Friday, 18 April 2014

As some of you may already know that i have moved my blog from blogger to word press, just because i was getting my blog designed and changed.

I thought id make it easy for you to move over to my new blog and leave a link here to make sure you go check it out!


Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Sitting down at my dressing table each morning always leads to me grabbing the same make-up items. Its not because they are particularly my favourite pieces from my collection, I purely find it easier to grab the same items.

The first product I go to is the L'Oreal Paris Lumi Magique Primer which is £9.99 to buy so a steal really for a primer which gives your skin a lovely, healthy looking glow. I have been using this for a few weeks now when I feel like my skin needs that extra glow and I have been loving it! The foundation I have been using lately is the Bourjois 123 Perfect Foundation which retails at £10.99. I have been loving this foundation recently, although I don't really suffer from bad pigmentation I found that it really evened out my skin tone. Next I conceal my under eyes using a combination of Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer which is around £3.99 and the Maybelline Eraser Eye Concealer Light which retails at £7.99. I place the Collection concealer in a V under my eyes and use the other to fill in the gap. I also using the Collection Lasting Perfection as a concealer for any blemishes I may have. To set all my base make-up I use the Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder retailing at £3.99,i brush this round my face just to set it all in place.

Then its onto my eyes, I prime with the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion which costs £11.99 to buy, I am just using the tester size. I then use the Urban Decay Naked Palette, retailing at £37.00 which you may be thinking is a lot for an eye shadow pallet but it is one of the best I have used. The colours are very natural and great to use on an everyday basis. To line my eyes I have been loving the Magic Liner in Engraved from Topshop which costs £6.50 and is worth every penny! The liner applies so smoothly and stay on all day. From my brows I have been using the brow zings from Benefit, I use the powder first to shape my brows then apply the wax to keep them in place throughout the day, this retails at £24.50. To define my brow bone I use the high brow also from Benefit which costs £15.50.

The final steps are to define and put a little bit colour into my face. I start with the Bourjois Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder Medium/Dark which costs £6.99. I use this as a contour colour and blend it into my cheek bones, around the top and bottom of me face. I then add a blush, I have been loving the CORALista from Benefit which is a box powder retailing at £23.50. I love the fresh colour this gives to my cheeks. To highlight I use the Topshop Glow Highlighter in Polish which is £9.00. This is a lovely cream highlighter which sparkles when the light hits it. To finish off the look I have been grabbing my L'Oreal Paris Color Riche Collection PrivĂ©e in the colour Julianne's Nude.

I have been loving this look for a nice natural finish and have been grabbing this items from my make-up collection for a few weeks now. You can also find a video of my Everyday Make-Up look on my youtube channel:

Monday, 14 April 2014

I was nominated by for the Liebster Award by michaelas choice and chloe wright writes, thankyou girls. I thought id just do a quick post nominating the blogs that I love to read and should definitely be read by more people. First here are the rules to this award:

1.Provide a link back to the blogger who nominated you. 
2.Post 11 random facts about yourself. 
3.Answer 11 random questions set by the blogger who nominated you.
4.Nominate 11 bloggers with under 200 followers for the award with 11 questions for them. 
5.Let the nominees know that you have nominated them.

