Morphe 15N Night Master Palette

Thursday, 14 December 2017
It has been month's since I've posted anything on here so I thought that since I'm off for Christmas I'd do a quick review of a palette I have been LOVING recently; the Morphe 15N Night Master Eyeshadow Palette.


Packaging
One thing I am never fussed on is an eyeshadow palette in cardboard packaging, for me, it's not durable or travel-friendly. So I am so so pleased that this Morphe palette is in sleek plastic packaging and it also has a mirror, so it's perfect in terms of packaging for what I look for. 


Application
I use the Morphe Set 702 - 12 Piece Eye-Credible Set to apply all my eye makeup and honestly, there is nothing in this set that I don't use, and neither is there anything missing from it. I've been looking for a good eye set for ages, but I didn't want to splurge on the Zoeva brushes because for me it wouldn't make sense to spend that much. So at only £25 for 12 beautiful brushes, it's an absolute steal in my eyes. 


Formula
The Night Master Palette contains 15 beautiful shades, a mixture of matte and shimmer shades. These are all pressed to give the perfect amount of pigmentation and they are really easily blended. Something Morphe always seems to get right. 

Colour
Within the 15N Night Master Palette, there are 9 matte shades and 6 shimmers. They range from creams and browns to deep purples. Perfect for achieving a sultry smokey look, but there's also a good range of browns if you wanted something a bit more natural.


Wear
I've been wearing shades from this palette, every day from when it arrived and honestly it is perfect for day and night and they don't crease or wear off noticeably during the day. Obviously, over the 12 hours that I'm wearing them some days, they're not as perfect at the end of the day, but find me a palette that is.

Price
I purchased mine straight from Morphe's website during the Black Friday sales, however, it is also available on the Beauty Bay website for just £15.

Glam Eyes | Barry M Glitter Rush + Fixer Gel Review

Saturday, 7 October 2017
Long time no see. I have now finished my second week of second year at uni, woohoo. I took the last few weeks off blogging so that I could really settle into a uni/work routine and then slowly introduce blogging back in again. So I am thinking at the minute of doing one post per week to see how that goes. Getting photographs is the most tricky thing for me but I did get a new phone (iPhone 8plus) so that issue will hopefully go away. Although I will probably still try to use my set up at my parents' house to take most of my photographs still.

So for today's post, I thought that I would introduce you to my new favourite thing, Barry M's Glitter Rush eye glitters and give a quick review to let you know why I love them so much, although look at those shades. Wow. 


Packaging
Barry M keep it simple with their packaging and I think its extremely practical for when you're using the product. If you look closely you'll see that the glitter pots have holes to let the product out. This means that if you drop the glitter pot while it's open you'll not lose all of the product and I think this is perfect because there's nothing worse than spilt glitter.






Application
To apply the Barry M Glitter Rush I use the EcoTools Petité Eye Shading Brush which is a small flat brush which is the perfect shape and size for applying the glitter in small amounts so that you can be precise with the placement of it. I put a small amount of the Barry M Glitter Fixer Gel on the brush and then just dip it into the glitter pot and then apply in the areas I want. I used to use lash glue to apply glitter but I am so glad that Barry M have finally released this Gel as it works so well.


Formula
The Fixer Gel is just a clear gel which comes in a squeezy tube which allows you to control how much product you want to use and trust me a little goes a long way and I don't end up finding glitter all over my face afterwards either which is especially good. The glitter itself is quite fine which I absolutely love, this means that it applies smooth and you can still build up how pigmented you want it to be.


Colour
There are a total of 8 glitters in this range and I have purchased Rose Quartz (Pink)Fireball (Gold) and Onyx (Almost Black). Other shades include Aquamarine (Blue/Green)Moonstone (Silver)Snow Globe (White)Desert Bronze (Bronze) and Ultraviolet (Purple).


Wear
I have tried quite a few different eye glitters and pigments and these are definitely the easiest ones to work with and they always look amazing and last for HOURS!! I've used the fixer gel with both the Barry M glitters and glitters from other brands and it definitely keeps the glitter in place.

Price
Both the glitters and the fixer gel are available online and instore from Superdrug. The Glitter Rush's cost £4.59 each and the Fixer Gel is available for £4.99. Where else can you get glitters at such an affordable price?

Do you use eye glitters?

Barry M Matte Me Up Lip Kits

Saturday, 23 September 2017
My all-time favourite liquid lipsticks are the Matte Me Up range by Barry M and I have a whole post here on the single shades that I have and as it is one of my most popular posts I thought that I would do an updated post on the lip kits that I have.

Packaging
I love the packaging of these lip kits, super sleek, perfect for throwing into your bag in a rush, no complaints at all.


Application
These lip paints have a doe-foot applicator which makes for a flawless application, especially since a lip liner also helps the process.

Formula
The lip liners in these kits are super creamy which I love, as there's nothing worse than it being dry and flakey. The lip paints themselves are quite a thin consistency which I didn't think I'd like but I love it now as it means that it lasts so much longer than other matte liquid lipsticks that I've tried.


Colour
I have the Matte Me Up Lip Kits in four shades, I will mention though that Blowout was a limited edition in Superdrug and so it's no longer available, although they may re-release it in the future. The other three shades I got were Go To (nude), Bespoke (plum) and Runway (berry). These four shades are perfect for me as there is one for every occasion.

Wear
Due to the thin consistency which I mentioned before, these liquid lip paints last so much longer than any other lipstick I've ever tried. It doesn't go flakey crack either which is a hate of mine when it comes to so many liquid lipsticks that I've tried.

Price
These lip kits are available at Superdrug for £6.99. This is an amazing price as the lip kit includes both a lip paint and a lip liner and they are both of a really high quality. 

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