Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Three Brands, Three Favourites

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I saw this tag a little while ago on Shona's Blog and i thought it was a really good post idea. It's really interesting to see what brands people consider their favourites as i personally love different brands for different reasons, as i think most brands have their own different strengths. So i thought it'd be interesting to share with you three brands i really like and three favourite products from each brand.

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Bourjois is a brand that I've only really delved into within the last 12 months and it has definitely impressed me. Bourjois are a fantastic brand to look to when it comes to bronzer as they never fail to impress; the 'Bourjois Chocolate Bronzer' is possibly one of my all time favourite bronzers, it's great for contouring or for just bronzing up the face and adding some colour and the colour is perfect for my fair complexion.

Another bronzing alternative from the brand is the 'Bourjois Bronzing Primer', so technically it is a primer for bronzer but i personally like to use this as a cream bronzer. Despite looking insanely dark in the pot it blends into the skin really effortlessly and it looks really nice and natural - and both of these bronzing products smell incredible.

My last favourite from this brand is the 'Bourjois Colour Boost Lip Crayon in Orange Punch'; it's a nice glossy lip product that feels really moisturising on the lips, it has great colour pay off and this colour is just beautiful, it applies more of a peachy orange and isn't as bold as you think it might be, it is the perfect colour for spring/summer!

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Benefit is a brand that I've loved ever since my interest in make up started to grow; they have a wide range of amazing products and their quirky packaging draws me in every time. One of the very first items i purchased from Benefit was the 'Bella Bamba' blush and it still remains a firm favourite, it's quite a bright pink but it looks so nice on the cheeks and the built in highlight adds dimension to the face.  - it's such a beautiful blush and i love wearing it!

I've dabbled with many highlighters but the one i always make my way back to is 'Benefit High Beam' it took me a while to get to grips with it and finds ways to make it work for me but it's one of my favourite highlighters to use; it's a pink based highlighter which i find works better for me as it's less harsh again my skin tone and the glow looks much more natural!

My third favourite from this brand is probably no surprise 'Benefit They're Real Mascara' i adore this mascara and the results it gives my lashes; it leaves my lashes so long and the little ball shape at the end of the wand is perfect for separating them too. I've gone through a couple of these and its a mascara i will continue to repurchase as i just love it.

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Mac is a brand that I've always had a soft spot for; it's may not be one i buy from often but it is definitely one i go back to time and time again. It was once the must-have brand amongst bloggers but now i feel it has almost been outgrown by some as they've discovered even bigger brands. 'Mac Paint Pot in Painterly' is a product that i never knew i would love as much as i did, it's one id always been keen on trying but it never occurred to me just how much id love it. It's the perfect base product whether its be worn under eyeshadows or even just to be worn alone!

'Mac Eyeshadow in Satin Taupe' is another favourite of mine and it's a eyeshadow that i go back to time and time again; it's such a beautiful and pigmented taupe shade and it a staple shade for anyone's collection. It's a great colour to wear in the crease to compliment a more lighter shade but it's also a really lovely colour to wear alone too!

My final product favourite from Mac is of course their lipsticks. In particular, 'Mac Lipstick in Creme Cup' - it's the perfect everyday pink nude shade, it compliments any eye look and its great to wear for both day or night. If there was one shade i would recommend getting from their lipsticks it would be this one as it's such a staple shade that would suit everyone.

 So those are my three favourites from three different brands! What are some of your favourite brands/products?

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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Review | Monu Instant Radiance Brightening Boost

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Monu Brightening Boost* | RRP £22.50 Link

Monu Skincare is a brand that is committed to creating unique and naturally pure beauty products. They are a brand who believe in using natural resources and utilise the special properties of natural ingredients like plants, herbs, minerals and oils. I've tried a few items from Monu before; in particular my favourite one is the Monu Calming Cream (review here) which works an absolute treat for calming the redness in my skin especially when i have blemishes, it makes it easier for me to cover them up! So when i got the opportunity to try out a Monu Product, i pretty much jumped at the chance!

The product i received was the Monu Brightening Boost*  and on first impression i loved the packaging; i don't know what it is about it but i just think it's really nice, it's almost has like a frosted glass effect to it and it just looks a little more luxurious. It's quite a slim bottle so it'd be really handy to take travelling with you or to take on the go. The first thing i saw on this product was that it's for 'Mature and Sun Damaged Skin' which instantly put me off a little as at 23 i don't want to be thinking of my skin as mature but i overlooked that and took into consideration that it is also for sun damaged skin which affects everyone.

