Monday, 16 April 2012

8 comments:

We Are All Mad Here said...

I am as pale as a sheet and I used to think I could only wear neutral tones, and pale pink lips but I have become more adventurous - I love rocking a bright statement lip now! I think brights on pales looks so stunning :) kudos for the collection for branching out! xxx

Olivia said...

Did I hear nude lipsticks? And the creme blushes look divine especially Orange County Girl!

Carros Beauty - a Beauty Blog said...

This brand sounds interesting, have never heard of it before. I'm sooo pale and I think these products look very nice :D

Essjay23x said...

Awh, pretty products. I really must check Dainty Doll out. So many fake tan disasters that it starting to get a bit old. Maybe it is time to enhance what I've got instead of faking (and miserably failing)it.

Teresa said...

I am pale, but I have always loved and worn bright colors. Light-colored makeup seems to just wash me out. I love the look of these Nicola products, especially the Storm in a D Cup lipstick!

Emily Jane said...

I've heard of Dainty Doll before and really want to try it out, but they don't have it in my local Boots :(

Arielle said...

Thanks for the review!
I've heard of the brand, but haven't tried it (yet). Am pale myself but don't usually wear real bright colours - I should give it a go :-)

Helen Nguyen said...

Totally loving the nude lipsticks and blushes here..would love to try them!