30 August 2011

Hot Sexy Feet This Summer By Muzammil Bashir

It's amazing how we neglect our feet during periods of bad weather, we shove our feet into socks and boots and tend to forget about them.  It's only when the warmer weather arrives or we are off on holiday that we show them any love and attention.  When Muzammil from pretty-small-shoes.com offered to guest post for me I was delighted that the topic would be how to take care of your feet.

Hot Sexy Feet this Summer

Your feet go through so much, day in and day out so it’s important to spend some time taking care of them. This is especially the case throughout the summer period, when you’re more likely to have your feet on show. Having gorgeous kissable feet will make you feel more confident and keep you looking great, here are some tips to keep your feet looking great this summer.

Soaking your feet

After a long stressful day it’s always good to soak your tired aching feet. Pour some warm water into a tub and add some bath salts or bath soak and emerge your feet into water. Let them soak for15 – 20 minutes so that they soften up nicely.

Scrubbing your feet

After a soak, thoroughly dry your feet and apply a foot scrub, liberally massage the scrub into your feet concentrating on the stubborn hard skin areas such as, underneath the toes, the ball of the feet and your heels. As the skin will be soft after the soak this should help the skin come away a lot easier. Once you have repeated this on the other foot then immerse your feet into the water again and take off the scrub. You can then use a cuticle stick to tidy your cuticles and nails.

Moisturising your feet

Once your feet are dry again you will need to moisturise. Massage the foot cream into both feet liberally; if you do this before you go to bed you can put socks over your feet to trap in the moisture, so when you wake up you will have soft feet.

Keep your feet tidy

If you continue this routine on a regular basis (at least once a week) then your feet will start to look and feel great in no time. Keep an eye on your toenails weekly, so that you know when they need trimming, when your cuticles need tidying up and keeping them well polished. Well groomed toenails are very attractive, so keep the nail file at the ready!

Fish for your feet

Depending on how bad your hard skin is, it can be a tough task, but now that there are special fish available that can do this for you. This makes hard skin a walk in the park and your feet will be baby soft. There are some places that offer a pedicure straight after the treatment, such as polishing and trimming etc.

I hope this has given you some tips for great looking feet, as long as you follow these tips regularly then you can’t go wrong!

My name is Muzammil Bashir. I’m working with the Senior Editor of pretty-small-shoes.com – Specialising in small size shoes for women with small size feet.

Muzammil Bashir

My sister has tiny feet, she is a UK size 2 - European size 34 and has always struggled to find stylish shoes in her style, for most of her adult life she has had to by children's shoes.  Over at pretty-small-shoes.com the shoes sizes start at European size 32 - UK size 13.  If you have small feet you will be overwhelmed by the vast choice of beautiful shoes, they also ship worldwide.





27 August 2011

Philip Kinglsey Elasticizer Review

 I was really pleased when Astrid from www.skindeepbeautyblog.com  answered my Blogger SOS and  offered to guest post for me whilst I am on holiday.  I am a long time follower of her lovely, informative blog, so I know from experience that I am leaving my blog and my readers in very good hands.


Review of Philip Kingsley Elasticizer

When Jude kindly agreed to host me as a guest blogger, I wondered what I could write about. Feeling inspired by the Audrey Hepburn quotation on the Love, Lust & Fairy Dust homepage, I felt it would be fitting to write my review around one of the style icon’s personal beauty products. Philip Kingsley, the renowned hair guru, used to tend the tresses of the Breakfast at Tiffany’s star and his signature treatment, Elasticizer has gained iconic status itself within the industry.


The award-winning Elacticizer is the bestselling product from the Philip Kingsley range, counting the likes of Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett and Lucy Liu as fans. At its launch at Saks 5th Avenue in New York, 

Elasticizer sold out three times over! It was the world’s first pre-shampoo treatment and it’s this aspect which I particularly like. Although you need to dampen hair before applying, I personally find it easier to use a mask in this way (as opposed to post-shampoo, in the middle of my shower) as it means I can get on with chores whilst the mask works its magic. The box includes a plastic cap to cover hair whilst the mask conditions, which I feel shows just how well thought out the product is. I also like the whipped texture of the mask although I’m relieved to hear that Philip Kingsley are finally launching Elasticizer in a tube format as getting the product out of the tub proved a little messy.

