Tuesday, 26 May 2015

THE WISHLIST | TOM FORD





How beautiful is the Tom Ford packaging? I certainly cannot put it into words how much I love the design and compact of Tom Ford cosmetics! 

I have to admit as much as I love drugstore products and how affordable they are, the majority of products in the drugstores, whilst the may match quality they certainly do not match the packaging of high end, designer makeup.  I think that is what enables to buy so much high end makeup simply because it looks so pretty. I think I could look at designer packaging all day - oops!

As much as I want to purchase Tom Ford products, they are extortionate. A lipstick costs £37 and a foundation costs £62. I would love Tom ford to feature in my collection but the price is so off putting. Have any of you tried any Tom Ford Makeup? Is it worth the splurge? Let me know in the comments. 


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  1. The packaging is goals x I need that makeup but it's far too expensive :(:( let me know if you ever try them out because I really want to give it a go x

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    1. I know, it's so expensive but so nice!!! X

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  2. Oh my life, I thought you owed all this then! I nearly turned green with envy haha! I'd love to own anything Tom Ford! xo

    www.denajayne.blogspot.co.uk xo

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    1. I wish:(( thanks for commenting sweetie x

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  3. Oh the Tom Ford dream...
    It really is beautiful but it really is an outrageous price!
    I think I'd go for a lipstick first but at that price it might never happen!

    The Everyday Life of Rachel

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    1. I'm the same, I would opt for the lipstick first but it's so over priced:( x

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