Hi all, hope you’ve been well. Recently I’ve started taking a little bit more care of my hands – don’t get me wrong I always and I mean always have hand care products with me on the go, but I think it’s a more I need everything with me ‘just in case’ rather than I need to keep my hands well treated. However, things have changed.
I think that it is the fact that I have started working now, so my hands are in constant use with typing and phone calls and writing and for some reason I have become a bit of a germaphobe so I always want my hand sanitised even though it is my keyboard I am using and my phone. This leads on to this little life saver, this is the Bath and Body Works PocketBac hand gel in Cheeky Berry. I was gifted this little beauty by Asmaa (she writes over at Chocoholic Hijabi) and I just absolutely love the scent of it. It’s a cherry and vanilla crossover scent, and smells divine. Every time I use it I always catch waves of it later on while I do things – and it kills germs! It really is going to keep my sanity in the work place.
This next product is actually my favourite, this is the best hand cream I have used to date. This is Molton Brown Ylang Ylang Hand Cream, an absolutely gorgeous smelling hand cream that has my hands feeling softer than any other cream has ever left it. As I type this, I have just massaged the cream on to my hands and the effect it leaves is so moisturising. I can’t fully describe how it feels, but it is a bit like my hands were really thirsty prior to use and after, they just feel so rehydrated. Believe me, I am not a hand cream kind of girl but this product has completely converted me. Every time I put this on hands at work, the people next to me always mention how good it smells. Sometimes it’s the combination of the sanitiser and this, the mixture just smells so delicious. Normally, it takes me months and months to go through a small tube, so I always offer people my cream when they walk past.. not anymore! This beauty is going to be just for my hands only. It contain notes of Madagascan ylang-ylang perfume oil (rich and calming) and yuan zhi extract to help rebalance, scents I have actually not really tried nor been interested in however now I am really tempted to try other products from the Molton Brown range. I believe this scent range also has a body wash and body lotion. I’m not a body cream girl, but the body wash will definitely be going on my wish list. Molton Brown has always been a ‘luxury’ brand in my option, and the packaging on the hand cream definitely matches that opinion. It’s weighty, sleek and rather pretty looking. You can pick it up here for just £10 – a definite repurchase.
I hope you enjoyed my little post of hand essentials, I think I need to add cuticle oil to the mini routine I have going on as my cuticles always let down my Nail of the Day pictures (hence why I never post them!). Let me know what products you like to use on your hands and any recommendations. Until next time, have an amazing day Tanzina x
Hi all, It’s been a while since I have done a makeup post, mostly because I haven’t had enough time on my hands to create one, but today I wanted to share this look with you as I really like how it turned out. I’ve named it ‘Steel So Smokey’ as it is still a bit smokey and the grey colour reminds me of a steel blue. It is using mostly Anastasia Beverly Hills products, but as so many of you were interested in her products I thought how best to demonstrate it if not by a makeup look?
This look is all eye makeup look, it isn’t a full face look but I think (no promises) that sometime in the near future I may create a video tutorial featuring this eye makeup as I like it so much. Without much further ado let’s get on to the look and the products I used to create it.
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
Anastasia Lavish Eye Shadow Palette: Antique, Black Diamond and Cream
Anastasia Covet Eye Liner Pencil
Lets Go Lashes Temptress 4
Anastasia Dipbrow: Chocolate
Anastasia Brow Powder Duo: Dark Brown
Anastasia Clear Brown Gel
Kevyn Aucoin Skin Enhancer : Sx 08
Baremineral Lash Domination
Fresh Look Contacts: Misty Grey
The first thing I did was concentrate on the brows, I always do this as I feel then I have a clean canvas to start on. I outlined the brow with Anastasia Dipbrow in Chocolate, I love this product for outlining. Next I filled in with her Brow Powder Duo in Dark Brown and set the hairs in one direction (to make it look more full) with Anastasia Clear Brow Gel. Ta-da, brows are good to go! The next thing I did was prep the eye for shadow, especially as I was using such a light colour on the lid. I applied NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk all over the eye and patted it in. I then applied the Covet Eyeliner Pencil in Noir just above the crease, causing almost a cut crease line. I then went ahead and applied a mixture Antique and Black Diamond all over it blending it it into the socket and slightly above the crease line. I also applied the mixture in to the outer V of the eye. Next taking the light shadow Cream I blended the colour above the crease line and highlighted the crease. I love this shadow as the colour is so blendable and is perfect for both highlighting and blending out colours. After that, I went back an concentrated on the lid and applied Cream all over it. To finish I deepened the crease and outer V with a mix of Antique and Black Diamond again added the mix onto the bottom lash line. I went back with Cream and highlighted the inner corners to open up the eyes a bit more.
I then added the finish touches, liner, lashes all that jazz. I wanted a more soft look for the liner so I avoided liquid eye liner and used Covet Liner in Noir on the lash line and filled in my waterline with it too. I blended the top line out with a stiff brush slightly to soften up a bit more and used Bare Mineral Lash Domination on my lashes. I popped on Let’s Go Lashes in Temptres 4 and cleaned up around the eyes using Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer in sx 08. Finally I popped on these awesome contacts from Fresh Look in Misty Grey and I was done!
That is it for the look and also today’s post. I’m not sure what kind of lips to pair this look with, maybe something subtle like a nude or maybe a coral pink to brighten things up? I think it all depends on my mood to be honest, if I need a pick me up I usually opt for a brighter lip! I hope you have all been well, I have got a few more makeup posts planned, hopefully I will deliver! I have just acquired an Ipad Air, so am using Twitter a bit more so please do come over and tweet me here. Until next times my loves, have a great day. Tanzina x
Hi loves, hope you are okay. Today’s post as you have guessed is about the perfumes in my life.. No, it isn’t a perfume collection post (though I do need to do one of those!), instead it is about the recent additions to my perfume collections. As some of you may know, I recently turned 23 and for my birthday I gained a couple of lovely scents to add to my stash.
My perfume collection has grown and grown, my loved ones always seem to think perfume is perfect for a beauty loving gal (they’re not wrong) and this year was no different. I gained not one, but two gorgeous perfumes to add to my growing collection. I can’t give you a too in-depth review of the perfumes as this is more of a first impression post, but I have been wearing them enough to make up my mind on whether I like them or not.
The first new introduction to my collection is this Juicy Couture ‘Couture La La’ perfume that I was gifted to by one of my beautiful friends. I was really excited to try this perfume, I already own a Juicy Couture perfume and I had been meaning to add another one to that family. As with all JC perfumes, this one was housed in a gorgeous decorated glass bottle and the perfume itself has a pretty pinkish tint. The notes in this are sparkling mandarin with bold white florals and as you probably already know, anything with white floral notes is bound to be a hit with me and this was no different. I’ve been wearing this mostly in the day time and so far I am loving it, I’ve had a few questions at work at what I am wearing – that can only be a positive sign. It came in a set with a body lotion and shower gel – the lotion has been nabbed by my mum but the shower gel I am keeping because I need more travel friendly sized shower gels in my stash!
The second perfume I was gifted was this gorgeous Dior Hypnotic Poison by my best friend. I actually had my eyes on Dior ‘Miss Dior’ and I think my best friend got that a bit muddled up but they did give me the receipt in case I wanted to exchange. I am not giving this back. I had a little sniff in the perfume aisle of this before I opened it and I think I fell a little bit in love. It’s quite deep, musky intoxicating scent with notes of bitter Almond and Carvi, Sambac Jasmine, Vanilla and Musk. The second I read it contains Jasmine I thought to myself ‘no wonder I love this, it only contains one of favourite notes ever!’ This is definitely an evening scent for me, I love wearing it for evening meals out and such. This also comes in a set with a clutch and a body lotion, and actually surprisingly the clutch itself is actually quite nice and the lotion is bottled in a rather pretty container. Overall I am really impressed and I’m so glad my best friend made a little mix up and landed this in my life.
That is it for this perfume post, I got rather lucky and got two perfumes that I really do enjoy and one works well for day time and one for the evening. I think I still do have my heart set on acquiring Dior ‘Miss Dior’ so I might drop a few hints when present giving situations arise! I don’t think I’ve bought myself perfume since I was about 16 and I kind of want to carry on that rather spoilt traditon.. a little naughty of me to though to be honest! What is your favourite perfume? And do let me know if you would like to see a perfume collection post/video too. Tanzina x
Hi lovelies. Long time no speak ):
I seem to start every post with that lately, but adjusting to work life is much harder than I thought it would be. Finding time for myself is a little difficult but every now and then I squeeze some in. Eventually I think I will find a routine but until then bear with me please! Okay, today’s post is a wuick and easy one to et me into the swing of things. Recently I done a mini haul of some products I had to purchase so I thought I would share them with you.
