Hey everyone, hope you're all well and having a lovely start to easter weekend and the easter bunny brings you all lots of chocolate! :)
Lately I've been having lots of views, emails and more comments on posts so I want to say a BIG thankyou to everyone who is making this blog better!
Some of you may have seen the new FAQ page which I have created and I did this because the amount of emails I was getting daily was steadily creeping up and up!
So I thought I would be helpful and do a (sort of) questions and answer page with the most frequently asked questions!
Keep sending me emails and questions as I LOVE reading them and I do reply to everyone! :)
Continuing with post I will be writing about and eyebrow pencil which I have fallen in love with all over again by MAC!
|MAC spiked eyebrow pencil|
It's called 'Spiked' yes a little bit strange to call a pencil spiked but MAC know's best! It's a dark-medium colour which in my experience seems to suit ALL skin tones and All hair colours, I've used this on brunettes, red-heads, blondes etc and it has suited everyone.
On my RECENT WORK page ALL models/celebs are wearing this pencil as it's natural yet gives definition to your eyebrows!
What's the impotance of filling in your eyebrows you might ask? Well it 'frames' your face and I know a lot of people will be like 'huh, whats framing my face' so here goes!!
Eyebrows are the number one thing to work on to bring a look together, make you look awake, alert and instantly younger.
When your eyebrows are not groomed YOU don't look groomed, your eye area looks tired, unlifted and you don't look as healthy as you could be.
(Add a touch of highlighter under your eyebrows too!)
|MAC eyebrow pencil|
As you can see in the photo above you don't need to sharpen it which is good and bad.
Good because you don't end up with too sharp or too blunt edges.
Bad because it's not the most hygienic thing around.
Although what I tend to do (which might be weird) after each time I use it is I cut off the end with a sharp knife leaving me with a brand new part meaning it's clean! :)
When you twist this you can't bring the pencil back in, once it's done, it's done so only twist it till you see the tip and you can fill in/define your eyebrows!
I've twisted it more so I could show all you gorgeous readers what it looks like! :)
Here you can see what type of look you can achieve with this pencil.
If you like really strong looking eyebrows then you can achieve that look by lining your eyebrows in strong sweeps.
If you like the natural look like me then you can easily achieve this by filling in your eyebrows with light strokes which just about show.
If you like what you see then you can purchase this from MAC's website.
I highly recommend it but if you are on a budget you can buy Marks&Spencer's eyebrow pencil which has a blender/smudger/comb on one end which also gives you lovely, healthy looking eyebrows! I use colour cocoa!
Anyway my lovely readers, the next post I'll be writing about is an event I attened during the week where my skincare company LaylaD Natural Beauty provided goody bags for the models!
I've already had brilliant feedback from the girls using the products....I'm just waiting for the wonderful photos to come through from the press!! Wooo :)