I seem to have been on a bit of a roll recently when it comes to Instagram competitions. I’ve been lucky enough to win a few beauty products of late (whoohoo!!!) and this included a couple of items from German make-up brand Benecos.

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  • Lovely post by the way, I’ve never tried anything by this brand but I was impressed after reading your review. The price point seems so good for the quality and it being a natural brand. You were so lucky to win those competitions too. I’m currently using a Lavera eyeshadow quad, it’s my favourite, but it’s almost reached pan now. Might have to consider Benecos this spring! :-) xx

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      Hi helen,
      thank you so much for your kind words. This shadow is definitely worth a try – as is the rest of the Benecos range. Let me know how you get on :)
      L xReplyCancel

Continuing with the Fairtrade Fortnight theme, I thought I would share some of the fairly traded essentials I have in my kit. The basics, the things that help make my job as a Make-up Artist possible.

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We all know about Fairtrade chocolate, bananas and coffee but what do you know about Fairtrade beauty? In reality you are probably just like me and the answer is not all that much but believe it or not small scale farmers in over fifty countries produce ingredients which are used in some of our beauty products […]

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  • […] brand, Oblique (formally Essential Care) was founded by Margaret and Colin Weeds and their daughter Abi in 2003. You can read more about them in my Behind The brand post. Eco-Credentials: Soil […]ReplyCancel

 I’m conscious that I have been a little skincare heavy of late. In the colder months I find myself focusing more on skincare than make-up in a bid to combat my winter ravaged skin. Like many people in the winter my skin really suffers; it feels tight and is desperately dehydrated and so I’m always […]

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