Want to see what goodies I recently picked up from Fragrance Direct?
Maybelline Color Tattoos in Endless Purple, Turquoise Forever, Eternal Gold and Timeless Black – RRP £1.50 each
I’ve always been a big fan of the Maybelline Colour Tattoos ever since I first tried On and On Bronze and Permanent Taupe. I then went on to get Pink Gold, Metallic Pomegranate and Everlasting Navy in my December Glossybox. Normally these cream shadows cost around £5.00 so when I spotted them on Fragrance Direct for a mere £1.50, I snapped up all the shades that I didn’t already have. I know what you’re thinking “Really Shannon, I can’t see you using Turquoise Forever.” Well as part of my 2014 resolutions, I’m trying to be more adventurous when it comes to colour so I’ll definitely be giving it a whirl.
NYC City Mono Eyeshadow in Luxury Reborn, Bazaar and Midtown Mocha – RRP 50p each
I don’t think I’ve ever tried any NYC eyeshadows but there’s a first time for everything, right? I picked up three quite neutral shades for just fifty pennies each. In all honesty I’m not expecting them to be the best shadows on the planet but who knows, they might be little gems. If they’re rubbish then no big deal, they cost next to nothing.
NYC Color Wheel Mosaic Face Powder in Rose Glow – RRP £1.50
I’ve wanted this product for so, so long but whenever I’ve gone to get it from Superdrug, it’s been out of stock. Thankfully Fragrance Direct had it so I quickly snapped it up when I spotted it. Best thing? It was discounted (Woop woop!) I’ve not tried it yet but once I’ve gave it a thorough testing, I’ll do a full, in depth review.
Maybelline Nail Polish in Speeding Light and Green Zing – RRP £1.50 each
Next up I got two Maybelline nail polishes. I got Speeding Light, a gorgeous bright blue toned fuchsia and Green Zing, a vibrant neon green. Of course I don’t NEED any more nail polish but I simply couldn’t resist. I can’t wait to cover my nails in both polishes, particularly Green Zing which I think will look amazing with a tan.
Lee Stafford Fake My Tan Instant Tanning Spritz in Dark – RRP £2.50
Speaking of having a tan, I got this Lee Stafford Fake My Tan Instant Tanning Spritz in Dark. As a pale lady who wants a natural, yet glowing tan, admittedly it was quite silly of me to get Dark but in my defence I simply didn’t see the Light version until after I’d paid for my goodies. I know, I know, I’m super dopey at times. Oh well, I guess I’ll just have to try and see how a darker tan works out for me.
Have you picked up any Fragrance Direct bargains lately?