Anyway, here's what i got..
Fearne Cotton's makeup range is STILL 75% off in Boots, although admittedly there isn't much left! The palette which was supposed to be £12 cost me £3, and the nail polish was £1.37, rather than £5.50. I already have another of these polishes and they are GREAT!
These are currently 2 for £3 in Superdrug, and although i pretty much have every shade of nail varnish possible, i couldn't resist. These are perfect travel size, and for touching up on the go, not to mention how kind they are to your purse !
I LOVE these. I already have Cotton Candy 1, and i just had to have these. At £2.99 each they're lovely and cheap, and this finish they give is gorgeous. I love these so much I'm going to do a full review, so watch out for that!
What would a trip to Superdrug be without picking up a few MUA essentials? I love their black liquid eyeliner, so i picked up the dark brown one (shade 6), and whilst at the stand realised i don't have a clear lipgloss, causing shade 1 to fall into my basket, oops!
These are the best lipgloss colours ever, however they're quite sheer when applied, but for a £1 each i am more than happy. The only bug bare about these is the smell. Everyone else will love them, but they remind me of an air freshener my mum used to use when we used to go away EVERY weekend in the caravan, despite the fact i just wanted to go the cinema or shopping with my friends like every other 13 year old. Anyway back to the topic at hand.. the shades i got are Shade 1, Shade 4 and Shade 5
Ive never tried Posie Tint by Benefit, but I've heard this being compared to it. My skin has been a little dry these winter months, so i figured this could be better for my skin than a powdered blusher, only thing is, I'm not quite sure how to use it...
This is all Laura Jayn's fault. She recently did a post about nude lipsticks (here) and 17 are currently 3 for 2 in Boots, so i couldn't resist. Beehive cost £4.59, and Dreamy cost £4.29, which isn't too bad as lipsticks last forever don't they! I am in love with both these colours, and although they look pretty much the same in the photo, they aren't (expect a review and swatches soon). Infact these are going straight in my handbag for the rest of spring!
With the 3 for 2 offer, this blush was actually free, but it usually costs £3.49, very purse friendly! I couldn't really capture the brightness of this blush, its a really shocking coral colour, so this might be a bit of disaster for me at first (i must think about building up small layers!) Its also perfect travel size, and the packaging feels really expensive!
Surprise surprise i had yet another no7 voucher from spending all this money, so i thought id just bite the bullet and spend it right away! I have too many red polishes as it is, but i quite like the fact my no7 nail polish collection is slowly growing thanks to all these vouchers, so i couldn't resist! This is usually £7, but with my voucher it cost £2 (you all know the score)
So that was my little spring haul, which will probably be my last for a few weeks (hopefully)! Expect reviews, and swatches of all these products, as i can't wait to test them out.