Inglot Roadshow

It has been over a week since I went to the Inglot Roadshow in the Clonmel Park Hotel and I had such a lovely day so I have decided to sit down and blog about it.

Firstly, if you’re thinking of going to one of the Roadshows you should definitely do it.  Tickets were only €15 and it was on from 2-5pm. I have wanted to go for ages because I obviously love makeup, and when the day finally came around I was so excited. I went with my friend Emma as she is as makeup mad as I am. I also bumped into my lovely makeup artist friends Donna and Catriona, hadn’t seen them in aaages! So nice to catch up.

When we got there the queue was insane and we saw Jane walking around with her phone snapping us all, so the excitement really started to set in then. We were seated in the second row and had an amazing view of the stage, and they also had tv screens set up around the room which was so handy if you couldn’t see the stage properly.
The Inglot makeup artists that were there were Maria Murphy, Ellie McDonough, Niamh Cleary, Lorna Ryan and Keilidh Cashell. They each ran through a different demo and it was so great to learn their tips and see their individual tricks and how they all do things that bit differently. It just shows how makeup really is an art that lets your own creativity shine through! I don’t want to give too much away incase you do want to go because it was exciting not knowing what to expect on the day.
There was also a Q&A and Jane Swarbrigg came on stage to chat to us all too. I was so glad Jane was there because she was so inspiring with how she has grown Inglot here in Ireland but she was still so down to earth and approachable which I think is so important if you are in business, especially when you are largely appealing to an audience of younger females. During the Q&A I asked them their favourite products to achieve dewy skin and they all advised the SPF Primer and the Face Mist, they all seemed to really rely on these for that glowing, summer skin look. I have bought the Face Mist since, can’t wait to try it. 
Afterwards we could have a chat to all the girls and have our foundation and brows matched. I got a HD tester because I needed a new night out foundation and ended up buying one recently when I was in Dublin – in love! I was so delighted with how the Inglot girls were, they were all so friendly and real. There was no competition in the air, they were all so genuine and happy to help and advise which says so much for the company. Apart from their amazing products, this is a huge factor which keeps me coming back to Inglot, the way the girls talk to you is so refreshing because you feel like you’re getting advice from a friend rather than feeling clueless and as if you’re a nuisance when you ask lots of questions. 

While the girls were doing the matching, we had the opportunity to chat to Jane and Keilidh. I have to say I got wayyyy too excited meeting Keilidh, fangirl moment! I was even a bit nervous to go up to her. What I love about her is how she is so quirky and creative with her talent, she really expresses herself however she wants to and I idolise that about her. She is also so funny and relatable. Yes, she also hugged me… just me who’s still excited?!
So there you go, my thoughts on the Inglot Roadshow. I would actually love to do the day all over again. If you’re thinking of going to the next round of Roadshows, definitely go! It was so affordable, I learned so much, I got to meet some really inspirational ladies and it was such a lovely girly day out with my best friend Emma because we are both passionate about it. We love makeup, don’t think our bank accounts do though! I now have all the notes I took down in the booklet they gave us to refer back to, products to look into and details on the favourite products of the MUAs present on the day.
Anyone want to drive me to my closest Inglot store, nah?!
Happy makeup shopping and tutorial watching xx

Making It Up As We Go Along

I decided to write about this important (possibly controversial) topic because it was starting to wind me up and make me concerned for people who are being picked on. In society today we are all for “Yessss women empower women! Let’s not bring each other down!” Which is great, obviously. However, I just have to ask, if you want to make each other feel better, then WHY DO PEOPLE MOCK MAKEUP? Why do so many women feel the need to comment on other women’s interests and the things that make them happy? I have recently done two makeup courses because I love makeup! I didn’t do them because I thought I was going to become the best makeup artist to ever walk the earth, I did it because I am passionate about it, wanted to improve my skills and pursue this passion further so that I can do makeup on other people. Do I laugh at anybody who goes to study to be a doctor or a teacher or an accountant? Do I sit there and think “Oh my god that is so funny, she can’t do that but she’s still going to study it anyway!” No, I don’t, because you can’t do anything until you learn how to do it. If we all knew how to do everything then what would be the point of learning?

