Madonna – Get The Look


Hello lovelies!

Hope you’re all doing good!

It’s time for another make up look and this one is going to be a celebrity style. While I was on Pintrest looking at different celebrity make up looks, I came across these incredible photos of Madonna from a photoshoot in 1982. It’s known as “The Lollipop Shoot” by Deborah Feingold. I fell in love with her look! She had a baggy white t shirt, tousled hair and a bold red lip which is my favourite thing to wear! I just thought she looked so cool and edgy so I wanted to try and recreate it for you as I feel like this is a very wearable look.

If you want to see how to get this look, keep reading…

2018103176572199120181103474149665 To start, I did my usual make up base using Collection Concealer in “Extra Fair” and setting it with the Rimmel Stay Matte in“Translucent.”

Her skin was very simple in the photos, so I just took a nude blush from the Revolution “Sugar & Spice” blush palette and applied this to my cheeks.

In the photos, Madonna didn’t have her brows filled in and they were very natural so I left mine plain.

For eyes, I used the Revolution Reloaded palette in “Newtrals 2”, applying a nude, peachy, matte shade all over my lid. I then used a darker, peach shade and used this in my crease. As this look was very editorial, I created a strong halo shape with the shadow. 

In the photos, it looked like she had a black shadow all around her eyes. I took a matte black from the Maybelline Nudes palette and applied it to my top and bottom lash line. I then took a fluffy brush and softened it to make it more of a smokey look. I also applied some mascara. 

The lipstick she wore was a beautiful, bold red so I applied my fave Revlon Ultra HD Matte lip in “Love.”

I am so happy with how this look turned out! It’s so simple but creates such an impact. Let me know in the comments below if there are any other celebrity make up look you want me to try.

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Devil Halloween Look


Hello lovelies!

Time for another Halloween look! My last few make up posts have been quite full on so I wanted to create something  very simple for any of you that are in a rush.  Today is a Devil look! This would be perfect for any night out or Halloween party and It doesn’t take very long. 


Products used:

  • Revolution  Reloaded Newtrals Palette
  • Revolution Sugar & Spice Ultra Blush Palette
  • Rimmel London Exaggerate Waterproof Eye Definer
  • Rimmel London Scandaleyes Xtreme Mascara 
  • Urban Decay Naked 3 Eyeshadow Palette
  • Revlon Ultra HD Matte lipcolour in “Infatuation”
  • Rimmel Stay Matte Powder in 001 “Transparent”
  • Maybelline The Nudes Eye Palette
  • Collection Concealer in 0 “Extra Fair” 

  1. I started by doing my usual base using the Collection concealer and setting my face into place using my Rimmel Stay Matte powder.
  2. Next I took a dark blonde, matte shade from the Maybelline Nudes palette to fill in my brows. 
  3. Time for eyes! I took a matte, light pink shade from the Revolution Reloaded palette and applied this all over my lids and through my crease. I then blended the edges with a fluffy brush. 
  4. Next I took a matte red shade from the same palette and put this just on my lids. I blended the edges into the pink shade.
  5. I then used a matte raspberry red shade from the Revolution palette and deepened up the crease. I also applied this quite low under my eye. 
  6. I used the shade “Darkheart” from the Urban Decay 3 palette and used this to deepen the crease even more. I also took this shade under my eyes. 
  7. I took a matte white from the Revolution palette and applied to my inner corners. 
  8. To finish off the eyes I applied a Rimmel liner to my waterline and applied my Rimmel Scandaleyes mascara. 
  9. To make this look tie into the devil vibe, I took a bright pink matte blush and applied this to the areas you’d usually apply bronzer. 
  10. Finally for lips I used a very dark burgundy liquid lip from Revlon. I think a dark lip creates a strong look and helps the make up stand out against the red toned eyes. 

There we go! 

I really hope you enjoyed this post and it gave you some Halloween inspiration.

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Forest Fairy Halloween Look


Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re all doing good! It’s time for Halloween look number 3…

I’m so excited for this one as it’s so different to all the other looks I’ve done. What inspired this look was an eyeshadow palette from Revolution that I’m obsessed with. It’s full of gorgeous burnt pink and brown shades that really reminded me of an enchanted forest. I also wanted to really get into the character of a forest fairy by styling my hair to look like I literally live in a forest. When I thought of this I imagined being wrapped in vines that grew everywhere and twisted in my hair! This is a really simple look to do. Keep reading to find out how to do it 🙂 




Start by doing your regular face make up to give a nice even, natural base. This is more of a soft, realistic Halloween look.

I took the matte, cranberry shade from the Revolution Reloaded Newtrials 2 palette and applied it to the high points of my face (cheekbones, sides of nose, above and below lips.) I also applied this to the centre of my brows and my eyelids. 

