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i’ve worked in lush for 7 months now and i’ve weeded out my fav skin and haircare products. these are the best, please note my opinion is law:

1) ocean salt. scrubs away all that flakey dead skin and makes you smooth and smelling like a cocktail
2) ultrabland. amazing at taking make up off. very moisturising 10/10
3) FULL OF GRACE!!! tried this for the first time last night and it is easily my new all time favourite. leaves you moisturised (a good base for foundation too, it primed my skin so well) and has made my acne go down already, and it smells like sweets
4) new shampoo bar. smells like cinnamon and makes your hair grow
5) sea spray. incredible at volumising and makes you smell like a mermaid. why did i write this post. i’m just having fun

Cheryl Get the look for less | Chopard party in Cannes | 13 May, 2016

NYX Studio Perfect Photo Loving Primer $13

L.A. Girl HD PRO BB Cream $16

MAKE UP FOR EVER Ultra HD Concealer $26

Smashbox Step-By-Step Contour Stick $45

NYX Stay Matte Powder Foundation $9.49

Barry M Brow Kit - £5.99

Bobbi Brown Rich Caramel Eye Palette $49

Barry M Gel Eyeliner| Smooth Application, sharp finish $11

Eyeko Sport Waterproof Eyeliner $30

Huda Beauty Classic False Lashes $20

Showgirl Extra Volumising Mascara  £4.99

Pro Longwear Lip Pencil MAC $24

TRISH MCEVOY Lip color £22

I really wish that I could wear dark eye makeup like Cheryl and please note these are not exact items *PLEASE CREDIT IF YOU USE*

Hair tip:

The best way to add extra volume to your hair is to have a very cute boy muss it up for you. Hey presto! Volumised hair without any work on your part.

Tried and tested: new mascaras

Whether you’re after long lashes or amped up volume, there’s a flurry of new mascaras hitting shelves that will fulfil all your eyelash needs. We look at what’s hot in the world of lash love right now.

Revlon All-In-One mascara – 4.5

It takes a bold brand to discontinue all of its existing mascaras and replace them with a completely new line, and that’s exactly what Revlon recently did. The absolute gem in the fresh Revlon Mascara Collection is the fresh All-In-One mascara, designed to simplify the approach to our lash needs. This product really does it all; volumise, lengthen, define, lift and give a shot of intense colour to boot. All of these boxes are firmly ticked, leaving lashes long and lifted all day. No drop here! Strangely though it doesn’t have as big an impact on bottom lashes, so those after doll-like eyes may need to use a separate product for your lower lash line.

Illamasqua Masquara Gain - 5/5

This mascara has a great spear shaped wand which works to volumise, lengthen and define lashes in one sweeping stroke. Illamasqua also claims that the jet black formula contains an active derived from walnut which gently tints lashes after progressive use. As my lashes are already quite dark, I didn’t notice much difference, but really liked the clump-free and long-lasting formula. For best use, wiggle the brush towards the base of the lash and then use the tip of the applicator to define the lower lashline.

Suqqu Natural Curl - 4/5

Suqqu’s oil-based formula gives you a natural curl while still nourishing lashes so you avoid that brittle feeling you sometimes get from waterproof formulas. It’s jet black which I love, and creates a firm curled eyelash, but it’s not particularly lengthening. The slim wand is perfect for those with shorter eyelashes, and you can really get in the corners and lower lashes with it. I love the conditioning feel it gives my lashes, and the smouldering black colour.

Sisley So Intense Curl Mascara - 4/5

This mascara has a curled wand, which I’ve always been sceptical about, but it actually works in this case. It’s easy to apply, doesn’t clump my lashes together and adds a good amount of length as well as shape. The first time I applied it I wasn’t overwhelmed with the results, but over time I’ve become a big fan and will definitely be using this product on a daily basis, with two coats enough to make my eyes pop.

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Honestly, you could probably measure my stress by how Makara-like my hair gets. Current status: 20% floof.

(As an addition to normal levels of floof, I mean. I’ve never needed volumising shampoo, put it that way).

anonymous asked:

Do you think wearing one mascara for lengthening and another for volumising will make a difference to my 'lashes, than applying only one type of mascara. I've sooo many for lengthening, so I want to buy volumising one's, but unsure of whether I'll notice a difference x

You’ll have to try and see, loads of people do this, but I don’t know how your lashes look so I can’t say x

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Helllloo😊
Vous connaissez la marque bio @biocoiff? Je suis actuellement entrain de tester leur shampoing volumisant aux orties😇. L'odeur dans la bouteille est pas génial mais une fois sous la douche ça sent super bon! (Je suis peut-être la seule à penser ça😂) Ensuite pour l'effet volumisant je ne peux pas encore vous donner mon avis. Sinon le shampoing mousse super bien! #biocoiff#shampoing#shampoo
#beauty#haire#shower#partenariat#blogger#bloggeuse 📷: @eimeon_

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Initial and Developed Designs 1

After creating all my prints I moved on to applying them to my first design. My first technical design choice was a maxi dress with slightly puffy shoulders and a waistband. I was inspired by designer Laura Ashley’s collection in the 70’s as she had a lot of maxi dresses, as well as it being a well-known trend in the 70’s. I noticed that Ashley features a number of sleeves that had added volume to the cuff, therefore I decided to add this to the shoulder as this is a particular style that I like. I was really pleased with this design and felt it linked well to my research and with the volumised sleeves it added to the overall dress. I noticed throughout my research that this was something that a wealthier lady would be likely to wear, for example, housewives.  However, saying that it doesn’t mean no working class women would have chosen this as their choice of attire. I was really pleased with this design, although if I were to do this again I would look to add some darts on the sleeves.

Once I was happy with my design I looked at applying my prints to it. I had thirty dresses and thirty two prints and I did this to start eliminating patterns for particular designs. I added a print the each part of the dress as once they were all covered I could pick out the patterns that stood out to me and also the areas that they worked well in. I then refined these down to five prints before matching them with other parts to create five developed designs. For this design I had my green and purple floral print accompanied with a white waistband. This worked really well as the white waistband matched the background for the flowers which really highlighted them. My inspiration for this print was Judy Chicago, a feminist artist and I felt the concept of feminism worked really well with this maxi dress. I was really happy with this design, although, if I was to try this again I would look at making the waistband purple or green.

My second developed design was my black print with gold rings accompanied by a matching gold waistband. I was inspired for this print by Vivienne Westwood and I felt her style was particularly different which worked well with the idea of combining the different classes and  highlighting my message. I liked this design and felt that it stood out although, I wasn’t sure if it was too dark. If I was to do this design again I would look at adding more sections to the skirt to see how that affected it.

My third developed design was my multi coloured print inspired by Joni Mitchell’s ‘hippie’ style. I contrasted this with my red diamond-like print for the waistband. At first I really liked the contrast, but after a few days I decided that I didn’t like the contrast between the two prints and therefore if I did this design again I would look at adding a single coloured waistband.

My fourth developed design was my Beverly Johnson inspired print accompanied by a peach coloured waistband. This was one of my favourite prints and I felt that it really showed the inequality which was happening in the 70’s. I felt that it linked really well to this dress being predominantly for the upper class and I felt that it brought two different issues together. People who weren’t white in the 70’s were still treated poorly which I found very shocking. This was very different to the way the upper class would have been treated which is why I felt combining the two would be great as it portrays the different class systems coming together.

My fifth developed design was using my green chequered print inspired by my family photos and the colours that I found from my research accompanied by my floral print as the waistband. I liked this combination at first, but after looking at it a few days later I decided that I wasn’t sure on either of the patterns for this design and so if I did this again I would look to possibly changing the colours or even both prints to suit the dress style.

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Messy Bun Top Tips
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Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil. Temperley London AW16

Brand new to Moroccanoil is their dry shampoo, which enriches hair with signature brand style whilst refreshing between washes.

