My recent L'Oreal Paris purchases!

Hello everyone! 
I've been so busy now I'm back to school, I have homework and coursework to do on top of things I have to do at home, such as helping with dinner, doing the washing up and visiting my elderly neighbour.
I am already exhausted and I've only been back to school for 3 days. To be honest with you, tea is keeping me going! A cup of tea seems to take my stresses away haha ;)

Anyway, at the weekend I had a little spend up, not massively, but more than I usually would. Also on a brand I've never actually ventured into buying - L'Oreal Paris! It's expensive, so I usually stare at its shiny-ness, then walk past it when I'm in Boots. However, I spotted a great deal so I decided I'd try it out.

What I bought:

L'Oreal Paris Infallible foundation in Porcelain £12.29
L'Oreal Paris Infallible Eyeliner £5.19

The most expensive foundation I've ever bought - I used to use Bourjois 10 Hour Sleep and then Flower Perfection. I love Bourjois foundations, so I thought the next one I'd buy would be Healthy Mix, but when I saw this offer I was persuaded to get this instead.

Also the most expensive eyeliner I've ever bought! However, I love how it's a twistable eyeliner and there's a smudger on one end.

I also picked up a Boots Advantage Card application form, something I've been meaning to do but just always forget to. It will be so useful, more freebies coming my way!

. . . . . . and the free gift! Nail It, Wing It, Gloss It.

It includes . . . . . .

Two nail polishes and a set of nail stickers which help you do patterns on your nails. I love the blue-ish grey and the popping pinky red - it's always good to have both neutrals and brights in your collection!

Liquid eyeliner - the applicator is fantastic and so easy to use!

Glam Shine lip gloss - I've wanted to try these for ages now, but the price tag on them steered me away. How lucky am I to get a free one in such a nice colour! The colour is unique, hints of different pinks and lots of shimmer and gloss. Also, the wand is unique and really good at getting the best amount of product on it.

True Match foundation sample - Might be too dark for me, so I'll probably give this away to someone.

I think Nude Magique is a BB cream, so I thought this would be great, but it's in medium shade, probably too dark for my pale skin!

You also get a little leaflet with tips on how to use the products which is extra useful.

The whole free gift package would have cost me £24
I paid £17.48 for the foundation and eyeliner, so imagine if I'd have had to pay for the rest! Just over £40! I would never have paid the full price for all of this.
I think I got a great bargain, I'd really recommend this.

Have you taken advantage of this offer in Boots yet?
Have you tried any of these products?

If you want me to review any of these individually, just say so in the comments and I'll get round to it! I'm also planning a "What's in my school bag" post soon so look out for it if you're interested. 
Thanks for reading!

M :)