Good Monday Morning everyone!
Today is actually a rather special day, as it marks the one-year existance of my blog. I had a whole celebration thing planned, but my new banner isn’t finished and my Giveaway things haven’t arrived on time either. For now, all I can do is pat myself on the shoulder and wish my blog a very happy birthday!
So until I manage to get things done, let me entertain you with the Catrice LE Revoltaire.
First up are the lipsticks. The LE came with no less than 3 matte lipsticks, and I can’t say no to a matte lipstick… a weakness of mine. Color Bomb, Nude Alarm and Bloody Red are the names of these lipsticks. So far I wore Color Bomb (the coral one twice, and I must say I really like it. It stays on for a couple of hours with me, which is better than any other drugstore lipstick I tried so far.
And so you can understand why I bought those eyeshadows even though I wouldn’t need them, you’ll have to wait until all the other things arrived and we can happily celebrate my one-year-blogging anniversary.
Now, let’s see the polishes!
Mission Lilac is similar to essence Little Miss Bright. Squishy purple. Opaque in two coats.
Then there is a beautiful yellow-gold, Color of Honor, which is opaque in three coats. It’s a bit streaky, but that’s ok I think. It looked much better on the nail than it looked in the bottle; a colour I enjoyed wearing!
Innocent Toxin is another pea-green from the house of cosnova. Catrice ACid/DC comes pretty darn close. 2 coats – the shimmer in the bottle barely translates to the nail, which is a pity. And last but not least, we have the most exciting colour from this LE – at least in my opinion. It is called Attracting Camouflage, a – and I’m quoting Illamasqua here – pearlescent ash ocre colour. Why am I quoting the description of Illamasqua Bacterium when it comes to a Catrice polish? Well, because they’re dupes. First though: Attracting Camouflage, 3 coats.
Could you have told them apart??
What do you think of the Revoltaire LE? Are you also sometimes falling for nicely packed things, even though you don’t really need them?