Thursday, 8 August 2013

Mini Haul | Fragrance Direct


I didn't intend to go to Fragrance Direct again but so many people had mentioned they had restocked Essie polishes (for the ridiculous price of £1.99,) that I couldn't help but click my way over there - the thing is I decided against more polish, strange I know but instead picked up four things (one a repurchase,) that I was actually intrigued in.

First up is the Royal Seven Way Nail Buffer - I actually lost my previous buffer and for 99 pence I was not about to stick my nose up at it, it works divinely by the by - so if you're in the market for a new buffer - look no further.

My repurchase was of course the Burt's Bees Facial Cleanser which feels like a gel/oil when you work it in - it smells gorgeous and really is the perfect cleanser for morning time.

The Manhattan Eyebrow Kit (I'm sorry but I can't find the link, I'm thinking it must be out of stock but the brand page is here - it may come back into stock,) features a dark brown and a light brown powder plus a setting wax, the texture is very nice indeed but I'll have to see about longevity - so keep an eye out for this one on the blog at a later date...

Last but not least is the Royal tweezer and glass nail file kit - I'd been hankering after a glass nail file and this is perfect, the tweezers are just a bonus (they do a good job, very sturdy,) it's so easy to get the shape I want without faffing around which seems to be the case with standard nail files sending dust flying everywhere. Once again I can't get the link so it might be out of stock but the brands nail tool page is here.

So that's my little hauls over and out - have you had any recent discoveries and new purchases?

Peace!

2 comments:

  1. The Burt's Bees cleanser sounds really lovely to use and gentle! I wouldn't have had as much self-restraint in skipping cheap Essie polishes ;)

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    1. It really is a lovely cleanser - it's a hard one to pin between oil/gel/balm - quite a concoction! I'm running out of room on the polish front - hence the hesitation... ;)

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