I’ve featured a lot of hauls since I started blogging nearly nine years ago, but I rarely post them these days. I decided to share a luxury jewellery and beauty haul today, with some of the latest pieces within my collection.
Luxury Jewellery and Beauty Haul
The first pieces within my luxury jewellery and beauty haul, are two stunning necklaces from Daisy London. I’ve lusted after Daisy London jewellery for the longest time, after seeing lots of beautiful photos of their pieces on Instagram, and with such an extensive range of jewellery piece and metals, it’s hard to choose a favourite.
The first piece I have to show you is the absolutely stunning Estée Lalonde Sunburst Shield Necklace, which is a piece from the super popular Estée Lalonde collection. I’d seen this particular piece many times, and I just couldn’t resist, as it’s so shiny.
The Estée Lalonde Sunburst Shield Necklace is available in both sterling silver and also 18ct gold plate. Silver is my absolute favourite, and the necklace looks even more beautiful in ‘real’ life.
The inspiration behind this piece is a talisman to protect and empower, with a beautifully textured and tactile finish. It’s said to feature a carved sunburst symbolic of happiness and protection, and Daisy London recommend wearing it alone, or layering with other necklaces for a seventies look.
The pendant is a lot larger than I expected it to be, with 30mm x 20mm dimentions, and the pendant comes with an adjustable chain between 22″ and 24″ with little hoops, allowing you to choose the length of your chain.
It’s amazing you can alter the length of the chain so easily, without having to change the chain, and I love it so, so much. The pendant has a flat, smooth back, so it sits flush against the body, and it’s the prettiest, shiniest pendant I’ve ever seen.
The second of my two Daisy London Necklaces is the Estée Lalonde Goddess Medallion Pendant Necklace, which is another piece from the Estée collaboration. If you love suns/moons, you have to check out the collection, as Estée has created some really beautiful pieces.
On the Daisy London website, there’s fab videos on each product page showing the jewellery piece being worn, and it was the video of this necklace which had me sold. Even though there aren’t any crystals, the pendant shines like its jewel encrusted, and I don’t own anything like it in my collection.
The Estée Lalonde Goddess Medallion Pendant Necklace is sterling silver, but it also can be purchased in 18ct gold plate, should you prefer gold to silver. This medallion pendant measures 22mm, and is said to incorporate lunar symbolism, complimented by organic textures.
This necklace also has an adjustable chain, which can be adjusted to 24″, 25″ or 26″, so it’s a really pretty, longline piece. In the centre of the pendant, there are two crescent moons, bordered by a starburst pattern which looks super shiny and really reflects the light. It also features a flat back, just like the shield pendant, and it’s amazing!
The next item in my luxury jewellery and beauty haul, are a pair of amazing sunglasses from SmartBuyGlasses UK. It can be difficult when choosin glasses online, but SmartBuyGlasses UK make the process hassle-free, and they allow you to view each pair of sunglasses in a ‘selfie’ view, so you can see how each pair looks on the face.
As well as being able to use your webcam, to virtually try on the glasses, giving you an idea of what each pair of glasses would look like on you. You also have the option to buy the glasses with or without prescription, too.
These are the Oakley Wheel House Sunglasses in Satin Black, which I chose for my OH as I broke his last pair, and they’re so well made with rubberised grips on the arms so they stay in place behind the ear – even when running. They have Prizm Grey lenses, with a subtle mirror finish, and a full rim design. There are other colours of this specific pair, but the Satin Black colourway is my favourite, and I’d highly recommend checking out the entire SmartBuyGlasses UK sunglasses selection.
The next item within my luxury jewellery and beauty haul is the Victoria Beckham Beauty Lid Lustre Crystal Infused Eyeshadow. I have already reviewed the shade Mink over on my other beauty blog, and I also bought the shade Honey, which is the shade above.
These eyeshadows are expensive, but they are one of the most incredible eyeshadows I’ve ever tried. I eye rolled at the crystal infused description, but they genuinely look like crystals on the lid, and I would love them all. Honey looks to be a really pretty golden brown, and I can’t wait to try it.
The Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer Powder has been on my wishlist for some time now, and I decided to take advantage of a 20% Feelunique discount code, and finally added it to my collection. It has the loveliest, rose gold metal packaging, and the shade Fair looks perfect for my skintone.
I’m not sure if you can describe Urban Decay as being ‘luxury’ but I bought the Urban Decay x Prince Kajal Eye Pencil, from the Prince collaboration which launched weeks ago. It was the only piece in the collection which tempted me, and it looks like the perfect, intense black eyeliner.
I can never resist Too Faced palettes, so when the Too Faced Teddy Bare Eyeshadow Palette launched, I was definitely going to add it to my collection. I’m really surprised by how small it is, as it’s tiny compared to the other Too Faced Palettes, but the shades are gorgeous.
The last piece within my luxury jewellery and beauty haul is the Benefit California Kissin’ ColorBalm in the shade Pink Quartz. Pink Quartz didn’t launch at the same time as the other shades in the collection, and I’m not sure why.
However, I decided to give it a try as I like the two tinted shades I have, and this looked like a more affordable version of the DIOR Glow Lip Balm with a sheer pink tint, rather than applying like a lipstick than the other two shades I own.
I hope you enjoyed reading about the latest beauty and jewellery pieces in my collection.
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