Lottie London Lip Kit

Since I had brain surgery in late January, I've been even more housebound than usual. I'm managed two short outings with my family since then and on both occasions I test drove this Lip Kit in the shade #TBT from Lottie London cosmetics. It has been waiting patiently for it's moment for quite some time… Continue reading Lottie London Lip Kit

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Urban Decay: Vice Lipstick and 24/7 Glide On Lipliner

Chronic pain and illness are real time thieves. I've had this lipstick and lipliner for quite a while but had to wait ages for a 'good' day to come along (where I was able to apply makeup and leave home for few hours with my family). Of course my illnesses steal much more than valuable… Continue reading Urban Decay: Vice Lipstick and 24/7 Glide On Lipliner

MAC Pro Longwear Lip Pencil: 1st Impressions 

I made it to Dublin recently for a long weekend with lots of my family. If you're a regular reader or Twitter buddy, you'll know that travelling is very difficult for me due to my neurological condition so it's not something  I attempt often. As this was a one-off event so I decided to give… Continue reading MAC Pro Longwear Lip Pencil: 1st Impressions 

Drugstore ‘Nude’ Lipstick and Liner Combo including £1 Lipliner 

 As much as I adore Mac lipsticks and lipliners, I do love finding drugstore gems that can be used to create a similar look. If like me you love the 'nude' shades at Mac (personally I adore the nudes that have a little mauve/pink running through the brown...none of which is actually nude on my… Continue reading Drugstore ‘Nude’ Lipstick and Liner Combo including £1 Lipliner 

Mac Cherry Lipliner and Brave Red Lipstick: Review 

I've become obsessed with Mac lipsticks in the last year or so and have looked at/swatched lots and bought quite a few; I thought I had a pretty good idea what lip products I wanted to include in my recent Mac haul. So imagine my surprise when I spotted a shade of lipstick I'd never heard… Continue reading Mac Cherry Lipliner and Brave Red Lipstick: Review