I guess most people do this, but I started this years Christmas preparations feeling very organised. I knew what I was getting people, I even started ordering things in September, but somehow I was still Christmas shopping today! How does this always happen? Next year I’m starting in June!Continue reading “Blogmas 2019, Days 16-20: The Last Minute Christmas Panic has Started!”
Models Own have recently released some eyeshadow palettes and, as I was planning on getting a couple of other things from their site anyway, I added one of them to my basket. There are two kinds of eyeshadow palette, the cream one being limited edition and costing £19.99 with only one colour option and the powder eyeshadows being £14.99 and with a range of colours available. There are nine different variations of the powder eyeshadow palette and I think there’s one for anyone really. They have the neutral Barely There, the neons in Full Moon and various combinations of mattes and shimmers in different colour palettes. Some of these are available on Asos and Superdrug but some are only on the Models Own site at the moment.
The colour I chose is called Vintage Rose, one of the ones that’s only available on their own site now, it’s got a combination of mattes, shimmers and some matte bases with glitter in a combination of neutrals and a splash of other colours, mainly purples. It says there’s a matte midnight blue in there but it’s so dark to me it’s more of a black if it’s the colour I think they’re talking about. I was interested to see how these compare to other palettes out there at the moment as they do cost more and have ten colours in compared to some other brands’ twelve. There are ten pans of 0.7g of product and it comes with a double ended brush which is a nice change from the sponge tip applicator you often get in these palettes.