Anonymous asked: Wow did you get all that mac makeup for free? :o id die for that haha x
Noooo of course not, why would I get that for free? Haha
Anonymous asked: do you have any lime crime lipsticks? if so, what do you think of them compared to mac lipsticks and do you know if you can get them in ireland? :) x
I’ve never tried their lipsticks - only their Velvetines which are incredible! You can’t buy them in Ireland but I ordered mine from Cocktail Cosmetics in the UK and I found their service great. Definitely go for it!
Anonymous asked: you might be the gal who can help me.. so recently my foundation in between my eyebrows and fore head is going on so oddly! i have pores in between my eyebrows which make it hard enough to apply it but I'm starting to get horrible dry patches, tiny dots and texture in that area?! any suggestions on what i would do products wise because application wise nothing works.. i tried all different brushes, beauty blenders even my fingers and I'm getting desperate now :(
First of all I would recommend wearing little to no makeup in that area if you can. It’s a spot that causes problems for lots of people - myself included! It can get oily there really easily so too much product there will easily get cakey or weird looking after a while. Try and avoid it when applying foundation till the very end, and instead of applying more foundation/concealer there just blend product from your forehead or nose to that spot. Most likely you don’t even need much makeup there!
I would recommend exfoliating your skin gently a few times a week to combat this problem. Use a brand like Garnier or Simple, or Clarins/Clinique if you’re willing to spend a little more money. On top of this, make sure you’re washing your face with water every morning before applying any products, and every night after removing all makeup. This is a really important step that so many people leave out!
Before applying makeup, use a light moisturiser and really massage it into your skin. Then give about five or ten minutes before applying any makeup. I like to use a primer before foundation and find this prevents weird patches. I use anything from No7 Stay Perfect Primer to Smashbox Photofinish Primer or my favourite - MAC Prep + Prime Skin Base Visage.
I hope these tips help! Let me know how you get on xo