The first place I stopped off at was Illamasqua, they were having their up 70% off sale and there were a few pieces that I had my eye on that ended up in sale! That is one thing I love about Illamasqua, their sales include stuff you would actually buy full price, not just left over tat they want to get rid off like some brands! The first thing I needed to have in my stash was the Illmasqua Pure Pigment in Furore. It had been recommended to me so many times and I had fallen in love with it when I swatched it and I knew it would make a gorgeous highlighter. It’s a pretty champagne peach shimmer and looks beautiful on the high points of your cheek bones -also as a shadow too. Unfortunately it doesn’t photograph half as well as it looks in real life, trust me and swatch it! I got it for the bargain price of £7.50 (see it here)
I also picked up another Illamasqua goodie that I had been eyeing up for so so long. This is Illamasqua Pecision Liquid Eyeliner in Scribe and it’s probably the best white eyeliner in the beauty market, and again it wasn’t a want product it was a need. It is a matte, opaque liquid eyeliner that glides on so smoothly. I had been lusting after it for a while, I knew it would be great for my makeup arsenal and maybe help me create bolder looking makeup looks. I am yet to use it but when I do, you’ll know about it! I also picked this up for £7.50 (see it here)
Now onto the second part of my haul. This is the same product times five and as you can see from the pictures this is the Avon Supershock Gel Eyeliner Pencil in Black. Now this is clear necessity clearly, who can function without black eyeliner. Again these were sale picks, they had been reduced from £6.00 to £3.00 each (AND it’s currently on offer now! here). This is an amazing eyeliner, it’s basically the Urban Decay ones but much cheaper. It glides on so smootly, fully coats the waterline and is so easy to smoke your eyes out with. I picked up 5 because at the time there was an offer of free p&p if you spend £15 and I HATE spending money on p&p. It bugs me. Another reason why I love Illamasqua – free p&p!
That is all I picked up, it was a mini haul but I thought you would still like to see it. I currently have a giveaway going on, I believe it ends tomorrow so make sure you enter! I shall try post more regularly too but like I said, I’m still trying to get the balance between free time and work right. I shall get there! Tanzina x
Hi loves! Yay I am writing a second post this week, that makes me very happy. It has officially been one month since I started working full time and I haven’t able to write as much as I would like however the fact I am typing this now has got me very excited. You all have been so supportive, visiting my blog even on days where I’ve been quiet and today I have a little giveaway as a thank you for always being so amazing (:
I am giving away a little set which is an Elemis Radiance Collection ‘Balancing Set‘. The set is part of a new Elemis launch, the Radiance Collection which I will be writing more on at a later date. This set contains: 1 x Balancing Lime Blossom Cleanser, 1 x Balancing Lavender Cleanser and a mini Pro-Radiance Illuminating Flash Balm. The set also comes with a luxury mesh wash bag. This set is perfect for those wanting radiant skin and I would say it is aimed at the normal to combination/oily skin type.
Now how to win:
The giveaway will run for TWO weeks so it will start from today and end on the 20th so make sure you enter! Make sure you fill in the Rafflecopter form below to make sure your vote is counted. Unfortunately this is an UK Only giveaway.
And that is it for this post. I have my fingers crossed for you and hopefully I will be posting off this prize to one of my lovely readers. I really hope yu guys will love using Elemis as much as I do. Elemis really is one of my favourite skin care brands to use and one of you will soon know why! Speak to you soon! Tanzina xx
Hi loves. I accidentally forgot to renew a part of my site and my blog was down for a day! Noooo.. but it is up now (evidently!) and I’m back to being happy again. I haven’t done a ‘Face Edit’ post in a while and today I thought I would get back into the swing of things with a quick look at a brush set in my collection. This is for all my cream/liquid product lovers, I have got you covered here. When it comes to foundation/cream product brushes I prefer to use synthetic so I had to introduce you to this set.
If you were after a set that answered all your cream base product needs, then this it. This is the Nanshy Professional Makeup Brush Set and it contains four synthetic brushes. The bristles are all soft and easily washable – something I look for especially in base brushes as I wash them much more often than eye/brow makeup brushes. The brushes don’t shed during washes and they also stay in shape after washing. I’ve been unlucky enough to experience brushes that are completely ruined after their first wash and I’m happy to say this set doesn’t contain any of those! The handles are also thick so easy to hold and use.
