By Terry Ligne Black Star is probably my favourite black eye liner. And I am also the biggest fan of the pencils from the brand. This is why I would love to share about Crayon Khol in 2 Brown Stellar.
I like this pencil so much that after I’ve lost mine a few weeks after getting it (how do you even do that?) I had to get a new one straight away.
So why is it so special?
It is really long-lasting. The kohl stays on all day on me. But, at the same time, the formula is really soft, it glides on without dragging the skin. You can blend the product and create beautiful smoky eyes. Just do it quickly, before it sets!
In addition to great formula, it’s also a beautiful colour. It’s quite a dark brown with micro shimmer. As a result – you will never get that flat one-dimensional finish. Just add some mascara, if you wish, and you’ve got yourself an easy-but-impressive makeup.
Here is a swatch of the eye pencil next to Charlotte Tilbury’s Colour Chamelion in Amber Haze and Urban Decay 24/7 in Bourbon. Brown Stellar is in the middle.
In other words, if you want to get yourself a long-lasting and easy to use pencil – this is a great option. Terrybly is brilliant for when you are not in the mood for an intense black but want something deeper than a mid-toned brown.
Yet another exceptional product from the brand. Big thumbs up from me!
I am finally sharing about the newest Rouge Bunny Rouge Enchanted Forest palettes. They come in a sleek cardboard packaging with a handy mirror inside. As always, the design is exquisite.
There are four different colour ways to choose from: neutrals, forest inspired shades, red and honey tones, and a blue with highlighter + matte shades. As you can see, I have been sent all four to share with you.
In addition, I was also given a 20% discount rbr-blogq1 code which is. It is valid until the end June. I am not affiliated with the brand and don’t get any profit out of this. The code is valid for all products.
Let’s take a look at the palettes:
During the lockdow(s) I have been on mission to discover independent/small beauty brands, and to share them with you. And here is the first feature in the series.
Before we start, I have to mention that I’ve bought all the products myself and am not affiliated with any of the companies. This way I can be unbiased and feature the businesses that I genuinely love.
The first brand we are gonna talk about is Conscious Skincare, a Welsh brand, already mentioned here.
The products I have are Sweet Orange and Frangipani Body Oil, £14 and Grapefruit Lemon and Cedarwood Body Butter, £15. And, let me tell you, I am
Long time readers know that I love my high-end eye makeup products. I have never been able to find anything from the high street which I would love as much.
But I’ve set myself an “under £20” target this time. And here are the results: two products under £20 which I really love.
Eye liner and a lot of mascara is my go to look, you can see it here.
Iconic London Triple Threat Mascara, £19 from Cult Beauty
I am personally
Apparently, the original Skin Food cream is sold every 23 seconds. I am not surprised, to be honest.
This is a cult product, and rightly so. Used by makeup artists, celebrities and skin care lovers all over the World.
I have finished numerous green tubes myself over the years, and here is why.
Skin Food by Weleda has been out since 1926, and the fact that, with all those non-stop new launches, it is still around says a lot.
It is a universal rich cream which instantly makes the dry and rough skin feel and look better. Think about that glossy healthy looking skin. But don’t worry, if glossy is not your thing – there is now also a light version available for combination/oily skin types.
While it can be used everywhere, I love using it on