Makeover Mondays- Chocolate Berry lip and eye

Chocolate Berry eyes and lips

This look is all about staying on trend, and berry makeup is perfect for the Christmas party season. Incorporating a bright lip with a smokey brown berry eye, creates a really warming complexion, and suits all skin tones.  Watch our tutorial to find out how to re-create this easy look in less than 10 minutes.


Round up of the Week: 10.11.13- 17.11.13

Most popular blog post of the week: Makeover Mondays- Natural Nude read here

Favourite product of the week: Lush: Dark Angels 

Quote of the week: "beauty the power by which a women charms a lover, and terrifies a husband."

Best moment: Coming home to see my boyfriend and family x

Favourite fellow blogger:  British Beauty Blogger read here

On my wishlist: Estee Lauder- Doublewear Foundation.

Tip of the week:  Keep your brushes clean, it will stop bacteria from spreading.

Song of the week: Destinys Child- Say My Name..

Best purchase: Essie: Nothing Else Metals

Instagram Photos of the Week:



So Lush, I kept it for myself....

I’ve slightly adopted the can’t stop won’t stop attitude to shopping, and seem to be finding amazing Christmas presents, getting them home and then deciding that I’ll keep them for myself!!  Sorry mummy but this post is all about your supposed lush stocking fillers, that I have adopted as my own, (woops.)

The Lush Dark Angel’s facial cleansing scrub is new to me, but I love any products that contain charcoal, I feel they remove any impurities and yucky oil from my skin! This is a fabulous scrub and leaves you feeling refreshed and clean. The natural ingredient list makes it perfect for my problematic skin. The only downside to this product is the mess it makes!! Because it’s basically soot, your bath, shower and sink are left covered in a layer of black scum, yuck!! So make sure you wipe the surfaces clean after use, otherwise your partner/flatmate/family might think you’ve been rolling in mud!

There is something extremely exciting about using this cleanser, the concept of rubbing black clay all over my face, creates a new dimension of fun to my skincare routine. Whilst being incredibly messy, the results are pretty impressive, improved oil balance, glowing skin, less blackheads and amazingly smooth skin!!
Another scrub comes in the form of Santa’s lip scrub….. Lush are known for creating really good lip scrubs, and although I've come to realise these are something that can be easily made at home with ingredients found in the kitchen, it didn't stop me buying this festive product. The strong smell of cola bottles has provided me with a real dilemma over whether or not it is acceptable to lick the scrub of my lips. I seem to do be doing this all the time, without little thought towards the fact I am eating a beauty product, (what has my life become).

This scrub is Ideal for this time of the year, when the cold weather creates havoc on our lips. This lip scrub will help keep lips smooth and soft, whilst prepping them for a Christmas bright red lip!
I may appear incredibly selfish for stealing my lovely mothers Christmas presents, but hey, great decision. I've found a scrub/cleanser I will definitely be re-buying and a tasty treat for when my sugar cravings get too much, what a result.

You can buy these products online here!
Let me know if you've bought a friend a Christmas present and kept it for yourself?

Have you tried these fab products?


Makeover Mondays- Natural Nude

Us ladies are often pushed for time, and although we want to look as stunning as possible, spending hours on makeup application isn't feasible.  This Perfect Nude tutorial will show you a quick and easy way to create an everyday makeup look. The most important products for this look are, Mac Eyeshadow in Uninterrupted, Bobbi Brown Powder in Golden Light 1 and No7 Precision Lip Pencil in nude. It really isn't necessary to go out and buy all of these products; you’ll probably find you have similar alternatives which are just as good. Stay tuned for next Monday when I will be showing you how to stay on trend with berry lips and eyes! See links below for stockists and more info on each product.
Products Used
Tru Ultimate deep cleanse  Buy here!
Tru Toning Treatment Buy Here!
Tru Holy Grail Facial Moisturiser Buy here!

Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid in Light Porcelain Buy here!
Bobbi Brown Powder in Golden Light 1 Buy Here!
Mac Mineralize Skin Finish in Soft & Gentle Buy here!
Bobbi Brown Blush in Apricot Buy here!
L’Oreal Super Liner Brow Artist Buy here!
Mac Eye shadow in Uninterrupted Buy here!
Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curlers Buy here!
BareMinerals Flawless Definition mascara Buy here!
Kevyn Aucoin Volume Mascara Buy here!

