5 min eyeshadow look - a la mode brush with fashion eyeshadows

Sunday, February 27, 2011
Hey! So last week I mentioned about the brand new Body Shop Brush With Fashion collection and I also mentioned that so far I absolutely loved the palettes as my favourite items. So I thought i'd show you an eyeshadow look I created with the A La Mode palette. It's got four shadows, 01 Minimalist White, 02 Pret-a-Pink, 03 Futuristic Silver and 04 Little Black Dress. I do absolutely love the compact, it feels really nice to use. Only thing is i've used it twice with the little brush and the black shadow makes so much mess all over the pretty white plastic casing. Grr!

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So I just used Minimalist White in the inner corner, blended Futuristic Silver all over the middle third and blended out softly with Little Black Dress in the outer corner and ever so slightly through the crease. I finished off with MAC Feline Kohl in my outer waterline with Futuristic Silver on my inner waterline and then a dab of Minimalist White in the corner for brightness. This is so so quick and easy to do, I did this for work the other day in about 5 minutes on the train to work!

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I will do another quick look with the other palette soon too!
What do you think of these palettes? Did you buy anything from the Brush with Fashion collection so far?

witch cosmetics tinted moisturiser and pressed powder review

Saturday, February 26, 2011
Hey happy weekend! Sometime ago I took part in the Witch Cosmetics Skincare Challenge which you can find all the posts from if you click the witch skincare challenge label in my label bar over there somewhere below -->. The full collection features a Tinted Moisturiser, a Pressed Powder, a Primer and a Redness Relief Moisturiser. I've been using the products relentlessly since I got them and when I say relentlessly I really mean it - i'm worryingly close to hitting pan in the middle of the pressed powder...I can feel it with my brush!

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Ever since I got these products i've ditched my foundation in favour for a new, healthier, better option in the tinted moisturiser. If you read my blog you'll have noticed i've been wearing them in all my FOTD's and OOTD posts since January.

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The tinted moisturiser comes in three shades, simply 01, 02 and 03. I was given 01 to try and 02 to pass on to my sister, so thought i'd nab a quick swatch before I passed it on. Being that we are sisters n'all that! Hehe.

Initial 'squeeze' from the tube:

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First blending:

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Almost blended out:

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The 01 is perfect for my skin. It's a little darker than what i'd usually go for but nothing overly noticable, and certainly not near as orange as when I bought the 'lite' Benefit tinted moisturiser. I play up to my paleness though and usually wear much lighter foundation than my skin so this is quite true to my skin colour, if you will. I think the 01 will suit most pale girls, and the 02 and 03 for darker skin tones. The lovely thing about these is, they are so cheap you can literally buy two and it'll be half the price of Benefit's one, for example, and you can blend them to make your shade. Rox from 1000 Heads discovered halfway through our challenge week that she was a perfect blend of 01 and 02 - easy!

It's soft, and blends into the skin easily. It has a really good amount of coverage, actually a surprisingly good amount of coverage, and I don't find it greasy upon application and it doesn't budge throughout the day. The only thing is that I have to apply a liberal amount of my other moisturiser before putting this on because as i've found out, just worn alone has made my cheeks quite dry and flaky, and i don't usually get this at all. Actually this is the first time in my life this has happened. But with a good layer of moisturiser before application this is fine. I do have ridic sensitive skin though, so I do gots to be gentle with it!

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The powder comes in only one shade and it is quite pale but it's also quite blendable, I think it would suit a fair amount of fair (hehe) skinned ladies. It's soft and finely milled and applies and sinks into the skin instantly and easily. I love that matte soft skin feel it leaves on the skin and makes my face very kissable (says Del).

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This picture is perfect to the shade of the powder ^

When I wear foundation I usually have a big problem with it sliding down my face. Honestly. I wear quite heavily framed glasses and they often slip dwn my nose easily and leave those little glasses frame marks on my nose bridge. With this tinted moisturiser and pressed powder look.... no frame marks, and no sliding. I'm addicted to it. My job is very heavy on movement, and I spend 9 hours a day backwards and forwards lifting, moving, dressing and generally running around like a headless chicken. So I usually dread foundation at work because it just does not last. It's so unpractical for my work. But i've been wearing this combo every single day and I absolutely love it. It doesn't budge! I'd recommend this for great staying power, i think the two together are going to be my summer MUST haves.

