Sunday, 29 September 2013

Covergirl Lashblast Volume Mascara



I feel like I haven't tried a new mascara in ages! Because I always have so many on the go at once, I have started to feel slightly guilty for not using one up first before I purchase another. But when on holiday, it was a once-in-a-blue-moon opportunity to pick up some beauty products I had been wanting to try for ages, and so the Covergirl Lashblast Volume graced my basket.

There were so many to chose from that I felt a little overwhelmed by which one to pick up. There were already some mascaras from other brands that I was eyeing to so I really couldn't convince myself to pick up more than one Covergirl version. I'd heard a lot about them online before I left but as soon as I was graced with the choice I didn't know what I was doing.

I ended up going for this one in the hope that it was going to be incredible and I wouldn't regret not picking up the Clump Crusher.



The packaging is pretty basic. I like that it's orange but other than that there's not really to much to say about it.

Another thing that was nice was getting to see a clean wand before it went into the mascara so that I knew exactly what it looked like. It's funny that I always love coloured wands but as soon as it hits the mascara you're never going to know what colour it was anyway. Haha.



I thought the wand was quite fat and short. I liked this fact as I hadn't really worked with anything extremely similar before. The closest I could think of was my Volume Million Lashes by L'Oreal which I loved.

The fact that it was short lead me to believe it would be easy to get into the inner corners and down into the roots of the lashes to shuffle the product upwards. It turned out that the inner corners were fine but the base work could sometimes be a bit messy.



The mascara looks ok on. It doesn't look overly fantastic. It definitely gives me some volume and a little length. However there is absolutely no way that this mascara can hold a curl. I only put one layer of product on and my eyelashes were instantly weighed down. I have trouble with straight lashes anyways so this was a disappointment for me.

I further realised that it has smudged a bit in the outer corner during the day and there were one to two flakes falling down. Over all, I thought that this product would be better than it was. I started off getting excited about using it but now I'm thinking about giving it to a friend who might get better use from it.

I wish that I had picked up the Clump Crusher but I guess the result could have been the same. Who knows. I know that some girls swear by this mascara but I'm afraid it's just not the one for me.

Covergirl Lashblast Volume Mascara - $12.99 with pencil from CVS

Saturday, 28 September 2013

Let's Bake: Millionaires' Shortbread

It feels like it has been forever since I have done a 'Let's Bake' post. I think it's because I realised that baking every week and eating the goodies would seriously make me pile on the pounds. For that reason I stopped for a bit and then went on holiday. All in all, everything got a bit crazy. However I am happy to say that I got my baking hat back on this week and made some yummy Millionaires' Shortbread. There are definitely things I would do differently next time I make it but overall it turned out pretty well.

If you want to make some yourself or are just interested to see how mine turned out, look no further than below these words :)



These are the ingredients that I used. If you would like to see a full list of ingredients plus the measurements required to make these shortbreads, you can click here for the recipe that I followed.



So I got my 'Jamie's 15 minute meals' head on, as per usual, and weighed everything before I started.



The first step is to mix the flour and the sugar together which I just did with a wooden spoon. You can do this with your fingers but I generally don't like getting my hands into the food unless I really have to...



Having said that, the next step is to rub the softened butter into the flour-sugar mixture until you get fine breadcrumbs. This can take a while, and if you're anything like me you'll end up with hand cramp! It's funny that dad only offered to help when the job was pretty much done. Haha. Typical. So much for baking together :P

After you've done that you need to press the breadcrumbs together to form a dough. At this point I forgot to take photos so I shall skip to the part where the dough is in the tray!



If you lightly grease the tray you're using it will make the shortbread easier to remove later.

I thought that I was going to end up making two trays but in the end I made one. Unfortunately this meant that I had to add one dough ball on top of another which is why you can see a different section in the middle. Whoopsies.

Anyways just squidge it down any way you can and prick it with a fork before popping it in the oven for around 20 minutes, or until its lightly golden brown.



Tada!!! Time to let the shortbread cool before applying the caramel.



At this point you probably should make caramel, just not if you're me apparently. Dad and I figured that it would be way to difficult to do that, so we bought tinned caramel instead - cheaters! It turned out to be not such a wise idea because this caramel doesn't really set. We had to stick ours in the freezer so that it would go hard enough to apply the melted chocolate on top. Haha.