No7 Precision Lip Pencil in Nude Buy here
Dior Addict Ultra Gloss in Glow Buy here!
Topshop Lipstick in Nevada Buy here!

Let me know what you think of this look by commenting below!  To find out about the science behind your favorite beauty products head to Beauty by the Geeks!

Round up of the Week: 3.11.13 - 10.11.13

Most popular blog post of the week: Tru Beauty

Favourite product of the week: Essie Nail polish in Nothing Else Metals

Quote of the week: "I believe that all women are pretty without makeup, but that the right makeup can make a women pretty powerful"

Best moment:  Walking at the Love Niche bloggers event in fabulous clothes!!

Favourite fellow blogger:  Tanya Burr read her blog here!

On my wishlist: Lush -  Christmas Lip scrub.

Tip of the week:  Spice up your everyday hair with fun wave creators.

Song of the week: Selena Gomez-Come and Get it.

Best purchase: My boyfriends birthday present!! shhh it's a surprise.....

Instagram Photos of the Week:


Feeling Festive...

This Christmas.... The POWER CLUTCH is the number 1 accessory, NOTHING ELSE METALS and remember SIZE MATTERS!!!

Lost? well Power Clutch, Nothing Else Metals and Size Matters are three fabulous Essie nail polishes that I've been wearing this week!! These polishes are actually all from past seasons, however they are still bang on trend. I've had a seriously festive inspired week, finding it difficult to get the "c" word out of my head. When I saw these three shades, I immediately thought they would be perfect for Christmas presents, or better still to keep for yourself and wear over the Christmas period!!

The Power Clutch is the ultimate accessory for this winter... in fact forget the jewelry, simply look fashion forward with this stunning grey/green shade. It's guaranteed to get you noticed. Buy online here.
 Us girls all know that Size Matters.... This beautifu,l hot ruby red polish, will help snag you the biggest fish in the sea!! Wear it to your Christmas party and smolder!!Buy online here!

Finally a metallic silver with a strong pigment!!! Nothing Else Metals is a fantastic silver shade that screams "i'm sooo cool"! Very festive, think I'll be saving this for a snow day.

Let Me know what you think of these shades?
They are all in the sale at the moment so snap them up before Christmas!!


Riding the Waves

Girls, if you have naturally wavy hair and have straightened your hair in the last day or so, shame on you!!! I would kill for curly hair, having dead straight hair has become a sad part of my life, stemming from over exposing my mane to dye and heat. My hair is now lifeless and, well, dead straight!!

I’m always searching for new tools to create exciting curls/waves that will add volume and life to my tresses; recently I’ve been trying  a tool by Babyliss, which creates a loose crimped look! I know what you are thinking; I too rocked the tightly crimped hair at school and regret the decisions, massively! Do not fear this will look completely different, although the crimped look has recently come back into fashion, surprisingly!!

 Directions for use

1.       Wash your hair with volumizing moisture shampoo and conditioner, I recommend shampooing twice to make sure you hair is full of volume and not product build-up. I’m currently using Redkin Clear Moisture, which helps my hair lock in moisture, (much needed now the weather is getting colder.) It’s best to style your hair a day or so after your last wash- this way it will stay put for longer.

2.       After washing, Spritz your damp hair with a leave in conditioner such as Aussie Miracle Hair Insurance and brush through with a Tangle Teezer.

3.        Next, apply a heat protection cream. I can’t stress enough how important it is to protect your hair from damage caused by styling!! Redkin Satin wear Ultimate Blow Dry Lotion will do just that, plus it leaves hair soft, shiny and totally manageable!!

4.       I recommend leaving your hair to dry naturally overnight, if this is absurd for you continue with your normal blow dry, but your hair will thank you if you give it a rest and let it dry naturally!

5.       After leaving your hair for a day, brush through the hair making sure it’s smooth and knot free.

6.       Now we can begin to create fabulous wavy hair, first tie hair into a loose bun on top of the head, leaving a section of hair underneath, this will be the first layer to style.

7.       Start at the top of the head and close the tool around a section of hair, hold for 10 seconds depending on thickness of hair, and then move down to the next area. Continue this step for the entire layer.

8.       Once you've styled the entire layer, spray with L’oreal Elnett hairspray,so that this look lasts.

9.       Keep pulling down new layers of hair and repeating step 7 & 8 until you have finished the entire head of hair.

1.       Ta Da, you should now have silky smooth wavy hair. Make sure to finish with a shine spray, such as John Frieda 100% shine glossing mist.

