I’ve been testing out the Bourjois Healthy Balance Powder (£8.99 @ Boots) for over a week now and I have to say I’m pretty happy with its performance. I’ve recently started a job in coffee shop and this stuff holds my makeup pretty much together throughout.
Yesterday I went into Boots, had a swatch of the much raved about L’oreal Colour Riche L’0mbre Pure Mono Eyeshadow‘s and I just couldn’t resist their creamy goodness.
Today I’m sharing with you guys a wishlist of the Cult products that I haven’t yet got in my collection. Of course with this I’d love to hear any opinions you guys have on these since I’m sure a lot of you have tried them all!
Now I know this looks like a lot of products and kind of contradictory to the title but believe me this is is still a much more minimal routine than I would usually use and I have included the tools I use as well.
Over a long time of using makeup brushes I have, of course found multiple uses for each of them. Today I thought I’d share my uses for each of them. These are the ones that I use most and are the more affordable of the bunch.
I’ve had this large paddle brush since I can remember and it did it’s job but of course I got sucked into the Tangle Teezer (£7.80 @ Beauty Bay) hype a few years back and abandoned it somewhere in my wardrobe.
Today I’m sharing with you my three current perfume favourites. I have worn a lot of perfumes over the years some of the ones I love include Gucci’s Premiere, Givenchy’s Very Irresistible and my teen fave Yves Saint Laurent’s Elle.
What with the heat of late I’ve been slimming down my skincare routine because frankly who wants to waste the day inside rubbing and exfoliating their face for hours on end?!
Today we have a kind of generic blogger type post but non the less I thought maybe some nosy parkers like moi would enjoy a look inside my handbag?, no, oh well here it is! :P
Other than using the Laura Mercier Silk Crème Foundation in a few looks I’ve shared on here I have barely touched it. This was for several reasons