Makeup I’m loving right now | featuring Flat Lay Co makeup bag


Lets talk about the makeup which I am loving right now, and the handiest makeup bag which was kindly sent to me my a brand called Flat Lay Co. The bag itself is really unique, when opened up you can display all your products and see exactly what you’ve got in the bag which is so much easier than having to rummage though. I also realised another reason why I love this bag is because I’m hoping it is going to make me less of a messier person when it comes to covering my bed in foundation and anything else which could transfer. In theory, by having all the products laid out on the bag, I’m hoping my bed will stay clean, also this will come in handy on holiday as hotels always have WHITE bed sheets and they terrify me! When your finished doing your make up all you do is pull the drawstring and the bag sucks itself in an voila its a bag!

Now onto make up, my go to eye shadow palette, pretty much all the time Urban Decay Naked Heat, I just love the warm shades and to be honest I have worn this all year round. I just don’t think there is going to be a time when it’s not my favourite!

As for my brows, I have switched it up a little and changed from the blonde version of Loreal Brow Plumper to the darker version, I really like the look of darker more defined brows and I’m pretty glad I’m getting around to using it as I bought it by mistake ages ago!

My go to lip choice, especially when I want to to look that little bit ‘cooler’ is YSL 201, not only is this the perfect red, but it lasts such a long time (and doesn’t dry your lips). 

On my cheeks I have been using the  Urban Decay Naked Flushed cheek palette, I pretty much just stick to using the bronzer out of this palette although I do need to start using the highlight and blush as their equally as nice! Another bronzer I have been going crazy for is from Sephora in the shade Caledonia, this is a really orangey shade so I can only use this when I have a tan.

I recently dug out my old Hourglass Ambient Lighting Palette and have been using the pink highlighter in there, it creates a really natural glow rather than a full on glitter glow.  

My go to base year round is Mac Studio Fix, this is especially good for the warmer months because it doesn’t budge in the heat, therefore lasting a long time making your skin look amazing even though you feel like a sweaty mess! To set my face I have been using the Arkana i-Tech powder, this is a really light weight loose powder, which also protects your skin from the environment as well as setting your face in place. 

My cream contour obsession never changes, its the Tanya Burr one in the medium dark shade, although I feel like these are getting harder to find now so I need to find a replacement once I’ve finished my last two, recommendations please (not to pricey).

Before I went on holiday I decided to dig though my drawer full of mascaras and take a brand new unopened one and hope that it was a good one that would make my lashes look long and luscious. Loreal Volume Million Lashes did exactly what it says on the packaging, my lashes have never looked so good!

And lastly, a bit of Glossier appreciation, Balm Dot Com in the flavour coconut has to be the perfect lip balm for the summer!

Here are some photos of the bag;

Thanks for reading xx

Friday Faves | 2


I’m back with another Friday Faves post this week, I’ve gathered up a small selection of things I’ve been loving over the past couple of weeks.

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette

For the past 3 months this has been my go to palette, I just love the shades and don’t seem to be picking up any other palette!

Glossier Haloscope Quartz

This highlighter is a god send, I’m so over using powder highlighters, cream highlighters look so much more natural and create the glowing from within effect. This highlighter looks better and better as the day goes on and creates he perfect glow!

Glossier Balmdotcom Rose

I recently just went a little crazy and bought 4 of these, I decided to try rose and coconut as I hadn’t had them before. Rose has more flavour and smell to it that coconut, but that does mean that I do find I lick my lips loads just so I can taste it! These balms last for such a long on your lips!

Lush Aqua Marina

I decided to pick up a new cleanser from Lush recently and opted for one which I had not heard a lot about. Initially I think the smell can be a little off putting as it’s very strong and smells like seaweed, but the it feels refreshing especially when you use it in the mornings to wash your face.

Glossier Solution

Ofcourse this bad boy has to make it into a favourites post, I have only been using it a week so far but I can already notice a difference! I will be doing a whole post on this shortly if you want to read more about it then come back soon!

Adexe Petite Sistine Rose Gold Watch

This is my favourite accessory at the moment, everytime I get dressed up this watch gets a day out too! I absolutely love the style and the colour, it makes it the perfect chic accessory which goes with any outfit!

Illamasqua Sculpting Gel

I’ve had this in my makeup collection for a over a year but only just tried it out using a brush to blend it and OMG, it is amazing! It creates the perfect, natural contour shade!

