Christmas Gifts for Beauty Addicts

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Urban Decay Total Perversion Reloaded – £24
I bought one of these for myself last Christmas. They’ve changed it this year to include a pen liner rather than the pencil that I bought last year. These sets are a brilliant way to save some money on some great products. When I bought one the products inside were full size. As the full size mascara alone retails for £17.50 picking up the set is a bit of a no brainer! I’ll probably be making a trip to Debenhams at some point to pick up a box!

Urban Decay Full Spectrum Eyeshadow Palette – £43
I have to include this because it’s something that I have been eyeing for weeks. I’ve seen people saying this could be an alternative for Kat Von D’s Mi Vida Loca palette which is no longer available. If you or the person you’re buying for is creative and likes to play with colour, I think this would be an excellent gift as it gives you all the colours you could possibly need. This might have to be a Christmas gift to me from me. Continue reading “Christmas Gifts for Beauty Addicts”

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20 Cruelty Free Bloggers to Follow

cruelty-free-bloggers-to-followstock image from Makeup Savvy

When I first transitioned to cruelty free products I recall scouring the internet for cruelty free bloggers and youtuber’s and struggling to find many at all. Perhaps I wasn’t looking hard enough. Either way, over time I have found a good number of cruelty free beauty bloggers and have noticed more people out there are making the conscious decision to buy cruelty free. It’s been wonderful to see popular Youtuber’s like Jkissa and Jessica Haze transition to cruelty free products and spread the word to their huge following. In no particular order, I’ve made a list of some of the lovely ladies that I like to follow on various social media platforms that I think you should check out if you haven’t already. Continue reading “20 Cruelty Free Bloggers to Follow”