(Honey Lust, Poppyseed, Quarry, Antiqued, Embark, Noir, Haux, Star Violet, Sketch)
Jo Malone in Wild Bluebell
After visiting the Jo Malone counter in Norwich I found myself leaning toward the scent Wild Bluebell, I didn’t buy it as it was so expensive (£42 for 30ml!) but luckily I received it as a birthday gift instead! It’s a lovely light floral fragrance which isn’t overpowering or strong; perfect for a first scent. Now it has become my daily fragrance and its running out so quickly I may have to buy myself another quite soon.
Revlon Highlighting Palette in Bronze Glow
For us pale lot most bronzers either make us look like an Oompa Loompa or like we’ve been in a mud bath yet Revlon’s highlighting in bronze glow gives the skin a lovely peachy glow which still gives a good contour without being too dark on the skin. In my opinion it’s a great dupe for the Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick!
Eco Tools Blush
Up until recently I have been using the Real Techniques Blush Brush, but after using it for a couple of years I started looking for an upgrade. I had seen a couple of really positive reviews of the Eco Tools Blush Brush so I decided to go ahead and buy it, and golly gosh is it amazing! The brush itself is so soft on the skin and gives a lovely gradual colour on the cheeks.
M.A.C Lipsticks – Kinda Sexy, Crosswires, See Sheer
Suddenly my new obsession has become M.A.C lipsticks I feel like I Gotta Catch Em All! (name that reference!) Some of my newest purchases have been…
Kinda Sexy – A lighter/pink version of Velvet Teddy, like Velvet Teddy it’s a perfect matte nude.
Crosswires – A gift from Ben, Crosswires is a creamsheen in a gorgeous bold coral colour, however the coral is not amplified so it’s not too bright for those afraid of a bold lip. A lovely summer shade!
See Sheer – My favourite of all, See Sheer was my first lustre finish lipstick from M.A.C it’s a build-able colour which can either give a rosy warm tint to the lips or produce a muted red lip.