Wednesday, 20 July 2016


Today I'll be reviewing I heart makeup blushing hearts triple baked blusher. I have wanted to try some of I heart makeups products for a while, as I really like Makeup Revolution's products and I believe they are made by the same people. I have really wanted to try their boxed powders and chocolate bar palette (both Two Faced dupes) for a while but they never have them in stock. I heart makeup has quite a few boxed powders but I chose this one because I thought It had a few rose gold shades which I think suit me best. The blusher is not matte which I didn't think I would like but I think its quite pretty, especially for the summer, Also I find I don't need to use highlighter if I don't want to because the blusher gives the same effect. I find the blushers last for the majority of the day but Its difficult to tell because my cheeks go naturally red throughout the day!
The product is split into three sections. The smallest segment is a bright pink, with blue undertones, I personally don't like this shade as much as the others because it is so bright, but I find when I mix the three shades together it creates a really pretty colour on my cheeks. The second colour is a lot more peachy, It is quite similar to the last shade but lighter. I often just mix these two shades and apply it to my cheeks with a stippling brush, as it doesn't apply much product.  
Here are the swatches;  The top one is a mix of all three, and the shade next to it is the brightest pink,
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Sunday, 17 July 2016


Today Im reviewing Sleek's highlighting palette in Solstice. Firstly, I apologise for not posting for a few weeks I have just been so busy with school but I have finished now until September (Which is my last year) so Im hoping to be posting AT LEAST twice a week.
Anyway, I have been wanting to buy this palette for so long but Boots\Superdrug only ever has the palette in the shade 'Precious Metals' which consists of mainly, if not all, cream's; which I don't particularly like because I feel that cream's remove my foundation underneath.
This palette consists of two baked powders: A pinkey shade and a rose gold shade, one cream formula, a beige shade and one powder which is a cream shade. I think I originally liked this palette because of the pinkey shade which is quite unusual to find for a high street highlighter. The quality of the powders I think are very comparable to the BECCA highlighters and for £9.99 that's very impressive. I find the highlighters last on my skin for quite long, so I basically cannot find anything wrong with this palette and it is definitely worth the money!
Here are a swatches of the four highlighters,

Hope you enjoyed this post and it helps you into whether you want to buy this palette or not, Thankyou for reading!