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Selfie Sculpt

I’m a huge fan of Tanya Burr Cosmetics and this brow pencil is one of my favourite products from her, I love how it creates really simple soft looking brows but create a natural define looked without looking like I’ve filled them in. Plus as it comes with a spooley brush which is always a plus so you don’t have to rummage through your make up bag trying to find one!

Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette


Hello and welcome back, today’s post is all the about the beauty that is the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette!
I finally received this for Christmas after wanting it since it was released and I have been obsessed with it ever since and it is easy to see why.

Just looking at this palette makes me smile, it has every shade you could ever want and need for the perfect eye look. These shades are personally my favourites as they really compliment my skin tone. I also love that you can create multitudes of looks just from one palette and it is easy to use it for simple day time looks and more intense evening looks.

The packaging is super sleek and really does give off the same vibes as the shades inside which is great.

As with every Urban Decay palette you really are paying for the quality of the shadows, they blend really easily, have a ton of pigment just from one swipe and they last a long time.

My favourite shade to use in my crease is Low Blow as this is the perfect warm brown along with Scorched on my lid to add a pop of shimmer.

Even though this palette contains very autumnal shades, I will 100% be wearing the shades all year round as I can’t get enough of the fiery red tones. I also own Naked 2 and Naked 3, but Heat has to be my favourite one quite simply because of the warm tones and how versatile it is when it comes to creating many different looks

Urban Decay is definitely one of my favourite eye shadow brands, for £39.50 they are on the more expensive side, but I truly do believe you are investing in a quality product which is going to last you a long time. The best time to buy these palettes is when Debenhams has 15/20% off which can save you around £5!

What do you think of the Naked Heat palette? Are you still lusting after it?

Victoria xx

Fall Makeup Routine 


Today’s post is all about my fall makeup routine that I have been doing for the past couple of weeks. 

My fall makeup routine starts off with my favourite primer from The Ordinary, I just love the way this feels on my skin and how long it makes my make up last! For my foundation I have gone a shade lighter so I’m now in the shade NC15 which is a perfect match. I then conceal under my eyes using the Rimmel Wale Me Up Concealer. This is brightening and so it’s perfect for those dull autumn days. And then to add a bit of colour into my face and some shape I use the cream bronzer from Seventeen. I use this on my forehead and on my cheeks. 

On my cheeks I have been using Nars Laguna Bronzer which adds the slightest bit of shimmer to brighten your face up followed by the blush Dolce Vita which is a deeper toned blush perfect for autumn days. Finally on my cheeks I have been using a dusting of the Peonies Please from Tanya Burr Cosmetics. This is super pigmented and so you only need one swipe along your cheek bones. 

On my eye lashes I have been using Loreal Lash Superstar which is a double ended Mascara so you can build up loads of volume and length. 

As for the eyes, I wanted something really autumnal and bold so I picked the red shimmer shade from the MUA Cosmetics palette. It’s really pigmented, long lasting and looks great on! I then used a Colour Pop shadow in the shade Cornelius in the outer corner to blend it all together. 

And for my brows I have been loving using the powder from the Elf Brow kit, it’s the perfect shade for me (medium) and it’s really easy to work with to create natural look brows. Then of course I set using Loreal Brow Plumper. 

Finally, lips! To add a little bit of colour I like to use the Blackberry Coulis lip balm from Tanya Burr Cosmetics. And then to add even more colour the shade Amourous by Mac is a great shade for autumn! 

What’s your go to make up for autumn? 


Top 10 under £10


NYC Bronzer Sunny 

This was probably one of the first bronzers I ever bought, this is the most perfect bronzing shade its quite a light warm shade which makes it perfect for us pale girls out here.

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Contour Stick 

This is a new staple to my collection, I ummed and ahhed about buying it because I’m not a big contour person, but I actually use it as a cream bronzer. The shade I chose was dark/medium because I like my bronzer to be seen. That being said I think the light shade would be too light for me!

Maybelline Colossal Mascara 

The colossal mascara is my newest mascara purchase and I’m obsessed! It creates really black long defined lashes.

Rimmel Lasting Finish Concealer 

If you have not tried this concealer out, then where have you been. I bought this on a whim after seeing Zoella rave about it and boy, is it good! I use this to cover any spots on my face, I use this under my foundation to get extra coverage and it works amazingly!