Let me know what you think of this look?
Do you prefer straight or curly hair?



It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Tru beauty, a brand whose skincare products not only look and smell high quality, but the ingredients couldn't be more luxurious.  Sara Jane Lynch has created a unique brand suitable for all skin types and specifically high maintenance skin. The brands ethos is believable skincare for unbelievable skin, and the products certainly live up to this! Her understanding of her customer and belief that they deserve a high quality,  glamorous product with luxurious packaging, that would look, smell and feel as gorgeous and glamorous as the products made her feel.

Sarah Jane has created Three skincare products, with the help of biochemists and skin care experts. All of her products are free from skincare nasties, there are no unnecessary chemicals in these products, instead they are rich in natural oils and ingredients which help unlock the secret to fabulous problem free skin!

Tru: Ultimate Deep Cleanse. 150ml £25

This cleanser smells incredible and certainly does the job at removing makeover and impurities from the skin. but in a gentle way, by purifying the skin without stripping it off essential oils! This product contained unknown ingredients to me, but upon research I found them to be extremely beneficial, such as the use of Wild Pansy which has healing and cleansing properties.  It can be applied with your fingertips massaging into the skin with circular motion before removing with a cotton wool pad or equally can be applied as you would a face wash. This cleanser really does seem like a treat when you use and leaves an incredible smell reminiscent of a spa.

Tru: Toning Treatment. 150ml £28

Don’t let a toner scare you away! I know what you are thinking eeekk squeaky clean skin that is left dry and tight. This is the opposite; it hydrates, softens and calms the skin. Spritzing the skin before applying the moisturiser helps prep the skin for being as receptive to the moisturise as possible.  The smell of this product is zesty and refreshing and is ideal as a mid-day spritz to help awaken your makeup and give your face a much needed refreshment and moisture boost.

Tru: Holy Grail Facial Moisturizer. 30ml £42

Many individuals with high maintenance skin tend to forget the importance of moisturizer. If you have dry skin, spending money on a good quality moisturiser is vital, alternatively if you have acne please don’t neglect moisture, drying the skin out too much will only result in your oil glands over producing oil to compensate for lost moisture! This moisturiser helps lock in essential ingredients such as Camellia oil and Shea butter but leaves no gunky residue sitting on the skin!! Again this product smells and feels so luxurious and is a pleasant surprise compared to those pharmacy products, which definitely lack in glamour!!

I've e seen a tremendous difference in my skin, noticeably the horrible huge spots are healing and no new ones seem to be forming, plus my skin is positively  and glowing . My skin feels healthy and rested. I really recommend this brand Sara Jane has suffered herself from ‘high maintenance skin,’ so she has tested these products until she found a   combination of ingredients which worked. Big beauty brands can very quickly and easily create a product for a certain skin type with little thought, however it takes a lot of effort, time and compassion to create a brand like Tru beauty. They stay  Tru to the promise of creating a skincare regime you will keep repurchasing for years to come. Their products have just launched in Fenwicks Bond St. Tru Beauty are holding a customer meet and greet evening on Friday 15th of November in Fenwick Bond St, so I will keep you updated regarding times.

A link to the Tru Brand's twitter account
A link to the Tru Brand's Facebook account

If you have any questions about the brand, their skincare products etc, please comment below or feel free to email me!


Honey Coco- Homemade Lip Exfoliator

Nowadays beauty products are loaded with chemicals claiming to accomplish a range of different miracles, but what really are these ingredients… sometimes its best to strip your beauty back to basics whilst having fun at the same time making homemade beauty products!

Ideal for a girly night in, homemade products are simple and free of added chemicals!! I spend 70% of my week wearing some kind of lipstick, and whilst they claim to moisturize my lips still always seem to look a bit worse for wear at the end of the day. I rely on my Honey Coco lip exfoliator to remove any dead skin and keep my lips moisturised soft and, well, kissable!

Ingredients in Honey Coco

Coconut Oil 
The helps strengthens underlying tissue and contains antioxidants that help skin cell regeneration but most importantly its moisturising and has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties stopping spots from forming around your lips.

The sugar simply acts as an exfoliator, the granules are rough enough to remove any dead skin but gentle enough to stop you from causing further damage.

