Spicy Gingernuts

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Hey everyone,

I made these scrumptious spicy gingernuts today. I must say they are nothing like the Griffins Gingernuts from the supermarket… In fact I don’t really like those Gingernuts, but I love these! Does anyone else’s mum break into song when you mention Gingernuts? I haven’t told my mum I’ve made these yet but I already know she will when I give her one. Let me know in the comments if you know what song I’m talking about. haha.
Spicy, crunchy, chewy pieces of crystallised ginger, these are truely irresistible. These are the perfect biscuits to accompany your cup of tea, hot chocolate or coffee. Especially at this time of year, these spices truely warm the soul and it is essential to have the perfect dunking biscuits. So curl up in a blanket in front of the fire (or the TV) with your favourite hot drink and some of these delicious cookies. Doesn’t that sound ideal.
I haven’t shared many recipes lately, sometimes I wonder if it’s wrong or silly to share an exact recipe from a book. However today I made the exception, for these are divine and I have been needing a gingernut like this for a very long time. (Ever since Pure Delish, an NZ brand, discontinued their “Gingernuts for Grownups” and broke my heart. haha. These aren’t quite the same, but the flavour definitely is.) These gingernuts are super easy to make, anyone can make them. Enjoy!


Spicy Gingernuts
Recipe taken from “bluebells bakery Sweet and Savoury” recipe book.


225g plain flower
2 tsp baking soda
3 tsp ground cinnamon
4 tsp ground ginger
85g caster sugar + 1/4 cup extra for rolling
125g unsalted butter, at room temperature
100g golden syrup
1/4 cup chopped crystallised ginger


  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celcius (160 fan bake). Line two baking trays with baking paper.
  2. Sift the dry ingredients into a bowl and set aside.
  3. Combine the butter, golden syrup and crystallised ginger in a small saucepan and stir constantly over a medium heat until melted and combined. Remove from the heat.
  4. Pour the melted mixture into the dry mixture and mix until well combined.
  5. In a shallow bowl, pour the extra caster sugar. Use your hands to roll tablespoonfuls of the mixture into balls, then roll in the caster sugar and place on the tray 5cm apart.
  6. Bake in the middle of the oven for 20-25 minutes or until firm to touch.
  7. Remove from the oven and cool for 10 minutes on the tray before transferring to a wire cooling rack.

These will keep for up to 4 days in an airtight container at room temperature.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoyed this recipe. Let me know if you make them!

Anna xo

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The Balm Schwing Liquid Eyeliner

Hey friends,

Today I have a review of this eyeliner that I have been loving. I was using the very hyped Kat Von D Tattoo liner but I think I like this one better. Here’s a quick overview.

Why I like it:

  • Matte
  • Opaque and black
  • Easy to use
  • Nice consistency – doesn’t run everywhere and glides on easily and smoothly
  • You can go over the same area and build up the eyeliner (like for example, the kat von d one goes weird and won’t build up, which is annoying if you f* up your eyeliner or get eyeshadow on it and need to go over it.)
  • Lasts and stays black
  • Sets and does not smudge one bit

Here’s some photo’s to demonstrate:



It’s great.

Thanks for reading! Hope this is helpful. What is your go to favourite eyeliner? I feel like I am missing gel liner but I was terrible at remembering to wash my brush. haha. I am sure we can all relate to that!



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Green Lipstick: Kat Von D Plan 9

Hey everyone,

I had one request for my mum when she visited the Sydney Sephora, and it was for Kat Von D Studded Kiss in the shade Plan 9. A gorgeous emerald green. I just longed to have a green in my collection and I really think it looks incredibly beautiful.

First of all, the lipstick itself is smooth and creamy, applies evenly and opaque and is easy to put on. Not to mention the studded tube is really edgy and unique.


This is the first look I’ve created with it.

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I’ve paired with a simple, neutral cut crease and winged eyeliner. This is my good eyebrow. I was looking at a front on picture and I just hope people out there with symmetrical eyebrows truely appreciate how lucky they are. haha. Oh the struggle.
A really dramatic eye would also look awesome, either colourful or something super dark and smokey.

