About a little over a year ago I discovered the most amazing webshop ever: QVC. Ever since that moment, the moment I first ordered something from their site, I’ve been obsessed. At this point I have ordered there about 10 times (which is quite a lot considering the fact I discovered it only a year and a half ago) and I absolutely love it. Because I’m such a fan of that site I decided I wanted to show you guys my QVC makeup collection: all of the products I ordered on QVC. If you’re interested in finding out what I got there, make sure you continue reading!
Let’s start off with the first thing I ever bought on QVC: the Tarte Tartelette In Bloom palette. When I saw they had it there and they shipped it to the Netherlands I immediately ordered it. When it came in I fell in love with it and it quickly became a huge favourite of mine. Nowadays it’s still one of my favourite makeup palettes ever and I use it a ton!
Half a year later I placed my second order on QVC. This time I ordered a little makeup set by Tarte. This set consisted out of their famous Amazonian Clay Foundation, the Lights, Camera, Lashes mascara, an eye pencil, two brushes, a lipstick and a palette. And it also came with a really pretty makeup bag. I really like the products that came in this set and I still use them today.
Tartelette In Bloom – £42,50
But that wasn’t it yet for the Tarte craze. Two months after ordering that little set I ordered another Tarte product. This time I ordered the Tarte Young, Wild and Free palette that came with another one of the Lights, Camera, Lashes mascara as well. It’s a really pretty and compact palette, but it didn’t end up becoming as big of a favourite as the Tartelette palette did.
That same month I decided to place another order. This time I didn’t order anything by Tarte, I actually ordered a little set by Benefit. The set consisted out of their Watt’s Up Highlighter and the famous Hoola Bronzer and both products are still favourites of mine nowadays.
Hoola & Watt’s Up – £32,04
Again, not long after ordering that last set, I ordered some more products off of QVC. This time I bought another makeup set by Tarte including their Rainforest of the Sea foundation, another mascara, a lipstick, another one of their Silk Eye Pencils, a brush and a stunning palette which is still one of my go-to palettes today.
Aside from Tarte and Benefit, QVC also stocks Bobbi Brown. One of my most favourite brands ever. One day I decided to splurge a little and I bought a set containing one of the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Bricks in the shade Bronze and a Brightening Brick in a pink shade. Both products are absolutely stunning, but the Brightening Brick ended up being my favourite out of the two.
Radiance From The Rainforest Set – £70
After buying the Bobbi Brown set I decided to just give it a rest. However, when I came across this Tarte Colour Vibes Amazonian Eyeshadow palette. This is a huge palette filled with 24 highly pigmented eyeshadows and I fell in love with it. It was one of the most expensive things I have bought on QVC, but it was totally worth it!
After buying that palette there was a little silence. But not a too long silence, cause after a month of two I ordered something again. This time I ordered this Tarte Blush Set filled with 4 small Amazonian Clay blushes and a really pretty golden brush. This is definitely one of my favourite purchases ever!
Sculpted Cheeks Deluxe Set – £34,50
Onto the next purchase. At this point I was running out of eye brow pencil. My favourite one was nearly done and I had to act quick. After looking through the site for a while I came across this brow pencil by IT Cosmetics, the Brow Power. It was a set of two and the colour was universal. I decided to order it and oh my, it’s amazing. I’ve gotten so many compliments on my brows ever since I’ve started using it, it’s insane!
Short after that QVC came with a Today’s Special Value set by IT Cosmetics containing their famous Bye Bye Under Eye concealer, the super famous Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream, the Bye Bye Pores Pressed Powder and a really nice brush. Obviously I had to buy it, so that’s what I did. I really love all of these products a ton and I’m really glad I decided to give them a shot.
Brow Power Universal Pencil Duo – £22
Complexion & Radiance Collection – £69
A little less than a month after ordering that IT Cosmetics set, QVC came out with a TSV set on Becca Cosmetics. Since I haven’t tried too many Becca products yet and because this set contained their famous Backlight Priming Filter I decided to buy it. I know I’ve said this a million times, but this is definitely one of my favourite purchases. The products are all very lovely and I use them a ton!
And that guys concludes today’s post. I hope you enjoyed reading it and be sure to let me know which webshop is your ultimate favourite for beauty shopping!