Recently myself, Sabrina and Shortiee31 headed on down to the launch of hair care brand Umberto Giannini make-up range Painted Lady at Home House in Portland Square.
The Painted Lady range is out in September and will be available for the Christmas period only as Christmas gifts.
The range is inspired/an extension of the Glam Hair range and has the lady from the bottle of Backcomb In A bottle on the packaging!
The products are fab and the packaging is so gorgeous with a feel of vintage, gothic and pretty painted ladies :)
There will be gift sets available and a few single products available.
My favourite gift set is this stunning box set, the Fashion Loving Hair & Make-up Kit. It contains some really exciting new products like these amazing nail wraps and still has some core products in there from the hair care range.
The box is beautiful and is going to be perfect for storage on my dressing table so i cant wait to get my hands on this
Next up is my favourite single product. The Painted Lady Palette contains 4 lips colours and 8 eyeshadows! The colours are really wearable and super pigmented. I was lucky enough to be given this at the launch so if you want swatches of it then just let me know!
This is the Painted Lady Eye Compact Duo which will be available with the Fashion Loving Hair & Make-up Kit and the Party Loving Hair & Make-up Kit.
Its so gorgeous i just had to show you it up close.
Perfect colours for a smokey eye!
How gorgeous is this clutch?
This is the Style Loving Hair Kit which includes this padded faux leather clutch and handbag sized Backcomb In A Bottle and Rock n Roll Hairspray.
Then last but not least we have the Party Loving Hair & Make-up kit.
This kit again includes some new products and some of the core hair products but they are all in this cute bag which can double up as a make-up bag and a laptop bag!! How amazing!
The core hair products are all full size and you get 3 of the new from the Painted Lady range.
How excited are you for these to launch in September? I know i am!
What do you love the most?
Thank-you to Umberto Giannini for a lovely day!