Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Wet n Wild and BEUTiFi Blogger Brunch!



Wet n Wild is yet another American brand that has launched in Ireland this year (woo!) and over the weekend, I was at the BeutiFi.com and Wet n Wild Beauty Brunch, organised by the lovely ladies at the Publicity Loft.



The event was super casual, I got to chat with some of the other beauty bloggers, munch on some delicious treats (the chocolate strawberries were to die for!), and test out some Wet n Wild makeup, before Lisa Molloy from Pink Sugar Sparkles taught us how to do some super easy (unless you have hair like mine!) 5 minute hair styles, such as the fishtail braid.





Pop Art Craze Eyeshadows (left) and Nail Polishes (right)



After that, we were introduced to this cool new site BeutiFi.com, which is a site that allows you to find hair and beauty salons anywhere, at any time and for absolutely any occasion. They have a huge database of hair and beauty salons, making it so easy for you to find and book one that works for you. It’s basically the trivago of the beauty world here in Ireland, and I think it’s an amazing idea!


Last of all, make-up artist Sarah Lanagan gave a few make-up demonstrations. She showed us the A/W trend for this year (berry lips and sculpted cheeks), a quick an easy smokey eye and also gave tips on how to achieve perfect eyeliner wings.


We all got goodie bags containing some Wet n Wild goodies, and I’m so excited to try everything out! I’ve already tested out this gorgeous neon orange nail polish (it's much brighter than the photo shows) from the Pop Art Craze Collection, which you can get at Pennys/Dunnes for €3.99 a bottle.



To finish my Wet n Wild filled day, I decided to have a look in Dunnes to see if I could find a certain lipstick I’d been lusting after for the past week. The weekend before, I had looked in 5 different shops trying to find the beauty that is Sugar Plum Fairy, with no luck. I finally found it on Saturday, and I picked up an extra one for my sister too. It’s such a stunning colour, perfect for autumn, and it’s an exact dupe of Mac’s Rebel, and so much more affordable (€2.99). The only difference is the finish, Rebel has a satin finish whereas SPF is a matte. If you've been eyeing Rebel but were waiting for a cheaper alternative, GET THIS! If you can find it, that is!




3 comments:

  1. wow ,i have blue one ! friend from Netherlands sent it to me! it is amazing polish !

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    1. The blue one is so pretty too, might have to get it to add to my collection! Might have to get all of them actually :P

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