MUA Burning Embers Eye Shadow Palette

This eyeshadow palette from MUA is a staple for me, it has every colour you could need and  they are really good quality shadows considering the palette was only £8.

Rimmel Stay Matte Foundation 

This foundation is my dupe for MAC Studio Fix Fluid, I wear this when I am not wearing my make up for long but I still want a flawless matte look. It has a really nice consistency which is mousse like and blends really easy so it doesn’t look cakey.

Rimmel Stay Matte Powder 

I think everyone has tried this powder at some point in their life, for me it has been my go to setting powder since I was 15. It just works wonders at keeping your face matte and in place throughout the day!

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Lipstick Wild Safari 

Tanya Burr Cosmetics has become my favourite drugstore brand over the summer, everything that she releases is just flawless! The lipstick that i was obsessed with the past few months is in the shade Wild Safari, it is a bright orange red matte lipstick in beautiful YSL inspired packaging.

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Highlighter Warm Bronze 

I bought this highlighter and when it arrived I thought it was too dark, however while I was on holiday I wore it so much. I didn’t stop wearing it when i got home, it just adds a beautiful bronze glow to your face and doesn’t look to over powering.

Nivea Post Shave Balm 

And finally, the biggest discovery for me to date, the Nivea Post Shave balm as a primer. I was pretty late on the bandwagon, i was really sceptical about how could this be better than the ones i had already. But it was, it works so well at making your foundation last, it doesn’t go patchy throughout the day like some primers do.

What are your favourite make up products under £10, let me know in the comments.

Victoria xx

Make Up I’m Currently Loving


Today is all about the make up I have been loving recently! 

For primer I have been obsessively using the Nivea Postshave Balm whilst I am at home (as it’s so heavy it’s not great for travelling). I really love how this is a skincare product but double acts as a primer, on an everyday basis this is the only primer which actually keeps my make up in tip top condition. On top of the primer one of my favourite foundations is MAC Studio Fix Fluid, when I first bought this I didn’t think the shade was for me, but now it’s summer it’s the perfect shade. I love how full coverage this is yet it doesn’t get cakey. But as it’s the summer I have been tanning and my little saviour has been The Body Shop foundation drops which make your foundation darker. These have been great, because it has meant I don’t need my favourite foundation in a variety of shades. Next is my favourite cream bronzer, as you can see this one from Seventeen is well loved as I have used it daily for the past couple of months! This creates a really nice natural sunkissed effect when I apply it to my forehead. On the days where I have been having skin nightmares, the Rimmel Lasting Finish Concealer comes into play. This is a really thick creamy Concealer that I apple before my foundation so I can maximise the results!

On my cheeks I have been loving using Benefit Galifornia as it’s the perfect coral pink for the summer and looks really natural (plus it smells amazing!). For my bronzer I have been using Soap & Glory Solar Power as this is a cool toned bronzer which isn’t too over powering and looks really natural. And lastly on my cheeks my go to highlighter at the moment, the shade Warm Bronze from Tanya Burr Cosmetics! This is the perfect bronze shimmer for when you want that sunkissed tanned look! 

For mascara I have been loving two and these are my most recent purchases, the double ended Loreal Superstar creates really thick defined black lashes and the Maybelline Collossal creates lots of volume. I do sometimes wear these two together as the Maybelline one can thin out any clumps of the Loreal one. I recently became obsessed with the Tanya Burr Contour Stick in the shade medium/dark, this is now my back up for when I run out of the Seventeen Bronzer as it creates the same effect. For highlighters I have been loving two mini samples from Benefit, I have been wearing them near enough daily for the past two months. Benefit High Beam and Watts Up. High beam is definelty a lot more pigmented and intense and really adds a little sometimhing extra to your make up. For concealer under my eyes I have been using the Bourjois Radiance Reveal, this is super hydrating and brightening and looks ever better when you have a tan! And my second favourite primer is Benefit Porefessional, this is my go to when I’m travelling as it’s a lot smaller and easier to pack. This also works really well the Studio Fix foundation from MAC. And last but not least, YSL Rouge Couture 201 lipstick, this shade just screams summer to me! It’s a beautiful red Matte perfect for long summer nights and days out in the sun! 

So there you have it, my favourite makeup at the moment! What are you favourites for the summer? 

