Monday, 23 October 2017

Rodial vs MakeUp Revolution Banana Powder



Two powders, two very different price tags. Banana powder has become something of a bestseller recently so I have put two different one to the test...

What is Banana Powder? Banana Powder is a great multi-tasking product that is mainly used in contouring/strobing. It is a yellow powder that neutralises darkness, colour corrects redness and sets makeup. More recently Banana Powder has risen to fame after being approved by the likes of Kim Kardashian.

How to use Banana Powder - Banana Powder should be one of the last steps when doing makeup and applied over foundation and concealer. You can either apply the loose powder with a fluffy powder brush or dab it onto skin using a blending sponge.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Sleek MakeUp's My Face. My Rules. Campaign - #MyFaceMyRules




After developing acne as a teenager I’ve worn makeup pretty much every day since the age of around 14. Now, this has by no means been ‘bold’ makeup and I’ve never been one to be particularly daring with bright colours, winged eyeliner or ultra-defined brows, yet I’ve still found myself to be on the receiving end of criticism around the makeup I choose to wear.

From people telling me I “cake my face” in makeup to others questioning my choice to put makeup on when I’m holiday – “Are you really going to put foundation on when we’re just going out for the day?” – most people don’t seem to realise that these comments are pretty personal and give my confidence a knock.

See, truth is I don’t feel like I’m me until I’ve put my face on in the morning. That may seem silly but it has become part of my daily routine to sweep on a bit of foundation, bronzer and blusher, fill in my eyebrows and pop on some mascara. Then I’m ready to face the day.

Everyone has their own unique style and their way of doing their makeup, and yet so many people feel the need to comment on it. How many times have you heard someone say that another person is wearing “too much” makeup?

So when I heard that Sleek MakeUP is launching a new global campaign with the aim of tackling makeup shaming, I had to find out more and share the news.

(Before I go on I have to say this is in no way a sponsored post – just something I am very passionate about and couldn’t agree more with!)

Sunday, 24 September 2017

The Benefits of Derma Rolling




Derma Rolling (or micro needling) is a procedure I had never come across until recently. It is essentially a small skin roller which is made up of tiny needles that help to stimulate collagen production and increase blood circulation as you move it across your skin. I have been using Swiss Clinic's skin treatment kit after reading about it on the lovely Lydia Millen's blog earlier this year, and wanted to share how I'd been getting on with it after a few months.

As I'm now entering my late (eek!) twenties, anti-ageing and preventing wrinkles is something I'm becoming more concerned of, so I'm trying to change my skincare to reflect that. Without wanting to go down the route of fillers or botox, derma rolling seemed like a good alternative. I used the Skin Renewal kit (£84), which contains a 0.2mm Skin Roller and Swiss Clinic's Rejuvenating Serum, and also a sanitising spray (£18) to clean the roller.

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