One of these days I’m going to find a flattering selfie angle, and actually share photos of the result. For now, lookie how I arrange them products on lined paper, eh. Eh, eh?!
- Foundation – Oriflame Matte Control Foundation
- Face Powder – IsaDora Perfect Loose Powder
- Concealer – Bourjois 123 PERFECT CC EYE CREAM
A discontinued version of the Oriflame Matte foundation. I swear, Oriflame‘s been rebranding like there’s no tomorrow. It’s an OK foundation with medium coverage, but I’m just not sure. When it comes out of the tube, it’s a bit on the yellow/ grey side, which makes me all giddy inside. Yes, I said grey, and yes, giddy. But when you apply it and it oxidises a bit, it a) becomes about a tone darker than in the tube; b) loses all the yellowness and greyness and goes pink. And I do not need pink undertones in my face makeup, nuh uh.
Why am I suddenly accenting about every other word with italics?
The concealer I used for undereye only. I wish it were a lighter shade. It’s an OK concealer, but I don’t think I’d be repurchasing it.
- Eyeshadow Primer – Artdeco pure minerals Mineral Eyeshadow Base Sensitive
- Inglot AMC Shine 49
- Oriflame The ONE Colour Impact Cream Eye Shadow Petroleum Shine 30748
- Oriflame The One Colour Match Eye Shadow Duo in Brown 30970
- Avon Hollywood quad
- Mascara – Oriflame HyperStretch Mascara
- Oriflame Eyelash Curlers
Inglot was used all over the lid. It’s one of my favourite eye shadows ever. The Colour Impact Cream Eye Shadow is beginning to dry around the edges a little bit, I need to use it more often. It doesn’t last particularly long on the lid, so that limits my ability to wear it, especially since it’s such a deep shade of green. The brown duo doesn’t last long as well, but it’s a pretty neutral shade, so I wear it more often. I used the lightest colour in the Avon Hollywood quad in the inner corners of my eyes.
In all honesty, the colours looked much better together in my head. It worked, but it wasn’t exactly what I was going for.
- Relouis pencil
- Avon Hollywood quad
Now that I used the lightest shade in the quad for the brow bone (not like I haven’t before, but you know), I keep thinking that the matte brown might work for brows themselves. I’m one of those lucky people who don’t need a lot of filling in or drawing, but it’s still good to give a few strokes here and there just to even things out, especially if you’ve got a full face of makeup going on.
- Oriflame Lip Impact Deep Berry 26573
This is the discontinued version of the Oriflame lip crayons. They have since then released the new ones that you don’t have to sharpen (yay), but I’m not sure what they’ve done to the formula. I’m going to try one soon and report on that.
I was going to do a separate post for each and every crayon I own, because I just love lip crayons like I used to love the damn Crayolas when I was a kid. This is a deep grape colour that’s perfect for autumn.