When it comes to bronzers, Guerlain is THE brand to go for. Their Terracotta range has become a synonym for the sun kissed look – it offers a wide range of shades and finishes. As someone with fair, cool-to-neutral toned complexion I opted for the lightest shade of the Terracotta Light Sheer Bronzing Powders – Blondes 02.
I’ve been dreading the thought of this review for a while – it’s never fun to write a negative review. Unfortunately, I don’t have anything positive to say about these two products from Nars, so I’ll keep it short.
#9 Fuchsia Intemporel is a shade from the YSL permanent range of nail polishes. It’s a mid-tone fuchsia with strong red undertone. In my nail polish collection, this one has a special place as the most noticed and complimented one.
I’m sure many of you are familiar with the micellar water solutions. They took beauty industry by storm a few years ago, and today almost every beauty brand on the market offers their own version of it.
The best thing about summer makeup is getting away with using just a few products to create a flawless look. Lately my daily makeup has been very simple as my skin feels and looks better when it’s warmer outside than during the winter. It doesn’t need as much coverage and colour to make it look healthy.
Warmer days are here, and with them a need for products that will cool us down and refresh. Clinique Sparkle Skin Body Exfoliating Cream is one of those products.
Pearl Grey is a shade from Burberry’s permanent eyeshadow range. It’s a medium toned grey with a tint of blue. As the name suggests, it has a subtle pearl finish and a sheer texture.
I’ve been on a quest for a good eye cream for ages. Even though I’ve tried a number of products from low to a high price range I couldn’t find the one that really worked for me. My eye area is extremely sensitive and dry, so it’s very important to me that the eye cream really hydrates and that it doesn’t make my eyes puffy and watery. Who would think that this little eye cream from Origins would be a solution.