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New Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick – Review – Perfect For Pale Skin

In terms of foundation, Bobbi Brown was always my go to for a long lasting, natural base. My colour (Alabaster), was the perfect shade of pale, and there was a vast amount of different types so you would always find the perfect one to suit your skin. Yes, Bobbi Brown is a high-end brand, so you will be paying more for … [Read more...]

Let Yer Bright Lipstick Do The Talkin’: Two Perfect Shades For Pale Skin

I’ve mentioned before what a massive lipstick fan I am. I literally own hundreds of shades (check out two of my favourite shades in the latest Bourjois range here and two Chubby Sticks I'm loving by Clinique and Revlon here), and could quite possibly open my own lipstick shop. On the subject of lipsticks’, I’m going to … [Read more...]

Revlon Nearly Naked Foundation: A Good One For Pale Skin – Review and Pictures

I spotted this one as I was leaving Boots yesterday and I'm not gonna lie, the picture of the stunning Emma Stone beside it was what almost made me buy the thing! (I've spoken about some of Emma's best beauty looks before, read about them here). Emma is my favourite pale faced celebrity at the moment and being that … [Read more...]

Perfect Foundation For Pale Skin: Dainty Doll Liquid Foundation (Review)

When it coms to any kind of make up, before I even think about eye shadows, blusher or go near a lipstick, it is essential that I get the base foundation right, and most importantly: get the colour match absolutely perfect. This however, is rather challenging when you've been blessed with an Irish skin tone that is so … [Read more...]

Banish those Blemishes with these Skincare Essentials

When it comes to taking care of my skin, I'm really cautious about what I put onto it. My skin is pale, sensitive and extremely prone to blemishes, so I find that I can't keep chopping and changing my skincare routine - not if I want my skin to stay in good condition. This has its upsides in that I continually use … [Read more...]