One product that really changed the complexion game for me was the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles concealer. Before I found this I was busy trying to make the collection lasting perfection concealer work under my eyes, it wasn’t pretty. In fact, up until trying the Maybelline offering I had struggled for a long time with under eye concealers.
Berry tones are some of my favorite colours to wear in the colder months. At Christmas time its all about the straight up reds, warm reds, blue reds, even gloss reds, but for everyday wear throughout the winter plummy shades are my go to.
Now I’ll be honest, I really didn’t want to like this beautiful gold pot of cleansing goodness. I really didn’t. I can’t afford to like it this much, at £36.00 for 100ml, available here. But truthfully, its wonderful.
The Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm is a rich blend of vitamin E, jasmine, rose and mandarin. And when I say rich, I mean rich.
When I started to really get into makeup, a MAC palette was the first thing on my list. This was about three years ago, and I still can’t believe that I haven’t finished filling a whole palette in all that time!
MAC have hit the nail on the head with how customisable their palettes are. Being able to make your own combinations from their wide variety of shadows is great, but I think we all know that MAC’s shadows aren’t the best quality on the market. Saying that, they certainly are not the worst and some of my favourite shadows of all time sit in this palette.