Makeup is an art, similarly to painting or writing, it is a world of endless, creative possibilities and colour. It is also a lot more powerful than other things because what other job do you know that can make you go from a just rolled out of bed three to a ready to slay 10 and suddenly give you self confidence in a matter of minutes? I think I am writing this because even though I did these makeup courses I realised I am afraid of putting myself out there simply because other women scare the crap out of me! I mean, what world are we living in? What are we facing? The Battle of Baking 1066? The Siege of the Setting Spray? The Conquer of Contour? Why can’t I just wear my makeup the way I want to without other women threatening to kill me with the sharpness of their winged liner or the fullness of their lips? LET THE PEOPLE LIVE.

It hit me that I worked hard for and put all this money into something I love and now, at 21 years of age, I am afraid to keep improving my skills because of the bitchy, judgmental comments and sly digs that could be waiting for me in all corners of the internet. Funnily enough, writing is on a similar level, some people will hate my work but I write about the passion that is burning inside me because it’s who I am and what I love. You may be reading this as a person who dislikes me, but you’re still reading it, aren’t you? You probably think “Ugh, what has she put up now?” but you have no reason to mock my passions, you have no right to put down the places where my heart is based and if you do then your own heart is in the wrong place.

Anyway, back to makeup! Makeup is a fun thing to do and the fun part is there are no rules. Can you really compare Michelangelo’s statue of David to The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali and say which artist is better? One is marble and one is paint, one is Rimmel and one is MAC, one is settled and one is still learning and exploring. Some of us love living in a world of colour and glitter and a bold lip with an equally bold eye, then others prefer nudes and neutrals. Who started creating rules? Why are girls being shamed for wanting to pursue the popular job of a MUA?

Everybody is different – some people will look at the clouds in the sky and see shapes, but others will just see clouds. You cannot make someone see the shapes you see and you cannot make someone appreciate your own perspective of something because our minds are so different. The sad part about that is some people let the harsh parts of their minds spill out of their mouth too much. By doing this they are altering the beauty and shapes in the clouds that others see and making them doubt themselves. Women become too afraid to be themselves and stop their creativity flowing because it doesn’t live up to a standard set by social media. You know we all lived before Instagram, right? You know we all started out with makeup out of magazines and our mum’s makeup bag?

Even though it may seem like harmless fun, you don’t know the level of other people’s insecurities. You do not know how early a student may get up in the morning to try and perfect her brows to look like all the other girls in her class, you don’t know about the girls who stay up until 4am watching makeup tutorials just because they feel like they have to to fit in with the Instagram ideal, you just don’t know how important makeup is for some women’s confidence. Personally for me, makeup is something I really enjoy because I’m a creative person, but I do not mind going without it and I have learned to embrace my insecurities. For example, I always joke about my chin because it is so pointy when I smile and I have no top lip at all! My eyebrows have always been bushy and I find it so difficult to shape them properly because they just cannot be tamed. I’m also so pale that even the lightest foundation shades make me look like I’m about to drag Augustus Gloop out of the chocolate pipe!

This generation we’re living in is, to be honest, an absolute joke at times. People spit out comments thinking they’ve been sugar coated on the way out by their expensive lipstick. Writing mean comments will never be anything but mean. How can we raise strong women in a world that is so thoughtless, narrow minded and picky? How can I choose between going makeup free or full on makeup when either choice is going to be criticised? A makeup brush is just like a paint brush, so let people create with it whatever way they want to.

I wrote this post because I got sick of seeing people put down other people when they are trying their best to improve themselves or try something new. I can take a joke as much as the next person but when beauty is such a huge influence in people’s lives today, we can’t afford to have people suffering underneath the burden of it when it is meant to be about self expression. We need to let people do what they want – whether they want to wear no makeup at all or put on layers of different products. In my opinion, your own way of doing makeup isn’t right or wrong because what you may love someone else may hate and that is just the way the world goes round in every aspect of life. Trends come and go, remember when Paris Hilton was the ultimate it girl and now it’s Kim K? My point being it’s important not to get too wrapped up in these fads because they won’t last forever.

As for my own appearance, after many failed attempts to contour away the infamous chin, I realised it isn’t going anywhere and I’m also just one of those unfortunate people that will always have a spot appear during the day on the end of my nose without realising it! I also realised that despite people being so quick to make others feel insignificant, it is a shame nobody is skilled enough to contour away negativity when it comes to how girls see each other. Can we all please take a step back and see what really needs to be highlighted here? Makeup products are supposed to enhance your natural, outer beauty, not disguise your inner beauty.

