So as you can see I popped into Primarni to pick up some cheap jewellery bits and pieces for my holiday.
I was in need of a sunnies case and this one was just cheap and simple. Job done. Statement necklaces are a big thing this season and apart from my coveted chains I had yet to purchase one or see one I really liked. This one is perfect, I love the spikes and think it will be an awesome way to dress up a plain baggy tee.
Can't argue with the price either!
I loved the summery coral colour of this boho style ring, and the studded cross earings are fun. (But flimsy, I don't put my money on them lasting too long!)
To keep in the cheap and cheerful trend, I went over to MUA to pick up some cheap basic palettes so I didn't have to lug all my priceyer makeup over.
The Artiste Collection palette caught my eye because I really loved the shadow colours at the top, particularly the purples. The coral blushes are lovely and summery, and it also has a highlighter and bronzer. So basically a beach face in a palette. For only £6. The powders to get very powdery and kind of go everywhere, but it's to be expected for the price. It's in my hand luggage safely for fear of it shattering!
Lastly I thought I'd try out the Pro Base conceal and brighten kit by MUA. You need to really pack on the layers to get good pigment, but it does it's job and for £4 I can't complain.
I was spectical for a while about using MUA because I assumed cheap prices meant bad quality, but for one-off times when cheaper is easier, I would definitely recommend this brand and will probably buy from them again.
Have any of you used MUA before & if so, what did you think?