Hello my lovelies!
I've been talking about doing a post like this for a while and I've finally got round to taking the photos for it! I'm such a fickle make-up user though, so I'll probably do a completely different one in a few months' time! Anyway, these are the products I've been reaching for on a daily basis; I haven't photographed the make-up bag itself as it's a bit of a mess, product spilled all over it and so on, but somehow all these items manage to fit in it!
I always find my skin feels greasy after I've moisturised, even if I've left it a long while, so I've started putting on the Witch Skincare primer before I do my make-up and it really helps, I love how my skin feels fresh yet matte after applying it! As I've been trying to clear up my skin ahead of graduation (two weeks' time, eeeek!) I've only been wearing concealer and a bit of powder over the top; the Collection 2000 one works beautifully over blemishes while MAC Studio Fix is great for under-eye circles. I mentioned the 17 Pressed Powder in my June Favourites post so I won't go on about that but it is really good considering how cheap it is! I use the Sephora foundation brush to apply my MAC concealer because it blends it nicely and it's also a lot softer than my concealer brush.
Looking at this you'd think I was a total Benefit aficionado but I'm really not! All three of those are recent acquisitions but I'm starting to wonder whether I should pay Benefit more attention now! I won a discount voucher for ASOS from Caz so I've spent it on a Benefit mascara, but that's really all I own from the brand, I'm more of a low-end make-up fan. I do love Cha Cha tint and the other two are gorgeous too, but I've been using Bourjois Rose D'Or on my cheeks because you can build up a lovely natural flush with it. I also like the very faint shimmer as well!
I don't really need to mention the Naked palette AGAIN, do I? The Primer Potion came with it and fits nicely in my make-up bag even though I don't use it on a regular basis, my lids aren't particularly oily so it's not always necessary. I'm using a mixture of the two mascaras at the moment because my beloved Chanel is drying out and Big Fake Lash helps it a long a bit. The Bourjois Liner Feutre is an old favourite, they've revamped the packaging recently so it's curvier than usual but it hasn't significantly changed the product very much! The slanted eyeliner brush is from Ecotools in Boots and I use it to define my brows. I forgot to add my No7 eyelash curlers to this photo, but I use those every day as well! I can't remember a life before eyelash curlers, haha!
So there you go, I hope this has satisfied the curious among you! I know I love an insight into other people's make-up bags but that's because I'm a nosey parker!