lottie london - the rusts | courtneyleighblogs

Lottie London Shadow Swatch - The Rusts. 

I'm a huge Lottie London crusher, I just think all their products are super quirky and cute. Especially the packaging! I used to always eye of the Lottie London products in my local Superdrug store whenever I went in there, however after watching Emily Canham's video on youtube of her trying Lottie London products, I was sold! You can watch Emily's video here

Lottie London Shadow Swatch - The Rusts.

The one thing I was really eager to try out was the eyeshadow palettes. The one I was excited to try was the Rose Golds palette but it wasn't available in local store so I opted for The Rusts palette.

Lottie London - The Rusts shadows.

There's a lot of cool tones in this palette which I love because I'm not the most confident person when it comes to eyeshadow so I thought this palette would be perfect to practice with. My favourite shades from this palette are the shimmer shades. They are absolutely stunning and they're so pigmented!

Lottie London The Rusts Shimmer Swatches.

Some of the matte shades aren't as pigmented as I'd want them too be however they are buildable which is fine for me because I can work on making my eyeshadow better. My favourite matte shade is the orange shade (lauren) it's so cute and makes my eye colour pop so much.

Lottie London The Rusts Matte Swatches.

Have you tried any products from Lottie London? What's your favourite product? Let me know!!

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I think I have an obsession? Barry m | courtneyleighblogs

I think I have a slight obsession when it comes to Barry M nail polishes. It's the only brand of polish I ever seem to buy, I don't know why I just love all their colours and each different collection has something to benefit my nails so it's a win-win. I thought I'd share with you what polishes I have in my collection, feel free to let me know what shades / polishes you have in your collection. Make sure to tell me which one is your favourite!

Barry M Nail Polishes.

From left to right:

Barry M - Masquerade - £2.95
Barry M - Prickly Pear - £3.99
Barry M - Rose Hip - £3.99
Barry M - Laguna - £4.99
Barry M - Passion Fruit - £3.99
Barry M - Pomegrante - £3.99
Barry M - 3 in 1 Top Coat & Nail Hardener - £4.99
Barry M - Mango - £4.28
Barry M - Black Cherry - £3.99
Barry M - Pit Stop - £2.99
Barry M - Aloha - £4.99
Barry M - Plumpy Topcoat - £2.99
Barry M - Freestyle - £2.99

Barry M Pomegrante, Mango, Black Cherry, Pit Stop, Plumpy Top Coat
& Freestyle.

The Gelly Hi-Shine nail polishes from Barry M are personally my favourite polishes from Barry M as I love the look of a gel finished nail polish and I feel like these polishes last the longest on my nails. However, the Speedy polishes are also a favourite of mine if I need to paint my nails but need them in a quick amount of time as the dry up so so quick which is perfect.

Barry M Masquerade, Prickly Pear, Laguna, Pomegrante, Mango, Black Cherry.

The Coconut Infusion polishes are also very good because not only do they make my nails look super cute but they also make my nails healthier and stronger as they are infused with coconut oil, and all these polishes are under £5 which is amazing!

Barry M Masquerade, Rose Hip, Prickly Pear, Passion Fruit, Mango.

These are all the polishes I own from Barry M and I hope to add more colours to this collection as I just love them so so much! What's your favourite shade? Let me know!

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how I create my face | courtneyleighblogs

I thought it was about time I wrote an updated face of the day post as I feel like my routine has changed a little bit, so I thought I'd share it with you. You can read my old 'face of the day' routine here, enjoy!

Products I use daily.

To start off with, the first thing I will always do is moisturise, I use the same moisturiser everyday and that is the Nivea Refreshingly Soft moisturiser and then to protect my skin from the sun I then go on top with the Ps Beach Protect Mattifying face cream. This leaves my skin with a nice glow however, it can be quite sticky which is why I use this product as a primer and it works perfectly fine.

Nivea soft moisturiser, Ps Beach Protect sunscreen.

For my foundation, I've recently fell back in love with the L'Oreal Infallible 24H Foundation, I started to re-use this a few weeks ago and I've fell in love with all over again. I'd say it was full coverage foundation as it covers all my blemishes and it stays on for a very long time. To conceal and lighten areas of my face I use the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer, this is a staple concealer in my collection and is the one concealer I reach back for every time. To set all the areas I concealed I use the MUA Skin Define Hydro Powder, I used to use the Rimmel Stay Matte powder however I much prefer this MUA powder, it's super lightweight and doesn't look cakey when I top up throughout the day to cover any oilyness.

