its been about a year since I last wrote a blog post, and to be honest a lot has changed since then; I’ve started a new job and focused heavily on my open uni degree so found it hard to balance blogging alongside it. However, I have missed not writing blogs so I’m giving it another shot.
As you can probably tell from the title of this post, this will be about crystal rollers, more specifically the Revolution crystal rollers alongside the serums.
The serums are called:
- Rose and camomile: calming and soothing serum
- Green tea and collagen: hydrating and plumping serum
They are both vegan and cruelty free.
The packaging itself is very aesthetically pleasing and the serums themselves are glittery (but don’t leave your face glittery, woop!). They are great value for money as a little goes a long way and the serums seem to be lasting forever.
I use the jade crystal roller with the green tea and collagen serum and the rose quartz roller with the rose and camomile serum.
I personally love them and have noticed a real difference in my skin since using them. I use the green tea and collagen one as part of my morning routine and use the rose and camomile serum during my nighttime routine.
I would highly recommend trying these if you’re skin is sensitive and dry as the rollers really help to soothe and calm inflamed skin and also the serum is absorbed into the skin causing it to feel more moisturised.
Have you tried crystal rollers? if so, leave in the comments your thoughts on them.
Until next time,
I haven’t posted a makeup review on my blog for so long so this post was definitely overdue.
Anyone who follows me on Instagram or knows me in real life knows that I love Urban Decay’s Naked palettes and when they release a new one, I simply cannot resist getting it.
When the Naked reloaded palette was released, I was super excited as I love the original naked palette and was gutted to see it was discontinued (however now I can guess it was all part of a master plan).
Some of the shades in this palette are quite similar to the original naked palette but there are new tones thrown in there too such as the pink shades, which I love.
The palette itself is longer than the other naked palettes which mean more shades (yay!) however it no longer contains a brush which was a bit sad as I did think the brushes that came with the palettes were good.
The pigmentation of this palette is really good and you can definitely tell that Urban Decay has upped their game when it comes to their eyeshadow formula.
You can create loads of different types of looks with this palette from subtle to smoky which is perfect for all round use.
Even though it has strong similarities to the original palette I still find myself using both which is good.
What Urban Decay Naked palette is your favourite?
So recently I’ve been using the very hyped Glow Tonic by Pixi. I’m pretty sure by now everyone has seen the Pixi Glow tonic on their insta feed at least once!
After months of seeing it everywhere, I decided to give it a go and see what all the fuss was about..
Ive been using it for over a month, maybe even two (my memory is awful) so I can safely say that my opinion on it is solid. Unfortunately, I didn’t fall in love with it like so many others seem to have. I do have quite sensitive skin so that could be a factor towards why I haven’t noticed any benefits.
During the last month or so, I’ve noticed a noticeable deterioration in my skin; I’ve changed my diet and tried other things whilst keeping the toner the same. After applying the toner my skin feels extra dry and not ‘glowy’ at all…so much for ‘glow tonic’ eh? My skin breaks out more and is a lot more red and ‘irritated’ looking which obviously isn’t the skin look I desire.
I am gutted as I have seen so many good reviews on the tonic however I personally will not be repurchasing.
What facial toner do you use?
love always, Jess x
So I’m sure there are loads of reviews on this eyebrow product by benefit floating around but hey why not have another one!
I bought this eyebrow promade in May this year just before going on holiday as I’d forgotten the one I used to use on the regular which was the NYX Tame & Frame eyebrow promade and I am so glad that I did!
I’m not the best at doing eyebrows but I found this one especially easy to use and the little brush that it comes with is actually good! (Normally I don’t use the brushes that come with promades)
It’s smooth to apply and looks quite natural when used which is perfect especially for daily use.
The most impressive thing about this promade for me is that it’s waterproof (aka sweatproof) so was perfect when used on holiday.
Do you remember that heatwave that hit the Uk in the summer? Well damn, my eyebrows didn’t smudge once!! Even when I went on holiday late August the kabrow even survived me swimming!
