Tag: cream blush
I have noticed that a few really cool brands launched lip and cheek products, so here is a preview. And while I have only tried one product from Milk so far, I am a big fan of Trish and RBR, as regular readers will know.
“A radiant, dual-feature wash of colour perfectly tinted and texturised for lips and cheeks. Instantly nourishes and cushions lips and gives cheeks a sheer, dewy glow” Available in: Blackberry (shown), Goji and Peach
“Antioxidant-rich rice bran oil provides skin with
I have to admit that I haven’t been wearing blush during the summer at all, but now that it is Autumn, I kind of want some colour! this is why I have been browsing my collection looking for some old favourites, and also browsing the new launches looking for anything beautiful and exciting to share with you.
Here are three beauties that caught my attention:
“A silky smooth powder formula that adds the perfect hint of natural looking colour. “The shade is described as a peachy pink.
5% of Chantecaille’s proceeds for the Pride Cheek Shade will be donated to the Lion Guardians.
I was browsing Makeup4all the other day, and stumbled across this post from 2010. The point was to choose only three products I could use for my makeup. I was actually surprised by my choices, so thought I would do the same thing six years later.
So here is what I would go for and why:
I just have to have some kind of definition for my eyes, black liquid eye liner or a brown eye pencil, or even some eye shadows. But if I could use only one product- that would be this. These days I am loving ArtDeco, but there are lots of other nice ones I like.
Mascara ( Max Factor Voluptuous False Lash Effect Mascara, review coming later)
I get a lot of requests for more personal posts and for more photos of myself…
Since I was away for two weeks (Yes, this is why I wasn’t that active on Makeup4all’s social media accounts, I just did not have time) in Hungary to attended several seminars and studies ( nothing to do with beauty; but what I do in life, FYI) I’ve decided to try.
I thought that I’d show you a photo of the makeup that I took with me first. It is a lot more than any personal would need for two weeks. But to justify myself a) I wanted to have options b) people often ask me for tips and mini-makeovers when they find out that I also do makeup in my free time.
Although I was always very tired, as I did have an intense program, spent more money than I should have, managed to learn just about five Hungarian words, I absolutely loved my experience. Not only I’ve had a very productive time, I also met some amazing people, and somehow managed to find more time for sports, such as running and swimming, than I have at home. Plus I did see quite a few beautiful places in the country…
My top three places/things would have to be: