Monday, 31 August 2015

Day 31 | Party Favourites

If you read my last post you would know that I was deliberating how to interpret this post. I have decided on doing a party playlist because listening to music is just the perfect escapism, and it has the additional benefit of blocking out noise including any creeps that are trying to talk to you. You can see the list at the end of this post, first let's get the beauty bit out of the way.

My party favourites are always the same, I always (almost always) wear a dress to parties just because I'm a dress kind of girl. I also tend to be more ambitious with my makeup which means I'll attempt applying liquid eyeliner which takes me actual hours to apply - I'm stubborn though so it all works out okay. Then, if I take a bag (which is rare), I will pack a powder foundation and whatever lipstick I am wearing and anything else that I deem essential: money, ID, lip balm etc. In my mind this is how my makeup looks, but in reality probably not.

Jaclyn Hill's Birthday Makeup
 So here are ten songs, that I love at the moment and therefore my ideal party playlist. Bearing in mind that I like to sing along to songs, lyrics are very important to me, so they're not all mash-ups. 

Fetty Wap - Trap Queen
Love the original of this song, but found an amazing acoustic cover also. If you love acoustic covers as much as I do then you need to subscribe to the KHS (Kurt Hugo Schneider) YouTube channel because he collaborates with so many other talented musicians on YouTube to create incredible high quality covers. Plus, his brother Max is really cute and has a great voice.

Fifth Harmony ft. Kid Ink - Worth It
Great song to dance to as demonstrated by Liza Koshy.
Justin Bieber - Where R U Now
Little Mix - Hair
Rita Ora ft. Chris Brown - Body On Me
I didn't want to like this song, I really didn't, but I do.
Nicki Minaj ft. Meek Mill & Chris Brown - All Eyes On You
Omarion ft. Chris Brown - Post To Be
August Alsina ft. Nicki Minaj - No Love
One of my favourite songs right now, August Alsina has such a good voice.
Iggy Azalea ft. Jennifer Hudson - Trouble
Rita Ora - Posion

They're all great songs, I could continue writing this list for hours but I stopped myself. If you like any of these songs, or if you have any other musical suggestions let me know in a comment, that would be awesome. Thank you for reading, take care.

Love ♥


August Favourites

I've been trying this new thing where I stop spending ridiculous amounts of money on things I don't actually need. I feel like I say that every month but this time I mean it. So I don't have that many products that spring to mind and I am sure that a lot of them are products I have previously mentioned. Nevertheless, if you're interested please keep reading, all the links and prices are included. 

The first thing is Argan Oil, I am so late to the party on this one. I put a little bit on the ends of my hair after towel-drying and I'm obsessed with the scent and the texture; I want to bathe in it. You get 100ml and a little goes such a long way. I wish this had been in my life sooner and it has replaced the L'Oreal Serum I used to rave about, because it smells better, but they both essentially do the same thing. 

Apart from that, I have been trying out the Original Beauty Blender. The one that's pink, and I actually really like it. For blending out concealer it is a dream, just a few quick damps and you're done . . .snap, let's go. For foundation, I find it a little trickier and it takes more patience. I would say start with a small amount of product on the back of your hand instead of pouring out the total amount you would use for your whole face. I know a lot of makeup artists use a brush first and then use the Beauty Blender to remove any excess foundation on the skin, so I might try that. I really want the black one, I am not sure how they differ, I just know the black one looks cooler. 

I have mentioned this product before but it is one of the best scrubs I have ever tried. It's abrasive without being harsh, and it leaves your skin feeling so soft plus it smells like a clean, sweet ocean, and isn't that what we all want? I used it after returning from Copenhagen, I felt like crap after being at the airport all night, and then spending so much time waiting at the train station and then finally getting home. I was exhausted and that shower was the best shower I have ever had in my life. I have never felt cleaner, so much so, I am going to write a post about it later. The Body Butter is pretty good too.

Another slightly random favourite is that X Factor is back on. I love the auditions because you get to see people just kill it on stage without knowing what they are capable of. There are already quite a few good acts in the mix, I love Louisa Johnson's audition, she sang the Jackson 5 song Who's Loving You? it is one of my all-time favourite songs and vocals.

 Also, Josh Daniel's audition at the end of yesterday's episode who sang Jealous by Labrinth. I feel like he could drop a record right now and I would buy it/download it. 

