As promised, I said i’d put up a haul showing you guys all the things I picked up at The Clothes Show Live last week. You can see all about my day in yesterdays post here, but as I mentioned I managed to stumble across some really good deals.
Starting off with the Rimmel Goodie Bag, which they do every year for just £10 and they usually do two or three different collections to choose from, all with a different bunch of beauty products. I picked the Rita Ora Collection as i’d tried any of the products and within that I got the Rimmel Fix & Perfect Primer (£6.99), which i’ve wanted to try for ages! A mini of their Rimmel BB Cream Matte (£6.99), which i’ve also wanted to give a go for a while, so i’m looking forward to trying that. The Rimmel Exaggerate Waterproof Eye Definer (£3.99) and the Rimmel Extra 3D Lash Mascara (£4.99), which always come in handy to have in your stash. The Rimmel Colour Rush Balm (£5.99), which is in this lovely nude pink shade and is super moisturising. Lastly in the bag were two nail polishes, the Rimmel 60 Seconds Rita Ora Nail Polish (£3.69) in the shade ‘Raw as Night’ and the Rimmel Sweetie Crush Nail Effect (£3.99) in the shade ‘Violet Swizzel’, which i’m intrigued to try. Overall these goodie bags are really good, and so worth the money as all of these products come in at over £30!
Onto to Lee Stafford and from previous years, their stand wasn’t as good as I remember but every single product was priced at £1. Even though they only had a limited amount of product available, I still picked up a few i’d wanted to try for quite some time. I picked up two of the Lee Stafford Hair Growth Leave in Treatment (£11.99) and also one of the Lee Stafford Climate Control Spray (£5.99) as my hair is a right frizz bomb sometimes, so hopefully this will help to control it a little more.
Lastly we stumbled across the W7 stand, where you could pick up any five products for £10, or three of their palettes for £10 and as they are usually priced between £4.99 and £9.99 per palette (depending on the retailer) we could not take up this offer. As I already owned one of their palettes, Emma and myself both went for the W7 In The Buff: Lightly Toasted Palette (£5.99) and I also picked up the W7 In The Nude Palette (£4.99) and we just split the cost. I’ve really gone palette mad recently and I cannot wait to try out these palettes as they both have some lovely shades!
I also picked up a couple of clothing items, but i’ll be featuring them either in a recent purchases post or a ootd post, so keep an eye out for those soon!
Did you get any good deals at The Clothes Show?