Empties……….Chanel, Estee Lauder, Dior and More!

•November 19, 2017 • 2 Comments

Hi Everyone,

Empties time. Not so many this time but i hate keeping them because they look a mess. I don’t bother putting in some empties i have talked about too many times before either.

Lets get right to it then.

Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum.

I buy this time and time again. A complete cult beauty product and the original hyaluronic acid serum.

Its a must in anyones collection and i’ve already started my new one. I always notice the difference in my skin if i don’t use it for a month. It is really that good and worth every penny. Lines just half their thickness and fine ones almost disappear. Skin is smooth and soft and free from irritation.

Estée Lauder Resilience Lift, Firming Sculpting Eye Cream.

A very nice eye cream. Not sure if i noticed a huge difference with this. I certainly didn’t notice any negative effects though. It didn’t dry out my eyes or cause any puffiness. This was a deluxe sample size and i will probably use up my others before i decide what to buy next.

Batiste Dry Shampoo (Travel Size).

I buy the full sizes all the time but when i was travelling to the USA, I decided to buy the mini size for travelling.

You get a full weeks use out of using it every day, which is great. I bought 3 on 3 for 2. I’m so glad i did because, it is so expensive in the States to buy. 10 Dollars for the medium size. No Kidding! Its only £4.00 for the large one here.

It is however, the best dry shampoo out there.

Diorshow Maximizer 3D Lash Primer.

I always buy this one and it is great. Not sure why they needed to add 3D to the title though.It hasn’t changed over the years in any way. It gives fab long, lashes that make a great base for the second coat of mascara itself.

It works well with all other mascara brands too. A must for girls who want super lashes like me. It lasts ages too.

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Lift and Firm Eye Cream SPF15.

The SPF attracted me to this eyecream. You don’t often see it in eye creams and i now know why.

It is a really nice eye cream but you really have to be super careful how much you apply. Even the tiniest amount too much and your eyes will be sore; at least mine where. The SPF in the cream acts as a bit of an irritant on sensitive skin.

It’s one of those situations! Great eye protection from the sun but suffer the slight chapped feelings at the outer corners of my eye or; no protection from the sun, no irritation from most other eyecreams without SPF.

I am still debating.

Kérastase K Laque Couture Medium hold Hairspray.

I bought this in a sale because i am never going to pay full price for it. Saying that, it is an exceptionally great hairspray. Gives really great hold with the lightest almost whisper of a spray.

Brushes out instantly and no harsh crispy feeling hair. Nice, very mild fragrance. A great product. A re-purchase for sure, when its on offer of course!

Chanel ‘Les Exclusifs de Chanel’ No22 Eau de Parfum.

OH MY! What a fragrance. I managed to get a couple of samples of this when i was in ‘The Forum’ shopping Mall in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

I was buying other Chanel items and tried this out in the store. I was immediately in love. The SA was very kind enough to give me a couple of sample vails to take away.

A seriously powerful fragrance rich in Aldehydes. If you like N0 5, you will love this. It is rich and powerful, how a high end fragrance should be. (Pictured above is the second vial i had left).

I added it to my Santa wish list for Christmas. Fingers crossed.

There you have it. My empties from the past couple of months.

Take care and i will see you all soon 😉


Chanel Haul……………….Holiday Numero 2. In The Red!

•November 13, 2017 • 3 Comments

Hi Everyone,

Well, i haven’t really got into the Chanel Holiday Collections for the past two years. Just not the colours for me and the collection lacks that special holiday feeling that was present in previous holiday collections.

Anyway, the one thing that I really like from this years Libre Numero Rouges holiday collection are; the Rouge Allure lipsticks.

All lipsticks in the collection are numbered 1-4 and number 2 is my favourite.

Number one has a very pink base. Number 3 is a blue-based true red and; number 4 has an orange undertone, which i don’t wear well.

Rouge Allure Velvet Luminous Matte Lip Colour No 2.

I really like this one because it is a cool toned raspberry red with a slight blue/purple undertone that shows in low light. It is a more wearable colour for people who have slightly yellow teeth, like myself.

Red is such a hard colour to wear anyway. Why make it harder than it needs to be?

The Rouge Allure lipstick is the best formula from Chanel. Saturated with colour and staying power and comes in beautiful click top packaging. They don’t cost a ridiculous price and are smooth and creamy. The matte is no exception. Chanel brought out the ‘comfortable matte’ lipstick a number of years ago and all the rest have followed suit.

