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Posted by on May 26, 2015 in Bath & Body | 0 comments

Ted Baker – Fruity Floral Mint Bath & Body Collection

Ted Baker – Fruity Floral Mint Bath & Body Collection

My Ted Baker reviews are always popular, and today I have another one for you, it’s the Fruity Floral Mint Bath & Body Collection, I’ve been trying out the Body Wash* and Body Souffle*. Launched last month in April 2015 this is part of Ted Baker’s ‘Sugar Sweet’ collection, and the romantic floral print on the Body Wash tube was inspired by one of Ted’s floral fashion prints – in fact I saw some of the clothes in John Lewis at the weekend and they’re so pretty. Ted Baker Fruity Floral Mint Body Wash – this is my favourite of the two items because of its beautiful fragrance. Fruity Floral Mint has top notes of fruits and violets, and base notes of vanilla, patchouli and amber, the base notes really come through preventing the scent from becoming too floral. The Body Wash has quite a strong fragrance and it reminds me of being on holiday somewhere hot and exotic. The packaging looks so pretty too, the mint green tube with watercolour...

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Posted by on Apr 27, 2015 in Bath & Body | 5 comments

Ted Baker – W Eau De Toilette Gift Set

Ted Baker – W Eau De Toilette Gift Set

It’s such a shame that we’ve already had Mothers Day here in the UK, because this Ted Baker W Eau de Toilette Gift Set would make THE perfect gift for mum. Nestled inside the pretty pink gift box is a 30ml bottle of Ted Baker W Eau de Toilette, plus a matching Body Wash and Body Lotion. The rose and dragonfly design on the box, and the front of the two tubes, is really pretty and Summery. What’s more it’s super affordable, at less than £13 for the full set! I hadn’t tried any of Ted Baker’s fragrances before I tried W and I really love it. It’s quite strong at first, it reminds me a bit of a 1980s type of perfume where you got a huge hit of scent as soon as you sprayed it. I would describe it as quite a ‘green’ fragrance, notes include Lily Of The Valley, Bergamot and Vetiver, but there are a lot of floral notes in there too such as Freesia...

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Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Nails & Nail Art | 7 comments

Ted Baker – Faked To Perfection Nails

Ted Baker – Faked To Perfection Nails

If you’re a fan of false nails then you’ll be pleased to know that Ted Baker have recently brought out a new range of ‘Faked To Perfection’ artificial nails, I was lucky enough to be sent the Rose Gold* set to try out. They come in the same cute sweet shop packaging as the Sweet On You Nail Duo that I reviewed last year. The pack contains 24 artificial nails, a small tube of nail glue and a weird white plastic applicator stick. (I didn’t find that the applicator stick was much help, it didn’t hold the nails very well and made it impossible to press the nails firmly onto the nail bed, it was much easier to apply the nails using my fingers). The set comes in a clear box which is really handy to keep the spares and the glue in after you’ve applied the nails. The Rose Gold set are a pretty pale pink colour with a shiny metallic rose gold tip, really beautiful and rose...

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Posted by on May 23, 2014 in Nails & Nail Art | 2 comments

Ted Baker – Sweet On You Nail Duo

Ted Baker – Sweet On You Nail Duo

This Sweet On You Nail Duo from Ted Baker was a birthday gift from a good friend way back in March. The two nail polishes come packaged in a cute little box designed to look like an old fashioned sweet shop. The first polish is called Sweet On You and it’s a lovely peachy pink colour which looks really glossy when used on its own – take a look at the top photo, you can see how shiny it is and I haven’t even used a top coat. It only needs a couple of coats for a good coverage and applies really easily although the brush is very thin and the lid is quite big so it’s a bit tricky to apply it carefully and needs patience. The second polish is called Champagne Sundays and it’s a dusky rose coloured glitter suspended in a clear polish. There are two sizes of glitter – large hexagons and tiny flecks – both the same colour. You can either use Champagne Sundays...

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