MAC studio fix, MAC bronzing powder, Topshop Highlighter in Sunbeam, Topshop lipstick in Rumour Has It, Collection 2000 concealer in medium, Rimmel eyeliner (exaggerate), Benefit POREfessional, Benefit BROWzings in Medium, Elizabeth Arden blusher brush.
While having my cup of coffee and doing the morning browse of blogs, I decided to do a beauty post. I re-designed my button yesterday, and on it says "beauty", but I have yet to dedicate a post to beauty...so here goes.
These are my everyday, go-to products. Make up shopping is a lot of fun, especially when I have had a Nandos and have a mini food baby, but still want to splash my cash.
So, first and foremost, MAC products. As most bloggers are, I am a big fan of MAC products. I have used MAC studio fix in NW25 for quite a while now. The colour suits me perfectly and as it's a pressed powder, it's doesn't feel heavy on my skin. It last's for a while (provided you don't drop it) and at £19.50 it really is worth buying. This christmas I got the MAC bronzing powder (in matte) and I love it. My room in halls is pretty dark so thankfully this doesn't go on too heavily or I would leave everyday looking ridiculous.
Only recently did I start filling in my eyebrows, but it really does make a difference to my face. People commented, saying I had done something to my hair, or my face shape had changed. Nope, I just bought Benefits Browzings in Medium. If you don't already, start experimenting with your eyebrows. It really does make a difference.
These two lipsticks are standing in for my everyday lipstick (which has sadly ran out) MAC lustre in jubilee. The first is Topshop, which must be limited edition, as I cannot find it anywhere. Then the second is a coral lipstick I picked up in France, by a brand called Biguine. They are both a bit more daring than my usual MAC. Maybe it's a good thing it ran out then?
What are your go-to products? Are you going crazy for POREfessional like everyone else? Let me know!