Swatcheroonies: Okay, so the close up photo doesn't really sell the product but it was the best photo I could get of the shimmer without blurring them out because I was too close or not close enough. I was actually quite impressed with the fact that they didn't really fly off in all...

Swatcheroonies: Peaches & Cream reminds me of Stereo Rose by MAC which was a limited edition MSF last year and has been much loved in my collection but this is definitely a lighter version and doesn't swatch as pink as the MAC version. It also appears to be very similar in colour to the...

Swatcheroonies: Like I said earlier, I had to grab any shades while I could because there were loads of girls trying to get their hands on the shadows so the shades don't really complement each other as well as I would have liked them to. All four shades I picked are metallic and shimmery...

I was sent a few bits to have a play around with a few months ago (I know, this review is a bit delayed) so I've given them a try and here are my two cents... ELF Natural Radiance Blusher in Bronzed:

Swatcheroonies: The trouble with matte shadows is that they tend to be quite chalky and give rubbish colour payoff but the Soap & Glory ones aren't actually that bad. I probably won't use them but that doesn't mean that I can't appreciate the quality of the shadows and the fact that some of...

I made my way there after work and got to see some of my lovely blogger buddies: HellCandy , VexintheCity , Lipgloss86 and LondonBeautyQueen (We really ought to meet up outside these events!) Anyway, the new blush is the NINTH boxed powder blush from the brand and is probably one of their...

I'm a big fan of the BeautyUK eyeshadow palettes and have used them in plenty of EOTD/FOTD posts on here over the last year or so. I think that they are a real bargain considering their price and they are great quality too so when I was sent the newest palette to have a play around with I was...

Swatcheroonies: The shades aren't given names except for (L-R) Shade 1, Shade 2 and Shade 3 but if I had the chance to name them I would go with Marble, Steel and Graphite. These swatched so easily and didn't take a lot of blending to give such a strong colour payoff, these are actually

High Street brands churn out amazing collections and 17 is one of those brands that continues to impress me time and time again. From their fantastic quality products to their ability to release products that are always on trend, there is nothing about the brand that I can fault. Their new...

Swatcheroonies: The consistency of the product is quite thick compared to a foundation but it is similar to that of a tinted moisturiser. The photo shows one small squirt of the tube so you do get quite a bit which means it should last you a few months before you would need to repurchase...

 

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