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Recently I ordered two of MUA's single eyeshadows after reading such great reviews of them. Many of you have probably heard of how pigmented and creamy they are, and I cannot disagree with that. These are super great for the price of 1£ per eyeshadow. My favorite is the one on the left, shade 16, a light soft pink matte shade that looks pretty with my green eyes. This can really give you a bright and healthy eyelook, love it. The one on the right is a pearl eyeshadow, shade 2. I use this as a highlight under my brows - it gives a gorgeous shimmer. I really want to try out more shades, there are some great looking ones. If you haven't tried the MUA single eyeshadows you definately should! You won't waste your Money, seriously.


On sale I bought this pretty kind of cranberry shaded blush from H&M. It was really cheap - about 2£. I have been wanting to try a darker shade in blush to see if it suits me, it would be so pretty now when autumn is here so I thought why not try it out now with this cheap little thing. It gives a nice rosy colour to the cheeks, but it shows up quite pigmented on my pale skin so I have to be careful with the amount I put on. It's a good blush for the price paid and a gorgeous colour.


My sister bought the Tea Tree Blemish Fade Night Lotion a while back and she recently repurshased it. Tea Tree oil is one of those things that are really good for keeping blemishes away because it's antibacterial. The product description says this a lightweight, soothing gel-cremé for blemished skin. It is supposed to replenish moisture overnight, leave skin looking matte, provide anitbacterial action and clinically proven to give clearer-looking skin. I have tried this a couple of times and I like it, I think it does improve blemishes over night. They look less red in the morning. But this doesn't improve my skin in the long run - that's why my next step is trying pure tea tree oil. Simply because it's less expensive than this lotion and hopefully more effective.


A current favorite in my make up bag is the E.l.f. Essential Shimmering Facial Whip in Lical Petal. This gives a great shimmer as I apply it on my cheek bones, as well as a little on cheeks. It gives a healthy looking glow to a natural everyday look and I think this adds a little extra to the look. I personally think this is easy to apply, but I have read that some find it harder. Blending it out with a brush makes it easy, lately I've been using the Real Techniques stippling brush.  This is what it says about the product on the website: "Multipurpose, on-the-go whipped colourant is vitamin B, C and E packed to instantly brighten and soothe skin with no greasy after-feel." I like that it doesn't feel sticky on the cheeks after applying it. I also like the little tube that makes it easy to apply the little amount of product that you need to get a lot of shimmer. I simply love this product just because of the nice shimmery look it gives me. At a price of £1.50 you can't go wrong with trying this product - if you like adding shimmer to your face.