Honey has antimicrobial properties, which means it promotes healing and will prevent against infections. It is also one of the best ingredients for moisturising.

Olive oil
Olive oil has been used for medicinal purposes for many years and is fantastic for your lips, it is actually used in many moisturising products so is great to add to this lip scrub.

1 tbsp organic coconut oil
2 tsp coarse sugar
1 tsp honey
1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Mix all the ingredients together and keep in a seal able small pot. If you enjoy this homemade exfoliator why not think about making one, alongside a homemade lip balm as a present for someone this Christmas. If packaged in a cute mini glass jar with Christmas ribbon, these will go down a storm! It will also save you a huge amount of money on presents and shows that you've put effort into making something unique.

Let me know what you think of this homemade lip scrub?

Round Up Of The Week 27.10,13- 3.11.13

Most popular blog post of the week:  Cracked China- Check it out here!

Favourite product of the week: Mac eye shadow in Uninterrupted

Quote of the week:  “Beauty, to me, is about being comfortable in your own skin. That, or a kick-ass red lipstick.” Gweneth Paltrow

Best moment:  Meeting with the Fabulous people behind new skincare brand TRU...... Will be telling you a bit more about them this coming week.

Favourite fellow blogger:  Beauty by the Geeks  Check them out here!

On my wishlist: Nars Paint pots!! ALL OF THEM.

Tip of the week: Experiment with natural ingredients to create homemade products like my Pumpkin facials!

Song of the week: The Saturdays-Gentleman

Best purchase: Tru Beauty products

Instagram Photos of the Week:


Smokey eyes- Black VS Brown

Left is black smokey eye and right is brown.

I’m going to attempt to answer a huge debate in beauty history, whether to do a black or a brown smoky eye!! Before I tell you about my preference it’s important to remember that everyone is different and what one person loves another may hate, not only that but our skin colourings are all so different, and people suit different colours.

I used to rock the black smoke every day, but over the last year and a half I have converted to brown. This doesn't mean I don’t ever wear black smokey eyes, (in fact I prefer this look for nights out ,as it is more dramatic) I've just have grown accustom to my beloved brown eye. It’s a softer look for daytime, makes my eyes appear larger and is easily transferable into an evening look just by applying more colour on top of the day makeup.
Uninterrupted and Carbon

How to Brown smokey eyes

1.       Apply a brown eyeliner along both the lower and upper lash line, this doesn’t have to perfect as it will be blended out, you can use a gel or pencil for this. I use Bobbi Brown long wear gel eyeliner in espresso Ink, (this is a black brown) great for creating  intensity.

2.       Blend the eyeliner outwards to the corner of your eye. Make sure to work quickly as this product becomes transfer resistant once dry.

3.       Next take a light brown shade, such as Mac Uninterrupted, and a Mac 217 brush,  blend this shade into the crease of your eye, then take it underneath your lower lash line, making sure to blend fully.

4.       Now take a darker shade such as Mac Charcoal Brown and push the product into the outer crease of your eye, try to concentrate on a small area rather than washing it all over the eyelid.

5.       Now  curl your eyelashes and apply 2 coats of your favorite mascara- I used Girogio Armani Eyes to Kill Mascara.

To create a black smoky eyes use the same step by step guide but replace the Bobbi Brown eyeliner in Espresso ink to Black Ink, and swap the Mac eyeshadow to Carbon.

If you wanted to make this look more subtle for the daytime you can skip the eyeliner all together which I sometimes do.

Let me know which is your favourite in the comments below


Cracked China

It would be rude not to do a Halloween tutorial!! Unfortunately I've never warmed to Halloween in fact I used to be petrified of it as a kid. Think its time I grew up and had fun with it, so, today I'm going to show you how to create this look (see above.)
Its actually pretty simple and also highlights the difference between makeup and no makeup, especially if you look at the size difference of my eyes (oh jeez.)

1.       Begin by apply a matte foundation to the area that you don’t want to be white, before contouring heavily (this looks best).

2.        Next work on the eye creating a really dramatic effect. I used my normal makeup, for black smoky eyes, which is Mac eye shadow in Carbon and Bobbi Brown long wear gel eyeliner in Jet Black.

3.       Now apply bright red lipstick (Rouge D'Armani) to the part of the lip you want to have makeup on.

4.       Apply white face paint to the area without makeup, take it down the neck and over the eye, perhaps do a couple of coats to make sure it’s really intense and then leave to dry.

