Monday, 14 November 2016

The Best Autumnal Duo? | Fall Collab

This is a post in collaboration with a load of other lovely bloggers who's posts I will link at the end! We decided to keep the collar autumn related!

I was recently given this Ted Baker lipstick and nail polish set as a gift from one of my best friends and I instantly fell in love with the products. The colours are so autumnal and perfect for this time of year!


The lipstick is actually a tinted lip balm, however the colour is still pretty pigmented for something you'd expect to be more sheer and moisturising. It's the only non-matte burgundy/dark red shade I own and it makes a massive difference on those colder more winter-y days. Not to mention, the packaging is beautiful! Nothing beats rose gold!

The nail polish coordinates with the lipstick perfectly, and is opaque with 2 coats. I've really been enjoying wearing it with my Christmas glitter top coat from Barry M when I'm feeling more festive! Again, this goes along with the rose gold theme with the packaging which I love. All in all, it's the perfect shade for Autumn!

You can buy this gift set from Boots.co.uk and in stores!

Have you tried any of the Ted Baker beauty products?

Check out the other lovely bloggers involved in #fallcollab

Alongside Hannah
Kisses From Jess
Faded Element
Touch of Gucci
Just Morgs

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4 comments

  1. The Ted Baker polish is such a pretty and deep shade of red! I love it! :)

    xx Heather || stormywheather.com

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  2. I absolutely love anything burgundy or deep red for the fall / winter! Love your picks x

    TOUCHOFGUCCI // BLOGLOVIN 

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  3. Gorgeous duo! Love the rose gold theme!
    Hannah | alongsidehannah.blogspot.co.uk

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