My Top Three Hairstyles For A Night Out

Anybody who knows me knows how much I love changing up my hair on a daily basis. Since I always go for a different hairstyle every Saturday night I have decided to share a few of my favourites with you! These are very simple and mainly just require a bit of practise and a lot of backcombing! Haha Enjoy 🙂

1. Scrunch Dry
Okay, so for any regular followers, that was obvious! Lately I am absolutely LOVING the scrunch dry! I love that bouncy look and I think it adds a bit of oomph to any outfit. Mine usually lasts two or three days until I have to wash it again. To get this look, after applying mousse I just put the diffuser on my hairdryer and slowly scrunch my hair in my hands while blow-drying it with my head turned over. If you don’t get it right the first few times, don’t panic! It’s only recently that I can actually do it myself, my mum is a hairdresser so she taught me the ropes! Haha I then hold it with some hairspray and plumping powder. I love scrunch drying my hair because you can play around with it, leave it down, pin it back, half tie it up and it never fails to look fab! If you straighten your hair regularly it may take a few goes before it curls nicely, but keep going with it and you’ll get there eventually 🙂

2. Slicked Back
You know when you’re looking for a really sleek, classy look? Slicked back is always the way to go! For me it was very Kardashian inspired and I was dying to try it out. There are loads of tutorials online of how to achieve it but hey, just grab a backcombing brush, a comb, some hairspray and go for it! You can always brush it out if it doesn’t go to plan. For me I love it slicked back but with a bit of height too!

3. Messy Straight
I know straight is a very obvious hair choice, but I can never have it too straight! I always love volume and something fun, I get too bored of my hair otherwise. Just straighten it as normal but add some plumping powder, backcomb it, flick parts out or add some subtle curls for an edgy twist. Perfect if you want a change but don’t want anything too dramatic.

Hope you enjoyed reading this! I usually choose my hairstyle and make-up depending on my outfit so it’s all about learning what works best for you and what you love the most! It’s your hair so don’t be afraid to experiment because any disasters can be easily fixed 🙂 This was just a quick post so for any hair questions feel free to ask away 🙂 x

Review: I’m In W7 Heaven!

Hey gals!

W7 kindly sent me some products recently to review so I was delighted when they arrived and couldn’t wait to try them and let you know how I got on 🙂

The first thing that struck me about the four products was the packaging. Straight away the products looked fun and inviting, which I loved. The Honolulu Bronzer was in a beautiful little pink box which I thought was a fun and quirky twist. The mascara was also very appealing in a bright yellow packaging. I loved the way the Night Glow Highlighter looked like nail varnish and the dropper on the foundation bottle was something I had never used before so I couldn’t wait to try it out.

I have tested out all of these products so will run through them now…

Genius Feather Light Foundation
I love the foundation bottle and the foundation itself. It really is feather light like it says so I found it had a buildable coverage which is lovely for everyday, especially as I don’t like a really thick layer of foundation during the day. The colour was a bit too dark for my natural skin tone but it’s perfect for when I have tan on which is quite a lot and since I can build up the coverage I could also wear it on a night out. I am very pale but when I applied the Honolulu bronzer to my neck I realised I could get away with wearing it without tan too. As it is so light I would recommend carrying it in your handbag for touch ups throughout the day 🙂

Night Glow Highlight and Illuminate
This product is so fab, I fell in love with it! It is easy to apply and has just the perfect amount of highlight without going OTT. It has a beautiful creamy texture and blends in so evenly. To be honest, sometimes I fear putting on highlighter but this was so simple and will definitely gain a regular spot in my handbag!

Honolulu Bronzer
The only thing I can say about this bronzer is wow! Maybe it’s just me but I find bronzers can be quite annoying because half the time they never really show up that much unless I keep applying it for ages so my face always looks ghostly white compared to my body. I need quite a strong bronzer to match my face to my body when I have tan on. However, the first thing I noticed about this bronzer was how pigmented it is so it will definitely be my go to bronzer in future which is also great because of the small, handy packaging. I only needed one layer and the job was done, quick and easy! It also came with a handy little brush in the box and the cute box was giving super fun Hawaiin vibes so I’m now dreaming of summer!

