Empty: July & August

Hello my lovely readers,

It's already the last day of August, can you believe it? This year is going by way too fast and tomorrow I'm starting the new chapter in my live; studying. For the next four years I'll be going to school in Amsterdam, it's hard to explain my exact study to you guys but the main line is webdesign. I'm really looking forward to my new life as a student and I hope I'll be able to keep blogging as much as I like.
Every two months I show you the products I've used up during that time and today it's time for the July/August one. I've finished a lot of products so let's go.
These three items are the body products I've used up. The first one is a mini Mango Whip Body Lotion from The Body Shop. I cannot remember when I empties this but I do remember that I liked it a lot. It was a really good body lotion with a nice scent, really great to use in the summer time. The next product is a body butter from H&M. This one has a really clean scent that H&M calls 'Cotton Wood', I liked it but not so much that I'd repurchase it. The last body related product that I finished is from Rituals. This is their Touch of Happiness body cream and this was an absolute dream. The scent was a little bit warm for the summer time but I'd really like to repurchase this when winter comes peeking around the corner.
The Body Shop Mango Whip Body Lotion (review)
H&M Body Butter Cotton Wood (review)
Rituals Touch of Happiness Nourishing Body Cream (review)
Moving on to shower products, the first two of them came with the previous body cream and this set was great. I think the Fortune Oil was probably my favourite out of them but the other two were great products as well. All of the scents were a bit wintery but that did not stop me, haha. The other products is a more summery one. I bought this shower smoothie from Yves Rocher last year in France and I've enjoyed using it very much. Mango is one of my favourite scents and this smoothie, as it's called, has an amazing texture and foams up really great. This was a limited edition but I'd repurchase it for sure. 
Rituals Fortune Oil (review)
Rituals Happy Buddha Foaming Shower Gel (review)
Yves Rocher Mango - Passion Fruit Shower Smoothie (review)
These are the hair products I finished these past two months. The shampoo-conditioner duo is from Dove and it's one of my favourites. This gives my hair a lot of moisture and I really believe this makes my hair look healthier. I also finished another one of my favourite dry shampoos. Batiste is my favourite brand when it comes to dry shampoos and I rarely use something else. This one is the one fro brunettes and has brown powder instead of white, for me this is ideal (even though I'm currently using the one with white powder again).
I also finished three nail polish removers these months, it's a lot but who cares, I love nail polish. The first one is a really old remover from Herôme that my mother still had lying around and that she gave to me to finish and the other two are those jars where you have to put your finger in. The first one is from HEMA and the other one from Kruidvat, both of them are great and I have no preference. 
HEMA  Dip&Clean Nail Polish Remover (review)
Time for skin care empties, these two products have been my favourites for a while now and still just as great as the first time I tried them. The first on is the good old Bioderma, this is the second massive bottle that I've finished in a year and this stuff is still amazing. Bioderma is my favourite remover because you simply cannot feel it, it feels like your removing your makeup with water. It is very gentle but does the job perfectly. The other two products are basically the same, just in different sizes. It's the Nivea Aqua Effect gentle cleansing cream that I love, this gets rid of my facial makeup and makes you skin super soft. Sometimes cleansing products like this give your skin a tight and tingly feeling but not this one, this one is gentle (like the name says) and soft. 
Bioderma Sensibio H2O (review)
Nivea Aqua Effect Gentle Cleansing Cream (review)
Quite a lot of makeup that I'm throwing away this month, I'm proud of myself. The first one is my brow gel from Essence, I've already repurchased this and I threw it away because it was just looking gross, time for a new one. Than I have a concealer from Maybelline, I believe this is from the Fit Me collection but I do not know for sure. This I used quite a lot during the summer of 2013 and than I've never used it again because it's too dark for me. I was saving it for this summer but the products is sort of separated and does not smell good anymore, time to throw it away. Another concealer that's going away is this one from Essence, I also bought this when I had a little tan and barely used it. Now it's old and I don't think it's hygienic to use it anymore. I do have this concealer in a lighter shade and it is a really good one. The only cream blush that I own is also going, I don't know why but I just never use it. I'm just more of a powder-blush kind of gal. The next product that's empty is a pencil from Catrice. I've used this nude pencil so much that there is nothing left anymore, I always used this on my lower lash line to look more awake. It was also time for a new mascara so this one is going away. This mascara is a good one but I prefer the original Glamour Doll mascara. I've also finished a lipgloss, this one's from Maybelline and it was a really pretty pink with a subtle shimmer.
Essence Lash & Brow Gel Mascara (review)
Catrice Camouflage Cream (review)
Gosh Natural Touch Cream Blusher 001 Peachy Rush (review)
Catrice Made To Stay Inside Eye Highlighter Pen (review)
Catrice Glamour Doll Curl&Volume Mascara (review)
These three products are pretty random but I did not have another category to put them in. In July I went to France and there I finished these two sunscreens. The first one is from L'Oreal and this was not great but also not bad. The only issue I had was that it did not distribute well, on my feet for example. My feet got burned but only on certain areas (I did smear the product all over my feet). The other sunscreen is my all time favourite. This Garnier one applies like a dream and does not have the distribute-problem, this is just a great product. The last empty of this post is a deodorant from Dove. I rarely finish deodorant so I'm really proud of myself that I used this one all up. This is the beauty finish one and promises to make your armpits look pretty (uhmm... right), it did not notice any differences but this did battle my sweat pretty well.

