One of my favourite affordable and fun cosmetics brands, Misslyn has recently released a festival-themed collection in time for Summer, the Festival Vibes collection, and here I have a few pieces from the collection to share with you. The inspiration behind the collection is creating unique and flamboyant looks, and each piece has been designed to fit easily into a handbag or purse for on the go glamour.
There are four new Nail Lacquer (£5) shades in Festival Vibes, and here I have two of them - 139 Just Be Free, a pretty coral peach with white silver shimmer, and 394A Endless Road, a gorgeous pearlescent soft gold complete with yellow gold glitter sprinkled throughout it. I found the polishes applied really easily onto the nails and the colour intensity was really long lasting, which is great for me as I hate it when you apply nail polish and it's ruined by morning!
Moving onto eyes, we have the Eye Love It Eyeshadow Palette (£10.40), which is available in two colour ways, of which I have Eye Got It From My Mama! These sweet yet funky compact palettes come complete with a mirror on the inside of the lid, six eyeshadow shades and a double ended applicator, with a brush on one end and a sponge on the other. This colour selection includes stunning mattes and shimmers in warm tones, with pops of bronze, gold and teal, all of which are going to look great with a tan!
No festival look would be complete without false body tattoos, and the Jewelry Body Tattoos (£5) are so much fun! Available in two colour ways, these designs can be easily combined and will help you to achieve a truly unique look. They're super easy to apply and can last up to five days, making them also great for holidays. Here I have the style Mystery Land, which contains seven tattoo designs, three band types for wrists, arms, or ankles, and four different sized flower style designs for wherever your heart desires.
Last but not least, we have the Lip Candy Palette (£10.40), also available in two colour ways, of which here I have the Red Kiss Edition. It's very similar in set up to the Eyeshadow palette, a neat book-like palette that has a mirror on the inside of the lid, and a double ended brush applicator. As you may envision by the name, this is a selection of red shades, but also has a dark nude, and a natural pink, and I'm really impressed with the palette of colours included here, there's a shade for most occasions and skin tones.
Are you heading off to any festivals this summer?
All the Loves,
*This post contains PR samples, but all views are my own