Hey my lovelies, today I thought I'd do a post about a makeup look I did awhile ago. I don't know why I haven't uploaded this sooner but hey ho here it is.
For this makeup look I decided to go for a darkish makeup with some "berry" colours. So here it is! 


STEP 1 - The first thing I did when doing this makeup look where my eyebrows. I used my black eyebrow gel to fill in my eyebrows. I then used my MAC Studio Finish Concealer in colour NW40 to outline and clean up any mistakes I made when doing my eyebrows. 

STEP 2 - I then applied a black eyeshadow to my eyelids and then applied a purple eyeshadow on top and blended them together. I used a black kohl eyeliner in order for my eyes to look alive lol (honestly my eyes look dead without eyeliner).

STEP 3 - I have naturally built in bags under my eyes (thanks to my dads genetics lol) so deffo need to colour correct under my eyes. I used the lilac colour in my Freedom Makeup Colour Corrector Palette to remove the yellow/orange/brown circles under my eyes. I then applied my MAC Select Cover-up concealer under my eyes. 

STEP 4 - My favourite part yayyy! In this step I applied my Kiko Milano Foundation in colour N160 to my entire face and neck. Then I used my Ben Nye Luxury Banana Powder to highlight underneath my eyes, my jawline and the bridge of my nose. I then took my Sleek Crème to Powder Foundation in colour Deep Sable (which is quite a lot darker than my skin tone) and used it to contour the sides of my nose and my cheekbones. Obviously I blended my highlight and contour together so I didn't look like a clown and then applied the thinnest layer of my MAC Studio Finish Powder Foundation in colour NW45 onto my face. 

STEP 5 - Blush time! This is where I brought the brightness back to my face and applied my Barry M Cream Blush in colour Raspberry Charlotte (which is the most gorgeous blush colour everrrr!) and blended it into my cheeks and cheekbones. 

STEP 6 - In order to make my eyelashes look visible I used my Younqiue Moodstruck 3D Fibre+ Lash Mascara. This mascara is seriously amazingggg and makes your lashes look like falsies. You have to apply another mascara on top of this mascara so I used the Miss Sporty Fabulous Lash Mascara which I have to say is one of the best and cheapest mascaras going! 

STEP 7 - Lippie! So I used two different lip colours in order to achieve my purple/pink ombré lips. I first applied my Makeup Revolution Lipstick in colour Rebel with Cause. I patted my lips down with a cotton pad in order to remove any excess lipstick. I then applied a light pink lip crayon to the middle of my lips on top of the purple lipstick and obviouslyyyyy I blended it together, can't be going nowhere with unblended lips aha. 

STEP 8 - The final step...setting spray! We always have to set our makeup so that it lasts all day! So I used my Freedom Makeup Pro Fixing Spray in order to do so. 
So that's everything I did to create my "dark berry" makeup look. I absolutely loved this look and I loved wearing it and I will 100% be wearing it again. 
Let me what you think of my Night Out (Dark Berry) makeup look or tell me what your favourite makeup look is! 


Monday, 30 May 2016

As summer is approaching, the bright colours are starting to come out and so are the sunglasses and sunhats! 
The other day was extremely hot so myself and one of my best friends Jamie decided to take a trek into Middlesex to take some outfit of the day photos and also so I could give him a tour of my university as he is looking to start he's postgraduate degree. 
As the day was seriously hot, I decided to wear quite summery clothes. I usually wear dark colours or nudes but when the sun comes out I feel it is time for the bright colours to come out too!


Sunhat: Select
Miami Shades Sunglasses: Coconut Lane
High Neck Top: New Look
Multicoloured Stripe Midi Skirt: New Look
Court Shoes: Topshop
Handbag: Zara

This outfit was extremely comfortable and looked great if I do say so myself. Usually I would wear a strapless bra with this sort of top but unfortunately I couldn't find my strapless bra so a normal bra had to do. The sun hat of course kept the sun off of my head and makeup and I absolutely loveeeeee my sunglasses from Coconut Lane (use my discount code chanel20 for 20% off!) 

What is one of your favourite "summertime" outfits? Let me know!



Thursday, 19 May 2016

Hey my lovelies, today I thought I would give you a quick OOTD of yesterday's outfit.
Spring is here and the past few days in London have been quite hot. However, it does get chilly in the evening time so, I personally like to dress for the weather but also be prepared for when the day begins to get colder. 
This spring I have been loving camel/tan/beige colours, I think they can honestly make an outfit and the colours are just to die for! So...of course for my outfit I decided to go for a few of these colours! 


Camel Sun Hat: eBay
Camel Waterfall Trench Coat: eBay
Biker Knee Ponte Leggings: Topshop
Aztec Crop T-shirt: (I can't remember exactly where I bought this crop t-shirt but I do believe it was part of New Looks Parisian Collection. 
Mosha Shoes in Tan: JustFab
Tan Crocodile Print Tote Bag: New Look

When wearing this outfit out in the heat I got a few comments questioning whether or not I was hot but believe me the trench coat is extremely thin material which is great for the spring/summer times. 
I also teamed up my outfit with a pair of large octagon New Look sunglasses! 

I loved this look and it was just perfect for the weather. 


Monday, 9 May 2016

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