Next I took a shimmery, green shade from the Primark Glitter Junkie eyeshadow palette and also applied this to the high points of my face, straight above the cranberry shadow. I also used this to fill in the middle and tail of my brows. 

I then took a glittery white shadow from the same Primark palette to highlight.

For this look, I didn’t apply any mascara as I wanted it to look very natural and subtle but you can if you want a more dramatic look! 

For lips, I used this incredible matte lipstick by L’Oreal in 655 Copper Clutch. I feel like this shade matched the look so well. 

To finish off the face, I used some glitter face glue to apply a few craft leaves next to tie the forest theme into the make up.


I first clipped in some hair extensions that were lighter than my own hair colour and divided them into two. I then twisted some craft vine around each extension section . Next, I brought each twist across my forehead and secured them in place with some hair grips. I them just pulled to make them messier until I was happy. To finish off, I backcombed my natural hair to match the tousled look. I loved how this turned out and it really looks like vines are growing through your hair! 🙂

There we go! This was super fun to do and I really hope it gave you some inspiration for Halloween.

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Creepy Clown Halloween Make Up


Hello lovelies!

It’s time for another Halloween post and I’m so excited! I hope you enjoyed my last one which was a make up look called Sun & Space. I absolutely loved creating that make up but now it’s time to get creepy…

Today’s look is going to be a clown. With this make up, I wanted it to be bright, bold and most importantly…SCARY. Keep reading to find out how you can get this look!


All you need for this look is a black liquid eyeliner and some face paint in white, blue, black and yellow. I bought a set from ASDA for only £5 which you can find here

  1. To start, take your yellow face paint and apply it on to your eyelids, taking it past the inner corner slightly.
  2. Next, using your liquid eyeliner, draw a thick cat flick in the crease. This is tricky but use your yellow as a guide and keep opening your eye to check that the liner is still visible. At this point, apply liner to your lash line as usual, but connect it to the line above. 
  3. Using the edges of your pupil as a guide, create a triangle that connects to the winged shape you just created. Take this over your brow and make sure that it gets thinner towards the end. 
  4. Create the same triangle for underneath your eye, but add two smaller, extra ones on either side. 
  5. Once both eyes are complete, add some mascara and, using your liquid liner, draw small dots at the end of each triangle point. 
  6. Next, apply white face paint to your entire face.
  7. To make the eyes more clown like, apply blue face paint to the edge of you triangles below your eyes.
  8. For the mouth, use liquid liner and fill in your top lip completely. To exaggerate my bottom lip, I drew a thick line below it. 
  9. Connecting to your top and bottom lips, draw a long smile onto your cheeks, stopping at the edge of your eye.
  10. I then used some red paint and filled in my bottom lip and also added some to the new smile shape, to give a blood effect!
  11. To create the nose, I took some red face paint onto a sponge and drew an oval shape. I like clown noses that aren’t perfectly round but you can change this look to what you want.

There we go! This was super fun to do and I really hope it gave you some inspiration for Halloween.

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Shimmery Green Eye & Nude Lip


Hello lovelies!

Time for another make up post! Goshh I think this is the first time I’ve done this many in a row,  but I’m really enjoying them. I absolutely love make up and my favourite thing is getting creative and coming up with looks that you don’t see everyday. 

Today I decided to base today’s look around this incredible green metallic eyeshadow! This is an eyeshadow in the “Glitter Junkie” palette from Primark. I’ve never tried any Primark make up, so I was a little worried about what it would be like, but it’s honestly gorgeous. 


I decided to pair it with a pinky nude lip. The one I’m wearing is the L’Oreal Lip Paint in the colour “Gone With The Nude.” I feel like when you have quite a full on eye look you need a subtle lip to soften it and bring it together. I think this also makes it more wearable. I am obsessed with this eyeshadow and I think this would look gorgeous for so many occasions. It would be perfect for a night out and really make you stand out!

This eye palette has more incredible colours so I will for sure do more looks with them and share with you!

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Satine Moulin Rouge Make Up Look


Hello lovelies!

I’m so so excited for today’s post! I’ve loved doing make up posts recently and getting creative with different looks. 

One of my all time favourite films is Moulin Rouge. I’m obsessed with the story, the incredible soundtrack and the overall enchanted, magical, dark feeling of the film. When I watch it, I feel like I’ve been transported to another time where anything is possible. The sets and costumes are gorgeous as they’re so over the top! 

I decided to create a make up look inspired by the main character Satine. I think she is such an interesting character and Nicole Kidman really brings her to life. I noticed that throughout the film her make up is very simple with a soft grey smokey eyeshadow and a red lip. This look is so pretty and something that I would for sure wear today!