After playing around a bit, I created a pretty cool black ombre effect using black eyeliner and eyeshadow, and Sugar Pill Lumi pigment in the centre of the lips. Sugar Pill Lumi is a beautiful white glitter pigment with green reflects and looks amazing on top of other cream colours.


This goes to show that eyeshadow isn’t the only way to add a bit of fun and colour to your makeup. What are your favourite slightly outrageous or unique colours in your makeup collection? I’d love  to know! Especially if it’s something I’m really missing out on.

Thanks for reading,

Anna xo

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Piping Buttercream Roses

Hey everyone!

I’ve always admired and wanted to try piping flowers out of buttercream! I am not a big fan of fondant decorating but I am of buttercream and other yummy things. They aren’t perfect and it was a little harder than I thought but I think they still came out rather nice. The main challenge is getting the consistency of the icing right as it softens even more in between your hands when piping them, and my hands aren’t the steadiest either. I added glitter because I thought there was a big gap but I actually hate this glitter as it is so chunky and not reflective and pretty like other glitters I have used in the past. So I wish I didn’t add it but it’s there.

I thought it would be fun to share some photos of my roses. These are completely unedited photos and I love how bright the colours are, especially the pink. The cake is chocolate cake and chocolate buttercream. This is actually one of my all time favourite chocolate cake recipes too, let me know if you’d be interested in seeing the recipe.


Thanks for reading. I am always posting my food creations on Instagram so follow me @annanna123 for yummy photos on your insta feed (and cute photos of my dog) :P.



Anna xo

Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipsticks Review



One of my favourite makeup items would definitely be lipstick. When I saw this gorgeous Stila set in Mecca in November I didn’t even hesitate to buy it! Over the holiday season they sold this set of 6 mini liquid lipsticks, but you can buy all of these colours individually in a full size and many other colours too. Liquid lipsticks are everywhere now and from many different brands. Through trying many different brands I have found what I love and don’t love in a liquid lipstick. For me, the Stila stay all day liquid lipsticks have been a winner and I am going to tell you why.


L-R: caramello, patina, aria, fiery, chianti, como

First of all, a simple criteria for being successful, the colours are gorgeous. I have probably worn Patina the most, as it is such an easy colour to wear on a day-to-day basis, then probably the colour Aria. All of the colours are wonderfully pigmented. Including the more nude shade, Caramello, which I actually quite enjoy. Often nudes wash me out very easily, however this one has just the right amount of colour in it and looks rather nice. I am often complimented when wearing these lipsticks and people want to know what they are, which is a good sign!

Secondly, they apply beautifully, and the texture is so creamy and so smooth and the doe foot applicator is flat, kinda flexy and quite easy to use.

Thirdly, they dry matte but aren’t drying compared to many liquid lipsticks on the market. However, I still like to wear some lip balm with it, and would do this with any matte lipstick. But even when I don’t it’s not uncomfortable.

Fourthly, as suggested in the name they are long lasting. What I have found with many other liquid lipsticks is flaking and crumbling overtime and the Stila liquid lipsticks don’t do this at all, which I love. I also love that if I really need to I can reapply without that super cakey feeling on my lips.

I hope this review was somewhat helpful! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask in the comments! Also, if you liked this review and would like to see another one on something else please let me know. 🙂

Anna xo


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Simple Summer Glow Makeup / favourite summer products


Hello there!

No my blog isn’t quite abandoned yet, life just got in the way as it does! However, times have changed, I have a degree and am refreshed after a long and amazing summer break. I still have been enjoying watching youtube and reading blogs, but now I am finally returning to mine in hopefully a more organised and dedicated manner haha.

Intro aside, this is a very simple, glowy and fresh makeup look, this has for a long time been my go-to look during the summer time and when on holiday. I just love how fresh and natural this looks and it can last on hot days and because it is lighter it is easy if afternoon swim is at hand (just use waterproof mascara and if you got that Urban Decay setting spray go ahead with that too). I wanted to share some of my favourite tried and true products and would also like to know any of your favourite products during the summer! Please let me know in the comments! 🙂