Speaking of music, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift both came out with two awesome new music videos to accompany their latest singles, and I am obsessed with both. I didn't think I could like anything more than Where Are U Now (I am not even going to talk about the spelling) but What Do You Mean? comes a close second, and who knows it might overtake. Watch his video below. His hair in this makes me laugh so hard, I feel it is his destiny to always have bad hair. 

Taylor Swift's Bad Blood music video was such a disappointment to me, she had so many awesome people in it and she could have done so much more; I was unimpressed. However, she totally brought it back with this new music video for Wildest Dreams, it reminds me so much of early Lana Del Rey songs but I dig it. You can check that out below as well. 

I also like the Little Mix song Hair, it's pretty good, I promise. That's all for this month, I think, I also really enjoyed Copenhagen that was cool and I got two jobs after applying to many jobs in the land, so even better! Thank you for reading, tell me your favourites for this month in the comments, all the posts for August Beauty Challenge are up so check them out and leave feedback, I appreciate it,. Take care.

Love ♥

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Day 30 | Lavender

Lavender is a hard colour to  wear on the eyes, but purple shades are so flattering on pretty much all eye colours: brown, blue, and green. If done softly like the look you see below it can be treated like a neutral makeup look paired with any lip. A simple wash of pale purple is pretty and not glaringly bright, so the red lip draws most of the attention. 

You can also go bolder and try a smoky eye. Lavender is such a pretty shade, and very versatile as 
demonstrated below with this bold and very deep pinkish purple lip. 

My favourite eye shadows to create such a gorgeous vibrant eye, as always, are from Urban Decay. These shadows below are from the Limited Edition Glinda Palette from the Disney Oz Collection about two years ago. The shadows are called Tornado and Aura, if you place Tornado all over the lid and press Aura on top you get a gorgeous light purple shade. Stunning.

Aren't they so pretty? Hope you enjoyed this post, thank you so much for reading. Don't forget to comment as I love hearing feedback from you all, always looking to improve. Tomorrow is the last August Beauty Challenge so stay tuned for my Party Favourites. Not sure what I am going to do for that post yet, I might do a different take and share my favourite tracks with you guys to get the party started! Let me know what you would like to read about down below. Take care.

Love ♥

Day 29 | Baby Blue

Baby blue is one of my favourite colours, so this post is dedicated to this pretty pastel shade. One of the reasons I love Spring is that the pastel shades come out strong and everyone and their mother is sporting something pale and perfect. See Taylor Swift rocking that baby blue hue.

As for eyeshadow, I don't rock the pastel look much due to my deeper skin shade which means pale colours are not true to their pan shade when they are transferred on my skin; they can look ashy. The closest shade to a baby blue I have is Orsay from my Sigma Paris palette, one of the most beautiful palettes in existence by the way.

Do you like baby blue? And if you do, honestly how could you not, how do you like to wear it? Leave a comment with your thoughts, would love to read them. Lavender is next on the August Beauty Challenge and that will be up very soon. Take care. 

Love ♥


Day 28 | Waiting to be Released

There is always a new release around the corner with so many different cosmetics companies around. So, instead of blathering on about whether I am waiting at the edge of my seat for the latest Vice Palette, or the gorgeous 1993 lipstick and lip liner from Urban Decay, or even the new illuminators from Anastasia Beverly Hills. Instead, I thought I would share with you how patiently I have been waiting for some amazing brands (that are almost always based in the US) to come to the UK.

This time the brand that I am most looking to expand is ColourPop Cosmetics. They have been getting so much hype lately and from what I can tell it's completely deserved. Their eyeshadows look stunningly pigmented and their Lippie Stix and Ultra Matte Lipsticks all look to be of amazing quality. More than anything the prices (usually $5-6) are incomparable. So yeah, patiently waiting ColourPop - whenever you're ready. 

I want all the colour you can see above, so many of my favourite YouTubers use their products including Jaclyn Hill and Nikkie Tutorials. Both makeup queens. How could you not want everything, I was so tempted to splurge on their website last night when it got to the shipping page and United Kingdom isn't an option! Rude.

You can see their Lippie Stix above, and they come in so many great colours. All their products look incredible and I can't wait to get my hands on them, so hopefully they will hurry up and start shipping to more countries because I want it all. Thank you so much for reading, stay tuned for some eye looks. Don't forget to comment and follow. Take care.