Lashtastic False Liquid Lashes Mascara
This mascara in ‘blackest black’ is meant to give the idea of ‘false liquid lashes’ and I have to say it did give my lashes a lot of length. I hate mascaras that clump together and go overboard so I loved this one because it doesn’t do that. It is so nice and doesn’t feel heavy or look spidery. I have been using it everyday since receiving it 🙂

Wearing all of the products above 🙂
I have been using these products a lot and so far I am loving them! I would definitely recommend them and we all know how affordable W7 are 🙂 My make-up bag really relies on this brand 🙂

I was sent these products to review on my blog and did not purchase them myself so thanks to the lovely people at W7 for sending them to me and I hope you all enjoyed the review xx 

My Latest Hair Hero!

Hi guys!

I just wanted to tell you a little bit about a new product I’ve just discovered and am loving. So I was in Penneys recently and while I was at the till something caught my eye – HASK Keratin Protein. I read the words ‘Smoothing Shine Oil’ and just had to buy it. Yes, this was an impulse buy, but it was totally worth it, always go with your gut feeling! Haha

I have very dry, frizzy, coarse hair anyway which is such a pain because my hair never looks smooth or silky. The fact that my hair has been dyed also doesn’t help this. Anyway, I wanted something to give my hair a bit of life again and I’m so glad I bought the Keratin Protein. After only one use I noticed a difference. It gave my hair some moisture back and didn’t look as dead and damaged anymore. I have tried it both when my hair is wet and dry, but I personally prefer putting it on wet hair.You just use a small amount and apply it to the hair, avoiding the roots.

I cannot fully remember the price but I know it was very affordable! I will definitely continue to use it as I do believe it has strengthened my hair, so if you also have dry hair I would highly recommend it. My hair is now much more silky and looks much nicer when I leave it fall naturally. It didn’t wash out the teal colour either so is safe to use on coloured hair, thank god! It also smells delicious!

Have you tried any HASK products before? I cannot wait to try more 🙂

Getting My Mojo Back!

Hi guys!
So I don’t know if you all saw my most recent selfie on all my social media accounts, but I have had a VERY dramatic change 🙂
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Anyone who knows me knows I always change my hair as my life changes so I decided I needed something new, especially for the year ahead! I love experimenting with my hair and it always makes me feel great and confident when I get it done. I spent so long growing it out, but as usual, when it got long I realised I found it too boring. I love adding loads of volume to my hair and really giving it an edge which is why I used to love having it short. Despite what some people think, you can do LOADS with short hair! When I had it long it always went too frizzy so I just ended up throwing it up in a bun a lot.

After a few days of pondering, I decided to take the plunge and chop it all off! I didn’t realise how long it was until I was just about to cut it, but once my mind is made up that’s it. My mum is a hairdresser so she chopped it all off for me into a bob and I immediately fell in love with it! No more horrible split ends and wisps, I really have given my hair some life again especially since I have quite coarse hair anyway.

I have cut my hair loads of times so I never get upset and full of regret afterwards! Haha I then decided to put some teal on the ends again (hmmm I wonder which Kardashian-Jenner sister is my fave?) so had to bleach it up to get rid of the dark colour. It wasn’t too difficult to bring up light enough to dye teal because it was no longer the dead, stained hair that my mum was working with. She used the Rusk colour below because it comes up vibrant and stays in really well. We also put some brown on the roots just to give the colour a boost.

In my opinion, bobs are always in fashion and suit so many people. I love how mine frames my face but also distracts from my chin. I have a very heart-shaped face so sometimes I felt having my hair long dragged it out and made my chin look longer. Bobs can be sleek and classy but look edgy too which I love. You can have it with choppy short layers, longer layers, no fringe or different fringes, and they all look fab. My parting can be moved around and I kept the layers long but a bit shorter at the front. 

We all know celebs have been loving short hair (lob/bob) the past year or so and I don’t think this is going to go out of fashion anytime soon because it’s a timeless look. If you’re thinking of cutting your hair you should definitely go for it, I can’t wait to funk mine up with gel, plumping powder and quirky accessories! I’m also excited to get that styled volume back and flick out the ends. At the end of the day, you can always grow it again 🙂 So happy to have the old me back! Oh hair mojo, I’ve missed you!

Five Times Beauty Fails Us

Being done up is a lovely feeling, however, getting done up is a whole different story. No matter what though, the tears, tantrums, anger and worry is always worth it for the sake of a new Facebook profiler…

Here are some relatable moments that we all go through while trying to transform ourselves!