I really like that Elasticizer is unfragranced and although this is quite a cultural change (after all, us girls like our products to smell good!), it means that the treatment is also suitable for those with sensitivity.
Given that it’s a pre-shampoo treatment, Elastizer is easy to rinse out and doesn’t leave hair feeling weighed down. My hair was left smoothed and cared for yet I needed to use shine spray to enhance the finish.
As my fine hair is in pretty good condition, I don’t need to use Elasticizer very often but it has earned its place in my cupboard of essentials as a go-to emergency fix. I’d definitely recommend checking out Elasticizer if you have thick, colour treated or damaged hair.

The great thing about Elasticizer is that it’s available in a range of sizes, whether you want to try it (£3.60 for 20ml) or if you’re hooked (£70.50 for 1000ml), with medium options in between (£25.50 for 150ml or £52.10 for 500ml).


By Skin Deep Beauty Blogger www.skindeepbeautyblog.com

Please pop over to Astrid's blog, put your feet up and have a cuppa whilst you read some of her fabulous posts.

25 August 2011

Rachel McAdams Look Inspired by her 'Midnight in Paris' Photo Shoot

I am absolutely delighted to have the lovely Lara guest posting for me.  Lara has popped over from Aphrodite's Apple you need to visit her blog and read up on the reasons behind the blog name, it is fascinating stuff.  You will find out lots of amazing facts about Lara, the one that impressed me the most is that she has appeared in The Vagina Monologues, twice!

With my sister’s wedding looming and my role as wedding makeup-artist weighing heavily on my mind, I was inspired by Rachel McAdams soft and romantic look for her 'Midnight in Paris' photocall.




The combination of neutral tones with a pop of pink was both demure and playful. Appropriately for me, Rachel's makeup artist was also her sister, Kayleen McAdams. She explains her inspiration...

“For the Midnight in Paris photo call, the dress was very youthful and fun. We knew we were focusing on the eyes and skin for the premiere [later that day], so we chose to do a bright fun lip.”

Rachel has a flawless, creamy complexion which was kept matte to provide the perfect canvas for this rosy look. I used MAC Studio Fix Fluid in NW15 - applying it with a foundation brush and working away from the centre of the face so that I used only as much as was needed for a natural matte finish.



For Rachel's eyes, Kayleen used NARS Duo Eye Shadow in Silk Road but I used Clarins 'Gold Attraction' eye quartet which is a similarly pink and rose-gold palette with soft, shimmery browns to add depth. To keep the look light and bright I dusted the pale pink all over the lid - extending just above the crease line - and applied a touch of gold on the inner corners of the eye.



I lined the upper and lower eyelids with the darker, brown shade which I smudged before using Revlon's Matte Kohl Eyeliner in 'Rich Mink' to add definition. To finish, I topped off the lashes with Maybelline's Defina-A-Lash Mascara in Black for long, separated lashes that are not overpowering.



My model's eyebrows are very blonde so I used just a touch of Universal Brow Powder by Ariane Poole to fill them out and give them shape.



For the cheeks I wanted a rosy pink that was just a little brighter than cheeks would be naturally. I used a combination of blushes - The Body Shop's Creme Cheek Blush in 'Raspberry Pink' to get a rich, dewy base and MAC's Mineralise Blush in ' Dainty' for an iridescent shimmer.



The lips were really the focal point for this look - they are bright, bold and a little mischievous. Kayleen used Stila Convertible Color in Fuchsia but I worked with what I had and I think it came out pretty well!
I first lined the lips with Revlon Colorstay Lipliner in 'pink' then I filled them in with Ariane Poole's Lip Twin in 'Blushing' before topping with a slick of Dior Creme de Gloss, no. 485 'Violet Shine'.


And... voila!


Rachel McAdams


Erin Williams

So there you have it lovelies.  Do pop over to Aphrodite's Apple I promise you won't be disappointed.

23 August 2011

Decleor's Aroma Cleanse Tonifying Lotion

When Daniella from Madame Gourmand offered to guest post for me I was over the moon, then when she suggested reviewing a product from Decleor I could hardly contain myself.  Decleor and I go back a long way but for some unknown reason I have never reviewed from the range on my blog.  So here is the Decleor debut.


Thank you Jude for allowing me the opportunity to tell your readers about Decleor’s Aroma Cleanse Tonifying Lotion. 


