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The stay in place base face

If you follow me on Twitter then you might be aware that I recently had a regular Supporting Artist role on a TV show. I'm afraid I can't give you any details at all but I will let you know on Twitter when the show in question will be making an appearance on TV. It wasn't the furthest I've travelled to work on a shoot, this one was just an hour each way, but with a standard working day on set approaching 11 hours it does make for quite a long day. When I'm applying my make-up at around 6am and will probably still be on set 12 hours later I need products that are going to stick around for as long as possible. So I thought I'd do a post showing you the base products I used. I'm not saying these products would work for you and that you should rush out and buy them all, but they have worked for me. 

The stay in place base face
The stay in place base face

As the first product I'll start with let's start with the primer. I know many people still haven't found THE primer that has convinced then that primers actually do something (I was the same for a long time) but if you want your make-up to stay in place for as long as possible you do really need to use a primer. I won't talk about this too much as I've posted about it very recently, but the primer I used was the Dermalogica Redness Relief primer. I certainly didn't need the SPF protection this provides as all filming was inside, but the redness relief part certainly comes in handy if you suffer with redness and know you're going to be appearing on camera. 

I then followed this with my favourite foundation, the one I turn to when I need to look my best or need my base to stick around as long as possible, the YSL Fusion Ink foundation. This actually nearly ran out while I was filming and I panicked a little because I couldn't actually afford to replace it at the time (it's £32). I managed to make it last though and recently I was having such a bad week my boyfriend decided to treat me to a repurchase. I'm now on my third bottle. 

This has a light serum like texture to it but despite being so light it provides great coverage but also lets my skin shine through, providing a natural skin like finish, but perfected. The dispenser on this is one of those stick things that you use to dab/swipe it onto your face, but I actually quite like it. The only thing I don't like is just how messy it gets around the top, but now I'm settled in one place and not having to travel so much hopefully it won't get so messy from slopping around in a bag. 

The stay in place base face

Although I used the Redness Relief primer and the coverage provided by the Fusion Ink foundation is very good, I do still have to go in with a concealer to tackle the last of any redness, scaring and dark circles showing through. I haven't photographed it but I should say I also used the Pixi corrector to try and neutralise my dark circles as much as possible before going in with concealer. The concealer I used is the NARS Creamy concealer, which is also starting to run out and as you can see in the picture I'm having to start scraping round the tube. This does a pretty good job of covering scaring and redness, but does struggle a little with my dark circles. However, I haven't yet tried a product that has been able to fully conceal my horrendous and apparently going nowhere dark circles. 

In general I have dry skin, I only really tend to get an oily chin when I apply make-up over it, but I do like to use a setting powder to try and help my make-up stay in place and because I much prefer a matte base. Loose powders can be a bit of a faff and very messy if you're not careful, but I used the Vichy Dermablend setting powder. I never really know what to say about setting powders, it just did the job!

The stay in place base face

After using a setting powder it might seem a bit overkill to then use a fixing spray, which is basically just a powder suspended in water, but we're talking about needing my make-up to last 12 hours, so I followed up with the L'Oreal Infallible Fixing mist. In general I didn't need to bother touching up my make-up come lunch break (and the on set catering on this show is amazing!) and when I finally got home it still looked pretty good. 

Because I didn't want to spend too much time doing my make-up at 6am and because the role didn't call for anything fancy in any way the only other products I used were an Illamasqua blush and They're Real mascara. Both of which are pretty good at sticking around too!

What products do you use when you need your face to stay in place?

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The Body Shop Vitamin E Essence lotion

You've probably heard me mention before that despite having dry skin it much prefers lighter, easier to absorb products over thicker, heavier ones. As a hydrating serum is one of my favourite types of products to use I was very curious when I first heard about essence lotions. Essence lotions originate from Korea (the home of the 10-step skincare routine, which isn't actually as excessive as it sounds) and should be used after cleansing and toning and before serums and moisturisers. They're thinner than a serum and are designed to provide a extra layer of moisturisation and to help enhance the performance of further products applied over the top. 