So to start I used my regular concealer which is Collection Lasting Perfection in Extra Fair which I applied lightly to even out my skin. As her skin is very fair in the film, I used a white mixer by Nip n Fab which I applied to the high points of my face like my cheeks, bridge of my nose, forehead etc. I feel like this really brought the look to life and gave it that classic, Moulin Rouge vibe. I then set that in place with the Rimmel Stay Matte powder. 

Moving on to eyebrows, I used a dark blonde shade from the Maybelline Nudes palette. As I got to the tail of my eyebrow, I brought it a lot lower and straighter than usual to make them the same as Satine’s. Her skin was very plain in the film but I decided to add a tiny but of contour to my cheekbones and along the bridge of my nose. I felt like this made my face look more angular to match the character.

The eyeshadow was very simple. I took the shade Gunmetal from the first Urban Decay Naked palette and applied this only to my outer corner, winging it out to create a more dramatic look. I also added a little to my bottom lash line. To finish off the eyes, I added the Rimmel Scandaleyes mascara to my top and bottom lashes. 

For lips, I used two of the Revlon Ultra HD Matte liquid lips. I took the shade Passion which is a dark red and used this mainly on the outer corners. I then used the shade Love which is a much brighter red shade to fill in the centre. (I feel like the names of these lipstick fit the theme of the film perfectly!) I wanted the lips to look very clean and almost doll like as her lipstick looked so perfect in every scene. 

It was honestly so cool to get into this character and recreate her make up. 

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90s Inspired Make up Look


Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re all doing great and are having a fabulous day. Let me know in the comments what you’ve been up to, I’d love to know.

So today I’m taking you all back to the 90s! I find it so interesting seeing how fashion and make up have evolved into what we know today. Trends change so often and I absolutely love that certain elements of 90s fashion have come back.

A few days ago, I came across my hair CRIMPERS! Yes I’d completely forgotten I even had these and haven’t used them in forever. I instantly felt inspired, so I grabbed my demin jacket, and created this 90s inspired make up look for you all.


To start off with, I used my usual base which consisted of the Collection concealer in Extra Fair and set that with my Rimmel Stay Matte powder in Transparent. I think for a 90s look, the base needs to be quite light and natural so I only applied it to the areas where I needed it. Next I filled in my brows using a matte light brown eyeshadow from the Maybelline The Nudes palette. 

Once I had done my regular base, I moved onto blusher. I chose a very nude, light brown shade from the Revolution Sugar & Spice blush palette. I applied a small amount of this to my cheeks, making sure it was subtle. 


For eyes, I wanted it to be kept very clean and simple so I used the L’Oréal Tattoo Signature Super Liner and created a thin line to my lid. I decided not to wing it out as I feel like this was more of a trend we see a lot today. I then chose a matte brown from the same Maybelline eye palette and put this below my bottom lash line. I blended this out slightly for a softer look. 

Time for lips! I was so excited when planning this make up look as I knew the perfect lipstick for this look was going to be Whirl by Mac. The 90s was a time where nude lips were what everyone wore.  I think this lipstick looks so soft and natural. I am the biggest fan of bright lips but it was so nice to switch it up. 

There we go! I really hope you enjoyed this post. I absolutely loved creating this look and I’ve now become slightly obsessed with crimped hair so you’ll be seeing me rocking it a lot over on my Instagram! 

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Perfect Pink Lip

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Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re all doing good!

Since today is National Lipstick Day I thought I’d show you a new lipstick combo I discovered recently. I never normally layer lip products but as soon as I tried these two  together I fell in love.

To start with I used the Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lip in “Obsession”. This lip colour is one of my absolute faves. It’s so comfortable to wear, lasts all day and literally reminds me of a Barbie doll. I then used this lipgloss by Technic in the shade “Fushia.” I applied this just to the centre of the lips as I feel like it gives your lips a fuller look and also makes your lipgloss last longer. This is such a great lipgloss as it’s not sticky and actually dries down so you don’t have to apply it much throughout the day.


I feel like this is something I’m definitely going to try with some of my other lipsticks. If you have a certain lipstick that you wear all the time and feel like switching it up to create a different look, just buy a lipgloss in a similar shade and layer it on top!

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My Week in Outfits


Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re all doing good and lovin’ this gorgeous sun!

Today I’m going to be doing a fashion post. I had a really fun time last week with lots going on which of course meant new outfits! Putting together new, colourful looks is one of my favourite things to do. I spend way too much time looking at clothes in shops, thinking about what accessories and make up would go with them. When I choose an outfit, I want it to feel special from head to toe. I want it to be something that I look back on and remember how amazing I felt wearing it. I’m so passionate about fashion and it makes me feel happy and confident. I remember when I used to be so scared to experiment and try different things like ripped jeans and lipstick. I’m so glad I can now wear whatever I feel like without being worried about what people will think!

