Pink is the colour for Spring 2014, a lot of beauty brands have at least one rose-tinted product in their seasonal release. And it’s not a surprise, what other shade can perk up your complexion and make it look fresh and youthful?
Even the promo photos of the leading luxury beauty brands [YSL, Givenchy, Lancome, Burberry, Dior, Guerlain] give us an inspiration on how to wear pink, which is always feminine and classy. And with all the variations of this prettiness, colour and texture wise, every girl, no matter what age and skin tone, can find a suitable product.
Here are some of the products you can choose from:
Clarins Multi-Blush Cream Blush in 02 Candy, Lancome Blush Highlighter, Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush inRead More
Regular readers know that I love my blushes… And I would like to show you my favourite blush combination that I have been wearing non-stop recently. I adore my Amaryllis, but sometimes I just want something different.
This is when my berry/plummy/mauve blushes get some love. I am a fan of such shades for AW, as they look nice with my light skin and dark eyes and hair, they instantly brighten up the complexion and look nice with cool toned pinks and plums that I often wear on my lips.
I really like ArtDeco Cream Rouge For Cheeks and Lips in 17 Creamy Mauve (review), it is such a gorgeous shade but
When a beauty product gets a cult status and make-up artist & beauty lovers rave about it – it’s a sign that one has to get that product, too.
You all know by now that I love my cream/liquid/stain/gel blushers ( is my latest wish list) and I don’t even remember when was the last time I’ve bought a powder blush. About two years ago, I think (It was Sleek, LE)?! But I just had to get Tarte’s Amazonian Clay Blush ($26).
It was very easy to choose a shade, as I knew straight away that I wanted Blushing Bride, which is described as plummy rose.
I love the fact that the packaging is the same shade, as the blush itself, very useful, especially when you have a lot of blushes from the same line.
And here is a close up of my beauty. As you can see it’s a pretty plummy shade with golden shimmer. Luckily, the shimmer is delicate and you don’t get it all over the face.
So what is my impression?
I am actuallyRead More
My friend was in the USA last month and it was very lovely of her to pick up several things for me. And this time I’ve decided not to get crazy and get only the things that were on the top of my wish list. Some of them were not available, so here is what I ended up with:
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blushing Bride. I wanted to try Tarte blushes for ages and finally got one, Blushing Bride seemed like a colour that I would like and it is amazing.
Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil in Soft Brunette. I can tell thatRead More
I have heard so many great thing about Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush that now I want to try it, too. Even though I am not the biggest fan of powder blushes on myself. And I still haven’t tried their cheek stains…
I think the next blush that I will get
and I can never have too many has to be something from Tarte. It is just a shame that it is only available in the US…
I have spotted this fantastic set of the blushes at Sephora for $35 while a single blush is $25. What a great deal! These are not the same size, but I’d rather have four different smaller sized blushes.
The shades, by the way, are Angelic (shimmering champagne), Fantastic (soft fuchsia), Magic (pink coral)and Stellar (shimmering nude).
There is also a lip gloss set that I like, but that I definitely do not need. Or maybe I do?
And what is your favourite Tarte product? What about their blushes?Read More