Spring has finally arrived with some classic makeup trends
making a come back such as the classic red lip and new ones such as glass skin,
ditching the contour and focusing on digging out the blusher that’s at the
bottom on your makeup bag.
I love new trends and in this blog post I’m going to mention
a few of my favourite I’ll be wearing this spring.
Firstly, I believe the most important part of your makeup is
how your skin looks. This spring it’s all about glass looking radiant skin.
When creating this look you want to be reaching for everything and anything
with radiant/glowing on the packaging. Most importantly to gain glass skin is
all about the skin routine, looking after your skin is very important and have
a good routine ensures this; the skin needs to be highly hydrated. To add to
this glass skin makeup look, focus on the natural brows, reach for the nude
lipstick which everyone has that suits them, adding a touch of concealer under
the eyes, around the nose and where necessary. To finish these looks off apply
plenty of highlighter to get that spring glow.
Lets focus on the eyes, this season its all about adding a
pop of aqua colour to the lower lash line, this works really well with blue
eyes but everyone needs to try it! It’s a gorgeous way to finish off a look.
Another colour to be adding to your eyes this season is
lilac, its around everywhere it’s a colour for spring, not only within makeup
but fashion too! Apply to the eyelids and wing it out if you want a more
defined harsh look.
With glass looking skin and aqua colour on the eyes, ditch
those matte lipsticks and go back to the gloss. This season it’s all about the
gloss and lip stains. Pair a cherry lip stain with a clear gloss you’ll be
rocking the most effortless and easiest trend around!
Here are a few on my makeup looks I’m loving this spring,
please comment below and send me pictures of your spring looks this season!
Thank you for reading! :)
I’ve always suffered with my skin, and have tried hundreds of different skin care products. This blog post is focusing on different face masks I’ve tried recently and ones that I would recommend. I’ll be doing another blog post of my favourite skin care products. Theres nothing better than an good facial, and they are really good for your skin. Your skin is something you really need to look after, with a good skin care routine, eating healthy and more importantly drink lots of water.
Charlotte Tilbury, Goddess Skin clay mask- £38.00
I got introduced to this when I went got my makeup done at Charlotte Tilbury just before christmas as a treat and they used this mask on me before I had my makeup done and I fell in love with it instantly. Once they took the mask off it left my skin feel nourished, my pores looked tighter and instantly improved the textured of my skin. I got given one in a goodie bag at the end and once its run out I will definitely replace it. I use it once or twice a week at the moment, and its my favourite face mask of the moment!
Body Shop- £17.00 100ml
1. Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask
This is a great face mask if you want instant hydration into the skin. Its a different texture to all the other face masks I use, it just looks like your putting honey on to your face, but its cool and soothing. It leaves the skin feeling instantly soft and nourished. Its reasonably priced and lasts a long time. You can use this 1-2 times a week.
2. Chinese Ginseng & Rice clarifying polishing mask
I have dry/sensitive skin, this face mask is a gentle exfoliant, and its to abrasive on the skin. It gentle exfoliates and takes off the dead skin cells, leaving the skin feel softer with a more even skin tone. The product lasts a while, I use this once a week and it smells great!
Sephora, Sheet Masks- €6
I’ve wanted to try these for a while, when I went to Paris recently for Paris fashion week, assisting doing the makeup for the OAMC show. Went to Sephora and picked up a few things, two sheet masks I got were the green tea and the other is avocado. So far I’ve only try the green tea one and I loved it, left it on for 15 minutes, once i took it off, rubbed in the excess and my skin felt instantly refreshed. These were cheap and next time I’m near a Sephora I will defiantly pick up some more.
Thank you for reading.
Here’s my first beauty blog, I’ve decided to base it on cream eyeshadow sticks, they are an absolute essential for your makeup bag. There are so many out there to choose from, you can spend from £29 for a By Terry Ombre blackstar to £6.90 from Kiko Cosmetics. They are so easy and quick to use, to get a fast seamless look on your eyes.
Here are some of my favourites:
By Terry Ombre Blackstar- £29.00
They are probably the most expensive cream eyeshadow sticks I’ve bought. They come in 9 different shades, I went for a gold colour called Blond opal, i’m a creature of habitat and always result in reaching for the gold/warm tones when doing my eyeshadow. The second colour I got was a dark/shimmery navy blue called Blue Obsession, I’ve been trying to mix it up and go for a more of a smokey eye when doing my makeup and this is amazing. Its such a dark navy blue, you only really need this to get an instant smokey eye, its a great alternative if you don’t want to go straight for black. It doesn’t smudge, blends so easily and very pigmented.
Kiko Cosmetics, Long lasting stick- £6.90
These are the best! So cheap and affordable. I only heard about them recently when watching pixiwoos live instagram, and thought I had to try them. I would recommend these to everyone, I got three different shades, a dark grey number 19, a dark brown gold number 39 and brighter gold number 06. In the shop I wanted to buy them all, they are very long lasting with 8 hour no transfer and they definatly don’t move. They are highly pigmented, very soft and blend easily. You need to try these!
Chanel, Stylo eyeshadow- £23.00
This is also a great product, who doesn’t love Chanel makeup. I got it a few months ago when I went to a charity makeup sale held by foundation 4 change, raising money for help the refugees. I’ve always wanted to try them and its amazing, it stays on the eye and doesn’t crease at all. The colour i’ve got is 177 rose petal, its a pale subtle pink with a shimmer in it. Its defiantly worth the money!
Overall, cream shadows are 100% the way forward when doing your eyeshadow and don’t be afraid to try various ones as you’ll be surprised.
Thank you for reading.