Makeup Revolution are one of those brands that have just taken off, they are literally everywhere in the beauty world right now – and I for one am loving discovering their product range. For a good few years now, they’ve been on my wish list of brands to try out, with many bloggers raving about their eye-shadow palettes. I am honestly surprised it has taken me this long to even try something from their product line.
I went on a huge shopping spree a few months back now, literally purchasing anything that I had heard good things about. I wanted to put the brand to the test, and in particular their eye-shadow palettes which have been hailed solid dupes for many Urban Decay palettes. View Post
Products from the this works range are steadily starting to find a permanent way within my beauty products. I recently tried out the deep sleep pillow spray from this works and it worked wonders on my sleeping pattern. The difference I noticed on how well I slept was beyond amazing, so I wanted to take a dip into other products by this works for other beauty concerns I had.
The Clean Skin Moisture Scrub is a product that I would class a less well known product by this works. Everyone has heard about the deep sleep pillow spray, however, with the Clean Skin Moisture Scrub it’s a product by this works which seems to be newer on the market. View Post
I love a good eye shadow palette. Just wearing eye shadow can really make your eyes pop. But many palettes are reserved for that special night out, or that special occasion, rather than being an everyday palette. i have so many eye shadow palettes that admittedly are of the same shades, but I’ve always found myself being drawn to one palette within my collection of makeup, and that’s theBalm’s Nude’tude pallette.
This palette has been around for a good few years now, but it has remained a firm favourite of mine purely because of the quality of the product, and the range of colours for everyday wear. It’s a perfect palette if your looking to add some colour to your eyelids on a daily basis, without it looking very “made up” or over the top. Each colour can be used collectively to compliment other colours within the palette or worn on it’s own, as a nude shadow base. View Post