Maybelline Colour Tattoo in On and On Bronze:
I talked about this cream eye shadow in my first post. It is a gorgeous colour and perfect for everyday wear. On lazy days I chuck a bit on and blend it out for a quick eye shadow. The colour is so gorgeous it is enough on its own although it makes a good base too. It is perfect for making blue eyes pop- someone asked me if I was wearing blue contact when I wore this! This used to not smudge or crease on me but about a month a go before my eye lids became extremely oily. On its own it does last longer than a normal eye shadow before creasing or fading but to make it last all day I have to use primer potion.
Single shadow from MUA Heaven and Earth Palette:
Annoyingly none of the individual MUA eye shadows have names. This is a light champagne colour that is perfect for all over the lid with a couple of darker colours blended into the crease. For a £4 palette this is great but it doesn't match up to any of the high end eye shadows. I've now gotten the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette so this is getting neglected.
Urban Decay Ink For Eyes in Zero:
This was my first gel eye liner. It's very well pigmented and the creamy smooth texture means it applies like a dream. However I never put this the waterline because that would result in serious panda eyes in a matter of hours. I have oily eyelids so I always make sure to apply primer potion before eye make up but when my eye lids weren't oily it stayed put fine alone.
Korres Jasmine Lip Butter:
You know when you were little and everyone only used the middle of the lip balm so they'd hit the bottom faster? I still do that. I was lucky enough to win this in a give away from Anna who has such a lovely blog. It is my favourite lip product and definitely worth the blogging hype! It has a luxurious creamy texture and a gorgeous sweet smell. I've already ordered a mango one as a back up for when this runs out. This is the first time I've bought something as back up so I must really like it.
Mac Cream Colour in Pearl:
I use this every single day I wear make up to give a lovely dewy highlight. Perfect for brightening up dull winter skin! The disadvantage of this is it does get used up quite quickly but that could just be because I like to apply it heavily. A small amount creates a natural finish but it is build able to give a stronger highlight. I'm thinking of trying Mac mineralize skin finish in soft and gentle when it is done because it is so raved about by bloggers.
Have you tried any of these products?