Spendy Wendy...

Maybelline Colorsensation Elixirs in Caramel Infused, Signature Scarlet and Rose Defined
Maybelline Baby Lips Dr Rescue Lip Balm 
Loreal La Nude Palette
Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer
Relvon's Vixen Nail Polish
Essie's Summit Stylish
Barry M Polishes in Chai, Treasure Chest and Moonlight

Around this time of year all the brands go crazy for Christmas gifts and I love it. I always end up buying too much to get the free sets! And that's exactly what I did on my recent trip into Boots... 
So after falling in love with the Maybelline Colorsensation Elixirs I picked up three more shades, Caramel Infused, Signature Scarlet and Rose Defined, a shade for every possible occasion. Then as a freebie I got the Baby Lips Dr Rescue Lip Balm which I would never of bought myself but I'm actually looking forward to trying it. 
Then from Loreal I got their recently launched La Nude Palette which has some really stunning shades in it and is really great for the price. Then I wanted to compare the Extraordinaire Liquid Lipstick to the Maybelline equivalents so I picked up one in Molto Mauve. That then meant I qualified for the free gift which was a foursome of their products, including a lipstick, nail varnish, eye liner and mascara, all in very festive shades. I also then received a free limited edition Christmas Nail Varnish from Barry M from spending over £6 on their products, so I picked up a repurchased of their gold glitter and then their gel polish in Chai. Since loosing my Max Factor Ruby Fruit Nail Polish I thought I'd pick a similar shade up (not the same, so when I find it I wouldn't be annoyed) so I picked up a blogger's fave Relvon's Vixen and I love it. Then to go with that I grabbed Essie's Summit of Stylish which might look similar to the Barry M one I just bought but it's totally not (justifying it to myself here) the Essie is a true gold where as the Barry M one is much yellower. 
Then on my way to the til I spotted a little sample stand which is very dangerous for my bank balance, and I thought I'd try the Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer which is oil free and I'm always open for different primer to wow me. 

Jess xo

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