Urban Decay Naked Vault Volume II

The cult Urban Decay 'Naked' palettes hit the beauty world by storm when the very first original 'Naked' palette first came out back in 2010 and since they've expanded their 'Naked' range and we've had 6 eyeshadow palettes all together, cheek palettes, complexion products and even lip products all in the range.
It's no secret that the eye shadows are a cult product with make up artists and make up enthusiasts and whenever a new eyeshadow palette comes out it sells quick. 

Sunset Eyes // Tutorial

Experimenting with eye shadows is one of my favourite parts of make up as I think it's the part where you can really get creative with different colours. 

Recently there was a beautiful sunset while I was taking my dog for a walk and the colours really stuck in my mind and I knew it'd look beautiful on the eyes - it's always the most simple places you will find inspiration. So yesterday while doing my make up I decided to use the colours that were in my mind and transfer them onto my eyes and this is the look I achieved. 

If you want to find out which colours I used to create this stunning look then carry on reading...

My Life Palette // Make Up Geek & MAC

My favourite step in make up is definitely eyes and eye shadow. I feel like on everyone the eyes are one of the most important feature on the face - the feature that can tell so much about a person. Everyone has their favourite eye shadow palette whether it's the ever so famous Naked palette from Urban Decay or any other however I always find with palettes there's a colours I love and will use daily and some that I won't reach so much.

When I first discovered Z Palette and the ability to build your own palettes I thought it was amazing and after trying Make Up Geek eyeshadows for the first time a few months ago I swiftly fell in love and went on a mission to design my perfect palette which I reach for every single day and there is not an eye shadow in this palette I have no yet used.

My Favourites of 2015.

During 2015 I have tried and tested many different make up products, so much my make up collection has probably doubled in the past year alone. I tell myself the excuse of it's helping my career.
Since I've been trying so many products there's been a lot of hit and misses, some stand out products and some that've gone straight to the back of the drawer never to be seen again. For my first post of 2016 I have gathered together my favourite products that I have tried over the past year or have just stood out to me yet again in 2015. So here are my favourites of 2015.

Nivea Men Post Shave Balm As A Primer?!

I've mentioned many times on here about my love for primers and for me I find them an essential when applying my make up if I want my make up to last all day.

I love testing out different primers to find the perfect one to keep my make up on. I am a huge fan of Nikkie Tutorials and she regularly uses the Nivea Men Post Shave Balm as a primer in her videos. Curiosity got the better of me and I tried it (and have used to everyday ever since) and so has everyone else who I've passed on the tip too.

Ocean Sunset Eye Tutorial // Make Up Geek

Recently, after a few big purchases from Make Up Geek to build up my kit I've been getting into doing different eye looks and experimenting with different colours and styles.

Yesterday, I came up with a really beautiful look inspired by this picture of the sunset over the ocean. I loved the blue, purple and pink colours and thought it'd look stunning on the eyes. Keep reading to find out what eyeshadows I used to achieve the look.

My look is currently on the front page of the Make Up Geek website but you can also see it here.

Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water // Review

Primers are one of my favourite make up products to try mainly because make up on me just does not last it'll have faded or disappeared within just a couple of hours if I don't wear a primer so for me, this step in my make up routine is an essential.
One primer that kept popping up on different blogs, on people's youtube videos and pretty much everywhere was the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water. I ended up ignoring the hype of this product for a few months mainly because I had only ever heard of sprays to set your make up not to use as a primer so I was confused as to how a spray more inparticularly how a water which is how it's marketed would help to keep my make up on.