1. Eyelash tantrums
‘I can’t do it, they won’t stick on, the corner keeps popping off, now my eye make-up is rubbing off, he doesn’t love me, I have jiggly thighs, I’m so poor, we’re going to be late. I’M JUST NOT GOING ANYMORE.’

2. When you don’t look like Adele
It’s a very stressful time alright, my personal motto during this frustration is: If you can’t wing the eyeliner, bin the eyeliner.

3. Hair on the back of your legs
Not going to go away no matter how many times I go over you with the razor, nah? You could film I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here back there…

4. The terrible tan
‘Is your face supposed to be a different colour to your body? And can anyone smell cat pee?’


5. The realisation of celebrity myths and legends
Are all girls expected to be able to contour like Kim, have lips like Kylie and look as smokin’ hot as Khloe on the cover of Complex? Yeaaaah, unfortunately I wouldn’t even make the cut for KUWTK season one…

Beauty On A Budget: Stocking Fillers For Beauty Lovers

We all know how expensive Christmas can be – Do I spend this forty euro on a dress for St. Stephen’s night or just invest in a few boxes of Roses and go into a food coma instead? The struggle is real! However, if you have a friend/sister/mother/daughter who is a huge lover of beauty products, you don’t need to break the bank! It’s time to start hinting to Santa’s elves, ladies, because these are my stocking filler ideas for beauty lovers 🙂

Essence lipsticks
I cannot stress enough how much I love Essence. Their products are available in Penneys and pharmacies nationwide and are a must have for Christmas. I am in love with their lipsticks because there are so many shades available, they don’t dry out your lips and they are cheap and cheerful! I always use them. They are perfect if you have a teenage daughter finding her feet in the world of beauty because you will be able to buy her a few for the price of one expensive lipstick. And trust me, it’s totally worth it, such great quality… I love them!

Make Up Gallery Smoothly Does It Pressed Powder
You aren’t going to believe me when I say I bought this for only €1.49, but it’s the truth! This is my go to powder and doesn’t make me want to look in my purse and cry after purchasing. I can’t wait to try all of Dealz other make-up products, I am very impressed so far.

Batiste Plumping Powder
Okay, so I know you’re probably all sick of me going on about this stuff I refer to as fairy dust, but I promise you, you will be thanking me later. You simply sprinkle it on your hair and it creates volume, so no more backcombing hassle. I have seen other brands for around €30 euro, but I bought mine in Penneys for around the €4 mark and usually stock up. I actually tried the more expensive one to test it, but I didn’t find it as good as Batiste. My mum is a hairdresser and uses it in her salon and we LOVE it. Plumping powder is a must have in the Fox household!

Penneys Make-up Brushes
I was dying to try these from the moment I heard they came out. I finally bought one for my eyes and love it. For €1.50 you would be crazy not to grab a few, has Penneys ever let us down before? I think not! Just think how pricey other make-up brushes can be, it’s mad. I have not tried the others in the Penneys range yet so cannot recommend them but I definitely will be trying them as I’m sure they’re great. I love my one for the eyes as I can blend with the bigger end and I use the smaller to apply eyeshadow as eyeliner, I love it 🙂

Penneys Make-up Fixing Spray
Even as a blogger and lover of make-up, I’m not going to sit here and tell you I can afford loads of expensive make-up because that would be a complete lie, I’m constantly bargain hunting! I cannot express how excited I was the time I was strolling out of Penneys and a bottle of Make-Up Fixing Spray caught my eye. I had never had one of these before so headed up to the till with this instantly. I honestly find it really good for setting my make-up and it only cost €2.50.

Catrice Even Skin Tone Beautifying Foundation
I am such a foundation hopper these days, I can’t help myself. I always use Estee Lauder Double Wear for going out but for everyday use I need something a little more natural and affordable. I was using No7 Stay Perfect which I loved, but then I ran out so decided to give another affordable brand a go – Catrice! I bought their Even Skin Tone Foundation for around the €8 mark and am really loving it. I am so pale so I find it hard to find a natural looking foundation to match my skin tone. I must say though, after buying it, I am really impressed. It has really nice coverage (goodbye dark circles) and doesn’t make me look orange. Such a gorgeous product for a natural, flawless finish!

Okay girls, I hate to be the bringer of bad news, but I can see how all this beauty product shopping is going to end…

I hope you enjoyed this post and it gave you some ideas for Christmas 🙂 Now it’s time to start shopping, or dropping hints! 

