Monday, 14 January 2013

The Winter look....

It's winter so we need to put away our summer paint and bring out the winter, below are some popular winter make up products that I have been using this winter...

Intense glitter eyeliner silver sparkle,Intense Colour Eyeliner Royal Blue, Intense Glitter Eyeliner Starry Night

These eyeliners are all by MUA and are my best winter makeup products they only cost a pound and can be purchased from Superdrug or ordered from the MUA website. These eyeliners really make your eyes look beautiful, they make your eyes stand out and look lovely with your winter wear

MAC see sheer lipstick, MAC sophisto lipstick, MUA lipstick shade 10 and MUA lipstick shade 13

These four lipsticks are my best winter coloured lipstick products they are amazing winter colours that go well with your popular winter clothing, the first two images of lipstick are by MAC and cost £14.00, some of you may think that its really expensive and im not gonna lie and say its not but it is completely worth it the other two lipstick products are by MUA and guess what girls there's nothing better than lipstick, than lipstick that costs only £1.00!

I think that colours that are quite dark and neutral are good winter colours mainly because you can do a nice smokey eye and will go really nicely with the rest of your winter makeup. The eye shadow in the bottom left corner is by 17 and is a solo eye shadow in the colour walnut pearl this item costs £3.89 I consider that to be pretty cheap, on the bottom right corner we have a MAC pressed pigment eye shadow in the colour deeply dashing and costs £16.50. In the top right corner we have another MAC pressed pigment eye shadow in the colour jet couture this also costs £16.50, the top left corner has a eye shadow by Barry M in the colour dust 11 black this item costs £4.59 from Superdrug :)


  1. MAC is a little more on the expensive side, but their products last a while and show great results!

    1. True, but some people may not be able to afford MAC that's why drugstores are a good alternative :)