I’m not an expert on eyebrow promades and haven’t even tried the Anastasia Beverly Hills one but I would highly recommend this one!
It gets 5/5 from me!
What is your favourite eyebrow product?
Love always, Jess.
Today’s post is a bit different to my normal posts as it’s not so positive but just as honest.
It’s unrealistic to think that we love everything that we buy because we simply don’t, there are certain products that may actually be good but don’t work for you.
Here are some products that I’ve been trying out but haven’t worked for me as I wished they would:
L’Oreal facial cleansing oil
I’ve been using this for over four weeks and I just don’t get the hype of oil cleansers. It does take off makeup but leaves my skin feeling too oily and god forbid I try to remove eye makeup, then my eye goes blurry and feels like I cant see. I personally wouldn’t recommend as I feel like micellar water and makeup wipes work much better!
NYX Badunkadunk mascara
Yes I bought this purely for its’ name, serves me right, right? I love majority of NYX’s products so was a bit surprised to be disappointed with this one. It adds a reasonable amount of volume but boyyy does it make me look like a panda! Putting it on is like doing surgery, I have to make sure my hand is absolutely still or it transfers everywhere. Even after just an hour of wearing it I find myself with panda eyes. The kids at my job love it, I frankly do not. I wouldn’t recommend this product unfortunately.
Barry M liquid chrome highlighter drops
I personally prefer powder highlighters but really wanted to give this a go because it looked stunning when I swatched it instore. I don’t think its a bad product, I just don’t enjoy using it on myself as it can be quite patchy and hard to blend out.
The Body Shop Almond nail and cuticle manicure oil
I use this every night and have seen no difference to my nails sadly, it doesn’t help to push up my cuticles so I wouldn’t recommend this product.
And that is all! This post was long awaited as I like 9/10 of the products I buy so it’s very uncommon to find something that disappoints!
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post! Please let me know in the comments what products you’ve not been loving recently!
Love, Jess x
Today’s post are my favourites from February, another month another favourites post. I can’t believe it’s already March, where has February gone?
This month it is purely makeup and isn’t that many as the products featured in last months favourites post are still my favourite also!
Makeup Revolution Pearl Lights loose highlighter
I’ve never used a loose highlighter before but damnnnn this is pigmented!!! It gives a lovely golden glow and isn’t too much or too little if that makes any sense? I would highly recommend any highlighter loving person to try this! After all, you get a lot of product for only £5.
L’Oreal Eye Paint
I’ve only ever tried two liquid eyeshadows and at first I wasn’t overly keen but this one completely changed my view! It works great with a cut crease or for a simple liner look.
Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer
You’re probably sighing right now thinking I can’t stop banging on about this concealer and you’re right! I can’t….simply because I love it! Check out my review on it here.
Urban Decay Naked Palette
I know this palette has been out forever and I pushed it to a side for a while because I got new ones. I recently went back to using it and wonder why I ever stopped. Honestly go back to your old palettes and you’ll remember why you loved them before!
I hope you enjoyed this post! Thank you for reading.
What is your favourite product that you’re using at the moment?
Love, Jess x
Today’s post is my review on Makeup Revolution’s new concealer which everyone is talking about! You’re probably bored of reading reviews on this concealer but if on a small chance that you haven’t seen one then yay welcome to mine!
Before I actually got my hands on the concealer I had heard such good reviews on the concealer so I just had to get my hands on one or in my case two… I have the shades C3 & C4.
There is a lot of talk that it is a dupe for the Tarte shape tape concealer which is awesome as I always wanted to try the Tarte one but was put off by the price (£35) whereas the MUR is only £4 (bargainnn)
My Rating: 5/5
I absolutely love this concealer, it definitely lives up to the hype! The coverage is amazing but isn’t too thick/heavy so is easy to blend and gives a ‘flawless’ look. It is a great way to cover blemishes and brighten up under the eyes! I don’t I could flaw it in any way at all!
I would 100% recommend this to everyone and anyone as its one of my fave products at the moment!
Thank you for reading today’s post.
What is your opinion on the MUR conceal & define concealer?
Love, Jess x