Wednesday, 19 April 2017

WTF CARROT SHAMPOO? | YES TO CARROTS SHAMPOO REVIEW & MY HAIRCARE ROUTINE


I think every girl hates washing her hair. I am that girl. I wash my hair as little as possible trying to keep it to once a week. I mentioned in a few posts about my paranoia regarding hair loss and how I switched to sulphate free shampoos as a solution. The clogged hair in the drain post-shower causes a sinking feeling in my stomach, but simply brushing my hair through with a wide tooth comb pre-shower and using a sulphate-free shampoo remedies this nicely. In fact, I just washed my long hair and there wasn't a single hair left in the bath or the plug hole. I have been using the Yes To Carrots Shampoo (£5) for a few months now, and here is how I have been finding it. 


A carrot shampoo might sound off-putting initially, but I watched a Farah Dhukai DIY insta-tutorial (you know how much I love an insta-tutorial) where she kindly explained all the amazing benefits of carrots for hair. Carrots are supposed to be fantastic for repairing hair breakage and strengthening damaged hair. My hair isn't  particularly damaged or broken but I do feel it is thinning gradually over time. You can see that post below.


1 INGREDIENT TO: -STOP HAIR BREAKAGE, THICKEN HAIR -GET RID OF DRY SKIN, DARK SPOTS, ACNE AND GET THE BEST SKIN EVER👏🏾 💇🏽💇🏾‍♂️Does your hair break so much that youre considering cutting it all off? Is your skin so dry and flakey and/or do you have dark spots/acne/aging skin🐫 THEN this 1 ingredient is for YOU and its SUPER EASY TO GET AND ITS SO CHEAP!!! ❄️Once the season starts changing my skin gets super dry and the cold, dry air makes my hair weaker and break easily, SO every year around this time THISSSS is my FAV! I have been using this in the winter for 4+ years now and believe me when i tell you this - its dope. ALL YOU NEED: ✅100% carrot juice - make your own or buy it (make sure its 100% pure) - COST = $5. I get 3 uses out of my bottle (so $1.60 per use) ✅cotton sheet mask - pack of 50 from amazon - COST = $5 (10 cents per mask) TOTAL COST FOR HAIR AND SKIN = $1.70 - WIN. yay for math🤓 Fill a spray bottle with the carrot juice apply it all over your hair and scalp 🐰soak the cotton sheet mask in the juice apply to your face ⏰Leave on for 20 min Do this 1-2 times per week *if you have lighter hair that is very porous do a test patch first to make sure the carrot doesnt stain your hair, same thing goes if you have very fair skin. always do a test patch no matter what! 🐰WHY RABBITS LIKE CARROT SO MUCH AND WHY YOU SHOULD TOO: -JAM PACKED with vitamins A,K,C and B VITAMINS- INCREDIBLE for hair thickness, hair STRENGTH and SHINE and hair LIFE! makes your hair smooth and healthy- great for damaged hair -Vitamins A and K are great for aging skin and Vitamin C brightens dark spots, dark circles, uneven skin+pigmentation. -Anti-inflammitory so it soothes/prevents/gets rid of acne! -If you really want your hair and skin to be the best its ever looked - i challenge you to drink 1 glass of carrot juice PER day and after 1 month, youll notice a HUGE difference. If you do this challenge, youll also have the strongest nails on the block 👇🏽Tag a friend who could use this and 👍🏾like this video for more cheap and easy ways to take care of your hair and skin! ❤️ILUFAM Disclaimer: always do a test patch 1st
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Because I wait so long between washes my scalp can get dry and itchy at times. The carrot shampoo does not smell very strongly of carrots at all. It is quite a natural, inoffensive scent. The lack of sulphate means that the shampoo doesn't get all sudsy, Herbal Essence orgasm-inducing bubbles, if you know what I mean. It still lathers but only gently and it feels both soothing and nourishing on the scalp. I am halfway through the bottle and have used it over a dozen times. I enjoy the scent and the sensation and find it works well paired with almost any conditioner


After conditioning my hair, I wash the rest of my body allowing my hair to dry as much as possible in the shower. Then, I use an oversized T-shirt to "towel" dry as it is softer an causes less frizz and breakage. Once I am happy with the state of my damp hair, I usually apply a pump of the L'Oreal Elvive Hair Serum, which smells divine and leave my hair to air dry. Unfortunately, the shampoo isn't bright orange which would be really cool. It's clear and I apply a generous amount directly to my scalp as that's where it works its magic. I take care to massage it into my scalp like the hairdresser does mostly because it feels so good and allegedly does something to the hair follicles encouraging growth. My hair has always been long and I never see that changing to be honest. 


