Wednesday, 27 July 2011


So i've wanted to try this blush out for donkeys years, just never get round to purchasing it.
I've always liked the dream matte mousse foundation, cos i felt it made your skin look so flawless without that cakeyness feeling to your skin.
So i went into my local Boots store, and i wasnt planning on buying it but i saw it and it was on offer, i think at full price it sells for £4.49 or something close, and i payed £3.99 so i had to buy it.

I bought it in the shade peach satin. which is a gorgeous colour. it is very sheer so it is very buildable and it is so easy to blend.

What is Maybelline dream matte mousse blush: An Air-soft formula which provides luminous, long-lasting color on cheeks. Glides on smoothly and blends easily for seamless color and a natural, radiant finish. Air-whipped mousse delivers satin-soft feel on skin. Long-wearing formula will not clog pores. This is straight from the Maybelline website.

OK, so heres some points why i love this product:

This provides the people with oily skin the feel and ease of a cream blusher without the creaminess and greasiness. These are silky but not at all greasy.

The amount of pigmentation is just right for my fair skin, so it looks very subtle (yes even with the shimmers) but it can be built upon for heavy coverage.

It being a small pot, im pretty sure the lasting expectantcy will be great as u only need a tiny bit on the end of your fingertip.

Very cheap for the product quality. I would definitely pay more for such a product

Maybelline dream matte mousse blends seamlessly into skin giving a very subtle glowy finish, that’s nothing but natural

The product has silicones which prevents caking and also imparts the velvety texture. It also has jojoba oil as one of its main ingredients.

I really do recommend this blush, especially if you are just starting in makeup and really want to try it out. you will pleasantly suprised : D


I would love to hear your feedback aswell.
kthnx xx

Thursday, 14 July 2011

New HAIR!!

Yuu Liike :Dxx

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Hair reconstruction.

So i had my hair cut today and my stylist pointed out a lot of things that are damaging my hair.
probably because i dye it way too much.
I sticked with the same style as i always have.

  • same length
  • long layers at the bottom
  • short choppy layers at the top
  • and a side swept fringe/bangs
But when i had my haircut and styled i noticed that my hair is patchy as anything. its like multi-toned.
from like red to black and theres some ginger in there too.
it looks awful.

So i decided a couple of weeks ago anyway that i wanted to dye my hair pink.
not normal hot pink that most girls want to do, yanno that style rhianna is posing about in right now, you know the one.,..THAT EVERYBODY HAS.
But if you imagine a stick of candy floss, well imagine that on my head! : D
Im using La Riche Directions Semi-Permanent hair dye in Carnation Pink.
The pots only holds 88ml of product, so i bought two tubs, but probs gonna need more as im doing the whole head.
but im going to need more pots anyway because i need to dye my clip in extensions too.

Oh and btw, can anyone give me any tips on how to bleach your hair?? or any links to any videos on youtube for a tutorial.
i have the bleach but it always burns my head, is this the process or do i just have a sensitive scalp.
any tips are very much appreciated!
cheers chickens


Monday, 4 July 2011


I have had a blogspot account before, but now i have gotten into makeup and beauty i set this account up to be dedicated directly towards exactly that.
So nothing about me, my life or boring stuff like that.
Just one thing that every girl loves.

My blog will be based on HAULS, REVIEWS.
and probs links to my youtube channel, which will probably be changed soon too.
as i need a new camera cos my video quality is a bit pants TBH.

So yeaa....