I thought I would quickly talk you through the brushes and what I use them for. Lets start with the egg shaped brush, I like to thing this one to be a beauty blender in brush form. The bristles in this brush (and all the rest) are very dense meaning that you get a lot more control and the product goes where you want it to. I’ve been using this mostly for my concealer, it fits under my eyes perfectly and also blends well too. I also use it for my cream highlighter on my cheekbones, again I get more control and I love the finish. This has to be my most used/favourite from the set. Next we have the angle brush. This is perfect for apply cream products especially cream contour. I do my best fish face and use it to swipe on the contour product and buff it in. I also use it to buff in cream blusher – something I’ve been using quite a bit but that’s a whole new post!
Next are the foundation brushes. Now everyone uses foundation brushes differently so you might use yours different to mine, but this is how I use mine. The flat top brush I find is great at stippling product on, so when I want really full coverage (very rarely) I use this to build up layers without it looking too cakey. This also is dense enough to swirl and buff in product too. The round top foundation brush is one I use more often, it’s perfect for that light natural skin finish, I just buff in the foundation easily and the shape does remind me of the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush. I also use this brush for applying translucent powder to set the makeup, it is a multi tasker and on lazy days I also use it for blush! I think this one is my second favourite from the set even though they all are great. The stippling one is going into my freelance makeup kit as some clients do want more heavy finishes to their makeup and that will be perfect for them.
The Nanshy Professional Brush Set retails for £29.95 which I think is reasonable price for a set of four considering one MAC face brush costs more than the set combined. The set isn’t one of those which will be ruined after a year, I can see the brushes lasting years and years and years, you get the point. You can find it here, since it is on Amazon you can also read reviews of what people think so just don’t take my word on it – it has some amazing reviews.
That is it for today’s post, it feels like ages since my last one but I think it’s been around a week. I should have a giveaway up for you all sometime this week so look out for that and until next time I shall speak to you soon. Lots of love, Tanzina x
I’ve been much more quieter on here than I would have liked however I’m trying not to pressure myself too much when it comes to blogging as understandably, when you start a full time job, the balance between work and blogging takes a while to figure itself out. However fingers crossed I will fall into a routine and until then please don’t give up on me! Today I have a bath post for you, I adore long soaks and these are my current favourite products that accompany me to the bath tub.
The first area I concentrate on is my face. For some reason I feel like if my face isn’t fully cleansed my bath isn’t complete, I know it’s weird but it is what works for me. As it is the colder season I like to use a moisturising cleanser and I think my favourite cleanser of 2013 is definitely the Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm. I love this, I’ve talked about it loads here and you can find a review here. After I have cleansed, I use a mud mask.. somehow if it isn’t a mud mask it isn’t worthy of being included in my pamper bath. It’s not satisfying if it doesn’t tighten and become solid against my skin! My mask of choice is this gorgeous jar of Spa Find Stabilizing Mud Mask – you can get hold of it here.
These next two products are essential to a good luxury bath experience, and that is a candle and bubble bath. My current favourite candle is a Yankee one, and it is the Yankee Midnight Jasmine one which burns away next to my bath surrounded my tea lights. This has a great scent throw and I love the scent of Jasmine… which leads nicely on to my next product. This is the Bodhi Jasmine Falls Bath & Shower Therapy and I just love it. It is the truest representation to the jasmine scent that I have found in the beauty market and just a drop envelops my bath room with its fragrance. I raved about it in detail here if you want to know more reasons why I love it.
The final two products are all about making my body feel and smell gorgeous. I don’t really use my pamper baths as a way of rigorously cleansing my body, I probably done that already as part of my morning shower however I do like to treat myself to some special products. I like to let my hair experience the best hair product ever which comes in the form of Macadamia Oil Deep Repair Masque which is just amazing for my hair. I get silky, beautiful smelling hair after using this and it really is a ‘treat’ product for me as I don’t want my hair getting too used to this. Next I like to use a shower cream to gently scrub my skin clean, I like cream products in the colder season as opposed to gel as it is less drying. Currently I am using Elemis Frangipani Monoi Shower Cream which smells delicious and leaves my skin soft. Pick it up here.