We would definitely make our own caramel next time, so I would click on the link at the start of this post to find out how to make that :)



When the caramel was set we simply melted some chocolate in a bowl over a simmering pan of water. Once that was melted we smoothed it on top of everything. Licking the spatular was heaven! Bakers benefits!



This went back into the fridge to set and came out looking like.....



THIS! Yay, it worked! But that's not a very pretty plate...



That's much better :) So there we have it... My beginners attempt at Millionaires' Shortbread. If you have a go, please let me know in the comments below how you get on! Especially if you make you're own caramel!

I hope you are all having a glorious weekend and I'll talk to you tomorrow :)

Friday, 27 September 2013

Haul - Abercrombie & Fitch, Sephora, M&S + More!



Hey all :) This week my video is a haul of all the things I've collected over the last few weeks. I've done a little bit more shopping than usual recently as there have been some good offers on that I've definitely wanted to take advantage of.

I hope that you like seeing what I got and definitely let me know in the comments below what you've been purchasing recently.

Wednesday, 25 September 2013

It's A 10 Leave-in Miracle Product



There are not enough ways to describe how amazing this product really is. I knew that it was going to be good, I just didn't realise quite how good otherwise I would have bought the full-sized version. It was quite expensive as it was so I decided to go with the travel sampler and now I completely regret it. This bottle contains around 59ml whereas the bigger version would have held 295 ml. Big error considering I bought this on holiday and you can't get it very freely in the UK.

The It's a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product claimed to solve 10 different hair issues. These are:

Repairing Damage
Adding Shine
Smooths and Controls Frizz
Detangles
Seals and Protects Hair Colour
Stops Breakages
Flat Iron Spray
Thermal Protector
Creates a Silky Feeling
Enhances Natural Body

From my experience, it does every single one of them brilliantly. As soon as I had blow-dried my hair with this product, I was left with super light and cashmere soft hair. It was love at first touch. I could see more body in my hair and over all it just looked healthier.

You know how much I love my added shine, and there was definitely plenty of that with this spray. I didn't even use my usual shine shampoo when I first tested it out and it still gave incredible results.

What really intrigued and confused me about this product is how it's dispensed from the nozzle. If you look inside the bottle you can see that the product is a thick gel-like consistancy. Therefore how it then gets pumped out and sprayed onto the hair in a fine mist is completely beyond me. It's like some incredible harry potter magic and I love it.

I will definitely be ordering the bigger size from Amazon even though it is incredibly expensive. I would say that if you can afford it, it is most definitely worth giving a go. This is swiftly making it's way to being a holy grail product for me.

It's A 10 Miracle Leave-In Product - £26.95 for 295ml from Amazon

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Maybelline Great Lash Clear Mascara/Brow Gel



Apparently the Maybelline Great Lash Clear Mascara is sold in the UK but i've never actually clapped eyes on it myself. Therefore I picked it up on holiday and have been using it ever since.

I'm a great believer in using drugstore brow gels. They do the trick so there is really no need to waste your money on a high end version that will no doubt be exactly the same. I've tried one or two different versions but have stuck to my trusty Gosh Defining Brow Gel for a while now. It's cheap and it does the job. I only wish that it lasted longer as the product will run out after a couple of months.

I've got my eye on the tinted version by Maybelline presently - the same brand who created this Great Lash Clear Mascara which you can use as a brow gel as well.



The main thing I noticed about this product was how thin and watery it was in comparison to my usual Gosh version. I think that due to this thin consistency, my brows never feel crunchy when I use this gel. Personally I don't mind them being a little bit stiff so long as they don't look like it!

The brush on this seems to be a lot more structured. By this I mean that it combs my brows into lines of hair instead of just setting them in place, looking natural as they are. I don't know whether that's due to the Great Lash product primarily being designed for eyelashes therefore needing the separation.

Over all I think it's a little hard to pick between the two. The Maybelline version here is less crispy and you get more product, whereas the Gosh version has a better wand and a stronger hold.

If I had to pick, I would say the Gosh Gel pips Maybelline to the post - even if it is more expensive in the long run. I just prefer it over all.

If you have any great brow gel recommendations or have tried the new Maybelline Brow Tint, let me know in the comments below :)

Maybelline Great Lash Mascara/Brow Gel - $5.29 from CVS

Monday, 23 September 2013

Book Worm #16 - The Wish List by Jane Costello

It has been months since I've been able to write a Book Worm post. The reasons being a mix between not having the time to read and generally not being in the mood.