To bronze up and highlight my face I use 3 different products which seems obsessive but I swear its nothing major. For a cream bronzer I use the Ps Conturing Palette from Primark, as you can see it's pretty obvious what shade I use, I just use this add a bit of colour into my face, I also think this makes my powder bronzer stick a little better too. I then go in with the bronze shade 'Caramel Kiss' from the Tanya Burr Beautifully Defined Palette and just add a little more colour over the cream bronzer. Then to add a little pop of highlight, this alters from day to day depending on how glam I want to go, most of the time I will just use the shimmer shade 'champagne shimmer' from the same Tanya Burr palette.. If I want to add a little more pop I will use my Sleek Solstice Palette

To finish off my face, I do my eyebrows last, I'm no where near expert material when it comes to doing my eyebrows, I only ever fill them in just to make them a little more defined. I use the Makeup Revolution HD Pro Brow Palette to fill them in as I feel like this palette has a lot of variations of shades and powder / creams to chose from. I only ever use the top left powder to fill my brows in as I find this is the lightest shade to match my natural colour and the easiest to blend out.

After all this is done, I just go over my whole face with the MUA powder just to set everything in place and they spray my face with a setting spray. At the moment, the setting spray I've been using is the Kiko Make Up Fixer Spray. This one feels like I'm spraying hairspray or something on my face, it's not a liquid setting spray that I was expecting it to be. However I love this one because it's not sticky and I don't have to wait for it to dry.

This is how I create my face daily, or on most days when I can be bothered to make an effort. Let me know if you've used any of these products or what products you'd recommend, I'd love to know! Thanks for reading!

intergalactic, golden egg lush products | courtneyleighblogs

My recent visit to Lush
 I feel like whenever I take a visit to my local Lush store I always have to come and share what I bought even if it's like one thing. This time I bought two things and I'm so super excited about them that I had to share them.

Intergalactic bath bomb and Golden Egg bath bomb melt.
 So the two things I purchased this time where of course more bath bombs. One I've already bought before and loved so much and a new one that I've seen all over Instagram / Facebook so much recently that I just HAD to try it. So the bath bomb I repurchased was the Intergalactic bomb. I bought this one not long ago and absolutely loved it so obviously I had to repurchase it. The second bath bomb that I purchased which I was SO excited about was the Golden Egg bomb. I have seen this everywhere just lately and it looked amazing so I needed it!

Intergalactic Lush bath bomb.

I think the Intergalactic bath bomb might be my favourite bath bomb from Lush that I've tried. I just love the way it leaves my bath looking and LOVE the smell of peppermint that floats around the bathroom once it's in the bath. Honestly I think I loved it so much purely for the glitter, however if you haven't tried this one I would totally recommend it!

Golden Egg Lush bath bomb.

So this is my show stopper, the one I've been most excited about trying and it's this gorgeous Golden Egg smothered in gold glitter flakes. There's so much glitter on this bath bomb that the second you touch it, everything on you and around you is covered in glitter, which I'm not going to complain about because I love glitter. However, I can see how that turns people away. I tried this bath bomb the night I got it because I couldn't wait and it's amazing! I think the lady in Lush said that the bomb contained cocoa butter which fits the easter thing amazingly but most importantly it left my skin feeling AMAZING. I'd shaved my legs in the bath because I feel like you can't really appreciate how soft your legs are unless they're freshly shaved. So when I got out, they felt amazing!! I'm pretty sure I sat there and just felt my legs for a good 10 minutes, I think I even got my boyfriend to feel them at one point because they felt so good. The only downside is the amount of glitter that gets stuck at the bottom of your bath but once again I'm not going to complain because I love it!

What are your favourite bath bombs or your favourite products from Lush? I'd love to know!

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barry m nails ; spring edition design | courtneyleighblogs


Hiya lovelies, 

having freshly painted nails is something I appreciate so much, so when I actually sit down and make the effort to make them look pretty I feel like it needs to be shared. I'm no nail artist so my nails never look amazing but I do like to try and make them look pretty or at least some what cute, so I thought I'd show you how I've done my nails and what shades I used.


