Category Archive: Makeup Looks

The most pigmented, blendable eyeshadow palette on the market

I noticed that I hit 1,700 blog subscribers a few days ago and realised it’s been almost A MONTH since I last wrote to you guys… I’m sorry! You’re probably wondering why I… Continue reading

Most hyped liquid glitter eyeshadow: reviewed

When you read the caption ‘most hyped liquid eyeshadow’ your mind probably immediately turned to the Stila Glitter & Glow Liquid Eye Shadows… and that assumption would be correct!

May Makeup Lookbook

From May onwards, I’ll be sharing monthly lookbooks of the makeup looks I have created at the end of each month and how to recreate them.

Lick and Lash 35E Palette | Blue Glitter Cut Crease Tutorial

Finally, I’ve had the chance to film a brand-new cut crease tutorial using the Lick and Lash 35E palette and Bleach London Gliterrati in Washed Up Mermaid. Read on for full details…

YES… I’M BACK WITH MORE GLITTER ✨

Happy New Year lovelies! I’m finally ready to talk about a product I fell in-love with last year… the NYX Cosmetics Glitter, specifically the ‘Copper’ shade.

Affordable glitter… that DOESN’T require glue?!

Yep, I was pretty sceptical when I first heard that Bleach London had launched pressed glitter pigment (Glitterati) which could be directly applied to the skin without primer or glue too…

theBalm Tutorial & First Impressions

A huge thank you to the lovely theBalm PR team who sent me a bunch of incredible products to test, a selection of which I have used in my latest tutorial and have reviewed…

🦄 Unicorn MOTD + Product Review 🦄

One day I can wear ‘no makeup, makeup’ and the next I’ll be wearing a full face of unicorn get-up… and today is no exception. Here are two new products to complete your unicorn makeup routine…

🌈 James Charles Inspired Pride Makeup 🌈

Here’s a little pride makeup look I created the other day… inspired by the incredible James Charles.

Wonder Woman Makeup – Inspired by Nikkie Tutorials

Here’s a little Wonder Woman makeup look I filmed at the weekend, inspired by the extremely talented Nikkie Tutorials.

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