I’m a huge fan of Decleor and have been buying the products on and off for years.   When I was studying for my qualification in Complementary Therapy we used Decleor products to cleanse our clients face and this reignited my love for the brand.
I suffer from Eczema and have very dry and sensitive skin so often when I open a product and it has a smell either natural or synthetic I get worried that my skin will react and I will be unable to use it.  When you open the bottle the scent is very strong but fear not this is from natural ingredients and if you try hard enough you will be able to pick out each individual scent.  The ingredients contained in the bottle are Lavender, Petitgrain Essential Oils, Orange, Kiwi, Mallow and Lime-Tree Essential Waters.


Lavender is one of my most favorite essential oils, it is so versatile and has the most fantastic antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.  I know a lot of people don’t like lavender but I think its fantastic!
Petitgrain essential oil comes from the Orange tree along with neroli and orange, this is another antiseptic and can also help with stress-related conditions.


I apply this product to my face and neck every morning and evening after my cleanser with a homemade cotton towel but for the purpose of my pictures I have used a cotton pad.


The toning lotion immediately refreshes my face and completely removes all traces of makeup and impurities from my skin.


The pictures show my face in the morning, I cleansed and toned before bed and you can see on the cotton pad on the left how much dirt was on my face.
Decleor do not test their products on animals instead they use human cultural cells for testing which gets thumbs up from me!  The product is alcohol-free and suitable for all skin types.
The Aroma Cleanse can be purchased from http://www.decleor.co.uk/  and come in a 250ml bottle for £19.50


If you would like to read more of Daniella's descriptively, honest reviews then get yourself over to her fabulous blog Madame Gourmand


21 August 2011

Back to the 1980's with Sleek Curaçao Palette

It is now time to welcome the lovely Helen from Sparklz and Shine she is taking us all back to the 1980's with this amazing make up.




I fell in love with the colours of the Sleek Curaçao Palette when I first got a glimpse of it back in January at IMATS. The orange - Tequila Sunrise was just calling to me for some brow experimentation. Then I got to wondering about how to pair it with Blue Lagoon. This look just grew from there. My Aldi running jacket (no I don't run, but I do walk a lot) just fitted the bill to push the 80's vibe.


Base
Illamasqua Skin Base 2

Sleek Curaçao Palette 
Tequila Sunrise
also a touch on my lashes
Purple Haze
applied using Illamasqua Eye Brow Brush
Blue Lagoon
blended upwards 

Inner lower lash line
Illamasqua Medium Pencil
Thrash

Lips
Sleek Pout Paint mix
Peek-a-Bloo - mostly
Pinkini & Port - touch of


You really must pop over to her fabulous blog over at Sparklz and Shine she has some absolutely amazing make up looks on there, she has also done a fabulous post on the new Sleek Pout Paints.

19 August 2011

A Pink, Black and Silver Crackle Mash up NOTD Featuring Barry M and Models Own Crackle Polishes

Hello you gorgeous lot.  Whilst I'm away I have enlisted the help of some fabulous bloggers to guest post for me.  Please meet and welcome the beautiful Aysha from Truly Madly Beauty you have to check out her Arabic Eyes posts, they are simply divine.

Well hello there everyone!  How are y’all doing?   My name is Aysha from over at Truly Madly Beauty and I’m just your bog standard “perfectly normal/sane” (despite what you may have heard) blogger and lover of all things beauty and makeup related!
The lovely Jude has very kindly (& bravely) allowed me to do a guest post on her fab blog this week as she is jetting off on holiday, to somewhere very sunny, I hope the lucky thing!  Not envious at all hun….in fact, wanna take me with you??  I’m quite the midget and can fit into a suitcase very easily (actually talking from experience here…) Oh lord, you’re probably already regretting letting me loose on your blog aren’t you??

Sorry for digressing majorly their loves, anyhoos on to the post!  I thought I would share with you all a quick and simple NOTD I did recently and of which the finished result I quite liked?  I do love my nail polish; I do and very rarely have bare nails.  Would I go so far as to saying I’m an addict? *cough*  Okay maybe I would….I just love how; by simply applying a pretty shade to the hands, it can just lift up your mood.  Or is that just me?  I also love dabbling in a bit of nail art as well but am definitely no pro, but I’ll keep on working and practicing as it’s something I really enjoy doing :)

One thing I absolutely love at the moment and ever since they came out actually are the fab crackle polishes.  I’m sure you’ve all seen them,  Barry M was the one who started it I think and slowly others caught on and followed suit and now they’re available pretty much everywhere!  Barry M still remains a firm favourite of mine though, especially the nail paints!  My aim in life is to eventually own them all, not only are there some truly gorgeous shades but they’re good quality and great value for money too!

