Recently I did a swap with a fellow blogger who lives in the UK. We got in contact through instagram surprisingly enough and the rest is history. First before I get into all the lovely goodies Imo got me, I just want to give her a huge thank you! Everything you picked out for me is absolutely perfect and there were items in there I would have never known to ask for, but I’m so glad you picked them out!
Here they are:
Going from left to right we have the MUA blushers in Lolly (powder) and Scrummy (cream), and an eye shadow palette in Heaven and Earth. Gosh lipsticks in Nude and Delicious. The Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in 3 – this may have been the ite I was looking forward to the most. Barry M Nail Paints in Coconut and Elderberry. Borgious Bronzing powder and highlighter (aka the chocolate bar bronzer), the 1 Second Volume Mascara and the Rouge Edition Velvet liquid lipstick in Nude-ist (which is absolutely phenomenal!).
As for the non-makeup bits, going from left to right we have some amazing Desert Skittles (more on this later), the Crabtree & Evelyn Pomegranate hand cream, and the Nivea in shower body moisturizer. Oh and a cute little pair of sunnies that I forgot to include in this photo!
Ok feel free to skip over this little bit, but I found this incredibly interesting! So here in the US we know that pretty much all of our processed food, and some of our fresh produce are made with GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and even though a Bill has gone to congress and senate mutpile tymes we can never seem to manage to get it passed so that our foods will be required to label items that contain GMOs. And on the back of this skittle package there was a large sticker listing all the nutritional info, but below that there was a clear label, saying that this product contain GMOs. I had no idea that in the UK they had those kinds of labels! Anyways, off my soap box now, and props to the UK for being progressive with their food labels.
Let me know if you guys would like to have of these things reviewed! Until next time . . .