I’m very picky when it comes to primers and foundations; but I’ve tried quite a few base products from Revolution at this point and most of the time, I’m very impressed, so I was keen to try their new Glass Liquid Skin Primer.
I’ve seen other influencers experiment with faux freckles, and found the perfect product to try it for myself. I’ve been using the Lottie London Freckle Tint for a few weeks now, so I wanted to share my routine for creating natural-looking freckles.
Last year, I decided that I was doing a bit too much shopping and wanted to slow things down in 2020. I could never do a “No Buy”, because I just love shopping and can’t cut it out of my life, so I thought a Low Buy would be the way to go.
Switching to reusable cotton pads seemed like an easy way to help the planet – so I picked some up earlier this year.
I’ve bought probably far too foundations, and found the majority weren’t right for one reason or another… but over the years, I’ve found ways to make dud formulas work for me, with a bit of effort.
The Revolution Reloaded Provocative Eyeshadow Palette* is definitely “inspired by” the Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette… but significantly cheaper at only £5.