it to have a negative impact on my life.
In a way it feels that this has been sent to me as a way to help me heal in so many areas of my life and starting living it again.
I've kept myself down for so long, not feeling as though recovery is an option for me.
I no longer have a choice in whether or not I want to look after myself, I have to and need to.
This has shown me that this is how it has been all along, not looking after myself should never have been a choice.
It's a wonderful necessity 

I've already taken so much from this in the first month, I can only imagine what great things it is going to bring my way :)
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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

My Top 5 Eye Brushes

I was laying in bed the other night trying to think of what I'd like to film/blog about next.
- I have a legit fear of creativity block
I happened to look over at my dressing table and all of my glorious brushes upon it and then I thought it would be a great idea to share with everyone what my fave brushes are.
I figured I'd start with eye brushes as they are my thang :D
It was difficult to keep it at 5 😄
I really think that it's an ideal topic for me to discuss as I've had each of these brushes (except one) for years... Yep, YEARS.
I feel showing my brushes condition after 3-5 years would be a perfect representation of the brush itself.
So enough waffling
- can't promise anything
and let's get started :)

Starting with the MAC 239 Shader brush
MAC 239 Shader Brush £21 *link*
I have five of these... Yes five!! I loved the 239 so much that I decided to pick some up so that I always had one clean :D
- logic
I have had these in my collection since 2011/2012 so they're getting on now but! are just as good as the day I bought them :)
It was definitely money well spent as they have kept their shape, no shedding and continue to apply my lid colours beautifully.
I use these to foil eyeshadows with MAC Fix+ too and I just adore them :)

Next up is a brush I recently raved about...
Available to purchase from Primark
I didn't know I needed this brush in my life until it came into my life.
I was in a state of wonder as to how I had been doing my eye makeup for so long without it in my collection!
- so naturally, I now have 3 of these
This brush only costs £1 which still almost floors me as it is so amazing.
I love the rose gold ferrel, the shape of it is perfect for crease/transition work and it's synthetic :)
Here is the *link* to my recent post  o b s e s s i n g  over this brush in particular :D

Moving on to a brush from Hakuhodo...
Hakuhodo J5522 $20 *link*
I picked up this brush at IMATS as I had heard great things about this brand and oh boy did it live up to my expectations!
I purchased a number of brushes but this one in particular makes crease/transition work and piece of cake!
- mmmm cake
It is a very very very close second to the Primark brush but trust me, it's not an easy choice which is why it is included in my top 5.
I honestly don't understand why this brand and their brushes aren't spoken about more.
As I said with the MAC 239, I have had this brush for 3-4 years and no shedding, has kept it's shape and is just a great brush! :)

My fourth brush is one from Real Techniques...
Real Techniques Starter Set £22.99 *link* (Boots)
This one came as part of the first eye set from Real Techniques and I use it for smudging out liner.
Appologies that it is 'dirty' but it just proves that 1) I use it all the time and 2) I'm lazy and haven't washed it yet
- probably more the second one ;)
I know it's an eye shader brush but for me it's just perfect for blending out liner on the upper lash line.
It makes it so quick and easy. I used to use a pencil brush but ever since trying this out I'm hooked.
Again, I've had this one for years and it's as good as it's ever been :)

Lastly, it's another brush from Hakuhodo...
- See? I told you it's a great brand ;)
Hakuhodo J5529 $17 *link*
I had to include this brush. I picked this one up from one of the IMATS I attended and have found that I use it for applying eyeshadow to the lower lash line.
I say lash line but I like to have my shadow to go really low under the eye so I find using this brush is ideal.
A while back I was using a MAC pencil brush (pictured above) which worked great for applying shadow quite close to the lower lash line but I have since starting wearing eyeshadow much lower and that's where this brush came in.
It's quite small compared to a MAC 217 but can also blend out shades beautifully. This one is years old now and just like the others, isn't showing it's age at all :D

So those are my top 5 eye brushes that I could not live without.
I feel as though by having these brushes I am set 4eva 
- I'm sure that won't stop me buying brushes in the future *eye roll* lolz

I hope you found this post interesting, here is the *link* to my video on this if you'd like to see these brushes in a moving picture :)

Thank you so much for stopping by
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Friday, 16 June 2017

The Breakup | Part Two

Some months ago I wrote about a breakup that I was going through... With myself.
Learning that I was the source of a lot of my pain, heartache and depression was a pretty tough realization to come to.
The only course of action I felt I could take was to end that toxic relationship and move forwards.

Since then that old flame of mine has been doing everything possible to worm it's way back into my life.
To be honest, I have slipped. A lot.
And then I wake up the next morning filled with regret and needing to break it off all over again.
Why would I go back to something that treats me so badly, manipulates me and causes me such unbelievable suffering?
I think going back to what was once the norm feels so comforting even when it causes you pain.

I think in real life it can be really difficult to tear yourself away from someone or something that has been in your life for a very long time, even if it isn't good for you.
This for me is no different.
This is how I have been treating myself for such a long time that it has been second nature but that doesn't mean I am allowing it to continue.

When that old part of me tries to win it's way back into my life it's getting a solid NO.
I am not going to have any more of those mornings being mad at myself for going back to the same old same old resulting in the further deterioration of my mental, emotional and physical health.
I am putting myself first. I've said it in the past and meant it but something has awoken within me which is no longer happy to settle or treat myself with such little consideration and care.
This is my fresh start and I have never felt so happy and excited 😭😊
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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Makeup Revolution and I Heart Makeup Haul

A couple of weeks ago I decided to treat myself to some Makeup Revolution and I Heart Makeup goodies :)
did I need any more palettes? no. did I need any more brushes? also, no but here we are :D

I placed an order online and picked up 4 palettes starting with one of the brand new amplified 35 palettes.
Makeup Revolution Pro HD Palette Shimmer Amplified 35 - Direction *link* £15
My heart sped up when I saw these new palettes as they reminded me of the Morphe palettes, which are a cult product.
The amplified palettes won't set you back as much in the bank which is always wonderful.
Out of the 7 palette's I was drawn to this one straight away, warm tones are my thang 👍😁
I have given a few a swatch and good grief I am impressed. Cannot wait to whack these on my eyes 😍

Over the years I have picked up every I Heart Makeup chocolate bar palette as quickly as humanly possible when they are released. However, when the Pink Fizz palette was released, the Salted Caramel palette came out around the same time and I had a very difficult choice to make.
I chose the Salted Caramel palette and vowed one day to pick up Pink Fizz...
That day has come
I Heart Makeup I ♡ Pink Fizz Palette *link* £7.99
I chose to wait for this one as it has some cooler tones in it which aren't always my go to but look how pretty ♡
I'm so happy that I picked this one up and I now have all of the chocolate bar palettes
*waits for news for brand new palette* :D

Next up was a palette that I had seen on YouTube and was drawn to for a few specific shades and also can I just say,
that rose gold packaging is e v e r y t h i n g...
Makeup Revolution Ultra 32 Eyeshadow Palette Flawless 3 Resurrection *link* £8
Can we just talk about the middle shades on the bottom row?! 
SO beautiful. I'm not one for doing my makeup to match the season we're in so although I guess these shades in particular are 'autumnal' I'll be wearing these bad boys all year round 😎
I have all the other Flawless palettes - see? I didn't need any more palettes :D - and really like them all so I feel pretty confident that this one won't disappoint :)

The last palette I got my greedy mitts on was the I Heart Makeup Unicorn Love palette.
I absolutely adore the fuzzy, glittery packaging, it definitely stands out in my collection.
I have no restraint when I see something this beautiful...
I Heart Makeup Unicorn Love Palette *link* £7.99
I mean. Seriously?! 
I really can't handle all these shadows. I honestly feel like I'm undeserving of such gloriousness 😭
The orangey/golden shades are screaming my name but surprisingly, that blue tho :O
Gorgeous <3

The last item I have in this haul is the new limited edition I Heart Makeup Unicorns Dream brush set.
These are the first brushes I have bought from I Heart Makeup (I don't own any from Makeup Revolution yet either :/) and after seeing them online perhaps you can see why I amended my lack of brushes from this brand...
I Heart Makeup Unicorns Dream Brushes *link* £20
Honestly the prettiest brushes I own.
I umm'd and ahh'd about picking these up because, you know, I don't need any more brushes but I of course caved xD
These are exclusive to Boots, you can order them online and possibly pick them up in store. You can check online for stock of your local store which is exactly what I did :D
When I picked these up I was so happy/excited/elated/best day of my life eva 🙌

So that wraps up my haul and I'm so pleased with everything I picked up :)
Here is a *LINK* to my video version of this if you'd like to see these products in action 😊

What are your recent buys from Makeup Revolution and I Heart Makeup?
Thank you for stopping by :)
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