New skincare😎 These products have been in my skincare routine for a month now and I would recommend them, for normal to dry skin.💕 ✔️ @hadalabo hyaluronic acid. Use both am and pm after cleansing. I use only a couple of drops on damp skin, this will last ages. Keeps skin plumped and hydrated all day. 😍😍 ✔️@andaloubaturals creamy cleanser. I use this as my second and am cleanse. Nothing ground breaking but it doesn't leave my skin feeling dry, so that's a plus in my book. It's soft and creamy, good value for money as its always on special. ✔️@cosrx AHA/BHA toner. 💛💛💛 One for the best exfoliaters I've used. I use this mostly pm after I cleanse and on clients before applying makeup to make sure there is no dead skin on the surface. I use this every other night, unless I'm breaking out then I use it every night to help clear and reduce redness in my blemishes quicker. It's very gentle and does the job of removing dead skin so the other products I use work better. 😁
A lot of my clients don't where much make up but when they do mascara is always on top of their go to. These are my favourites that I can count on. From the top ✔️ @maccosmetics extreme dimension, one I recommend for lashes that are thick and medium length. This gives a lot of volume and seperation. ✔️@lorealaustralia paridise lash. For a va va voom lash effect, this brush piles on the mascara. Although it's not the most long wearing mascara, it does flake at the end of a long day. ✔️@maccosmetics extended play. I use this every single day on my bottom lashes, never flakes and is seperating. I usually like my top lashes to appear more full and bottom to have more definition. 😒Generally I think mascara is a product that needs to be improved upon. The technology needs to be updated, I am always in search for a better mascara and a lot of the times I am dissatisfied. We have come so far in all other areas of makeup, why has mascara barely changed?