I’ve decided to write a post where instead of reviewing a product that I already own, I could talk about what I’d like to own and why it’s caught my eye etc for something a bit different. Whether you get ideas for something you may like or for someone else, or you read about something that you may not have heard of yet, I hope you enjoy reading this. I’d also love to know what products you’re loving to look of and keen to try.
These are just a few of the many things I’d love to have so maybe there’ll be more parts.
I’ve been seeing this product everywhere and I’ve watched and read so many good reviews on it. I love a pop of glitter for a full glam look and it can often be so hard to find a shadow that’s pigmented enough with little fallout. This product seems to tick all of those boxes and I love that it’s available in so many colours. The shades that I’m most interested in are Kitten Karma, Bronzed Bell or Rose Gold Retro.
These cost $35AUD and can be bought from Mecca. I think it’s a pretty good price for what it is and pretty on par with similar items. I find it more accurate to compare this item to a lipstick instead of an eyeshadow seeing as the products are more similar, and then the price is more justified.
The Mecca Max brand has just recently launched in Australia and considering that it’s from a store that sells high-end products, the prices are gobsmackingly cheap so it immediately had my attention. Then when I was watching reviews and the words “satin finish” were used, I was sold (and they said it was a great foundation that wore for a long time). But a satin finish I just my absolute most favourite finish because it looks the most like healthy skin, without being too dewy and wet looking, and not looking too matte and dry. It’s the perfect happy medium and is exactly what I’m after.
This product costs on $32AUD from Mecca which is an amazing price for a high/middle-end foundation.
I’ve been so keen to find an illuminating primer and I’ve loved the look of the Becca Backlight Priming Filter for so long, and from the look of this, it looks like a dupe. It has that very glowy look from the initial application that then peaks through the foundation. I much prefer having a glowy primer than a dewy foundation as I find that I can adjust the amount of glow that I want, where I want it and when I want to be glowy.
It costs $20AUD from Mecca which is a pretty reasonable price.
Lastly, the Colour Pop No Filter Concealer caught my attention immediately as it’s super cheap, high coverage, no too thick and cruelty-free. I don’t know what more I could ask for. I have quite a collection of concealers at the moment that I should probably use up first though…
This product costs $6USD from the Colour Pop website.
❤ All of these products are cruelty-free which is so awesome and the way all makeup should be!