Luminous and non-drying, they make even older lips like mine look great.

I also love this LE red packaging for the holiday season. Once the lipstick has finished, you can transfer the red top to any other Rouge Allure lipsticks you own. This is a real winner for me in the collection.

What i love especially about Chanel lipsticks is, they never transfer onto my teeth whereas; other high end brands do.

(Below are some comparisons with other red lipsticks i own. No 2 is very similar to Audacieuse and Romantic. Both are also Rouge Allure lipsticks).

Ombre Première Longwear Cream Eyeshadow. 806 Terre Brûlée.

The next thing i bought was; this wonderful Ombre Première eyeshadow.

Terre Brûlée is a highly pigmented warm copper shade which makes blue eyes pop. I do own other shades of copper from other brands but they are all different in tone.

I had been wanting this one for quite some time because i own Undertone, (Ombre Première) and; Rouge Brûlée, (new Illusion D’Ombre); other colours in this range and i love them so much.

(Above; Comparisons with some other copper eyeshadows i own. Tigre has pink sparkles and a pink undertone to it. Copperfield is a cooler tone and both shades from the quads are browner in tone. Météore is high in glitter and far less pigmented). 

These eyeshadows are nothing like the original Illusion D’Ombre eyeshadows, (although i like them too). They are more of a cream eyeshadow that do not dry and are without the glitter. They are very well pigmented and do not crease in the eye socket at all. Very multi-faceted in colour and just blend out beautifully and i’m so happy i bought this one.

(Below left; Fluffy wants some expensive lunch and right; just a typical Sunday in my back garden, taking photo’s of my arm. What must the neighbours think ?!!)

There you have it. My Chanel picks for the holiday season. Not much money spent there compared with other years.

Take care and i will see you all soon. 😉

Chanel Gabrielle Eau de Parfum……………..Chanel Playing It Safe?!!

•October 29, 2017 • 4 Comments

Hi Everyone

Chanel perfumes are probably my all time favourite. Decadent and distinct with their complex formulations. There isn’t many i don’t like. I never walk past a Chanel counter without spraying one of the gorgeous fragrances on myself.

When i heard that Chanel were to release a brand new perfume for the first time in 15 years, i was excited. It was to be called Gabrielle after the great lady herself. It had to be a winner.


Before it was ever released in the UK, bottles of Gabrielle were given out at official press launches to various Youtubers and Bloggers for review. (I would have loved to attend them events). Reviews were very polarising.

Everyone who reviewed it agreed that the bottle is beautifully designed, simple and quite light in weight. Some loved the perfume, some hated it; some disappointed, underwhelmed and some said it is reminiscent of Une Fleur de Chanel, a perfume released by Chanel in the 1990’s. So, what do i think?

The Packaging.

I totally agree with most on the bottle design. I love the square angular bottle with four facets that represent the four main notes of tuberose, jasmine, ylang ylang and orange blossom. It is very elegant, as you would expect from Chanel.

The box is a beige/gold and is instantly recognisable as Chanel packaging. Simple and understated.

The Perfume.          

Top Notes.

Mandarin, Blackcurrant and Grapefruit. All of these hit my senses with blackcurrant being prominant on the first spray. I don’t like the opening of this fragrance so, i’m glad it quickly fades after 5-10 minutes.

Middle Notes.

Tuberose, Orange Blossom, Jasmine and Ylang Ylang. I get a mild hit of these notes and the ylang-ylang and orange blossom stay quite some time. Approx. 3 hours

Base Notes.

Sandalwood, Musk. The musk remains until the end along with the top note, grapefruit. The sandalwood is fairly weak.My Thoughts.

What i do like about this fragrance is, that it isn’t sweet like the awful Poisin Girl or Candy. It’s more crisp and citrusy with orange blossom and woody/musky undertones. A very pleasant and inoffensive fragrance.

I don’t agree with other reviewers who claim it smells like a cheap scent. No it doesn’t! it isn’t instantly recognisable as a Chanel fragrance; however, It does have an even balance of the four middle notes.

What i don’t like about it is, it hasn’t got the complex depth or headiness of an EDP. Like some reviewers; i have to agree that it is missing the Chanel DNA. In fairness, Chanel do not market it this way. They do play on the current trend of the ‘less is more’, perfume.