The crackle polishes are really a great, quick and easy way to jazz up your nails!  In this NOTD I used a simple bubblegum pink nail polish as the base colour, which I picked up from my hairdresser’s who is Lebanese & bought these back with her. But go for any colour you like!  Metallic shades especially look STUNNING underneath black crackle.



I first applied two coats of the pink over a clear basecoat.  Any one will do, at the moment I’m using Models Own 3in1 which is a base & topcoat in one.  I opted for two different crackle polishes for this NOTD, one is my fav Barry M in Black and the other was Models Own in Silver.  I’ll be honest and say that I was a tad disappointed with the Models Own one, I found the consistency very gloopy and there wasn’t enough crackling action going on!  The Barry M one definitely crackles better.


Next I applied the black crackle on my thumb, middle and little finger over the entire nail, then grabbing the Models Own Silver, just applied it across half the nail in one sweep on the remaining two nails.  The crackle dries really quickly so you need to be a bit of a fast mover!  It also dries matte so to finish off I just applied clear topcoat for a nice glossy look.






And that’s it me dears!  Funky, crackly nails in an instant!  Hope you like them!

Thanks for reading honey’s and big thank you again to the lovely Jude!

Lotsa love, Aysh xoxo

So there you have it lovelies, pop over to Aysha's Blog, take some tea and biscuits, you may be there for a while.






17 August 2011

Eco Tools® By Alicia Silverstone Review


When Moxie answered my plea for help and offered to guest post for me I was very relieved knowing I was leaving my blog in good hands.  Moxie has a fascinating blog at Moxie Reviews where she reviews natural, organic and cruelty free products.


Review of EcoTools®

There was once an incredibly bad commercial that had a woman announce, “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful.” I shudder to conjure up that awful, but laughable line...but I must. I’m Moxie from ™and I’m quite excited to be posting a review on Jude’s Love Lust & Fairy Dust, one of the beauty Blogs that I personally love and follow.

I believe I owe it to my fellow bloggers, in the spirit of goodwill, to announce, “Don’t hate me because...I get to do a guest post on Love Lust and Fairy Dust.” So sorry. Next time you are all jolly well going to have to jump at these opportunities when they are posted on your favorite/favourite blogs! (Thank you, Jude, for offering bloggers the opportunity to guest post! x)

I purchased, and will review, a four-piece brush and cup set:  EcoTools®  by Alicia Silverstone.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with Alicia, here is a link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alicia_Silverstone. In addition to her being an American actress, author, and former fashion model, there are connections to the UK. Alicia’s father is a native of east London, and she has a half-sister, London-based rock singer, Kezi Silverstone,

Here’s what I learned about EcoTools®: “Getting gorgeous, going green, and giving back is what we are all about!” EcoTools®, a brand from Paris Presents, Inc., was founded in 2008 with their cosmetic brushes. The "iconic look" of bamboo handles and recycled aluminum ferrules (the piece that connects the brush handle to the bristles) only add to the wonderful fact that they are not only cruelty-free, but also have very, very soft bristles.  EcoTools®  has since added to it's company line of products: cosmetic bags, bath tools, and bath and body care.  The eco-conscious company has earth-friendly materials and natural ingredients. 

EcoTools® joined forces with 1% For The Planet®, an alliance of businesses to create a healthier planet. With that alliance comes a donation by EcoTools® of 1% of their annual sales to be donated to them.

I had researched EcoTools® online, http://www.ecotools.com, prior to my purchase. I found what I eventually decided on, EcoTools®, Alicia Silverstone’s Backstage Vanity Set, at Ulta. 
As Jude confirmed for me, while the specific set I will review is not at amazon.co.uk, she has seen the brand, EcoTools® in her local Boots. Readers may search online for EcoTools® where they live at the following link www.ecotools.com.  You may wish to join me in following EcoTools® on Twitter: EcoTools Beauty @ecotools

The first of the four piece set is the cup, which is made with cotton and natural hemp; and in fact, even the box has a label that it is made from a material called PolyEthylene Terephtalate, "PET" or "PETE."