I started this book when it was released around April time and absolutely fell in love with it. I'm a huge fan of Jane Costello and have read all of her books.

The beginning few chapters were incredibly funny but I think I lost my way a bit after that. I felt that the story dipped for a while so I found other things to do. However I can now say it picks right up again and I was completely gripped towards the end.

Although I found the story to be a little bit predictable at parts, it was still a very enjoyable read and a completely perfect beach book, even though that season has now past.

Let me fill you in on a little bit of the blurb.

Emma is a 29-year-old woman working for a children's TV studio and her life feels less than perfect. She thought that by the time she hit the big 3-0 things would be a lot different. Her life feels like a bit of a failure, but then she finds the list. It soon becomes apparent that it's time to make some changes and if she wants to feel like she is living life to the full, the perfect way to do this is by completing all of the tasks she set herself to do on the list when she was a teenager - everything from having a one night stand, to seeing the northern lights and finding the man she was going to marry. On her journey she encounters heart break like she's never known, embarrassment that is terminally scaring and realises that finding herself might actually turn out to be who she was all along.

This book, along with all Jane's others, is incredibly easy and fun to read. They will all have you laughing out loud and really relating to the main woman at points as well.

What I think this story is best for is the brilliantly hilarious one-liners that Jane inserts every few lines. Some of my favourites include, "I have come to the conclusion that if my dress survives the night under such colossal pressure, Karen Millen should consider a side line in the production of mountaineering clips" and "Pulling up the zip is a quasi-gymnastic experience, leaving me red-faced, sweaty and panting like a hyena that's been locked in a car on a hot day". I won't say any more as I don't want to give all of the jewels away.

I really would recommend it too all girls that like a light-hearted rom-com. I would further recommend it to people who think they don't really like to read that much. The Wish List is such an easy book to engross yourself in that you are guaranteed to find yourself enjoying it and getting absorbed in the story just like I always do myself.

Awaiting your next book, Jane :)
Sincerely, Helena x

Sunday, 22 September 2013

Birchbox Review - NOTD - Révérence de Bastien Nail Lacquer No14


I painted my nails with this nail polish on Friday morning. It is now Sunday afternoon and three of my nails have already chipped quite severely. Even though I used my trusty top coat, Séché Vite, it clearly made no difference whatsoever.

I actually really love the colour of this polish and the formulation didn't seem bad to me at first. It applied quite nicely and wasn't overly streaky. The brush was a little thin which means you have to apply the polish in 3 strokes to the nail, but that's fine. It was still relatively easy to apply the polish neatly. After two coats the lacquer was completely opaque and I was quite pleased with it over all.

If it hadn't chipped so easily, this would have become one of my staple nail polishes this season. However I feel that this is incredibly overpriced for what it is. I can buy an Essie polish for around half the price, apply 3 coats and it wouldn't chip for a good 5 days. I haven't done any manual work that would mean my nails chipping sooner than usual, so I'm left feeling a bit disappointed.

How did you get on with your nail polish?

Révérence de Bastien Nail Lacquer in No14 - £16 from Birchbox

Saturday, 21 September 2013

Maybelline Color Whispers



Today's review is another featuring gorgeous products that I got on my hols to America. I am completely baffled as to why these Maybelline Color Whispers haven't been bought over to the UK yet. They have been out for a long time in the USA so you would have thought Maybelline would have made the launch here. Maybe they are available in the UK but with a different name? I don't know. Let me know in the comments below.

Anyways, I've been testing them out over the last week or two and I wanted to give you the load down on what I thought. The shades I managed to pick up were Berry Ready (left) and Who Wore It Redder? (right). Obviously I had to pick up these colours as autumn was approaching at the time and I wanted to be very season appropriate. I also really love red lipsticks now so I couldn't help myself.



As far as I knew, these Whispers were meant to be the Maybelline version of Revlon's Lip Butters. I absolutely can't say enough good things about the lip butters themselves so you can imagine why I dived straight for these beauties in CVS.

I really love the simple and clean cut packaging. The huge bonus that it resembles what shade you've picked does not go unmissed. It's so much easier to find which one I want in my makeup bag when the packaging is like this, so thank you Maybelline.

I do kinda wish that the lipsticks were shaped a little differently though. Because they are so incredibly pigmented, the shape of them means that it's hard to get a perfect cupid's bow unless you use a brush. I generally try to use the edge of the product to line my lips but that can still be pretty challenging.



