I have never really been a blush girl and that could be due to the fact I’ve never had a blush I fell in love with, until now.
When I first saw the Zoeva Pink Spectrum blush palette I was hesitant as there is one colour of the four I was a bit apprehensive about. The colours are beautiful, especially PK020: it’s a warm pink and very flattering to my paler skin. The other colours are just as fabulous: PK010 has a light shimmer to it; and PK030 is a purple/pink tone blush. The last blush is PK040 and this is the one I’m a tad afraid of – it’s a hot pink bold blush, its not to say I won’t try it sometime, but right now I just don’t have the balls!
Jouer Powder Highlighter in citrine is gorgeous! The shine is unbelievable and a little bit goes a long way – which is always a bonus. I like the fact you can build up this highlighter, so the Gods can see you!
Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit Sugar, beautiful packaging – anything with shine to it is always a plus for me, but the highlighters themselves are truly stunning! Marshmallow being a favourite and Butterscotch being a close second, the other two: Starburst and Gumdrop I have yet to try. All the colours are gorgeous and the range is a big bonus but I don’t feel this glow kit has as much shine as the Jouer Powder Highlight. But the kit does push your makeup one step further – the shades glide on, when they catch the light they really do look flawless. And having four shades is always great. If I had to pick though, I would choose Jouer Powder Highlighter purely because it doesn’t take a lot to get that shine on.
Prices of the product.
Anastasia Beverly Hills: £41.00
I bought these products back in February. The cushion foundation is slowly fading away (sad times) but the fact it has lasted so long shows that it is a great investment – I used it a fair bit nearly every day. I have also put down the colours I got them in!
I have dryish skin on my forehead but everywhere else isn’t too bad, of course I have those annoying things; pores which will ruin me! I’m also quite pale, so sometimes it is hard to find a foundation that is just right and not too yellowy for me
The DiorSkin Forever Perfect Cushion (012) is fabulous and I will be purchasing another cushion soon. It’s light, barely feels like anything is on your face, coverage isn’t too bad but if there is a slight blemish you will for sure need to use some concealer. It is great for pores, mine aren’t as noticeable and really gives me a fresh look.
The DiorSkin Nude Air Loose Powder (010) I use this a lot too; it does give a lovely finish, not too heavy and it sets everything perfectly. I use this for nights out as well, plus it’s a bit of a bonus but the container/pot looks cute!
I think these products are worth the price, I am a tad picky with foundation, it’s hard to find one that stays on and doesn’t feel too heavy. I think these two together are perfect, they do the job I need.
So if you are looking for a light coverage and comfortable foundation then this could be a great fit for you!
DiorSkin Forever Perfect Cushion (012)- £35.00
DiorSkin Nude Air Loose powder( 010)-£36.50
So, I’m here to share my opinion about mainly makeup because I might have a slight obsession with make up, but who doesn’t? But I will also discuss things I like as well maybe music, films and other bits and bobs although it will be heavily based on makeup!
I would love to hear from you and if you want any reviews on a product and I can see what I can do!
I’ll always give the basic details, updates if it is anything about skin and how the product works for me. I will give tips that may not be new but It works for me, I am in no way fabulous at makeup and I just know I have a passion for it, that’s why I would like to share it with you and hope we can all enjoy it!
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-Dior Makeup review
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