Saturday, 30 November 2013

Favourite Make Up Brand #britishbloggerselection

I don't wear make up regularly, I am far to lazy for that. Instead I only wear eye makeup and lip colour when I am going out somewhere special. This means my make up collection is very sparse only containing the few items I use regularly.

As these are all different brands I've decided to switch this tag up and show you my go to make up items!

Illamasqua Pallet - Oriflame - Loreal

Oriflame Very Me Lash Mascara - This is my favourite mascara that I discovered through a blogger meet up earlier this year. I've done a review of this here.

Eyelash Curler - I've had these so long I have no idea what brand they are. They are basic metal eyelash curlers with rubber pieces near the closing. I should probably invest in a new pair.

Body Shop Eyeshadow brush - I bought this because I needed one as before I used to use them little sponge things you got with the palettes. I'd say this is pretty good but I think I need to expand my collection of brushes!

Illamasqua Empower Palette - This is one of Illamasqua's eight palettes and I treated myself to this one in a sale they had earlier this year. It has some lovely neutral colours that I can use for a night out.

Loreal Eyeliner - I got this with a mascara I bought and have found it to be a lovely eyeliner. It glides on smooth and stays on well.

Oriflame Lipstick - After falling in love with Oriflame's mascara I tried out their lipsticks and now I love these too. This color is the most bright I own but it looks amazing on. I review this here.

What essential makeup items do you have? Link me to your favourite make up brand posts!
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  1. love illamasqua eyeshadow palettes! need to use the one i have more :)

    from helen at thelovecatsinc.com

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