Keeping up with actually swatching products I buy, here’s Anastasia Beverly Hills Sad Girl on the lips. I left the eyes completely bare and focused on the skin with a serious highlight.
Full product details are at the end of the post.
Okay, so you might be thinking Phee, what the hell, like I don’t know how to use a highlighter?! I’m not saying this is how you have to use Glow Highlight Powder, or any other highlighter you’ve got for that matter, but I’m hoping that maybe you’ll find out something new in this post, even if it’s something that you might not think is that important.
The eagle eyed among you may have noticed a new link pop up under my blog header about a week or two ago. Okay, so it’s kind of obvious, but still, I thought this deserved a post all to itself.
*Drum roll* I’ve launched my own makeup line!
Starting small with one product at the moment – Glow Highlight Powder – I’m hoping to get it to a whole range of mineral highlight powders, then eyeshadows, then … world domination!
So here’s what I’ve been working on the past couple of months, and if you want to see more images and read a more in depth explanation of the product, then click read more.
If you want to skip me getting all nostalgic and emotional, then you can head over to the shop page for FAQs and before and after photos.
Last week I attended a sneak peek event of Illamasqua’s summer collection. On the night we were all given goodie bags with their new Glamore Lipstick in Vendetta and Sheer Lipgloss in Iridesce. Pretty much as soon as I got home I was trying these beauties out for you guys. I can’t resist a good blue lipstick!
Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the Illamasqua summer collection preview, so I thought I’d give you guys a little look into the evening too as it captured the whole theme of the new collection perfectly. Keeping it quick, because as always when I need my camera I manage to forget it or something vital for it to work. This time it was the memory card so we’re on iPhone photos.