Last year, I posted about the Kiko 02 Feisty Saffron Eyeshadow Palette, which was part of Kiko’s limited edition ‘Green Me’ collection. Kiko has released the Green Me collection again this year and included the 02 Feisty Saffron Palette. I thought it would be helpful to flag up my post from last year, in case you are considering purchasing this palette. I thought that this palette was a great smaller and cheaper alternative to Urban Decay’s Naked Heat Palette and Tarte’s Toasted Palette.
Last year’s post included a sneak peek of products I picked up from a recent trip to Kiko. Click here to see the post.
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Urban Decay Thunderbird eyeshadow is one of my favourite shades from the brand and was added to Urban Decay’s line-up of permanent single eyeshadows in 2017.
The tone of this shade makes it a go-to for me whenever I want to create a quick, smokey look. I enjoy combining various colours but sometimes it is just nice to use one or two singles for a look with minimal fuss.
I haven’t seen folk talking about this eyeshadow, so I thought I would put a post together for those of you who love smokey eyes and want an easy way to get them with minimal fuss!
I am a big fan of powder foundations and have been trying out the Kiko Weightless Wet and Dry Powder Foundation for a few months now. I have really being enjoying how light-weight the powder feels, as well as how quick and easy it is to apply to the face. I thought it was time for a post!
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I used the Too Faced Chocolate Gold Eyeshadow Palette (click here to see my post on this palette) to create this quick and easy go-with-anything neutral eye combination. I wore this look with a red lipstick but it would go just as well with nudes, pinks, corals or deeper shades.
Looking for more combination ideas using the Too Faced Chocolate Gold Eyeshadow Palette? Click here to view more looks (you can also see sneak peeks of upcoming looks occasionally on my Instagram page @makeupbysairalee).
I recently purchased the new Too Faced Chocolate Gold Eyeshadow Palette (click here to read more about this product and see photos) and couldn’t wait to try out some of the metallic eyeshadows. This look combines gold, bronze and pink to create a subtle wash of colour across the lids.
Clickhereto see more eyeshadow combinations using the Too Faced Chocolate Gold Eyeshadow Palette! You can also see sneak peeks of upcoming look posts on my Instagram page @makeupbysairalee
I used the Kat Von D Saint and Sinner Palette (click here to read more about this product) to create this quick and easy golden peach combination. I wanted to create something which looked fresh and bright on the eyes, compared to the smokey, sultry blue combination featured in my first Saint and Sinner look post here. I used only one brush (the MAC 239) to create this look as well, keeping things nice and simple.
Click hereto see more eyeshadow combinations using the Kat Von D Saint and Sinner Eyeshadow Palette!
I’ve been reading a lot about Charlotte Tilbury products recently and really fancied trying them out. They are very pricey, though, and so I’ve held off buying any of the individual products. The ‘Instant Look in a Palette’, though, really caught my interest as it contains smaller versions of some of Charlotte Tilbury’s most popular products – all in one handy travel-sized palette.
The palette is intended to give you just as it says in the name – an ‘Instant Look in a Palette: 5 Minute Face on the Go’. This product is designed for women who just want a quick and easy way to look polished and naturally beautiful. So an ‘Instant Look’ and a range of Charlotte Tilbury’s products in one palette – sounds good to me!