My nails have never ever been long and I don't think they ever will. They grow to a certain length, go flimsy and then break. However, they're doing well at the moment (I say well like they're really long), and I thought I'd paint them cute pastel colours as we're coming up to spring / easter. So for my thumb, 3rd finger and pinky I used the Barry M Gelly nail varnish in the shade Prickly Pear. I love these shade and is usually my go - to shade whenever I want something quick and cute. It's such a beautiful pastel-ish shade of purple and super cute for spring. On my 2nd finger I used the same Gelly nail varnish but in the shade Rose Hip. In the bottle this colour looks like a gorgeous very pale pink, almost the colour of a strawberry milkshake, however when applied it's pretty much white. I mean it's not blinding white, but it's definitely not the shade of pink in the bottle which is annoying but it's still cute nevertheless. Finally, for my 4th finger I used the Coconut Infusion nail polish from Barry M in the shade Laguna. I think this was my first ever Barry M nail polish I bought and I fell in love with it. I love the coconut infused polishes because they care for your nails as well as make them look cute, win win. 

As a top coat to make sure they don't chip I used the Barry M Plumpy Topcoat. This just makes the nails look extra shiny and look more like a gel than just a basic nail polish.

This was just a little post to share my nails with you because I take pride in when they look cute. Have any of you tried the Barry M polishes? What are your favourites, let me know!

Thanks for reading!

5 go - to movies | courtneyleighblogs

top 5 go - to movies.

I'm a huge movie lover, so when it comes to a Sunday, throwing on my pyjamas, putting the heating on, grabbing loads of junk food and putting on a movie is my favourite thing to do. Typically I always go for the same films over and over again so I though I'd share with you my top 5 go to films. Enjoy!

Girl on the train, Me before you, Bridget Jones's baby, Legend, Bridget Jones's Diary

Been waiting on this film for what seems like forever after reading the book and it didn't disappoint. If you haven't heard about this film, you definitely need to know about it, it's so so good! I found the film a little hard to follow at first because of how much it jumps back and forth from flashbacks / time differences etc. I would definitely recommend reading the book beforehand though as the book is amazing and makes it a little easier to follow.

LOVE this film. Although it's a heart string puller it's still one of the best films I've seen. It's a soppy loving film but it's got the quirky humour side throughout it which is why it's such a good film. Definitely keeps you hooked the whole way through. And my boyfriend likes this film so it must be a good one.

If you're an ultimate Bridget lover like me then you NEED this film in your life. I waited so long for this film to come out and I don't think I'd ever been so excited for a film to come out. This in my opinion is definitely my favourite Bridget Jones film, it's so funny and the ending! Ah I was so shocked at the ending but it was such a good ending to a film which is rare for me to say because I usually moan about endings being rubbish. LOVE LOVE LOVE.

I don't know why I like this film so much, I'm usually against violence films but I think I must've watched this film like 50 times. It's such a good film and the way Tom Hardy plays both the brothers is such a clever idea. Definitely isn't one I'd recommend if you're not into the violent type of films but if you like action and an intense film then I'd definitely go and watch this.

Ultimate chick flick fav. I've honestly lost count on how many times I've watched this film, one of those film that no matter how many times I watch it I'll never get bored of it. Definitely one of those films I turn to if i want cheering up or if I'm having a 'meh' day. The film that blossomed the love for all things Bridget Jones and big 'bridget underwear!'. 

A short little post today as I've been feeling rough the last few days and dvd's had become my bestfriends. Let me know what your favourite movies are, I'd love to know! Thank you for reading!


3 things I'd tell younger me | friendships, school, life | courtneyleighblogs

So lately, I feel like I've come to terms with where my life's going (which may I add, isn't anywhere exciting atm), who I have in my life and what I want to do with my life. So I thought what better way to take it all in than to write a post expressing what I would tell younger me if I had the chance. Enjoy!

#1 - Not everyone is your friend

- Just recently I've found myself realising that the 'friends' I thought were my closest friends, were only really my friends because I had to see them 5 days out of the 7. Don't get me wrong, some of the friendships I had, have made me more or less the person I am today and for that I am grateful, just as I am grateful for the memories we shared however, growing up and leaving school has made me realise just how 'childlike' the friendships actually were. There was always such a massive cliche at my school in who was the 'popular' kids and who were the not so 'cool' and quiet kids. I don't think I ever fit into either of those groups. I mean I had friends from both sides of the spectrum, I wouldn't say I was ever really great friends with some of the 'in' kids however I wouldn't say I ever looked down on the quieter ones. 

I've come to realise lately that if a friendship with a person or even in a group leaves you feeling worthless or unhappy about yourself or about something you've chose to do in your life. It is okay to leave that group or person. If you're doing something in your life that makes you happy and they don't agree or approve, that's okay too. Everyone will have a different opinion and outlook on something, but as long as said thing makes you happy that's all that matters; and if said person(s) can't be happy for you and respect your decision, are they really a friend?

#2 - Grades are important

- In school I was always the idiot in the class talking or not paying attention to what was going on. I'm sure 90% of my parents evening meetings went along the lines of "Courtney is such a capable girl when she puts her mind to it. If Courtney worked as hard as she chatted she would be an A* student". I always listened to older people when they said grades didn't matter, you'd still get a career if you wanted to etc, which in a way is true. However, nowadays it's a lot harder without those grades. If I had the chance to go back to school now, I don't think I ever would purely because I hated school. The learning part I didn't hate, I think it was more the social side I didn't like. I was a sociable kid, I spoke to people, I had friends etc I just don't think I was ever really confident in myself which is what I hated about it. I was always nervous / on edge. But if I could tell younger me then to focus, revise and just pay attention in my lessons I definitely would. I'm 19 years old now, pushing 20 and currently in a retail job that I wouldn't say was my favourite place to be. I really want to go back to college and pick up a course that I actually want to be involved with as a career.

#3 - Everything's going to work out

- This was always a phrase I would hear people say or ' If it's not okay, it's not the end'. Back then, in my last couple of years of high school I used to laugh whenever I heard that phrase because I couldn't ever imagine a different life from what I was living. Leaving school / sixth form was probably one of the best things that could've happened. I've grown so much as a person I think personally, I've become a lot more confident in myself and in stuff I was always so worried about, I've learned to love things I never really cared about in myself or in things I didn't even think for. I've lost friends along the way, but I've also gained the most precious friends and boyfriend. Losing friends is a part of growing up and I've come to realise that it's okay for that to happen. The friends I have now and my boyfriend are mainly the reason I don't dread waking up every morning and facing the world. The friends I have now actually make an effort to check up on me, to ask me about my day, to listen if I have a worry. I've come to realise that that's more of what a friendship is than just going places together and doing things.

Everyone has down days, or a down week and that's okay. As long as you don't drag it out to be a bad month or bad year. If something's not making you happy, change it. You're the only person putting a barrier in front of yourself. If you want that job, go for it. If you want to change courses, do it. That friend making you feel worse about yourself than better? Leave them. This was all stuff I wish I had listened to back then and believe me, once you do it, you're a lot happier. It's hard losing people, but if they don't bring anything positive to your life what's the point?

This was a long post, but I feel like with it all written out, everything comes in to perspective. I've had a good few years recently, but I'm determined to make 2017 an even better year. If you have anything you would tell your younger self back then, what would it be? why? Let me know, I'm so interested in what your thoughts are.

Thanks for reading this post, I hope you enjoyed it!

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highlight collection - jeffree star, lottie london | courtneyleighblogs

Can a girl ever have too many highlighters? The answer is never. For today's post I thought I'd share with you my small but ever growing highlight collection that I've manged to accumulate recently. It's a small amount and I intend to add to it immensely but I thought I'd share with you what I own now. Enjoy!!

Jeffree Star Skin Frost - Ice Cold

Jeffree Star Skin Frost - Ice Cold 
I was given this as a gift from christmas and I couldn't have been happier. As much of a highlight lover Jeffree Star is I just knew his own highlighters would not disappoint... and of course it didn't! I got the shade Ice Cold and it's such a gorgeous shade. It blends super nicely onto the skin and doesn't leave a harsh white line which I thought it might have because of how white the shade is. When my friend ordered me this she ordered it directly from Jeffree Stars website however I think they're now available to order from Beauty Bay now in the UK which makes it a lot cheaper!

