I was giving up hope of finding a favourite eyeshadow palette this year that would beat the Modern Renaissance palette (Review Here). However, this palette came and has instantly made its way into my holy grail items.
This concealer isn’t new and proves that drugstore beauty is sometimes better. This is a cheap, affordable concealer that actually comes close to hiding the under eye bags without feeling heavy.
This palette is quite controversial, but its colour range is so perfect for the Autumn and is ideal for getting creative. These aren’t repetitive colours that are in every palette, they are bold and actually allow for different looks to be created.
Bronzers are one of the most misused products and it can be a little bit daunting to pick and wear a Bronzer without turning into a tangerine. Therefore, I have a put together a step-by-step guide with my top tips and my favourite bronzers.
As with all makeup, the application changes for each face shape. This is a simple guide as to where to apply the blusher for; Round, Heart, Oval, Triangle, Long and Square face shapes.
The vast amounts of blush shades are there to suit all skin types such as; Fair, Medium, Olive, Medium Dark and Dark. Whilst, all makeup is down to which ever shade you think looks good and gives you confidence. Picking a shade can be very difficult, therefore this is a guideline to show which blush shades, typically suit different skin shades.
Recently I got the BH cosmetics Smokey Eyes – 28 Color Eyeshadow Palette and created a purple light smokey eye look. I must say this palette really impressed as it was effortless to use with the opportunity to create a large variety of looks.