OOTD ... A Christmas Wedding...

Saturday, 29 December 2012
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Yesterday I attended a lovely wedding and I thought I would show you what I wore etc, blogger style. I know my outfit photos are not exactly the best but I get far too shy asking for photos to be taken aha.
Anyways the wedding was beautiful, all Christmassy and even our table favours were baubles. I have to admit even though I spell my name differently it looked far too pretty not to take a photo, funny thing is (if you are a friend of mine on facebook you will know this) I have a "fake" middle name on my profile, it's something a friend made up years ago. Well this name made it onto the table plan haha! Brilliant!
The dress I wore was a complete bargain from ASOS, only £10! It was very comfortable (gosh I'm getting old) but I felt happy in it and it was a nice length so I didn't feel like I was going to flash someone indecently. Teamed with my trusty blazer, black tights and staple shoe boots my outfit was complete. Makeup I kept it pretty much the same as my Christmas Day but with a nude lip rather than a red lip with a red dress! Nails I stuck to my Christmas Nails too.
Being at this wedding has made me so excited for Leanne's wedding and being bridesmaid - eek!! Time to get back into the gym etc so I will look nice in my BRIDESMAID DRESS!!!! 

Charli...

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Picking up my Samsung Tablet later - EXCITED.


25/12/2012...

Tuesday, 25 December 2012
To all my wonderful readers, thank you and Merry Christmas.

Charli...

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Review ... Hair Shine Sprays...

Friday, 21 December 2012
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Avon Advance Techniques Mirror Shine Spray 
Neal & Wolf Super Shine Spray  *

Since I ombred my hair it has seemed to have lacked the shine that it used to have as a full head of brunette locks. No matter how many treatments I use there always seems to be a lack of "something" with my hair, it's hard to describe. My hair is in relatively good condition - even though the ends have been bleached within a inch of their lives, so a little spritz of a shine spray adds a lovely sheen to my hair making it look as healthy as it is.
The two that I float between are the Avon Advance Techniques Mirror Shine Spray and the Neal & Wolf Super Shine Spray *. After washing and drying my hair as usual I spritz a SMALL amount of either on the ends of my hair to add a healthy sheen. I emphasize small amount, if you put too much on you look like a greaseball and want to wash your hair again! 
The Neal & Wolf is my favourite of the two as it smells nicer and is lighter in my hair than the Avon version. But both do a pretty good job!

Do you use a hair shine spray?

Charli...

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Christmas Nails...

Monday, 17 December 2012


Welcome to my Christmas Manicure. This year for some reason I have shunned the reds, greens and even the novelty nails (which I love) for a much more grown up affair. 
These nails remind me of snowflakes and fairy lights especially when the light catches the top coat. Essie Ballet slippers is a pain to apply on it's own, I need to use about 5 coats so the top coat makes applying it more bareable! 
Link me to your Christmas Manicures!!

This has been on my nails now (without chips) for 10 days and counting...

Charli...

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Nails ... Nails Inc Baker Street Dupe...

Saturday, 15 December 2012
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There is something about a bright blue nail that I love and when I saw the Nail Inc Baker Street I almost ran out and bought it, but then I saw this little number in Superdrug and realised that it is the exact same colour but for only £1.99!!!
Applies beautifully and is opaque in one coat, lasts a fairly good time too. The perfect dupe!

Charli...

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Review ... Joules skincare...

Friday, 14 December 2012
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How cute is this set from Joules, I love the packaging so much! For a start the basic colours and patterns on the bottles brighten up my bathroom no end. I know that sounds silly, but they really do. It's not often where a company succeeds in creating packing that is this pretty. I also love the travel bag that they come in, a good size with multiple compartments means that this was the perfect travel bag to take with me when visiting Leanne last weekend.
The scrub is my favourite product out of the three. I am a bit of a floozy when it comes to body scrubs as I am forever in the search for something that will give me smooth arms. This isn't the most harsh of scrubs which would suit a lot of people, but you can get a real good scrub on with some faster hand movements. (oh ha ha). There is no real scent that I can pick up on either, which suits me perfectly. I cannot stand over smelly products which end up just giving me a headache.
The body lotion is lovely, really nice and thick but sinks into the skin fast. The combination of the scrub and the body lotion have really left my arms a lot softer, this could be that I haven't got bored of using these products (I have done with others) but anyway - they work!
The body wash is nice, a thick consistency that doesn't just run away from your hands whilst in the shower. It hasn't felt drying when I've used it like others have previously! I have also been using this as a "DIY" shaving foam and it works perfectly 
Joules have a whole range of products that I did not know about, actually I saw a Joules shop in Newbury when visiting Leanne (good timing!!) and it looked amazing. They have some lovely bath sets, and some even in egg box style packaging. These are all on 3for2 so perfect for Christmas! Their clothing is lovely too, there are so many things in their New In section that I have my eye on.

Has anything taken your fancy?

Charli...

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Review ... NEOM Luxury Candle...

Monday, 10 December 2012





In recent months it appears I have developed a taste for candles, I love the warm glow that candle light gives  of an evening and there is just something pretty about a little dancing flame. Then scented candles became a past time of mine and I have a little collection of Yankee Candles, the sampler size ones, and as yet (after owning some for over a year) I have not had to light them because the scent is so "there" without having the candle burn. Of course this saves money too because candles are pricey! Plus they tend to burn (baby burn) at a rather speedy rate.
NEOM is a brand that is doing the rounds at the moment so I was curious to see whether the price tag was worth it on these bad boys being as everyone is so quick to spend their pennies on other brands. With a 20 hour burn time this isn't a candle to be sniffed at (haha I crack myself up) that is ages for a small travel candle, I don't even think larger candles from other brands last that long. Packaged in a sturdy white box which oozes luxury this candle comes with a box that you can use as storage, I'd happily keep the box for my dressing table, the same goes for the candle itself.
I was a bit dubious as to whether I would actually like this candle, you see I hate lavander. Hate it with a passion. Yet, when I burn this candle the lavander is mixed with the most beautiful scents of jasmine and brazilian rosewood the overall effect is truely relaxing.
NEOM say that this candle is perfect for me time, duvet days and to relieve daily stress. The first time I used this candle was when I filmed my first YouTube video in a couple of months which was pretty stressful, you see filming sends me into a flap usually but this time I remained calm - you be the judge! I would have loved to have had this candle around when I was studying for exams and writing essays through uni. 
NEOM have a wide range of scented candles for all sorts of occasions and moods. Even one there to relieve hayfever symptoms.

Do you like candles? Any particular favourite scents?

Charli...

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Review ... Revlon Colourstay Foundation...

Saturday, 8 December 2012
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I always prefer a fuller coverage foundation and nothing has floated my boat as much as the ever expensive Estee Lauder Double Wear and Double Wear Max, I think like the majority of the world a cheaper alternative is always desired as long as it does the same job. Revlon Colourstay foundation has been one that I have uhmmed and ahhed about over the past few months, there has been some rave reviews and some real crapola ones so as I had used up a couple of my foundations in my mahoosive collection (and it helped that it was buy one get one half price) I bought Buff and Sand Beige. In the photo I am wearing Buff because this matches me and my casper like skin at the moment. 
First off, the packaging to put it bluntly, it should change. The bottle is lovely but this really does need a pump. Already I can tell that there is going to be loads of waste left when I finish the bottle and the extra foundation I will put on my face because loads pours out when you try and get a tiny amount from the bottle.
The foundation itself goes on nicely, takes a little buffing but my Real Techniques Buffing Brush makes light work of it, I find that as soon as I put the foundation on it looks a little cakey but after a few minutes this settles and its fine! The coverage is not as much as double wear, but it is enough for me to feel covered. I'd happily use this on a day to day basis and save double wear for special occasions. 

What do you think of Revlon Colourstay?
Do you have any heavier coverage foundation recommendations?

Charli...

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Review ... La Roche-Posay Pigment Control Serum...

Friday, 7 December 2012
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The past few months I have been noticing the pigmentation on my face becoming increasingly darker and I have to admit, as vain as it sounds, I hate it. I have become increasingly self conscious about it using more and more concealer to cover it up. The pigmentation lies in the most awkward places too. Under my eyes making my already horrendous dark circles worse and on my upper lip which lets be honest just makes one look like I am participating in Movember. 
I have been using the La Roche-Posay Pigment Control Serum for the past few months and there has definitely been a difference in how dark the patches are, they haven't gone completely but it is a marked improvement which I can only hope will continue with continued use (I also want to try Liquid Gold - talk to me? worth it?). I use the serum about 3 times a week after cleansing in the evening and have been using an spf daily since I started the serum. Which in hindsight is a must because sunlight is going to darken any pigmentation that is already there.

Do you use a pigment control serum?
Any recommendations for me?
Charli...

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Review ...New 17 Mirror Shine Lipstick - Shouty...

Monday, 3 December 2012
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So 17 have recently bought out another Mirror Shine range with a swanky new packaging desgin. I recently picked up "Shouty" on a 3 for 2 offer and I am pleased to say they perform just as well as the others for me. Massive sigh of relief that the formula hadn't changed. 
I like to use these as daytime lipsticks, especially on days where my lips need a bit more moisture and when I can't decide what colour I want to wear as they don't hang around for too long.
Shouty is a really nice pink that you can build up quite well to leave a fairly opaque colour, or wear it very sheer. Although it doesn't last very long like I said, the one downside is that it tends to stain any dry patches on my lips...not ideal. But just means I probably need to take care of them better!

Do you like the 17 Mirror Shines?
I love the little mirror inside - that was a nice surprise!

Charli...

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New In My Wardrobe ... Wedge Trainers...

Friday, 30 November 2012
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Mink High Tops - £25 

Bought these babies from Dorothy Perkins yesterday on my lunch. I had been "uhmming and ahhing" about the wedge trainer for a while now, first off I thought they were horrible but I warmed to them rather quickly. Especially when I tried a pair on in River Island. They were a blue and white pair that were amazing, but I was put off by the £45 price tag. I had a nose on ebay but none on there were cheaper than £30 that I liked and then I spotted these babies on sale in Dorothy Perkins!
They are the perfect brown/nude colour which can be worn smart-ish or casually. Although I will probably just wear them with skinny jeans all the time. 

What do you think of wedge trainers?
Personally I now love them, its height with comfort!

Charli...

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Review ... Rimmel Matte Lipstick by Kate 107...

Friday, 23 November 2012


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Who doesn't craved a berry coloured lip at this time of year? I am no exception to that and promptly purchased the Rimmel Matte Liptick by Kate in 107 a couple of weeks ago. 
I do like a good matte lipstick, they tend to last longer which is a godsend when you can't touch up your lipstick every 5 minutes and constantly drink peppermint tea in work. But usually with matte lipsticks I have to make sure I wear a really good lip balm underneath to make sure they don't flake off my lips. With these however they are much more moisturising, which is a little odd when they claim to be a matte lipstick. Not that I am complaining though, the formula is lovely. They last for around 4 hours before even showing signs of fading on my lips. 
I find this dark colour easier to apply with a lip brush in the morning and then touch up from the bullet throughout the day. I find I can get a more accurate application that way. 
There is a very sweet sickly scent to these when you first apply the colour, now I don't mind this as it does go away very quickly but I know scent would put a lot of people off so have a good sniff as well as a swatch before you buy!

Have you bought any of the rimmel lipsticks?

Charli...

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Review ... Natural Collection Blush in Peach Melba...

Monday, 19 November 2012
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Probably my favourite blusher at the moment is the Natural Collection Blush in Peach Melba. As with most of the Natural Collection products it is only £1.99, brilliant if like me you are scared of blusher and usually don't wear it.
I was naturally drawn to the peach shade, I tend to gravitate towards them as pink blushers send me running for the hills. The colour is fairly pigmented which is nice considering the price and it's not too powdery either. Perfect product to have in your handbag to touch up throughout the day as it usually fades from my skin around lunchtime.
For £1.99 why haven't you tried it? 

Charli...

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Lionel Richie...

Friday, 16 November 2012


Blazer - h&m // Top - Asos // Trousers h&m via Ebay // Shoe Boots - New Look // Necklace - Dorothy Perkins // Awkward posing and giving myself a stinking look - Models Own // Rings - ASOS // Watch - My Bampy's //  Hair - Enrapture Totem Styler // Lipstick - MAC Candy Yum Yum

Wednesday night my Mum and I went to see Lionel Richie for her birthday. He is her ultimate favourite person ever so she was so excited for the whole night. We had a really good time, it's so nice to spend time together especially as I no longer live at home.
I wore what I usually wear, prepare to see a lot of blazers in my outfit posts. I have a hefty collection. 
These trousers are a bit of a revelation to me. Being "bottom" heavy I always tend to wear the patterns up top, but I don't think they look too bad?
Apologies for the photos, my sister did an awesome job taking them on my iphone! But it was so dark and I am so awkward... need to learn how to pose and STAT.
The styler that I used for my hair is currently less than half price in Argos, it's amazing, I 100% recommend! Oh and everything else is so old there are no links anywhere - Such a fail of an OOTD! Sorry!!

Charli...

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Video: August & September Empties...

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Review ...NUXE Reve de Miel Baume Levres Ultra-Nourrissant Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm...

Monday, 12 November 2012
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NUXE Reve de Miel Baume Levres Ultra-Nourrissant Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm - £9.50


Woah what a mouth full of a name there, for the purpose of this blog post I am going to call the product the NUXE Lip Balm because quite frankly typing that out constantly would annoy me and the post would probably take ten more hours to type.
I don't know about you, but I hate having dry and chapped lips. Mine go horrendous in the winter and I am forever hunting for that Holy Grail lip product that will help. I've used so many over night lip balms and apart from blistex this is my favourite. 
The NUXE Lip Balm is a repairing, nourishing balm with a thick texture that restores suppleness and brings comfort to dry and chapped lips. Apparently in 2010 there was one sold every 28 seconds in the world. Tested in extreme cold conditions in Canada, this lip balm give some big claims and to be honest, it hasn't disappointed me in the slightest. I apply the balm in the evening just before I go to bed and I can still feel some on my lips in the morning. There is no real colour to the balm either so it's perfect for applying a thin layer in the daytime too.
I personally think the balm tastes like chocolate orange which is very yummy! This taste lasts for a while too, non of the disappearing scent act that some products pull off.
For £9.50 it is a lot more expensive that I would usually pay for a lip balm but a little goes a long way and it works so therefore I would happily repurchase this!

Have you use the NUXE Reve de Miel Baume Levres Ultra-Nourrissant Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm??

Charli...

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Nails ... Models Own Glitter Haul... Models Own Glitter Ball Collection

Friday, 9 November 2012
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Models Own : Magenta Divine // Boogie Nights // Disco Inferno - £5 Each

Who can resist a good glitter nail polish? Well I can't, ever since I saw the Models Own Mirror Ball Collection I knew that I had to have a sneaky purchase, or two. With Boots 3 for 2 offer on and having another bad day at work these were soon in my basket.
Like I said, I love a good glitter nail polish, especially do create an accent nail (or as Tom, who is Leanne's Fiance calls it - an accident nail). Plus an accent nail is pretty much the only form of nail art that I can get away with in work.
The two polishes I have from the Glitter Collection are beautiful to look at, the packaging makes me want to have them on display all the time. Which isn't really practical at the moment, but hey I'll have a dressing table again one day soon!
The glitter and irregular shapes are suspended in a clear polish, they are fairly well distributed in one coat, but as with all glitter polishes there needs to be some careful dabbing to create a more opaque finish. I don't mind doing this, as I said, I have come to expect this from glitter polishes. My only downside to these colours is that for me they seem to take an age to dry, and I mean an absolute age. This isn't good considering that I like to use three coats of polish and possible more to make the glitter really stand out!

I also picked up Cheeky Magenta at the same time. The three for two sucked me in and there were no other glitter ball colours in stock in my local boots. Cheeky Magenta caught my eye, I don't have any other colours quite like this one. The glitter is all small particles which goes on pretty much opaque in one coat which is nice, because you can wear it on it's own.

As always, glitter polishes are a nightmare to get off. But worth it.

Have you bought into the Glitter Ball collection?

Charli...

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Nails .. Holographic Nails...

Monday, 5 November 2012
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Remember when there was a mad rush for Gosh Holographic, I'm talking times where there was none in stores, bottles on ebay for a gazillion pounds (and that is not a joke!) Well finally another brand has caught on that colours like these sell like hot cakes... although I've never bought a hot cake!
Boots 17 have bought out a selection of Holo Nail Polishes and I snapped up a bottle of the silver one to compare to this infamous GOSH Holographic. This came at a good time really because my bottle of GOSH Holographic is starting to get a little gloopy.
The first point is that these polishes both chip at the same rate. Which is a really high rate, even with a decent top coat the longevity isn't great for me. The only way I've found to keep the polish on for a decent number of days is to use my shellac top coat. 
As you can see from the photo, the GOSH version clearly has the more "holographicness" to it, which is easier to pick up on camera. The 17 version isn't bad though, it was more difficult to photograph but in real life its a pretty decent dupe.

If you can't get your hands on the GOSH version, or are fed up with the application of the GOSH version (it's really annoying, the brush is so thin) then I would recommend the 17 version!

Are you a fan of holographic nails?

Charli...

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Wednesday Wishlist...Zara Handbags

Wednesday, 31 October 2012
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Zara Handbags, need I say more? I have the typical blogger messenger bag and I love it so much. To be honest, the majority of their handbags aren't that expensive and the ones that are, well, they are usually the most beautiful handbags that you would be happy to invest in them.

My favourite has to be the studded shopper. I went crazy when this bag first came out, but restrained and ended up buying a very good ebay copy. However, after seeing the studded one, the purple one and the red on in store I am contemplating playing the lottery so i'd be able to buy all of them!

Charli...

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Covering Dark Circles...

Monday, 29 October 2012


Bio Oil // Bobbi Brown Corrector*and Concealer Kit* // WitchSkinCare Concealer * // Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Kohl Liner

Dark circles are pretty much the bane of my vain life! I have them whether I sleep well or not, I guess I can thank my gene pool for that. I know there are worse things that could be wrong, but coupled with that my cheeks are almost permanently red my face looks horrendous. The red makes the grey under my eyes look darker and if my concealer application is just slightly wrong I get asked if I have had enough sleep all day.

The skin around my eyes tends to get quite dry quite often and I don't like to use the cream from the Drs too often as it can thin the skin. To combat this I tend to use a layer of Bio Oil every two days or so to keep the hydration level up. I have tried eye creams but one left me with millia so I stopped using it. If anyone does have any eye cream suggestions then please let me know. 

The on to concealing up the bad boys themselves. I always conceal after applying my foundation because a thin layer of foundation adds an extra layer of coverage. First weapon of choice is my Bobbi Brown Corrector* in the colour Bisque. It has a pinkish tone to it which counteracts the grey/blue tones in my dark circles. I usually apply this with my ring finger because it's quicker, easier and less hassle than having to clean a brush. Aside from my laziness, the heat from your finger also helps the product to blend. 

Next up is the Correctors big sister the Bobbi Brown Concealer Kit in Sand, again with my fingers I apply this all over where the corrector was applied. Sometimes this can crease so I have to make a mental note to keep a check on it during the day. The majority of the time it's fine though.