You really only need the smallest amount to get huge colour pay off with these. The first time I tested them out I decided to dab the product onto my lips for a more sheer effect. That turned out to be wishful thinking. There is absolutely nothing sheer about these lip products. The colour goes on strong and bold the first time it touches the lips and will not budge unless you're eating a big meal.

I expected the whispers to be a little bit more glossy and a little more moisturising than they were. They were almost like a lipstick stain in that you couldn't feel they were there, the colour was fantastic and lasted a really long time, but that's where the buck stops. I found myself reaching for a lip balm to put under/over the top for that extra moisture and shine. Once this was done, the whispers became my ideal lip product due to the fact that they needed so little touch ups and i'm a lazy girl when it comes to makeup maintenance during the day.

I much preferred Who Wore It Redder? over Berry Ready but I can't really explain why. It just seemed to wear a lot nicer than the other one. Perhaps this was because Berry Ready was a slightly bolder choice. Who knows. Although Who Wore It Redder? looks like quite a natural pink in the picture, I can assure you that it is still quite a colourful shade of pink/red. I was wearing it in my last Youtube video which is featured in the post below this one if you want to take a look.

Over all I do like these lipsticks. I would purchase some more but they would be in more subtle shades as the pigmentation is so high. Although they don't bleed, I would recommend wearing a lipliner for easier application of this lipstick. It will give you a much nicer edge. Keep some lip balm at the ready when you wear these and you'll be ready to go.

Maybelline Color Whispers - $7.49 from CVS

Friday, 20 September 2013

Autumn Nail Polishes 2013


It's friday again! Normally I would be doing my Birchbox video this week but I decided to switch it up instead. A lot of people do Birchbox reveals nowadays and I wanted to do something a little bit different. Therefore I won't be doing Birchbox videos anymore, but I will still be revealing what I received in an Insta-video over on my Instagram page. Go ahead and follow me over there for the latest updates. My username is @edgeofbeauty or you can click on the Instagram icon under my face on the right hand side :)

So, as you can probably tell by the title, this video is all about my favourite nail picks for the Autumn season. I tried to keep on trend but I did throw in a few of my personal favourites for good measure. Nude is definitely a strong trend this year, although I didn't really pop any of those in as mine tend to be pinks and I wanted to focus on the colours that were more strongly associated with this season.

I hope you enjoy and I'll speak to you again tomorrow. Have a lovely weekend!

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Not So Much Junk (mail)!

Every single time I go in my inbox I am guaranteed to be bombarded with email upon email of complete junk. 'Helena, reclaim your PPI in 30 seconds!' and 'This is your lucky day. You've won $317 million pound jackpot' are just some of the spam I get sent all the time. However, hidden between the waste-of-time email and the how-did-you-get-this-adress spam is my favourite kind of mail, the kind of mail that I always look forward to opening and taking a peek at - beauty mail.


Getting emails from the likes of Beautybay, Feel Unique and Escentual are almost always welcome. They come jam-packed with amazing new launches and awesome discount codes. For example, if you look carefully at the top of your Feel Unique emails you will spot on occasion a number of codes for free samples that I never really noticed until very recently. 

Warning: opening these emails is not good for your bank balance.

I am almost guaranteed to find something I want in these beauty bulletins. And although they are still classed as junk mail to some, they are the hidden pleasures of cleaning out my inbox to me. Above are the items I have my eye on from this week's selection of mail.

Don't get me started on the Liberty emails I get. They persuade you to spend £150 so that you can have the ultimate gift with your order. Oh believe me Liberty, I would if the bank balance allowed.



For now I'll just keep buying lottery tickets in the hope that one day I will be able to fund my beauty mail habbits.

One day Liberty. One day.

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Anastasia Brow Wiz Skinny Brow Pencil



The first time I heard about this product was through JuicyStar07 on Youtube or Blair as she's better known. As soon as she mentioned it and I saw her wearing it, it caught my eye. I knew that it would be a product I wanted to try out but at the time I couldn't find anywhere in the UK that sold it.

After that it slipped from my mind until I saw a bunch of UK guru's testing it out and loving it too. This sparked my intrigue again and I knew that it was now permanently on my shopping list. Cult Beauty were stocking it but I didn't really have any money to spend.

