Tag: Daniel Sandler foundation

My Top Five Base Products

I have re-organized a lot of my makeup/skincare/body care/ hair care products this month. Yes, I am still trying to think of the best storage for my nail polishes.

It was a great thing to do since I a) re-discovered a lot of products b) gave away cosmetics that I don’t use any more to my aunt c) it’s just nice to have everything neat and tidy.

Makeup4all Foundations Primers Highlighters ConcealersI actually like keeping some of my most-used products in the Jo Malone packaging, the classic cream and black boxes fit  enough of products and look nice in my flat.  Above you can see  my personal most used primers-bases-concealers.

Showing you my top “base” products seemed like a nice idea, so here we go:

Hourglass Illusion Tinted Moisturizer in Ivory (review and face swatches)

I did not like it that much at first, but now I absolutely adore it. It gives a good coverage for a tinted moisturizer, and is a great product for the days when (you &) your skin is tired and lacks a glow, as it

What’s Inside My Makeup Bag? Five Products To Create The Look

 

So what’s inside my makeup bag?  If I had a task to create the look with only five products, here is what I’d use. The products that I like are changing constantly so here are those that I am enjoying at the moment.

So the products are:

Daniel Sandler’s Invisible Radiance Foundation and Concealer (review)

Ok, yes, that is a bit cheating as it is one-in-two product… It’s a perfect foundation for my dry skin, it evens out the skin tone and gives the  complexion a dewy glow, exactly what I am looking for!

Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush

I have been loving the shade 09 Soft Murano a lot lately, in fact, I have been using it almost every single day. It is a high quality product for an affordable price plus the colour is very flattering!

Ellis Faas Mascara

This  has been my mascara of choice lately. It gives a nice length, separates the lashes, lasts for the long time, without fading, smudging or flaking. It even survives an