Tag: pink blush
I have no idea how it happened, but somehow I’ve missed the fact that ArtDeco released cream 2-in-1 blushers and lip products.
The brand describes them as cream-to-powder compacts with a silky, wax and oil based, texture with great pigmentation. Free of fragrances, parabens, talc and silicon.
I personally rate ArtDeco products highly and have to
I love blush! This may be the most exciting makeup product for me, my
beauty life was forever changed when I discovered it and I never looked back.
It seems like I always have blushers on my wish list, so here are top four that I plan to get at some point in the near future. I could also add Illamasqua’s Velvet Blusher in Peaked and theBalm’s Long-Wearing Powder Staining Blush, too.
So, let’s take a look at my wish list, shall we?
I can’t believe that I still haven’t got a Bourjois blusher. I think I’d go for the shade No3 (other shades). That’s a great thing that high street brands are now releasing cream blushers, too. I hope these are as good, as my favourites from Max Factor.
Stila Convertible Colour
Convertible Colors been
No matter how many (cream) blushers I have, a new one never fails to excite me. That is unlike some other makeup products, sometimes enough is enough.
So here are the newest offerings from Boujois, Estee Lauder and Chanel.
Let’s take a look!
Boujois Cream Blushes
First of all, here are the long-anticipated cream blushers from Boujoius which will be available exactly in a month. The texture is promised to be light, velvet and easy to blend. The formula will be cream-to-powder.
Available from Selfridges from 8th May and from Boots, Superdrug and Asos from 15th May.
Estee Lauder Cello Shots Cheek Stains
Estee Lauder are bringing out a Cello collection with lip glosses, lipsticks and cheek stains. The stains, shown below, will be available in
Today I opted for a very simple and minimal makeup, both in terms of colours and the quantity of products. Today it’s all about work and I am not going out anywhere afterwards, so I was not in the mood for any experiments, and , quite frankly, did not have time.
I’ve used Rouge Bunny Rouge Home Time Defying Foundation Skin Sanctuary which I promise to review soon. I totally forgot that I had the samples of it, the post is already in the process. I then added some Benefit’s Dandelion to brighten up the complexion and BECCA’s Beach Tint in Raspberry as a pop of colour on the cheeks and on top of the lip balm.
I have used Benefit’s powder eye shadows in Leggy and Dandy Brandy which are very soft and smooth, and blend beautifully. Lighter shade all over the lead and darker shade for definition. I have also lined the eyes with a black (and not brown, shocker!) Clarins Crayon Khol, smudged it
Here is round-up of the gorgeous Benefit Cosmetics’ tints. I am a huge fan and I really enjoy using them on myself and others.
All three provide a long-lasting staying power and natural looking effect, which I love, of course. I don’t really use these on the lips but do love them as blushes, a lot.
Posietint and ChaCha Tint have a gel-like formula and finish and Benetint has a watery finish. The trick with all three is to work quickly until it is set, as you won’t be able to blend it otherwise.
My personal favourite