Saturday, 13 June 2015


As the days are finally starting to get warmer, it's starting to feel a bit more like Summer. Although it's always seems to be forecast rain on the weekends, boo! Nevertheless I'm going to be sharing five products that I always go to in the Summer months.

Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Perfume: Whenever the sun comes out, I instantly reach for this fragrance. Its such a light and fresh scent and it's very fruity and floral smelling. It also has coconut water as a base note which adds to the summery-ness (if thats a word).

L-R: Up The Amp Lipstick, Pink Gold Eyeshadow, Pearl Cream Colourbase, Well Dressed Blush

MAC 'Pearl' Cream Colour Base: I pretty much use this product all year round but its perfect for making your skin look lovely and glowy. I usually apply this to all the areas I want to highlight but it could also be used as an eyeshadow.

Maybelline Color Tattoo 'Pink Gold' Eyeshadow: Following on with the cream theme, these gel-cream eyeshadows are great for the warmer days. They don't crease and are long lasting which is great. They can be worn alone, as a base/primer or you could even use the brighter colours as an eyeliner!

MAC 'Well Dressed' Blush: For me this is quite a subtle blush which I like because I'm not really much of a blusher person. It's a beautiful pink and it's a satin finish which gives a gorgeous sheen to your cheeks. I couldn't get a very good swatch of this but you can see the colour properly in the photos above.

MAC 'Up The Amp' Lipstick: I don't tend to reach for this lipstick during the colder months as it's quite bright so I feel like I'd be a bit out of place. So whenever Summer rolls around it becomes my every day lipstick. It is such a gorgeous purple with a hint of pink and is my favourite MAC lipstick to date.

What are your favourite products for Summer?

PE xo


  1. i really want a lipstick color like that! love the color tattoos as well

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