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Beauty Review | Part 2 - Concealers

Second part of my makeup review of my current foundations and concealers, in this post I'll be talking about some of my current concealers...Enjoy! FYI: Skin tone- Warm/Medium/Tan Skin Type- Oily/Normal (oily T-Zone, normal everywhere else) 1- NARS Creamy Concealer - Ginger Price: £24 Type: Liquid Coverage: Medium-Full buildable I heard this NARS concealer was a good dupe for the Tarte Shape Tape seeing as we don't have Tarte cosmetics in the UK I decided to buy this concealer. It comes with a doe-foot applicator and is good for the under-eye area to conceal dark circles. The colour matches me pretty well as I tend to use concealers that are a shade lighter than my foundation. Pro's:  -Good coverage -Nice texture -Good shade range Con's: -Creases under the eye if you use too much 2&3- Maybelline Eye erase - Honey & Nude Price: £8.99 in drugstores Type: Liquid with built in applicator Coverage: light/medium This is

Beauty Review | Part 1 - Foundations

In this 2 part makeup review I'll be reviewing and comparing my current favourite foundations and concealers It's been a while since I've done a proper thorough beauty review and this one is going to be particularly detailed as I want to give you guys my opinions on each of the products. All of the products in this post are ones that I am currently using and have been using for the last 6 months - 4 years. FYI: Skin Tone- Warm/Medium/Tan Skin Type- Normal/Oily (Oily T-Zone, Normal everywhere else) Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r - 310 Price : £26 Type : Liquid Coverage : Medium-Full Since Rihanna released her makeup line 'Fenty Beauty' in September last year the internet went crazy and there were tonnes of reviews on her products. One of the products that particularly caught my eye was the foundation. The reviews I saw all said how the foundation looked pretty flawless and airbrushed. It had been a while since I had bought a new foundation s

Baby Products Review | Favourites & Fails

1 year on and as with all new parents we stumbled our way along with parenting, there are things we bought that have been great buys and others, a total waste of money. In this post I'll be reviewing some of my favourite baby products and some fails. Disclaimer: These are things we found worked or didn't work for our baby, it might be totally different for you and your baby! Prices listed are correct at time of purchase. Nothing in this post is sponsored or an Ad, we actually bought or were gifted these things. Favourites: Sleepyhead deluxe sleeping pod Price : £110 from John Lewis If you've read my baby essentials post you would have seen this on there. I can't rave about this enough! I wanted to get this ever since I was recommended it by one of my friends who was pregnant at the same time. I started to read reviews online and I could only find good reviews, from written reviews on the John Lewis website to youtube videos everyone was raving about it