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Joan Collins compact duo review

Hey lovelies, 

I have tried a few things now from Joan Collins beauty, from bath salts to the Divine lipsticks which I love might I add, so when I got the opportunity to try the compact duo*, I had high hopes.

So what is the Compact duo*, firstly it's a stunning gold compact, with a good sized mirror inside, great for touch ups on the go, inside the compact, is a gorgeous silky soft powder, a powder applicator and your choice of lipstick. I love that you get to choose which lip colour, and you can also switch this up anytime as any of the divine lipsticks fit in the compact. So whether you're on a girls night out or you're at a Summer wedding, this compact has got your makeup needs covered, and it looks pretty stylish in your clutch bag to boot.

The lipstick I have is Suzy Starr, which might I add is a pretty cool name, the formula of these lipsticks like I mentioned in my last review is lush, super moisterising and hydrating and still managing to be really pigmented, they really are great lipsticks.

I am so glad I have this stunning compact to pop in my handbag, I would 100% recommend, as the quality of the Joan Collins products I have tried have been second to none.

You can check out my divine lipsticks review here and the bath salts here, if you missed them.

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