Thursday, 14 July 2011


Hi there Lovelies :)

A good few weeks ago I ordered some rings from LLYMLRS's jewellery shop JWLRY. I have never been a big ring wearer but I have always admired Lily's style and especially her jewellery so I thought I would just go for it and order some of the beauties she sells on there. I plumped for the random five stone ring mix and I was definitely not dissappointed!

I think I got quite a nice selection. There is something that will go with pretty much every outfit and even be able to layer together. They are all one size with adjustable backs and really good quality. Best of all I got all of these for just £10!

Thanks for reading,

Monday, 11 July 2011

Costco Borghese Brush Set

Hey there lovelies,
Hope you all had a great weekend!

I am super excited to be posting about this brush set! I have been on the hunt for one of the costco brush sets ever since the first one was in stores a few christmases back. My friend recieved the old one as a gift and I was so envious, they were so soft and I just had to have them. Alas they sold out and apparently would only be around in the holidays, so I could only find them on eBay at quite a hefty sum considering the main factor attracting me to them was the affordable price... Untill I found this....

A few months back I saw a few videos floating around YouTube of the new brush set Borghese had released at Costco. I rang around a few Costco's near me with no luck, so I gave up hope. Needless to say I was so excited when I was mooching around the health and beauty section last weekend and came across these beauties at the bargainous price of £19.19 (inc VAT).

First impressions - I am in love! All of them are great quality, very well made, super soft with minimal shedding, far less than my Sigma brushes! My favourites have to be the Powder Kabuki Brush, the Round Foundation Brush and Eye Powder Flush Brush! There are some great brushes in this set, both essentials and some more obscure yet brilliant brushes that you don't see often. The brush roll is also a great addition, as I don't own one and traveling with my brushes is an absolute pain as they will get misshapen however this will definitely help! I will be doing a full review post of them in the future once I've had a proper play around with them.

What are your favourite brushes?
Thanks for reading.