Victoria xx 

Summer Holiday Make Up Routine 


Hey! So I’ve just got back from my nightmare holiday (there will be a blogpost going up about it, but I feel like I need hours to sit down and write it!). While I was away I got into a really good routine with my make up and pretty much stuck to the same products everyday as I wanted a really glowy bronzed look. So here is what I used and what I came up with…

To prime my skin I used Benefit Porefessional which I am really loving at the moment! For my foundation I used Mac Studio Fix Fluid which is absolutly perfect for hot climates and if you want a long lasting base. But as I was tanning I needed to darken my foundation daily so it matched, in order to do this I used the foundation drops from The Body Shop. These were perfect for adding a little extra colour each day and it was really easy to add the right amount. 

Although my base was getting darker I decided I would keep my under eye concealer really bright so I used the lightest shade of the Bourjois Radiance Reveal Concealer. This was super hydrating and didn’t dry out my under eye area. I’ve actually forgotten to add the Rimmel Stay Matte powder in the photo, but I used that everyday to set everything in place. 

To add some colour and definition into my face I used Benefit Hoola Bronzer to bronze on my forehead and cheek bones and under my jaw. I then used Benefit Galifornia for blusher, this was the perfect shade for the summer as it’s a really pretty coral shade (and it smells amazing!). 

And lastly to add that extra glow, I used a new highlighter from Tanya Burr Cosmetics in the shade Warm Bronze. I really hesitant at first because I didn’t think I would ever be able to wear it, but with a tan it looked amazing! 

I took two eye shadows with me but pretty much ended up only using Burning Embers from MUA Cosmetics. This had the perfect warm shades for a summers evening, and I could create a different look every night if I wanted. 

On my lashes I used the Loreal False Lash Superstar which is a double ended mascara perfect for building up bold long defined lashes. 

And finally on my brows I have been loving this powder from Freedom, I have been mixing the light and dark shade and this gives a much more natural effect than a pomade. And then to set my brows I used Loreal Brow Plumper in blonde. 

Ofcourse I applied a lipstick every night, but it was a different one every night as I took enough for one per day. Although I’m heartbroken as on the last night I lost Candy K somewhere around the hotel! 

So here are a few selfies from the week! (Excuse the wet hair & flower crown)

Let me know what your go to make up products are on holiday.

Victoria xx 

July Favourites 


How is August already, common it’s not exactly hot and sunny, it feels more like October! This weather needs to hurry up and pull its self together and stop with the rain! Anyway, here are my favourites for the month of July! 

COLAB Dry Shampoo Dry shampoo is a daily essential for me, I just love the look of mine greasy shiny hair especially in my roots plus how good does it smell! I was lucky enough to be sent this really cute mermaid one whic I’m obsessed with, it won’t be long till I’ve run out of this one! 

Nuxe Multi Purpose Oil I bet you can barely even notice this oil asnita so small, but I received it in a subscription box ages and decided to take it on holiday with me and I’m so thankful I did! This worked great at taming and smoothing the ends of my hair out, I still have a tiny bit left which I’m making last until my full size one arrives! Yes, I loved it that much I’ve just bought a whole bottle of it! 

Layering Lab Paradise Body Spray This is the cutest little bottle of body spray from Superdrug, it was only £2.99 and the idea is that you mix it with other scents they have to create your own unique smell. I love the Paradise one as it screams summer, plus it’s small enough to be able to fit in your handbag and carry around on the go with you! 

Passport Holder I purchased this adorable passport holder from Amazon earlier this year as I thought it was a great way to store my passport while travelling! You can get the cover  Here for less than £6! 

Asda sweets When I go on holiday I like to take an abundance of snacks with me just incase, and I can safely say they came in handy last week when I was stuck on an airplane for 10 hours waiting to land! The sweets which became my favourite were little unicorns! The best part is these are in the offer of 5 for £1! 

Now onto to the fun bit, make up! If you’ve read my Summer Holiday Makeup Routine then you will know these make up products were my staples while away! 

MAC Studio Fix fluid This is perfect for hot climates and if you want long lasting make up that still looks good after a day of sight seeing! 

The Body Shop Foundation Drops This little bottle is a lifesaver, for anyone who tans and worries that your face won’t match your body these work a treat! Just add a few drops to your foundation and mix them up to create your own unique shade! 

Benefit Porefessional Primer Once again, another summer staple for long lasting make up that looks great and stays in place all day! 

Bourjois Radiance Reveal Concealer This was my little gem whilst on holiday, I used this in a triangle shape under my eyes to add extra brightness and because of the contrast between the lightness of the concealer and darkness of my foundation it looks perfect! 

