You probably won’t believe me when I say I don’t actually wear a lot of metallic or shimmery eyeshadows. As much as I love them, and believe me I do, my go-to are mattes. And scorched, deliciously rich warm toned mattes, now that is what my dreams are made of. I know the market is… Continue reading Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat Review
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BECCA Cosmetics Bright Eyes – This collection sees the addition of two new products to their range – an Anti-Fatigue Primer and a Brightening Setting Powder. These in conjunction with the ever popular Under-Eye Brightening Corrector, which now has two shades, make up the Bright Eyes line.
Favourites – it has certainly been a while, but it;s about damn time I updated my readers with a few noteworthy prodz. Favourites include MooGoo, Tarte, Total Face Group, MAC and Becca Cosmetics.
From first glance, the range of shades in the palette are really pretty and right up my alley. The 12 shades range from champagnes and golds to a bright cranberry and rich burgundies. The inclusion of two matte shades makes this palette really versatile and allows the user to create a complete look from the one palette.
Just in case you’re new here, or have ignored my praises of the Glycolic Scrub for the last two years, here is a little run down. Targeted towards most skin types (excluding highly sensitive, red irritated skin), the Glycolic scrub is not only a physical scrub, but it also gives you the added benefits of chemical exfoliation, which in turn deeply cleans the pores and removed dead skin cells, leaving your skin as fresh as can be. While the formula is super effective, it is surprisingly gentle for the amount of active ingredients.