The drugstore holds so many make-up gems and thus leaving me with a wishlist as long as my arm. I have managed to whittle it down to my top 5 products making me wanting to head down to Boots.
Red carpet events are a goldmine for journalists, critics and also beauty addicts. This years American Music Awards did not let us down. From the absolutely beautiful (Maia Mitchell), to the over done (Christina) to the damn right weird (Lil’ Mamma).
This product was a huge cult beauty item last year, and soon became a favourite over UK no1 ‘Benefits Their Real’. I jumped on the bandwagon ( as all us beauty addicts do, don’t we?) this time last year, and it has been in my basket every time I hit Debenhams.
So you may have noticed it has been a little bit quiet on the BBE front for the past week, yes? Well it’s not all bad news, although I have been away I haven’t left you all so there will be more rambles from me yet.
We are getting closer to The Hunger Games release in the UK and I am acting like a child on Christmas Eve. Today’s make-up tutorial is Effie Trinket -‘may the odd’s be ever in your favour’.
This week it is all about Chanel, yes you remember that flawless base that ruled the catwalk, that skin which makes you so jealous you turned into the hulk?! It’s easy to achieve this look plus It won’t even take you more than 5 minutes.
In anticipation of the new Hunger Games release, which is an amazing movie if I can add, I am doing four make-up looks either inspired by the Games or from the Games themselves leading up to the release date next Thursday.
Since the cold weather has hit us hard in the UK, my skin has been screaming out for help. This is no exaggeration -I can hear the screams coming from those dry patches. Origins is known for being a God of skincare, and their 10 minute drink up mask has become my all singing and …
I have been a busy, busy bee this week!
Pre my recent discovery for finger application, I have been a committed user (and abuser) of make-up brushes, and they still hold a soft spot in my heart. So it’s no wonder I want to expand my collection (it’s already pretty huge) with some great brushes which I believe would be key in everyone’s make-up …