On reading about it on the website I've discovered I've actually been using it wrong as you are supposed to use it underneath your moisturiser whereas I've been applying it after that - I'm such an idiot. Thankfully, Ive still noticed quite positive results with this so i don't think it's going to affect how it works too much but ill definitely try it the other way and let you know. The brightening boost promises to revitalise the complexion, smooth surface imperfections and plump the skin to give a more youthful and fresh appearance. It's also claims to combat signs of premature ageing resulting in a hydrated and brighter complexion.

Obviously, i can't comment on how well it helps with ageing skin but for everything else this product is pretty darn good; it's product that is suitable for all skin types and this leaves my skin feeling really fresh and hydrated, after using it my skin looks plump and healthy and it really does brighten up the complexion, it leaves my skin with a really healthy looking glow. Ive found myself skipping out highlighter in my make up routine because with this underneath my foundation i don't need it, this gives me enough of a natural glow.

This has become a bit of a make up bag essential for me and i take it out with me so whenever my skin is looking a little dull or it needs a bit of a boost i apply a bit of this and it instantly brightens up my skin! I was a little put off at first when i read it was for 'mature skin' as i wasn't sure it could offer me anything but it's definitely proved me wrong, I'm so impressed with this product and i love the results it gives me!

Have you tried any products from Monu?

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Friday, 18 April 2014

Review | Lush Emotional Brilliance Make Up in Sophisticated

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Lush released their Emotional Brilliance range quite some time ago now and whilst a few items did catch my eye, i never bothered to go out and try it. I'm sure you're familiar with the purpose of the range but if not the idea is that the make up is worn based on your emotions - in store they have a wheel that you can get a personal reading from in which you select three colours that you are most drawn to and these uncover a certain word/emotion that reveals a little bit about you or your current state of mind. Each emotion is the shade name of a product so it's all about wearing colours that reflect your mood.

I have the Sophisticated Cream Eyeshadow* as mine was given to me in a goody bag i didn't get to choose my shade based on a personal reading it was just given at random so the emotion it's based on is pretty irrelevant as i think it's quite a stretch to call me sophisticated! However, the shade itself is right up my street - Sophisticated is a shimmering taupe shade; it's a really beautiful colour and as you may know I'm a sucker for neutral shades like this.

All their products are packaged in these small glass bottles which i really like; it's not the most practical because it would be more likely to smash if you dropped it but aesthetically it's very pleasing, i also think the simplicity of it all and the added tag around the lid gives it a handmade kind of feel to it. This has a doe foot applicator (i think all their products do?) which makes it super easy when applying the product to the lid.

As it's a cream it literally just glides across the lid and it blends out really easily; the pigmentation is really good as you can see from the swatch above that is literally just one sweep across the hand. This is one of those products that you can make work for you - it's a great everyday colour and it can also be made more intense for an evening look too. My personal favourite way to wear this is to use a big fluffy brush and blend it out so it gives the lid a wash of colour - pair it with mascara and tightline with eyeliner you have an instant edgy eye look, as it's only a wash of colour the shade isn't as intense as it looks in the bottle it's a bit more subtle but i really like how it looks and its such an easy look to create. You could just apply this to the lid and layer it up to get a more intense colour if you'd prefer that but remember to use it sparingly, a little bit does go a long way - i literally only need a small dot on each lid to get the look i like.

The staying power of this product is its only downfall; it does last well don't get me wrong but i find that it starts to wear thin and crease after a while (about 5-6 hours) - i don't know whether that's because i only apply a small wash of it to the lids but compared to other cream shadows I've use the staying power isn't as good but if I'm being honest i wouldn't let it put you off too much.

If i hadn't received this in my goody bag i probably wouldn't have ever tried it because the range is quite pricey but i do actually really like this and I've really been enjoying wearing it especially when I've got to hurry and do my make up quickly (this has happened to me a lot lately) it's the perfect way to get a nice eye look that looks like you've spent some time on it but its taken quite minimal effort.

Have you tried any products from the Lush Emotional Brilliance range?

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Thursday, 17 April 2014

Review | Beauty UK Blush in Upper East Side

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Beauty UK is a brand i rarely shop at, i don't really even know why but its one stand i always find myself bypassing but recently i got the opportunity to try out the Beauty UK Blush in Upper East Side* after receiving it in a goody bag from an event i attended!

I wasn't sure of the price for this blush but google informs me that they retail for £2.99 so it's very affordable and i believe most product from Beauty UK are a very budget friendly which is always good especially for those of us who may be on a bit of a tighter budget.

