Marks and Spencer Beauty

Having paid a visit to my local M&S seeking out items from the Tess Daly collaboration, I found myself pleasantly surprised by the products on offer.  Firstly, their range is huge; I don’t know if they’ve generally expanded or just expanded at my local store, but I couldn’t believe the amount that was on offer.  Secondly, the quality and colours made a real impression on me.  Consequently, I thought I’d put together a selection of bits and bobs that I thought were worth sharing.  I only had a chance to browse the make-up, but the skin/body care ranges looked equally fantastic, so it’s safe to assume that a similarly themed blog will be along soon.

Perfection Creme Powder Make Up

Whilst the most important thing to me is how an item of make-up performs, I couldn’t help but love the look of this compact foundation, and at £6 this is an affordable let luxurious looking addition to any make-up bag.

Perfection Long Lasting Cream Eyeshadow

I’ve recently developed a bit of a thing for cream eyeshadows and the colours in this range are really vast, covering everything from pale beige to dark silver.  It’s safe to say that if I get on well with this range then I’ll inevitably stock up.

Essential Colours Lipstick

The first thing I zoned in on when checking out the make-up was the most gorgeous baby pink lipstick in this range.  There are various textures and colours available in the lip colour aisle so I’m definitely planning to get more acquainted with the ranges.

Perfection Quad Shade Eyeshadow

The thing that really jumped out at me about this palette is how similar it is to a Lancome one I received a while ago.  I love this simple design and interesting selection of colours.

6 Piece Perfection Make-Up Brush Set

If you’ve read any of my other make-up related blogs then you’ll know that I am a big believer in owning the right tools and this set looks like a brilliant investment.

Luscious Eye Lashes Gift Collection

I’m not a false eyelashes user myself (only because I just cannot get the hang of them, although I’d really love to!) but if you’re a fan then here’s a kit containing three separate styles.  I really like the idea of having a palette of lashes so I thought this collection was really innovative.

To find out more about the various make-up ranges available at M&S, have a look here.  It’s worth bearing in mind that there are lots of offers and deals on at the moment, so if you’re interested in finding out more, now is a great time to get stuck in!


1 Comment

  • feefeegabor
    November 5, 2011

    Like the brush set – will be making my way to M&S this week to get one of those. Thanks for the great review.

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