Products Shown Above L-R

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette (Holiday special edition)
Hourglass Illume Bronze Light
Zoeva 125 / Stippling
MAC Skin Hydrating mist
Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer Light Warm
NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser Light 0
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Moonstone
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Pearl (closed)
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pearl
Make Up For Ever Smoothing Primer
Chanel Chance Eau Vive
Chi Chi Brow Pomade Dark Brown
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo Chocolate

The Makeup


I love to use the Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in pearl to prime the outside of my face, such as the cheeks and then use the MUFE Smoothing Primer on my nose, next to my nose and middle of my forehead to keep that smooth and shine free throughout the day in the heat. I just opened my second brand new NARS Tinted Moisturiser and I honestly can’t live without this product as it’s so easy and carefree to apply, yet has a nice amount of coverage to even out the skin tone and sits so beautifully on the skin. However, be aware I am quite sure this has NO SPF in it, so be sure to apply one separately. I use the Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer under my eyes, around my nose and set these areas with the yellow powder Diffused Light from the Hourglass Ambient Lighting palette (you can buy the powders separately). Now using the stippling brush I bronzed up my face using the bronzer shade from the Hourglass Illume Palette, which gives such a beautiful, natural bronzed glow to the face, I love this product so much and I find this cream bronzer lasts really well. For blush I mixed the two blushes Mood Exposure and Luminous Flush from the Ambient Lighting Palette and the highlighted the cheekbones, nose and brow bone with Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in Pearl.  Usually on holiday I would just have one palette such as the hourglass one or Urban Decay Naked Flushed palette and only use the products (bronzer, blush and highlight) from those instead of using so many different things but today I just had it all in front of me. I will also powder under the bronzer and that to clean it up and to ensure all the makeup stays in place there.

For the eyes, it is so simple! I just take whatever bronzer and highlight I have. My favourite to use are the Illamasqua blush in Disobey and Becca Moonstone, which is what I am wearing today. With a fluffy brush blend the bronzer in the crease and outer corner and under the lower lashline. You can be so messy and make the look as smoky and strong as you like. Then I press the highlight colour over the centre of the lid and inner corner, blend the bronzer again and there we are. Today I added The Balm No Money No Honey in the inner corner, which is one of my favourite things ever and you need it in your life. Topped off with my favourite mascara of the moment Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara. As I mentioned earlier, it’s better to have a waterproof mascara incase of any swimming action, however I don’t have a favourite waterproof mascara at this time but would love some recommendations!

The way I do my brows has slightly changed recently. I still use the same Zoeva 322 Brow Line brush, however instead of the ABH pomade I have been loving the Chi Chi Brow Pomade and I add the ABH Brow Powder Duo to sharpen up the tail and darken up any gaps that I have. Then very importantly I must set the hairs in place. At the moment, before doing my brows I am enjoying using ABH Brow Primer, which is a wax pencil that really holds my brow hairs in place much better than any brow gel I’ve tried. Afterwards I use whatever is left of my MAC Brow Set however I am sure it’s pretty much empty but it’s good to comb the brows into place anyway. haha. Finishing off with a MAC Skin Hydrating Mist to settle any powder and help give that glow! I always avoid my nose area with this as it will make my makeup slide around and off my face, which is not nice at all. I’d much prefer the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray but I can’t buy it in NZ :'(.

This makeup look could go with any lipstick colour be it a simple gloss or pop of colour. Today I am wearing a current favourite, Bite Beauty Matte Crème Lip Crayon in Tatin.

Here’s a close up so you can see how my skin looks : Even skin tone but you still can see some of my freckles, while looking glowy and fresh faced. 🙂



Thanks for reading and I hope this inspired you or was helpful in some way. If you have any more questions about any of the products please don’t hesitate to leave me a comment! And also please share your favourite summer products as I’d love to know.

Lots of love,

Anna xo



FOTD feat. Melt Cosmetics mini review

Hey everyone!

It’s easter holidays and I have 3 weeks off uni! Phew! I had such a chilled easter weekend. It was so nice! Just sat around home, walked the dogs, made hot cross buns and ate way too much chocolate. Hope you all had a fabulous weekend too!

Today I decided to play around with my melt cosmetics stacks! I have been meaning to post about these eyeshadows since forever. Not too long ago, I went crazy and bought both the Melt cosmetic eyeshadow stacks Lovesick and Dark Matter. I decided to create a burgundy sort of smokey eye. I have seen something similar online which inspired me. I think it turned out ok! I can see room for many improvements but I quite like it anyway. 🙂 Enjoy!