Love ♥


Friday, 28 August 2015

Day 27 | Makeup Revolution Haul

Today's August Beauty Challenge is to upload an Entire Brand Collection, conveniently I just purchased a few items from the Makeup Revolution website. They almost always have deals on where if you spend usually over £25-30 they will send a bunch of free gifts with your order - unfortunately my timing did not coincide with this - so it is worth keeping an eye on their Instagram page. 

I picked up two eyeshadow palettes, two face palettes and a contour brush. Expect reviews for all of these in due course as I play around with them. I have a list of the products below including links and prices, so feel free to check them out. 

In all honesty I was just adding extra items to my cart and that's why I picked out this matte eyeshadow palette. There are a few similar matte palettes available on the sight, but I was attracted to the matte purples and grays as they are not colours I currently possess in my extensive eyeshadow collection.

This palette is supposed to be a dupe for the original Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette. I have heard so many amazing things about this eyeshadow palette, and a makeup artist friend of mine completely raves about it. I am keen to play around with this pretty palette, it looks like it would be very flattering on brown eyes.

I have lusted after this palette for so long, it looks so so gorgeous and in person it does not disappoint. One of the most beautiful palettes I have ever seen, I don't even want to touch it, it looks so pretty and warm and perfect.

I have been wanting the ABH Powder Contour palette for a while, but it's expensive and I am trying not to be frivolous. This palette looks gorgeous, and I found swatches on a similar skin colour to me, so I am definitely excited to try it. I hope it works well, and of course I will keep you updated with a review.

Yet another item I added to the cart just to qualify for that free shipping (I make myself sick, it makes no sense to spend and extra £12 just so you don't have to pay £3.95 for shipping ugh when will I learn). I don't know how I feel about it yet, the bristles are quite short and I haven't even checked how soft this brush is compared to other brushes I own. 

Thank you so much for reading, let me know the latest makeup purchases you have made and the products you desperately want. I am all ears. Stay tuned for another post, I am writing it straight after this one so it will be up imminently. Don't forget to comment, I love to read your comments! Take care.

Love ♥


Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Day 26 | Eyeliner Fun

It's still technically summer despite the less than stellar weather we have been having (fingers crossed the sun is coming out now) and so one of my favourite looks for summer is coloured eyeliner. It is a fun trick to really bring out the colour of your eyes, so here is a short post with ideas for your eye colour.

Photos: Top - juliettesian and tenipanosian.  Bottom - makeupbylilit and jenmiamakeup.

We can start with brown eyes, I have brown eyes - mine are pretty boring -but the good thing about brown eyes is that almost any colour used for eyeliner can draw attention to the eyes, whether it be black, brown, blue, or purple. To stop brown eyeliner getting lost in a makeup look try reaching for more lighter, brighter shades to enhance lighter tones in the iris, like amber or rust coloured pencils. This can make your eyes look bigger also, whereas jet black liners can close the eyes. A dark blue is a great alternative to an intense black, just as dramatic but not as harsh. 

Any warm coloured eyeliner will really make blue eyes pop, brown eyeliner is a good choice as you can see by the beautiful Mariah Leonard below. She uses Benefit's They're Real Push -up Liner in Beyond Brown. Metallic colours - gold, copper, or champagne - and smoky grays would work similiarly well and be more appropriate for evening looks. 

Jewel-toned eyeliners would really compliment green eyes, especially any with a reddish undertone. This is because green and red oppose each other on the colour wheel. Shades of bronze, amethyst, and even garnet and ruby would really enhance green eyes, even a reddish brown would look lovely.

This one is simple, my advice would be to enhance the green flecks in the eyes use a similar eyeliner. Sticking to shades of green will play up the different colours in the eyes and focus the attention there, I particularly like olive green liner. Again bronze and purple colours will bring out the green as well. 

If you don't feel comfortable rocking coloured eyeliner just yet, to make it easier on yourself you can start by using your standard favourite jet black liner to create your go-to liner look and then add that extra line of colour on top for some colourful fun. Don't forget to use the guide above to help you decide on what colours to use, but to show you that makeup is awesome and every colour is perfect here is an example of some Barbie Pink liner using ABH Waterproof Creme Colour.

For products to create these stunning looks I would recommend the ABH Waterproof Colour Creme (£18 each) and the Benefit They're Real Push-Up Liners in Beyond Purple. Brown, Green and Blue (£18.50 each).

