So some new goodies have made their way here to LWSS HQ and I though about doing a haul but I prefer to do collective hauls rather than 10 mini hauls. I’m very happy so far with all of these items and thought I’d let you know If they have the “worthy” seal of approval . . .
Essie Bahama Mama is a nice berry toned wine color. I said its like they took M.A.C Rebel lipstick and liquified it into polish form. After my 3 week break of no lacquered tips ( So hard to stay away from the nail stash) I finally caved and slapped it on. I love this shade and it sits at my top picks along with my After School Boy Blazer polish.
I blame my Jouer obsession on Anna! You try one product and you’re instantly hooked. Everything is so fresh and natural which is right up my street. I adore this cream highlighter in the shade Champagne, a rose gold color. It’s so natural on the skin without being chunky or overly shimmery!
Two lipstick to add to the stash are Rimmel Lets Get Naked (a peachy pink) and Marc Jacobs Lip Gel in Role Play (a dusty rose). I love the Rimmel moisture renew line and saw this in one of Amarixe’s videos and had to have it! As for the Marc Jacobs Lip Gel I picked this up during the VIB event and I’m very happy with the formula. The packaging is nice and hefty with a nice magnetic closure. It’s also very pigmented which is a plus in my book!
I saved the best for last of course, here is the Diptyque 50th Anniversary 5 Candle Gift Set in all its glory! This set allows you to try out different scents without having to by the full sizes. They are smaller than the regular mini sizes but worth the investment. It also makes for great little stocking stuffers or gifts if you want to wrap them individually. I also received a sample of Diptyque’s Tam Dao and I think I’ve found my new scent for the winter time. It’s very musky but then fades into something sweeter throughout the day, I must have this (Christmas is coming if the boy is reading this!).
Don’t be surprised if you see any of these products in my upcoming favorites . . .