I would hazzard a guess at, the more we spray the more we pay being the current trend.Comparisons.

When i decided to review this perfume, i was stuck on what to write. I just couldn’t decide on what i thought of it.

What helped me decide was; i compared it with Chance, (my favourite Chanel perfume) on one arm and Gabrielle on the other. I wanted to see how long it would last on my skin, in comparison. I know it wasn’t a test done in a lab under scientific conditions, but it would approx. determine how it lasted and what fragrance was still present near the end.

It didn’t last as long as Chance, (5 hours) while Gabrielle lasted 3 hours.

I then compared it with Chanel No 5 L’Eau and this is were it won the longevity race.

L’Eau is another ‘modern’ Chanel fragrance which fades on me quite quickly; although, the top notes of Aldehydes last quite well.

Gabrielle ends with warm musky, woody orange notes and finally; in its last 30 minutes i get more grapefruit than anything else.

Final Verdict.

I do like it! No I don’t love it the way i adore Chance or Coco Noir; however, i enjoy wearing it.

It has equal amounts of crispy citrus and warm floral notes. Very natural and not sweet. Not girly, nor ageing. Quite a good balance.

Would i buy it again? Given the choice, i would consider another Chanel perfume over this one, if i had finished that first.

Chanel opted for a crowd pleaser that will target all age ranges (and why not? They are in business to make money) because, it is a very safe perfume that will never offend your co-workers.

Modern perfumes have come full circle, because perfume started out with very few notes until; ironically, Gabrielle Chanel came along.

I believe Olivier Polge, (Perfumer who created Gabrielle) misses the point when it comes to Gabrielle, herself.

She built a very powerful company from nothing, by taking risks. She also challenged perfumers of her time, by introducing the complex layers of ingredients that make up heady; unforgetable perfumes while, they were still on one and two flowery notes.

I always want a fragrance that is risky; plays with my heart and leaves me wondering what is yet to emerge, as it warms on my skin one layer after another.

Gabrielle herself, delivered this with one of the worlds best selling perfumes, No 5. Hence, the legend!

Now! What would she have thought of her namesake?

Gabrielle retails in the UK for £112/100ml. Have you tried it yet?

Take care and i will see you all soon. 😉

NARS Haul………………Man Ray Fall Collection 2017.

•October 22, 2017 • 10 Comments

Hi Everyone,

Recently, i bought NARS powermatte lip pigments and i was really impressed with them. (Review to come).

It seems to me, NARS have really improved the quality of some of their products over the past few years.

I was looking for a new highlighter (I don’t own many.Honestly!) and; i’m just really into highlighters at the moment.

I had seen the photo of the new amazing Man Ray collection on Instagram and fell in love with the highlighter. Therefore, I went to buy that and only that and of course! I saw the lip gloss to and had to have that as well.

Man Ray

Man Ray was a Photographer famed for surreal art. Born in the US in 1890, he relocated to France in 1930 and his work was very influenced by Sigmund Freud.

Francois Nars has paid homage to the man and his famous ‘The Lovers’, piece in this collection hence, the lips printed on all the packaging and in some of the pressed powders.

Overexposed Glow Highlighter. Double Take.

For me, this is one of the best pieces of the collection. Its a beautiful metallic gold highlighter.

A warm yellow/gold with the Man Ray lips imprinted on the powder.

It looks like its a generous size in the pan; however, it is only 6.5gm in size and highlighters normally range from 8 -10gm. Priced at £28.00, it is inexpensive for a good quality highlighter so, this more than makes up for its lack of weight.

When i swatched it for the first time, it was very smooth and pigmented with a slight metallic finish. No chunky glitters and it blends out quickly. It’s a very universal shade which can be used on the eyes for highlighting, over the top of the lip as well as cheek bones.

Photogloss Lip Lacquer, Muse.

Muse is a warm yellow gold lip lacquer with golden and rose gold shimmer. It is ideal for a lipstick topper and for an evening out. It can be worn alone but i am too pale to pull it off. This will be incredible on darker skin tones.

It glides on the lips without feeling sticky or gloopy and feels very comfortable with a good amount of slip. It lasts very well over lipstick too.

The small pointed doe foot glides the product over the lips with quite precise ease. It is not the best applicator i have used for lip products like this but it still works well.

