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Review: Oriflame Giordani Gold Voluptuous Lipstick


Hi loves! I believe that girl can never have too many lipsticks :) That's my reason for out more new lipsticks and today I have for you Oriflame Giordani Gold Voluptuous lipsticks and I have them in shades Wispy Prune, Chiffon Rose and Red Organza (3.3 g, 18 EUR).


The packaging of these lipsticks feel very luxurious, but the lipstick does want to get to the see through cap, which doesn't look so cute.  Other then that I do like the packaging and its easy to store them.

Top to bottom: Wispy Prune, Chiffon Rose, Red Organza

The formula of these lipsticks is very creamy and because of that they don't stay on lips very long. They do feel comfortable and don't feel like they dry out the lips. These lippies are more shear and I do recommend to use some kind of lip liner under, so they don't move out of the lip lines.

These make great everyday lipsticks, if you want just kiss of color on your lips. 

There is one thing I don't like and its the scent of these. I usually like my lip products to have a sweet scent, but this one just rubs me the wrong way. Its too sweet and I can smell it when I apply it. I don't smell it when I wear it. I would have liked it to have no scent at all or something less sweet.

All together there is 8 different shades available and you can see them here. At the moment they are on offer for 12.99 EUR.


Overall I do like them! I try not to smell them, when applying and it helps. The color selection is great and the do look lovely on lips :) 


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Review: NYC HD Color Trio Eye Shadow


Hi beauties! Eye shadow trios can be handy, when you go to traveling and don't want to take too much things with you. Next trio that I'm going to share is from NYC and I got it from a beauty swap. I'm so glad I got it because its a fantastic trio. Its their HD Color Trio Eye Shadow and I have it in shade 781 Long Beach Sands (4.5 g). 


The trio comes in a plastic packaging and has a clear lid, so you can see the shadows. In it was also a little applicator, which I have already tossed. It doesn't take a lot of space in a makeup bag and you could create a look with only these shades, which makes it very travel friendly for me :) 


Swatches are in the same order as the they are in the trio. All 3 shades have satin finish. These shadows feel very buttery to the touch, which I didn't expect. They are pigmented and blend out easily. All the shades work together very well and you can create a gorgeous everyday look. 

My favorite shade out of the 3 is the lightest one. It looks perfect in the inner corner of the eye.

They stayed put all day with out creasing and I did use an eye shadow primer before I applied the shadows. 

I did plan to have a makeup look for you guys,but the new mascara that I'm trying out messed up everything! I had one of these bad makeup days :(


I'm so impressed by this trio from NYC! The quality is great and they didn't irritate my eyes! I think its a great drugstore product and I can't wait to try out more of their products :)



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Review: Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm


Hi Lovelies! This next lip product that I'm going to share is not in the color for this season, but it will look fantastic on spring and summer :) I have been loving Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in shade 210 (2.7 g).


Its one of these chubby sticks and you might think its not different then the ones other brands make. But it is! It looks like all the chubby sticks, but its matte and glides on lips like the best lip balm ever. 


The formula of it is so cream and I feel like I'm using a lip balm, even though its bright coral color. It looks completely matte on lips, but it doesn't feel drying! With many matte lip product I feel like they suck all the moisture out of my lips, but with this beauty I don't feel any of it. 

Its so comfortable to wear and it smells so good! It has a strong mint scent and it might bother some beauties, but I'm not one of them. I like everything mint! From the scent to food and drinks :D 

The staying on power is not too bad! It did mostly survived eating and drinking, but I did need to touch it up a bit. 


Overall I'm extremely impressed with it. Its so pigmented and creamy and the color is just stunning! I wish I had picked up more shades from the matte range. 


Have you tried Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm already?



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Review: Covergirl Ready Set Gorgeous Foundation


Hi loves! When I was in the US I picked up more foundations then I'll ever need, because they had shades that matched be better then what they have here. That's how I ended up with Govergirl Ready Set Gorgeous oil free foundation (30 ml). I have it in shade 110 Creamy Natural.


It comes in a squeeze tube packaging, which is partially clear, so you can see the shade of the product. I do like the packaging, because I have more control how much product comes out. Also the packaging is not heavy, which makes it travel friendly.


The foundation itself is not a perfect match for me right now, because when I bought it I was more tan then I'm now. I think during summer it will match me perfectly. 

It blends into the skin seamlessly and easily. I have been applying it with a Real Techniques sponge and it gave me light coverage, so I did reapply it on areas where I wanted more coverage. If this wasn't enough I went over with a concealer. 

It feels light weight on skin and I do like how it makes my skin look. Te foundation doesn't last all day like it claims on the packaging. After 6 hours I do need to do touch ups, but I think it is pretty good lasting power.

Here are 2 picture to show how well it works :) I have used only the foundation.

Before

After

There is a slight scent to it, which is fresh and sweet, but you can only smell it when you put your nose close to the tube. They do claim that its suitable from sensitive skin.


Overall I'm happy with this foundation! It gives a good coverage and lasting power is good as well. I like that the formula is oil free and its not too watery.


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Review: Too Faced Borderline Lip Pencil


Hi beauties! Holiday time is here and I like to wear a lot of red lipstick and to keep it on my lips and not all over my face I use Too Faced Borderline lip pencil (1.2 g, $18).


It comes in a pencil form, which you do need to sharpen. I do prefer twist up pencils, because I'm rubbish at sharpening and also its more comfortable to use. 

It is very easy to use and it works wonderfully! It glides on easily and it does have a silicon feel to it, which I don't mind as long as it works :)

I outline my lips with it and it makes applying my red lipstick or any other kind of bright lip product so much easier. I find when I use it, it doesn't let me go out side of my lips, when applying my lipstick. It also doesn't let the lipstick to bleed and I don't have to worry all night, if I got some of it on the side of my face.


I think its a must have for anyone who likes to wear bright or dark lip colors. I'm so happy I picked it up, because its a life savior! Otherwise it takes forever for me to apply my red lipstick.

If you are interested in it you can find it here.

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Empties: November 2014


Hi beauties! Its time to share with you guys what I have used up in November :) 

This and That:


I used up Kruidvat Professional brush cleanser (200 ml) and I already have a new bottle of this.

I also used up L'Oreal le Manicure Remover (125 ml), which was a good nail polish remover, but I'm not sure if I would buy it again.


I have another product from Kruidvat, that I used up and its their makeup remover wipes. I already have a new pack of these :)

I finished up Oriflame Oxygen Boost Face Blotting Tissues (50 sheets). These do great job and I already have a new pack of these. 


Body:


I managed to use up 2 hand creams and the first one is from Oriflame and its their Milk & Honey Gold Moisturising hand cream (75 ml). It smells so good and kept my hands soft and smooth. I would buy it again in the future. Second hand cream that I used up is Soap & Glory Hand Food (50 ml). I would love to get a new tube of this! It smells super good and made my hands soft :)

Next 2 products are from Avon and the first one is their Silk Stay Shave gel (150 ml). It does a good job and I would buy it again in the future. At the moment I'm trying out a new shaving gel. Second product I used up from Avon is On Duty 48H Roll on Anti-Perspirant deodorant (50 ml). It did want it should do and I would buy it again in the future. 

No empties post would be complete with out a body butter/lotion :) I used Bath & Body Works Country Chic triple moisture body cream (226 g). It smells like a summer in a tube and I would love to get a new one of these beauties! These are not as moisturizing as Body Shop body butters though.

Skincare:


I used up a tester from Lumene and its their Bright Now Visible Repair day cream SPF 15 (2 ml). If I remember correctly its for dry skin, but that didn't stop me from trying it :D It felt good on skin and didn't make my skin feel oily. I would consider getting it this time of the year when my skin is more dry.


I used up another product from Avon and its their Solutions Complete Balance Deep Cleansing Clay Mask (75 ml). Its a great mask for oily skin and it was a life savior this summer. Here is a full review on it.

I also used up Troiareuke A.G.T Hydro gel (50 ml). I used it as a serum and it kept my skin hydrated with out making it oily. I would like to get a new one, but its not available here :(

I have another Oriflame product that I used up and its Ecollagen Wrinkle Correcting Eye Cream (15 ml). I did like it at first, but the more I used it the less I liked it. I felt that it didn't do anything for the fine lines under my eyes. I wouldn't buy it again!

Last skincare item that I used up is from Chanel and its their Le Lift Firming Anti-Wrinkle cream (5 ml). This felt so good on skin and I would consider getting a full size product of this. 

Makeup:


I used up Benefit Gimme Brow in Medium/Deep and I already have new one. Its fantastic product!

Some of my makeup goodies have gone bad and it was time to through them out. First product to go is lip gloss from Max Factor and its their Max Effect Gloss Cube in 08 Vibrant Raspberry. It started to smell of, so it was time to toss it. 

Second product is from MAC and I'm so sad to see it go :( Its their Sheen Supreme Lipglass Tint (2.5 ml). It made me have a weird taste in my mouth.

Last product I'm tossing is from Borne Cosmetics and its their cream shadow in Cocoa Bean. It started to stink :(



These  are all my empties! Hope you liked this post and leave me comment down below :)


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Review: Dead Sea Spa Magik Mud Mask


Hi beauties! I love face masks and I like to do once a day some kind of a mask. Today I'm sharing my thoughts on Dead Sea Spa Magic Mud Mask (75 ml, 9.86 EUR). I picked it up when I was in Estonia, but you can find their products also on Feelunique.com.


It comes in a squeeze tube packaging and you can get out as much as product you want. The packaging is simple and easy to use, also its travel friendly.


The mask looks dark grey and it spreads out easily all over the face. You don't need a lot of product to get all of your face covered with it. 

It removes impurities, refines and softens skin texture, gives a healthy glow to the skin. Also it doesn't have any parabens in it and has allergen-free fragrance. 

The scent it has is fresh and reminds me of sea. If I close my eyes I can imagine I'm by the sea :)

Its meant for normal to oily skin. This fall it has been a real life savior and I used it twice a week. Now I'm using only once a week, because my skin is not as oily. I keep it on 5 minutes and because of that I do it usually in mornings.



I find its a great mud mask and makes my skin softer and smoother with out drying it out. I would like to try other products from the bran. 


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