A Little Beauty Haul
Hello and happy Friday! Today I want to share with you a little beauty haul. I was on the hunt for a new bronzer and a good highlighter. I ended up with two bronzers, one blush, an highlighter, a gel eyeliner and a pretty makeup bag. Typical. I can't control myself in a beauty shop, with so new Spring releases and pretty things to try! *sparkling eyes*
RIMMEL KATE SCULPTING PALETTE as soon as I saw this I was like: YES! It comes in three different shades, I chose the lightest one. I really wanted a light bronzer to build up layer after layer. This seems to be the right one! I often end up buying shades way much darker then my skin tone or too orange looking. I wanted something that could suits well the paleness of my skin in an healthy way!
PHYSICIANS FORMULA HIGHLIGHTER I was so impressed when I swatched this in the store, it's so bright but not glittery. It's just amazing! I can't wait to do a makeup tutorial using this product, your skin will look glowy and dewy in such a lovely way! This is definitely my 'product goal' for this week! And can we talk about the packaging? Who doesn't love pretty bows?!
L'OREAL PARIS GLAM BRONZE in the shade Blonde Sun. I heard so many good things about this bronzer that I really wanted to try it out! The shade is not too dark, again, I have pale skin so I think It could match my skin quite well!
MAYBELLINE GEL EYELINER as an eyeliner addicted as I am, I wanted to try the gel version. Should be more long lasting and intense, I suppose. I'm really curious to see if I can master this kind of application! I don't know if it's better to use the brush that comes with the kit or using my trusty Zoeva angled brush. Just because the Maybelline brush is sooo tiny! What do you think?
Lastly another makeup bag! As if I had enough of them. But this was too cute to not take it! This minimal/monochrome look it's just stunning. Plus it's a mid size so that's enough space to keep all of my makeup in it!
Hope you've enjoyed today's post! Have already tried out some of this products? What do you think? Let me know in the comments!