I must admit, i wouldn’t have really called this particular shade a lip lacquer, more a lip gloss. I cannot tell the difference because this shade is not fully opaque like other lip lacquers i own (Dior).

Saying that, the plum and beige shade in this collection are much more opaque and have no glitter.

The gloss does have a slightly unusual fragrance but isn’t strong and doesn’t transfer to the mouth in taste.

The SA tried this on on me over the Audatious lipstick, Anita and it worked beautifully. I prefer it on top of darker lipsticks myself and over my Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Lipstick Nightfall, in particular. (Above left without and right with gloss) Works a dream and takes the dark edge off the lipstick and brings it to life.

Final Thoughts.

The whole of the Man Ray collection is very impressive. The duo eyeshadows are lovely and i may get one before they are gone.

I picked up both the highlighter and lip lacquer because i don’t own these shades. These will get plenty of wear.

They were very reasonably priced for the quality and both will make fantastic Christmas presents because they are universally flattering.

My SA in NARS at Harvey Nichols, has invited me back next week to have a complimentary lesson in smoky eyes. I can’t wait and will keep you posted.

Take care and i will see you all soon. 😉


I am 5 …………. 5 Years of Honest Beauty Blogging!

•October 13, 2017 • 13 Comments

Hi Everyone,

OMG! Is my blog really 5 years old now? Well, i got a notification off WordPress to say it is.Have things changed 

 Not that much. I still love Chanel, although i think its not quite got the hold on me as much as maybe 6-8 years ago or; i have so much makeup now that i could create any look i ever wanted without really buying anything new.

Do i still enjoy writing?

If i’m really honest, i don’t have a lot of time and i have a ton of products i still haven’t written about yet so, maybe its waning a tad. I do try to keep up and now i’m back from my hols, i’ll have another go at it.

Thing is, i never thought my blog would still be going after all this time so i’m really pleased it still is.

Have i learned anything this year?

Have I ?!! I think the ‘paid’ bloggers are becoming more transparent. Especially when they keep posting about the same products as each other at the same time. Hmmm !!

I am a bit miffed that there are very few bloggers in my age group. 40-50. The stats prove that this is the age group that spends the most on beauty products.

I love Ann-Marie’s blog, check it out. Ann-Marie writes some great posts which i can relate to.

I have little interest in high street beauty at all or anyone talking about anti-ageing products when they are many years away from needing them.

I only buy what i want to and i tend to watch vids from the little youtubers and read blogs from little bloggers like myself more and more because i believe in them. Not fairy lights in the background and fancy camera work from a whole production team.

What does the future hold?

More of the same. It is what it is. I don’t get paid to write posts and i don’t get sent any freebies. Yes, it would be nice; however, i would only write what i wanted to write. I need to keep my integrity so that you get thorough and honest reviews from me.

That is very important to me and in the five years, i have never been dishonest about any product i have reviewed so i’m chuffed with that and why should that change ?!

With that all said, thanks once again for popping by, following me and commenting and i do really appreciate it. It shows that i’m not writing to an empty space and people do appreciate me and thats what keeps me writing.

P.S Some pics from my amazing holiday touring the west coast of USA. Planning my next adventure!

Thanks guys and here’s to the next five years hopefully. 😉


The Used and Abused Makeup Tag. Part 2……………….Eyes & Lips.

•August 20, 2017 • 4 Comments

Hi Everyone,

As mentioned in part one of this two part instalment; here, I generally do not do tag posts as a rule unless they are worth doing and i like this one.

In part one i did my face products. In part two i will concentrate on eyes and lips. If i did this in one post it would have become quite lengthy and i know i don’t read posts that go on and on.

So with that said, lets get stuck in to my used and abused eye and lip products.



Chanel Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil, 30 Brun Naturel.

Its the only eyebrow pencil that actually matches my natural brow. I have re-purchased this 3 times and am half way through the third one now. It blends out lovely and stays once its set. Just lovely and not that expensive for Chanel either. Below left swatch; Chanel Brun Naturel and right is MAC Dirty Blonde.

MAC Fluidline Brow Gelcreme. Dirty Blonde.

I do like MAC’s Dirty Blond and have the brow gel in this, it is slightly lighter than my natural brow colour and i still also use this when i want a slightly lighter brow. Another lovely product that is quite effortless. Even though i have put a dent in this, it will probably still last me another year or so.