Mini review:

Why I love these eyeshadows:

  • Highly pigmented
  • Smooth texture
  • Blend like a dream
  • Beautiful and unique colours
  • Awesome unique packaging
  • Big eyeshadows
  • Need I say more?



Lovesick stack Colours L-R: Promiscuous, Fixated, Amelie, Lovesick. (ignore blotchy-ness its because I had body butter type stuff on my arms)


Dark Matter stack colours L-R: Dark Matter, Enigma, Unseen, Blurr.

Personally, I think I’d use the Lovesick stack more because I don’t wear dark eye makeup very often and because I love the unique and bright colours of the lovesick stack.

Dark matter is perfect for girls who love their smokey eyes. The colours blend together so perfectly, everything you need is in the one stack!




Once again, excuse the hair.. it seems I always do fotds when I’ve just washed my hair… and need to re-dye my roots.. damn it..

Products used:


Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion – Eden
Melt Cosmetics Lovesick

Melt Cosmetics Unseen
Melt cosmetics Amelie
Urban Decay Vice 3 – truth (matte pinkish white)
Eyes of horus natural smokey eye pencil Black
xobeauty gold digger lashes
ABH dipbrow pomade in chocolate
MAC brow set in brown ebony

Benefit Porefessional primer
Topshop Glow
Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk
Nars Sheer Glow
Illamasqua blush in Disobey
MAC Warm Soul
MAC mineralized skinfinish – Soft and gentle
Nars loose translucent setting powder

MAC Dervish lip pencil
Nyx butter gloss éclair  

Hope you liked my fotd! What are your favourite makeup looks and colours at the moment? Let me know in the comments below. 🙂


Anna xo

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Hot Cross Buns!

Hi everyone,

I hope everyone is well! Oh how I love a lovely toasted hot cross bun with butter melted in and a nice cup of tea. mmm.. It has been a little bit chillier this week so it has been even better for a toasty morning or afternoon tea. I can’t believe it’s Autumn already and nearly Easter! Mind you in reality, I just had Autumn while I was in France… Oh well! I must admit I am so slow with trying to organise my time better and productive with my time. I have been really busy with assignments and I am also trying to get better at going to the gym and such. But I’m gradually getting there and the posts are coming along! I managed to make these gorgeous, soft, wonderful hot cross buns! Last year I did a hot cross bun baking class on a Sunday and I learned some tips as to how to make hot cross buns especially delicious. If you don’t celebrate easter or don’t like the crosses or want to eat these at other times of the year then you could simply bake these without the crosses. Yay!


Hot Cross Buns

For this recipe it is quite important to be precise measuring out all the ingredients and to have a good read through before you start. You do need to prepare the sultanas the night before, although the actual process of making and proving them isn’t overly long at all. I find the second time baking them is always easier. I have tried to include as many good tips as I can. Enjoy 🙂


For the Buns

450g strong, high grade flour (plus extra for dusting)
45g soft brown sugar
10g salt
10g Allspice (pimento)
1 egg
20g yeast
225ml warm milk (bath warm)
45g soft butter
300g soaked and air dried sultanas give or take (I say measure after you’ve soaked them)

Cross Mix

100g rice flour (use rice flour because it is easier to pipe as it forms a paste consistency and doesn’t become stretchy like when using a glutinous flour)
100ml water
1 TBS vegetable oil

Glaze (delicious but this makes them sticky just so you know)

100g Apricot Jam with a little water



1. Like mentioned in the ingredients, soak the sultanas in warm water for 30 minutes and the strain in a colander overnight. This is to plump up the sultanas and so they don’t draw the moisture out of the buns.

2. If you are using instant/active yeast (like most people) not fresh yeast, activate the yeast by sprinkling over the warm milk and stirring until mostly dissolved.

3. Mix flour, sugar, salt, yeast, all spice, egg and warm milk in large bowl or in the bowl of a stand mixer with dough hook attachment until a dough begins to form (start kneading if doing by hand) and then add in the softened butter. I’ve noted to judge the wetness if the mixture i.e. if it’s too dry add milk or add flour if its really wet… I never have needed to add anything but it may depend on your flour.