Lipstick I’m Loving! Blush Liquid Lipstick Review

Hi girls! Recently the lovely ladies in Blush Make-Up and Nails in the Showgrounds Shopping Centre Clonmel gave me one of their gorgeous liquid lipsticks to try. I was very excited as I had heard great things about Blush, I was even at the launch night last year when they had one of my favourite bloggers Suzanne Jackson there, so if Suzanne loves Blush products I knew they would not disappoint!

The lipstick shade that I tried was uncorked and I LOVE it! A beautiful deep pink/redish colour. It is perfect for adding a pop of colour to an outfit and I personally think it is a lovely warm shade for autumn/winter. It has a lovely shine and is so vibrant. On the other hand, if you prefer a matte look, simply blot your lips and it still looks amazing. It’s one of those colours that will end up constantly having a spot in your handbag! Another great thing about it is that when you’re applying it the applicator bends so you don’t miss a spot and you don’t smudge it everywhere, which can be the case with other lipsticks, and lets face it, we can’t be dealing with those clown lips especially when throwing on our make-up in a hurry! Yay for no smudging!

Sometimes with lipsticks I have the issue that they can dry out your lips, but where this is liquid it adds a lot of moisture to your lips but without the horrible stickiness! There is also nothing worse than when your lipstick comes off as you’re drinking (I’m thinking of your nights out and much needed coffee in the morning, ladies) so as a devoted tea drinker I decided to test it out, and my lips looked no different than when I had first applied it! So it really lasts which is a very important feature to look for in a potential lipstick (you know, just like sense of humour when on the hunt for a potential boyfriend!)

Uncorked after blotting 🙂

The lipstick costs €18 and I would highly recommend it, there are lots of gorgeous shades to choose from in the shop or on www.blush.ie so you will definitely find a colour to suit you.

Uncorked when first applied 🙂

I will definitely be going back into Blush again soon, such lovely products and such helpful, friendly ladies. If you feel like being pampered or treating yourself this is the place to go. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to see what they’re up to 🙂  I can’t wait to try out more Blush products! Have any of you tried them before? 🙂 xx

Xpose Week One: The Fashion And Beauty Details

Hey girls!
So the past few days I have been getting a lot of compliments about my make-up when I was on Xpose, and also many of you LOVED the jacket! So I decided to let you all know what I was wearing – clothes and beauty product wise 🙂 Enjoy! And if you have any more questions just let me know 🙂 
Outfit

Top – One of my 7,000 plain strap tops!
Bodycon skirt – Penneys (had it for ages though) I love teaming those two simple things together because it almost gives the illusion of a LBD!
Jacket – TK Maxx. It was months ago so I don’t think it’s available to buy anymore, but if you love a fringed jacket, boohoo have a few at the moment, and I think some are on sale too! 🙂 
Boots – Penneys (again ages ago, sorry!) They have leopard print detail on the back which I think is so cute, I love leopard print. It’s very on trend this season so I’m sure you’ll be able to pick up something similar 🙂

Necklace – Penneys, every girl needs a chunky chain!

Handbag – Peacocks, I got this when I was in England back in September. 

Hair
I put my hair in heated rollers the night before because I love the soft, natural curl they give 🙂
Make-Up

Tan- Cocoa Brown.

Foundation – Estee Lauder Double Wear in Desert beige. W7 Catwalk Face Shaper.

Cheeks – No7 Pop & Glow Duo in Sunset Glow.

Powder – Dealz Make Up Gallery Smoothly Does It Pressed Powder in Natural Beige 2.

Bronzer – St. Moriz Bronzing Powder Golden Glow (My favourite beauty product at the moment, looove it!)

Eyebrows – Catrice Eyebrow Set.

Eyes – W7 10 Out Of 10 palette. I can’t find the name of the colours, so the bottom middle gold colour all over, and the sparkly black above it on the crease. Eyeliner – New Look Pure Colour dip eyeliner on the top lid and an Avon pencil along the bottom. Mascara – No7 Lovely Lashes (my fave!)

Lips – Essence 03 Dare To Wear, with a gloss over the top. This is my favourite red lipstick ever and it is SO affordable. Essence are definitely my favourite brand for lipsticks.

Sorry I didn’t get any really clear make-up selfies, you can see it better on TV 🙂 Hope you all enjoyed this post, and like I said before, any questions just let me know 🙂 xx
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