Review Tangle Angel hairbrush

A good hairbrush never really interested me… Until I saw the Tangle Angel one because it’s just a little piece of art. I realized my current hairbrush was probably there for my whole life so it was time for a new one. I bought it online and the next day it came in the mall, time for a review on this beauty.

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So the hairbrush promises a lot of good stuff, I can’t wait to try it out.

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On the back are even more positive promises. I used the brush on dry and wet hair and it detanglings really smoothly, even the wildest tangles which I have in the morning and when it’s wet. I almost never blow dry my hair, don’t wear hair extensions and I’m obviously not a little kid anymore so I can’t test that out for you.

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The only negative point I discovered is that the gripe isn’t that long, and since I kinda have big hands this can be annoying. Overall I think this is a very handy and beautiful hairbrush for any hair types. It’s not that big so it’s nice to bring with you in your bag. If you’re looking for a new brush, you should definitely check this one out, they also come in blue, pink and silver and have XL versions.

Please leave your opinions in the comments 🙂


First impression: MAC Rocky Horror Picture Show Sculpt and Shape powder

When MAC announced the RHPC collection I was so  happy and excited, so when it was launched on the 23rd this month on the Dutch site I immediately placed an order and today it came in the mail. I only bought the Sculpt and Shape powder because MAC isn’t cheap and I’m not rich, but as a huge Rocky Horror fan I just couldn’t resist.


This is how the packaging looks like on the outside. It’s simple, but I love it. My favorite combination, black and red.

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But when I opened it up: whoa! It has this cute RHPC cartoonish print inside with most characters on it. I thought it was a really cool detail MAC did and one thing I know for sure: I’m keeping the packaging!

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MAC Sculpt and Shape powder, bone beige and emphasize

Sorry for the bad picture of the swatches but my camera didn’t focus on the swatches but on my wall, so now you can see a close up of my wall…yay

I think this is great for people with really pale skin, but when I tested bone beige on my face I didn’t really showed up that much as I hoped it would. But where bone beige didn’t showed up much, emphasize did quite well! This is such a beautiful highlighter with a light shimmer in it which will give your face a natural looking glow.

Overall I’m happy about it, it’s big so you can use it a long term, the colors are beautiful and the texture is extremely soft. But because bone beige wasn’t dark enough for me, I kinda wish I was even more pale.

Review NYX Wicked Dreams eyeshadow palette

Hi there!

Today I got my NYX Wicked Dreams eyeshadow palette in the mail, and I decided to make a review on it. This is my first beauty related post, so sorry if it’s not good quality.


This it how to front looks like, just a plastic black one. I really like the font they used for ‘Wicked Dreams’ because it suits the palette very well




As you can see the palette has everything: from nudes to darks and from matte to shimmer (and even a couple glitter).


First row

I have to say I was a little dissapointed with the two light colors here because you can barely see them. My favorites here are number 4 (the brownish purple) and number 8 (green).


Second row

I love these colors! As you can see they are really pigmented, especially number 2 (black but looks a little more green at the picture) and 3.


Third row

Another row with gorgeous colors, especially number 1 is a really pigmented gold with a subtle glitter in it. My favorites here are 1, 6 and 7.


My eyelook with this palette.

Let me know what you guys think of this eyeshadow palette. I personally think it’s of good quality, especially since I bought it for €17,99 at