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Antigua Haul

I almost titled this post 'Beauty In Antigua' but then I thought, how presumptuous! Ain't like I went around the whole island :/

Panoramic shot taken during a circumnavigation tour

Anyho, if you check out my Instagram you'd see I spent a couple days in Antigua last month. No special reason, I just like a change of scenery ever so often. I had no intentions of shopping but yuh know us makeup lovers...

Collective haul

I know that you know that when you see a brand that you can't get in Barbados you can't let it guh down so...that's my reasoning!

I was so shocked to walk into a store and see a Chanel display. Chanel. Duty free. #EnoughSaid

That haul pic looked like I went ham but only two of those Chanel products are mine. What I appreciated was having the opportunity to swatch the products, especially the eyeshadow quads.

The hotel I stayed at had an Aveda Spa on site so of course I also took advantage of that.

So the things that actually belong to me:

  • L'Oreal Silkissime eyeliner 'Highlight'  - I haven't seen this shade here yet
  • Iman Skin Tone Evener BB Creme SPF 15 'Earth Medium' - I haven't seen this product here yet
  • Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof long lasting eyeliner '104 Khaki Precieux'
  • Chanel Le Vernis nail colour '461 Blue Satin'
  • Maybelline New York Express Remover - check out my first impression here
  • Aveda botanical kinetics toning mist
  • Aveda be curly curl controller
  • Aveda Chakra 7 balancing body mist
  • Aveda stress-fix concentrate
  • Aveda color conserve conditioner
What would you like to see reviewed first? Let me know in the comments.

Many thanks to the ladies at Lipstick and Flo's Perfume + for their assistance.

It's definitely a trip I'd make again.

Sunset over Jolly Harbour

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