4. Keep kneading/mixing until a smooth dough forms. Until you can carefully stretch out a “gluten window” so stretch a little piece thin without the dough making a hole.

5. Place it in a large bowl and leave to rise in a warm environment (28-32 degrees) for about 5-10 minutes. I warm the oven up to 25-30 degrees.

6. In the meantime, place the sultanas and mixed peel in a bowl and microwave until hot.

7. Place the hot fruit on top of the dough to create a nice hot blanket over the dough. Leave the dough to prove until doubled in size, about 15-20 minutes

8. Work in the fruit (mixer on a low gear) and aim for all the fruit to be covered. Shape into a large round ball on a floured bench top. Leave to rest for 10 minutes.

9. Divide the dough into 12 pieces of approximately 100g each and form a bun. Now there’s like a trick of rolling the buns. With a slightly cupped hand with all fingers together, roll the bun in circular motions on the benchtop. The dough will naturally roll in the opposite direction and sort of inside out itself. I wonder if that makes any sense at all… It’s best to roll them twice but I couldn’t be bothered.

10. Place buns on greased tray. Leave to prove until double in size (took mine about 50 minutes). This is where a spray bottle of water comes in! Spray the buns with water and again every so often. I haven’t got around to getting one so I just splash them which isn’t the most even or efficient way of doing it… but it kinda still does the job…

Note: I made my buns sitting on a flat tray separately but there is the option to put them in a rectangular tin so they are like in a pack but I have found they don’t always bake evenly this way.

11. In the mean time, mix together the cross mix ingredients with a fork. The consistency should be like pancake batter. Add a little bit of water if it’s too thick.


12. When the buns are double in size, be very careful at this stage. Pipe crosses on the buns, spray with water and place immediately in the oven.

13. Bake in preheated oven of 200 degrees celcius or 190 fan bake. Bake for approximately 10-12 minutes. Keep an eye on the colour, they should be well browned but the crosses are still white.

14. While they make, heat up the apricot jam in the microwave until hot. When the buns come out immediately brush them with the hot jam. (I realise my recipe says to prevent stickiness.. I am not so sure about that…)

15. Leave to cool a little. Enjoy with butter and a nice cup of tea!


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Thanks for reading! I might post some more easter recipes because why not! 🙂 I am really in the baking mood at the moment. I hope you enjoyed this recipe. 🙂




Birthday cake baking!

Hey everyone!

I made this divine coconut cake for my mum last Friday and I just had to share it with you!


It’s a beautiful coconut layer cake with delicious coconut cream cheese frosting! I got the recipe off a website called Cooking Classy. You have probably come across her website one way or another if you are bit of a foodie/baker as she has many fantastic recipes. I am not gonna bother copying the recipe as I didn’t change much but I definitely recommend it and you can check it out here!

All I did differently was toast the coconut and I added a big 1/4 cup coconut cream and around 1/2 cup icing sugar to the icing. I didn’t have any coconut extract. To toast the dried coconut (I used coconut chips on top and then threaded coconut) just lay it out on a baking tray and put in the oven around 175 degrees checking every 2 minutes. I was really glad I added the coconut cream to the icing as it made it really creamy and it had a nice level of coconut flavour. The cake itself was lovely and light and moist.

Just be aware when following the recipe that the cups used are US cups not metric cups like in NZ, so it’s best to weigh out the ingredients.  🙂

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Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed these yummy pictures. I feel like making something else now! What should I bake? Next weekend I know I want to bake Hot Cross Buns. I have this absolutely delicious recipe for them that I got in a special hot cross bun class last year… mmm never too early for hot cross buns! I love them.


Anna xo


Hey everyone,

Today I have a very cool review for you! I recently made an order for some of the ColourPop Lippie Stixs and an eyeshadow. Most of you have probably heard about this brand some way or another from other bloggers but if you haven’t, they are an online US brand who sell high quality products and extremely affordably! And don’t test on animals, which is great!

