The Pink Powderfuff

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

M.A.C, Chanel and Bloom Cosmetics Haul

I recently picked up a couple of things from Chanel, M.A.C and Bloom.

M.A.C Pro Eye Makeup Remover - I ran out of this and don't really know why I purchased again. I guess I just saw it there and thought 'I need another one'. It's not my favourite eye makeup remover but it does the job. It isn't cheap at $34 for 100ml. My favourite eye makeup remover is Clinique Take The Day Off. If you have a favourite eye makeup remover please let me know what it is in the comments below.

Chanel Lait Confort Creamy Cleansing Milk - A replacement for the one I recently finished. I'm not impressed that this has mineral oil in it but it does make my skin feel lovely and let's face it who doesn't want a bit of Chanel sitting in their bathroom! $58 here in Australia from Chanel counters.

Chanel Lotion Confort Silky Soothing Toner - Another replacement product here. This is alcohol free and I must say one of my favourite toners. It leaves my skin feeling so soft and comforted. This toner is $58 here in Australia and is available from Chanel Counters.

Bloom Boost Lip Balm Trio - I love Boost Juices so imagine my surprise when I found that Bloom Cosmetics have produced a range of lip balms in the flavours of Boost Juices. I was tempted to buy them all but thought I would see what they were like before I bought each one. I saw a little gift set containing 3 flavours for $14.95 so I picked that up. The flavours in my gift set were: Watermelon Crush (my favourite Boost juice), Tropical Storm and Mango Tango. My watermelon crush has already gone AWOL and for the life of me I can't find where I have put it. If I haven't found it again by Friday I will have to repurchase because it is absolutely phenomenal. It tastes exactly the same as Boost's Watermelon Crush. These balms are the best balms Bloom have ever produced in my opinion. They are so beautiful on the lips. I can't wait to go back and get the other flavours.

There are 5 flavours in the Bloom Boost Juice range including: Berry Bang, Watermelon Crush, Tropical Storm, Banana Buzz and Mango Tango.

The really cool thing about these balms is that they actually have Boost Juices in them. The boost juices are made and then popped in the blender with beeswax, jojoba seed oil and vitamin e. Bloom Boost Juice Lip Balms are $4.95 each and available everywhere Bloom is sold and at Myer Stores in Australia.

Chanel Coco Shine Lipstick in Chance - I am obsessed with this lipstick. Of course it is a beautiful shade of shiny pink. The thing I really love about Chanel's Coco Shine Lipsticks is that there is no need to apply a gloss over the top (of course you can if you so desire). I have deliberately not included a picture of this because I am going to do an in depth review on it very soon!

Coco Rouge Lipsticks are available at Chanel Counters in department stores here in Australia for $50 each.

Note: I am not sponsored by or affiliated with any of the above mentioned brands. All products were purchased by me and all opinions are my own.


  1. Nice haulage! I hope your Boost balm turns up soon. Maybe one of the puppies borrowed it :)

    My favourite eye makeup remover is Face of Australia's Gentle Makeup Remover. The great thing is that I can use it all over my face. It's super gentle too, I've been using it as an eye makeup remover and it hasn't bothered my eczema at all. xxx

  2. Thanks Glossy I will pick some up next time I'm in the city. I just found my Watermelon Crush Balm, hiding in my lip balm box!

  3. Very glad Watermelon Crush turned up!

    I'm eagerly awaiting the Chance post. I have Boy and it's beautiful. Roy bought it for me the day we were going in to have Chael induced. I was scared and he knew exactly how to cheer me up :)

  4. He sounds like good people to me! I also have Boy it's beautiful. I wonder if he bought it for you because he thought it was called Roy!Lolz xxxx

  5. Hahaha. No, he bought it for me because he knew I wanted that particular shade. The bizarre thing is the shade is called 54 Boy. At the time we didn't know what sex C was, and we had a 54cm baby boy.