Jeffree Star Skin Frost - Ice Cold

Lottie London highlight palette - Shimmer Squad

I noticed a small selection of Lottie London products in my local Superdrug store a while back and I was instantly attracted to their products purely because of how cute everything looked! I hadn't heard of this brand at all before but then I recently watched a review video from Emily Canham  (testing out lottie london make up) where she tried out a ton of Lottie London products. This shimmer squad palette definitely stood out to me! I just love the shades of the highlighters and mainly how amazingly pigmented they are! Honestly for a drugstore brand and for the price of 4 shades these are amazing. I knew as soon as Emily swatched it that I was going to end up owning that palette some how or another. If you haven't already checked this out, you need to!!

Lottie London - Shimmer Squad highlighting palette

MUA Undress Your Skin - Iridescent Gold

This is starting to look so battered and bruised now because for a good month or so this was my go-to highlighter. The lid of the case has snapped so now all I'm left with is just the pan and powder so I have to be so so careful if I ever plan on taking it anywhere with me which is heartbreaking because I love this highlighter so much. I think this cost like £3 and my god it's amazing. The pigmentation is incredible but in such a natural looking way. When I apply it, it almost seems like it becomes one with my foundation / powder. Some cheap highlighters I've tried have almost just sat on top of my foundation and left a chalky line whereas this one blends in so nicely. I'm so eager to pick up the other shades in this collection and see how they look applied.

Sleek Highlight Palette - Solstice
I've raved about this before in a favourites post before I think so I won't ramble too much about this product however I will tell you that it's incredible. The cream top left shade is my favourite cream highlight to apply to my cheekbones before my foundation as sort of a primer for my powder highlight. It's also a really cute colour to use if you aren't planning to wear any foundation but still want a bit of glow. It blends out lovely so you can't even tell you have a product on. The other 3 powder shades are also just as incredible with the bottom left being my absolute fav! The bottom right shade is something I think I'll be reaching for a lot in the summer when it comes to having a bit more colour and life to my skin. I love mixing the top right in with the bottom left if I want an intense highlight with a pop of colour. I just love this little palette.

Sleek Highlight Palette - Solstice
 That's all for my little collection of highlighters at the moment.. I'm pretty sure I have highlighters inside other palettes and products as well but I thought I'd share just the main highlight palettes themselves. Let me know what are your go to highlighters. Have you tried any of these ones? let me know! I hope you enjoyed this post, thanks for reading!

saturday pamper day | courtneyleighblogs

Hi lovelies!

Usually I have my lazy days on a Sunday but I somehow managed to squeeze one in on a Saturday and I'm loving it. So I thought I'd share with you some of the things I do to have a little pamper day!

So first off, I've been loving baths lately especially with a Lush bath bomb so what better day to start off a little pamper than with a nice hot bath. The bath bomb I chose for the bath today was The Experimenter. This bath bomb doesn't quite top my fav bomb Intergalactic but nevertheless it did leave my bath looking a funky colour and it did smell quite nice so I can't complain. And it is also extremely pretty pre - bath so it'd be rude to not take a photo obviously.

The Experimenter - Lush LTD

Whilst I'm relaxing watching the bath bomb fizz around, I like to then take the opportunity to whack on a face mask. The face mask I'm obsessed with recently is the Detox Clay Mask from L'Oreal. I've raved about this mask before but I just love watching it dry and you can see it soaking into your pores pulling everything out. Gross but satisfying. Usually I'd 'multi-mask' and use all three of the clay masks together however I felt my face needed a full detox so I just used the one.

L'Oreal Pure Detox Clay Mask

I'll then go on and wash my hair, I've recently bought a new shampoo and conditioner set so I'm excited to see the results from the long run of using it. The set that I bought is the L'Oreal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Clay from Boots. I've heard people rave about this set and my auntie also said it made her feel amazing so I was eager to try it. It claims to bring dry dull ends back to life which is what I desperately need! After one wash it did seem to make my hair smoother and the ends did appear a little less dry and ratty. However I'm due a haircut so hopefully with the cut and this set my hair won't get as bad!

L'Oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay Shampoo & Conditioner 

Once I'm all washed, out and dried, jumping in a set of a pyjamas and my dressing gown is definitely on the cards. No point in wasting a brand new outfit to sit around the house all day, so pyjamas it is. I'll usually then go and grab a DVD to watch or my current book to read throughout the day. The book I've been reading at the moment is If I Stay by Gayle Forman. I really wanted to see this film in the cinema but never got round to it so I opted for the book. So for so good, I'll keep you updated on my thoughts. The DVD I've been loving lately is the Legend film about the Krays. If you haven't seen it, you need to. It's a bit violent but is such a well made film and would highly recommend it. 

