Make Up Menu #6

Thursday, 2 January 2014

Sorry about the image quality! Post written at 3am. 

Hello Lovelies

So it's another make up menu post. For those of you who are new - Make Up Menu is a lovely list of products I've been using and loving throughout the week - enjoy! 

The first item on the menu, is the gorgeous Becca Beach Tint in Grapefruit - but I'm also mahosive fan of Lychee. They're both natural pink shades. Grapefruit is more of a dusky pink, and Lychee is a brighter pink. They're both so beautiful on your cheeks and I adore them. I know I'll wear them more throughout summer than winter, but it's love!

Next up is the L'Oreal True Match Foundation. I was a bit annoyed by this product at first. I've got a pink undertone, so I went for R1, and R2 - R1 was soo pinky toned, and R2 was a bit too dark, but turns out I match with N1 (Ivory). Now I have the correct shade, I have to say I love this product. It's so natural, with great coverage. This is another product I really like - once my facial eczema is cleared up I'll wear it more.

A balm I've been using this week, is the Moa 'The Green Balm.' This is a 100% natural blah blah blah. Basically, it's a natural healing balm like many others out there. But, I've been using this as a cleanser. It's good for the price - under £10. I don't think it would replace my Cleanse and Polish anytime soon, but for this week it's been good to use. I hasn't irritated my eczema, so for those with normal skin this would be a great cleanser and doesn't have any nasty things in it. It's 50ml which is a decent amount. I'm to keep testing it out for review purposes, but so far it's a great little multipurpose balm. 

Another multipurpose balm for you is the Lanolips 101 Ointment. You may know the name for their much loved Banana Balm for lips or Lemon aid for Lip Aid. I use this for my dry lips and it's lovely. I got it in a beauty box, and it's really thick and moisturising. It's great for any dry patches, but not when it turns to full blown eczema....there is a difference! I've used it on my cuticles and it's done a good job of looking after them. A little goes a long way, and you only need a teeny tiny amount! 

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