Last week something pretty exciting happened – Josh finally rescued my MAC quad from behind our wardrobe. It had taken a tumble months ago and I hadn’t been able to use it since – not due to lazyness, but spiders. It’s now back in my possession and I couldn’t resist using Grain and Charcoal Brown to create a neutral eye look – accompanied by a good contour of the cheeks, a pinky peach blush and a nude lip.
I’ve also continued to give the Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet a bit of loving – I love the matte finish but there’s this pesky eczema patch on my forehead that’s giving me some serious grief with even the most dewy of foundations – so I stand no chance with this one. Roll on summer when I’m oilier than a portion of bad pub chips – the PLV will be my best friend. At the moment a squidge of the Dior Glow Maximiser Light Boosting Primer (hello longest name ever) is helping to set things right.
Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet (10 Beige)
Dior Glow Maximiser Light Boosting Primer
Origins Plantscription Concealer (Shade 1)
Kevyn Aucoin Sculpting Powder
Tarte Amazonian Clay 24-Hour Blush (Tipsy)
MAC Eyeshadows (Grain on the lids & Charcoal Brown in the crease)
L’Oreal Superliner Perfect Silm*
Clinique Super Fine Liner For Brows (02 Soft Brunette)*
Maxfactor False Lash Effect
Revlon Colourboost Matte Balm (Complex)
Maybelline ColourSensational Shine Gloss (Cashmere Rose)