Hey! I love your blog :DD I was wondering, could you recommend a foundation to me that has good/buildable coverage but doesn't look shiny or cakey? I know it's a lot to ask but I didn't know who else to ask! Thank you xo
Aw thank you so much!
There are so many good foundations out at the moment so it’s difficult to think of brands.
Always recommend MAC, Illamasqua and Nars.
Some high street foundation brands are revlon (although not suitable for certain skin types) and maybelline!
hey there :) i have an event coming up and i need some VERY VERY HIGH coverage concealer to cover my birthmark. do you know and drugstore concealers that can work? (the birthmark is darker than my usual skin)
I’d stick with illamasqua rich liquid foundation or Estée Lauder double wear!! These are two of my ultimate fav full coverage foundations. X
Well, if you remember a few months ago I posted saying that I would update you all on when the full Osbourne collection has been shown…that time is now!
As expected, there are gorgeous lipstick shades, great eye shadows/pencils for creating Kelly’s signature smokey eye looks and subtle but really complementary face products!
Here’s a little look at what will be available:
The MAC collaboration will be available from the June the 2nd, so we don’t have too long to wait! What do you think of the colors, packaging and products? I’m personally really excited, I do love a good MAC Collab!
Love ya blog! Any recommendations for frizzy hair, I recently cut my hair (well not me the hair dresser 😋) it was so damaged & had loads of split ends.. I've stopped straightening it & just wanna be able to wash it & leave it natural. I put in this Aussie thing for frizzy hair, but the second I step outside it blows up. Argh, I just wanna shave my head 😂 any tips?
Hahah I know that exact feeling!! I’ve tried john Freda’s frizz ease and I think that’s really good for getting the hair to stay in place.
When I worked at aveda, we used to do a shampoo and conditioner called ‘smooth infusion’ and it basically helped control hair and give a smoother finish, it was really good!
Make sure the type of brush your using to dry your hair helps tame the frizz, I would try using a square shaped paddle brush as these brushes help smooth the hair without too much effort!!
Hope this helps and if anyone reading this has any suggestions, please let us know :) xxx