Monday, 15 July 2013

What's in my travel make-up?

This week I am off on a little UK break with my dad, enjoying some of the lovely sunshine we are having here in Wales at the moment! I'm not a huge fan of the heat, in fact I much prefer winter - so I'll be relaxing in the shade just taking time to 'chill' and have some me time! This time around I've tried my hardest to pack lightly and I think I've done pretty well considering this is for a whole week! It probably has something to do with the fact that when it's this hot I don't tend to wear a great deal of make-up as it just doesn't stay put! 

Make-up bag - Poundland (how cute is this for £1?!) 
Brush holder - Banggood*


Brush-wise I decided to take this handy blue brush travel case that separates into two brush holders (very similar to the sigma holders, only a fraction of the price) - which I know will come in handy when I won't have a whole desk to get ready at in the mornings. Although to some, 9 brushes for one week may sound a bit excessive - I think I did well narrowing it down this far. 

For face brushes I have my foundation brush, my mineral powder brush and stipple brush from elf and this fab angled face brush from ebay! I've also packed a couple of eye brushes including my sigma e25 blending brush and some other eye shadow brushes. Finally I've included my flat topped small foundation brush which works amazingly for concealer and was only £2 from ebay


 Make-up (including links to any previews reviews on this blog)

Bourjois cream blush in 02 
Mac MSF in soft and gentle - reviewed here
Sleek face kit in fair 
Nivea oil free moisturiser - reviewed here 
MUA undress your skin primer 
Revlon nearly naked foundation in vanille - reviewed here 
Rimmel Stay Matte powder - reviewed here
Mac studiofix concealer in NW15 
Avon infinitize mascara -  reviewed here
Avon glimmer stick brow pencil in blonde 
Clean and clear spot treatment 
Avon eye primer - reviewed here
Essence quad in to die for 
Malibu lip balm SPF30 - reviewed here
Rimmel moisture renew lipstick in nottinghill nude - MAC shygirl dupe
Avon colourtrend lip stain in melon drama 


I'd say that was pretty good going for a week? 

Jess 
xo

*item gifted by banggood

6 comments:

  1. I think that's very good for a week :D
    That brush holder is fantastic as well, keeps the brushes away from the make up and doubles as little pots when you're doing your make up.

    Juyey xx

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    1. I thought to too! Yes, it's fab - it made travelling SO much easier! xo

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  2. The brush holder looks really handy :) The sleek face kit is a good idea, everything you need in one space.

    Hayley
    Water Painted Dreams
    xxx

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    1. It came in handy - and saved my brushes getting all squished in a bag! It's fab - 3 face products in 1, you can't go wrong haha! :) xo

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  3. That brush holder looks awesome! Great picks in ur makeup bag too!Beth May Blogs
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