Friday, 24 March 2017

Bright Eyes



Some products can completely change your makeup look and make you look and feel like you've had the perfect nights sleep- even though you were probably up late watching netflix. 

A V O C A D O E Y E C R E A M, K I E H L S

I love this eye cream, its very cool and hydrating on the skin and so feels amazing after a long day. This eye cream is thicker than ones i've used in the past and resembles more of a face cream when applied, despite this it doesn't feel heavy on this skin and absorbs nice and quickly. This cream is light green in colour and has no smell, at first I was expecting an avocado scent but it's unscented so perfect for those with sensitive skin. 

S H R O O M E Y E S H A D O W, M A C

Another trick I love to do to make my eyes look brighter and radiant is add some inner corner highlight and underneath the brow bone highlight, this makes such a huge difference! Shroom is a satin finish eyeshadow from MAC and so doesn't come across glittery, therefore it's a lovely subtle eyeshadow to use to brighten up the eye area. 

N A K E D C O N C E A L E R, U R B A N D E C A Y 

Before trying this product I never realised how different concealers could be. Being a drugstore girl i'd tried the likes of Maybelline and Rimmel and thought that they all pretty much did the same thing, that was until I discovered this beauty.. This concealer is INCREDIBLE and completely changes how I/ my under eye bags look, I love it so much I have already used up two tubes and have a backup waiting just incase I run out again. It's super creamy yet easy to blend and doesn't cake under the eyes, when used with a setting powder it also stays in place all day.. an under eye hero product! 

what are your favourite products to use to brighten up your eyes?


Love, 

Dayna 
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  1. I love the Naked Skin concealer!! I've got the lightest shade and its really, really brightens my eyes!
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