Saturday, August 13, 2011

Karen's Favourite Five Posts of the Week

This is our first weekly round up featuring five of our favourite posts from the past week.  We are naming it the Favourite Five (to be sung to the chorus of this theme tune, substitute famous for favourite).  These are posts that made us laugh, think and inspired us and as Joanne is away this weekend, these five are alllll mine!

1. Mags from Emerald Eyeliner wrote a bloody hilarious post on Lanolips.  I laughed the whole way through it so please go read it now!

2. Aisling on wrote a brilliant piece on her experience with a Satsuma helping her to pic out a foundation using extremely cryptic codes and clues.  Read it and read the comments where we continued the cryptic names that had us all cracking up at work trying to figure them out, haven't read a funnier post on in ages!

3. As soon as I saw this post on Temptalia showing the new Deborah Lippmann nail polishes, they were added to my list of must haves.  I mean, look at them, they're glittery, and amazing.  Need them in my life especially since Across the Universe came into my life!

4. Lowri over on You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory introduced me to Heel Condoms.  Yes, you've read correctly, they're condoms for your shoes!  I love the black feathery ones.

5. BritishBeautyBlogger made me drool at what Nars has in store for us this Christmas.  The palette is gorgeous and I need those mini eye pencils!

Now I have The Famous Five feem toon in my head!


  1. Across the Universe is so freaking beautiful! I reall want that set!

  2. Thanks for the mention lovely :) Glad you liked the post!

    Shall be taking a read through your other favourite posts now :)


  3. Ahh karen and Joanne thanks for the mention .. I am glad you liked the post....lanolips says baaaaaa...

  4. Very interesting points. Thanks!

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