I love the fact that it has the clear flap to protect your brushes! It's the perfect size for going away for the weekend too (hint, hint Hubby!) =)
Ok, next is the Makeup Bag (£25.45) which is a perfect size for my handbag...I do have quite a large handbag! I am considering getting the smallest Makeup Bag but it is really tiny apparently, maybe just the right size for a lipstick and a small mirror but not much else...would be great to put in smaller handbags though. I can't remember how much it is and no longer have access to the HK part of the website so I will have to wait until it's officially launched and then see how much it is. Anyway, here are the pics:
Ok, on to the products themselves!
Glitter Eye Liner in Her Glitz (£12.72):
The swatch really doesn't do it justice, it has a really fine glitter and is really wearable, not just for evening. It's a really pretty brown colour, I haven't actually worn it yet though but I'll keep you posted on how I like it etc.
Lipstick in Fresh Brew (£11.26):
Lipglass in Mimmy (£10.28):
I actually bought two of these because so many people had raved about it and I'm glad that I did...to me the best thing about Pink Fish is how well it conditions my lips. The colour is really stong but as it's a delicate pink it isn't too much. It also has quite a sweet taste to it if you accidentally lick some off your lips, yummy =) I don't this it is as utterly amazing as some people have said but it's still nice enough to make me happy that I bought a back-up!
Nail Lacquer in On The Prowl (£7.83):
I really love this colour, I never thought that I would like grey on my nails but it's quite glossy and with my great Seche glossy top coat it looked even more fab! I have removed my acrylic nails for now as I was finding it hard to find the time to keep them maintained, but I will probably re-do them in a month or two. So as my natural nails needed some TLC I added some strengthening treats and then this lacquer. That last photo is of a swatch I painted onto a piece of white card, it is so glossy that you can see the camera lens reflected in it lol...it's not quite as glossy as this when it dries though.
Pigment in Deep Blue Green (£14.68):
This is such a rich, gorgeous coloured pigment. It looks amazing if you apply it to your lower eyelid wet, then smudge it out to create a smokey look. It's quite messy as it's so dark and highly pigmented so you do need to go steady with it but the final effect is well worth it. The swatch doesn't do it justice, I couldn't get the lighting right so I apologise but the photo of the product itself is pretty accurate.
Beauty Powder Blush in Tippy (£14.68):
This one really needs a light hand as it is so pigmented, but if you get it right it's sooo pretty. I applied it lightly with my 134 brush and really buffed it in...gorgeous! Like the merest hint of hot pink.
So that's my HK haul! Wooo! I'm really looking forward to seeing what everyone else gets and what you all think of it.
If you have any questions about any of it or would like me to use any of the products in a tutorial then just let me know.