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.
I’ve mentioned this once or twice already on my channel, but I’d really like to buy less makeup and clothing in 2020. As a smaller creator, I often feel like I need to buy and review the latest products to get more views, so this is going to be a big challenge. But I can start by being more mindful.
It doesn’t feel like Christmas until I’m wearing a festive jumper, but I sometimes find them difficult to style with my top-heavy frame. Of course, not everyone cares about whether clothes are flattering over the Christmas season (more power to you if you don’t), but I’ve found a few ways to feel more confident in my festive jumpers and thought I’d share them over here.
After months of keeping my makeup fairly minimal to stop it melting in the heat, I’m finally cracking out my eyeshadow palettes and liquid liner again. Here are five products in my stash that have really been helping me refresh my looks this season.
Sometimes… people gain weight. I know, right? Shocking. I know that, and I would never give anyone else a hard time about it… but for some reason, I couldn’t show myself that same kindness.
One of the many things I’m looking forward to in autumn is being able to wear makeup without it sliding down my face. Like my previous favourites post, it’s been a bit too hot for me to experiment with my routine this month, but here are the products I stuck with in August: