I decided to get this up on my YouTube channel too so you can see it in action, definitely let me know if this is something you'd like to see more of!
I prefer to have my swatch and review posts up on a Sunday so it's all organised in my Sunday Swatches posts and hashtags; I've worked doubly triply hard to do this today (because YouTube videos in themselves are hard work!) so I hope you enjoy <3
So I put out a Twitter Poll about which post my followers would like to see more/first and the Huda Beauty palette surprisingly won the vote (despite it being sold out).
In this review post, I will try and compare it to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance (ABH MR) palette (see my review here), and as always, will give my honest opinion and who I would recommend it for, so keep reading!
So this is the second post in my series of foundation posts and it is of the Urban Decay All Nighter foundation today, which is a full coverage foundation. I did briefly try out these foundations on my Snapchat (safiyahtasneem), with live swatches so if you're not following me there, I suggest you do for further mini reviews and swatches.
Before I start, I'm going to recap of the Urban Decay Naked Skin foundationwhich I reviewed back in 2012 here. My thoughts are somewhat still the same on the Naked skin foundation but in all honesty I don't wear foundation on a daily basis as I don't feel like I need to but if I did, Naked Skin would probably be my choice more so than this All Nighter foundation or any other similar lightweight foundation.
I have however found since experimenting a bit more with different shades of UD Naked Skin, that the .0 shades aren't as yellow as I'd have liked them to be and shade 7.0 is slightly dark for me.
5.0 seems quite pink and 6.0 slightly yellower in Naked Skin and I found that in the sample of All Nighter, the 5.0 seemed pinker than the other two I was sent (4.0 and 6.0).
In this post I'll be showing the shades 4.0 (as it seemed the yellowest) and 6.0 for a possible colour match for warmer South Asian complexions.
I recently got sent some of the beaut products from the Estee Lauder x Victoria Beckham collaboration and went through the products on my Snapchat/Instagram Stories (it's faster and easier to do so over there than writing up most times, so make sure you follow me!).
I decided to try and recreate this look that was done on Kendall Jenner for this campaign and luckily I had a gorgeous Kardashian/Jenner looking model (Yasmin Badi) to do so with.. and film for my YouTube channel!
It isn't my usual "style" of makeup and more of an editorial type look that I decided to create as I felt I had enough of the products to try it with.
Read on for the full list of products and YouTube tutorial and let me know what you think below.
I've decided to do a series of foundation posts as foundation is one of the key products I always get asked about my opinion on as a makeup artist, particularly for warmer South Asian complexions.
I'm going to start off the series with a recap of the Too Faced Born This WayFoundationwhich I reviewed just over a year ago (here). My thoughts are still the same on the foundation (I still give it a 4.5 out of 5!) so the difference between this post and the last is just a bit more info about the shades I own and recommend for warmer skintones as well as updated swatches.. read on for more!
Soooo, after my last eye make up tutorial, I'm back with another "simple" full face one this time and I'm hoping it is of some benefit to my lovely followers out there!
I half contemplated not putting it up on YouTube to be honest, as I had to record on my Camcorder (which doesn't record in as great quality as my SLR) and I was out of shot a lot due to my mirror, but I salvaged what I could and hope you enjoy anyway!