5.       Finally draw a jagged black line around your face with face paint or black liquid eyeliner; this will act as the outline, continue by applying crack lines.

This is so simple and looks awesome!! Have a go and let me know what you think!


Pumpkin Power-Masks

It’s the build-up to Halloween, a seasonal event that I’m never really that excited for. One thing I do love to get involved in is the pumpkin carving, in the past I've created some pretty amazing designs. Pumpkins are not just great for carving and eating, (Pumpkin Pie mmm,) but also are extremely beneficial for your skin, perfect for making into face masks.

Pumpkin is high in Vitamin A (skin healing), C (anti-oxidant) and Zinc, the pumpkin soothes, moisturizes and acts as a carrier, allowing any other ingredients in the mask to really penetrate the skin. It is great for all skin types, especially environmentally damaged or sensitive skin. I decided to create 3 different masks one for dry skin, one for oily skin and one glowing face mask which can be used on all skin types!!

Pumpkin face mask for oily skin: Canned pumpkin, (check that pumpkin is the only ingredient), 1 tablespoon of Apple cider vinegar, (tonic action promotes skin circulation; alpha hydroxyl acid; regulates pH,) and lastly sugar (to help remove dead skin and unclog the pores.)
Face mask for oily skin

Hydrating Pumpkin facemask: Canned pumpkin, (check that pumpkin is the only ingredient), half an avocado, (contains rich source of several essential nutrients that relive and moisturize your skin), and coconut oil, (fatty acids in the oil can strengthen the skin's barrier to lock in moisture.)
Hydrating face mask
Glowing Pumpkin Face Mask: Canned pumpkin (check that pumpkin is the only ingredient), Egg whites of 1 egg, (brightens the skin,)one-quarter teaspoon milk, (or soymilk)(alpha hydroxyl acid, enzymes digest skin cells) and pumpkin seeds (for decoration.)
Glowing face mask

I used a third of a can of pumpkin for each mask and had a lot left over.  You could refrigerate any leftovers and use them as morning masks to wake up the skin with a burst of coldness, (help settle puffy skin.) Important to note that the mask was hard to apply, but once on stayed on well,(perhaps you could use a paint brush and paint it on.) Also you can use the pumpkin which is leftover from your carving session, to create these masks, simply blend the inwards of the pumpkin and add the other ingredients.
God, I look good, ha!
I only applied the mask for my skin type which is oily. I left the mask on for 30 minutes, to allow it to work its magic!! I have to say the result was surprisingly good, my skin felt fresh and cleansed but most importantly in the morning my skin had improved, noticeably less oil and fewer spots and masks! I normally favour products over natural ingredients, but after this experience I think I’m going to incorporate more natural home remedies into my skincare routine.  

Try these masks out and let me know what you think!!
Do you use natural home remedies in your skincare routine?

If you have any questions on these pumpkin masks, or anything else, please let me know by commenting below!

Round up of the Week 20.10.13 - 27.10.13


Most popular blog post of the week:  My Experiance With Topshop. Read Here!

Favourite product of the week: Nars-Multiple in Copacabana.

Quote of the week: "The best thing is to look natural, but it takes makeup to look natural." Calvin Klien

Best moment: Accomplishing 5 spinning classes in 1 week!! OUCH

Favourite fellow blogger: Vivianna Does Makeup. Check out her blog here!

On my wishlist: Tom Ford-Jasmine Rouge Lip Colour.

Tip of the week: Wear your lip gloss underneath your lipstick, to play around with texture!

Song of the week: Counting Stars-One Republic

Best purchase: Topshop- Eye Shadow Quad in Game On, buy here.

Instagram photos of the week:


Ciate Advent Calender

Being a winter born baby, means that the Christmas period is really the most important time of the year!! I treasure every minute of it, and love sticking to Christmas traditions. One of my favourite traditions whilst growing up was the Advent Calendar, although considering that all you get is one small chocolate each day, the excitement on the first of December is kind of ridiculous and absurd. Over the years I've kept up the advent tradition,  but the last couple of years I've been trying to make more of an effort to “eat clean, stay lean.” This doesn't mean I shun chocolate out of my life, sadly however, it means having one a day would probably through me off track... This is where I introduce the alternative Calendar!!
Ciate Mini Mani Month

Last year I was very fortunate to receive the Ciate Mini Mani Month calendar from my mummy, (she is the best!) Chocolate addicts BEWARE, this calendar is not edible, however you can pick up a cheap chocolate calendar in Tesco’s for less than a fiver, so if you can’t stand parting from the sugar, why not have both!!