Overall, I AM SO IMPRESSED! All the products I ordered are beautiful and just outstanding! You cannot get products of such amazing quality so inexpensively in New Zealand ever. And side note – there seems to be quite a few good dupes for other high-end lipsticks i.e. MAC. I got 4 gorgeous lippie stix, a lippie pencil and a super shock eyeshadow.



I got a Super Shock Shadow in the colour Girly. The ColourPop eyeshadows are the most uniquely textured shadows, they look like a powder in the pot but actually have this gorgeous smooth, creamy, mousse-like texture but set to a powder finish. It is best to apply with your finger, and wow the product just glides on so smoothly and the colour is pigmented. These shadows are definitely nothing like I have tried before. The colour Girly is a shimmery white colour, the shimmer reflects almost a sort of rosey goldy colour, and makes a beautiful all over the lid colour. When I was making my order for all the lippie stix, I still really wanted to see what the texture of the super shock shadows were like so I chose an easy colour I could wear all the time. There is such a wide range of colours on the website. Overall, 10/10 texture and colour and I need more.



ColourPop Lumière, Creature, LBB, Dalia

The Lippie stix I got are (In order of the picture), Lumière, Creature, LBB, and Dalia. I also got the matching Lumière Lippie pencil. First of all, I must say I love all these colours and will definitely wear them all. All of these are matte formulas, ColourPop have other formulas I just happened to choose colours that are all matte. For a matte lipstick, I found the texture is extremely smooth and I love how easily they glide on the lips. I didn’t find wearing them very drying either, although I think if your lips are dry it’s always better to apply a lip balm first anyway especially just in the centre. I also found that they stay on well and don’t cake up. I wore the colour Dalia to dinner and it stayed on very well, although I wiped some off because I had spaghetti haha. The lippie stick reapplied really well. And lastly, the lippie stix themselves in the tubes are quite small, which is quite nice because I find I can be more accurate applying them. Especially good for smaller lips.

Lumière is a gorgeous darkish mauvey pink colour. For me it’s a perfect daytime (or nighttime I guess) lip colour, which I can throw on with any outfit. The lippie pencil is the exact same colour and although I don’t know how necessary it is, it is a very nice lip pencil and glides on smoothly.
Creature is a deep burgundy red and does look very similar to Dalia in the picture but Dalia is more is more of a dark warm red. Okay, very similar but I LOVE these types of colours. Dalia is also a very, very good dupe for the well loved MAC lipstick Diva. Both are matte and here’s a wee swatch comparison. I actually think that Dalia is a wee bit creamier than Diva, which is quite nice when it comes to wearing matte lipsticks.

Colour Pop Dalia, MAC Diva.

Colour Pop Dalia, MAC Diva.

LBB is according to ColourPop website, a rich plum wine colour, (sounds much nicer than deep purpley pink colour). It seems to me this is another very close dupe! Very similar to another well loved colour, MAC Rebel. Although, MAC Rebel isn’t matte, the colours are very close. Rebel may be a touch darker or more purpley toned.


ColourPop LBB, MAC Rebel

Overall, here’s a quick round up!

Why I love the Lippie Stix:

1. Smooth Texture – glides on beautifully

2. Not too drying

3. Lasts long

4. Re-applys well

5. Small lipsticks make it easier to be precise especially on smaller lips

6. Gorgeous colours

7. Affordable

8. Cute and functional packaging

To be honest, I can’t find many faults for these lipsticks especially when they are only $5 USD each. Shipping was about $20 USD and with that still only about $8 each. You do not get anything that affordable in NZ, even a lot of the inexpensive brands are generally at least $20 NZD per lipstick here. And the quality is so up there and probably better than a lot of high end expensive brands. And that’s definitely saying something.. So check out the website ColourPop if you wish. 🙂

Heres a wee bonus FOTD with ColourPop Supershock shadow Girly and Lippie Stix Dalia.


Basically, I’m obsessed. I would love to add some more to my collection! Especially the eyeshadows but I found there are so many colours to choose from! So if you have tried ColourPop, I’d love some recommendations! So comment down below your thoughts, favourites and if you have done a post on them, link me because I’d love to see what you got!

Thanks for reading. I hope you enjoyed and this was somewhat helpful! This was such a long post so you’ve done well to make it this far!


Anna 🙂 xo