Tuesday, 26 February 2013
Sunday, 24 February 2013
They are the Sigma F05 Contour Brush, Sleek Blush by 3 Pallette and the W7 Blush Brush.
The steepest product in this line-up will be the Sigma Brush which was about €20's thereabouts. The Sleek Blush by 3 in Flame with Bonfire, Molten and Furnace inside, was not more than a tener while the Blush Brush was really cheap and I got both brushes from Amazon and the Sleek Blush set from the Sleek website.
Here is just a close up of the bristles on the brush. Thought it will be handy to show you all that as well.
I love this brush so much especially since it was so cheap. I do not remember the price but it was less than €10 any ways and it is a good quality blush brush I purchased from Amazon which is also amazing as I'm sure everyone knows. Yeah so this brush picks up the powder of the blush really well and is easy to use to apply on the cheeks and it has a wide layout as is obvious and the handle is wooden and really hard but easy to control.
I would definitely recommend this blush brush to anyone.
Here are the bristles. I just love looking at them as they pack the colour really well. They are also soft to touch and like I said easy to apply on the face. I use this brush with my Sleek Blush by 3 Pallette-Flame-and with my Mac Raizen Blush and it picks up all these colours effectively well.
See you all soon!
My Shekere x
This Blush gives a nice healthy glow to the cheeks and is perfect for day time. I've used it sparingnly as I like a more heated look more similar to Mac's Raizen but if anyone is a fan of that more glowy look this is definitely a do and it even has a little mirror.
As you can see the bristles are thin and from experience I am a huge fan of this product and it is definitely a product I do not regret purchasing.
I am still trying to review this product as currently I use Mac's Blot Powder to as a finisher but this was about €8 minus tax and shipping from Sleek and it is their Translucent Powder in Deep. I will be reviewing this product more in the future but I decided to purchase it to try out in tropical climates as my Blot Powder does not work in that situation and ends up giving off a cakey finish rather than a smooth one.
Just decided to put a picture of my favourite diet yoghurt here-Glenisk! Its great for keeping away the need to chew at a few sugary products. Just felt like sharing that with you guys!
But today I will be doing a rather intense look at the products from my make-up haul which is up on my channell on youtube! So please check that out!
But yeah let's get to it then :)
I use all these products for my hair and face basically and they mainly consist of Sleek and some other brands.
I'm contemplating doing a review on my Sleek Products soon or just a general brands video which should be up here and on my youtube page as well :)
I love these Moroccan Argan Oil little tubes I pruchased from Penneys for about €2 each. They are amazing for keeping your hai soft and shiny all day long and add to the texture and feel of your hair giving it a nice healthy glow. They also last quite long for such a small package; I purchased about 3 of them and am in the process of using just the second one; and I use it a LOT lol so yeah this products is definitely a do!
The Red Bottle has a stronger smell and I use it at night time if I have a night out just for that reason and the one on the right is equally strong but not as intense so is perfect for keeping you smellinglovely throughout the day no matter what you have going on as I tend to work out quite a bit and this definitely doesn't leave me smelling like I just came out of a gym session anyways :)
Here from left to right is the Ultimate Hold Spray which keeps my curls in place for a good 3-4 hours before they drop considerably and this is because of my Virgin Brazilian Hair which I hear is not really good for holding curls but anyways this is the best product I've used that has managed to hold it in place so far;
And then there is the Freeze Hold Spray which I use before I straighten my hair in addition to the Heat Defense Spray which is basically to protect your hair from the heat of the tongs while styling. I use both together to give me bone-straight hair.
And then there is the Sleek Blemish Balm which I use as a primer; I personally prefer the Mac Prep+Prime but that is a steep €30 and this is only about €11. But if you can I would go for Mac's Prep+Prime. As for this product, I do not think it really acts very well as a primer to be completely honest and some have said it can double up as light foundation; not for me. It leaves a shiny sheen to the face that looks nothing like foundation; if you like that sort of look this is right for you.