I have been lusting after the NARSissist Loaded Palette for ages. Ever since it came out, I was anxious over it selling out and disappearing forever. Fortunately, it was re-released recently and I had a bit of budget left to treat myself.
After starting to sort through my massive pile of skincare products, I also have had a very long hard look at my makeup collection. And while I don’t own a lot of makeup, I want a makeup collection that gets used.
In my New Years resolution post, I mentioned, that I really want to use up more products. To help me achieve this and also because I really have wanted to do this, I am going to do a Project Pan.
This post is a day late because I got the flu in the middle of summer, like a dumb ass! Anyways, last week I promised I’d tell you guys how I found my everyday makeup through travelling.
Around my birthday I went on a bit of a beauty splurge, since I had finished a couple of things and also wanted to try out some new things. In total there are three things, two replacements for finished products and one totally new one, that I’d been dying to try.
I only recently discovered that I really enjoy wearing matte eyeshadow. I know right? And you know how I found out? I hit pan on my cheap-as-chips alverde quattro palette. Clearly, I am not the sharpest tool in the shed.
Remember how I said, that I will post less about beauty? Well, today’s post is about a makeup product: the NARS Creamy Matt Soft Concealer. Oops.
I’ve been looking for a nice tan, reddish eyeshadow for a while now. And it’s all the fault of Manon! She always wore the most beautiful one-wash eyeshadow and every time I’d ask her what eyeshadow she was using. And every time she’d reply: It’s the Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Riff.
One of the first things I did in London, when I finally had some time for myself, was to hit up the Ordinary. There I didn’t just purchase a bunch of skincare, I also went and got myself a lovely new foundation and a primer.
“But why, Freddy, do you look like you’ve come straight out of a Jane Austen novel,” you ask. Come closer, dear reader, and let me blow your mind. You too can look prettily flushed, like the only worry in your life is whether or not you’ll find a husband with 10 000 a year. All for the price of one paltry Cloud Paint.