I have finally managed to get some decent photos of my finishing powders yesterday, I’ve tried taking them twice so far but the weather in London just didn’t want to cooperate in the past few weeks! These are my favourite face products, I use them all a lot and rotate depending on the effect I would like to achieve on a particular day. I hope you’ll enjoy the comparison photos and find them useful!
It’s about time I write a review about this beauty. This D&G illuminator was a love at first sight. Even though it was one of my typical impulse buys, months after the purchase I’m still very happy with it.
Émotion Joues Contraste has been released in the US about a year ago. It was released quietly and, as far as I know, it wasn’t a part of any collection. It is still available to purchase from nordstrom.com.
Pink Cult is a blush that will be repromoted as part of the MAC Artificially Wild Blushes collection. This collection will soon hit the counters and it will consist of three blushes. Next to Skin is a brand new shade, while Pink Cult and Taupe are repromotes.
There aren’t many products on the beauty market created specifically for contouring. There’s plenty of bronzers and blushes that you can get away with for this purpose, but on my very pale skin those don’t work very well most of the time. They either look too warm or too yellow or don’t have a matte finish.
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.
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.
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.
MAC recently released two-part limited edition collection which is a collaboration with Sharon Osbourne and her daughter Kelly. The collection is quite fun, bright and summery and proving to be popular in the UK. I’ve rushed the review to share this beautiful duo with you while you can still grab it.
Bare Nude is a shade from the Saint range by Lipstick Queen. It’s a sheer lipstick with 10% of pigment. It’s designed to moisturise and to give lips just a tint of colour. 10% doesn’t sound like much, but with its creamy formula this lipstick actually has a very decent coverage compared to other sheer lipsticks I’ve tried.