Overall, I think this is one of my favourite haircare products of all time. I don't know if it is the placebo effect or not but my hair feels really healthy and clean after using it for a prolonged period of time. All I want is to wash my hair as little as possible. I don't use dry shampoo very much as I dislike product build up and most dry shampoos leave a white residue in my hair, although Batiste do a really good one which comes out brown instead of white. Consequently, my shampoo has to do most of the work and this is the only shampoo I have used that keeps my hair presentable for seven days. Thank you so much for reading, please leave a comment with your favourite haircare products and shampoos down below. It would mean a lot to me. Hope you're having a great week. Take care.

What is your go-to shampoo?

Love 
Kiran

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Sunday, 16 April 2017

COACHELLA GLAM | FESTIVAL MAKEUP LOOK INSPIRED BY KAUSHAL BEAUTY PLUS TIPS ON RECREATING YOUTUBE TUTORIALS

Coachella Makeup Look by +Kaushal Beauty 
Hey guys, I wanted to share a makeup look I worked on yesterday with you all inspired by the unbelievably stunning Kaushal Beauty (as pictured above). If you are anything like me then you spend a good chunk of your down time on YouTube watching and gazing in awe at many a tutorial. I first joined the world of YouTube at eighteen and immersed myself in the beauty community. The only issue was it made me want so much, I would see all these incredible tutorials and feel like I had to go out and buy all the products that person used. I was young and impatient. I wanted to be good at makeup and good at life, and I sucked at both. I remember tweeting one well-known YouTuber lamenting how hard, most of the, products she used were to get hold of in the UK and she quite simply replied with use something similar. It is the best advice I have received via Twitter to this day and I can't believe I never thought of something so obvious myself. 

Coachella Makeup Look by @KaushalBeauty
I have discussed previously the unrealistic beauty ideals YouTube has helped perpetuate (read more about that here) and Kaushal and I are miles apart in terms of skill, camera quality and frankly her phenomenal good looks. So don't be disheartened if your recreation doesn't turn out perfect or as you expected, be proud of the work you put in and push yourself out of your comfort zone. Think about how much makeup you own and how little of it you actually use. I loved working on this look as I got to use products I have barely touched in years like the Sigma Resort Palette. I owned a few products that Kaushal used, but a lot of the time I had to think outside of the box which was a fun challenge for me. 


You can watch Kaushal's brilliant tutorial in full below to see how she created the look and what she used. I will include a list of what products she used where and what products I used instead. Hand on heart, I have never tried my hand at a look like this before nor have I ever attempted such a bold wing. I still shied away from some of the more bolder elements in her look like the dots of glitter and the fake lip ring which brings me to another tip. We're all different, what works on someone else may not work on us. We have different eye shapes, faces, complexions, skin tones and preferences. Always adapt a look to suit your needs, if you prefer a matte foundation switch it up. Be true to yourself but be inspired by others. For instance, as this was a new look for me I did my eye makeup first. I also used tape to help map out my wing and I experimented with different colours. 


KAUSHAL'S PRODUCTS | KIRAN'S ALTERNATIVES
NYX Warm Neutrals Palette | Papaya from Sigma Resort Palette
Kiko Long Lasting Eyeshadow Stick in 31 Iris Blue | Sigma Resort Palette in Neela
NYX Glitter Glue | Not necessary as I didn't use loose glitter
LIT Cosmetics Goober Grape Glitter | Colour Pop Super Shock Shadow in Patchwork
Lilly Lashes in Miami | No False Lashes but KISS and Ardell are my favourites
The Body Shop Contour Kit | Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder in Deep


OTHER PRODUCTS I USED


I didn't have a purple eyeliner to use so instead I used a purple mascara and just used a thin brush to sketch out a line on my eyes. It wasn't as hard as I thought it would be, I find winged eyeliner so intimidating. The hardest part is making them even and actually being able to see. A good magnifying mirror is crucial. For the line on my chin I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk. At first I tried using both card and sellotape to try and sketch out a perfect line but it was actually easier to freehand the line in one stroke. I rarely ever do anything to my brows but they were looking sparse so I added Corruption eyeshadow to fill in the gaps and some glitter strokes too for an element of fun. My brows aren't nearly as tidy and sculpted as Kaushal's so I didn't do the neat line of glitter as it would only emphasis the unruly nature of my existing brows. It's not perfect but it turned out much better than I hoped. Thank you so much for reading, I would love to know who your favourite muas and YouTubers are, please let me know in the comments. You can follow me on SnapChat and Instagram for more makeup, my username is alittlekiran and please follow me on Bloglovin' to stay up to date. Thank you, hope you are having a great Easter weekend. Take care. 