An exciting upcoming release is the Lancome Drama Liqui Pencils which are already available on Sephora ($23 each). These are pencil eyeliners that apply like liquid eyeliner (it almost sounds too good to be true). There are 15 shades available, You can see Lisa Eldridge use Parisian Night and Paradis in her tutorial for Sephora below. 

Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post. What is your favourite eyeliner? Let me know below. I will see you tomorrow for Day 27 which is an entire brand collection. I recently picked up some goodies from Makeup Revolution, a brand I have been wanting to try out for a while so it will be a haul post for you guys. Don't forget to follow my blog. Take care.

Love ♥


Day 25 | Beautiful Curls

My hair is naturally somewhere between curly and wavy, so I don't actually do anything with it. Therefore, I am cheating right now and have uploaded a tutorial by Huda Beauty - one of the most beautiful people alive, in my opinion - so enjoy.

If I want to curl my hair I would use an ordinary curling one, I think the thicker barrels leave a nicer result. So I would suggest using a one and a half inch barrel for very pretty loose curls. I also have heated rollers which I have never used, but I might try them out. Thank you for reading, tell me how you curl your hair down below. Take care. 

Love ♥

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Review | Chanel Perfection Lumière Foundation

I have the most awkward skin because it is both oily and dry, and so any foundation I wear can look patchy or need to be powdered heavily to stay in place. All primers I have tried rarely work on me, their slippy silicone feel of even mattifying primers don't sit well on my oily skin. I thought I would check out a Chanel foundation as sometimes you need to spend a little more to be truly wowed by a product. For any makeup lover, like me, foundation is a necessity and it is definitely a product you want to get right as it is the base for all other makeup, the rest (eyeshadow, contouring etc.) is just details. 

After chatting with the lovely beauty consultant, I tried the Chanel Perfection Lumière Long Wearing Fluid foundation, it was applied on top of a gel cream which was very soothing and cool to touch. The shade of the foundation used was Beige 60, this shade was a perfect match for me with a warm undertone. I imagine it will suit many Asian/Indian skin tones, so that is a plus. Using stipling brush and around two pumps of the foundation it covered my entire face and left an almost medium coverage, no brush strokes, and after being set with translucent powder it literally feels like your skin is bare. I wore no concealer, contour, blush, or anything, it was just the foundation and my eye makeup and yet I was still happy with the semi-matte finish. 

I wore it all day, and although the colour held up, I did get quite a bit of shine in some areas, mainly my cheeks and around my nose. This could easily be fixed with an application of powder. It is a good foundation, great shade, and colour payoff. I wouldn't say it is the best foundation for combination skin, because again oil did still show through, but you can only ask for so much from a foundation. I think the price tag, which is £36, negates the positives of this foundation. If I buy something from Chanel I want to be wowed, and there are many drugstore foundations that would work just as well, if not better, on my awkward skin. It just takes a little more effort to match your shade in Superdrug or Boots. 

The next two foundations I want to try are the Dior Airflash and the Revlon Colour Stay foundation. I have heard great things about both foundations so fingers crossed, I will be wowed. Thank you so much for reading, have a lovely week. Don't forget to follow my blog, and comment your thoughts on foundations, are drugstore or high-end foundations better? What's your skin type? What's your holy grail foundation? Thank you, loves. Take care. 

Love ♥

Monday, 24 August 2015

Day 24 | Everyday Favourite

I haven't been wearing that much makeup lately, after being on holiday for a while, all I really used was the Bare Minerals Ready to Go palette. Since my return, I have been gravitating towards the original Naked palette. It's just such an easy palette to use, you can create so many simple eye looks with this palette in half a minute. 

I love how warm these shadows are, and although there are only a few mattes in the palette they are of very good quality. What I love most is that the shimmer shadows - of which there are many - are surprisingly long-wearing, as well as extremely flattering. The only downside to this palette, apart from how dirty it can get, is that it does not have a matte black. For me, no palette is complete without a matte black and maybe a rich coffee coloured matte brown would be perfect. Thank you so much for reading, don't forget to comment and follow. Take care.

