The next line up is a mix of Exteme and Dazzle – Extreme is hyper glossy and Dazzy is hyper sparkly – but in fact, both collections are glossy AND sparkly so it’s hard to tell the difference. I’ll mark it up as I go along though.
Flash Dance (dazzle), Hod Me Close (Xtreme), Studio 54 (dazzle), Gloss Me, I’m Gorgeous (dazzle), The Sky Is The Limit (Xtreme).
Disco Ball (dazzle), You Know You Love Me (Xtreme), Resist Me (Xtreme), Never Let Me Go (Xtreme), For The Ladies (dazzle). Whew, that’s it.
In the main picture, if these for some reason aren’t glossy enough for you, is the volumising top coat gloss, which is also £6.99. Chanel recently brought out a volumising top coat gloss, so clearly this one is a trend.
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...
L’Oréal Paris Infallible Mega Gloss has already launched at Boots where they have them on a 3 for 2 offer currently – I think they’re great for the money and you’d really be pushed to tell the difference between these and premium formulas. My favourites are the Neons because they’re so like the Christopher Kane collection which I’ve been wearing a lot, so can say that there is a slight difference in the texture – CK is more sticky and flavourless, L’Oreal Paris is definitely flavoured and a looser consistency. You can find them HERE.
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