Wednesday, 1 August 2018


I think natural collection is one of boots own brands and its completely cruelty free. Natural collection is one of the cheapest brands I know, so its pretty much available to everyone, with none of the products I bought being over £5. I have used natural collection products when I was younger, but I didn't have any in my collection prior to buying these products to test.

I also love the simple packaging with the embossed product names, I can't deny I thought I could get some cute insta photos with these. And for the price you can't really complain about the plastic packaging.


So recently I have been wearing less powder, but I still always like to set my concealer in place, and also pop some on my chin, which is my most oily area. This powder mattifies my skin and doesn't make me look really cakey so I am really happy with this powder.

BRONZER (£1.99)

I wasn't overly impressed with the bronzer. It isn't the most pigmented bronzer in the world, so maybe if you were really pale I think this would be a great bronzer to add a slight warmth to your skin. It is a shimery bronzer which I don't really have a problem with, although I tend to use matte bronzers most of the time. It does add light bronzey tone, but I normally like to go for more warmth than this bronzer gives.

BLUSH (£1.99)

I'm trying to get into wearing blusher a bit more, its not something I have ever been super bothered about, since I have naturally rosey cheeks. But I really loved this colour, and when I wear a lot of makeup I think blush adds a nice dimension to the face. This blusher is nice too as it blends out really well and it's not too pigmented so it is very subtle.


I really like clear brow gels as I tend to fill in my brows pretty heavily, but I need something to keep them in place. This gel doesn't make them hard or crispy but it does keep them in place really well.  It is also super affordable so you can't really ask for anything more.

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