Love ♥

København | Day 1

I went to Copenhagen for three days with a friend from university, I wanted to write a short yet detailed post about what we got up to while we were there. Let me start by saying we are and were both dirt poor, so saving our money was a top priority for both of us. If you are looking for ways to travel on a budget, this is an excellent post for you to read, if you are looking for information about Copenhagen in general, again a great post for you to read, however, if you are looking to read about the fanciest bars and restaurants you can visit this is not the post for you. Now that is cleared up, let's get on with it. I will break it down day by day, This post will cover the first day, flights, hostel and what we did that day. There will be two more posts for the next two days we spent there.

Our flight was early in the morning, we took a National Express bus to Luton airport and spent yet another night in uncomfortable chairs either snoozing or reading. We always take Ryanair, because they seem to have the cheapest deals and our flights in total cost about £35. The flight was short, less than two hours, and to reach our hostel which  was called The City Public Hostel, we took a train to the centre which is in walking distance to our hostel.

Now, let's talk about the City Public Hostel. We paid 264 DKK (Danish krones) for two nights which roughly works out as £25.67. We were in a cramped room with ten other bunk beds, slotted together like a game of Tetris. We laughed so hard when we realised where we were staying, it was definitely an unusual experience for us. We have stayed in hostels for every single holiday we have been on without our family. Even the few nights spent in Amsterdam had better conditions, I think because we only had each other everything was a little more daunting. It would have been different if all of our friends were in the other beds, like a giant sleepover.

We didn't get bed sheets, no cover, no duvet/blanket, or pillow. If you wanted these "extras" you had to pay 60 DKK which is equivalent to almost £6! So in true student style (because we are still students at heart) we used our  cardigans and towels as pillows and blankets. There also wasn't a decent mirror in the room, and the plugs available were at the furthest corners of the room. I will say the shared bathroom was relatively clean considering the whole hostel used it, and the lounge was a good place to chill and hang out while waiting for your phone to charge. Instead of napping as soon as we arrived we decided to jump into action and get some attractions under our belts. We were still reeling from the harsh reality of where we would be staying, so we freshened up as best as we could. We had some snacks from Lidl on the way to the hostel, just some crisps and a drink (Lidl is surprisingly expensive).

This entire trip we walked everywhere, which was great, for our legs at least, and on the first day we visited City Hall; Christianshavn; the Opera House; Børsen (Stock Exchange Building). Von Freslers Kirke (a church) and the Royal Library which is known as the Det Kongilege Bibliotek. At moments, we stopped to sit and take in the scenery at particularly scenic spots. Copenhagen is so clean and lovely, and the water sparkled and it just made me feel very happy and content to just sit and watch people going about their day in this beautiful city, and daydreaming about living in a glass-walled apartment overlooking the gorgeous canal with a brilliant view of the sunset. Goals.

City Hall
Also known as the Town Hall was erected in 1925 and is right in the centre of Copenhagen, right by the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. You can't miss this building, it has flowers lining the outside and we literally walked past it several times a day. It became a landmark for us.

Christiansborg Slot
This is a palace, which looks like a castle and is full of opulent rooms like the Velvet Room and the Great Hall. Again it costs to enter and look around the palace. The outside is very impressive alone with the statue at the front, the grounds surrounding would be a lovely picnic spot

This is a district known as 'Little Amsterdam' because of the abundance of canals and bicycles - I assume - there are a lot of boatyards here. It's a very pretty, relaxing place. We sat by the canal for a long time, basking in the sun and watching the boats go past. It was lovely.

The Opera House
The Copenhagen Opera house opened in 2005. It's a very modern building clad in German limestone. It contains a 1500 seat auditorium with a gold-leaf ceiling. We didn't go inside, but the journey to the opera house was just as beautiful as I imagine it looks inside. 

This Renaissance building used to be home to Copenhagen's stock exchange. I love the beautiful architecture here, and this is yet another building you can't miss because of the spire on the tower which is carved to look like a dragon's tail. Unbelievably cool.

Von Freslers Kirke
Called Our Saviour's Church, an unmissable church due to the distinctive spire you can see a mile off. Th extraordinary spire was completed in 1752 The church itself was built in 1696. The tower you can see below has a spiral staircase where you can get a brilliant view of the city. You do have to pay for the view though.

Det Kongilege Bibliotek
The Royal Library, pictured below is the ultra-modern part of the library, colloquially called the Black Diamond because of the black and granite exterior. It has a great seating area outside, akin to the steps on the Seine in Paris. Very peaceful, pretty place, great for recharging your phone and quickly googling various tourist attractions. 

