there is one beauty tool that does not get enough love and attention,
it is the fan brush. I think that it is safe to say, that it is the brush that has confused us the most and is the one brush that is most likely to sit in our makeup sets unused.
With Spring in the air, my current makeup mood is
rosy. I am currently enjoying soft rose tones accompanied by fresh
glowing skin. Whilst I loved sporting dark lips and strong winged liner
through the winter season, wearing softer rosier shades makes for a
Blush is such a wonderful product. Inone swipe it can easily turn the most sallow of complexions into a healthy glowing one and when it is applied correctly it can create a beautifully balanced finishto your overall makeup look. However, when applied incorrectly it can have the opposite effect which can leave you looking less than flawless.
Today, I want to share with you my DIY soothing and hydrating face mist recipe. This recipe has recently become a staple in my skin care routine as the winter season has transformed my skin from moderately dry to very dry and sensitive.
After a long and stressful week, one of my favourite weekend treats is to spoil myself with a pamper session. Setting aside at least an hour of "Me Time" every Saturday evening has become such an important part of my routine, as it helps me to unwind and relax.
When choosing a foundation, there is so much more to consider than just selecting the correct shade. Of course shade is important as you don't want to sport a mismatched look, but there are so many other factors that need to be considered.
Dabbling in DIY makeup/beauty products is definitely one of my favorite ways to spend a Sunday afternoon. The whole experience of creating, mixing and measuring is quite the thrill, a thrill that leaves me feeling a bit like a mad scientist.
If there is one eye makeup product that I simply cannot live without as a makeup artist, it is definitely black eyeliners. Black eyeliners are the key players in adding drama and definition to the eyes taking the simplest of eye makeup looks and transforming them into a striking statement.
Getting the most out of my makeup is essential and by making a product versatile is a fantastic way for me to get the most out of it.
of my favourite product's to transform is lipstick. Not only is it quick and easy, it is a great item to re-purpose if you happen to be on a "No Buy" because eventhough you may not have brought a new lipstick, it feels as though you are applying a brand new lippie each time that you apply it with a different finish.