Fashionista Limited Edition Palette

Hi there! I don’t know who else remembers MUA’s former sister brand Fashionista, but I thought I’d struck gold when I found a few of their Limited Edition and Custom Design palettes online.
Fashionista Custom Design Palette
The first palette I opened was this Fashionista Limited Edition Palette. There’s no number or name on this palette, so I can’t tell you exactly which palette you’d have to look out for. However, I can tell you the names of the eyeshadows in this palette.

Fashionista Custom Design PaletteLet’s start with the pretty ones! The merged brown eyeshadow is called Private Fitting, and the merged pink eyeshadow is called Couture (I think this name is perfect). These are also the first two shades in the swatch.

Now on to the neutrals with the incredibly boring names! The matte light brown eyeshadow is simply called Nude Shade 20, and the shimmery beige gold eyeshadow is called Nude Glimmer Shade 19. Obviously these are the last two shades in the swatch.

This palette was a really nice surprise for me. I love these four eyeshadows because they’re very wearable and really easy to blend. £3 well spent!

Nail Of The Day – Rock Star Glitter

Rock Star GlitterHi there! At first let me apologise, I haven’t been up to much this week because I’ve got a chest infection and have coughing fits every couple of minutes. But I’m on the mend, so I’ll catch up with everyone’s posts and comments soon.

In the meantime, let me show you the cute mani I did last week. I knew I wanted glitter, but I didn’t know what base colour to chose so I opted for three different ones: mint green (Color Club), greyish blue (Revlon Colorstay 280 Blue Slate) and lilac (Fashionista).

The next step was choosing the right glitter. I picked a colourful glitter mix consisting of small, medium and large hex glitter in pink, yellow, orange, blue and black with lime green glitter stars. Honestly, is this the ultimate rock star glitter mix? Well, I  think it definitely is!