Charlotte Tilbury colour chameleon smoky emerald eye pencil

I can see why her products are so popular. She really knows make up but also knows how to make it easy for us to use. Yes, Charlotte Tilbury Colour Chameleon smoky emerald is just an eye pencil/shadow after all, but the consistency is such that it is soft on skin when applying, easily smudged so you can… View Post
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A primer to blur lines and illuminate skin – Emma Hardie protect & prime with SPF30

I love love love this primer from Emma Hardie. I have tried so, so, so, so many and finally can commit to this one. The amazing face protect & prime is the perfect base to use with my cover fx custom cover drops – they blend perfectly, and gives skin a radiant glow. The primer doesn’t absorb… View Post
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MAC mineralize skinfinish natural powder to set makeup – 15 shades

Finally, a face powder that doesn’t sit in all my creases! Thank you MAC for bringing out this mineralize skinfinish natural powder in 15 shades (yes 15!) so that I can satisfy my need to have a face powder that matches my skin tone exactly. I know, it’s a another MAC post, the second is… View Post
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MAC viva glam III matte lipstick – every penny donated to MAC AIDS fund

I love a MAC lippie – no matter which finish (matte, satin, lustre, cremesheen, glaze, etc), they seem to stay put on my lips, not dry them out, are in shades that are unexpected and modern, and aren’t ridiculously expensive (starting at £15.50 each). Viva Glam III is a matte lipstick used to raise money for MAC’s… View Post
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Gelish nourish cuticle oil – a winter warrior battling dry skin

More winter warriors in an unlikely companion – gelish nourish cuticle oil (I don’t use Gelish nail polish because I don’t like the sound of a polish that stays on nails for 21 days, but that’s a story for another day). Anyway, now that winter is truly here, my skin is dry, dry, dry. And my… View Post
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