My Holy Grail: Makeup

Good morning beauties, today’s post is all about my ‘Holy Grail’ Makeup. What makeup products I absolutely cannot live without and why, I will do them in order e.g. face, eyes, lips, etc. So without further ado…


FoundationMac Studio Fix Fluid – £23.50 – This is literally my number 1 holy grail product, the coverage of this foundation for my skin is 10/10 whilst still feeling light-weight on my face. I don’t break out from this product, the tone matches my skin perfectly and the range of tones in this collection is amazing.

ConcealerL.A. Girl Pro Concealer – £3.75 – Check the price everyone, this is one of the most inexpensive concealers I’ve ever purchased and never looked back! The fact it’s so small but contains so much is great as you can take it anywhere, the ranges of tones is also very large, I use a dark tone and lighter tone to highlight and contour my face. It’s beyond easy to use, I apply straight from the pack.

BlusherMakeup Revolution Ultra Blush Palette Sugar & Spice – £4 – This palette is also so cheap but has many dupes to the famous Anastasia Beverly Hills products. The palette consists of 8 different shades and each can change your look with ease.

HighlighterAnastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in Sun Dipped – £39 – This is the there’s no doubt about it. The price is quite high but for a good quality product it is worth it, however I also use Makeup Revolution Blush Palette in Golden Sugar as a dupe to each highlight. This only costs £6 and does the job.

BronzerMakeup Revolution Baked Bronzer – £4 – I look like a Makeup Revolution fanatic but if it does the job at great prices, what’s not to love right? Now, only apply a small amount to your brush because this is very pigmented and will definitely show with one application.

Setting PowderSACHA Buttercup Setting Powder – £20 – This is one of my top faves for setting powder, it leaves no marks and is super easy to apply and dust off. Also the best thing about is no flash-back when taking pictures. Price wise I would say it’s reasonable, it’s not the cheapest but also not the dearest. It lasts ages so it’s well worth it!

Setting SprayMakeup Revolution Pro Fix Oil – £5 – I was using the NYX setting spray but this is only £5 and is in my local beauty supply store. It feels so refreshing when spraying!


EyelinerMiss Sporty Studio Lash Eyeliner – £2.79 – The precision I can get out of this liner brush is amazing. It’s liquid which gives a better application in my opinion and it leaves a nice look rather than matte.

MascaraKiko Milano False Lashes Concentrate – £7.20 – This is amazing, I have very small and curly lashes so it’s hard to get a mascara that makes my lashes look long but this works wonders.

EyeshadowAnastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette – £41 – This is my go to everyday palette, each colour is so pigmented and comes off so clean. It is quite pricey but it is a great go to palette.



Lip linerBeauty Base – £1-2 – These literally do as they say, beyond cheap and last forever.

LipstickKiko Milano Ultra Glossy Stylo in the colour Pearly Sand – £1.40 – Look at the price!! This is one of my fave lipsticks, it’s not very pigmented at all but gives a nude/glittery look. I top this with my own branded lipgloss.

Lipgloss – MUNV – £5 – This is my own branded lipgloss which I am in love with but I’ve put on hold in creating this until 2018…

That is the end beauties, I hope you enjoyed and if you have any questions about any of the products please let me know. If you have any holy grail products yourselves please let me know…




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