I was keen to try and essence lotion and wanted to try one from The Body Shop. When I discovered one had been launched within the Vitamin E range (one of my favourite ranges) and that it was very reasonably priced that was my decision made. 

The Body Shop Vitamin E Essence lotion

As this is a relatively new product to The Body Shop it comes in their brand new packaging, which I believe has been extended to all products now, and which I really like. You unscrew the lid and luckily find a small hole to dispense the product through. I'm not sure whether the idea is for it to drip out, but if that is the case it doesn't quite work. I just tip up the bottle against my finger tips and the product flows out quite slowly so it's easy to control. I believe you're possibly supposed to dispense it into the palm of your hand before rubbing your palms together and then patting onto the face, but I tend to just use my fingertips to rub it onto my face as I do with all my other products. 

My skin loves The Body Shop's Vitamin E range and loves this product just as much as the others I've tried. If you suffer from dry or sensitive skin or your skin is just playing up a little this is the perfect range to help calm and provide moisturisation. As well as vitamin E it also contains wheatgerm oil, hyaluronic acid, aloe vera and the second ingredient is glycerin, which is the stuff that people have claimed makes the Nivea Men aftershave balm such a good make-up primer. 

This is £9.50, which I think is more than I paid for it when I first got my hands on it, but this is the cheapest essence lotion they offer and it's definitely worth the price. You can pick this up from The Body Shop stores or online

Have you tried an Essence lotion? 

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The Original Konjac Sponge from The Konjac Sponge Co

Konjac sponges are one of those things that I've always been curious about but have never actually got round to giving one a try. When I saw that The Konjac Sponge Co were part of the Bloggers Hangout I thought I'd pop over my details to see if they might be interested in working with me, not really expecting them to want to! However they did and they kindly sent me The Original Konjac Puff sponge* to try.

The Original Konjac Puff sponge

There are several different types of sponges available, including ones for your baby and even one to use on your dog, but as this is my first time trying one out I decided to start with the original sponge for all skin types. Other types of sponge available include bamboo clay for oily and acne prone skin, French red clay for dry, damaged and mature skin and chamomile for irritated skin. Konjac is made from 100% natural vegetable fibres from the Konnyaku, a perennial plant native to Asia. Konjac contains 97% water, is rich in minerals, low in calories and is PH neutral to leave skin perfectly balanced. The Konjac sponge is free from colourants, chemicals, additives and irritants and is 100% biodegradable. 

The Original Konjac Puff sponge

Maybe taking pictures of a white sponge on a white tray wasn't such a good idea!

When you remove the sponge from the packaging it's hard and you should never attempt to use it on your face like this. You need to rinse the sponge under water, just like you would a make-up sponge (but use warm rather than cold water) and it will soften and swell up. You then massage the sponge around the face in circular motions. You can use the sponge on its own or you can add a cleanser. After use you rinse the sponge well and squeeze out any excess water (don't twist or wring as this can damage the sponge) and then hang it up to dry using the string attached. You can place the sponge somewhere to dry but it's probably more hygienic to hang it up if possible. It will then gradually dry and return to its original hard state. 

The Original Konjac Puff sponge

I first used this after just having removed my make-up after a long day on set (10 hours if I remember correctly plus a two hour round drive) and oh my word it felt amazing! I like to rinse it until the sponge feels nice and warm, not hot as such, and then massage it around my face until it cools right down. My skin feels amazing after use and although I don't think it's quite a good as my Foreo Luna Play at clearing out any congestion on my chin it does a pretty good job. I've been completely breakout free on my chin for a while now (touch wood!), even around that time of the month, and this has continued while I have been using this.

The Konjac sponge can remove water based make-up but to be honest I wouldn't use it to remove make-up as the sponge will become dirty. I'd much rather use it as a second cleanse to really give my skin a good clean. As long as the sponge is cared for correctly this can last up to three months, which I think is pretty good for just £8.99. You dispose of the sponge when it appears damaged or worn and as it's biodegradable it can be composted. I've really enjoyed using the Konjac sponge and I'd definitely recommend giving one a try if you haven't tried one before.

You can buy a Konjac Sponge to try for yourself over on the Konjac Sponge Company website.