That is it for my post, I didn’t want to go too in depth but just point out what my favourites are. I probably have gone in depth with these products in other posts, hence why they are in my favourites! I’d love to know what you love in the bath, leave me a comment or say something on twitter (I’m @makeupatoz). Please do bear with me while I find my new blogging routine and look out for ANOTHER giveaway coming soon. Thank you sooo much for all the new readers too and of course to the old for always being there. Tanzina x
Hi lovelies, I feel like I haven’t typed on here for so long (it’s probably only been around a week). This week was an exciting one for me, I traveled quite a bit around the country staying in different cities as part of my work training. Although it was rather glamorous at times I desperately craved my family and bed and am very happy to be sat in bed while I type this. This post is about my most used eyeshadows, all the ‘Best of 2013′ posts had me thinking what products do I use all the time and when it comes to eyeshadows it is rather easy to choose. (Warning: This post is quite in depth)
My most used shadows are from MAC, housed in quad palette, and go with me everywhere (especially this week as I have been travelling). I actually had never tried any MAC shadows previous to my introduction to these ones, and actually the shadows were part of my very first proper MAC haul (read about that here). I use these shadows in pretty much every single makeup look I create and also use the shadows in my makeup kit for clients.
The palette consists of four eyeshadows, and a lot of thought went into choosing them. First shade is MAC Carbon, a deep matte true black. I chose this shade because a true black is essential in makeup looks whether it is to add slight depth, smudge the liner, create a smokey look or any other reasons. Next I chose MAC Brown Down, described as a teddy bear brown. All the shades I house in my palette are matte shades and this one is no different. I like to think of this shade as a crease and contour shade. I apply it to the crease of my eye lid to create depth or sometimes just to define the contour of the lid a bit more. I also use it on the bottom lash line quite a bit to softly define it. There are so many different uses for shades like this, if I started listing it then we’d be here all day! Oh, I also use it to define my brows slightly if I can’t get hold of a brow product.
The next shade is MAC Wedge, a satin matte taupe beige shade (quite similar to Urban Decay Naked shadow actually) and it is what I call a ‘transitional’ shade meaning I use it mostly to blend out colours and soften harsh lines. For me the shade is slightly warmer than my skin tone so for that purpose it works really well and I can easily layer a highlighting shade over it. I would say for paler skin tones, this would work really well as your eye contour shade. Finally to complete the quattro we have MAC Brule, a matte soft cream beige shade. This is my highlighting shade, perfect for highlighting under the brow and inner corners. I sometimes (read: most of the time) get lazy and also use this as my blending shades and for simple looks that works perfectly fine. I prefer a soft understated highlighter under my brow, I find shimmery finishes look to try-hard on me and I only use those for heavy makeup looks. The only thing I find annoying about this shade is that MAC are now bringing out a neutrals palette and I don’t have any shades from there except from Brule. I hate having doubles and I want that palette!!
That is it for my favourite shadows, although there are only four they are hands down my most used. I have always been tempted to purchase the Urban Decay Naked Basics palette but I’ve always put it off because I have this quad which I think does the job just the same if not better for me. If your thinking of buying some MAC shadows I would definitely recommend these and if you don’t like these then I would recommend going for shades you really know you will use often as the shadows are quite pricey.
I hope you enjoyed today’s post, I was worried I was yapping too much however I did want you to know exactly why they are my favourite and I think you now do! P.S It’s my 23rd Birthday tomorrow! I feel like this will be a life changing year for me, I have just started my career and fingers crossed this year will bring me lots of happiness. I think I am going to just spend the day at home with my family, it’s been many years since I just stayed home with them on my big day and I think it is about time I done it again. Until next time, have a lovely day! Tanzina x
Make sure you have entered my giveaway, there are lots of amazing NYX goodies : Enter here
Once upon a time the thought of applying product to enhance my brows was such a foreign concept – brow pencils, no thank you! It fell in the out dated or drag queen category, something I never would even consider let alone try. Now? Well let’s just say I will happy give eye shadow, eye liner, lipstick.. all that a miss but not my groomed brows. Today I want to talk to you about a revolutionary product in my opinion introduced to us mere mortals by the brow guru herself, Anastasia Soare.
The latest addition to the Anastasia Beverly Hills line is the DipBrow Pomade, a waterproof cream product aimed at the brows. At first I thought it would be similar to a gel eyeliner which I have in the past used for my brows but it isn’t. It adheres to the brow hairs much better than gel liner ever will, it sets and does not slip nor smudge – a problem I found with my MAC Dipdown (brown gel liner). It also doesn’t have the unwanted shine finish the MAC product was giving me. I’m finding the DipBrow range to be a god send for my makeup clients, previously I only used powder brow products on clients with oily sin types as you really want a fade-proof and smudge-proof brow finish and this product delivers that even on oily/combination skin.
