Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Maybelline Color Show Glitter Mania Review - Pink Champagne

I’ve always been a fan of glitter nail paints but they’re almost always way too sheer and no brand ever seems to get the consistency right. They’re too much work since they need a base color, about 2 coats of the glitter itself and then a topcoat to hold those huge chunky pieces of glitter on the nail and not let them peel off. Maybelline recently launched their Glitter Mania range as an addition to the pre-existing Color Show nail paints. With the amazing combination of Glitter and my favorite drugstore makeup brand, there was nothing that could stop me from trying them out!

Pigmentation, Consistency: Although I love Maybelline, I wasn’t expecting much from a glitter nail paint and I was wrong. The glitter is so well concentrated that even one coat would be enough. However, in the picture here, I’ve used 2 coats but the consistency is remarkably opaque even for 2 coats. I see this nail paint as a revolution in the world of glitter nail paints because such a finish was only possible with a hundred coats or a perfect professionally done manicure....
Click Here To Continue Reading...

I have written one more review for Real Beauty Spot and I hope you enjoy it. I had received many requests on Twitter to Review these and I was happy to oblige since I loved them so much. Let me know what you think and if you would be trying them too in the comments below.

Tanaya <3

Monday, 9 June 2014

Harringtons Pet Food - for all the wonderful Cat Lovers!

(Warning: This Post Contains A Lot Of Photos And Cuteness)
About Harringtons Pet Food :"With our history in manufacturing, we think we understand the importance of giving your pets the best possible food, using quality ingredients, locally sourced wherever possible, and free from artificial colours and flavours.
We have therefore focused on values which are reflected in the production of Harringtons:

       No compromise on quality or ingredients used.
       No wastage associated with 'big company' cost structure.
       No expensive, unnecessary packaging.
       Good honest Yorkshire value.
Harringtons does not carry out, approve or fund invasive animal testing. We may from time to time carry out palatability testing to assist in the development of new products. This is simply to check that they enjoy the taste of our new product. The pets we use mainly belong to our directors, staff and customers and they remain in their normal home environment whilst tasting our food for us."
If you follow me on instagram you're definitely aware that I have an adorable little cat. Recently, the people over at Harringtons Pet Food noticed my cat and sent over a packet of their Natural Cat Food in the Chicken with Rice flavor for the lucky little feline to taste and review. While I still believe that he's really smart and has learned to (or at least tries to) imitate human activities, he is yet to learn how to use this laptop. So while he's still in the process of mastering this device, I have taken over the responsibility of reviewing his food and typing his thoughts. 
When he first saw the packet he was quite eager to try the food. I'm guessing he could smell the food through the packaging (can cats do that? I'm not sure but my cat tends to find properly packaged cat food and rip open the packets too). Surprisingly, he got sick the next day and I was worried it may have been this cat food. A few days later he had the Harringtons Cat Food again and he's been eating it since that day but hasn't fallen sick again so I'm pretty sure it was something else he ate or just him feeling a little under the weather. In fact I think the food has been really good for his health and weight. 
He seems to love the food since he licks the bowl clean within minutes of refilling it. It's kind of sad since Harringtons Cat Food is available only in Europe and they made an exception and sent over a package to me from UK. However, I won't be able to get hold of this food for him again until I visit UK. For those of you that live within Europe (especially within UK) this cat food would be very easy to find. After observing how much my cat loves it I would definitely recommend you to go get it for yours!

 Do any of you guys have cats too? If you do, send me some pictures on Twitter! Would you be trying  out Harringstons Cat Food? Let me know what you think about this post (has it been helpful to you?) or my cat (Isn't he adorable!? Hahaha) in the comments below.

Tanaya <3

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Coco Mademoiselle Review

Recently I wrote an article reviewing the Coco Mademoiselle Eau De Parfum by Chanel on a website called Real Beauty Spot. I loved working on the review and I hope you enjoy reading it too. I've posted an excerpt here and you can read the whole post here. So go ahead and check it out and also leave me a comment here and/or on the other website so I know you've read and liked it :) 

"This perfume is one of the classics in the world of fragrances. Since it’s launch back in 2001 (and then the Eau de Toilette version in 2002) it was predicted to double Coco’s business and brought in about $21 million in it’s first year according to Women’s Wear Daily. While I’m not usually interested in the business/financial part of perfumes, that information left me more curious about this fragrance than ever.

Packaging: The bottle pictured here is the 1.7oz Eau de Parfum version, which comes in Chanel’s signature rectangular glass bottle. The bottle looks tiny but has a good weight to it. Not the kind of weight that makes it impractical to use but the kind that feels luxurious while handling. The simple design with the gold-edged label at the center oozes of elegance. Ordinarily I wouldn’t be so impressed by such a simple design for a perfume bottle but Chanel makes it work.

The Smell:"


Trending Articles


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...