Happy Happy New Year! I honestly haven’t posted in awhile that it took me awhile to navigate my own webpage! Lol! That’s not good, is it?? Well, I’m back after a tough 2016 and it is time to get back into the swing of things. What better way to start it off than a party favour (because who doesn’t like party favours, am I right?? or rather.. who doesn’t like parties???).
Being old and all, my friends are starting to get married (and starting to have babies). I’ve been given the title of bridesmaid and have been tasked with the glorious task of getting us all back on our feet after nights of crazy drinking and partying, in Bali, no less.
Now, let’s get on with it! What to include in a Bachelorette’s Survival Kit or.. Hen’s Survival Kit..or what we’ve called.. the Oh Shit Kit!
Hello, hello! As promised, here is my look using the #Instaflawless and the Kate Moss Sculpting and Highlighting palette. I decided to do an everyday makeup look since I use these 2 products almost everyday.
In April, Rimmel London launched #Instaflawless and Kate Sculpting and Highlighting Palette as well as the Lip Conditioning Balm by Kate SPF15. There’s something about the packaging that makes it so attractive and the product is pretty something itself! Read on to find out more!
When these lipsticks landed on my desk, I was stoked! The colours of this Rimmel range are so beautiful! It claims to be an all-in-one lipstick with intense high impact shades and moisturising, weightless feel. I gotta say, these lipsticks did not disappoint one bit.
Ink Eyeliner. This little thing is a beast of its own. Personally, I had to graduate from a pencil eyeliner before being comfortable enough to use a liquid eyeliner. One thing I love about liquid eyeliner is the flexibility of drawing a fantastic clean line, whether it be thick or thin. Today, I’m doing a review and a look using Shu Uemura Calligraphy: ink liquid eyeliner. Not going to lie, I bought this liquid eyeliner so I could enter the competition.