March 07, 2016

BARGAIN OF THE MONTH! OLIVIA PALERMO FOR CIATE REVIEW.


This month sure has entered into the feeling spendy category already and we are only one week in! After last weeks amazing bargains from TK Maxx for stationary, I thought I would just have another 'browsing' session on my lunch break as you do.

You know what that means! Heading straight to the beauty section, I always find a few bits that I like from brands such as Cowshed and Emma Hardie but this time I was so surprise to see the fairly recent collaborations with the fashion goddess Olivia Palermo! I completely missed out on this huge collaboration with Ciate, one of my favourite nail brands and I always lusted over trying them so straight into the basket they went. 
I think from memory these might be the two shades that the collection opened with,  as the packaging always stayed with me. Simple, clean gold detailing on the white box signed with OP signature. Revealing the nail polish like a present made this feel even more than just a nail polish. I couldn't resist picking up both shades TK Maxx had, starting with Nantucket an amazing rich coral hue and Sundays, a sophisticated pastel pinky nude enriched with a glossy finish. 

At the usual retail price of £17 (each!!!!) I got them for such a bargain! 

Before you think TK Maxx is just filled with unwanted items, you couldn't be any more wrong. If like me, your happy to not go out and buy the must have latest thing, just wait a little and they might just pop up in store like these polishes. To be honest, TK Maxx is just a store for when you do have alot of stock left over from an old line or that you want to just clear some space on your shelves, they will take it. These nail polishes have never been opened they look gorgeous and cost me just a fraction of the price they were last year! Win! Win! I am one happy customer.

Have you found any great beauty bargains?

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox


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