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Make up :)

So, make up :)

We have a Rimmel London Stand where i work, so i get a slight discount of some items :)



i was using the Rimmel 16 hour foundation in shade 200 beige but, with this very sad winter we've been having, i've gone really pale and had to get a shade 100 ivory :O i bought it in the new stay matte rimmel foundation and at the moment i'm not that impressed, it doesn't give as much coverage as i'd like. £4.49 for me

Next, i got a Rimmel Metallic Cream Shadow innumber 51 SOHO which is a light pink, i already have it in 71 KENSINGTON which is a silver glitter colour :) It works as a good base :) £2.49 for me

Then, i got a Rimmel Special Eyes Duo Shadow in 383 BUDDING STAR which has a shimmery white shadow and a matte pale green :)£???

NOW, even more of a bargain than my staff discount = poundland!!!



The other day, ***Sprinkleofglitter*** did a post about this. ( i was going to link her blog, but bloggers telling me it's gone???) i thought it was crazy but as me and my friend were passing poundland on the way to the bus stop we thought we'd have a look. So, all of this cost £3!!!

Maybelline dream mousse eyecolor 07 divine lilac

Revlon Colorstay eyeshadow in 99 Charcoal

Almay powder light/medium 200 ( i think this is an American brand - i've heard about it on youtube videos)



how impressive is that ;)

Then, a few people have been raving about the Primark foundation/concealer brush but, i didn't really need one so, i thought i'd try the blush brush. it looks nice and pink but i don't think its really firm enough for a good application.



xxxx

Tasha

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  1. How does the Rimmel Foundation work on you? Does it really stay matte?


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  2. Yes actually, the foundation does stay matte for now. We'll see how it copes with the hot weather :) it just doesn't give much coverage.

    Nice blog :)

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