It's also really nice and refreshing to give my skin a break from foundation all the time. I want a good amount of coverage but I don't want to wear foundation all the time anymore and through this Witch programme i've learnt that I can keep my skin fresh and healthy and still have great coverage every single day. Del loves the natural look on me better, I look less plastic faced and more natural and clean. I've had comments from my work mates (thankyou Rebekah!) when i've turned up at 8am saying that I look fresh faced and 'pretty' (untrue, but lovely nevertheless). I'm really loving these products and theres only a couple of times i've genuinely loved something a PR company has sent me, and i'll be honest, this isn't something i'd have ever considered purchasing if I wasn't contacted about it. I was surprised, as I wasn't expecting this to change my entire skincare and make up routine but it has, and I reach for both of these products every single day. And you may complain that i'm only raving about it because I was told by their PR, and yes, I am. But that's the joyus thing about being in this blogging 'industry' if you will, because you get introduced to new things you previously didn't know about, and you get the chance to honestly review and share them with others. I'm so glad Witch contacted me, and same as the Aussie stuff, i'm going to be repurchasing almost every single product, because I really do love them!
Here are some photos of me wearing JUST the tinted moisturiser and the pressed powder, i promise there's nothing else on my skin and no photoshopping was done!

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token stupid face, ha

I'm really sad to unfortunately be missing the Witch event today, but I'm so excited for the ladies to be receiving and trying the new products and hopefully joining me on a new journey of skindependance!
Big love for Witch, and I was pleasantly surprised to find the products in my local Boots for something like £4 or £5 each product. Re-purchasing will be cheap!

Now, i've not scrapped my foundation entirely, because I love to wear it for a night out. Nothing beats that flawless skin in dark light look. The primer has completely changed the way I wear my foundation and again, no glasses frame marks! I posted on my Facebook that I was loving the primer and based on my reviews two of my girlie mates popped down to Boots and picked theirs up, and i've heard reports from them that they're both loving it and rate it higher than any other primer they've tried. I really hope Witch continue to make more cosmetics, i'd love to see some lip products along the same vain, and maybe some more skincare products.

What do you think of Witch's new cosmetics line? Will you be trying it and ditching your foundation in favour of tinted moisturiser? Or will you be enhancing your foundation with their fab primer? Did you attend the Witch event, cause I really want to see blog posts from you! If you won any of my Witch products in my giveaway link me to any posts or tweets you've said reviewing the products you won!
Big love, Zozo xxxxx

mac lipstick in pink nouveau and a fotd

Friday, February 25, 2011
Hello everyone! Hope everyone's looking forward to the weekend, yay. A couple of weeks ago I bought MAC's Pink Nouveau lipstick. It's one i'd wanted for a while but they just never ever seemed to have it in stock. My lovely and beautiful friend Amanda was on her way into town and kindly rang me to see if I wanted any MAC (as she knew she was going in) and I squealed with excitement when I found out they had Pink Nouveau in! Thanks Manda <3

So here is my FOTD featuring Pink Nouveau:

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I'm wearing the dinosaurs tee from yesterdays post! Haha. I love it.
I'm wearing:
Witch Tinted Moisturiser in 01
Witch Pressed Powder
MAC Stereo Rose MSF
MAC Porcelain Pink MSF
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The Body Shop palette in A La Mode - there is a tutorial for this eye look coming up on Sunday where all the eye products will be talked about further :)

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My hair has gone a much lighter purply pinky colour from the dye just gradually washing out. I really like it, the camera seems to have captured it much brighter than it is in real life in the first picture (it's more like the second one) but I love it and i want to make it more this colour. Any tips? I was thinking of popping a pink red over the top of the purple.. I'm really after this muted fuchsia colour.

Anyway Pink Nouveau is a true bubblegum pop bright blue pink and it's a Satin. It's supposedly the colour that Lady Gaga wore all through her teens and inspired her to create Viva Glam Gaga - which is why the two are so similar. I actually love Pink Nouveau more than Viva Glam now and I think it's going to become my signature colour!

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And here's a close up of what it looks like on my lips. It's so soft and creamy and this is my first Satin lipstick by MAC but I think so far my favourite. Creamsheens are nice but can be a bit melty and feel a bit weird. Satin ones seem true to their colour, easy to apply yet really thick and just, well, feel nice!

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What do you think of Pink Nouveau? Do you use any other Pink lipsticks similar? Can you recommend me some more MAC lipsticks for my collection?
Much love, Zozo xxxx

not da mamma!

Thursday, February 24, 2011
Hey everyone, hope you're well. The title of this post comes from one of my favourite shows from when I was a kid...Dinosaurs! Anyone remember that show? I used to love it and i think i've still got it all on vhs somewhere ahaha. Anyway, whilst perusing the shelves of the ol' Flagship Topshop on Friday I found this amazing Tea and Cake tee, showed it to Steph and we both went "Oh god!" Steph was like.. "buy that..buy that right now!" Anyway I tried it on and it looked boss so I got it. So here is my dinosaur OOTD:

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Tee - Tea and Cake /£20
Shorts - Had them since i was 11, best fitting pair of shorts i own!
Cardigan - Gap /£35
Leggings - H&M /£5.99
Socks - Gap /£4
Shoes - New Look /£25

This tee is seriously my favourite thing I own in the world right now, I absolutely love it! Such a geek.

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Anyway it was my day off work yesterday and I had a lovely day. Slept in bed until 2pm which I never ever get to do, had a long Lush bath, walked the dog to the post office to pick up some post and then went over to see Del and cooked and ate pesto pasta. Then we settled down to watch more 24. I have to talk about 24 because it's just incredible. I'd never seen it before and pretty much as soon as I started seeing Del he was like... "so um, have you ever watched 24?" When he realised to his shock and horror that I didn't, he made sure we started from the beginning and we've been watching every episode from the start together for the last few months. We're currently at about 8pm Season 3 and i'm just absolutely loving it. It's something we've been doing together aswell and I know it's only tv but sometimes it's nice to share those common grounds. :)

We're both working really really hard on This Is Not Revolution Rock at the moment - our promotions and record label and we've got an amazing show coming up on the 07.03.11, which is Tubelord, &U&I, Shoes and Socks Off and mistakes.in.animation at The Cricketers in Kingston. So come check it out maybe? I'll be there and i'd really love to see some faces.

What did you think of my dinosaur tee? Do you love novelty graphic tees or do you think they're silly? Will you be at our show in Kingston? (haha) Let me know, everytime i'm at work and I get a comment I get a big smile on my face!

Lots of love, Zozo xxx

umberto giannini glam hair salt spray and backcomb in a bottle

Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Good evening I hope you're all well. Now i'm sure you've all heard the blogger hype around Backcomb in A Bottle from the Umberto Giannini range that almost everyone's been raving about since it's launch last October. I saw that my lovely chum Fleur had scribed a post on it a little while ago and I did actually pick this product up mid December after being won over. Fleur you do have the most beautiful hair!
I've been a bit lazy in getting round to review it! Anyway the other day I picked up the Tousled Salt Spray as well just because i've ALWAYS wanted gorgeous beach wavy Mila Kunis in Forgetting Sarah Marshall hair (as well as a holiday in Hawaii, that'd be nice wouldn't it) So I thought i'd pop the two together as actually most days i've been using both products together.

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Now I have pretty damaged hair. Okay, really damaged hair. I can't even begin to count how many bottles of Aussie 3 Minute Miracle i've gone through. It's probably over 50. Okay not that much but coming up to 10 in the last half a year at least, dreadful behaviour! My poor poor purple hair is crying out for some love and tlc. However I can't have love and tlc and rockstar locks - or so I thought..
I'm currently on a haircare binge, trying to find the best products that suit my hair. We already know I love Batiste for added volume and density but when I saw this simply gorgeous range on the shelf and what it did to Fleur's hair with just a few sprays I knew I just had to give it a go.

