RUN BOY RUN: Eyeshadow palette by Makeup Revolution.

 Perfect for the bargain hunters!

On a trip to Kingston recently, I popped into the biggest SuperDrug Store I have ever seen in my life and (along with one of my friends) was seriously impressed by the amount of strange and exciting makeup brands there were.
I'm not too sure whether the makeup brands I saw are new and unheard of, because it is most likely me just being ignorant and subconsciously walking straight past them; however this time I completely forgot (well..not completely) about the hair dye i was meant to be looking for , and drifted straight towards these intriguing new/or not products.

(Shade names from left to right, starting at the top row: Trying to catch you, Running is victory, Sun will be guiding you, Day is a prophesy, Another Day, Its time to run. World is not meant for you, Hide behind me, Dying to stop you, Break out from society, Dont have to hide away, You will be my boy. Follow me, Head to the hills, Run boy Run, Girl on fire, You are finally mine, and Head start.)


After contemplating between three of the available limited edition palette's, I settled for this one called RUN BOY RUN (which is the name of one of the shades inside).

It is one of the first palette's they had which combines both shimmer and matte - 12 shimmer, and 6 matte.
Despite having to apply a lot more of the colour itself onto the eyelid to create the same effect as a higher quality eyeshadow - you are getting 18 unique shades ( all super pigmented) for a bargain price of £6. - EYESHADOW PALETTE.

For those of you looking to try out a variety of different eyeshadow shades - ON A BUDGET  - I would 100% reccomend the Makeup Revolution palettes! You also need to bare in mind that , like most 18 shade eyeshadow palettes, not every colour is going to be perfectly suited to you...and if your like me , and have your mind set on the exact colours you like to wear - try to experiment a little :)

Mia x






༺Photo Diary : A rainy day in Italy ♥

Ciao! This particular day in Gravagna I mainly spent inside - just like i would do back home on a dreary day. Luckily in Italy, despite it thundering outside, the air remains pretty hot, so shorts are still most definitely the 'dress code'. As you can see by the door of our house in the background, it's all quite rustic looking and full of character. I guess it could be called old-school 'shabby chic'?

I bought these worn out looking medium blue denim shorts not too long before we left for Italy. These are from H&M , and in a size 8 they are the perfect fit for me. They are a little frayed at the edges, and slightly high waisted so look good with pretty much any style of top. Here is a similar pair being sold by H&M online - SHORTS.

Right about this time, i really regretted not taking a spare bottle of hair dye with me, as my roots are coming through quite dark at the top. 
Going back to basics, we had to collect twigs from our cellar to start up a fire. Without an oven, we (well..my dad) had to cook everything this way.

My charcoal grey/black Girls Rebellion top is sleeveless, and has studs on the shoulders. I ordered this online a while ago, so here are two other tops I found; both with different similarities to mine. This ones from TopShop and has a print with studs -TOP1
This one is from House of Fraser and is sleeveless with studs -TOP2.

This Flannel shirt was probably one of my best buys from Urban Outfitters Urban Renewal range.It's navy blue and dark green, and I bought it in the men's section to ensure it was baggy. Usually in the heat I would just tie it around my waist, however England is very rarely hot! Here is a very similar Urban Renewal shirt (from the women's section) - UO.SHIRT.

Amelia x