Have you tried a Konjac Sponge before?

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Dermalogica Redness Relief primer

I love leaving comments on other people's posts anyway but something that I have noticed is that PR's do read the comments and on a couple of occasions now the PR has then contacted me to ask if I'd like to review a product. On this occasion I commented on a post about the Dermalogica Hydrablur primer saying I'd really like to try the Redness Relief* primer. I was then contacted by Dermalogica asking if they could send me the primer to try. 

Dermalogica Redness Relief primer
Dermalogica Redness Relief primer

The Dermalogica Redness Relief primer* comes in a long thin tube with a screw off lid and when I first tipped this out of the cardboard packaging I was confused by a little bit of plastic that fell out with it. After staring at it for a few seconds I realised it's one of those tools for pushing all of the product out of a tube. What a fab idea and I'm hoping it's large enough for me to be able to use with other products once I've got through this. The tube has a small, precise nozzle for dispensing the product, although you do have to be careful if you're pushing up from the bottom of the tube as you can suddenly end up with a green worm of product appearing. 

The best way to try and describe the colour and consistency of this product would be to compare it to wasabi, it looks just like it! If you're not a fan of sushi you might not have comes across this but it's basically a green paste that can blow your head off a little if you're not careful as it tastes like horseradish. You mix wasabi with soy sauce and then dip your sushi in it. The primer comes out quite thick, but as soon as your start applying it the paste melts down and spreads easily.

Dermalogica Redness Relief primer
Dermalogica Redness Relief primer

When I first received this I didn't realise it was a silicone based primer. I've never been a fan of silicone primers, that's why I'm not a fan of Porefessional, however I do like this one. I find Porefessional difficult to apply as it just seems to disappear into my skin straight away so I can't spread it very far, but the Redness Relief primer isn't like that at all. Silicone primers are probably not the best thing to use on dry skin as they can be drying, but this does contain oat extracts and oat kernel oil to help soothe and condition the skin and I haven't noticed my skin drying out while using this. 

When I first apply this it doesn't appear to make a huge difference to my redness, although it definitely helps to balance things out a little, but when I do see the difference is when I then apply my foundation over the top. It also provides an amazing base for my foundation making it glide on very smoothly. Once I have this and my base on I don't have to use as much concealer over my red bits. 

While it doesn't appear to make a drastic difference to my redness it does help improve it and in general is a very nice primer to use under make-up. Another bonus for me is that it contains SPF of 20, so unless I'm going to be spending a long period of time outside, when I would then use a separate higher SPF, I know my face is protected without me having to apply a separate product.

The Dermalogical Redness Relief primer is £38.40 and is available from the Dermalogica website.

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The Body Shop Tea Tree 3-in-1 Wash.Scrub.Mask

It's not very often I'm disappointed by a product from The Body Shop, but the Tea Tree 3-in-1 Wash.Scrub.Mask is definitely one of them. I decided to try this because based on what I had read about it so far I thought it might be similar to REN's ClearCalm 3 clay cleanser, which I love, but haven't repurchased because it's a little expensive for me right now. As this is only £8 and I had a £5 Love Your Body voucher it was a bit of a no brainer to give it a go.

The Body Shop Tea Tree 3-in-1 Wash.Scrub.Mask

I've suffered with acne on my chin for years and although I haven't used it more recently, because I've turned to French pharmacy skincare products, something I always did use to help reduce the scaring is tea tree oil. The Body Shop have recently repackaged the little bottle of tea tree oil they sell (I do have one of the old bottles somewhere that will definitely need chucking by now!) and along with it have released a few new products, one of which is the Wash.Scrub.Mask.  

One of the main reasons I'm disappointed with this is because I can't see how it can be 3-in-1 as I don't believe you can distinguish between the wash and the scrub. It's a manual rather than chemical exfoliant, so it does contain scrubby bits (and reasonably rough scrubby bits) and I don't understand how you can use it as a wash without the scrubby bits doing their thing. For the wash the instructions say to 'apply to wet face, rinse off' and for the scrub 'massage gently onto wet skin, rinse off'. How can you 'apply to wet face' without massaging or at least just spreading it around to 'wash' the face. Am I missing something?

