I have been shopping my stash lately, re-discovering a lot of amazing products that I have and have been experimenting with my makeup quite a lot, too.
I usually go for berry or cool toned shades but lately I have been going for coral/orange quite a lot actually.
Here are the products that I have used today…
I have started with a foundation that is a bit darker and warmer than my skin tone but still looks natural and gives a beautiful glowing finish - Daniel Sandler’s Invisible Radiance Foundation and Concealer in Beige.
The main thing about this look was the vibrant coral blush, Benefit ChaCha Tint which instantly brightened up everything. And since I kept the rest of makeup pretty much neutral – it was a great pop of colour.
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I’ve stayed most of the Saturday at home as I had guests so wanted to keep it very simple. Here are the products I wore.
Rouge Bunny Rouge’s Tinted Moisturiser Sketches on Water is my latest obsession. It is perfect for winter, it doesn’t enhance any dryness and looks great even on the weather beaten, dehydrated skin! Gives a very natural coverage and people won’t be able to tell that it’s not just your skin. The coverage is enough for me but you may want to use concealer locally. I use shade Adansonia but you can see my swatches of all shades here.
The brand’s Blush Wand in Rubens is a relatively new product for me but so far I am loving it.
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I am excited to show you these beautiful Long Lasting Waterproof Eyeliners by Daniel Sandler.
First of all, I have to say that I really love the design, it looks very elegant and chic. These are the kind of eye pencils that are a pleasure to use.
I love how thin the eye liners are and that you actually don’t need to sharpen them, it’s a great plus if you ask me.
These are actually great to use on the upper inner rim of the eye (which I love doing) since these liners are so thin. Daniel Sandler eye pencils are also great for the using as an eye liner if you are not confident with the liquid or gel one, as it allows you to create a thin (or thick if you want) line.Read More