I love cream eyeshadows more and more as i’m getting older. They are very flattering to more maturing eyes. I also have a couple of my many powder eyeshadows that i am making a bit of a dent in to show you.

This is just a snap shot of my eyeshadows. I use many more.

Chanel Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow 97 New Moon.

I don’t care what anyone says, these two Illusion D’Ombre eyeshadows i’m about to show you beat all of the new Ombre Premiere eyeshadows just released. They are so unique.

New moon is just a gorgeous brown/gold/pink eyeshadow that works well as a topper because of the high amount of glitter in this one. It is a very unique shade that is stunning in fact; Chanel released this one twice as LE because it was so popular. That has to be a first.  Don’t get me wrong, i do like the new eyeshadows, they just aren’t unique or ground breaking in any way. Below swatches left; Illusion D’Ombre New Moon, Centre; Illusion D’Ombre Diapason, Right; Bobbi Brown Beach Bronze. 

Chanel Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow, 92 Diapason.

Never have i ever used an eyeshadow more beautiful than this one. Chanel need to replicate it again. It is a stunning purple with teal and pink micro shimmer.  A very flattering long wear eyeshadow that works well on its own and paired with brown and pink shades.

Bobbi Brown Long Wear Cream Shadow, 16 Beach Bronze.

My all time favourite eyeshadow from BB. A lovely shade of deep brown with hints of golden micro shimmer that works with nearly every other eyeshadow i own and believe me, that is many. Very creamy, easy to blend and once set, doesn’t budge all day. I have seriously dented this one.

Onto my powder eyeshadows.

Chanel Les Ombres 4 Eyeshadow Palette. 16 Murano.

One of my favourite all time palettes in the baked formula from Chanel. I love teal and it works well with my blue/grey eyes.

It is a shade very rarely found in eyeshadow palettes although, Chanel have released an updated version of this in the Chanel Diaries Fall Collection 2017. The new formula is superior in the quads, very pigmented and Road Movie (with teals) is matte. Below left are Chanel quad swatches and right; Guerlain Copperfield swatch.

Guerlain Écrin 1 Coleur Long Lasting Eyeshadow, Silky Powder, 05 Copperfield.

A gorgeous warm copper toned eyeshadow that again is really nice on blue, hazel and brown eyes. This formula is very nice on my crepey eyes too. Guerlain do great products and are such an underated company in some respects.


Dior Lash Maximizer 3D.

A base product that curls and separates eye lashes. I have been using and abusing this for the past couple of years now and i’m on my fourth tube.

Dior Extase Mascara.

I can’t tell you how many times i have purchased this mascara. I have been using it for close to a decade if not more. It makes my lashes long, thick and curl. No clumps and my all time favourite mascara. So you can imagine how i felt when Dior decided to discontinue it. Grrrrr!

Dior have replaced it with the Pump N’ Volume reviewed here. It is growing on me and i get a lot of nice comments when i use it. It is 4ml less product for a pound more in money though. Yes, i did notice Dior!


Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long Lasting Eyeliner, 987 Or Blanc.

I could name every single Chanel Stylo Yeux in this post but i better not, lol. This one is great and because it was LE, (no surprises there)! I bought two.

It works great at brightening the inner corner of the eye and in the waterline, to give the illusion of a larger eye. A wonderful white with golden shimmer.


Dior Addict Lacquer Stick Lipstick, 570 L.A. Pink.

Seriously! The most stunning everyday shade of dusky pink i have ever worn. This particular one is so comfortable and creamy on the lips with a high amount of pigmentation. I can’t stop wearing it. Its almost out and i’m about to buy my next one, just a couple of months after their release. Full review here.

Chanel Rouge Allure Gloss Lipstick, 18 Séduction.

This is my second one and luckily, i bought another because guess what? Its another one that Chanel have discontinued. How ridiculous!

Its a gorgeous glossy and high shine lipstick. Not a gloss to put over lipstick. It is very pigmented. In a shade of raspberry pink/red. Very wearable and lasts ages on the lips too. I will miss it.

Below swatches left; Dior Addict Lacquer L.A Pink; centre, Chanel Rouge Allure 18 Séduction and right; Dior Ultra Gloss 643 Ever Dior.

Dior Addict Ultra Gloss, 643 Ever Dior.

