I have three products from the amazing Lisa Eldridge’s N07 makeup collection for Spring 2012 to show you.
No7 Vital Enlightening Highlighter (10g £13), No7 Vital Brights Cream Blush (2g, £10) in Blooming Pink, bright hot pink and No7 Vital Brights Lipstick (3.5g, £10) in Blooming Pink, hot pink.
I was really excited about the bright pink blush and lipstick when I first saw them. And, let me tell you, both are even better than I’ve hoped they’d be!
I will start with the lipstick as it is my favourite item. It it a perfect bright, hot and vibrant blue based pink which gives a nice glossy texture. The shade is buildable, you can blot it out for a sheer effect or layer it up for a stunning full on colour.
I really like the lipstick’s formula, it is like a
I am sure you already know that I am a huge fan of cream blushers 😉 So today I want to tell you about a recent favourite – Rouge Bunny Rouge Blush Wand Cheeks in Bloom in Rubens.
It was actually a part of my January favourites and one of the most used blushes this winter in general.
I like the cute flowery design and the small package that is easy to take with you. One more thing that I enjoy is a nice subtle fruity scent. Moreover, I think it’s cool how these were named after the great artists.
As for the product, it’s really lovely, as you would expect. I know that some of you are afraid of cream blushers (I am judging from the comments), so this one is a great option to start with. It is definitely foolproof, as all you need to do is swipe it on your cheeks and blend with your fingers. You can also
Remember my post about ArtDeco Cream Rouge For Cheeks and Lips?
I did pick up one shade – 17 Creamy Mauve. They all were pretty actually but the mauve one was right up my street.
It comes in a beautiful and chic black compact with the packaging which matches the shade of the blush.
The product has a sheer and dewy finish, and is easy to blend into the skin, and you get a beautiful and natural effect. It gives a subtle wash of colour which can be build up for a more intense effect.
I like this modern kind of texture, since I am not exactly the biggest fan of cream-to-powder blushers on my dry skin. However, this may not be the best formula for oily skin. You can
A girl can never have too many blushers…
That’s probably the story of my life. I love a good blusher and, although I am a fan of high-end blushers, I have to admit that some high street brands offer very decent blushers, as well.
I am personally a big fan of Max Factor cream blushers, they are brilliant! I also want to try Revlon, plus Bourjois are bringing out cream blushers this year.
Speaking about affordable blushers, meet MeMeMe Cherub’s Blush Cheek & Lip Tint.
A cheap, it’s only £5.50, tint for lips and cheeks?! Yes, indeed!
It is a beautiful berry-ish red which works amazing for perking up the whole look, it instantly makes you look fresher and healthier, know what I mean?
Just make sure that you prep the skin! Especially the cheek area, as
Here is round-up of the gorgeous Benefit Cosmetics’ tints. I am a huge fan and I really enjoy using them on myself and others.
All three provide a long-lasting staying power and natural looking effect, which I love, of course. I don’t really use these on the lips but do love them as blushes, a lot.
Posietint and ChaCha Tint have a gel-like formula and finish and Benetint has a watery finish. The trick with all three is to work quickly until it is set, as you won’t be able to blend it otherwise.
My personal favourite