A round up of my current favourite make-up

I used to do monthly favourites every month on my blog. Nowadays, I tend to share my favourites mainly on my Newsletter. I really enjoy reading ‘favourites’ posts, seeing what works for different people as well as finding out what products live up to the hype etc. I thought I’d share some of my current favourite products with you today. If you spot one of your faves be sure to comment and let me know!.

Too faced sweet peach palette

I have mentioned this palette countless times on this blog. My boyfriend bought me this last summer as a surprise and honestly, I fell in love with it. The creamy shades compliment each other so well and there are so many possibilities for your eye makeup. The pigment on this is honestly amazing the shadows blend out well and that’s what makes them so easy to work with. I like this palette because I feel like the colours complement my eye colour so well (brown). I know this is a little more expensive than the rest of the palette’s I’ve spoken about on this blog but it really does stand out from the crowd, It’s truly my holy grail palette.

The body shop contouring palette 01

Personally, I quite like products where you get a little more bang for your buck, I feel like you get that with this little compact palette. This is a refillable palette which means you haven’t got to spend a lot when you run out of one pan with mine the contour shade is running low. However, rather than paying out roughly £18 for the full palette as well as wasting the blush, highlighter and bronzer I’ll only have to pay £5. In the palette, there are 4 refillable pans; a blush, a contour, a bronzer and a highlighter. The fact that this is refillable gives you many perks, I already mentioned one but another is if you’re planning on travelling you can simply pop out two shades you’re less likely to use and buy one of their eyeshadow refills and pop that in its place to save you space.

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Seventeen 18 hour concealer – Extra Fair

I mean don’t be fooled by the name, there’s no way a concealer lasts that long (not really selling it here Charlie). However, it does still last a good amount of time, it doesn’t crease, hardly cakes and covers everything so well which your gal needs when she’s just woken up. This concealer blends so well which is amazing, it also suits my hella pale skin ~ yes really ~ and a tube lasts me roughly 2 months. Every time I have gone to purchase a concealer within the last 6 months it’s been this. However, I did recently pick up the makeup revolution conceal and define concealer which I am absolutely loving, you can read a full review on that one here, perhaps the makeup revolution concealer will take this one’s place?.

Sleek matte me lipsticks

I bang on about these so so much, I mean have you noticed?. I generally love them and they’re literally the only liquid lipstick I use nowadays, there’s not much I can say about these that I haven’t already on this blog; In a nutshell they last well, they’re easy to apply and I carry one everywhere I go – I love em’

The body shop skinny felt liner

I bought this as a one-off when I was in the process of going cruelty-free (I still am). I didn’t know many cruelty-free brands and the body shop came to mind. I was pretty desperate to replace my Maybelline precise liner once it ran out and the skinny liner looked like the closest thing to that. At first, the liner took quite a bit of getting used to because I generally only buy eyeliners with quite long nibs but once I got used to this I generally really enjoyed using it. It lasts well and generally gives you such an ‘on fleek’ wing.

Make-up revolution ‘soph x’ palette

I’ve only had this a week or so but since getting it, my god I haven’t put it down, it’s generally the mot perfect combination of shades as well as a perfect 50/50 of mattes and shimmers. This is so handy for if you’re travelling or need to cut back on the amount of products you have purely because you can use it not only for your eyes but also for your contour, highlight and eyebrows which I think makes it such a good bargain. I love the fact that this has a massive mirror in and I generally use that to do my full face of makeup (ppl that wear glasses will understand). You can read a full review on this here if you’d like to know more about it and see swatches.

Technic highlight kit

I absolutely love this lil kit, it has 4 highlighters; 2 creams and 2 powders. I usually use the yellow cream highlight to mix into my concealer to brighten up my under eyes and the rest to make up cheekbones/brow bone pop. I think for £2.41 this was probably my cheapest make-up purchase of last year and I generally use it more than most of my other highlighters. The pigment is really good on the powders and you can layer them on top of the cream for an absolutely blinding highlighter. If you want to hear more on this you can read a full review on this here.
What’s your holy grail product?

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10 thoughts on “A round up of my current favourite make-up

  1. It's really great!, It does save a lot of waste it's also really good for travelling because you can buy eye shadows to fit it so I'll be taking out the bronzer and blush and replacing them with 2 eye shadows to save room in my bags!.Charlie x


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