Reader Interactions


    • LauraJ says

      Not at all. There’s actually no right or wrong way and plenty of huge makeup artists all have their preferences.
      I find using your fingers first warms up the foundation and corrects the perfect balance of coverage. Brushes and sponges can soak up a lot of product and depending how you apply, can leave other areas with more foundation. Do what works for you πŸ™‚

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you girl!! I spent so long planning this blog makeover…I swear it took longer than creating the actual blog lol! Hope the tips help. xxx

  1. questionsfromateenager says

    Yes yes yes! What you put into your body most definitely shows on the outside – I like to take vitamins for my skin and hair. Ever since first starting I’ve noticed a huge difference! LOVED these tips, I’m going to try a few! xx

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you Angela! They say hot water is bad for our skin in general, but it’s so tough having a lukewarm shower, nevermind cold!

  2. SimpleSerenity says

    I think that glowy and bronzed skin is the best way to look chic and put together, so no matter which makeup look I’m doing I can’t do it without bronzer and highlighter. Hydrated skin is a must for me, so I drink a lot of water and hydrate my skin daily. I agree with your tips about hair, I do the same things. xx

  3. Kerry LifeandLoves says

    I loved these tips. I am a huge advocate of having a long soak in the bath at the end of a day, so the bath products you spoke about really appeal to me. I have also never heard of the gold shadow under the eye, I am going to experiment! My beauty step that I could never leave out is to use a really good eye gel from a young age. The eyes can show signs of age first, so get that hydration on there xx

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you Kerry. I am writing a post later this week which will include more info on the bath products.
      The gold I use is like a cream tone with hardly any shimmer if that makes sense? I like it quite subtle so it brightens my eye area without being this obvious colour underneath.
      The eye gel is a great tip. I’m going to try and look for a good hydrating one. xx

I would love to read your thoughts!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: