Guys, today is a special day! I am very excited to be collaborating with the beautiful Bella from Beauty on a Budget as we Shimmer Across the Generations! I have linked her channel below so go take a look!
Hello everyone and welcome to my lipstick declutter! Following my recent nail polish declutter which I had to split into a part 1 and a part 2, I thought I would continue on the declutter train. Today, lip products are on the agenda.
Having been impressed with some very budget friendly products, I decided it might be a good idea to see how ‘cheaply’ I could put together a full face of decent makeup. So, I set about my makeup collection and pulled together some favourites, both old and new.
I recently went shopping as I needed a couple of products for something I am working on at the moment. Combine new things with some less recent purchases, and you have this affordable beauty haul!
How about another Makeup Academy (MUA) review then? This time it is about eyeshadows. Why? Because if you love affordable makeup, then you need to know about the shadows produced by this brand.
Following my affordable, warm festival makeup tutorial, I then decided to do another one! This is a bright, colourful festival makeup look. Here I have recreated and added my own touches to a look inspired by Sam Chapman from Pixiwoo. There are two lip options with this look, a slick black lip or a shimmery, highlighted finish.
I have previously mentioned my love for Makeup Academy (MUA) as a drugstore brand offering quality products at affordable prices. Therefore, following a recent sneaky purchase, I spent some time testing these base products from the Skin Define range.
Firstly, welcome to my MUA Haul! In my view, Makeup Academy (MUA) sits within the realms of Makeup Revolution and W7 as a fantastic range of quality products at very affordable prices. In short, I love it. Don’t get me wrong, luxury brand items are beautiful and some are well worth the expensive price tag, but with so many people in the world unable to afford that level of living, my heart lies with the amazing ranges that are available to us to purchase without having to break the bank.
Here is my Makeup Academy (MUA) Powder Blush Review. At just a £1 each, these blushers are certainly affordable, and of the 6 shades available in the range, I have four. I have had these for more than a year now and they’re still regularly popped back into my makeup back for use. More information can be found in my YouTube video below but I’ve included some pictures in this post so you can see just how lovely these blushers are.