WERE FINISHED! Empty post always take quite a long time for me two write and when I'm done it always feels like I've accomplished something. I hope you liked reading this!

Have a lovely day,
E.

MUA Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette

Hello my lovely readers,

In June I bought my first products from MUA (reviews here and here) and since then I have used them a lot, especially the 'Undressed' eyeshadow palette has found it's way into my daily makeup routine. Here in the Netherlands, the nearest store where they sell MUA is still approximately 15 kilometers away. In London however, you being bombarded with MUA products in Boots and Superdrug and I bought two new eyeshadow palettes. The one I'm reviewing today is the 'Undressed Me To' palette.
Mua says:
Wow! try MUA Pro's seductive 12 shade palette, creating endless looks mixing soft neutrals and cool greys with stunning gold metallics. The Undress Me Too Palette embraces this season's fresh-faced look and urges you to strip back and go nude! Made up of 12 warm and timeless shades, this palette will suit all skin tones and any occasion.
Unlike the 'Undressed' palette this one is white, it even has a white brush to go with it. Again the lid is clear which makes it really easy to see  which palette it is and what the colours in it are. On the back of the palette you can find the names of the shades, for me this is really useful because it is easier to tell you which colours I'm using but I also think it is more fun. What shade would you use faster? A shade that is called 7 or a shade that has a funny/sexy/nice name?
Naked - Devotion - Shy - Fiery - Lavish - Dreamy
Tranquil - Exposed - Reveal - Wink - Obsessed - Corrupt
For some reason I'm not that good in swatching many shades, I do not know if it is me or my camera but I always have the issue that half of the swatches is out of focus. 
This is the top row, this row is very neutral and has some highlighting colours. My favourites are Fiery and Lavish
  • Naked: This is a light, nude shade with a subtle golden shimmer, the shade is almost invisible on my skin because it is so light. This eyeshadow is a little bit chalky but still really good to use as a highlighter or to blend 
  • Devotion: This is a shimmery golden shade that's is really buttery and well pigmented. MUA says this is a good highlighter but it's way too pigmented for that purpose. 
  • Shy: This is a light, nude, vanilla-like shade with a subtle silver shimmer and just like Naked, it's barely visible. It's a pretty subtle highlighter but again, a little bit chalky.   
  • Fiery: This is a copper toned shimmery shade that I find absolutely gorgeous. The shade is very well pigmented and has a shit load of shimmer without being chalky or looking cheap, it looks really high end and the texture is nice and buttery.
  • Lavish: This is a matte taupe shade and the other shade that I love. On the photo this shade does not come across as pretty but in real life is beautiful.
  • Dreamy: This is a brown shimmery shade, simple but pretty. 
These are the shades from the bottom row, these are much darker but still neutral and a good addition to the previous six shades, it gives the palette more dimension. My favourites are Exposed, Reveal and Wink.

  • Tranquil: This is a cold gold, a shade that I do not see an awful lot even though it is beautiful. The shade has a lot of shimmers in it, it is not my favourite because I prefer warmer colours on my eyes but still beautiful in both quality and appearance.  
  • Exposed: This is a cool grey/silver shade and it really adds a lot to this palette. Most nude palettes only have nude shades in it but this shade makes this palette way more versatile. It is a gorgeous shade and the texture is nice and buttery.
  • Reveal: This is a very unique shade, it's a light taupe/brown/nude/silver shade with a lot of shimmers through it. This is one my favourites because I cannot really tell how I should call it and the texture is like most of the shades nice and buttery. 
  • Wink: This is a warm shimmery brown that has been done a million times but stays very pretty. The texture is nice and buttery and the pigmentation is amazing. On my favourite shades.  
  • Obsessed: This is a rich dark brown with a silver shimmer in it, not something that I own already. A very different shade that has a nice buttery texture and is nicely pigmented.  
  • Corrupt: I was expecting a deep matte black this does not even come near that, it more a dark grey and the texture is very chalky, no this is not a good one.  
The look I made with the palette is really simple and natural but with a twist. To make this look I applied Fiery all over my lid, Lavish and Obsessed blended together in my crease and Shy as a brow and inner corner highlight. It is really simple but it looks very pretty and autumnal, even though it is technically still summer. The only other products I used are my Maybelline One By One Mascara and my Essence Stays No Matter What Eyepencil in 05 Cute Copper along my lower lashline.
The other products I used:
Rimmel Match Perfection Light Reflecting Radiance Foundation: 100 Ivory (review)
Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer: 1 Fair (review
Essence Eyebrow Stylist Set
Catrice All Matt Plus Shine Control Powder: 010 Transparent (review)
Catrice Luminizing Bronzer: C01 Shimmering Shade (review)
Catrice Prime And Fine Highlighting Powder: 010 Fairy Dust
Essence Lipliner: 08 Red Blush (review)
Rimmel Lasting Finish By Kate Lipstick: 01
I'm very happy with my new MUA palette and this will for sure be a stable in my autumn makeup routine, I love the shimmery shades and the matte shades make this palette great for everyday. The quality of most shadows is great and that all for a very decent price. This palette costs £4,00 and her in Holland you can buy it at Kruidvat for €5,99. This is a little bit more expensive then in Englandbut still really cheap for such a great palette.

Have a lovely day,
E.

Real Techniques Expert Face Brush

Hello my lovely readers,

When I went to London, the thing that was on top of my wishlist was a brush from Real Techniques. I really wanted to get a set but when I stood in front of the products, the prices were higher than I had expected them to be. I do not know why but I just thought they were a little bit cheaper, I hesitated and doubted but when G and I spotted a Boots at St Pancras Station (we were waiting for our train back to Brussels), I bowed and bought a brush. I only bought one but I have heard so many good things about this particular brush that I'm sure that I will like it. Let's take a look at the 'Expert Face Brush'.
The brushes from Real Techniques are either purple, pink or orange and are divided into three categories. Orange brushes for a flawless base, purple brushes for enhanced eyes and pink brushes for the perfect finish. There are also some 'On Location' brushes that are perfect to use on the go. At the moment there are three sets; the duo-fiber collection, the starter set and the core collection but in October a new limited edition set will launch called 'Nic's Picks'.
For now I'm just going to talk about the Expert Face Brush, a brush that is design to apply or blend cream of liquid foundation but also works for contouring or applying powder. I have tried all three ways and even though is does work good in every way, applying foundation with it is my favourite way. It applies my liquid foundation like a dream, it is quick and the result is flawless.
This brush has a lot of hairs that stand closely together and therefore make it a very dense and firm brush. Still this brush is really soft and pleasant to work with. The shape is also like nothing I have seen before, it is small and oval and can be used multiple ways like I wrote before. You can also apply your foundation in two different ways, you can use either circular or sweeping motions. I prefer using a circular motions because this gives me a more flawless result, it just depends on what you like.
For me the brush has the perfect size, is a little bit longer then the average pen and therefore really easy to handle. Another thing I find really good the weight, this brush is very lightweight and almost does not weigh anything, this makes it even more easier to work with.
I bought this brush at Boots for £9,99 but you can also easily order the brushes from Real Technique online. 

love,E.

Rimmel Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner

Hello my lovely readers,

Today I'm  reviewing yet another products that I bought in London, this time from Rimmel. I was not planning on buying a new one but when G and I were in London my eyelinerpen ran out. Well, I do not know about you, but I cannot live without one.
The pen I picked up in Superdrug is the 'Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner' from Rimmel, a very basic black eyeliner.I do not know why I went for this one but it caught my eye and it was not expensive at all. It looks really simple, just black with some white details and it is supposed to be waterproof.
This eyeliner has a really short, stiff, small point, something different then that I'm used to. Usually the points are very long and flexible but I personally prefer this tip, it is much easier to work with. Because the tip is quite stiff, it is really easy to handle the pen and draw a perfect line.
Eyeliner swatches, usually not that interesting but they can tell you a lot about the product. It tells you about the 'blackness', the lasting power and about the way it applies. I was pleasantly surprised when I swatched this eyeliner, it is super black and it does not leak at all. Sometimes the product leaks into the fine lines of your hand but this one did not do that at all, it make a perfect small black line. The lasting powder however was not that great, a few hours after I made these swatches, I washed my hands and I was left with leaked out lines that went away with a little bit of soap. Just like that, it failed the waterproof test.
 The eyeliner is however a dream to apply, the tip works perfect and I can easily draw a thin (or thicker) line with it. Like I said, it is not really long lasting but it does hold up quite well on my eyes. At the end of the day the line looks just as it did in the beginning. The only thing that is less, is the blackness, after a few hours the black gets less intense, still black but just less (if you know what I mean).

I have not tried many eyeliner pens but this one is not bad at all, for oily eyelids this would probably be not such a good choice because it isn't that longlasting but if you are like me (read: everything last a long time on your eyes) this might be very interesting. For £3,99 you can certainly give it a try. I could not find this on Rimmel's Dutch website so I do not think this is available here but if you are living in England or America, this is available in a lot of drugstores.

Have a lovely day,
E.

Catrice Limited Edition - Check & Tweed (half September/October)

Hello my lovely readers,

Last Saturday I reviewed three gorgeous products from the new Catrice limited edition 'Metallure' and today I'm going to show you what the next le will be. Halfway through september their new le called 'Check & Tweed' will launch. This brit chic collection will be a perfect blend of understatement, girlish charm and a hint of rebellion. Key products include the plaid trench coat, the classic pencil skirt and shirt dresses with clear-cut silhouettes, traditionally crafted and made of the finest materials. Numerous international designers have interpreted and combined these fashion classics in completely new ways that pay homage to aristocratic style. Let's take a look at the actual products of the collection.
Quattro Baked Eyeshadow €4,59
Destination Hyde Park. Baked powder eyeshadows with a light pearl effect in two different colour versions. Can be applied moist or dry to create extremely British and sophisticated eye make-up looks. Jade, baby pink, cream and chocolate or caramel, blue, brown and apricot give you a trendy british look. 
Available in C01 London's Eye and C02 Town of Crown.


Eyebrow Fixing Gel €3,39
Instant Elegance. Well-groomed, smoothly arched eyebrows set the perfect frame for beautiful eye make-up styles. The naturally tinted gel with a light, almost transparent colour-dispersion models and defines your brows. The integrated fibre brush makes application even easier. 
Available in C01 Neutrally Brown. 
Velvet Lip Colour €3,99
Trench Kisses. The Velvet Lip Colours, available in an option of reddish brown, orangey red and Bordeaux, are extremely convincing with their pleasant texture and elegant, semi-matt finish. The slim stick packaging looks incredible and can be taken along wherever you go. A complement to femininity. 
Available in C01 Queen's BEAUTea Time, C02 Mind The Red! and C03 Brit Chick.
Highlighting Powder €4,49
Londons Highlights. The silky powder with light-reflecting pigments sets beautiful highlights on your face and neckline. The two-tone diamond design with light powder and darker shimmer pigments is a true eye-catcher, too. 
Available in C01 Flagg The Union Jack.
Ultimate Nail Lacquer €2,99
Style Check. These colours with ultimate coverage are the ideal companions in the autumn season and an absolute must for stylish nails. Modern hunting green and grey-blue meet upon classic rusty red, camel and soft rosé – all with a pearly finish. The extra-broad reservoir brush captures just the right amount of polish needed for one nail and offers perfect results without streaks. 
Available in C01 London Calling, C02 England's Rose, C03 Mind The Red!, C04 Brit Chick and C05 Hyde In The Park.
I'm really looking forward to this collection, you can clearly see similarities to Burberry and the eyeshadow quattro's look very similar to the Chanel ones, I love it! The products I'm mostly looking forward to the eyeshadows and lip colours, let's just hope they are nicely pigmented but we'll have to wait until september to find out!

Love,
E.

Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer: Fair

Hello my lovely readers,

Yesterday you can read my London beauty haul and today I'm reviewing the first product I bought in that fabulous town. I thought I should start with the product that I have been using every day since I got it, the concealer from Collection. This concealer is very popular in England and every Dutch beauty blogger that buys it while they are there, raves about it. It is supposed to be the perfect concealer for lighter skin with a great coverage. Well, I would not be using this every single day if that was a lie right.
The full name of this concealers is the 'Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer', a mouth full with a lot of promises in it. There are four shades and I got the lightest one called 'fair'. This shade is a little bit lighter then my own skin and therefore perfect for the area under my eyes, it brightens my whole face and gives me a fresh look (like you can see in the photos below). It is however too light for any spots or blemishes, there I still use my Catrice camouflage cream (review).
This concealer has a little sponge applicator and even though this is not the most hygienic way, it is definitely the easiest. It gives you the chance to wipe off any excess concealer and is therefore very efficient.
Without makeup - with foundation, brows and eyes - complete face
The products I used:
Rimmel Match Perfection Light Reflecting Radiance Foundation: 100 Ivory (review)
Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer: Fair
Catrice Camouflage Cream: 010 Ivory (review
Catrice All Matt Plus Shine Control Powder: 010 Transparent (review)
Essence Eyebrow Stylist Set
Essence Lash & Brow Gel Mascara (review
Sleek Face Form Contouring and Blush Palette: 372 Fair (bronzer + highlighter) (review)
Essence Return to Paradise Shimmer Powder (LE): 01 The Famous Flamingo (blush)
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil: 604 Milk (review)
Catrice Absolute Eye Colour (LE): Hollywood's Fabulous 40ties
Maybelline One By One Volum' Express Mascara: Satin Black (review)
NYC Cityproof Twistable Intense Lip Colour: 030 Metropolitan Mauve (review)
NYX Butter Gloss: Merengue (review)
The concealer is, as you can see, really brightening and therefore perfect for the under eye area. I really like it for that purpose but when you have any spots or blemishes you will need a different concealer. In this look I covered up my mosquito bites with my Catrice concealer because the Collection one was just too brightening.

And that was it for today's review, I really hope I gave you a good impression of this concealer and I can really recommend it. It costs £4,19 and for I know, it is only available in England.

Have a wonderful day, 
E

London Beauty Haul

Hello my lovely readers,

I have been thinking a lot about how I was going to show you the beauty products I bought in London but I finally decided to do it this way. Just a photo of everything laid out on my bed with some closeups, not many details or anything, just a list of the products and the prices. All of the products will get reviews on my blog (except the dry shampoos) during the next couple of weeks but for now I'm just sharing you a brief overview of everything I got.
I'm trying to go clockwise but even before I'm starting the list, I know that it's going to be a hot mess.
  • Batiste Dry Shampoo: Floral £1,49
  • Real Techniques: Expert Face Brush £9,99
  • Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm: 205 Elusive £7,99
  • Rimmel Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner: 001 Black £3,99
  • Tanya Burr Nail Polish: Bright and Early £5,99
  • Tanya Burr Lip Gloss: Picnic in the Park £6,99
  • Revlon Parfumerie: Italian Leather £6,49
  • Revlon Parfumerie: Autumn Spice £6,49
  • Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Polish: 06 Adora-bleu £5,99
  • Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Paint: Papaya £3,99
  • MUA Eyeshadow Palette: Undress Me Too £4,00
  • Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine Nail Paint: Lychee £3,99
  • Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Polish: 15 Peace and Mauve £5,99
  • Soap & Glory Hand Food £5,50
  • Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover: Hands & Feet £6,00
  • Bourjois So Laque Glossy Nail Polish: 09 Ciel Mon Vernis £5,99
  • Sleek Blush: 923 Pomegranate £4,49
  • Batiste Dry Shampoo: Classic £2,49.
  • Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm: 220 Showy £7,99
  • MUA Eyeshadow Palette: Heaven & Earth £4,00 
  • Barry M Nail Paint Limited Edition: A Bikini £3,99
  • Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer: Fair £4,19
  • Simple Kind To Skin Vital Vitamin Foaming Cleanser £4,49
  • MAC Pro Palette Eyeshadow X4 £10,00
  • MAC Pro Palette Refill Pan: Satin Taupe £5,00
And that was it! These were all the products I bought on my trip to London, way too many of course and I really need to go on a shopping detox. The problem is that there are a lot of beautiful limited editions coming out this fall. Well,  I blame the blog and I use it as an excuse, even though G is the only one who knows I have one. I hope you liked this post and please let me know if you have any questions about any of the products.