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So I have a shower, wash my hair and then when I get out I spray my wet hair around 40-50 times with the salt spray. Now this is a bit cheeky but when I was in Boots reading about the Giannini range it'd been placed next to the Lee Stafford range. I do use a couple of products from that range but it's so shamelessly true that the Giannini range is just glamourous and gorgeous to look at I couldn't help but shun Lee's pink tacky packaging. (Sad but true! Also i dIsliKe tHat StUpId FoNt thInG hE dOeS...) Anyway I saw on the back of his salt spray it said spray around 50 times after washing. So I nicked that idea and put it into action ;)!
I usually then leave my hair to dry naturally for about 45 minutes, and I don't usually brush my hair either. Then I set to it with the hairdryer on a low heat, with blasts of cold air. I pull the brush firmly but gently through my hair so it's all soft. I finish my hair by blowdrying it upside down.

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Then while my hair is still upside down I spray on some Backcomb in a Bottle. Use a gentle hand though, it can get a bit tacky on the back of your neck which is horribly annoying. Then gently i tousle my hair at the roots while consistantly spraying the spray in. It doesn't leave any kind of residue (only on your skin if you spray it there which is a bit odd) and it doesn't feel heavy or anything upon application. The combination of the two products works amazingly, leaving me with rockstar tousled locks with volume that's not damaging my hair by backcombing. I've been taking some photobooth photos as i've had both products for at least three ish months and I use one of them every day at least if not both. So here are some results! (Apologies if you've seen a few of these before...)

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I've actually had at least one different hair colour every month. Wow. Anyway yeah i'm a big fan of these products, I think they work and they are slowly but surely saving my poor damaged hair!
Not to mention the designs on the bottles are just gorgeous..

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These retail in Boots for £5.61 each or they're currently on promo at 3 for £10.

What do you think of the Glam Hair range? Do you think Backcomb in a Bottle is overrated or does it work for you? What other products of his do you use, could you recommend any to me?
Love, Zozo xxxx

topshop make-up nails in galactic

Monday, February 21, 2011
Hello, happy Monday! I hope you all had a nice weekend. The less said about mine the better, however, we live and learn and today's a brand new fresh day and I gotta face it with open arms!
One lovely part of my weekend involved a full day in London with the gorgeous Steph from Topshop Princess and we had a lovely shopping trip which consisted of a fair bit of time in the ol' Flagship Topshop. For some unknown reason I didn't take any pictures of Steph and I shopping? I'm a very bad blogger. We both had other things on our minds...like clothes and make up! I loved it so much though and I've def found a gem in Steph, she's an incredible girl and we get on like a house on fire.

Aaaanyway the sole reason for checking out Topshop's hefty make up stand was to check a cheeky glance at the new Sandstorm collection, however only half of it seemed to be in store? I picked up only one piece which I'll talk about later.
I do however absolutely adore their nail varnishes, for a long time i've not been so excited by a nail range and for some reason that stand of nail colours just seems to entice me so much. It's my new mission to collect as many as I can, teehee! I saw this one and immediately knew it had a place in my collection, i've not seen anything like it before on the high street. It's called Galactic and it looks like this:

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Here's how it swatches (and i'm so sorry about the messiness, i didn't have much time writing this! bad zozo)
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I've tried to capture it as beautifully as possible in artificial lighting. It's this industrial glitter fest on a metallic charcoal background. I love dark nails every now and then, not only does part of me feel a little bit rock and roll - I never ever painted my nails black as a kid, my Mumma didn't like it on me - I often think it can change the entire dynamic of your outfits. I find when i've painted my nails all gloomy and dark my wardrobe gets more interesting. One of my odd little things I guess. I'm 100% positive that the colour of your nails can directly influence the wardrobe choices you make, I think it's one of those subconcious things you don't really realise you're doing. I always feel a little bit cooler! (Although I just got lamer for typing that, right?) My ever mission to be the next Katy Perry, ha.

I'm not hot off the mark with nail trends but I saw this article a month ago showing a few celebs rocking the dark nails look, and it seems to be a hot thing among celebs at the minute:

l - r, Vanessa Williams, Tiffany Hines, Kim Kardashian

I've done a post on Topshop Nails before but their brushes are quite short and wide, and apply really easily with a few strokes.
They retail for £5 and if you don't have a Topshop near you, you can purchase online. If you pop into store you can also use your student discount, I get a tasty 10% off using my 16-25 Railcard, which takes it down to £4.50, which is really reasonable for a good polish.

