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Friday 22 January 2016

Sheer Class Jewellery Store – Haul & Review

I love me some bling so I was excited when Saadiah, the lovely owner of Sheer Class, a brand new Facebook jewellery store, offered me the chance to try out some pieces. I was told to select whatever caught my fancy and I wanted to try a mix of formal and casual stuff so here is what I ended up with!

What's In Store for You?

There is quite a variety of formal, semiformal and casual earrings, necklaces, ear cuffs, bracelets, etc. The style ranges from funky to chic to all time favourites of ladies. On top of the reasonable prices, there are special bundles and deals you can avail. Service was super fast and is explained in four easy steps so the whole process was a breeze. All the items arrived in perfect condition with no change in my order. If something is out of stock or unavailable at the moment, the owner is quick to inform you so you can modify the order according to your personal preferences. You also get a complete bill listing the details of your purchase.

So, let’s take a closer look at the beauties I got, shall we?

My Experience

First up is this ah-dorable tarnished silver bracelet which has not one but two cute owls that join at the head when you close it over your wrist. One is smaller and definitely my favourite of the two owls, which are studded with white crystals all over and silently observe you with their beady black eyes. What really killed me were those tiny silver beaks and those long pointy ears sticking out of their heads. Too cute! The material is sturdy and the mechanism flexible while none of the gems show any signs of falling out. I know most people wouldn’t wear this to formal events but I recently wore this to my cousin’s wedding. Yeah, I am weird like that.

Next I hit the jackpot with this gorgeous rose gold butterfly bracelet. My two favourite things in one chic piece of jewellery! A delicate chain loop dangles free from your wrist and the overall effect of the white crystals is simply classy so you could easily dazzle people at formal events with it. It may appear flimsy in the photos but it actually reflects a lot of quality in person.

I love pearls! Incidentally, my name means the oyster shell holding pearls. These dainty creations look like something Tinkerbell from Peter Pan would wear. They are very light weight and comfortable to wear but do not look cheap from any angle. You could go casual or formal with these and they would suit a lot of face shapes.

Red and gold is a classic jewellery combination well loved by Eastern women. This formal blend of deep red stones and tiny white crystals on a golden framework will work splendidly for mature ladies too. The ring has the same design as the earrings so no need to mix and match when you are in a hurry to attend an event.

I hope Sheer Class introduces gift packaging or special packaging for those who wish to gift their loved one presents from this store.  I am quite pleased with my experience with Sheer Class so I highly recommend you guys check it out next time you are looking for trendy artificial jewellery at reasonable rates online.



Quick reliable service
What you see is what you get
Great customer care
Good prices
Attractive range
High quality
Safely wrapped



My Rating


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Friday 8 January 2016

BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Palette – Review & Swatches

Neutral eye shadows and highlighters are our weakness. Give us as much and we still drool over every other new neutrals palette out there. Since this time it was by Carli Bybel, whom we have been following for quite some time now, we had to give it a try. We ended up ordering from the first stock of the palettes which went out of stock within just a few days.

Product Description

Beauty expert and YouTube sensation Carli Bybel designed this versatile 14 Color Eyeshadow and Highlighter Palette to dial up the drama and add excitement to your look. Carli's taste for chic refinement and modern elegance inspired her to select a collection of earthy neutrals and plummy brown shadows with four face highlighters that complement every skin tone. The mix of mattes and shimmers makes it easy to go from amped-up evening intensity to toned-down daytime options.

Features & Benefits:
  • Highlighting Powders Can Be Used for Face and Eyes
  • Vegan 
  • Paraben Free
  • Non-Irritating
  • Allergy Tested
  • Clinically Tested
  • Cruelty Free Product

What Do We Think?

The palette comes in a pretty unconventional white cardboard travel-friendly packaging. You get 10 eye-shadows out of which 4 are matte and 6 shimmers, 4 highlighters and a mirror inside. I smell new makeup, it’s weird but I cannot help it, and when I took a whiff from the pans of this palette it made me nostalgic about the old school days, the odour resembled the one that usually comes from brand new school shoes; yes I am not kidding guys. The odour however has vanished after the palette is in use for a few weeks now. The mirror is useless for me. My face appears squished from top and bottom and a lot broader in it most probably due to its rectangular shape plus I tried looking into it for a minute or so but couldn’t really focus on anything and my eyes started to hurt.

You might have given up on it after reading until here but the good stuff is coming guys.

There are 4 matte and 6 shimmer shades. The matte shades include a cream-beige, a cool rosy-brown, a cool toned mauve and a burgundy. The burgundy is quite long lasting but that makes it a bit harder to blend than the others. They are not completely matte but do contain tiny very fine shimmer which you see only if you really look into the pans but the cool brown shade, which some may categorize as matte, contains a lot more visible yet fine shimmer. It has a greenish tinge to it which we are not huge fans of. The obviously visible shimmer shades include a cool-toned rose, a duo-chrome pale gold-pink, another duo-chrome but a lot more golden, a deep brown-toned bronze, a deep orange-toned copper. All of the shades are amazingly pigmented and feel really creamy at touch.

The best part of this palette, however, is the highlighters, which is actually why I bought it. Embossed with pretty floral design, a pink-champagne shade, a beige shade, a peachy-gold and a pretty bronze shade is included as highlighters. These are just as pigmented as the eye shadows so you only need a little product and they work wonderfully as eye shadows too. The brush really picks up a lot of the product so be careful. Highlighter shades are a lot more prone to fall out than the eye shadow shades and make the palette a mess. The formula is creamy powder which blends amazingly well even with fingers. The pink-champagne gives the most intense look and can be mixed with the others to get the shade you want. It gives a cool sheen to my medium complexion. I avoid using pink-toned highlighters because they do not really go well with my warm complexion but the one in this palette once blended out does not look odd at all. The beige shade is perfect for light to medium skin tones as a daytime highlight while the golden-toned highlighter works great for ultra-glam looks. The bronze shade works more like a bronzer on my medium skin tone and on lighter ones too.

Here are some comparisons between the similar looking shades in this palette by Sadaf on her fair to medium neutral skin. She was disappointed because they could have been substituted with more diverse colours. The mid-tone matte crease colours look the same on the eyes and some highlighters are way too close to some shimmer eye shadows in every sense.

Sadaf rummaged through her stash to check for dupes and here is what she ended up with.

With its considerable pros and some obvious cons, we think this palette is a great steal for the price even if not discounted.


Original Price: $20.00
Sale Price: $12.50


Online at BH Cosmetics


Creamy texture
Very pigmented
Mix of mattes and shimmers
Easy to blend except for the burgundy shade
Travel-friendly packaging
Highlighters double as eye shadows
Affordable with a current discount


Mirror is difficult to work with
Highlighters are prone to fall-out
Some colour repetition

Our Rating


Have you tried this palette yet?

Fizzah & Sadaf

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