There are 5 different colours in the range to suit all colour types. We have: Blonde, Auburn, Chocolate, Dark Brown and Ebony. The colours are made to coexist alongside the existing shade range of products, so you can easily match Brow Powder, Brow Wiz etc with the DipBrow products. My favourites are Chocolate and Dark Brown, I mix the two colours for the perfect finish to my brows. If you look at my Instagram (@makeupatoz) you can see me using the mixture. I’ve actually also been using the products as an eyeshadow base! The consistency works well as I can easily spread it all over my lid with my fingers and if you wanted to you could also use it as eyeliner. I’ve been creating such easy smokey brown looks with these.
I’ve really been enjoying using these little pots of perfection, they glide on so smoothly. The best brush to use would be an angled synthetic brush, I’ve been using the Anastasia #12 brush which was designed for the DipBrow Pomade. After applying the product make sure to blend it with a clean spoolie (I love that word!). The product stays on so well that even my Bioderma doesn’t remove it properly, you’ll need a waterproof makeup remover and it will just wipe away. It retails for £15.00 here at Cult Beauty, I think that is so affordable as one pot is sure to last you absolutely ages as you only need a tiny little bit.
I could carry on raving about how awesome this product is but I think this post might go into essay territory. Just trust me it is really special. I’ve been quite quiet on here as of late, I have actually just started a new job and have been travelling up and down the country for training. I’m actually heading to Manchester tomorrow so that means a super early 4AM start for me as it is a really long journey away, we are talking around 5 hours drive away! Wish me luck and I shall speak to you soon! Tanzina x
Happy Monday! This week I have embarked on a challenge from the lovely people at NYX – I was challenged to do a ten minute makeup looking using NYX products. Firstly I was a little worried, under pressure always equals bad results for me but I thought I’d embrace it as it is certain to create entertainment for you all. I ended up opting for a slight smokey look which I hope you like!
NYX is one of my favourite affordable makeup brand, they really have some amazing treasures at amazing prices and the introduction of NYX products to NEXT stores here in the UK was a genius decision in my opinion. Previously I was ordering online or buying at trade shows and I really have amassed quite a bit of NYX in my makeup stash. However now I can go in store and try products rather than just second guessing shades online and looking for swatches on blogs. Let’s get onto the products used for this look.
- NYX Shine Killer
- NYX Matte Bronzer in Medium
- NYX Illuminator in Chaotic
- Cargo One Step Concealer in 02
- NYX Wicked Dreams Palette
- NYX Gel Eyeliner & Smudger in Scarlette
- NYX Cosmetics Propel My Eyes Mascara
- NYX Lip Pencil in Fuschia
- NYX Round Lipstick in Thalia
- NYX Mega Shine Lip Gloss in Beige
I think super quick makeup is really achievable, this was the first time of me attempting it as I have never really timed myself before however next time I think I will be even better. I think multi use products really help, like the NYX Gel liner which I used on my brows as well as for liner. Also use your fingers, they get the job done faster. If you are a foundation wearer I would suggest applying and blending with fingers. I was actually really impressed with the Shine Killer, it’s a great primer and so silky and definitely a must have in my opinion. It is almost half the price of Benefit Porefessional and in my opinion better, it works both on dry and oily skin whereas Porefessional doesn’t merge well with dry skin.
Now the giveaway, I will be giving away some of the products used in this look so you can try them yourself! The products are:
- NYX Shine Killer
- NYX Matte Bronzer in Medium
- NYX Illuminator in Chaotic
- NYX Wicked Dreams Palette
- NYX Gel Eyeliner & Smudger in Scarlette
- NYX Cosmetics Propel My Eyes Mascara
- NYX Mega Shine Lip Gloss in Beige
To enter it is very simple you have to be following through Bloglovin (I will be checking) or subscribe to my Youtube channel and leave a comment on the video and you will be entered into the giveaway. You can also earn more entries if you like my Facebook page and follow me on Twitter but those options are not mandatory – Bloglovin/Youtube are! The giveaway will run for 3 weeks so it will start from today and end on the 27th so make sure you enter.
I think that is it for the post, make sure to check out the video and share your thoughts on it. Let me know if their are any NYX goodies you have your eyes on. I’m really going to try make more videos and if you have any requests just let me know. Have a lovely day and I shall speak to you soon. Tanzina x