It's quite hard to describe this shade because i feel like 'Upper East Side' reminds me a little bit of Sleek's Rose Gold Blush but at the same time i think the rose shade looks darker and the gold is more subtle - in terms of pigmentation this blush doesn't have a great colour pay off, if you are someone who likes a more bold and intense blush you won't be impressed with this product but for me personally i find this blush a great option to wear when i want to go for a more bronze look because the colour is really subtle but still gives a hint of colour and not only that the shimmer in it actually acts a really nice highlight giving a lovely subtle glow to the cheeks. The lasting power on this isn't amazing; id say it lasts for about a few hours so it's not a great option for those who need their make up to last for long days.

If I'm being really nit picky about things; i think the packaging isn't all that great, i imagine it'd be the type that would break quite easily and it's just generally quite plain. You do get a little brush inside which is handy, i personally don't use it as i prefer using my other brushes but it's handy if you take it out with you.

Despite how negative i feel like this post is starting to sound; i do actually like this blush, it's a great option to wear with a bronzer - i don't like to wear really bright or bold blush if I'm going for a more bronzed look as i personally feel it looks to overdone whereas this with this blush it adds such a subtle colour to the cheeks and as i mentioned the shimmer gives a really nice glow and highlight to the cheeks.

Have you tried any Beauty UK Blushes?

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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

My Current Hair Styling Picks

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I've actually scheduled this post because by the time you are reading this i should hopefully be sat in the pub with some of my lovely friends having some birthday drinks - yes, i turned the grand old age of 23 today - it scares me a great deal how quick birthdays come by; i may have turned 23 but i still feel about 18/19! Anyways...

Haircare is not something i often post about but i am trying to include it a lot more into my blog; as I've been going out a lot more lately (yay, i have a social life) I've been styling my hair a lot and using a lot more styling products so i thought I'd share with you the four hair styling products I've been reaching for the most.

Percy & Reed No Fuss Flawlessness Dry Conditioner
This product is the perfect partner to Dry Shampoo; where that freshens up and adds texture to your hair this adds some softness and shine into the hair. I don't think its an essential must have product to have but i have been enjoying using this as it gives a nice shine to my hair which is turn makes it looks quite healthy.

L'Oreal Studio Line #TXT Volume Supersizing Spray
This product is a bit hit and miss which probably seems quite odd seeing as I've featured it in this post - in terms of volumising the hair it doesn't really do as much as I'd expect it too, it does give a bit of lift but it's very minimal - it does make me wonder if I'm using it wrong? However this is a really great product to use to add texture into the hair, whenever i have my hair down or even in a half up do i use this and it gives a bit of life to the hair and stops it from look really flat or lank. I really like that you can't feel the product in your hair, being a texture spray i half expected it to leave my hair feeling quite matted but that is not the case at all.
Paul Mitchell ExpessDry Dry Wash
This is possibly my favourite product out of the four - i use dry shampoo's all the time and everyone tends to leave my hair with white patches which is an absolutely pain, however this dry wash doesn't transfer any colour over so i can spray to my hearts content without worrying that it'll turn white. It's great for freshening up the hair and adding a bit of texture too, I'm pretty much in love with this product and I'm genuinely considering buying the full size of it.

OSiS+ Session Finish Extreme Hold Hairspray*
I've always been a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to hairspray and don't really splash out on it as i always believed they do the same job however this has changed my opinion completely. This is only a sample sized one but it comes in the cutest little case and its the perfect handbag size, I've taken this out on days out, nights out etc... and its just so handy to have. It holds my hair really well and i love that it doesn't leave my hair feeling gross or sticky, even if i spray too much it still feels like normal hair. This is another one that I'm considering buying the full size of!

What products have you been using to style your hair?

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Monday, 14 April 2014

Wishlist | 2014 High End Beauty Wishlist

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This probably should have been posted at the start of the year but i didn't really have the idea to do it back then - it's my 2014 High End beauty wishlist; i don't know about you but i have a selection of make up product i really want but just never really get round to buying so i thought I'd show you some of those items and then towards the end of the year ill do another post seeing how many of those items i ended up purchasing. As i am still on a 'kind of make up ban' buying these is an exception because these are products that i really want and I'm still going to stop myself from buying other products that aren't necessary.

Nars 'Laguna' Bronzer
This is such a cult beauty item and it's been on my wishlist for a while, even more so since my little bronzer phase took place. I don't think I've ever heard anyone say a negative thing about Laguna the only thing that i think has prevented me from buying it is the price because it is very expensive.

Benefit Gimme Brow
Again, I'm always hearing really good things about it and i use the Maybelline Brow Drama which is a very similar product but you get less of a colour payoff with the Maybelline one so i want to try the Benefit one to see how it differs.

Mac Russian Red Lipstick
I love a red lip and i really like this shade of red by Mac - it's quite a deep red and although i don't really need another red lipstick but I'm finding myself really drawn to this shade. I'm also quite drawn to Lady Danger too so i may get one or the other, or i may go crazy and try and get both!

Nars 'Sin' Blush
This is another product that has been on my wishlist for quite some time but I've never gotten round to buying it. I love the look of this blush as its quite an unusual shade, it looks like its almost purple but i think it'll give a really beautiful colour to the cheeks and i really want to try it.

Mac Eyeshadow in Naked Lunch
I have 3 spaces in my Mac quad palette so i want to get some more of their eyeshadows to fill it up and i also want to try and create the perfect quad for me. Naked Lunch is the perfect base/all over the lid shade and i think this would be great to wear alone with a bold lip or paired with some other shades like Satin Taupe to create a really intense eye. Its one of those shades that just an all round great shade.

Benefit Big Easy Multi Balancing Complexion Perfector
I don't really know why I'm drawn to this product or what is making me want it - possibly because I've read a lot of review on it quite recently so I've added it to my wishlist anyway! I want a really quick and easy base for summer that will give me light coverage without feeling heavy so maybe it could be this?

Anastasia Brow Wiz
Another cult product that I'm slowly falling for the hype of. Ive found myself more interested in filling in and grooming my bows and everyone is always raving about this and how amazing is it so i want to try it too!

Nars Creamy Concealer
I'm finding it really difficult to find a concealer that I'm completely happy with - i do have some that work but I'm still always wanting more from them. I really want to try this Nars concealer mostly because Essiebutton herself said it was really good but Ive also read many others that really rate it so maybe this could be the one.

Mac Eyeshadow in All That Glitters
Another shade i want to add to my quad; this is another well known shade from Mac. It's a shimmery pink shade which again is quite a versatile colour that could be worn alone or paired with others to be more intense and it would also be a good inner corner highlight so i feel this would be a good staple shade to have in my quad.

Nars Tinted Moisturiser
It seems kind of daft having both this and the benefit one in my wishlist but I've also read a few reviews on this too and it sounds really good - one review i read went as far as to says it was the perfect base product for her so that has obviously made me want it. Ive only tried one Nars product so that why i have a quite a few featured on my wishlist.

So that is what is on my 2014 beauty wishlist - it's definitely going to be interesting to see whether by the end of the year i have bought any of them.

What beauty products are on your wishlist?

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Sunday, 13 April 2014

Tag | Blogger Firsts Beauty Edition

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I'm struggling for posts a little bit at the moment because I'm finding it difficult to get photos at the moment as I'm mid decorating so as you can imagine my room is all out of place and my things are just everywhere and not only that I've found myself being a little busy bee lately - who have thought it, ey? Anyways, i didn't want to neglect my blog completely so I've got a little beauty tag for you! It's the Blogger Firsts Beauty Edition tag that was created by Jess from Dungarees and Donuts!

The first brand you found out about due to blogging? 
I watched youtube and read blogs for a few years before i started my blog so i was familiar with a lot of brands when i came to start my own blog but years ago when i first discovered youtube and blogs i had no idea about brands like Mac and Benefit etc..

The first youtube tutorial you watched and attempted? 
I watch loads of tutorials on youtube but i very rarely recreate them, the only one i did try to recreate was by Alixx from I Covet Thee and it was a video on how she liked to wear the Urban Decay Naked Basics palette.

The first high end item you bought? 
I can't remember the exact first one i think it may have been Mac Lipstick in Snob!

The first product you regret buying? 
It was the Barry M Lipstick in 101 Marshmellow; id seen a youtube rave about it and for some reason i found myself going out and purchasing it. It's the palest pink shade so much so that it almost borders on being white and as you can imagine it made me look ill and it was just a very unflattering shade so i don't know what possessed me to go and pick it up.

The first product you repurchased? 
I constantly repurchased the Collection Extreme 24 Hour Felt Tip Liner and I've repurchased Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation and also, Hydraluron!

The first product you reviewed on your blog? 
The very first review i did was a part of a 30 day challenge that i decided to do and it was of the Barry M Wink Eyeliner - it's quite a terrible review, with a bad photo and very brief so i hadn't reviewed it so well. It's interesting to see how different my posts are now from then and it makes me feel so good that i know it's improved a lot.

