The Seven Deadly Sins of Beauty Tag

I do love a good tag post, so when I saw that I had been tagged by Lovely Nice (check out her blog) to do the Seven Deadly sins of beauty tag of course I was going to oblige.

So here goes;

Greed – what is you most expensive beauty item? 

The Silver Bee Venom face mask by Deborah Mitchell. It’s a non invasive answer to a Botox alternative and  priced at a rather large sum of ¬£55. Though I was actually gifted this so not sure if that counts?  

 Wrath – What beauty product do you have a love/hate relationship with? 

The Rimmel Scandal Eyes Mascara by Kate Moss.

Why? The brush of this Mascara is brilliant and the effect it gives when applied is  amazing. Think long thick curly lashes, but there’s a problem, it’s not waterproof and runs like anything. Not great if you suffer then with hayfever or get caught in the rain, be prepared to look like a panda!

Gluttony – What Brand takes up most of your collection? 

I’m not sure? Maybe MUA as it’s so darn cheap, I definately have one too many of their palettes. 

Sloth – What product do you neglect the most due to laziness?

Top Coat, I just can’t be bothered to sit around and wait for yet another layer of nail polish to dry. 

Pride – What product gives you the most confidence? 

A really good BB cream, it’s one of those products that I can shove on in a hurry and instantly feel I look better. Stand out BB creams for me are the Bell Cosmetics BB Mouse and Garniers Miracle skin perfector. 

IMG_6506Lust – Which item is top of your beauty wish list? 

The Lorac Pro Pallete, I’m in the US in October so one day this will be mine mwah ha ha! 

Envy – Which make-up product/look is great on others but not on you. 

Winged eyeliner, I just lack the skills of application so end up looking a mess. I’ve watched  no end of tutorials and technique but it’s still not happening. One day maybe? 

So that’s my answers to the seven deadly sins of beauty tag. I know tag these peeps to have a go;


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