Who are your favourite makeup artists and YouTube channels to watch?

Love 
Kiran


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Friday, 14 April 2017

I ❤ SPRING TAG


The beautiful Hannah from Floraful tagged me to do this seasonally appropriate tag. I rarely get tagged to do these kind of things so needless to say I feel pretty cool right now, look at me with my cool blogger friends being cool and doing cool tags. I feel like I have arrived in the blogger world officially. I love Spring. This tag is all about Spring so let's dive in and of course I tag everyone who reads this to do it too, but I will also call out some individuals at the end as well and hopefully they will do it too. This is essentially a list of Spring Favourites and covers both fashion, beauty and more.

Spring Nail Polish
I love Prickly Pear by Barry M. It is a stunning lilac shade, I also love any baby blue shade too.

Must Have Lip Colour
I am currently obsesses with the NYX Butter Glosses, Prague is a gorgeous gloss.

Spring Dress
A tough one but the leaf applique dresses on the TopShop website are so beautiful. I especially love this berry coloured dress and this blue dress. They would make the perfect wedding guest outfit.


Flower
I have been really into peonies lately. This might be because I am rewatching Gossip Girl and peonies happen to be Blair Waldorf's favourite flower. They are so pretty and bright, but I have always loved sunflowers and violets as well. 

Accessory
Flower crowns have been looking might attractive to me lately. Must be all this Coachella fever.

Favourite Spring Makeup/Fashion Trends
Festival makeup looks are my favourite, they are just so fun and full of glitter and stars and holographic effects. I love all the many different looks people create and I have been a fan of the glossy lip trend and cold shoulder fashion that came about last year as well. 


Perfume/Body Spray
Still obsessed and more than halfway through my Jo Malone perfume in Nectarine and Honey. 

Spring At Home
England is a temperamental beast, Spring runs colder than I would like but it is still bright and April is the month of showers, but so far we have been pretty lucky with the weather. 

What is your favourite thing about Spring?
I love the longer daylight hours they make me really happy. The constant darkness of winter does tend to get me down, I also like the Easter bank holiday, the slightly nicer weather and the onslaught of weddings that come about this time of year. The air just feels so much lighter in Spring.


Are you a Spring Cleaner?
No.

Any plans for Spring?
I have ideas not plans, I want to visit a few national parks. There is so much of England and the United Kingdom in general that I haven't seen. A few places on my list are the Lake District, Belfast and Brighton. 

I hope you enjoyed this post, I tag Sal from Umm Baby Beauty, Shireen from Reflection of Sanity, Cy from Dulce de Mango, Nicole from The Glam Surge, Parie from Class & Glitter and Nida from Caked to the Nines as well as everyone else who reads this post. Enjoy the weekend. Take care.

What are your favourite things about Spring?

Love 
Kiran

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

REVIEW | BLANK CANVAS COSMETICS MASTER SERIES THE ONE PALETTE SWATCHES


Like I mentioned in my last post, Blank Canvas Cosmetics sent me a few products to review and the Master Series One Palette* (£30) was one of them. I have seen this gorgeous neutral palette floating around on the blogosphere and it immediately caught my eye. We all know eyeshadow palettes are my greatest weakness so I was definitely excited to receive this in the mail. I love that it is mostly matte shadows, in fact 11 matte shadows and 1 shimmer shade. If you want to hear more about what I think of this palette and see some swatches please keep reading. 


SWATCHES

Top Row (see picture above)
Lily - cream coloured matte. Pigmented and smooth.
Goddess - champagne shimmer highlight shade. Great colour payoff, looks pretty packed on the lid.
Core - flesh coloured matte. Disappeared right into my skin, but very smooth texture.  
Hibiscus - medium brown warm matte. Looks chalky on the arm but applies evenly with a brush.
Brazen - terracotta mattte. Not great colour payoff but ideal for a wash of colour. 
Carmin - warm brickish brown matte. Stunning pigmentation both with a finger and a brush. 