Tanya Burr Cosmetics Body Illuminator This is a highlighting body cream, it adds a really subtle shimmer to skin and helps enhance your natural tan! 

Charging Case This charging case is a must for anyone who is on their phone 24/7 and has a panick  about it dying halfway through a day especially when your wanting to take photos. This phone was was under £10 and once it’s fully charged it can charge your phone twice, the only downside is that it’s quite heavy! You can get the same one Here

Hope you enjoyed reading! I’m trying to get 3 blogposts up a week so stay tuned for more! 

Victoria xx 

Most Worn Eye Palettes 


Eye shadow (and lipstick) are my weeknesses! As soon as a new palette drops, I want it. A lot of the time I do manage to restrain myself but sometimes you just have to treat yourself. Out of my huge palette collection these 5 palettes are my most reached for… 

Iheartmakeupldn Chocolate Vice Palette

I think there are some great drugstore alternatives out there for highend palettes which really go above and beyond the expectations. Iheartmakeup have brought out so many chocolate bar palettes to be dupes for the Too Faced ones it seems silly to spend £30 on one palette rather than £8. 

I really love the variety of shades in the Vice Palette and the pigmentation is great. This palette can be used for a light day make up of an intense night look. There is a great variety of shimmer and Matte which makes life so much easier when you only want to use one palette. The shades all really compliment each other and are really easy to apply with little fall out. 

MUA Burning Embers Palette 

This is the palette of my dreams at the minute, I saw this on instagrama and instantly had to check the Superdrug site for it as I knew it would be highly popular. I was really surprised as I managed to get it pretty much straight away (although I think it is out of stock now). This really reminds me of the Morphe palette which everyone wants but is always sold out. It is super affordable at only £8! The shimmery shades are my favourites as their so pigmented and you can build them up really easily. 

Too Faced Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette

I chose this palette for one of my Christmas presents, when I was choosing it I found it really hard to decide between all the options but I ended up opting for this one. I’m really glad I chose the Semi Sweet because it has a really nice mix of colours (some I still havnt used). I tend to stick to a brown, gold, copper eye on a daily basis. Plus, this whole palette smells like chocolate so what more do you want! 

Tanya Burr Birthday Suit Palette

I picked this palette up last year along with some other TB products and this is definelty reached for a lot. Because it only has 4 shades it makes it so much easier to decide on a look. The shades all compliment each other and it’s great for building up looks in the evening or a subtle look during the day. 

Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette 

Naked 3 was the first highend palette I bought, it has such pretty soft shades perfect for spring and more evening looks. I love the variety of colours and it makes a change from only wearing browns. I do find that this palette does have a lot of fall out when applying the shadow. 

What’s your favourite palette? 

Vic xx 

Urban Decay Naked 3 Dupes


As sat down to do my make up I was going to use the Maybelline blushed nudes palette and I had an idea that maybe this was quite similar to Naked 3. I haven’t actually read any other posts to suggest that is but low and behold I did find some shades which were near enough identical to each other.

In the Maybelline palette about half the shades are nearly identical to the Naked 3 palette which is great if you want a cheaper alternative. I would even say the quality of the palettes is pretty similar aswell and the pigmentation of each shadow is nearly identical. 

On my Naked 3 palette the names were really faded so it was hard to take a decent photo. But I think even from the photos you can tell instantly which ones match up. 

As you can see some of the colours are near enough exact where as some other colours have a slight difference. I still think that the Maybelline palette is near enough a good dupe for the Naked 3 palette at a fraction of the cost. So if your unsure about the colours and whether or not you would wear them, try out the Mayeblline palette first! 


Make Up of The Week 


This past week I decided to take photos of what make up I used daily, I did this hoping that I would use more of a variety and not keep using the same make up day in day out. I think I have managed to use a better variety than normal so I’m pretty proud of myself for that. 


I used the Make Up Revolution primer as I find this really does help hydrate my skin before I apply anything else. For foundation I decided to use one which I hadn’t in a long time, this was the Loreal True Match. I was so surprised when I applied this as it went on lovely and blended to easily. It made my skin look great! I used a cream blush from Make Up Revolution which a dusty pink. I then set my make up using Rimmel Stay Matte Powder. To bronze/contour I used the NYC bronzer which used to be an old favorite of mine and still is. For highlighter I used the Solstice palette from Sleek which is so gorgeous. For mascara I used Mac Prep + Prime which I find makes it ten times easily to apply mascara. As I needed my mascara to be waterproof this day I used my favourite one by Loreal, False Lash Architect. I kept my brows simple this day by only applying Loreal Brow Plumper to them in the medium brown shade. And lastly I finished off with a Mac lipstick in the shade Please Me. 


