Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Brow tastic

Hey Blogletts,
I haven't been into brows for long, however I have got into a routine which fits me rather well.
A little history on my brows, I used to have them waxed however I now just pluck. They are not quite the shape or fullness I want them to be, however I am working on it.

So to fill in my brows I use 2 powders. First of all on a day to day basis I use an MUA shadow in ..... This is just a natural colour to give some definition, also great for those with lighter brows.
The second colour is a dark, matte brown colour in the Sleek Storm pallet. I use this for more of a dramatic brow look and if the rest of my makeup is plain.

I have rather unrully brows and if I dont set them, they stick up and down and move it all around (mumbo no 5 quote there). So to set my brows I run the MUA clear mascara through them which is cheap, cheerful and works a treat!
Although I am happy with this and it works for me, I am always open to try new things so if you have anything that you think is fab please let me know.
Hope you enjoyed
Bye for now xx

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Rimmel Wake Me Up

Hey Blogletts,

So I have a little review here for you on the 'wake me up' foundation and concealer by Rimmel.
I bought the concealer quite a while ago and let me tell you it is fab! It has hilighting qualities however not too much so it can be used on blemishes. It is has a light consistency however gives a good amount of coverage .... a good alternative to the Collection Lasting Perfection which I find a little too thick.
Now I was a little sceptical about the foundation. I have oily skin, as I bang on about all the time, so a foundation that claims to be radiance boosting is my worst nightmare. However as it is colder outside my skin tends to dry up a little so I jumped in with both feet and I do not regret it. This foundation is glowy, good coverage and doesn't make me too greasy. The one little downside is the shade range of the foundation. It is not very good for pale skin types and it is a tad dark for me but as long as I blend well I can manage it.
Overall I would definately reccomend this range to anyone.
Have you tried it?
Bye for now xx