Also I find this really quite, let's say 'tingly', almost verging on stinging. I do have sensitive skin that can react quite easily to some things but as I mentioned above I have used tea tree a lot in the past. Because it's almost uncomfortable to use just as a wash/scrub I'm not happy to try using it as a mask because I think leaving it on my skin for any length of time might result in a reaction. 

So in general I'm basically left with a scrub. As I now tend to use chemical exfoliation over manual and already have several manual exfoliants to use up I feel like this product is a bit of a waste for me and I'm thinking I might just pass it on to somebody else who might benefit from it more. 

Will you be giving this a try?

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Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in

When I spotted on Instagram that the August Birchbox was actually a bag, and a very cool one made of scuba material with a neon coloured zip and zip pull, I was very excited to receive it. Every subscriber will receive a dove grey colour bag but the zip will then either be Coral Reef, Blue Fin, Yellowtail or Pink Pufferfish. I was holding out for a pink or blue one but actually the coral one I've received is lovely. 

Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in
Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in
Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in

The first product I noticed rolling around in my bag was the Philip Kingsley One More Day hairspray. I'm still yet to force myself to embrace dry shampoos, despite the oily hair I've been blighted with all my life, and have about four different ones already waiting to be used. So another dry shampoo was not a hugely welcome sight for me but I would imagine most people will be pleased of the opportunity to try another one, unless they've already tried it of course. I will obviously give this a try just in case it is the one that convinces me that dry shampooed hair can be anywhere near freshly washed hair.

The next product to catch my eye was the Anatomicals The Buff Stuff citrus body scrub. I won't go into why, because I think it's a little unprofessional, but I decided last year that I would no longer use Anatomicals products and don't buy them or accept them as samples. I'm not sure if I will use this or not, but if I don't I will pass it on so it doesn't go to waste. 

Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in

Next I found a Merci Handy Antibacterial hand cleansing gel in the scent New Wave. Antibacterial gel is not the most exciting product to receive but it is one of those that makes you think 'Oh that will be really handy to drop in my handbag'. I've never heard of Merci Handy before but they appear to be French (merci is a little bit of a giveaway isn't it really!). I don't know what other scents are available but New Wave has a fresh scent to it.

Next I was pleased to see a balance Me sample. Unfortunately for me it's the Radiance face mask, which I really wanted to try when I first discovered balance Me as a brand, but I'm unable to use  it because it contains lavender. I will be passing this on to somebody else to try out.

Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in
Birchbox August 2016 - Dive in

In the bottom of the bag I found a mini Marcelle Waterproof eye liner in Mulberry. This is apparently a Birchbox exclusive and I believe you did get the chance to choose which shade you wanted in your box bag, with the choices being Mulberry or Expresso. I have a couple of purple kohl eye liners now but it's really a nice purple liquid liner that I want to find. I've swatched this on my hand so far and it actually looks really dark, almost black, so I'll see how this looks when I get it on my eyes.

Finally, a little extra this month is a sample of an English Laundry perfume. I'm not sure what the name of this is as it just says English Laundry Pour Femme, so maybe that is the name. As you may know I'm not a fan of teeny perfume samples in beauty boxes, but as it's an extra rather than one of my samples I'm not too bothered. I didn't think this would be my sort of thing but actually it smells really nice. 

Although I do really like the bag it's not an amazing Birchbox Birchbag for me this month, but that's just personal preference. You can't please everybody and it's just the luck of the draw that I've received a product I can't use, one I'm not sure I want to use and one I've already got loads of. I will definitely be making use of the bag though. I think this will be a popular month for other people. If you do like the look of this months box bag you can sign up to Birchbox here

What do you think of the August Birchbox? 


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A few from Avène

The disruption to blogging from moving house means once I was sorted I realised I have several Avène products that I've been sent at different times that still need reviewing. So I thought I'd put them together to make a little combined Avène post. I've tried several products from Avène now and they're a brand that has always managed to impress me. Their Hydrance Optimale Hydrating serum is still my favourite hydrating serum to use. 

