Tried & Tested


Tried & Tested: Clinique 2-in-1 Foundation

The newest foundation string to Clinique’s bow is their foundation and concealer rolled into one (also known as Beyond Perfecting). A lightweight, moisturising formula, it is oil-free and doesn’t clog pores.

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Tried & Tested: Origins Original Skin

I’m not very good when it comes to testing skincare – I’ll stick to it for a little while, then fade out. But, when I’d learnt more about Origins (I already knew about it but never took the leap to try it), I knew I had to give it a go.


New: Estée Lauder Little Black Primer

If Kendall models any product, I’m definitely in but I was genuinely intruiged by Estée Lauder’s new Little Black Primer when it launched. I first got into eyelash primers when I started using Urban Decay’s Subversion and fell in love. Panda eyes are a huge pain for me as mascaras always drop so it was my little saviour.


NEW: Benefit Roller Lash

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When Benefit bring out mascara, it’s always big. You remember BADgal Lash and They’re Real – both innovative mascaras of their time – still hitting the top sellers lists. Their newest addition is Roller Lash with a hook and roll system that curls, separates and lengthens the lashes with buildable coverage.


Tried & Tested: Clarins Everlasting Foundation

You have to put a foundation to the test when it claims 18 hour wear without touch ups. The new Clarins Everlasting Foundation contains a High Fidelity System+ technology combined with bamboo powder, to help smooth skin and a flawless complexion, without any shine. So what was the verdict?

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