I meant to post this ages ago but it got overlooked and has been sitting uncompleted in my draft posts folder. I would normally August would be a little late to consider putting out this kind of post but as the weather shows no sign of abating I thought ‘what the heck’… ;)

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  • Mirjam

    The colours look georgeous. Which lipsticks are shown in the pictures? Especially like the picture of lilacs, the gloss and the pink (actually I like all of them :-))ReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      Haha! Thank you :) Actually I don’t think any of the images depict the lipsticks Ive mentioned just similar ones.From top to bottom: Clementine (Bite Beauty), Deep Red and Bright Pink (Couleur Caramel), Abaca-Bam (Lippy Girl) blended with Neon Angel (Ilia Beauty), Clear lip tar from OCC blended with Sparkling Foam gloss (Couleur Caramel)
      I hope this helpsReplyCancel

I’ve been going through mascaras like bars of 85% chocolate of late. Having run out of the two I had on the go, I then promptly lost both the replacements in the space of a fortnight! I’m blaming the heat but in reality there is a house fairy somewhere in our midst with a severe […]

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  • Patricia

    Does this mascara smudge easily? Or flakes?
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    PatriciaReplyCancel

    • Organic Makeup Artist

      Hi Patricia
      I haven’t found it to flake and it seems to only smudge if they eyes are rubbed (or of course if I cry). I idon’thave particularly oily eyelids so once on it stays pretty well – on me at least :)
      Hope this helps
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BB creams started life in 1960s Germany, formulated by dermatologist Dr. Christine Schrammek. Originally designed with soothing and healing properties to protect patients skin following laser surgery, BB creams were introduced to Japan and Korea 1985, where they became highly prized (amongst actresses especially) for their skin perfecting effects.

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