The remaining three pieces of the set are:

the finishing brush (as Alicia points out, it is excellent for loose powders and with mineral face makeup.)

the angled eye shadow brush (use this for contouring and a smoky/smokey eye)

and the lash and brow groomer--

*the lash groomer separates and lengthens lashes after you apply mascara

*the brow groomer controls those unruly brows.

The kit also contains a card with directions/tips from Alicia, to recreate her, “natural look.”

Here are some photos, with labels, of what is included in the Backstage Vanity Set:







The only objection one might have to the excellent Backstage Vanity Set is the fact that the cup may not suit their taste. Personal preference, and one doesn’t need to display it; and the tools alone are worth the purchase price to add to or start a collection. Purchase price in the US at Ulta, $15.99  =  £9.75.

EcoTools® has a mission: “With the right tools, you can be Gorgeous and Green,” and Moxie believes that they have  succeeded! Recommend!

Disclosure: I have nothing to disclose. All links are for your convenience only.

This is by Moxie Reviews™ 2011 for Love Lust & Fairy Dust only. Content copyright.

So there you have it ladies, don't for get to pop over to Moxie's blog and have a read.







15 August 2011

A beauty Blogging Male Direct From The Chap Blog

When the lovely Michael from The Chap Blog offered to guest post for me whilst I was on holiday I was absolutely delighted.  I have been following his blog since he started blogging and it's fabulous to read about male products from a male's perspective.


Blowing My Own Blog Horn!
Hey boys and girls, Jude was looking for guest bloggers and I thought this would be a great opportunity to write about something about male grooming on a beauty bloggers blog. Well I Tweeted Jude back and asked her what she would like me to write about. She suggested writing about why you, Jude’s followers should read and hopefully follow my blog The Chap Blog. In Jude’s words “Blow my blog horn!”


So maybe I should introduce myself first and let you know who I am, what I look like and why I started blogging.

Here’s the picture first!



So….I’m Michael and I write all the posts for The Chap Blog. I originally started writing about male grooming products on a very dear friends beauty blog, you may know her as May or Stephanie May from May Loves Makeup. I've watch her beauty blog grow from the beginning into a very successful and popular blog. Her honesty, ethics and positivity in the way she writes and presents her blog finally inspired me to set my own blog up.
I started blogging back in November 2010 when I took voluntary redundancy; I needed an everyday hobby to keep me busy, use my brain and write about things I enjoy; and that's what it's really about......enjoyment! The journey to where I am now has been fantastic and the blog has really opened up opportunities I would never have done if I hadn’t started.

If I was asked what my unique selling point is, I would have to say that my blog isn’t only writing reviews on high end products, I also write about products most chaps and girls can pick up in their local stores. I also enjoy filming tutorials and reviews on You Tube. Here's the link,
http://www.youtube.com/thechapblog
Now I don’t like to blow my own ‘blog horn’, so I’m going to quote Fee from Makeup Savvy. It was lovely to hear what Fee thought of my blog and how her chap has improved his daily grooming ritual. Maybe your chap may end up having more products than you in the bathroom if you follow me!
The Chap's blog is definitely a blog aimed at male grooming and is packed full with product reviews of all different types - though quite a few of his reviews are suitable products for women (I especially like his posts of Dental Hygiene products). But it's also a blog definitely worth bookmarking on your boyfriends laptop to encourage a bit of self-grooming, which is exactly what I did and I have definitely seen an increase in my boy's spending in Boots! I can 100% see this blog really appealing to most men as it doesn't go into detail about looking styled or buff! It's just to the point and honest - which is what I think men need.”
I would love to make a difference and help both men and women get the most out of the products out there. The majority of men are really shy when it comes to male products and grooming, so it is up to you lovely ladies to point them in the right direction sometimes; now you have a subtle way of doing it. Why not skip along and if you like my blog please follow me.
I hope you’ve found this interesting and thank you so much for reading this and hopefully my blog.
Have a great week and you can also chat to me on Twitter!
The Chap : )


Go follow him girls, he'll give you an honest insight into products for the men in your life and he also hosts regular fabulous giveaways.



12 August 2011

Florida Here I come!

So I'm flying off to the land of the mouse tomorrow, the place where dreams really do come true and everyone lives happily ever after.


I sent out a Blogger SOS last week inviting people to guest post for me in my absence.  I was overwhelmed by the response.


I have some fantastic guest posts lined up for you over the next 2 weeks from some really lovely bloggers.  Please pop over and read/follow their fabulous blogs.