I'm definitely hooked on these little gems and I think they're definitely the strongest part of Topshop's make up range.
What do you think of Topshop make up? Do you rock dark nails? Can you link me to any posts you have on Topshop nail colours, you can help me fuel my addiction ;)!
Lots of love, Zozo xxxxx

lauren ward - vice style

Saturday, February 19, 2011
I absolutely love the whimsical, fairytale-meets-street style fashion of this shoot by Lauren Ward from Vice Style. It was simply too pretty not to share. I am naughty and not blogging the Vice content I was sent but actually, this one caught my eye far quicker and inspired me. Literally breaking all the rules!
I love the fact that she looks like a misguided young alice, with mismatching hair and colour unco-ordinating dress ensembles.



I love the vunerability and the simplicity of the girl-in-woods shots we're seeing. Each picture seems to be really strikingly different, although the same theme is running throughout. I've not seen much like this so far for SS11, they've all seemed to be totally different. This doesn't strike me as being artsy for the sake of being artsy, and I love that. Fashion can sometimes be a bit intrusive, and harsh, and it's really easy to get lost in the hype and forget about what is a bit more real. These shots are so soft and down to earth they just make me happy when I look at them, instead of feeling vunerable, or lost, or insignificant with the style I own. I love that the vibe from these photos is very free, and airy.




Each outfit ranges from being high-end to high street, featuring brands/designers such as Zara Rhodes, Espa├žo and then to American Apparel and ASOS but from a photographers perspective, I don't even really care about the labels. I love that the first dress just looks like a mismatch of fabric, it inspires me to go out and handsew clothes from fabric lying around, and I often feel that's what fashion and style should be more about, rather than labels and whether what you're wearing is 'hot'. I love what Lauren did with the location too, again, such simple shots but so well lit (or darkened) and there's something just so lovingly 'real' about them that makes me want to abandon my dirty, dreary London lifestyle and hop into a floaty, unique, handsewn dress and live among the trees for a bit. No? Just me then.

Check out the full shoot here: http://vicestyle.com/

Zozo x

so i keep having re-occuring dreams about justin bieber

Friday, February 18, 2011
That's not even a lyric or anything, I do. First dream I had my mum put Justin Bieber on at The Peel in Kingston for £24,000 and I had to go and pick him up from the airport and he was a right spoilt brat.
Second dream we were in the park and he tweeted me @londonlipgloss no less and in 10 minutes I got 3,000 followers. Weird. So um, stop infiltrating my dreams Justin Bieber. Probably all those anti-illuminati comments I keep making on the internet, getting me into trouble or something!

Anyway here's an OOTD for you, another classic Zozo 50's inspired outfit:


My top is so old I don't remember how much it was but i'm pretty certain it's from H&M! My shorts are from bottom floor Topshop and by a designer called Tara Starlet. I bought both of these things around three years ago now so, I can't really help anyone there haha. :)




What do you think? Happy Friday, hope it's a good one for you! Much love, Zozo xxx

the body shop - brush with fashion collection - first preview

Thursday, February 17, 2011
Hello! Hope everyone is doing well. I've been a bit of a busy bee this week, sorry about the lack of posts. Considering i've a week off work i've been busier than I normally would at work, darting from gig to gig promoting and attending shows, a number of pr events and general life on top of that. Phew! I was invited to attend the Body Shop's Brush With Fashion instore launch which was last week at their Oxford Street store but unfortunately sometimes from running about like a headless chicken/not eating properly/not sleeping at all I do get down days where I just feel like absolute death and end up just lying in my bed. Unfortunately the day of the event landed on one of these annoying days and so I had to call some time out and had to sacrifice the event. However, the lovely team over at their PR company sent me the full make up collection so I could share with you, and try for myself. Seeing as I just picked it up today I couldn't wait to share with you all! So here's the full range of cosmetics:
I'd just also like to say that all these images are mine and if you want to use them please contact me and link back to them on your website, it's just polite really isn't it.

