While I only have the original Naked palette, it’s hard to deny the impact the Naked palettes made on the makeup World.
Meet the newest addition to the family is Naked Heat (12 x 0.05 oz/ 1.3 g eye shadows). palette:
Ounce (ivory shimmer), Chaser (light nude matte), Sauced (soft terra-cotta matte), Low Blow (brown matte), Lumbre (copper shimmer with gold pearl shift), He Devil (burnt red matte), Dirty Talk (metallic burnt red), Scorched (deep red
I have posted about some new highlighters a while ago, but this trend is not going anywhere, in fact, it is becoming even more popular. Here are just a few more new highlighters (and new shades from Dior), but there are many more new, and cult favourite, options on the market right now.
Marc Jacobs Beauty Dew Drops Coconut Gel Highlighter, $44 from Sephora
“A lightweight, coconut-infused gel highlighter that can be applied to skin directly or added into foundation or primer for a universally flattering glow, formulated with five forms of coconut and provitamin B5 to help hydrate and nourish skin.”
Too Faced Love Light Prismatic Highlighter, $30 from Sephora
“Liquid-to-powder formula, Love Light takes the best of powder, liquid, baked and cream formulas to create unparalleled color payoff for a pearl radiance and silky smooth texture. It features a luminosity boosting agent and high pearl consistency that instantly brightens.”
There are three shades to choose from and they give some
Nude eye shadow palettes continue to take the (beauty) World by storm. Here are the newest variations. Do you like the look of them, or do you have enough nude palettes to last you for a life time?
Bobbi Brown The Nude Library 25th Anniversary Edition, $200 from Saks
This palette was created to celebrate Bobbi Brown’s 25th anniversary, and features the most-loved and best-selling nude eye palettes from Bobbi’s archives. Sounds like a must-have, Bobbi does know her neutral shades.
Estée Lauder Sultry Nudes Eye Shadow Palette, £44 from Harrods.
A palette which features 14 eye shadows with different finishes. There is also a
Back in the days, Urban Decay eye shadow palettes were a big deal in the beauty world. I remember how I used to buy every single Book Of Shadows. Even though I don’t even use them now, I could never give them away. I still have my Alice Book Of Shadows somewhere among my other “treasures”.
I am sure, you know that the brand brought out a new Alice Through the Looking Glass palette to celebrate the launch of a new film which I am definitely seeing when it is in the theatres.
If that is something you are interested in – I suggest you get it as soon as possible, as it will be a sell out. The palette is available from Selfridges for £43 and Ulta for $60 already and is all kinds of gorgeous with a very colourful design
Don’t we all want radiant glowing complexion for Spring/Summer? We want it all year round but after those dull grey winter months, especially. This is why the brands are brining out so many products from this category. Here are four new ones that are worth your attention.
“Light correcting primers that blur, smooth and perfect the skin for a soft, subtle glow. The oil-free, weightless formulas neutralize, brighten and soften light as the first step in creating your perfect light.”
- Dim Light – A natural beige that neutralizes light to create soft, dim lighting
- Luminous Light – A champagne pearl that brightens light to create a luminous candlelit glow
- Mood Light – A soft, sheer pink that softens light to create the most forgiving mood lighting
Illamasqua Beyond Powder, £32 from Selfridges
“A baked highlighting powder subtly adding a warm hue to your complexion for a natural, radiant glow. Whether you want to achieve an all over illuminating finish or simply highlight certain points, Beyond’s lightweight