Like Tamara (although in my defence I was doing much better than her!) I am very sorry about the lack of recent posts. We were at V festival singing along to the likes of Florence + the machine, Lissie, Plan B, Kings of Leon even Mika plus many more and of course studying their makeup (Kate Nash was a bit of a disaster by the time she came off stage!) Then I headed for a joyful (or not) trip to the new forest last week (NEVER again!) and hopefully you got the picture.I’m very sorry and posts will hopefully be more regular. xx
Recently I received Trish McEvoys highlighter and I LOVE it. This comes in a simple black square compact, with two sections; the tops one the highlight, the bottom one space for more Trish McEvoy products or a sponge basically whatever you like.
The product itself is soft cream based highlighter perfect for just about anywhere, lips, eyebase, brow, face etc. It has a bit of shimmer but the shimmer isn’t too overpowering so you can also use the product on your face . This product is now a firm part of my daily makeup routine. It lasts all day and comes in two flattering skin tones. I have shade 1 London a pearly shimmery white for white skin. Their is also capri for darker skin tones.
If you would like a cheaper alternative Makebelieve have a reasonably similar product designed to enhance your makebelieve tan……. It’s called makebelieve enhance skin luminize skin highlighter and retails for £7.50 on asos.
Trish McEvoy is a brand I am really falling in love with so if you prefer slightly more upmarket brands or fancy a splurge i would highly recommend you had a look. The brand is sold in all Harvey Nichols and Selfridges stores in both London and Manchester. https://cosmeticfreaks.wordpress.com/2010/06/02/trish-mcevoy/ (check this ild post out for more information on the brand.)
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