Mad Beauty Vintage Kellogg's Nail and Lip Care Products

Mad Beauty is a UK-based brand that specialises in making cosmetics fun. They have the cutest foot files, glosses, makeup brushes, pretty nail polishes, bags, lip balms, bath and body products and nail art supplies. Whatever I have tried so far is good quality, and the prices are reasonable.
I picked up a few of their products from Notting Hill way back last July, and thought I would show you their Kellogg's range first.

The Mad Beauty Kellogg's range displays a series of vintage Kellogg's advertisements.

 The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements.


I bought a lip balm, a mini emery board pack and a manicure set.
The manicure set costs £4.95 in-store. This is more of a keepsake - I don't use steel nail files but prefer emery boards.
 The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements.

 The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements.

The mini emery board pack, for £0.99 is seriously cute - like a vintage matchbook they used to leave in hotels. My Mum used to collect those matchbooks from around the world. These boards are handy to slip into a purse and are not too harsh on my brittle nails.
 The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements. The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements.

The lip balm, costing £2.95 in-store, is my favourite of the lot. It smells JUST like icing, tastes sweet and is incredibly creamy and lasts all night - my lips are still hydrated in the morning. At the same time, it isn't a greasy balm. Burt's Bees lip balms or this? This. EOS or this? Tie. Dr Smith Rosebud Salve or this? Dr Smith Rosebud Salve. 
 The Mad Beauty Kelloggs range displays a series of vintage Kelloggs advertisements.

Visit the Mad Beauty website here - I guarantee you will spend a LOT of time looking at those things. They ship worldwide at reasonable costs, so you might find some whimsical Valentine's Day prezzies for someone special.

Are you a sucker for cute packaging? Or do you prefer your beauty products to look staid? Or, like me, do you buy BOTH? Tell me in the Disqus comments widget below.


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