Monday, 2 February 2015

Forgotten Loves

There are plenty of things over the years where I obsessively wore something for months on end and then moved onto something else, especially when funds were limited. In this post I delved into my draws and found some things that were a daily staple back in the day. Let's start off with the Rimmel 1000 Kisses Lip Tint in Nothing but Nude. It's funny because I bought this thinking it was an orange and I've only just found out through doing this post that it's meant to be a nude, strange! I wore this religiously to school in my second year of sixth form because it was something that I could put on in the morning and wouldn't have to think about it smearing all round my mouth when I went onto my third chocolate shortbread of the day (it was so good). Next up is a No7 Lip Crayon, I don't know the name because all of the writing has rubbed off (probably from over use). It's balmy, moisturising and very glittery. I loved this colour and saved it for more of a special occasion item in Summer 2013. It's a dark orange colour and I really should wear it more often! Something that I went through a real obsessive phase with is the Barry M Dazzle Dusts. I have five and bought all but one within weeks of each other. Throughout my first year of sixth form I wore these religiously, a different colour everyday all over the lid. There are some really out there colours and I commend myself on my sense of adventure! I still use them now but they are strictly reserved for fancy dress. Last but not least is the MUA Heaven and Earth palette. I bought this in my first few weeks of university and wore it pretty much everyday of the first term (until I bought the Naked 3). The lightest brown is the most used because that's what I used for my eyebrows but some of my favourites were the lightest 'highlight' shade, the orange and the second to darkest. Looking at all of these makes me wonder why I stopped using them but I'm going to force myself to rekindle the love!

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