I’ve been on a bit of a crazy train lately, having tried almost all the foundations I thought would be great for Spring & Summer as well as the up & coming wedding bells nearer to the end of the year. Well by what’s above it’s all seems like a great waste of time because I’ve gone back to old favourites but applied them in a better way. This is perfect for those warm Spring days & eventually hot Summer days as well as it lasting as long as you can.
By the title you would think that this post could be full of Spring but if anything I’m attempting to say good-bye to most of my Winter time favourites. So this might not suit for what is to come but British weather being what it is anything could happen! I just can’t help but loving these things, I may have written to death about a few but I see that as a good sign that they’ll likely end up in a empties post one day. Oh & it just happens to be all make-up this month
When I bought Clinique’s Black Honey eyeshadow for my Birthday I knew it was something special at first swatch. Unlike any shade I own not even Mac’s Cranberry has anything on this one. When I came across this dupe recently I just had to share it with you all. Continue reading “Clinique’s Famous Eyeshadow – A Black Honey Dupe For £1”
I’ve meant to get back into monthly favourites as it’s been a little on & off. My last was in October & a Best Of 2014. I’ve not been buying much lately so I didn’t want to repeat myself or suggest something before giving it enough use. These are mainly things I got for Christmas so I’ve had a good few months to see what have become firm favourites.
This is my update post about Clinique’s Beyond Perfecting Foundation. If you want more detail on how the foundation works, what it feels like & things like coverage you can go to my first post at Beyond Perfecting. I was all in to buy this foundation when I tried the sample I got in a magazine. Even though the shade was completely wrong (which you can laugh at in the first post), the foundation worked well for me. I decided the best thing to do was get a sample of the right shade.