Weekly Loves #2





First up is the Beauty UK High Brow kit, a budget brow palette that I have recently rediscovered. I went through a period of using this every day last year, then tossed it aside in attempts to add some variety to my brow routine. However, coming back to it now I remember why I liked it so much. It contains four brow shades which should cater to most hair colours, from blonde to black. I generally use the medium brown to shape, with a little of the light brown in the front my brows. It works a treat, and is a great option if you're on a tight budget. 

This week, I've also been loving the Stila Colour Me Pretty Convertible Colour Palette, which I got as a present back in January. This palette has not gotten enough love, so I decided to pull it out and make an effort to use it. I've really been loving the shades Gerbera (middle) and Petunia (far right). The formula of these is flawless, especially if you have dry skin like I do. The colours are gorgeous and perfect for perking up the face. Also, that highlight shade? Stunning, and annoyingly only available in this palette to my knowledge. The palette is a great option if want to try out the formula but aren't sure which shade to get. 

For skincare, I've been giving my Clinique Cleansing Balmsome major love this week. I've been cleansing with this every evening and loving it. It's just perfect for my dry skin and leaves it feeling so soft. Also, it's unscented so it's a good one for anyone with sensitive skin. 

Lastly, a product I never expected to like. The Benefit They're Real Push Up Liner has had some mixed reviews from bloggers since its release, with some saying it was a bit tricky to use. I picked up a sample size of the liner in a kit with the They' re Real Mascara (available here) and I have to say, I've been converted. The shape of the rubber nib is perfect for creating a wing, it's as simple as stamping it on. The formula is slightly on the dry side, but I actually prefer this as it seems to make me less prone to mistakes. I'm totally useless when it comes to liner and this is the first time I can remember doing winged liner and not having to reach for a single cotton bud. I think we've got a winner here. 

Have you tried any of these products?

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