New Natural Eye Shadows Palettes

No matter how many nude/neutral eye shadows palettes we have, it seems like there is never enough.  So here is a preview of the three newest launches.

New Natural Eye Shadows Palettes tarte loreal and Soap & GloryA high-end matte palette tartelette Amazonian clay matte palette ($44). Buy it here.  Or the whole collection from Sephora. It looks like something I just have to have…

free spirit (cream), force of nature (nude), dreamer (warm brown), multi-tasker (chocolate), caregiver (pale pink), natural beauty (mauve), best friend (mulberry), bombshell (dark plum), super mom (ivory), wanderer (light brown), power player (taupe) and fashionista (black).

L’Oréal Paris La Palette Nude,£14.99 buy it here.

Recital Preference by L’Oreal:Review

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What is written:

Are you looking for fade resistant, high shine hair colour? Préférence’s patented anti-fade colourants lock into the hair, to ensure a luminous and long-lasting colour which perfectly covers your grey hair.L’Oréal Recital Preference … colourant molecules penetrate the hair shaft and are locked in, providing better resistance to fading. Your hair holds onto its vibrancy and the colour you want stays truer, from roots to ends, even with repeated shampooing. This new formula actually conditions as it colours. Then the after colour care finishing cream, with its UV filter, helps protect the hair leaving it incredibly soft and shiny.

What do I think:

L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Souffle D’Or Shampoo Review

I was looking for a new shampoo and L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil range caught my attention.  There are actually two shampoos in the range, and I’ve chosen the sparkling one just because it was pretty.

LOreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Souffle D'Or Shampoo ReviewAnd I really, really like it. Everything about it. Starting from a  very convenient pump, and the sparkles to a nice subtle oriental-y scent and the performance, of course.

In the official description the brand promises “lightweight nourishment”, and it is exactly what it does. I don’t

January 2015 Beauty Favourites

I am actually surprised that  I have so many  favourites this month, as beauty wasn’t exactly my priority in January. But I truly loved all the products I am going to mention.

January 2015 beauty favourites makeup4all

Makeup

Surprisingly, it was all about the brown tones for me this month. I always wear red or berry, but felt like a wanted a change and be rebellious with the nudes. This probably doesn’t even make sense to some of you, I know.

Rouge Bunny Rouge Sheer Lipstick- Succulence Of Dew in Perfume Of His Gaze – it is described as “sheer tanned nude-beige”, and I totally agree. Never thought that I’d be wearing something like this. But never say never. Plus, it’s only makeup, it is supposed to be fun.

I am sure that you are already bored to death  with me talking about this Trish McEvoy’s bronzer, but this is literally the only product I have been using on my cheeks lately (this and NYX Taupe). And  Hourglass No. 2 Foundation/Blush brush is my favourite tool  for bronzer/blush/healthy glow & colour on my cheeks.

Speaking of Hourglass, their Visionaire Eye Shadows Duo in Gypsy was another favourite. Along with Inglot’s  Eye Shadows AMC Shine 37 – I can never get enough of these two!

Finally, there is a mascara  that I have been using so much that all the words on it on it completely rubbed off – Max Factor Mastepiece Transform High Impact Volumising Mascara. It gives amazing volume, ultra-black colour and instant wow-effect.

Skincare

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Favourites Beauty Products of 2017

It is better late than never, right? So here is finally a feature on my favourite beauty products of 2017.

Here is actually a look back on my 2015 favourites and 2016 Makeup Favourites. I am still obsessed with those products, by the way. And a link to my 2017 monthly beauty favourites. While in 2015 and 2016 I wrote about makeup only, this time it will be about beauty in general. I have chosen 17 products.  Some of the products I loved the most were LE (  Clarins shadows, bronzers for e.g) so here are only those that are still available.

Makeup

  1. Rouge Bunny Rouge SERENE LIGHT Skin Perfector 

This is probably the product of 2017, and it was also in my 2016 favourites. I have been promising to write a detailed feature about it for  a while now, and I will definitely do it in the near future. Basically this base gives you the most incredible glow, you get that polished and well-rested effect, dry skin’s best friend. It does not give that much coverage, as it is a primer, but I wear it without any foundation on top.  Stay tuned for the photos.

2. theBalm  Balm Desert  (buy from  ASOSFeel Unique and Sephora.)

I’ve hit the pan on this product, and will use it all up. I love how it is called  bronzer/blush, and it is exactly that, it has a nice balance of warmth and reddish undertones. Perfect for adding colour and definition to your face. I love the texture, the formula an the pigmentation. The staying power is also impressive. See the swatch in the middle.

3. Clarins Graphik Ink Liner (from Selfridges,HarrodsEscentual.com,  Nordstorm,  Sephora, Bergdorf Goodman)

I am very picky  when it come to eye liners, it has to be a very specific tip and formula for me to like it. And this Clarins one is absolutely incredible. The best purchase. The tip is