Some current beauty loves. It’s been a little while, life has taken over and the ideas just haven’t been coming to me, but my blogging mojo is back and I’m easing my self back into posting with a few things that I can’t put down.
It’s the most extravagant lazy girl product but with summer on its way it’s the perfect no effort product. Dior Addict Lip Sugar Scrub. It’s basically a scrub in a balm stick. There is no rinsing no mess and it leaves a subtle pink balm behind. Who knew life could be so easy. If you’re applying lip product it’s the best prep for scrubbing any dry patches and priming with a bit of balm. If you’re going for nothing it again scrubs but you have the benefit of a very subtle pinky balmy fresh look.
You can’t often go wrong with a Maybelline mascara, so when I fancied a change I headed straight to the Maybelline isle and picked up an old faithful. You’ll love this too if you like length a bit of volume but nothing thick clumpy and spider leg like. It builds your lashes with out sticking them all together so you look like you’ve only got 5 fat lashes.
It seems I’m a little Maybelline heavy. These Color Tattoo pots are nothing new they’ve been around ages but they are super easy for a casual put together look. I like the colour 91 its a light pinky taupe. Perfect when I’m in a hurry on a morning because I can’t drag myself out of bed. The bits you really want to know. The wear time is good, I still like an eye primer though to hep it last, but not everyone will need one. The product is easy to work with and the colour pay off is good.
This is a duo with the last one, Clinique true bronze is something that I just didn’t use, who knows why I can’t put my finger on it. So rather than be wasteful Ive been using it with the Maybelline Color Tattoo to finish off my eye look. Running a little bit through the crease gives definition, it’s much more warm and golden for spring summer and gives a really nice soft look.
There is definitely a theme going on here. So the brush I’ve been using with the bronzer is the Tom Ford number 13. It’s fluffy but not too fluffy, giving a more precise application but still fairly soft. It’s a perfect crease sized brush and it’s pretty too.
Let me know in the comments what you’re loving.