Urban Decay Born to Run Eyeshadow Palette

With the skew of eyeshadow palette reviews on this blog, it’s no secret that I love an Urban Decay palette. I really like the concepts they have behind them and their eyeshadow formula is reliably good. One of their newer releases – The Born to Run palette – didn’t immediately catch my eye. Sure, it’s interesting in that it’s got a shade selection that marks … Continue reading Urban Decay Born to Run Eyeshadow Palette

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealers

There has been hype around these Makeup Revolution concealers for a while now. If you haven’t heard about them, where have you been!? I was a little late to join the bandwagon, only picking up my first of these a couple of months ago. Since then I’ve developed a sort of love-hate relationship with them and they fall in and out of my makeup bag … Continue reading Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealers

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

Where to even start with this palette… From beautiful burnt oranges to stunning brick red shimmers and smoky dark mattes, it is simply stunning. Urban Decay have recently released the Naked Cherry palette – which I am very tempted to get – but seeing the two side by side I feel like there really is no competition. Indeed, seeing all of the Urban Decay Naked … Continue reading Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

Liquid Highlighters: Benefit High Beam vs. L’Oreal True Match

Liquid highlighters are a personal favourite; able to give that ‘I was born with this’ kind of glow without the chunky glitters sometimes found in powder highlights. My got to for a long time has been the Benefit High Beam, a cult favourite for good reason. But spending £20 on a highlighter does not sit too well with me, especially when the drugstore has been … Continue reading Liquid Highlighters: Benefit High Beam vs. L’Oreal True Match

Affordable Setting Sprays: From Rimmel to L'Oreal

Don’t get me wrong, I loooove the Urban Decay setting spray, MAC Fix plus etc etc. However, every time I use a higher end setting spray, all I can think is how much money I am spritzing across my face. I mean, the Urban Decay setting spray costs £23.50 – I’m not baller enough for that. It will have to be relegated to special occasion-wear … Continue reading Affordable Setting Sprays: From Rimmel to L'Oreal