Bottom row (see picture below)
Cocoa - chocolate brown matte. Looks chalky on the arm but applies well with a brush.
Downtown - muddy brown cool toned matte. Very earthy toned brown, not my favourite shade. 
Forzia - cement coloured brown matte. Great transition shade.
Hickory - deep cool brown matte. Slightly patchy, needs a little more work to blend nicely. 
Strut - light brown with an orange undertone matte. Very soft and smooth shadow. 
Corruption - matte black. Pretty disappointing, not a rich intense black but a good "deepener".



Honestly, when I swatched these on my arm I was disappointed. They didn't wow me with pigmentation or texture and a lot of them looked chalky and really similar in colour. However, they apply phenomenally on the eyes, really smooth and easy to blend. In addition, I experienced no fall out whatsoever. In spite of being pigmented and true to colour they weren't powdery at all which is practically unheard of. The shadows are all very similar in tone, there are a lot of browns and oranges but the colours work well together enabling you to create many looks and to top it all off Goddess is the perfect shimmer shade. You can use it packed heavily all over the lids or just as an inner corner highlight. Overall, I really like this palette. It doesn't look all that exciting but it is a great neutral palette and it contains every transition colour anyone could ever need. Thank you for reading my review. I would love to know what your favourite neutral palettes are, leave me a comment below. Hope you guys are having a great week, already it has been pretty hectic for me. Take care. 

What are your favourite eyeshadow palettes?

Love 
Kiran


*This product was sent to me in exchange for an honest review
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Saturday, 8 April 2017

HOT OR NOT | BLANK CANVAS COSMETICS BRUSHES & AIRBRUSH BLENDER SPONGE BEAUTY BLENDER DUPE?


Do you know how much I love makeup brushes? Because it's a lot and I own a lot but I keep adding more. Blank Canvas Cosmetics sent me a generous box of makeup brushes, beauty sponges that look just like the beauty blender and even their Master Series Palette and words cannot express how happy it made me to open this box of pure beauty. Read on to hear what I think about them all, and please share your favourite makeup brushes in the comments with me below. My next post will be about the Master Series Palette which I am still playing with so stay tuned for that on Monday. 


I received a handful of these gorgeous teardrop bright pink Airbrush Blender Sponges (£6 each). I found them to be quite comparable to the beauty blender, so much so that I genuinely can't spot the difference between them and my actual beauty blender. They are soft and expand under water, they apply liquid foundation like a dream giving a seamless, flawless base. I also use it to press translucent loose powder into my skin and bake and it does this beautifully too. A great option for anyone who doesn't want to pay the £16 for the original beauty blender. This one is a spot on dupe


I love these Hot Pink Gold Brushes because their bristles are tightly packed. The F31 Targeted Contour Brush (£13) is great for carving out the cheekbones and blending a cream contour. I love using the FO1 Quick Brush (£13.70) for mineral foundation and powder. It really is a quick brush that is perfect for my early morning rush every week day. It makes base makeup fast and easy, which is what I need on a Monday morning. The FO8 Dome Buffing Brush (£12.80) is great for anything, one of the most versatile brushes I own and can be used for foundation, concealer, contour or blush, even packing on powder. The bright pink adds a gorgeous pop of colour to my brushes. 


My favourite of all their brushes are the Rose Gold and Black Brushes. A lot of them have been adopted into my daily routine including the ones you see above. The F34 Large Powder Brush (£12.80) is what I use last to dust loose powder on my face, the F20 Buffer Brush (£12.80) is fantastic for foundation, it makes even hard to blend foundations apply evenly. I haven't used the F33 Extreme Contour Brush (£12.80) as much as the others but its unique, curved shape lends itself well to heavy contouring. Overall, the face brushes work very well but I did find it took several uses to get used to them because of their longer than usual handles and bristles. After multiple uses they do become less stiff and adapt to the natural contours of your face. They come in many sets or can be bought separately at a reasonable price. I love that they are made of synthetic hair and are vegan. 


The eye brushes, on the other hand, weren't my favourite. The longer bristles and slightly stiffer texture meant they were great at detail work and placing product but not as good at blending. I still get a lot of use out of them and they create really gorgeous looks. Like the face brushes after a few uses they become a lot easier to use and the EO1 Round Eye Blending Brush (£6.84) is now one I use every day for my crease. Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post. Have you heard of Blank Canvas Cosmetics? What are your favourite brushes? Let me know below in the comments, I hope you are all having a brilliant weekend and enjoying the sunshine. Take care. 

Have you tried anything from Blank Canvas Cosmetics?