Dry shampoo is ideal for busy women on the go, meaning you don’t need to wash every day, and this luxe version is one of the best we’ve tried as it doesn’t give you that talc-like look. Available in Light and Dark Tones, the innovative formula is tailored to suit your hair type.  Instantly absorbing oil and product build-up, it also contains a UV filter and delish Moroccanoil scent and is volumising to boot.

We’ve been using the dark shade recently, for summery wavy hair and updos, alongside the Moroccanoil Large Barrel Brush for extra volume when blow drying. All Moroccanoil Ceramic Brushes contain properties in the bristles which repel water, speeding up the drying process.  Another great time-saver and hair hack!

For the Alice Temperley AW16 show, Moroccanoil stylists used both the dry shampoo and said brush to create a messy bun. This simple style is also ideal for summer and its popularity is all set to continue through the next hair season.  Think salty, sea air and a quick updo during the warmer months for holidays, festivals and summer weddings.

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Photo Credit:
Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil. Temperley London AW16

Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador talks us through how the look was created:

  • Prep with Moroccanoil Treatment Light on dry hair, enhancing your hair’s natural texture
  • Apply Moroccanoil Root Boost to sections of hair in a zigzag motion downwards from roots to ends, creating an uneven distribution of texture
  • Loosely dry hair using a Moroccanoil Large Barrel Brush, pulling it through to smooth out sections and create a natural look
  • Once dry, mist the whole head of hair with Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo (Dark / Light Tones dependent on hair colour) to create further texture
  • Using a Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Brush, skim the hair unevenly with the tips of the bristles to pull the hair back and create a tight ponytail at the occipital bone. Use fingers to pull through the hair, and back into the ponytail, to create natural  separation
  • Holding the ponytail in place, loop your hair through an elastic twice. On the third twist, pull hair half-way through to create a loose loop
  • Take the ends of the hair, pull these through the centre of the loop and then twist the remaining ends round the base of the bun to cover the elastic. Leave some loose end hanging below, unevenly.

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Dark Tones and Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Light Tones (£14.85 / 205ml)

www.moroccanoil.com


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makeup of the day 💄💋
👉 Face: #younique mineral touch foundation, @collectionlove lasting perfection concealer, @sleekmakeup face form palette (contour, @soapandglory blush & #sleek solstice palette for my highlight 😍
👉 Halo eye: with a sparkly lid using @makeuprevolution foil finish shadow in ‘rose gold’ on the lid & my “fortune favours the brave” palette for the rest of the eyes 👀 mascara: @mallybeauty volumising mascara
👉 lips: @primark nude lip liner with Sleek #matteme lip cream in “petal” on the centre of my lips 💏💋
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Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Messy Bun Top Tips
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Photo Credit:
Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil. Temperley London AW16

Brand new to Moroccanoil is their dry shampoo, which enriches hair with signature brand style whilst refreshing between washes.

Dry shampoo is ideal for busy women on the go, meaning you don’t need to wash every day, and this luxe version is one of the best we’ve tried as it doesn’t give you that talc-like look. Available in Light and Dark Tones, the innovative formula is tailored to suit your hair type.  Instantly absorbing oil and product build-up, it also contains a UV filter and delish Moroccanoil scent and is volumising to boot.

We’ve been using the dark shade recently, for summery wavy hair and updos, alongside the Moroccanoil Large Barrel Brush for extra volume when blow drying. All Moroccanoil Ceramic Brushes contain properties in the bristles which repel water, speeding up the drying process.  Another great time-saver and hair hack!

For the Alice Temperley AW16 show, Moroccanoil stylists used both the dry shampoo and said brush to create a messy bun. This simple style is also ideal for summer and its popularity is all set to continue through the next hair season.  Think salty, sea air and a quick updo during the warmer months for holidays, festivals and summer weddings.

