Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Shimmering Pinks//Makeup Look.

Good Evening!

A couple of days ago I was messing about with some makeup that I haven't used in a very long time and I created this. So of course I thought that I would show you what products I used to create it.




Product list:

Sleek i-Divine Palette in Oh So Special 658 - I used the shade Organza and Gift Basket (2nd & 4th from the left on the top row)
Benefit Gimme Brow in Medium/Deep
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer in No.1 Fair
Sleek Blush By 3 in Lace
Mac Pigment in Vanilla
No.7 Stay Perfect Foundation in Calico
Soap & Glory Thick & Fast Super Volume Mascara
 No.7 Stay Perfect Metallic Eyes Pencil in Black
Bourjois Bronzing Powder in 51
Rimmel Clear Complexion Translucent Clarifying Powder
L'oreal Collection Privee Lipstick in Eva's Nude
Maybelline Colour Tattoo 24hr Gel-Cream Eyeshadow in Pink Gold

Maisie xx

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Brush Cleaning Routine.

Good Evening!

It's been a while I know, I'm ever so sorry! But today I thought that I would share with you what I do to keep my makeup brushes nice and clean. It is super important that you do this as it can prevent breakouts and removes product buildup and any bacteria that might be on them! I aim to wash mine every 2 weeks as I do not wear makeup every day they don't get overly grimy. If I use them more than that I will obviously clean them more often.

So first things first I fill up a bowl with fresh warm water, grab a couple of towels for any spills, all my brushes and some shampoo. (I also give my tweezers a quick rinse to keep them clean). I normally use baby shampoo and No7. Brush Cleanser, but I didn't have any baby shampoo and completely forgot about my brush cleanser this time... Nice one Mais. So I resorted to using the last little bit of my Aussie Mega Shampoo.




Then I put a little bit of shampoo in the palm of my hand, dip the brush/brushes in the water and swirl them in the shampoo. Once all the product has washed out, I rinse them in clean water and lay them out to dry on one of the towels. I also change the water in the bowl a couple of times. 





(I know the water looks horrid but I had just rinsed all the eyeshadow out of these brushes)


After that I just leave them to dry naturally overnight then fluff them up the next day so they are ready to use again :)

Maisie xx