Chanel Universel Bronzer £30
Okay I know, I know there are hundreds of reviews on this product but I have had not such a good experience with this product. 
When I first applied this I loved it, it left my skin looking as if I had been in the sun for a few days, with sunkissed and glowing skin. After wearing it for a for a week I started to have a few breakouts, which I just thought was normal. After this went on for a couple of weeks, I decided to overview my makeup bag and new products I had been using, to see what had been causing the breakouts and unfortunately it was this product. I love the way my skin looked when I applied this, but now i'm too scared to use it because of how badly it broke me out.

Has this happened to anyone else who has used this product? 



These are the brushes that I use everyday, I keep my brushes in a old strawberry jar which I cleaned out and added some ribbons too, which looks super cute. 
Here are my face brushes and as you can tell i'm a little bit of a Real Technique brush lover! (As is everyone) They apply makeup so lovely, are affordable and clean so easily. Also I absolutely adore watching pixiwoo makeup videos! 
Starting from the left, the first brush is a Real Techniques powder brush which I use to apply my bronzer, I love to have a big fluffy brush to give me a sun kissed glow and with this brush it makes that really easy to achieve. Next is a Real Techniques blush brush which I use to set my my makeup with powder, then I have my Real Techniques stippling brush which I use to apply my creme blusher. For foundation I either use a Real Techniques expert face brush, for when I use a powder foundation or the last brush in the row which is a Real Techniques foundation brush which I use when using a liquid foundation. Lastly the brush I use to blend my concealer under my eyes is a Real Techniques setting brush
These are the brushes which I use everyday for my eyes. Starting at the top I use a Topshop angled brush for my eyebrows as I use eyeshadow to fill in my brows, as it looks so natural. Next is a Urban Decay shadow brush which I use to apply my base shadow colour to my lid, then I use a Real Techniques shading brush in my crease to add definition to my eye. Next is a Benefit fluff shadow brush which I use to blend my eyeshadow. Lastly is Maybelline brush which comes with a gel liner and I use this to type line my eyes. 

So here are all the brushes I use everyday. What brush brand is your favourite?




After reading many reviews about Glossybox and Birchbox, I still don't know which one to subscribe too! Both £10(p+p) a month and both have a fabulous selection of products each month. So which one should I choose? Thats for you to answer. Please leave me a comment telling me which is your favourite and which one I should subscribe too, it would be much appreciated! 



Macadamia Natural Oil 125ml (£29.95)
I have seen so many reviews on Moroccan oil(which surprisingly I have never tried) but not many on Macadamia Natural oil. After dying my hair blonde to brown, blonde to brown many times, my hair isn't in as good of condition as it could be(to say the least). My hairdresser gave me a sample of this oil and after applying it to the tips of my hair I was amazed at how soft my hair was! So I went online to see where I could purchase it. After looking at the website I was put of buy the price tag- £29.95 for a 125ml bottle. Then I came across a bottle on amazon for £9(bargain)so I ordered it. It came later that week and I was shocked at why it was so cheap as there was nothing at all wrong with it. 

The oil smells divine, I like to apply it to the tips of freshly washed hair which is still slightly damp as I feel this gives the best result. This oil is lovely it leaves my hair feeling and looking soft and makes the few split ends I have unnoticeable. 

Even though I like the Macadamia Natural Oil I feel there is products that are just as good without the hefty price tag. Therefore I am going to try out the Moroccan Oil and other brands before I think about repurchasing. 


My everyday makeup for school is pretty simple, as it needs to be quick(especially as i'm usually late). On the weekends I opt for a smokey eye, which I will show you in a future post.

For my base for everyday, I use Bare minerals original foundation, even though I like this foundation and it suits my combination skin, i'm not totally in love with it. Therefore i'm on the look out for a new foundation so any recommendations would be appreciated! I then use Rimmel wake me up concealer for under my eyes and Collection 2000 lasting perfection concealer(which every women and daughter has) on any blemishes. I then set all of that with Rimmel stay matte powder. For bronzing I use Estee Lauder bronzer goddess(which I love and have loved for over a year). For blush I use a creme blush by Topshop called flush to add a little colour to my cheeks which leaves a dewy finish. Lastly I use Mac soft and gentle mineralise skinfinish to highlight to give me a sun kissed glow.

Now onto my eyes, for my eyebrows I either use AVON brow definer or Naked from the Naked 1 Urban Decay palette which I then set with MUA clear mascara(which is looking slightly grubby, especially as it was once clear!). My eyes are extremely basic, I use to be a lover of black liquid winger liner but i've ditched the liner for eyeshadow. I just use Buck from the Naked 1 Urban Decay palette all over my eyelid and then take it slightly under my eye. After that I use Bobbi Brown long wear gel liner in brown and type line my eyes(this just makes the lash line look thicker). Lastly I use clinique high impact mascara, which gives extra length to my eyelashes but doesn't leave them clumpy which I like for everyday. 
To finish off I apply Revlon colourburst lip butter in tutti frutti and just like magic i'm done and ready to go. 

Hope everyone is having a lovely Sunday!