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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Four Ways With Highlighter

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Now that we're well into spring, I'm opting for full on dewy skin - whether it's adding a little radiance to my base, or dusting on an illuminating powder over the high points. I have a few, fail-safe products and textures that assist my quest for glowing skin. Here's four different ways that I like to add radiance and light to my complexion!
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Monday, 17 April 2017

A Dreamy Bag & What's Inside!

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Powdered pink, classic gold detailing - I just couldn't resist this dreamy bag! It has a high end feel about it - almost similar in style to the Chloe Drew, but unique enough to not be just a copy. And one that won't set you back anywhere near as much! This affordable pick is ideal for weddings, spring lunch dates - or to use as an everyday bag! It's definitely a little more mauve-powdered pink than I expected - it looks more blush on the site, but beautiful nonetheless!
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Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Peachy Cheeks For Spring

Last weekend's mini heatwave has spurred me on to finally part with the last of the winter blusher hues and pull out a few of my favourite peach picks to add to my daily routine. Peach is such a flattering hue, it perks up tired skin giving a healthy flush to my make up - the ideal shade for spring!

First up is my newest blusher - Nars Deep Throat, the perfect spring hue. A gorgeous peach with a hint of shimmer, this complexion boosting blush is my new everyday, go-to pick. Like all Nars blushers that I've tried, it's saturated, has a luxe, buttery texture and blends seamlessly. One to pair with dewy skin, the peach tones help to lift and brighten for a peachy, perky look for spring!

The Hourglass blush in Diffused Heat is such a flattering pick! The combination of dreamy pink pigments with peach undertones and swirls of radiance boosting ambient lighting powder work to create a heavenly glow. It's finely milled texture glides effortlessly over the cheeks for a flawless, polished finish and leaves a beautiful soft focus to the skin. Divine!

Next up is an old favourite, Sleek Rose Gold. A gorgeous coral pink with a peach gold sheen, this beautiful blusher gives a wash of light and warmth to the complexion. Another buttery pick, this silky soft pick imparts an impressive glow - often radiant enough to forgo the highlighter (on the cheekbones at least!). 

The last pick in my spring line-up is the H&M Pure Radiance Powdered Blusher in Golden Peach. This affordable, deep pink/peach blush lives up to it's name - it's infused with shimmery, complexion enhancing pigments which perk up the skin with radiance and light. I usually opt for this on rainy spring days, it gives a gorgeous warm glow and looks so pretty paired with a champagne highlighter!

What are your favourite spring blushers?
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Sunday, 9 April 2017

New In For Spring - Beauty & Home

March was abundant with great deals - offer codes and pretty picks galore! I took full advantage of quite a few - I spent my Ndulge points, picked up a few bits in the sales and had a little lush spree too!
It's safe to say that I'm planning on saving up my pennies from now on in April - no more impulse buys!
Here's what I picked up for the new season.
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Wednesday, 5 April 2017

An April To Do List

Oh April, a month awash with the whirring of lawnmowers, pavements lined with pink petals and if your a pluviophile like me - anticipating the potential downpours ahead with glee.
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Sunday, 2 April 2017

A Simple Three-Step Sunday Facial

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Sunday's, for me, are all about keeping things slow, simple and unhurried. After a lazy Sunday spent pottering, reading or binging on Gilmore Girls, I don't normally feel up to doing a full on, multi-product facial routine.
Although, I do still like to pamper - really taking my time with each product, slowly massaging, working it in, whilst still keep things straightforward - using just three choice picks to help my tired skin!
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