Mineral Therapy Blush in #Coral Delight
I won’t lie, I am not a big fan of mineral products purely because my past experience with them are either too sheer or too pigmented. Hence, this was a surprise to me to find this blush intensity to be ‘just right’ and the shade compliments my skin tone perfectly.While it is still messy, it is something you can’t avoid with loose pigments/powders packaging; I do love the longevity of this blush and that it is buildable with a matte finish. This is currently the ONLY mineral blush that I allow a spot in my blush drawer.
The bonus bit is that it is free of irritants, artificial colours, dyes, mineral oil, fragrance, talc, preservatives and fillers.
Translucent Loose Power
I have oily T-zone so it is mandatory for me to top off my foundation with a thin layer of loose powder. Problem is I haven’t found many that won’t break me out. Apart from this one that I raved about previously, I am happy to report that this one from Face of Australia doesn’t break me out either.
The powder is really fine and is virtually invisible, definitely another addition I am happy to add into my loose powder basket.
There’s a funny story to this, I heard about this eyeliner from a colleague prior to testing them out and she was raving to me about how much she love this particular eyeliner because she is very particular with her flicks and find it easiest to draw with this eyeliner.
When I got my paws on some of these, I went to work and high-fived her. She was right! If you are a ‘winger’, you’ll love this liner because the applicator is so fine and is so easy to draw and define with minimal chances for mistakes. It also comes with all the bells and whistles of being smudgeproof, waterproof and sweatproof, dries very quickly (no waiting time) and easy to remove.
All products are available on counters now and with their totally affordable price they are probably my all time favourite budget beauty brand.