MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NC20
MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer in NC20 (for blemishes and redness)
Avon MagiX Illuminator in Light (for under eyes)
G-Spot Translucent Loose Powder in LP 01
Rimmel London Renew & Lift Brightening Powder in 100 Ivory
Avon colortrend summerblush in Cheeky (a surprisingly great find!)
Urban Decay Eye shadow Primer Potion
Coastal Scents Warm 88 Palette (I used a pale peach for the lid, a warm brown blended in the crease and a creamy white for inner corners and highlight)
Avon Glimmerstick Liqui-Glide Eyeliner in Black
Bare Minerals Round the Clock Waterproof Eyeliner in Midnight
Sleek Storm Palette (the brown shade used for eyebrows)
Body Shop Wild Cherry Lip Butter
Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain + Balm in Flame (used as lip liner and filled in the lips)
Avon Moisture Seduction Lipstick in Fiery Red
The whole fire theme on the lips was a happy accident! Haha!
(sorry about my very messy bedroom!)
So my new obsession is . . . (drumroll) . . .
I was in ASDA the other week and had to do a double take when I was walking past the cheese aisle when I saw this! I so intrigued to what it would even taste like that I threw one in the trolley.
I have to say I was sceptical at first because I thought it would just be like chocolate spread with the Philadelphia name on it, but its sooooo yummy! It tastes so good and although it is a bit like chocolate spread, its light and has a really creamy taste to it, I can’t quite put my finger on it but there’s something very moreish about it. :P Another little perk is that it smells just like chocolate buttons!
I can’t wait to experiment with it – I’m thinking chocolate cheesecake or on profiteroles!
But for now I am very happy with choccie-philly sandwiches.
Has anyone else tried it? What do you think?