Love 
Kiran


*These products were sent to me in exchange for an honest review.
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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

BEAUTY NEWS | NEW TOO FACED HANGOVER 3 IN 1 REPLENISHING PRIMER AND SETTING SPRAY



Too Faced is bringing out a brand new setting spray, but not just an ordinary setting spray. This pretty pink mist is the sister product of the Too Faced Hangover Face Primer (see this post). A shout out to Parie from Class & Glitter who tweeted about it and alerted me to the existence of this new product. You're the best, Parie! Also check out this Bustle Article on the Too Faced spray where Parie is mentioned! How cool is that? Super frickin' cool.  The spray is said to be a 3-in-1, it can be used as a priming spray like the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water, as a setting spray like the Urban Decay All Nighter and as a hydrating mist like the Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist. In addition, it also contains coconut water so I am hoping it smells like coconut and is formulated without alcohol, silicone or oil. So it won't be drying or greasy. perfect for all skin types! It retails for $32 so probably around £27. What's not to love? 


I am really really excited about this and cannot wait for it to hit stores. I wish we didn't have to wait until June. I think this will be excellent in the heat and I do hope it does what it says and makes your makeup last. It is alleged to contain vitamins and other hydrating products to revive and refresh the skin to give your skin some life. I don't know about you but I look like I have a hangover most days just because I sleep so poorly so this will be a welcome addition to my makeup stash. Plus, I bloody love the smell of coconuts. Let me know what you think of this upcoming product from Too Faced in the comments below and share your current favourite primers and setting sprays with me too. Thank you so much for reading, I hope you liked this post and are having a great week. Take care. 

What do you think of the Hangover 3-in-1 Replenishing Primer and Setting Spray?

Love 
Kiran


*Photos courtesy of Too Faced Instagram, post will be updated with any additional information. 
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Saturday, 1 April 2017

MARCH FAVOURITES & FAILS | MAKEUP BEAUTY SKINCARE


Heads up: this is the longest post ever, sincerest apologies. I took a break from doing monthly favourites for a spell. Not because I don’t love writing them – they are actually one of my favourite – but because I never have my shit together by the end of the month. I always want to include products I have never mentioned before and ultimately decide to hold off until I have done a review first, but now I say to hell with it. I got back from France just yesterday (post soon, if you want . . . let me know?) and the weather was so bright I wanted to play with shadows and light in my pictures for something a bit different. I have both favourites and epic disappointments in this post so hold onto your hats. I’m excited. Hope you are too, much love guys let's jump in. 


FAVOURITES

Eyes.
We shall start with the favourites first as I have a lot more of them, thankfully. The first is the Master Palette by Mario (out of stock - only find an eBay buy with caution) from Anastasia Beverly Hills (review here). This palette stole my cold dead heart because it is everything EVERYTHING for brown eyes. I love it more than the Modern Renaissance palette and I reach for it all the time. Took this and the Huda Beauty Rose Gold Palette (review here) to France and didn’t even pull Huda out of the sleeve; it was surplus to requirements. My only con is that the shadows do have a lot of kickback but the quality is spectacular and the colour selection is so versatile and appealing that it outweighs the single drawback. You can tell from the photos that my palette is beat-the-shit-up and yet I am not close to hitting pan on even one shadow. This beauty will take you from day to night easy, I don’t think it would work on people with super pale skin but for all you warm, olive-toned honeys get your hands on this if you still can. This palette should not be limited edition at all.


Skincare.
My friend recommended the Tea Tree Micellar Water (£3.29) from Superdrug and I love it. Tea tree oil on its own is incredibly potent so this a lovely, gentle way to reap the benefits. I have unbalanced, acne prone, oily, annoying af skin and this really helps keep it calm and balanced. I use it as a toner more so than a micellar water. I like to use it straight after I have cleansed my face and then go in with my trusty Liquid Gold. I have loads of other skincare products that I have fallen in love with this past month but you’ll have to be patient because I am determined to get reviews up first, stay tuned. 


Primers.
It's prime-time: 3 primers that I put to use this month are the Dr Brant Pores No More (£31), Too Faced Hangover Primer (£27) and Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eye Primer (£17). I have been using Shadow Insurance, yes the same tiny tube, for almost 3 years (don’t call the police) I don’t think I am even halfway through it. It works like a dream for me, I know it receives mixed reviews but I reckon I will only need this one tube for the rest of my life. My eyeshadow sticks to it and lasts all day. What more could you want? As for the Too Faced Hangover Primer, my skin has been feeling dry particularly around the mouth and this is the most hydrating primer I have ever used. Plus, it doesn’t make my oily skin feel greasy and it smells like coconut. The packaging is gorgeous, primers that come with pumps make me feel so fancy I want to change my name to Chanel and move to Monaco. Which brings me to Pores No More, not quite as pretty but also with a pump and cap, if you have pores this will be your best friend.  It has a colour to it but it fills in your pores and smells really good, you only need a small amount as well and it works great beneath all makeup. 