Love,
E.

Catrice Metallure: Luminizing Bronzer + Lipsticks

Hello my lovely readers,

For the last couple of weeks, I have mostly been outside the country and therefore I did not really keep up with the new launches and limited editions. A few days ago I saw a review of Catrice' new limited edition, Metallure and I fell in love with it. This is what Catrice has to say about the products:
"Fashion and accessories appear to be covered in a high shine and are being established as glamorous must-haves with a fashionable liquid look. Not futuristic, but fresh, natural and flowing. Inspired by renowned designers, the limited edition "Metallure" by Catrice is offering the matching beauty products to go with the metallic trend in August and September 2014. In addition to the classic colours of precious metals like gold, silver and copper, this collection also includes fresh pink, classical red and soft white. An extra portion of glamour."
Personally I do not really like the metallic trend (only on my nails) but this collection blew my mind, the packaging is just stunning and the actual products are really nice as well. Today I'm reviewing the products I bought, two lipsticks and the lumizing bronzer. 
The complete collections consists out of three marble eye shadows, a mascara topper & liner, five nail polishes, the bronzer that I got and three lipsticks of which I got two. I think I got the best products of this line but I also really wanted the 'Alluring Red' and 'Metalight' nail polishes, I did not allow myself however since  I bought way too many nail polishes in London (reviews and NOTD's are coming). They do look gorgeous though. 
I'm starting this review with the luminizing bronzer.
Lumizing Bronzer in 'C01 Shimmer Shade'
At first I was not sure if I was going to buy this bronzer but when I swatched it, my heart was won. This baked bronzing powder reminds me a lot of the infamous MAC msf's (that I do not own) and I think it looks absolutely gorgeous. The coppery rosé golden shade gives your face a beautiful glow and makes you look like you have just walked out of the sun. I just have one tip for you, do not use this all over because that will look too shimmery, just a subtle accent on your cheekbones and your ready to shine like a golden globe. 
Moving on to the lipsticks I got. There are three shades in total and they all come in a beautiful rosé gold bullet with a marbled lid. The two shades I got are 'Alluring Pink' and 'Alluring Red' and the other shade is called 'Metalight', that one was not really my taste since it was a very pale shimmer bomb. The ones I did got however are very, very pretty.
These gorgeous lipsticks are a little bit sheer at first but when you wear them on your lips, you are left with a gorgeous, rich, soft feeling lip colour. 'Alluring Pink' is a very pretty pink with a slightly blue undertone and 'Alluring Red' is a classic red with a twist, in some light it has an orange undertone and in other light a blue one. They both last approximately 2/3 hours but the red one staines your lips a little bit and is therefore a little bit longer lasting than the pink one. 
Before I'm going to show you the look I made with the products, I'm showing you how I look without any makeup. This photo was taken just after I rolled out of my bed and I only brushed my hair and teeth. I'm currently struggling with a mosquito and the red dots you see on my forehead and above my brow are the result of that bastard. Moving on to the actual look!

The products I used:
Rimmel Match Perfection Light Perfection Radiance Foundation: 100 Ivory (review)
Collection Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer: Fair (review)
Catrice All Matt Plus Shine Control Powder: 010 Transparent (review)
Essence Eyebrow Stylist Set
Essence 3D Eyeshadow: 09 Irresistible Chocolates: lightest shade (review)
Rimmel Scandaleyes Precision Micro Eyeliner (review)
Maybelline One By One Volum' Express Mascara: Satin Black (review)
Catrice Kohl Kajal: 010 Ultra Black 
Kruidvat Natural Volume lashes (cut in half)

Wow, this is still a little bit awkward for me, placing photos of my head and very serious faces (haha), well this is the look I made with the products. It's very simple due to the easy eye look, just a nice winged eyeliner, basic eyeshadow and false lashes. On my cheeks I'm wearing the gorgeous bronzer as a blush and I chose to wear the red lipstick because I hardly ever wear reds on my lips, this is something very different for me, hope you like it. 
I'm really happy with my new lipsticks and luminizing bronzer and I think I will get a ton of use out of them. They look very luxurious and way more expensive then the actually were, the lipsticks were €3,99 and the bronzer was only €4,99. Beautiful prices for beautiful products.

Love,
E