Primark Alice in Wonderland Smile Body Mist Review

Curiouser and Curiouser. Primark has launched a brand new Alice in Wonderland beauty range at affordable prices. I picked up the Smile body mist for £3!

Primark Alice in Wonderland Smile Body Mist

How cute it the packaging? At first I did think it would be a hair product due to the glittery top but after realising it was a spray and having a play with the tester I fell in love with its sweet smell.

It doesn’t actually say anywhere on the product what it smells like and I can’t quite put my finger on it but I did find it more sweet and musky rather than fresh/fruity.

I find that the mist lasts much longer on clothing rather than on skin but that seems to be the case with most mists I’ve tried.

There’s also an Alice perfume with the same scent that retails for £8.

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Primark PS Lash Contour Mascara Review

As stated in a previous post I picked up a couple of mascaras to try out from Primark costing the small price tag of £2 each. The final mascara to test is the PS Lash Contour which claims to give a 3d curl, length and mega volume.

Primark PS... Lash Contour Mascara

This mascara has an interesting wand which I haven’t really seen before from any other brands and it’s a plastic brush which I personally prefer.

I’m going to be totally honest here and say I was not that impressed by this mascara, I know it’s only £2 but I found the formula incredibly dry so it wasn’t easy to build up.

I liked how the mascara looked but I wouldn’t say it gave mega volume, it did give a curl as stated but I feel it would have been much more better if it wasn’t so dry.

If you want to try any Primark mascaras I would say to maybe consider the other ones available first.

Primark beauty is cruelty free!

Primark PS… Amplif-Eyed Mascara Review

Primark beauty is upping it’s game lately so I thought I’d finally give it a try as I was after a new mascara anyway.

There were quite a few to pick from all being £2 each so I opted for the Amplif-Eyed ‘Definition, Volume and Lift’ mascara.

Primark PS...Amplif-Eyed Mascara

The wand is thin plastic and a pretty standard shape it’s very similar to the Revlon Dramatic Definition mascara. The formula is not really wet either like some new mascaras can be which is a positive point for me.

This mascara seperated my lashes gave them nice lift with no clumps and there was some volume after a few coats but nothing too crazy so it would be passable at school etc..

I would have preferred thicker looking lashes but hey it’s only £2 so can’t complain!

Primark beauty is cruelty free!