Lips.
The NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams (£6) have been buzzed about from kingdom come and I purchased three eons ago. Being the weakling that I am I couldn’t remove the outer plastic packaging so let it sit forgotten in an old makeup bag. I fished it out when creating a look for the blog (see here) and felt insta-love for this tiny tube of nude goodness. The colour London (a mid-tone beige) is my ride or die at the moment, I don’t even want to think about the other two it would feel like cheating. I love her, she’s beautiful and she flatters me oh so well. Nudes for my skin tone have to be a little darker so this is honestly the perfect shade for meThey smell like cake, apply smooth and buttery like a mousse and dry down matte but genuinely feel like nothing on the lips. I didn’t know this was possible. Obsessed. 


Lashes.
The only thing I hate more than wearing and removing mascara is washing my hair, but also wearing and removing mascara on holiday tops both. Hate it. So, quelle surprise, when in France I didn’t even pack a mascara, not on purpose but it seems my subconscious acts on my behalf more often than I knew. I did, however, throw in a cheap pair of eyelash curlers (£2.30) in my suitcase and they were a lifesaver. They make such a difference to my eyes and make it so I don’t even feel I need mascara, that extra boost at the roots of my lashes gives an instant fanned out effect. I don’t think I will ever wear mascara again. 

Nails.
I got my nails done for the first time ever almost 2 weeks ago, just a nude gel mani so I didn’t have to look at my chipped nails while I was abroad. She did a stellar job and even now my nails are in perfect condition. I am shook. I can’t wait to see how long they last. In addition, my nails feel really strong as well they are all the same length and I have no issue with breaking or anything. I do all kinds of mad shit on holidays, I hike, climb, clean, wrestle with my suitcase, doors and stairs on the regular and through it all my nails remained impeccable and intact. I am so impressed. The next time I go I am going to opt for something bolder but I highly recommend checking out your local nail salon if chipped, imperfect nails bother you as much as me especially as pre-holiday prep. I can see myself getting lash extensions next, when did I become so boujee


FAILS

Foundation.
I mentioned the L'Oreal Total Cover Infallible (£10) foundation before (see this post) and so you all have an idea that it’s not at the top of my list already but since then I have fallen out of mild dislike and into vivid hate with it. Only because it should be my perfect foundation so it low key angers me that it’s not at all working for me. None of the shades seem to match me which is infuriating and on top of this the formula is thick and streaky and feels heavy and looks cakey. I can’t find a single thing I like about it, I want to throw it into the sea but I wouldn’t because the sea is far too beautiful to be associated with such a lacklustre foundation, maybe I will toss it into my local grungy canal instead. I swear there are dead bodies floating in that cesspool. Joke guys, you know I recycle. I am an upstanding member of society. let the people know (if you got that OITNB reference I love you).



Blush.
I really wanted to love this, Tati from Glam Life Guru mentioned Peach Honey (£18) from Pixi by Petra and it looked so gorgeous on her that I wanted it for myself immediately. It was glowy, radiant and just made her look so healthy as if she drank water and meditated 24/7. I am not sure if it was the shade I picked, Rose Gold (£18) because it looked more suited to my darker skin tone, or if the camera lied to me but this was just like pure shimmer on the cheeks. No colour whatsoever, it looked like nothing but sparkles and I was utterly underwhelmed and agonised because this tiny thing does not come cheap. You get a kabuki brush with it which is wonderfully soft but not worth it A total waste of cash, if any of you want it let me know and I will send it to you in the post for free. I really don’t mind. You can email me alittlekiran@gmail.com and we can work something out. 


You have reached the end of this post, congratulations. I had no intentions of it being this long but it seems I had a lot to say. Thank you so much for reading and to all of you who kept coming back even while I was away you are the fucking best, no doubt about it. Thank you, keep up to date by following me on Bloglovin' here and have a kickass weekend. Don't forget to share your product loves and hates in the comments below and feel free to bask me in compliments for actually managing to post this. It really means a lot to me that you read my shit, lots of love. Take care. 

What were your favourite and fails in March?

Love 
Kiran

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