You've probably heard of Ciate, through their creation of the caviar manicure, (a 3d manicure with colourful balls.) If you haven’t tried their nail varnishes, then I really recommend checking them out. The brand creates amazing pigmented colours and come in super sweet packaging, with little bows around the neck of the bottle. 

The calendar opens each day to reveal a new  mini polish, caviar pearl or glitter, last year I decided upon opening each day of the calendar, I would wear whatever polish I was given for that specific day.  This meant I spent a whole month of changing my nail polish, slightly tiring but so worth it!! The amount of comments I received on my nails was insane. It just seemed like fun to incorporate my favourite thing (beauty) into my favourite time of year!  The pictures I've included are of last year’s calendar and I tried to locate as many of the polishes and caviar pearls as I could, to give you an idea of the colours involved, (seemed to have lost a large amount booo.)

This year’s calendar contains:
19x5ml mini paint pots
1x13.5 paint pot
2x 10g caviar pearls
2x5g sequins/glitters

Priced at £42, which does sound pretty pricey for an advent calendar, however if you think about it, you receive 24 nail polishes/pears/glitters and also a way to have fun with your nail polishes, by changing it up every day for the Christmas period!! Personally this calendar rocks…. I definitely found it more exciting to find a gorgeous nail varnish behind the door instead of chocolate. 

You can buy the Ciate Mini Mani Month calendar online  here.

Make sure to buy it in advance of the 1st of December as they sold out last year!!

Did you buy the Ciate Mini Mani Month calender last year? What did you think?
If you have any questions please comment!


English Rose

After spending a fabulous lazy afternoon in bed flicking through magazines for new beauty trends, I came across this look, reminiscent of an English rose that was featured on the catwalk at the Burberry show for spring/summer 2014. It immediately reminded of my childhood, rummaging through my mother’s makeup bag and applying her Chanel pink lipstick, not so carefully to my lips, eyelids and finally drawing two pink army stripes across my cheeks. I know what you’re thinking, that kid had style and whilst I may have looked bonkers to my family, it seems the look is back in, although in a matured sense.

Unlike the masterpiece I created 15 years ago, the pink I used was less dramatic, as I wanted to create something that would be befitting for a ballerina. I used Maybelline, Color Sensational lipstick, in Summer Pink, as its fresh, pretty and has a slight shimmer to it which helped to achieve a glowing complexion.

Lighter shade is Maybelline Color Sensational in Summer Pink. Darker shade is an example of the type of colour I stole from my mothers makeup bag 15 years ago to create my princess in pink look!
My everyday makeup normally consists of contouring my face and wearing a nude lip, (boring, but me!) I choose nudes over pinks, out of personal preference; my skin tone is better suited to brown hues. Being a beauty enthusiast means that you've got to try new things and pink eyes and lips was apparently was one of them!

Step by Step Instructions

1. First apply a glowing foundation, or just conceal areas if you are blessed with flawless skin.... (Lucky cow.)

2. Next take a gel/cream eye shadow in a light pink shade or the lipstick you are going to use and apply all over the lids, making sure to blend fully, applying a little at a time, building up to the desired shade. It's better to have too little product and build then apply too much at once and end up looking like a clown.

3. Apply a lengthening mascara being careful to avoid clumps.( this is a very delicate,  natural look.)

4. Apply a moisturising lip balm, then chose a lipstick that best matches the colour used on your eyes, or use the lipstick you used on your lids. Apply this lipstick with your finger to create a stain and not a perfect lined lip. 

5. Finally use the same shade of lipstick and apply onto the apple of the cheeks, blending with your fingertips, (remember a little goes a long way.)

You should be left with a healthy glowing complexion that is pretty and subtle. Although I'm not used to wearing pinky shades, especially on my eyes, I’m impressed by the overall effect, I look awake, healthy and my makeup appears natural. I’m still in amazement that you can use one product, costing £7.19, for 3 different functions, to create one beautiful on trend look.

What do you think of this trend?
Do you use any other products in more than one way?
If you have any questions comment below and I will get back to you ASAP!