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Photo Credit:
Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil. Temperley London AW16

Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador talks us through how the look was created:

  • Prep with Moroccanoil Treatment Light on dry hair, enhancing your hair’s natural texture
  • Apply Moroccanoil Root Boost to sections of hair in a zigzag motion downwards from roots to ends, creating an uneven distribution of texture
  • Loosely dry hair using a Moroccanoil Large Barrel Brush, pulling it through to smooth out sections and create a natural look
  • Once dry, mist the whole head of hair with Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo (Dark / Light Tones dependent on hair colour) to create further texture
  • Using a Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Brush, skim the hair unevenly with the tips of the bristles to pull the hair back and create a tight ponytail at the occipital bone. Use fingers to pull through the hair, and back into the ponytail, to create natural  separation
  • Holding the ponytail in place, loop your hair through an elastic twice. On the third twist, pull hair half-way through to create a loose loop
  • Take the ends of the hair, pull these through the centre of the loop and then twist the remaining ends round the base of the bun to cover the elastic. Leave some loose end hanging below, unevenly.

Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Dark Tones and Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Light Tones (£14.85 / 205ml)

www.moroccanoil.com


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Zelens Flirt Mascara - Black (9ml) - $60
Lash treatment-meets-mascara with Zelens’ ‘Flirt’ formula; a conditioning, lengthening and volumising cocktail of 22 active ingredients and pitch black pigments to maximise your 'come hither’ potential. Water-resistant, this cutting-edge creation has phenomenal staying power (no flaking or migrating), to grant full-on fringes that stay fl-utterly fabulous come rain, sweat or persistent eye-water. Starring pentapeptide - renowned for its ability to stimulate keratin genes and in turn, encourage lash growth (by as much as 25% in two weeks!) - alongside soy protein and an amino-acid complex, to nourish, condition and minimise breakage, this unique treatment protects and stimulates each strand from root to tip. Vitamin B complex, zinc, ginseng and burdock then collaborate to strengthen each individual lash and fortify hair follicles, to keep your natural lashes looking long, strong and lustrous.

Rimmel London Volume Colourist Mascara and Colour Precise Liners - A Beauty Feature

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New Volume Colourist Mascara is Rimmel’s first-ever mascara that instantly volumises the lash with jet black impact, makes bare lashes darker


A Beauty Feature’s insight: Feel naked without mascara? Don’t be scared to go bare! Rimmel’s revolutionary new mascara reveals more lashes… even when you’re NOT wearing it! New Volume Colourist Mascara is Rimmel’s first-ever mascara that instantly volumises the lash with jet black impact and gradually over time, makes bare lashes darker. Open your eyes to darker, sexier, more noticeable lashes! Impromptu weekend plans… unscheduled sleepovers… we all have times when we wish we were mascara-ready. Bare lashes can lack eye-framing definition, as they tend to be fairer at the tips, appearing shorter, less visible and lacklustre. Thankfully, Volume Colourist Mascara spells the end of dull, invisible, make-up-free lashes. Its semi-permanent lash-tint complex progressively blackens bare lashes every time you wear it so that, from 2 weeks onwards of regular usage, your naked lashes look darker from root to tip. Your beautiful bare lashes are more visible, appear longer and have more impact because they’re blacker to their very ends.
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I did a thing and it is an accident and i love it. Why does NONE of the colours ive used yet come out right?!?!?!?! This is the best mistake. Keeping it around.

Brite organix “lavender” on top and brite organix “pink” on bottom. Love.

Also all this bleach has made my hair so fluffy and volumised. It is from extensive damage but im taking it. Yeaaah this is awesome

Rimmel London Volume Colourist Mascara and Colour Precise Liners

Rimmel London Volume Colourist Mascara and Colour Precise Liners

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Feel naked without mascara? Don’t be scared to go bare! Rimmel’s revolutionary new mascara reveals more lashes… even when you’re NOT wearing it! New Volume Colourist Mascara is Rimmel’s first-ever mascara that instantly volumises the lash with jet black impact and gradually over time, makes bare lashes darker. Open your eyes to darker, sexier, more noticeable lashes! Impromptu weekend plans……

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