Makeup Lately

I really don't think these posts need an introduction anymore. But if you're new here this is basically the makeup I've been reaching for recently.

Touch In Sol No Poreblem Primer | £15 | REVIEW

I feel like I've talked about this primer so much but it really is one of the best primers I've tried! This is a blurring primer that fills pores and fine lines, leaving the skin super smooth. Makeup applies so nicely over the top of it and it helps keep my makeup in place longer. What I love about this is it isn't drying on my dehydrated skin, which I tend to find with most blurring primers.

Makeup Forever Stick Foundation | £30 | REVIEW

This foundation is like a filter in a stick! It really perfects my skin and leaves it looking flawless. The stick is so creamy and easy to blend. It has a good medium, but build-able coverage. The finish is satin to dewy depending on the primer. It photographs really well too! My only issue with this is I don't find it very long lasting. But I can forgive it because it's really easy to reapply and touch up.

Too Faced Born This Way Concealer | £20 | REVIEW

I've recently fallen in love with this concealer and found myself reaching for it a lot. The formula is really creamy, it sits beautifully under the eyes and the finish is really natural. It doesn't cake up or wear off throughout the day. It's just great!

BeautyBakerie Flower Powder | £19.50

For powder this has been my go to. This is a loose setting powder that also blurs and perfects the skin. It sets my makeup really well and keeps it in place all day. I don't find this too drying either. It works really well on concealer and base makeup. I'm tempted to pick up the coloured ones because I love this so much.

Nude Stix Bronzer* | £32 | REVIEW

I'm really into cream products at the moment so I've been reaching for this. The shade Bondi Bae is perfect for contouring. It's not too cool, nor too warm. I love that this is creamy and easy to blend but doesn't blend out to nothing. It leaves me with a subtle contoured look that lasts all day.

Mac Blush | £19.50

I brought this blush ages ago but it's only recently I've really been loving it! The shade Ambering Rose is a lovely Rose colour, with very subtle shimmers. I find it suites my skin tone really well and gives my face a life!

Ofra Highlighter | £25 | REVIEW

For a seriously good glow I've found myself reaching for this highlighter. The shade Blissful is the most gorgeous Gold Champagne colour. The formula is so buttery and gives the face an amazing glow without any glitter or chunkiness.

Makeup Geek Eyeshadow | £4.95 | REVIEW 

I've been really enjoying just a simple eye look with just one eyeshadow. And that shadow is a single pan in the shade Creme Brulee. It's the perfect mid toned, warm Brown. I just like to blend this through my crease and outer corners. The formula of Makeup Geek shadows is really soft, pigmented and so easy to blend. There's nothing not to love.

ColourPop Ultra Glossy Lip | $6 | REVIEW 

I'm pretty sure my go to lip product has been the same for the past couple of months. But I just can't get enough of this lip gloss in the shade Moon Child. It's the most perfect sheer, Brown toned nude. It goes with all makeup looks and the formula is so nice. It's not sticky or gloopy at all!

So that's the makeup I've been reaching for recently.

Have you tried any of these? What are your thoughts?

Until next time...

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