I originally wanted to do this post as a YouTube tutorial but I wanted my YouTube channel to be my focus in 2018 so I’ve decided to only post my last Cheese Postie review on that channel.
This isn’t a tutorial as such but I will explain how I created the look and the products I used to create it. This is definitely a beginner friendly look so don’t worry! No smokey eyes or contouring here!
As mentioned in my last makeup collection post, this is my last post of this kind until January.
This is because I want to keep Blogmas clear of existing content and have 25 days of fresh content- aside from one or two posts.
This post is a longer one because it is my highlighter collection! My highlighter collection is nowhere near as big as I would like it to be but for now, this is what I have.
So as mentioned last week, this post contains all the blush that I own! I own a lot of blush despite not actually using it that often. I find that blush on my pale skin just makes me look like a Russian doll!
So you’re probably wondering why primers and bronzers have been mashed together for this post but hey, why not? Both were going to be tiny posts so I combined them! It’s not the most normal combination but roll with me, guys.
Once again I have to apologise for the lack of continuity BUT the good news is that I’m sorting my life out (ha, as if!) and planning to make this a weekly thing as I first intended.
This week I’m going to be listing my powders and that includes banana powders, pressed powders and setting powders. This list is nowhere near as long as some of it’s counterparts so hang tight, I won’t keep you long!
So as mentioned in one of my previous posts, I’m a Media Makeup and Hair student and this means I get to work on a variety of different people who, obviously, have different skin tones. This means that in my kit, I need a variety of different foundations that will suit the other girls in my class.
Never in my life did I ever think I would end up writing a post to justify spending £37 on a single eyeshadow palette.
This just doesn’t happen.
But here we are. I decided to buy that god damn Morphe x Jaclyn Hill palette that everyone loves and raves about.
£37 for one item.
So before college on Friday, I decided to take the train up to Birmingham and treat myself to a bit of a shopping trip. I’ve been in desperate need of some retail therapy and yes, for those wondering, it did help.
I live about an hour away from Birmingham so took the train up at 8:30am and spent around 2 hours in the city browsing and spending some dosh.
I apologise for the long gap between posts but life’s been a bit hectic and posting has been hard!
This is part two of my makeup collection series and today I’m listing all my concealers and colour correcting products. This is one of my bigger collections (but wait until we get to lipsticks!) so bear with me on the slightly longer post!
So after the success of my 7 Day Skin Rehab, I decided to contact YesTo to thank them for ultimately saving my skin from total obliteration.
To my utter surprise, they emailed me back asking if I would like to try their DIY Charcoal mask and review it here on my blog!