My most favourite lip gloss shade.  A lovely coral with golden shimmer. I love shimmery glosses in the summer because they look great when they catch the light. This formula isn’t sticky either. Cannot do without this one. Best get another becfore this is discontinued too.

That’s it. I think it was hard to whittle down the lips and eye products hence, why i did two posts. Which are your most used and abused products? Take care and i will see you all soon. 😉

The Used and Abused Makeup Tag.Part 1………………The Face.

•August 13, 2017 • 9 Comments

Hi Everyone,

I’m not one for doing tags; however, i think this one is a tag that is worth doing.

I buy a lot of makeup but only re-purchase certain items time and time again and these are my most used and abused products that i love.

I suppose it is a bit like a favourites post so, lets get to it. There’s a fair few items to discuss.



There are three i constantly re-purchase and this is because they all produce different and great results.

I have blemished skin with uneven texture and colour so, i have to use a medium coverage foundation; however, i also need to not feel the foundation on my skin. That is a big no no for me. Below foundation swatches left to right; Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua, Middle; Dior Star Foundation and Right; Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet.  

Dior Star Foundation.

On my second bottle and i love that it gives a luminous finish while setting down. Ideal for winter months and for maturing skin as it does not dry the skin out and gives a lovely ‘lit from within’ finish. I use 020.

Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua.

Third bottle. Love the light weight satin finish. I cannot feel it at all on my skin. Best used in winter months. Two in twenty and one in 30 for summer.

Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet.

Gives a gorgeous luminous matte finish with medium/full coverage and yet; i cannot feel it sitting on my skin. Lasts really well and great for summer months. I use 20 and have bought two bottles. About to buy my third.


Guerlain Multi-Perfection Concealer (Hydrating and Blurring). Shade 04 Medium Cool.

I think this is the best ever concealer i have used under the eye area. It seriously doesn’t dry out the skin or highlight any lines. Just beautiful and i recommend it highly to anyone over 30. This is my first tube because they only released it last year but i have used it everyday for months and i am about to buy my second tube.

Dior Nude Skin Perfecting Hydrating Concealer, 002 Beige.

This one is another that is fab and hydrating. It is a more full coverage concealer ideal for redness and blemishes. Again, i have put a good sized dent in this product but as with high end makeup, you do get a lot of use out of it before it’s finished.


Estée Lauder Pure Colour Illuminating Powder Gelée, 01 Modern Mercury.

I use this constantly and it will probably last me forever, i think! It is a lovely, slightly strobe-like rose gold highlighter that is beautiful. So beautiful in fact that Victoria Beckham included it in her capsule collection for EL. If i had not previously owned it, i would have bought VB’s version because the packaging is so much better. EL never did do great packaging. Swatch below.

Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Powder SPF15/PA++, No 25.

This one was a limited edition shade that suits my skin tone perfectly and i hit pan on it. Love the shade so much because it gives a very subtle healthy glow to the skin without it being an overt bronzer. Just lovely! I also like that it protects the skin from the sun and pollutants. Swatch below.

It really angers me that Chanel do these amazing limited edition products and do not use them again in other collections or make them permanent. I understand a company has to keep up with trends and keep it moving along but……….please!


Le Blush Crème De Chanel Cream Blush, 64 Inspiration.

There was a mad rush to the store when this cream blusher was released by Chanel. The shade i own, proved to be very popular so; to my dismay, they then decided to discontinue them to replace with the blusher stick.

Fair enough, they are much better in the stick form; however, they never replicated this shade, which is beautiful. I am so scared to keep using it because the stick ones are not nearly as pigmented or rich in shade.

As you can see, i have very much hit pan and i use sparingly these days.

Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect, 70 Tweed Brun Rosé.

Another discontinued product in the UK. Again, not sure why because i have put a serious dent in this one and can’t re-purchase unless i go overseas.

It is a beautiful rosy pink/brown shade that is so lovely in formula and as with all Chanel blushers, looks lovely on the skin. I still love the Joues Contraste blushers and own many, so i’m not going to weep over this one too much. Below left is the tweed blush, right swatches from left to right are; Le blush creme de Chanel; Les beiges healthy glow sheer blush stick no 21 and Duo Tweed effect Brun rosé.

These are my face products that i put a dint in or re-purchase constantly and i love so much. They work with my mature skin and are very flattering on me. Stay posted for my used and abused eye and lip products.

Take care and i will see you all soon. 😉