 For this days make up I decided to make it a little more colourful and gooey. I used the same primer, and then I used Max Factor 3 in 1 foundation which is a really good foundation for achieving a good base. I set it again with the Rimmel Stay Matte and then applied Nars Laguna bronzer to bronze and add some contour. I then used orgasm by Nars as blush to add a bit of colour and then the Soap & Glory highlighter because it doesn’t have a lot of shimmer in it. For eyes this day I used a Mac Paint Pot in Painterly as an eye shadow base and then used the gold shade of eyeshadow from Tarte to add a pop of sublet colour. I then used the same mascara as the day before. And to finish off I used my Dip Brow pomade from Anastasia Beverly Hills for my eye brows. 



Today’s look was a natural one again as I wear it to work, I used one of my favorite foundations the Max Factor 3 in 1 and used a cream blush from Kiko and set my make up. I then used Nars Laguna Bronzer to contour followed my The Balm Mary-Loumanizer highlight to add some subtl shimmer. To my eyes I used Painterly by Mac and then applied the gold colour from the Tarte mini palette. As I wanted waterproof make up today I used Loreal mascara over the top of Mac Prep + Prime which I actually can’t live without! 



On Thursday I decided to do use my Milani lipstick in Rosehip which is a gorgeous bright pink perfect for spring. So I decided to do a pinky gold shimmery eye to compliment the lip using the Uban Decay Naked 3 palette. For mascara this day I used Too Faced Better Than Sex, which is amazing and makes my lashes look so long! For my face I used Revlon Colourstay along with the Maybelline concelor for under my eyes. I then set it with Rimmel Dtay Matte as always, and then used Laguna bronzer from the Nars Steven Klein palette along with the light pink blush shade. I then highlighted my cheek bones using Mac Soft & Gentle. For eyebrows I used Anastasia Beverly Hills dip row pomade and then Rimmel Brow This Way to set them. 



For Friday’s make up I did a natural looking using the MUA primer base, Loreal True Match foundation and Maybelline concelor and blended it all using the sponge. I then applied the Collection highlighter to my cheek bones and set my make up using Rimmel Stay Matte powder. To contour I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit using the middle bottom shade. I then used the middle blush from the Hour Glass Abient Lighting Edit palette to add a little colour to my cheeks. For my eyes this day I used Urban Decay primer potion to prime my eyelids and then I used the golden eyeshadow from the Make Up Revolution Mermaids Forever Palette to add some subtle colour. And then I used my normal eye brows products, and a Loreal Lipstick in the shade 640. 

Spring Make Up Look // Urban Decay Naked 3 


The official first day of Spring was on Sunday so I decided to create a spring make up look using the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette.  

 To begin with I used the MUA primer which I am loving at the minute, it creates a smooth base for your foundation to glide on. As it is starting to get warmer I want my make up to last longer so I opted for Revlon Colourstay for foundation today as I know this lasts and gives a lot of coverage. To set my base I used Rimmel Stay Matte.  

To contour and add some definition I used the bottom middle shade of the Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit. For the rest of my face I used a highlighter from the Solstice Sleek palette (purple shade) and then an Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush is Luminous Flush.  

I of course used my usual mascara, Loreal False Lash Architect. And then for my brows I filled them in using dip brow from Anastasia Beverly Hills followed by Loreal Brow Plumper to set. 

For my eye shadow I wanted something springy, so I chose my Naked 3 palette as this is perfect. First off all I used a Kiko Metallic Shine Shadow as a base in the shade 02, as this is a lovely metallic colour. I then used nooner from the Naked 3 palette in the outer eye as a transition shade, followed by Factory to darken the crease up. I then used Buzz on the inner eye to add more or a metallic shine. I think this is a super springy look as it adds a pop of colour rather than the browns and nudes I usually use. 

For lips I have chosen three options. 

Milano Rose Hip which is a bright hot pink, New Look Candy Pink which is a creamy matte nude pink and Rimmel Kate Moss in the shade 28 which is more sheer and peach toned.