I am hoping that I will have access to WiFi in my accommodation so that I can keep in touch with you all.  I won't be very happy if I can't have a little tweet now and then or read my favourite blogs.  There is only so much Disney you can take before it all becomes a bit too much and you want some normality and gossip in your life.


So Take care my lovelies and I will see you all in a couple of weeks. xxxx



11 August 2011

May Chang & Ylang Ylang Hand Cream From Kelly Edwards Skincare Range

I love hand cream, I get through a considerable amount throughout the year.  Although, I am quite fussy and I won't just use any old hand cream.  When Kelly Edwards asked me if I would like to try something from her skincare range I had a browse at her WEBSITE and I immediately decided I want to try the May Chang and Ylang Ylang hand cream.  I love the lemon smell of May Chang and Ylang Ylang is my favourite essential oil.

Kelly is an Aromatherapist and a Biology graduate, she has a passion for science and skin.  She uses only natural ingredients and her products are only tested on family and friends.

Kelly sent me the hand cream, which was gift wrapped in a gorgeous black and white spotty box and tied with fabulous black ribbon.  The hand cream comes in a cute little silver tin.  It contains 50ml of product and is perfect to keep in your drawer at work or pop into your handbag.




The hand cream looks, feels and smells like a Lemon Mousse.  It is nice and light but very nourishing, perfect if you have your hands in water a lot, or if you're like me and use an unhealthy amount of alcohol loaded hand sanitizer.

Along with the hand cream Kelly also very kindly sent me some of her skin care items to try.  These are a perfect size to take on holiday so I am taking them with me on holiday on Saturday and I will do a blog post about them on my return.


Please pop over to Kelly's WEBSITE and have a look at her gorgeous products.  You can also follow Kelly on Twitter at @KESkincare



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6 August 2011

Calling All Beauty Bloggers

Would you like to guest post on my blog?  You would?  Oh that's fabulous.

If anyone would like to guest post then please contact me at fairydust.dunn@gmail.com

You must have your own beauty blog.  You can blog about anything you like as long as it is beauty related and of course there will be a link back to your own blog.  This is very short notice I'm afraid as I have booked a last minute holiday.  I will need the completed post and photographs by Thursday evening.

Thank you my Blogging Beauties I look forward to hearing from you.


5 August 2011

e.l.f Studio Flawless Finish Foundation Review

I'm always up for trying out a new foundation. I have tried many over the years and more often than not I am left disappointed as most of them do not live up to the hype.

When I was offered the opportunity to test out this new formula from e.l.f I was more than happy to oblige. I have their studio brushes and several other items and have always been very impressed with the quality of the products and the prices are incredible.

This is a light-weight and oil free liquid foundation, it has an SPF 15 and gives a semi-matte finish.






The foundation is available in 6 shades, Porcelain, Sand, Buff, Caramel, Almond and Coco. It was quite difficult choosing a colour from the website, I concluded that Porcelain was very Light, Sand was light and Buff was medium, so I chose Buff. I think sand would be perfect for me in the winter, so I was glad I chose Buff as I have a little bit of colour at the moment.

The foundation is quite fragrant during application but this disappears within a few seconds. The consistency is nice and 1 pump of the product is more than enough to cover the whole face.

Now as far as coverage is concerned I would say this is a light/medium coverage foundation. It easily covered the red areas around my nose and evened out my skin tone, however, it did not completely cover my blemishes. The coverage is buildable so I used extra on my areas of concern.

The overall finish is very nice, it's not a flat foundation and does leave the skin with a dewy glow, I'd go as far to say that no extra highlighter is required.

Now I am quite used to wearing a heavy duty foundation designed to last 12 hours. I put this foundation on at 10.00am this morning and by 5pm it had started to disappear a little.

Although this isn't as long lasting as my usual foundation I am really pleased with it overall. I am going to take this on holiday with me as I don't want to wear a heavy duty foundation whilst I'm away.  This foundation is perfect for you if you like a lighter coverage foundation which offers a bit more than a tinted moisturiser, or for days when you are having a really good skin day.

This foundation retails at £6.50 which in my opinion is an absolute bargain.

For more information about this foundation and all of the other products available visit the e.l.f website  There is free shipping in the UK if you spend over £30  If you follow them on Facebook they always give out special codes offering significant discounts or free P & P.







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