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“Pad, roller or brush???”

published 05/07/2011

Quick coverage using the large pad, very easy to wash out, no splashes if used correctly

May not last as long as a roller or brush, didn't use the edging pads, not worth buying as a set

...various rooms in our house (and myself) in gloss & emulsion. As my husband has an aversion to decorating, he has been known to purchase various products to (allegedly) make painting easier/quicker. The Anza Solutions Paint Pad Set was the latest addition to this merry band of (largely discarded) products. We purchased ours from B&Q for just over £10 and the set included a paint try (roller tray...

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“Lip paint”

published 10/08/2014

nice colours

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...Paint your lips with this gorgeous lipstick from Barry M cosmetics. I am a big fan of Barry M cosmetics and own quite a few different products from their range. One of my favourite products is their lipstick which they call lip paint. According to their website, "there is a shade to suit every occasion from soft, shimmering pastels to bold, vibrant colours. All lip paints have a soft, smooth...

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Very affordable, set of 12, range of thicknesses, easy to use.

Thick bristles.

...First impressions Many years ago I used to do a lot of painting. I don't mean drawings or anything like that, I was never any good at that sort of thing. When I were very young I remember making a full chess set out of plaster of Paris, and I painted each of the pieces by hand. This is the sort of thing I am getting back into, though I am not going anywhere near the Airfix planes that I...

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