A London Haul

Two weeks ago I went to London to visit my sister and of course you can’t got to London without doing a bit of shopping, so I thought I would do a haul so you can see what I got.

I have wanted an Inglot free spirt palette for ages but juts couldn’t part with the shipping fee and expensive prices. However whilst wandering the shops in Westfield -White City- I came across an Inglot store, to say I was excited would be an understatement. I got the trio palette with the magnetic lid, I also got 3 eyeshadows to put in it. I went for shades that I don’t have and that I could also use in my makeup kit. These eyeshadows had 30% off so they came to £3 each instead of £5. I have already used the lightest shade in the palette and I really like shadows (Review soon). The Palette itself was £8 so I got the whole palette for just under £20 which is really reasonable when compared to Mac which has a big price tag. 
Also whilst in Westfield I came across a Kiko, I had previously visited the oxford street store but that is always super busy and I find it hard to have a proper look around. This store however was a lot calmer and pleasant to be in. I only got one thing, a lip liner. It cost me £2.50 and I think that these are just as good as Mac lipliners which I use often. I picked up the shade.. which I think could be a dupe for Soar by Mac (Post on this soon). 
A trip to oxford street wouldn’t be complete without a purchase from the Topshop store. It is the biggest one i’ve seen and I always see loads of nice things in. I picked up a new handbag which was actually in the sale for £20. It is a lot smaller than what I would normally go for but at the minute i’m finding my bigger bags to big for just shopping or quick trips out. This topshop bag is perfect. 
& Other Stories is one of my favourite stores in London and their sales never disappoint. I picked up three of their lip glosses which I love for just £1 each. I could have picked up a lot more but I limited myself to just three. I got the shades… 
I also visited the Guy Bourdin exhibition which you can hear more of in my post next Friday. In the gift shop at the end I picked up two postcards which has some of my favourite photographs by Guy Bourdin. These were only £1 each and I will be putting these up in my room. 
Thanks for reading, 
Lucy xxx 

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