If I Stay paperback book / Legend DVD

Lastly I love having the time to sit down and spend some time painting my nails. I love having freshly painted unchipped nails. I have a small collection of Barry M polishes that I'm trying to slowly grow, I just think their polishes are the best! This time I went for a darker shade of theirs, I think it was in the shade Black Cherry. It was a polish that was out around halloween but it's such a gorgeous colour. Then for my left finger I added some glitter just to add a little detail to my nails which I love!

Barry M nail polish - Black Cherry

That's mainly what I do on my little pamper days, obviously I'll add in the huge pile of junk food, fatty foods and fizzy drinks. I'll have the occasional nap every now and then because I'm just that lazy but yeah, it's a boring day but I LOVE them. I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know what you do for your lazy days! Thanks for reading!

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recent favourites | courtneyleighblogs

I think I said in my last post that I'd neglected my blog, well I've done it again. Christmas came around and I was so busy and worn out that I didn't have the time or energy to sit down and write a massive post. Nevertheless I'm back, hopefully more frequently than last, but I thought I'd share my current favourites at the moment with you, enjooooooy!

Tanya Burr 'Beautifully Defined' Palette

Tanya Burr 'Beautifully Defined' Palette

I got this palette from my nan at christmas and I was actually pleasantly surprised. Considering it was only £9.99 for 3 eyeshadow shades, a bronzer shade, a highlight and a liquid highlight I wasn't holding out too much hope for pigment but I reach for this everyday. The liquid highlight I wasn't too keen on, I don't feel like that actually did much to my face butt then I'm yet to find any liquid highlight that does. However, the bronzer shade and highlight shades are probably my all time favourites. I reach for the bronzer shade without fail now, it's such a nice subtle colour and blends so nicely. It blends into an almost natural looking bronze effect. The highlight shade as well is amazing. I swatched it on my hand and it didn't really do much but on my fan brush and then applied to my face, yeesssss! It's so so cute and blends out looking like a natural glow. Some highlighters I've tried have just left a white / chalky looking line across my face but this is gorgeous and would highly recommend. I haven't really had the chance to play around with the eyeshadow shades however just from swatching on my hand they're very pigmented!

Inside Tanya Burr Beautifully Defined palette 

Sleek MakeUP 'Solstice' highlight palette

 Another present from christmas, this one from a work friend. I've been on about this palette for so long but never got round to actually buying it myself. I think I tweeted once about how I needed this palette and my old pal came to the rescue and bought me it. I love this palette, every shade is amazing especially the 3 powder shades. I love putting the cream one along my cheekbones before my foundation just for a glowy base then going over the top with a powder later on. The glow is amazing and whenever I'm wearing it I always get asked what it is. The shade I reach for the most is the bottom left hand corner or bottom right depending on what look I'm going for. I also LOVE using the bottom left for inner corner highlight on my eyes!

Inside Sleek MakeUP Solstice Palette

This came in the Makeup Revolution 12 days of christmas make up box and I'm SO glad it did. I love this cream. It adds such a healthy and radiant glow to your skin, you can use it all over or just on the places you would add a highlight powder to add a little bit more glow. I personally use it all over my face underneath a glowy foundation so whatever angle you look from my skin has a glow to it which I love. It's super light weight and easy to apply, once it's been applied you can't even feel it on the skin which I love. I would recommend this to everyone!

Make up Revolution Ultra Strobe Cream

Morphe 35F Palette

Prettiest palette ever!! I am in love with palette. I could just look at it all day and be happy. Every colour in this palette screams autumn / winter to me which I love because autumn is my favourite time of year. Although I'll definitely be using this palette all year round. The pigment of all these shades is just amazing, considering the palette is super cheap you wouldn't think the quality would be great but you are wrong... amazingggg!! After trying this palette I'm eager to look at more of their palette Morphe have out. The shades all blend and apply super easily and the matte shades are all buildable which I love. For £21 I can't complain and would recommend everyone go check out the Morphe Palettes!

Morphe 35F - Fall Into Frost Palette

I hope you enjoyed this post, I'm still in the process of juggling work and blogging so bear with me whilst I work it out. But thanks for reading, let me know if you've used any of this products I'd love to know!

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