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So it consists of :
Illuminating Face Base

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The Body Shop say this can be worn under foundation or alone on the skin, it's kinda like a primer but with added shine and enhancing complexities. It has a brush on the top to apply - this is a running theme throughout this collection ;) - and is supposed to suit all skin types.


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Here's a swatch without flash:
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and now with flash:
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Now because of it's 'click/turn' mechanism I found it quite hard to control how much came out. As you can see in my swatches it's rather gloopy and thick all over my hand - that's because so much all came out of nowhere at once. It's really orange toned in shade and I really daren't put this anywhere near my face because it's going to make me look well, ridiculous! I'm a really pale girl - I sit around NC5 in MAC terms - and just from how different in shade it is on my hand it's not going to suit me at all. I think it would work far better on darker skinned girls, probably from around the NC20 mark. I guess the sparkles are meant to be subtle, and sit prettily on the skin. I think on such a pale girl like me, it wouldn't do that and would instead just make me look silly! I'm also not entirely sure about the brush, my experience with face products with brushes attached mean you have to keep cleaning the brush as it gets dirty with bacteria a lot quicker, and that doesn't appeal to me at all. I will give this a go on my face but going off first impressions this doesn't really look like the product for me.

There are also lip 'treatments' which come in two shades:

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Again..the same brush packaging.


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Swatches without flash:
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and with flash:
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Now i quite like the look of these, they're much cuter in the packaging and I think the brush thing will work better with lip products. I'm not entirely sure about the name though - Lip Treatments. They don't really feel and look like a lip treatment as such to me. I use a lot of the Body Shops' lip balms and they work brilliantly, but these look and feel a lot more like lip glosses. Very sticky, and similar to Lancome's Juicy Tubes. I think these will be a cute addition to a lip gloss lover's collection but they feel sticky upon application. I'm not really sure about either of the shades either, the pale one (Juicy Peach) doesn't really show up much at all and is just sparkles, and the darker one (Pink Cream) is more of a dusky, vintage-ier pink than i'd like. I think these would have been a lot better had they been bolder colours, maybe a proper coral and a bright pop pink. They're kind of a safe colour choice..

There's also a Tailored Cheek Tint:

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Again...the same brush theme..!

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This product is unlike anything i've ever seen before. It's a blush, in a tube, with a brush applicator. It applies wet, with a glossy coating and then when you blend it goes soft and powdery. It's crazy. I spent ages playing with it on my hand like..woaah..! I like this product. I like the shade, I think it's a lovely pink colour that will adapt to any skin. On my skin it comes out perfect, a bright pink shade. I anticipate this will probably be a better seller than the other brush products.

There are also two eyeshadow palettes:

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A La Mode:
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I think these palettes are lovely. I like the design, I like the feel and I like the soft, creamy eyeshadows. I've never tried regular Body Shop eyeshadows before but the blendable, easy to work with shades in these palettes are definitely on par with some higher end ones, MAC/Urban Decay for example. They both come with an eyeliner pencil and a little Body Shop brush. I love these brushes, they're great and really soft and easy to use - much better than those rubbish plastic applicators you get in most palettes! The pencil however, I didn't rate. It was really hard and didn't blend easily at all. I found it near on impossible to apply to my hand and when i did it was really scratchy and not at all my kind of pencil. Not blendable or soft. I found all of the eyeshadows to be really easy to apply and swatch and with the exeption of one - the lightest in Boho Beauty - they all showed up bright and colourful in my swatches.

So for an overview a la Temptalia (shameless, sorry Christine!)

Must-Haves:
Boho Beauty, A La Mode Palettes (£15 each) and Tailored Cheek Tint. (£10)

Nice to Have:
Lip Treatments (£9.50)

Skip:
Illuminating Face Base (£14)

It can all be found online at www.thebodyshop.co.uk and should be instore soon!
Hope some of you found this helpful. I'm going to do a couple of looks with the make up soon and those will be up hopefully within the week!
What do you think of this range? Do you agree with what I thought of the products? What will you be getting from this collection, and what will you be skipping? Please let me know, I love your thoughts.

Oh and as alumni of University of the Arts London, I felt particularly interested in this range! Are you at UAL? Did you work on this collection?
Much love, Zozo xxxx