I feel like it’s the same every month, I always seem to start my monthly posts by saying how fast the month has gone and yet again I feel like doing them same! This year is flying by and we are already over half way through the year, it’s crazy how fast time travels!
This has never been my favourite palette as it’s obviously it’s all matte however I’ve been frequently using this palette this month as I’ve been wearing simple makeup so I love just wearing a matte shade in my crease. I also use most of the matte shades usually as they suit most of my other palettes so are perfect to deepen my crease and to use as transition shades. Recently I’ve been loving pinker shadows on the eye so there is plenty of nude/pink shades in this palette which I tend to reach for.
In terms of quality of all the shadows, the pigmentation isn’t amazing when swatched however on the eye the shadows seem just as good as my other more expensive palettes. They last just as long as my other shadows as well, I tend to pair this palette with my Morphe and on the eye you can’t tell the difference in quality so for £8 for all these shades, it’s a bargain!
♡ Miss Sporty Insta Glow Primer;
This is quite an old product of mine and I stopped using it a couple of months ago after buying a new primer but I’ve been reaching back for this as I love the glow it gives under your makeup. It’s a light pink shade which has a subtle glow to it so gives your skin a radiant and healthy glow under your makeup. I live for dewy makeup so this is perfect for a glow and dewy look.
I wouldn’t say it contributes to make my makeup last longer however I definitely do notice the difference in the glow on my face. It can also be worn on it’s own which I’ve never tired before but I can imagine it would give a gorgeous healthy glow but might be too pink toned. This seems to last for ages as you don’t need to apply much and it’s such a cheap price of £3.49 and in my opinion is such good quality.
This also has SPF 15 which makes it perfect to wear when the suns out as your skin has protection and this never feels too heavy to wear in the heat.
I’m such a big fan of lip balm and this lip balm has been my go-to at the moment as it’s perfect to throw in my bag or pocket. This is also so moisturising as it’s just like the classic eight hour cream but in a solid ‘lipstick’ form. So it’s so useful for a quick moisture boost and is still just as good as the original eight hour cream. It also has SPF 15 in which is perfect when the sun is out as my lips feel protected and still super smooth. I find this keeps my lips smooth and hydrated for quite a long time as well so doesn’t mean you have to be constantly re-applying it!
I’ve always loved this brush as like all Real Technique’s products, it has top-notch quality and blends makeup like a dream. However I’ve previously always used this for highlighter but after seeing a couple of YouTuber’s using it for concealer, I gave my brush a wash as I was desperate to try it for concealer. And I absolutely love using this brush for concealer and occasionally powder under my eyes. The brush has the perfect density for blending and is so suited for under eye concealer. It now only takes seconds to blend my concealer in with this brush and gives my under eye concealer a smooth and natural look with full coverage.
- Know No Better – Major Lazor
- Bad Liar – Selena Gomez
- Bon Appetit – Charlie Puth (Cover)
- Wild Thoughts – DJ Khaled
- Angels – Chance The Rapper
- Slow Hands – The Vamps (Cover)
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