Anna Sui is always such a treat! It’s always so unexpected and taps into the mood of the moment so well. Starting with the Magical Aquarium Makeup Palette above, it comes empty so you can fill it up with the singles I showed a while back and it’s magnetic so once your shades are in, they do not move. It takes 6 Eye & Face colours but it’s up to you how many you put in there.
I’ve popped in a face color from the previous season, so you can see the fit. The Anna Sui Magical Aquarium palette is £12 HERE.
Next up, the Brightening Face Powder that comes in three parts: the powder, beautifully embossed with a shell design, is £20, the powder case is £13 and the puff is £7. Obviously, if you have a puff already you can improvise so much as I don’t particularly like this separate pricing and that it’s not just all one price, it’s a gorgeously soft puff.
The Brightening Powder (not for me) contains Vitamin C to inhibit melanin, although I’d see this more as an added bonus and not a reason to buy – you only need a thin veil of this so you can’t really consider this a ‘treatment’ as such. It’s velvety with a slightly moist feel thanks to a blend of oil and dry powder spheres. It is scented, but not too much.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Much as I’m sworn off glitter polish, the purpose of these isn’t really to layer up to a full glitter look (although you could – use a quick dry top coat if you’re doing this) but more as a wash of shimmer so I will. I’ve also got a power glitter polish remover on the way so I’m prepared to risk a go at the Glittering Nail Colours, £11 HERE. The shades I have from left to right are: Coral, Marine Blue, Sand Gold (hiding at the back) and Neon Fish.
From bottom to top: Neon Fish, Sand Gold, Coral and Marine Blue.
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