Are you finished yet?! I hear you cry. Well the answer is no. I apply some of the Witch Skin Care Conealer in Light* to the very inner corner of my eyes to lighten up the most darkest area of my eyes. Set it all with the powder in the Bobbi Brown Concealer Kit* and I am good to go.... almost.

A slick of the Rimmel Kohl Pencil in nude on my water line to get rid of the redness that lays on there and then I am good to go!
So there is the lengths I go to just to look awake on a day to day basis!

Do you have any specific routines?

Charli...

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Wednesday Wishlist... O.P.I The Man With A Golden Gun

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

I never thought I would ever consider paying this much for a nail polish. Not in a million years. Well thank you blogging because that has just changed everything.
To celebrate James Bond's 50th Anniversary O.P.I have created this golden top coat. It's a clear polish with irregularly shaped 18ct gold pieces (real!!) to create the gold leaf look.
Now I am all one for nail art, but £30.. can I be tempted? Would I just grow tired of the look? And more importantly would a Barry M crackle paint curb my craving.. or will only the real thing do?

Would you or have you already forked out for this?

Charli...

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Autumn Makeup....

Monday, 22 October 2012



Revlon Lip Butter in Candy Apple & Lollipop // Rimmel Kate Lipstick in 107 // No7 Stay Perfect Eye Mousse // No7 eyeshadow // MAC MSF in Stereo Rose 

As we are well and truly into one of my favourite seasons I thought I would do a post to show you guys the changes in the colour of my makeup that usually occurs around this time of year.
Naturally I think every body gravitates towards the berry coloured lips and I am no different. My most recent lip colour purchase was the Rimmel Kate Lipstick in 107 which is a beautiful berry tone, but isn't too dark that I feel too vampy wearing it. I've also been leaning towards my two darker Revlon Lip Butters in Lollipop and Candy Apple. These are both really moitsursing which is nice as the weather is getting colder. I like my lips to feel hydrated especially in the colder weather so matte lipsticks are pretty much out of the question.
My eye makeup tends to bring in more olive colours and these two items from No7 are perfect. I bought them last year when I realised that I had nothing in any palette that came close to these colours and I have to say they are one of my most worn single eyeshadows. I wear them alone, or smudged in with some bronze colours, bronze eyeshadows tend to be a staple for me all year around.
For cheeks, well, this is the first year I have felt comfortable enough in my own skin to wear blusher really. It's been well documented on my blog and youtube how much my red cheeks affected my desire to wear colour on them and that has slowly change. Maybe this is the year that I invest in a really nice Autumn blusher? But in the mean time my MAC MSF in Stereo Rose is the one. It has a nice shimmer to it and really warms up my face.

Who knows, maybe I will do an Autumn FOTD soon?

What changes happens in your makeup at this time of the year?

Charli...


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Right... GYM TIME!

Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Eyeliners...

Monday, 15 October 2012




Rimmel Scandaleyes Waterproof Eyeliners - Around £3 at time of writing.
I cannot find a link to them directly. But you can get them in Boots, Superdrug, Wilkinsons etc

When I heard that Rimmel were bringing out their own "skin coloured" eyeliner I was oober excited. Failing to get my hands on the MAC version (before they tested on animals) pretty much annoyed the hell out of me until I then got my hands on the UNE version. However being a squared pencil it is an absolute nightmare to sharpen so it does get left out a lot.
I knew that I was going to pick up the nude one anyway but the taupe shade really caught my eye as well. These pencils have pretty much taken over my eye routine of late using the nude eyeliner to brighten up my waterline and the taupe colour as an eyeshadow smudged over the lid, then blended out.
They last incredibly well, which is good as the claim is that they are waterproof, so you do get a full days wear out of them. I do have to reapply the nude liner to my water line but that's expected of all products I use there. I'm so tempted to try the bright blue colour to try and stop me from automatically picking the natural colours for my eye looks but I doubt I would ever use it!
Have you tried these?

Charli...

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