Monday to Friday I had a lovely little holiday in Wales and then went to a concert on the Saturday. It has been one of the best weeks and I loved it so much.

 Hope you enjoy!

The Rainbow Jumper:

How. Cute. Is. This. OMG…

This was the outfit I travelled in as I wanted something super cosy but still fun. I bought this little cropped jumper from Primark. This was new as part of their Pride range which is incredible. It’s such a simple design but so effective. The rainbow detail is sewn onto the jumper out of a slightly heavier material which I think is a lovely touch rather than the design being printed on. The inside of this jumper is also so so soft!


The Yellow Dress:

I found this adorable dress in New Look and it was exactly what I was looking for. I wanted something long, flowy and colourful. This dress is made of the loveliest fabric that’s very comfortable and lightweight, which is perfect for summer. The straps are also adjustable which is perfect and the button detail works so well with the pale yellow. I love to put long dresses with a pair of trainers. The ones I’m wearing are from Primark and are a great alternative to Vans.


Blue Stripe Jumpsuit:

I am THE biggest fan of jumpsuits! This one is from Primark and it’s so adorable. It’s made of a chiffon, cotton material that’s very light with the loveliest white and blue striped pattern. This style of jumpsuit is my favourite as it has a culottes style bottom that I wear all the time. With the buttons down the front it really reminds me of pyjamas which I think is so cool. This jumpsuit goes perfectly with a bright red lip!


Blue and Black Stripe Jumper:

I actually bought this jumper while I was on holiday. We went to Llandudno for the day and it was a bit chilly so I picked this up from Primark. It’s another cropped jumper in the most beautiful blue. I absolutely love the slouchy fit with the little sport neck. It looks so great with a pair of black ripped jeans. I’m wearing my favourite Joni jeans from Topshop which I’ve had for so long. This was so fun to wear and i’d love Primark to release it in different colours.


THE Rainbow Pants:

On the Saturday, we went to see STEPS and ahhh I was soo excited! They are a band that I’ve grown up with and their concerts are absolutely incredible. I wanted to wear something fun that would stand out so I chose these rainbow trousers. They’re from Primark and they’re made of a chiffon, silky material that sits so nicely. I decided to pair it with this t shirt from Zara and a pair of chunky heeled sandals. I honestly felt so amazing wearing this outfit!


Sunglasses: The ones I’m wearing are from Peacocks and I absolutely love them! I was a little worried as they’re pretty oversized but I think they really complete an outfit. I especially love the purple and green tinted lenses! 

Bag: Okayyy if you follow me on Instagram you will see that I’ve been living in this little red bag! This is another gorgeous thing from Peacocks. I was on the look out for a new bag for so long. I saw this one and instantly loved it. It’s a great size and is the most lovely vibrant red. As you can see in this post, it works with any outfit! 

Nails: The nail polish I wore was from Essie called “Fifth Avenue”. I absolutely love red nails and this polish is the most beautiful shade that looks incredible with just one coat. 

Lips: The lipstick I lived in all week was my trusty Revlon Ultra HD Matte Lip in “Love”. I know I feature this in every post but it’s still THE best red lip I’ve tried.


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Simple Rainbow Make Up Look


Hello lovelies!

I hope you’re all doing great and loving this gorgeous sunny weather. Today I really fancied doing a make up post because it’s been so long since my last one! I don’t do many make up posts but when I do, I always want it do be something different and fun.

Since it’s Pride month, I felt inspired to create a rainbow look that would be perfect for any of you going to parades, parties or just any music festivals this year.


My idea behind this look was to create a colourful explosion that was very simple but effective. Any of you can create this look, all you’ll need is:

  • Rainbow face crayons (you can also use face paints or eye shadows)
  • Rainbow highlighter
  • Black eyeliner pencil
  • Black mascara
  • Matte brown lip liner
  • Metallic nude liquid lipstick
  • White face paint

I Used: Revlon Ultra HD Matte lip in “Glow”, Mac lip liner in “Whirl”, Nip & Fab White Mixer, Technic Rainbow Highlighter, Rimmel black waterproof liner, Red facepaint, Claire’s face crayons

I started off by doing my plain base (foundation, powder & brows) and used a white foundation all around my eyes. This will help your rainbow colours be the brightest they can.

I then chose 6 different colours and applied them randomly around my eyes. How you do this is totally up to you. I put the colours above my eyebrows, on the inner/outer corner of my eyes and also bragged it quite far down my cheeks. I decided to do one eye with red, orange and yellow and the other eye with green, pink and blue. 

I applied some black liner to my upper and lower waterline and added some mascara.

For an extra sparkle, I used a rainbow highlighter to the colours to give them more dimension.

For lips, I used a soft brown lip liner and then applied a metallic nude lip. I feel like when you have quite a bright, full on eye look, a simple lip goes really well.

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