Category Archives: Cheeks

From a beauty perspective one of the disadvantages of living in the UK is that some products or brands are just not available over here. It’s very frustrating to see amazing products that are on the market; in the US for instance, that are simply unobtainable without shelling out a small fortune for a plane […]

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A product that has become more prominent in my kit over the past year is cream blusher. Until reasonably recently good cream blushers were a little thin on the ground but now there is a myriad of creamy products to choose from and this is one of them… Kjaer Weis Cream Blush in Abundance Inspired […]

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Over the past couple of weeks summer has been fighting back here in the UK and although its been fantastic to see a bit of sun, these heady temperatures aren’t too good for make-up. To help combat the melting, I thought I’d put together some tips for heat-proofing your make-up. Base Use a BB cream […]

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Rain, tents, mud, porta-loos, brief sunny interlude, wellies, glow sticks, more rain… See where I’m going with this? Yep, it’s festival time again.   The list of annual music, food, theatre and comedy events is ever growing and with festival time upon us, what should you pack to stay looking good whilst you are dancing […]

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I recently put together a list of my top five products for shading, so it only seems right to follow with some products that will draw the eye – the highlighters.   When it comes to highlighter, you generally want to avoid product containing high quantities of glitter or shimmer particles. A soft sheen or […]

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The use of clever contouring techniques can really make a difference to your features. Strengthened jawbones, straightened noses and sharper cheekbones can all be created with just the application of one or two products. Contouring requires the use of a shader to add depth and a highlighter to enhance high points, but what do you […]

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