Cure to the problem? Buy it in America with the spending money I had earned from work just beforehand. Sorted. The first day we were in New York I strutted to the Anastasia counter and this was the first thing I picked up. I bought the shade Ebony and it matches my brows nicely.



The packaging is ultra slim and chic. I really love the black and gold together. I've never had a twist up pencil before so this was a completely new experience for me.

What I really noticed was that although the pencil has lid caps at the either end, they didn't fall off at all! That is one of my pet peeves! I can't stand it when they just slide off and you're left wondering where on earth they went! Like bobbie pins and hair ties! But that's another story all together. As I was saying before I went off on a tangent.. The lids are attached incredibly well. They click on and off securely, which is very satisfying. To be honest that is a huge selling point for me. The product has been made with love and doesn't feel cheap.



As I explained, you have your twist up pencil at one end and your Spoolie at the other. To start with I absolutely hated the Spoolie. It was so small and I was used to using my No7 one that I bought when I first started doing my brows which is a fair amount bigger. I just felt like I couldn't get the shape I wanted but I have learnt how to use it now and can comb them through much more effectively.

The pencil is incredibly thin and wax like. As you flick it through your brows it creates thin strokes which look like tiny hairs. This means that your brows look a lot more natural when they've been filled in. This is definitely a lighter look which I can't say I prefer over powder because they both create two different looks and it depends which one you are after.

What I do like is how easy it is to fill in the front of your brows without overdoing them so that they look harsh and drawn on. I normally struggle to make this look normal with a powder and often try to skip the front all together. However an idea would be to use the pencil for the front and powder for the rest to get a really perfect finish. I'm not a pro at filling in my eyebrows at the best of times as you will see below, but it certainly helps with this pencil. Now for a weird shot of my face. Do excuse me..



I don't really feel like I need to set my brows with a gel after using this pencil but I do so anyway. I feel that there's nothing to set as the pencil is very unlikely to smudge whereas a powder could definitely stray. I already love the Gosh Defining Brow Gel but i've been testing out the Maybelline Great Lash Gel recently and a review will be coming up within the next couple of days.

Over all I would repurchase this pencil but I feel like I'm going to go through it very quickly. Every time I fill in my brows I have to wind up more of the pencil and it makes me concerned about how much product there was to begin with and how quickly that will be gone! If all else fails I'm happy to go back to powder which lasts a lifetime and use this product only on occasion.

Having said that, it definitely is the best pencil I've found for filling in my brows. It's precise, you don't need to sharpen it and it wears all day without a smudge. Incredible.

Have you tried this Brow Pencil?

Anastasia Brow Wiz Skinny Brow Pencil - £15.50 from Cult Beauty

Monday, 16 September 2013

Sanctuary Spa 4 Day Moisture Oil Scrub



I recently started trying out the Sanctuary Spa collection as I have never really ventured into this brand before. I have always been intrigued when I see their products on shelves in Boots, but never took the plunge and bought any. I got to try out the Salt Scrub* which I liked and didn't like for various reasons. I figured that this Oil Scrub* would be a little gentler on the skin which was what it needed, so I was excited to give this a go. Sure enough, I wasn't left disappointed.



Olive Oil, Shea Butter and Gold of Pleasure Oil are just some of the gorgeous ingredients which help to make this scrub so luxurious and soft. Although it still contains the salt crystals which exfoliate the skin, this product is no where near as harsh as the one previously mentioned.

It comes in a slightly less fancy container but much more practical. I still love the packaging regardless as the bright orange intrigues me and unlike others, I like tubs for products such as this. I find it helps me to know how much scrub is left and how long it will last me for so I don't randomly end up running out. Plus I love to see all the product swirled into a gorgeous pattern - even if it doesn't stay like that for very long. Am I the only person that likes that?!



You can already see that this scrub is a lot smoother than the Salt Scrub I tried. However, when applied to the skin, you still get that very thick film of oil that coats you and feels impossible to remove. I expected this to a certain extent as the product claims to leave your skin feeling moisturised for 4 days and would therefore need to contain a certain amount of oil to do so. Once again, when you start to pat yourself dry, the oily residue does subside but I was definitely left with more of a tacky feeling whilst I let my skin soak up the oils.