Thank you for reading, I know this was a little long but I hope you enjoyed reading it. I will be posting Day 2 and 3 this week. So stay tuned for those. Don't forget to comment and follow, lots of love. Take care.

Love ♥

Sunday, 23 August 2015

Day 23 | Favourite Eyeshadow Colour

Eyeshadow is my favourite part of makeup, because there is an infinite amount of colours available to choose from and it can transform any look to sultry or sweet. I have so many eyeshadows that it is almost impossible to choose, so I will attempt to narrow it down to two different colours. 

I have brown eyes, so I have found that warm-toned shadows are the most flattering for me, my go-to eyeshadow colours are a warm gold, brown, or bronze. I love the By Terry Ombre Blackstars (£25), these cream eyesahdow sticks are richly pigmented, unique in colour and extremely long-wearing. My favourite shade is Bronze Moon, although I am keen to try pretty much all of them.

If I had to pick the perfect, can't-live-without-it eyeshadow it would have to be a rich matte brown. My favourite is Coffee Bean from the Too Faced Matte Eye Palette (£25). It is the perfect crease colour, although some people might think wearing brown on the lids would blend to much with the eye colour. I think the trick is to use a very dark, rich brown and really concentrate the shadow where you want it. I use it on the outer v of my lid and sometimes to smoke out my lash line. I also love purple for brown eyes, so Vintage Violet is a subtle way to achieve that striking contrast,

What are your favourite eye shadow colours? Tell me in the comments below, and don't worry I will catch up with the posts I missed in no tine. And I'll have details about my time in Copenhagen up shortly.
Love ♥

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Day 19 | Favourite Foundation

I was torn between two foundations for this post, but ultimately I chose Old Faithful which is the Benefit Oxygen Wow Hello Flawless Foundation (£26.50). It is just my go-to, trusty foundation that never lets me down. This is what I return to when I want a good makeup day. I have the shade Toasted Beige. If not this one I would have picked L'Oreal Lumi Magique in Rose Beige (£11).

The reason I didn't pick Lumi Magique is because it is slightly less coverage than Benefit Hello Flawless foundation. This is an oil-free foundation with an SPF 25, so I wouldn't recommend wearing it when flash photography is being used. Apart from that, it photographs beautifully and makes your skin look flawless face-to-face. It's a brightening foundation which just amplifies your natural skin to look healthy and luminous, but not shiny. It's definitely buildable, I will say it is noticeable but you can sheer it down by mixing it with a moisturiser. A trick I use, and essentially why I chose this as my favourite foundation is that you can add a pump of this to anything - a BB cream, tinted moisturiser, a light coverage foundation - and it will just give you that extra coverage you might be after without looking heavy. A little goes a long way with this foundation. 

Thank you so much for reading. Don't forget to follow and comment, share your favourite foundation with me in the comment section below. Have a wonderful week, I am in Copenhagen right now, feel free to check out my Instagram for photos of my travels, and of course I'll be posting about this trip shortly. 

Love ♥


Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Day 18 | Makeup Storage

I only recently got my makeup somewhat organised. I didn't buy anything fancy, although I imagine I will sooner rather than later. I love makeup, I am constantly buying it, constantly collecting it, so my makeup collection is always growing. But, it's not hoarding if it's makeup.

My mother kindly bought two plastic boxes which I have my smaller makeup products in, things like contour powders, liquid, cream, and powder foundations. These boxes were from Poundland, so  they were so so cheap. I have my skincare in there as well, and single eyeshadows, primers etc. In my Princess Belle mug I have my most used makeup brushes. That's as simple as it gets. I would like a more elaborate brush holder, maybe a rose gold one.

I have two desk drawers full of my bigger palettes, these include eyeshadow palettes like my Sigma Paris and Resort palette, Urban Decay Naked 3, and various others, I have a lot of eyeshadow palettes. I am a sucker for anything that is limited edition. In addition, I have some face palettes in there like my BH 10 Colour Blush Palettes, and Urban Decay Face palette. You can see some recently purchased items from Makeup Revolution, I am very excited to try them out and write a review for you guys.

Thank you so much for reading, hope you liked this post. I apologise for the photos as they aren't great. Hope it doesn't bother you too much, please comment and follow. I would love any and all suggestions for ways to store my makeup. I am going to Copenhagen tomorrow. Take care. 

Love ♥
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