A few weeks ago I reviewed The Ordinary Serum Foundation (you can watch that review HERE) and as soon as that review went live, lots of people asked me to also review The Ordinary Coverage Foundation as well*. Ask and you shall receive!
For the past 3 weeks I’ve been in the south of France and I was really restrained when it came to choosing the make up I would take. I brought so many books (plus all of the stuff I needed for blogging) that my suitcase space was seriously limited. So here are my summer make up staples – the products I’ve worn pretty much every day and have loved.
I do love a good YouTube challenge and the most recent one I’ve seen is the ‘Throwback Make Up’ tag. YouTubers are recreating the make up they used to wear in school and the results are hilarious. So I decided to get involved… take a look at my throwback make up video below!
If you follow my blog you will know that I am a huge fan of full coverage make up. My rosacea redness makes me very self-conscious and I feel more like myself when I know I can apply a full face of make up. But I know that not everyone can (or wants to) wear a lot of make up. So I have pulled together the products that would work as a rosacea cover ups for men and those who prefer a lighter look.
Natural Collection have been a Boots staple for as long as I have been interested in make up and I think a lot of people overlook them because of their price point: us Brits are very suspicious of something cheap as we think it must be too good to be true. So I’ve done a Natural Collection Radiant Glow make up look to show you that affordable make up can also be good quality make up.
This month is Superdrug’s Health and Beauty Card’s 5th birthday and to celebrate they have put on some incredible offers for card holders. They challenged me to find the best deals to show you so here is my Superdrug Revlon haul!
I recorded my next #RosaceaReview and this time it’s another high street offering: Maybelline Dream Velvet foundation.