Once it had done just that, my skin felt dreamy and soft all over again. With regards to the claims about moisturised skin for 4 days, I would say thats a bit of a stretch. After the end of the second day my skin pretty much went back to it's usual state. I don't tend to have very dry skin but I can definitely tell when I've moisturised and when I haven't. This product will certainly help people who hate moisturising post-shower and typically like products such as the Nivea In-Shower Body Conditioner that do the job for you. However this has the added benefit of exfoliation which might appeal more to some.

Personally I really enjoy this product. The thick oil layer does get to me a little but I can look past it. After all, what do you expect from an Oil Scrub! I definitely wouldn't use body lotion with this product, I would simply use it on a more regular basis. And due to it's lighter exfoliation, I feel that I could do that.

If I had to pick one out of the two scrubs that I've tried. This would definitely be my favourite.

Have you tried either of the scrubs mentioned? Let me know your thoughts on them and any other Sanctuary products in the comments below.

Sanctuary Spa 4 Day Moisture Oil Scrub* - £10 from Boots

Sunday, 15 September 2013

John Frieda Frizz-Ease Smooth Start Shampoo, Conditioner and Hair Serum



My hair has been been playing silly devils with me the last month or so. It just doesn't want to stay sleek and nice looking. Half way through the day I find myself playing with the ends and distressing at how dry and horrible they look. My hair was just generally looking like a huge frizz-ball mess. So on my discovery to find out how to get smooth hair, I tested out John Frieda's new smoothing range and completely fell in love. This stuff has made my locks feel so soft and nourished again. Crazy-mad medusa hair days are long gone. I just wish that I'd tried this stuff sooner.

First I washed my hair twice with the Smooth Start Hydrating Shampoo for Extra Dry Hair*. This smelt really nice. Nothing that completely blew me away but it had a generally pleasant scent. The formulation contains olive oil to help smooth out the hair and tame that unruly frizz.

Unfortunately it does include sulphates but pretty much all of my shampoos do. I know that it's better for your locks if you try to avoid sulphates, but my hair feels so incredible after using this product that I can't help but want to use it again. If I try to shampoo hair as thick as mine without that sulphate element, I generally get into a huge knot. My hair doesn't feel clean and it's impossible to wash without any lather which is what the sulphate helps to create. Until I find something that's sulphate free and works for me, I have no guilt in continuing to use products like this.

Next I conditioned my locks with the Smooth Start Hydrating Conditioner for Extra Dry Hair*. This was another really lovely step. It smelt very similar to the shampoo and generally felt quite moisturising and luxurious. It felt a little more difficult to wash out but nothing too drastic.

Finally I finished with the Original Formula Hair Serum*. The directions say to use this product in the shower on soaking wet hair. You are advised to apply one pump to the lengths of your locks and apply more as required with thickness and length but to use sparingly. Well, when I pumped one shot of this serum into my hand there was literally nothing there. I think this could be due to the sample size not dispensing as much. Therefore I ended up pumping 6 or 7 pumps and then praying it wasn't too much as I applied it to the lengths and ends. However I think that this is the stage that really made the difference. It is a heat protectant so I used this product on it's own before styling and drying my hair. It literally made my locks feel so sleek and baby soft that I was addicted within about 5 minutes of turning on my hair dryer. I absolutely love this stuff and can't wait to get my hands on the full-sized product! It's not too heavy/oily/greasy. It just melted into my hair and left me with the exact desired look I was after - healthy, sleek and nourished locks.

These products are a definite winner in my eyes. I certainly will be buying the full size and definitely recommend you check them out. You won't be disappointed! If you're on Youtube soon watching all of those fabulous beauty guru's, why not head over to John Frieda's Youtube channel as they post a bunch of great videos on there about how to style your locks and what are the best products to use which is super helpful as well.

John Frieda Smooth Start Hydrating Shampoo* and Conditioner* - £5.99 from Boots
John Frieda Original Formula Hair Serum* - £6.29 from Boots

Saturday, 14 September 2013

September Mags - This Month's Best Bits!


Elle Magazine
(Left) Shirt, Jacket, T-shirt, Nail Varnish
(Right) Jacket, Nail Varnish, Jacket, T-shirt



Glamour Magazine 


Cosmopolitan Magazine 
(Left) Heels, Boot, Knee High Boot, Tanner, Ankle Boot
(Middle) Hair Product, Brow Gel, Concealer, Lip Balm, Nail Varnish
(Right, Left Picture) Lipstick

Company Magazine 
(Right, Right Pictures) Spot Gel, Mascara
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