Beautylish Haul!

Hey guys, I bought some new products from Beautylish for an upcoming post so thought I would share with you what I bought and my thoughts after using them..... Enjoy!!!

Jeffree Star Cosmetics Star Mirror
Available here for $20

I have wanted one of these mirrors since they were first released but kept telling myself I didn't need another mirror but it was just too pretty to resist. I wish I had waited for the yellow one from the new collection but I do love this colour. Its great for holding really close for doing winged liner and lashes, which we all know are a nightmare.

The Ordinary Serum Foundation (Shade 1.1N)
Available here for $6.95

I have been desperate to try out this foundation from The Ordinary for a while as it sounded like a match made in heaven, a foundation that is also good for your skin! The shade 1.1N matches me quite well and the foundation definitely makes your skin look and feel plump and hydrated even hours after application.

My only issue with this product is it has basically no coverage. I don't mind a sheer foundation, at the moment I am loving the Loreal Pro Glow foundation which is quite sheer but can be built up slightly, especially to cover the rosacea on my cheeks, but the serum foundation just does not build up at all. It is really pretty though and if you are very confident about your skin and are just looking to even out your skintone slightly then you will probably love this foundation.

I am going to keep using it and trying different application techniques to see if I can get a bit more coverage out of it. I'm actually also going to try it under one of my other foundations as I think it would be a lovely base as it really does feel like you are applying your skincare.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette
Available here for $42

The Soft Glam palette from Anastasia Beverly Hills has been really hyped about. Until recently, it just did not interest me at all. In fact, I thought it looked really boring, especially compared to the Modern Renaissance which is such a beautiful versatile palette. After seeing so many beautiful bridal looks on social media recently I was inspired to create much softer looks which I have really enjoyed. I found most MUA's were using the soft glam palette so I thought I would give it a go.

I was not disappointed! This palette is beautiful. It has the same formula as the Modern Renaissance palette meaning the shadows are so pigmented and just blend like a dream. I have included pictures of a few finger swatches with and without flash to show you the pigmentation of the shimmer shades. If you would like to see swatches of all the shades let me know and I will happily post them on Instagram. I highly recommend this palette, worth every penny!

Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick Bundle - Red & Pinks
Available here for $52.

If you have been around for a while you will know two things - Jeffree Star Liquid lips are my all time favourite as are Red lipsticks. So you can imagine how excited I was when I seen him announce he was following up from the Nudes bundle (which I have and love) with a Reds & Pinks one.

You will see below swatches of all the shades included. Prom night, Anna Nicole and Doll Parts are my favourites. I really think buying these sets is such great value for money and lets you try out shades you maybe wouldn't usually. They are also perfect to pop in your handbag. As usual the formula is amazing and if you exfoliate and moisturise your lips they will last all day no problem.

Shades L-R Doll Parts, Calabasis, Wifey, Watermelon Soda, Anna Nicole, Prom Night, Redrum, Unicorn Blood.

Have you guys had any good hauls recently? I would love to see what you have been buying so feel free to tag me on Instagram HERE or Tweet me HERE. Also remember you guys can see behind the scenes (and sometimes drunken antics with my crazy friends) over on my Snapchat - thirtyandmakeupmad.



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