Saturday, 17 October 2015

L'Oreal Infallible Foundation | Review


I have been trailing this foundation for about a week or two now and I thought that it was about time that I wrote a review.

First Impressions

I love the packaging and the size of bottle. I also love the pump that it comes with.

The shade choice was good , however, at the stand that I went to didn't have many shades to chose from. But luckily I found what I thought was my shade.

The Shade

My shade is Vanilla and that's usually what I am in foundations normally. The shade is quite yellow toned which is perfect for my skin. I would say that looking at the range of shades that it has more yellow tones so that's something to keep in mind.


You can see the brush I use in the picture, Its more of a blending brush. Its quite a thick foundation and it has a heavy coverage - maybe its too heavy for my everyday which I have been using it for. However, I think that's why it has it's 24 hour promise ( I haven't tried this yet).

I found blending it to be quite hard due to its thickness, I think that it would take some time to achieve the perfect blended finish.


Rimmel Perfect Match

The two pictures above are a comparison of my normal every day and this one.
I found that the shade was perfect for me , however, it turns quite orange once I have finished my makeup. I think this would work better with a tan and for a night out when I can take my time applying.
The thickness puts me off from wearing it everyday but for a foundation for going out, its perfect.

Let me know if you have the foundation and what your opinions are!

Gee x

Friday, 9 October 2015

Summer Clear Out Tips


As much as I didn't want summer to end and that I wanted to drag it out as much as possible, I thought that it was time to clear out all my summer clothes so I that I could make room for the new season trends.

Here are the rules I followed while clearing;

1) Shorts and Strap Tops

If I couldn't wear the shorts with tights or wear the top with a jumper , it went in the pile that I was building to put away.

2) Summer Patterns

I went through a phrase of purchasing anything with floral and tropical patterns as they were one of my favourite trends of the summer. This included the cropped trousers in this *POST*.

3) Organisation

Folding all the clothes away into a suitcase ready to be put away; This is your final chance to make sure that you hadn't missed anything

4) The fun bit

This is my favourite part-- The part where you see what items that you are missing from your new season wardrobe.

So I hoped that these tips and tricks help you with your new wardrobe! Let me know the best shops to find new season clothing.

Gee x