The first product you bought due to a blogger review?
I believe it was both Mac Studio Fix Foundation and also Mac Creme Blush in Ladyblush

Do you still use any of your first blogger make-up purchases? 
Yes i do, probably not as much as i did when i first got them because my collection has grown a little out of control since then but i still use some.

I'm not going to tag anyone specific to do this, but if you'd like to then feel free to do so!
What are some of your blogger firsts?

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Thursday, 10 April 2014

My Make Up Bag Essentials

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Most of us girls like to carry a make up bag around with us for touch ups throughout the day and generally so we can be prepared for any situations that may arise; normally I'm one of these girls however the unthinkable happened to me on Tuesday - i didn't bother taking my make up bag with me to work and at the end of my shift i ended up going out for tea very last minute, so not only did i feel horrid being in the clothes id worn all day - might i add i went for a more comfy casual look too - my make up had pretty much slipped off my face, eyeliner had gathered under my eyes and my blemishes were poking through and i looked absolutely terrible. Safe to say i will not be making that mistake again; however it did give me an idea for this post! I don't know about you but in my make up bag as well as putting in the products that I'm wearing that day, i have a selection of products that remain in there regardless; products that are not only essential but that can also spruce up a look at a moments notice.

Oh, if you're interested my make up bag is originally from Next but i picked it up from a charity shop as its the perfect size; it doesn't take up loads of space but its big enough to fit in everything i need - i also really like that its like a PVC/plastic type material as its really easy to clean.

Revlon Colourburst Lip Butter in Candy Apple
I've mentioned this product so many times so this being an essential won't surprise you; it's one of my all time favourite lip products and i love everything about it from the formula, the shade and the finish. As it's a lip butter its really moisturising on the lips and It's such an easy shade to wear and its the perfect way to dress up any make up look for both day and night. So i like to keep this in my make up bag at all times because its such a versatile lip product and i just love it.

MaxFactor Excess Intensity Eyeliner in Charcoal*
I find eyeliner one of the easiest ways to dress up your make up as it instantly makes it more intense; i mainly only pencil eyeliner in the tightline as it's a great way to make your lashes appear fuller but it also gives your make up a really edgy look to it. Having an black eyeliner in my make up bag means i can instantly transform my make up from the very natural look i wear for work to something more intense, whether it be tightlining or just general applying it close to the lash line and smudging it out to give a more intense smokey eye look. I always feel much more dressed up when I'm wearing eyeliner so this is definitely an essential for me. This eyeliner is really great quality as its really creamy so it just glides along the skin and it's excellent at staying in place, i find it barely smudges on me.

Mac Eyeshadow in Satin Taupe
This is the only eyeshadow i actually take with me in my make up bag; it's such a gorgeous shade and i love using this to give a wash of colour over the lid and paired with the eyeliner it can create a really gorgeous edgy eye look without requiring too much effort or going too overboard. Satin Taupe is also a really great crease colour; i don't always wear eyeshadow during the day but if i do its usually a really light neutral shade (such as UD Sin or Rimmel Punchy Taupe) so Satin taupe would work really well with in the crease with those to transform the make up too. Mac have such good quality eyeshadows; they're long lasting and have really good payoff too.

Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer in Ivory
This is my current go to concealer; i use this everyday for both under the eyes and for blemishes so this is definitely something i like to take with me in my make up bag. At the moment my chin has gained some constant residents and they are not very attractive to look at so i like to have my concealer with me for frequent touch ups. I really like this concealer so much so I've almost used it all up; it gives a really good coverage and i love that it works for both under eyes and my blemishes. As it's a part of the wake me up line you'd think the brightening properties wouldn't work well with blemishes and highlight them rather than covering but this doesn't do that, it works well at covering them. This paired with my RT Contour Brush is my little dream team at the moment.

Maybelline Brow Drama in Dark Brown
Ideally, for an evening or when I'm wanting a more 'dressed up' make up look i prefer to fill in my eyebrows with my HD Brow Kit but the Maybelline Brow Drama is a great quick fix to groom the brows and neaten them up. In terms of adding colour and filling them in this isn't a great option as the payoff is quite minimal. However, for grooming and setting brows this is brilliant as it really does last all day. It's really quick and easy to use so its great way to tidy up your brows on the go.

Benefit Get Even Face Powder
I always think powder is quite a boring product; i don't ever go crazy for powders and its probably one of the only products that i use from start to finish. However, i always carry a powder with me so i can remove any shine that appears in the day and to set my make up in place. Also, as i reapply my concealer frequently i like to use my powder to set that in place.

What are your make up bag essentials?

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