11 Random Facts About Me
1. I love anything and everything about summer.
2. My all time favourite book is Gone Girl.
3.Is my favourite number.
4.I enjoy to bake cakes. (and maybe eat a little too much!)
5.My favourite cocktail is a Blue Hawaiian.
6.One day I want to tour Europe.
7.I am petrified of spiders!
8.The Notebook is one of my favourite films.
9.I hate tomatoes and feet.
10. When I don't have gel nails, I tend to paint my nails a different colour everyday.
11.I have an unhealthy obsession with anything stationary.
11 Questions
1. If you could transform into an animal, which would it be?
I would have to choose a Penguin, its one of my favourite animals!
There walk makes me laugh so much and I also love the colour of them.
2.Your house is on fire, your pets and family are safe. What one item would you save?
Phone. I couldn't live without my phone, its in my hand or on me all of the day,
I would be totally lost without it.
3.What is your oldest memory?
The oldest thing I can remember is my first day of reception and being
given a picture of a carrot to stick above my peg to remind me
which one was mine. (Stupid, I know!)
4.Would you rather party or chill?
I found this one particularly difficult, I love to get ready for a party but
i'd much rather chill in the house with lots of food and wine.
5.If you could go to any age what would it be?
I would stay at the age of 18, you have the choice of what you want to do
but not the full responsibility of being an older adult.
6.You wake up and discover your a ninja, what do you do next?
I'd probably snap a piece of wood in half with my hand, like you
see them do on movies.
7.You need some me time, what do you do?
Run a hot bubble bath, light my favourite candles, apply a face mask
and read a book.
8.What do you consider a prefect day?
I could write a whole blog post on what I would consider the perfect day!
So I'll just sum it up, id have a walk along the beach then a huge
shopping spree. Next I would spend my evening in a spa.
9.If you could own one store what would it be?
Most definitely a shop full of all sorts of make-up brands, ranging
from high-end to drug-store.
10.Favorite season?
Summer, I love the fun outfits you can wear and the bright colours!
And of course its my birthday!
11.Why did you start to blog?
I had been reading blogs for about 4 years and always wanted to start my
own. I never had the guts to start it as I was worried people wouldn't
read it. One day I was sat bored in my room and decided to take the plunge
and thought that even if people didn't read it I would enjoy writing it.
The 11 people I nominate are:
My 11 questions for you are...
1.What is the craziest/strangest thing you have ever done?
2.If you could only drink one thing for the rest of your life what would it be?
3.What is your favourite book?
4.If you could only carry one make-up product around with you what would it be?
5.You are stranded in the north pole, which three items do you take from your bedroom?
6.If you could be one bread of dog which would it be?
7.What would you do to relax?
8.What is your favourite make-up brand?
9.What would you rather wear a dress or top and trousers?
10.Heels or flats?
11.What is your favourite flavour of crisps?
Enjoy girls!




Saturday, 12 April 2014

I bought this a few weeks ago now but I've been wanting to write a review on it for a while as i have been unsure of what to think of the product. I was so excited when i was stood in boots and saw this product on the shelf after trying to get my hands on it for weeks, but i finally managed to get my paws on it.  Eyebrows are something i have never been good at getting right so i thought the idea behind Maybellines BROWdrama would really help me to get a perfect shape but also the right amount of colour in my brows as id like. I wanted to give this product a few weeks before writing a post, just to make sure i had the perfect explanation and experience with it before telling you.

On a normal trip to boots or superdrug i am forever looking out for funky/fun names that jump out to me that ill grab and drop it into my basket. For this product i felt i could relate due to its name, BROWdrama, this is because of the massive drama i have with creating the right look with my brows! This made me want to drop this straight into my basket.

Bright colours, funky design and a bold title is what i would normally be drawn to in a beauty product but yet with this i wasn't. A plain black packaging with a white title is not what i want in the packaging of my beauty products. I wasn't impressed with the overall look of the BROWdrama on the shelf. Although i did buy it but more so for the product itself.

To start lets talk about the brush, the top of the brush is like a small ball moving down to a stick like brush. At first glance at the brush i thought it was going to make the application of the product easy and make it easy to create a gorgeous arch. Oh was i wrong. I found that the thick end of the brush made it a lot harder to shape my brows and rather than creating a nice shape made them look more like long stick across my eyes rather than a nice arch. Trying to use the smaller part of the brush caused great struggle. This part of the brush shouldn't even be on the applicator as you can't use it without making a brown mark else where on your face.
The colour was perfect to my eyebrows, i got mine in Dark Blond, having dark blondish hair always made it hard to find a perfect colour for my brows however this was literally the perfect colour. However, i couldn't get an even spread of the colour and the colour didn't really show well on my brows.
I also found that once i had applied the product it felt wet and didn't feel like it had dried until around 10/15 minutes after applying.
After around 3/4 hours i would find that i would have dark chunks of the product in my brow, which is obviously not the look i was aiming for.

My overall feeling of this product is that there are some really good aspects of this product although there are some major issues that i had with this product which would make me not buy this again. I was very disappointed with this and wish that this could have worked for me but unfortunatly this hasn't.

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