10 Favourite Fall Lip Colours

Hello lovelies!!!

I am so excited that it is finally Fall!!! Fall is my ultimate fav season for Fashion. The colours are so rich and you can layer on different pieces to change up your entire look.

Fall beauty trends are also beautiful. Deep lip colours and darker smokey eyes become the everyday norm.

Here are my top ten favourite lip colours...
(They are in no particular order, but are written in the same order as how they are shown in the pictures)

- Cargo: Majella
- Wet'n'wild: 502A dark pink frost
- Rimmel Moisture Renew: Vintage pink
- Rimmel Moisture Renew: Lily Extase (also beautiful for the summer)
- Rimmel Moisture Renew: Nude delight (perfect for any season and can easily be manipulated with any lip liner colour)
- Rimmel Lasting Finish: Jet Set Red
- Mac (frost): viva glam
- Mac Lipglass: love child
- Mac Pro Longwear Lipglass: sentimental
- Stila Lipglaze: Black cherry

My favourite combination is a medium dark purple lip liner, with Rimmel Lily Exatse and Stila black cherry lipglaze on top.

What is your favourite lip colour for Fall?!?!?
Comment below!!!

Come back next week to check out my first post for my Fall 2013 look book!!!

I'm finally on Pinterest: annpaige V

I hope you all have an amaxing weekend!!!



DIY Face and Body Exfoliant

Hello lovelies,

A couple of weeks ago I ran out of my face exfoliant and I needed one asap. I immediately looked up different at home recipes and I made my own. Everything I used is all natural and the recipe can easily be altered for your skin type.  Having now made this on my own I will never need to buy an exfoliant again, only ingredients. Every time I use this on my face (2-3times a week) my  is so soft and smooth afterwards. I am in love!!
Another great thing about this recipe is that you will most likely already have all of the ingredients you need in your kitchen, so there is no need to go out and buy anything. Now on to how you can make your own...

What you will need:
- Ramakin or a masin jar to store your exfoliant
- measuring spoons
- a spoon or a stick to mix everything together
- 1/2 a cup of Olive oil (coconut oil or jojoba oil are also great options if you want to use them too)
- 1 tbsp honey (organic or natural honey are the best options for your skin, but regular honey will work just as well)
- 1 tbsp of squeezed lemon juice
- 2-3 tbsp table salt (or sea salt)
- 2-3 tbsp sugar (white or brown sugar. Beown sugar will be less abrasive)
- one vitamin e capsule
- 2-3 drops of essential oil (for smell/aroma if desired)

Start by adding half your dry ingredients to your jar.
Stir in your oil.
Add lemon juice and honey.
Pierce the vitamin e capsule and squeeze it into your jar.
Add the reamaining of your dry ingredients and mix really well.
Determine if you have the desired textuee that you want. Add more oil or salt and sygar if needed.
If you decide to use an essential oil, add this last.

When making my exfoliant I didn't measure anything. I kept on adding more of what I needed until I got my desired texture. I am telling you this, so that you can customize your own mixture to suit your skin type. If you have oily skin you may want to use less oil and if you have dry skin you may want to use more etc. The measurements you use will also be determined by the size of your ramakin or jar.

Keep your exfoliant at room temperature. Every time you use it, you always have to stir the ingredients around, so It is normal for it to clump up. Your exfoliant will also last you quite a long time depending on how much you make. It can last up to a couple of months.

I don't recommend that you use this exfoliant on your face everyday as it can be quite abrasive. Use a very gentle hand when rubbing it on your face or skin.

For oily skin you may want to use this exfoliant only a few times a week, as the base is oil and it may make your skin feel greasy with excessive use.

For dry skin every other day would be perfect. You can get rid of all the dead dry skin and add moisture at the same time.

Normal to combination skin every other day or as needed.

I use this usually exfoliate twice a week,  sometimes three times and sometimes I can also skip a week. I have normal skin with a slightly oily t-zone. I usually start to get a bit oily on my chin and around my nose probably after 4-5 hours of being out with make up on. It is not to the amount where I need blotting sheets though, just a touch up sometimes through out the day.

If you want to make a large amount of the exfoliant it is also great to use in the shower on your body, especially if you use fake tan a lot.
If you want it just for your body you can add more salt and sugar, so it is a bit more rough and chunky and it will get rid of all of your dead skin and leave you feeling extra soft and smooth.

I hope you all enjoyed this post and comment below if you try this or if you have your own recipe!!!


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