Avène products

The first product I'll talk is about is actually the one I've received most recently and is the Hydrance Optimale Hydrating Skin Tone Perfector*. I'm usually more of a higher coverage girl but in the summer when we do actually get some warm weather and wearing make-up is the last thing you want to do I do try to embrace lighter coverage and tinted moisturisers. This one is for normal to combination, dehydrated and sensitive skin and provides an SPF level of 30. As with all Avène products it contains Avène Thermal spring water to hydrate the skin as you wear it. 

Although I have the light shade I have found this too dark for my pale skin and it does make it obvious that I'm wearing something as it is a little on the orange side. This is sheer coverage, so I do need to use concealer to try and hide redness, dark circles, scaring etc, but it does help to even out my complexion, it's just too dark for me. 

I was a little cautious about accepting the Mousse Cleansing foam* because I have had a bad experience with my dry skin and a cleansing foam before. But I do trust Avène, so I thought I'd give it a try. This one is for normal to combinations, sensitive and oily skin, but despite my skin being dry I haven't had a problem with it. I did avoid using this when my skin was quite dry when the weather was cooler in case it made things worse, but since the weather has warmed up I've been using it daily. Again this contains Avène's Thermal spring water to provide moisturisation. 

I like that this feels like a rich foam, it doesn't feel like it's just full of air. I apply to dry skin, massage around a little and then rinse off with a few splashes of water. I find this quite a light cleanser so I think it's perfect for a morning cleanse. Because it's quite light I wouldn't try and remove make-up with it and for me it's not really a second cleanse product either as I don't think it would get right in there to get all the rubbish out. I really like this and would consider purchasing it for my morning cleanser. 

Finally there's the TriAcnéal Expert Emulsion*. I've previously tried the Clearance Expert Emulsion, which is designed to help prevent and treat acne, and when I mentioned scaring in my post on that one Avène contacted me and asked if I'd like to try the TriAcnéal Expert Emulsion. This one also helps to prevent and treat acne, but with the addition of Retinaldehyde, which helps reduce residual marks while providing anti-ageing benefits. 

As I've had a lot on my mind recently with moving I haven't really paid a huge amount of attention to monitoring how long any breakouts I've had have taken to fade away. But my chin is currently looking pretty good and when I did move the stress triggered off a pretty bad breakout that took some tackling. So I'd say this works pretty well.

Have you tried anything from Avène?

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Instagram round-up July 2016

This month I felt I lost my way slightly with my Instagram photos at one point and I wasn't quite as pleased with them as I was in June. However I've pulled it back again towards the end of the month and I'm pleased to see I'm still gaining around 100 new followers a month. I kind of set myself an unofficial target to try and hit 1000 followers by the end of the year and I'm well on the way to smashing through that target if I keep going as I am. I'm really pleased I've managed to improve so much considering I only gained 112 followers through the whole of 2015. 

Instagram round-up July 2016

T:L This was the month that I spotted Soap & Glory were releasing some new blushes and I instantly fell in love with the look of them. I originally wanted all three shades but when I headed down to my local Boots I decided just one would do and Cheeky Pink came home with me.

T:M There's several flower/plant based favourites this month. One night in July my boyfriend turned up on my doorstep with some beautiful sunflowers for me. I've always been a fan of sunflowers and can never get over just how massive their flowers are.

T:R I never do anything with my brows apart from pluck them but I recently picked up a couple of magazine samples of two of Benefit's new brow products; Gimme Brow and Ready, Set, Brow! I've only tried Gimme Brow so far but I'm really impressed.

M:L One day my housemate found an abandoned delivery by his car. It was soaking wet because it was raining and had no address on it. I put it in the house to keep dry and after not being able to find anybody on the street who was expecting it I kept it. Inside was a beautiful M&S orchid (worth about £40!). 

M:M Back at the end of 2015 I won a £100 River Island card. Although I have bought a skirt with it I've been struggling to spend the rest. Last week I popped in and a T shirt caught my eye. It's just a simple plain white loose T but the combination of diamante's and a sugar skull was a winner for me.

M:R My new house is a terrace, so it's quite small already, and unfortunately each room has a blocked off fireplace taking up space I'd prefer to have use of. I decided to try and make the best of it in my room by making a little cacti/succulent display and I'm really pleased with it.

B:L I wasn't intending to pick up any of the new Maybelline liquid lipsticks, but after swatching a few out of curiosity I really liked the look of Berry Boost. I like the colour and how easy it is to apply but I'm disappointed it doesn't dry down considering it is called a matte product. 

B:M In Sainsburys recently I saw an outdoor plant that really caught my eye as it had unusual and very pretty purple flowers (cameras turn them pink!) and dark leaves. The scientific name of this is Celosia but it's generic name is Cock's Comb *sniggers*

B:R Last Friday was National Lipstick Day and as my current favourite type of lip product is a liquid lipstick I posted a picture of a couple. My current favourite is the Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet's, although I haven't tried many at all.

Last month I didn't recommend any accounts to follow because I did two months in one, so it was quite a long post. This month I thought I'd treat you to some sweet treat accounts. For all sorts of baking and desserts you need @bakingamoment, for amazingly decorated biscuits you need @hol_fox and for pretty and pastel edible treats galore you need @sweetbakeshop.

Are there any Instagram accounts you think I should be following?

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Natural Collection products

Natural Collection are a brand that have been around for many years, over 25 to be exact. I think they may well have been one of the first brands I looked to when I first started wearing make-up for my dancing shows. There were certain products we needed to have for our show make-up, including blue eye shadow, black eye liner and red lipstick, and my 'show lipstick' for many years was from Natural Collection.

I have to admit that I probably haven't considered Natural Collection products for a good few years now as my make-up tastes have changed and evolved. I was recently contacted by Boots to see if I'd like to try out a Natural Collection beauty box* containing a few of their products. Remembering that red lipstick I agreed.

Natural Collection products

The first box I received contained some of their base products; including the Tinted moisturiser in natural, Pressed powder in warm, SunTint Bronzing powder in Golden Glow and Blushed Cheeks in Pink cloud. Due to these arriving not long before I moved there was quite a delay in me being able to try any of these products. Before I'd been able to give them a try mum let me know that a box of 'natural products' had arrived and she forwarded on to me a second box. This one contained the WaterGuard mascara, Tinted lip balm in Carribean Crush, Nail color in Hibiscus and also a concealer, but unfortunately this didn't make it to me in one piece. 

As I had all of these new products together I decided to try out a Natural Collection 'full face', not including the nail varnish in the face part of course (not a good look!).

Natural Collection products
Natural Collection products

Starting with the product you would naturally start with the tinted moisturiser is probably one that's best to apply with your fingers, just like a standard moisturiser. This does provide a little coverage to even things out slightly, but it's very sheer, so if you have anything you actually want to cover you'll need to follow up with a concealer. As I mentioned the Natural Collection concealer unfortunately didn't make it to me in one piece (the bullet fell out and got squished) so I couldn't give this a try. 

The blusher provides a pretty flush of colour and is easy to apply and blend and there's not a lot to say about the powder really, it does the job. I'm not really a bronzer person because I am pretty pale and my application skills aren't amazing, so I'm always worried I'll end up looking silly with a streaky brown face. I did give the bronzer a try though and was quite pleased with the result. It doesn't appear orange or too dark (although it does look quite dark in the pan) and gave me a subtle bronzed look. 

Natural Collection products

The mascara comes with a natural bristle brush and provides some length and a little volume. There's no dramatic, approaching false lashes look but it's a nice natural looking mascara for enhancing what you have. The lip balm I would actually call more of a gloss, but there's no stickiness to it. The colour looks pretty in the tube but is a bit irrelevant as it doesn't really transfer to the lips at all. 

Finally the nail varnish is a very pretty shade that I've popped on my toes as I can't currently paint my nails due to filming commitment. It comes with a pretty standard brush, not too thin or thick, applies well and dries reasonably quickly.

In general Natural Collection is a very good budget brand. This is the sort of brand you might want to turn to if you're just starting out with make-up or if you're on a tight budget and want products that perform well for just £1.99 each.  

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