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Lottie London Shadow Swatch The Rusts – Urban Decay Naked Heat Dupe?

I feel like Lottie London is a bit of an unsung hero It started with the fantastic make up brush cleanser, then moved onto the excellent brushes. Most recently, I picked up a palette. Whilst longing for the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette, I found a few potential dupes. Excited to try more from Lottie London, I picked up their rusty offering. For just £9.95 you get 12 wearable shades. When it comes to value, I was pretty impressed. The palette itself is super heavy, well made and comes with  ...

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January Beauty Empties

Time for another empties post! I find these really handy to read (and to write) as it’s great to see if opinions have changed. A few times I’ve loved a product straight out the box and then grown to hate it by the time it goes in the ’empties’ pile. This month I’ve used up a few products that I’ve had for ages now. In particular there are a couple of Liz Earle goodies. Instant Boost Skin Tonic I’m not normally a bit toner fan but this came with a  ...

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The Weekend Review: Lottie London make up brush cleanser

I feel like make up brush cleansers are the things I review most here. I never seem to settle on one that I truly like and as it’s something I use every week without fail now (I’m getting very good at washing my brushes regularly now) I’m invested in finding the right one. While stocking up goodies from Feel Unique for the first time I came across a Lottie London offering. I’ve spoken about how much I like their brushes before and as it was only £6.99 (although I had  ...

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The Weekend Review: Lottie London Eyeshadow Brush

If you read this week’s Look Fantastic review then you’ll know I liked the Lottie London angled brush that was inside. As I mentioned in that post I was actually hoping for the blending brush and so when I got wind of 20% code for Look Fantastic, I bought myself an eyeshadow brush.This was just £4 with the voucher – bargain! These are really nice sturdy feeling brushes, with lovely bristles and don’t feel like cheap brushes at all. I’ve used it a few times now  ...

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