I definitely have a renewed joy for all things beauty now I’m starting to settle at my new place; I’m fantasising about beauty desks, storage units and anything that’ll allow me to organise my large (yet recently scaled down…but still massive) collection of beauty bits and bobs. Currently I have nowhere decent to take pictures of products, which is very annoying as I have some gorgeous make-up bits that I NEED on my face, but I can’t until I’ve got them snapped. A good example of these are the three new launches that I’ve put together to share with you.
Starting off with the bareMinerals Gen Nude line of nude lip products, which are just gorgeous; I remember hearing about these absolutely ages ago and thinking they sounded fab, then suddenly they were here and they’re every bit as fab as I hoped they would be. There are 4o shades broken into four nude colour groups (mauve, pink, peach and beige) and there are four formulas: Matte Liquid Lip Colour (10 shades), Radiant Lipstick (15 shades), Buttercream Lipgloss (10 shades) and Under Over Lip Liner (5 shades). They’re all out now and you can read about them here – link – plus I’ll be reviewing a few of the shades soon, so keep your eyes peeled for that.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, I’m sure you’ll be familiar with the extremely cute Crayola for Clinique colab, which is a very sweet collection of the cult Clinique Chubbies styled to look like Crayola Crayons. There are 10 shades in total which are £17.50 each, but there’s a great minis set (pictured above) which contains smaller versions of 8 of the shades for £35, or there’s also a 4 mini set for £18, all of which can be found here – link.
Finally, there’s a new cleanser in town…and it’s a big surprise and hugely exciting! I love, love, love Omorovicza and I especially love their cleansers, so when their Moor Cream Cleanser arrived yesterday I had to sit on my hands to stop myself cleansing immediately. Thankfully this wash-off cleanser is as exciting as I had hoped, providing the deep cleansing feel of a mud product without any dryness or tightness, in a gentle and creamy formula that feels indulgent on the skin, as do all Omorovicza cleansers. It’s a little bit of love already, but I will be sharing a full review soon. It’s £49 here – link.