Okay I'll admit it now, I bought these because of the brand name / packaging. It wouldn't be the first time I've been sucked in by hype and pretty things, but, I've actually been pleasantly surprised by the products behind the logo.
I saw these products when I had a look around the Jack Wills store in Bath. I was immediately drawn the lipsticks because of the lovely iconic stripes. The colour range wasn't huge, but a bright pink caught my eye and as I haven't got a really bright pink in my collection I persuaded myself that a purchase was needed. When I got to the counter I spotted there were also nail polishes, so naturally I had to snap one of those up too.
This is the lipstick in the shade 'hot pink'. The lipstick is really great quality. It's not an overly creamy lipstick, but it applies smoothly, the colour is strong and it lasts well. These are £9.50 each. I also quite licked the coral shade, but I couldn't really justify yet another coral lip product!
The nail polish I picked up is a really pale and cool hued nude shade and I chose it because it's not like anything else in my collection. The colour is called 'Blush' and this was £6. For such a pale coloured polish I was really impressed with the opacity - I was expecting to need three coats and to still be able to see my nail line, but I only needed two. This is a great polish for layering under glitters, which I've done a few times already as well as wearing it on its own. On the right of the picture below it's paired with OPI rainbow connection.
I can't say this is a make-up brand I'll keep going back to and buying from, unless they really extend their colour range. But, I am really happy with these two purchases. Although I was hooked by the brand and the packaging, I've ended up with two good quality products in fab colours which I will definitely use.
As far as I know you can get the make-up range in all Jack Wills stores or online (link).