Juvia's Place Nubian Eyeshadow Palette - £20 2. Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette - £40 Read the Jeffree Star Cosmetics review here. 3. Laura Lee Nudie Patootie Palette - £38 4. Lime Crime Venus Eyeshadow Palette III - £34 Read the Lime Crime review here. 5. Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Foil Finger Paints Shadow Palette… Continue reading My favourite vegan palettes!!
Before about a week ago the name Jeffree Star didn't really mean that much to me. I was dimly aware that he existed after looking into Kat von D (they have a bit of a feud). A lot of people have very negative opinions about him, but he also has some hardcore fans who adore… Continue reading Jeffree Star Cosmetics!!
If you haven't heard of the Urban Decay Naked palettes, how did you end up on this site? What have you been doing? Where have you been doing it?? They are everything they're hyped up to be, I couldn't recommend them enough, and so I really, really want Urban Decay to be allowed In My… Continue reading Urban Decay!! (And L’Oréal)
In the middle of festival season I had a crisis of conscience. Festivals are a time for glitter. I love glitter. But glitter, as we now know (and really quite predictably) is bad for the environment. People want it banned, because as a form of microplastic it pollutes the oceans... in essence glitter is as… Continue reading Dust and Dance!!
Hello!! I woke up excessively early this morning (very, very rarely happens) and don't really know what to do with myself... I went for a run (again, not normal) on the beach, and now have a lot of time before everyone else wakes up, so I thought I would let youall know about The… Continue reading The Plan!!
Hello, and welcome to the hardest ethical makeup review I've had to so far on 'Pretty with Principles?'. Kat von D was actually the company, and person, who made me realise how difficult this process could be. This entire personal investigation began after I picked up a friend's makeup brush (I tend to go through… Continue reading Kat von D!!
Hello, and welcome to this review by 'Pretty with Principles?' of The Ordinary's ethics!! The Ordinary aims to create simple, streamlined products, removing unnecessary chemicals and ingredients. This results in them being concentrated, lasting FOREVER, being good for your skin, and being affordable! What's not to love? Their priority is 'integrity', as explained in this… Continue reading The Ordinary!!