Make Up Doesn’t Need to Be Symmetrical…

So yea, I’ve seen a couple of make up looks on Instagram lately where the eye make up is intentionally not matching and I really liked the idea, so I thought I would give it a go and see what I thought. Since it was my first try, I’ve gone for a subtle look. Read on to find out what products I used for this make up creation. Also, check out my accidental elf ears!

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Too Faced Sugar Pop Review & How to Wear…

DREAM PALETTE ALERT! You know me, I like to be creative with make up and I like cakes. So when Too Faced brought out a palette with a mix of neutral and colourful shades all encased in a macaron printed tin, I knew it was going to be love.

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Colour overload with Sugarpill’s Burning Heart Palette…

It’s not very often that I put my make up on and then have to decide whether or not it’s too OTT for going out in public with, but this was one of those looks. I picked up the Sugarpill Burning Heart palette from CutECOsmetics a couple of months ago and hadn’t really given it a proper whirl.

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Testing out Kiko Cosmetics Generation Next with some Sugarpill yumminess…

If you’re looking for an affordable beauty brand that delivers great colour range and quality, Kiko Cosmetics definitely hits close to the top of that list, everything I’ve tried I’ve been impressed with and every collection they release shows a diverse range of textures, product innovation and colour range, there really is something to suit everyone.

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Illamasqua Reflection Palette Review from The Sacred Hour Collection

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Gosh, I’m so slow to review these stunning items from the Illamasqua The Sacred Hour collection, that I’ve had my hands on since August! But here’s something safe from Illamasqua for those neutral lovers, this is the Illamasqua Reflection Palette, shot in natural light, you lucky, lucky people!

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These odd, creamy textured water resistant shades are the same formula as the fabulous Paranormal Palette (one of my faves) and within the compact you get four shades of shimmering neutrals: Precipice (Soft Lemon), Acute (Ash Taupe), Graphica (Graphite Grey) or Dart (Toasted Bronze), you really don’t need the god damn Urban Decay Naked Palette when interesting things like this exist girls! The textures are like velvet and these shadows works so well on their own or for adding a new dimension to another shade through layering. DSC_3139Plus, in good old Illamasqua compact style, you get a big mirror too, so it’s super easy to work with on the go. These shadows work applied with your fingers or with a brush, very easy to get along with! Anyway, I gave all of the shadows a go along with the Velvet Blusher in Peaked and Lipstick in Shard from the same collection and here’s the result…

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What do you think of this palette? 

What are your favourite neutral palettes? 

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