Tag: summer makeup
The product that I really love is Clarins Blush & Bronzing Compact (£30). It is absolutely huge, comes in a nice packaging and with a decently sized mirror. You get three shades of bronzer with one being shimmery and two – matte, there is also an apricot blush. You can use each shade individually, or mix. The texture of the blush is softer than the texture of the bronzers so when products are mixed together they give you that nice luminous glow and created that sun-kissed effect. This bronzer actually made it to my monthly favourites.
Although I have pretty light skin tone, I don’t find it to be muddy or too orange on me. But I use it lightly, obviously.
I think Blush & Bronzing Compact is a
Here is a usual round-up of the coolest new things, in my opinion. This time I’ve decided to feature complexion, mostly cheek products. I haven’t tried any of these but they all look really cool.
The shades are: Fruit Punch, Sangria and Tequila Sunrise
“Brighten up complexion with a vibrant wash of colour to lips and cheeks. A multitasking solid blush that creates a wash of luminous, vibrant colour for skin. This unique texture applies with ease and blends into a silky, bright glow. The talc free, gel structure is perfectly translucent for a bright, see-through effect. It glides onto skin with even, flawless color and a creamy feel with the combination of wax, siliconic powder and shiny emollients.”
LIPSTICK QUEEN Frog Prince Cream Blush, £22 from Space NK
After the success of the lipstick, there is now a
Chanel Dans La Lumiere de L’ete Makeup Collection for Summer 2016 is all about sandy browns, coppers for the eyes and face, and pinks with oranges for the lips and nails. Let’s take a look.
Les Beiges Healthy Glow Multi-Colour, $65
Duo 01 and Duo 02 are lightweight powders with two shades that create that instant glow and perk up the complexion. There is also a Pinceau (Blush) Brush which retails for $55.
The LE Les 4 Ombres ($65) has that desert inspired pattern. You get three bronze and earthy toned shades and one khaki.
Here is actually a promo image of the collection to give you an idea of how you could use the products.
Other items are:
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