New year means we’re trying to get our skin back on track. The MAC Ruby Woos go back into the lipstick draws and the lip-balms and creamy, glossy lipsticks start to make an appearance. Chanel Rouge coco shine is a brilliant formula, its nourishing with a decent amount of pigment. Even though I have a huge lipstick addiction I don’t really own that many from the coco shine line. I’m not a massive fan of glossy lipsticks, so investing in one would be slightly frivolous. See, there is some logic to my buying habits. Rendez-vous (86) is a lovely, pretty pink shade. One swipe and you have a full on glossy, but not sticky, pink pouty lips.
Concealing is everything. Without it I look like I’ve missed a years worth of sleep. Dark circles are part hereditary, part bad diet/lack of sleep. My ultimate mission is to find one product which does all. Too much to ask for? Maybe. I’ve mentioned before how amazing NARS creamy concealer is, but after almost a year of using it I’m starting to get really bored. So I’ve switched it up and the moment I am really enjoying MACs Prep & Prime highlighters. I have two – which may seem excessive but each one serves a purpose of its own. Bright Forecast provides my initially coverage, its a yellow/pinky undertone. It works well on its own, but I’m into the whole Kim K highlighting right now and Bright Forecast just doesn’t quite cut it. I apply Lightboost on top in order enhance under the eyes.
Bright eyes and pinky pouty lips, what else would a girl want?