Talking about the BritishBeautyBlogger Marks & Spencer beauty range doesn’t get any less strange, that’s for sure! Today, I’m showing you the Lip Trio and the Eye Pencil Collection.
These are my perfect colours. The coral pop is called Selfie, the warm nude is called Cami and the red shade is called Heartful. The Marks & Spencer formula for these is great – the pigment is lovely and the finish is a glossy sheen.
I chose these colours because they pretty much suit everyone – coral wakes up the face, the nude is warm and doesn’t wash out the lip and the red – it’s a ‘safe’ red! I’m hopeless at wearing red but this is very adapatable in terms of how much you put on – one slick for a gentle red and two for a bit more of a power red. It’s the one shade of red that isn’t a sheer gloss that I feel confident to wear.
I’m obsessed with kohl liners – I never leave the house without wearing liner on both inner rims and above the lash line. In fact, if I do have to leave one off, I leave off the lash line, but I never feel I look right without both. Liners are the products to get playful with – even if you like to keep your make up safe, a pop of colour on the lash line changes everything. These are very soft (nudge down the pointed ends though for more of a smoky line) and the colours are strong.
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The liners are a mix of sheen, matte and one glitter – the black at the end. I have a thing for black, black lashes and blue liners – it always looks very cool but the maroon sheen really does compliment my natural eye colour (brown).
So, there you go – only another couple of products to talk about – I’ll post on those next week. The BritishBeautyBlogger Marks & Spencer beauty collection *screams* launches on the 9th of October.
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