I did one of these posts in March 2016, and I think that it is time for me to do another one. My makeup collection is forever growing and I am constantly buying new things so over the next few months I am hopefully going to add some of these to my collection (as well as other things that I find along the way):
Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette:
I absolutely love ABH as a brand and own the Modern Renaissance palette and two of their highlighter palettes. This one is another thing that I cannot wait to get my hands on.
I love all of the colours in this palette and the fact that there is a mixture of shimmer shades and mattes which shows the diversity of looks you can get from this one palette. I sometimes find that a lot of palettes do not get the right balance between mattes and shimmers, but this looks like there is enough variations of both here to create a subtle look as well as something more dramatic.
The price of this is £43, which is quite pricey BUT is quite standard for higher end palettes and personally, I think they are worth the money. I have used my Modern Renaissance palette to death and the pigmentation of it is amazing as well as being super blendable so I am more than willing to spend the money on this palette too.
Benefit BADgal BANG! mascara:
Benefit is my go to makeup brand for a lot of beauty products and I use their RollerLash mascara on a daily basis so this is a must have on my to try list. (By the time this blog post went up I went out and ‘accidentally’ purchased this – I was shopping for a present and could not help myself… Oops! But I am still yet to try this out)
This is £21.50 and if it is anything like the other Benefit mascaras will do wonders for my lashes. I also love a volumnising mascara, so hopefully this does what it says it will. A review will be up once I have tested this out for myself.
Another eyeshadow palette here because they are my guilty pleasure. I love experimenting with new eyeshadow looks and this is another palette that I would love to try. I already have the MORPHE 350 and this would compliment this.
This palette has a lot more transitional shades than the 350 with some brighter pops of the autumnal colours. I know this palette has been out for a little while now but I still cannot wait to get my hands on it.
This is £23, which is a great price for the size of the pans and the pigmentation that MORPHE has to offer with its products.
Jouer Cosmetics – High Pigment Pearl Lip Gloss:
I already own a couple of Long-Wear Lip Crème Matte lipglosses by Jouer and I would love to try their Pearl formula as they look super glossy with a fair coverage of colour.
These are £14.50 each, which I would not normally pay for a lipgloss but if they are anything like the liquid lipsticks that I own, they are worth the money as they are so long lasting.
Too Faced Shadow Insurance:
I have used the Urban Decay eye shadow primer for quite a while now and I feel like I need to make a change for once in my life. Too Faced is a brand that I have a couple of makeup products from such as the Sweet Peach Palette, and would love to try out a few more of their products. I am guilty to say that I have never tried any of their melted lipsticks either and will get one for myself one day as I know that they are good from my friends having them.
This is £17 and is a standard price for a high-end eyeshadow primer. A lot of people just use a concealer as a primer and set with a setting powder – which is a method that I use a lot as well. Sometimes it is easier to skip the step of finding your eyeshadow primer when you already have your concealer out, but using a primer can work wonders to add to an intense eyeshadow look though and enhance pigmentation.
I hope that you enjoyed this post. Let me know what products you would like to try or any that you would recommend as I am always on the lookout for new things to try. Follow my blog to see reviews and updates of products.