Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Summer lipgloss - Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss

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  I have to admit I do love a bit of lip gloss action, so when my friend suggested this lip gloss I couldn't resist, especially as it is now summer time and the 'Kiss me Coral' colour, from the revlon super lustrous lip gloss line, is just perfect for summer. 

If you're like me and your quite scared of wearing brights or don't think they suite you, then this lip gloss is perfect, because the sheer formula of this lipgloss lets you get away with this bright colour. 

Swatch with flash 


Swatch without flash

This lip gloss includes light reflecting particles which look lovely in the sun and also in any photographs. 

The only problems I have found with this lipgloss is that it doesn't last very long through eating and that it can be a bit patchy to begin with, but once you build it up a little, it goes. I have also heard that it has a SPF of 15 which makes it a must for Summer. 

Have you tried any of these yet?

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Holiday treat

So recently I went on a little holiday treat with my friends (and my mum of course), to celebrate the end of our GCSE's and it was fabulous. We went to the lovely Greek island of Kos, it was incredibly hot and sunny, but I must say I have quite a decent tan (except for the bottom of my legs which are very patchy).  So here's a few pics from the holiday. 

We went on a lovely boat trip in the middle of the week, it was called the three island boat trip. The first  island we visited only had one house and one church, so there wasn't many things to do, however the church was very small and interesting and best of all we had the opportunity to jump into the transparent sea, which was incredible. The second island we went to, was famous for discovering sponges and also there famous cake (which was absolutely stunning). So the last island we visited was called Pserimos, Which was picture perfect filled with little greek houses and little stalls.