Claire's Piercing Solution - £5
Now I know this isn't jewelry perse, but this week my second piercing has been throbbing and bleeding, and this here Claire's Ear Piercing Solution has always been my trusty go-to for when my piercings ache. My piercings are supersensitive, and my body hates piercings (I've had my bellybutton reject twice!) so you know this stuff is good if it works on me :) I'd actually thrown my second bottle away cuz I thought my piercing had calmed down, but when this happened this week I instantly went out to get it :) Definitely recommend!
Sleek Sunset Palette - £6.50
I imagine that the Sunset palette probably isn't the most popular out of the Sleek palettes, but it was my first ever Sleek palette and has been ignored for far too long after I bought my Storm palette. I turned to it the other day when I was looking at palettes to get for Thanie and I's swap, and decided to give it a shot. I've been using a lot of the pink gold and the copper :)
28 Neutral Palette - Price Varies on eBay
I did my first proper eye tutorial this week that I'm ridiculously proud of and it's made me start using the Neutral Palette because it does bring out the creative side in me, but keeping it in the wearable neutral arena :)
MAC Creme Cup Lipstick - £13.50
I wouldn't be surprised if I've included it in the past, just a nice pale baby pink for me :) I'm lacking in the mid-tone pink department, so I've been turning to this baby in the meantime.
Rimmel Lasting Finish Foundation - £4.99 & Barbara Daly Oil Free Foundation - £6.99
I finished my Revlon Colourstay yesterday, so I've been turning to my spring/summer mix of these 2 foundations. It gives the fullest and most natural coverage ever, although I must say sometimes it's hard to mix the exact amount to get the perfect shade, but I always get close enough :P I would recommend Barbara Daly's foundation on its own if you can find the colour - I couldn't, sadly :(
Mulberry Bayswater Imitation - £12
Yes, okay, it's lacking in the tree logo department but I've been dreaming about a Bayswater since I got my first Mulberry. I'm not a fan of the Alexa at all - I've always been a Bayswater/Daria person. I didn't want to go with the camel because everyone has camel bags these days, and I didn't want black because that's the colour I want when I start a proper job. Chocolate brown is casual enough and suited for the 99% cold climate here. Just thought I could do with a make-shift one until I can afford the real one.. although I can see myself getting something else from them before I can afford the Bayswater! :)
St. Moriz Mousse - £3
I did my first fake tan this week! I found it very easy to do, and I found that one layer of this stuff brings me back to my usual skintone, and two layers gives me a bit of a tan. Really like it, and will definitely be reapplying when I feel the need :)
NARS Orgasm or Deep Throat Blush - £20.50
MAC Girl About Town Lipstick - £13.50
Nope, my wants haven't changed for a couple of weeks now.. I think it's a sign :)
A drugstore haul!
Now obviously with the Project Pan going on, I will never 'waste' my allowances on a drugstore product especially because the reason why I started it in the first place was to stop splurging on whim products that I buy in the drugstore. However, I've been getting very jealous of drugstore product posts these days, as I know there are few that are really good, and am thinking of treating myself to one in May, as one of my 3 exceptions because it's my birthday month :)
What have you been liking this week guys? :)