5 Makeup Products Not Worth Your Money!

I usually don’t end up with many makeup items that I despise. I usually know what brands I like, who’s recommendations to value and I can often tell by the description of the product if it will be worth picking up for me. But sometimes when I try something completely new I get a bad apple. So I wanted to share a few bad apples with you.


None of these product worked for me. Not only did they not work for me, they were absolutely terrible. It’s not that they were just mediocre. In my eyes these are useless. Now, if you have these and love these that’s great! Makeup is so personal, so I am not by any means disrespecting anyone’s taste. It’s just that these did not work for me, and I will explain why each of them were a miss.


I have already written a full (bad) review about this one. So if you want all the details you can read about it here. I just could not make it work for me. I feel like I’ve tried anything, every primer I have, no primer, every setting spray I have, a bunch of different powders and trying it at different seasons. Either way, it always looks bad. You really should not have to try this hard to make a medium price range foundation work. Usually I find one way or another to make a foundation work in order for me finish it, if nothing else just mixing it with another foundation. This one I just can’t be bothered using up, it’s too bad.


I had high hopes for this Colourpop No Filter Pressed Powder, and  I am wondering if I got a bad one because I see other people enjoying this, but based on my own experience I just can’t understand what people could possibly like about it. The problem for me is that this powder gets hard pan after a very short time. I got to use it maybe 2-3 times before I had to scratch off the top layer. I thought maybe it was something with my skin or my makeup that reacted with the powder making the pan turn hard so quickly, but I also tried buffing a completely clean brush in the pan just to check, and still it fairly quickly got hard pan. In the end I just got tired of scratching off hard powder. The rest will be tossed, and I am not picking up this one again for sure!


Maybelline Master Ink Liquid Liner “White” was another miss. Maybelline has a whole bunch of great products, so nothing wrong with the brand. I have a lot of big favorites from Maybelline, in particular base products and lipsticks. This one was another story. First of all the product is not very pigmented. I found that to get the line to actually look white I had to go over it several times. That meant there was product build up, and the result looked cakey. When it dried it started cracking and falling off in chunks. Not only did the eyeliner chunks fall off, but it took with it the eyeshadow underneath. Imagine doing a complicated look, and you want to finish it off with a nice thin white line in the crease, just to get the whole look ruined. Needless to say, trying this once was enough. I am all about giving products second chances. I have changed my mind about things more than once, but this just ruined the whole look and wasting my time. So that’s a pass.


I feel bad about putting this Maybelline Color Drama Lip Paint in here since it was a gift from a friend. I love getting makeup as gifts, and was super happy to receive this because the formula was new to me and the color was cool. It’s just so that this did not work out. The problem is that the color is super sheer ans streaky. Now I know these kind of colors are hard to make, but I had a really hard time making the color look even. When I finally got an even layer of colors my lips had so much products on it just went everywhere, and then it ended up looking streaky anyway. Maybe the other shades are better, but stay away from the purple!


The last one of the bunch is this Honey Bronze cream highlighter from The Body Shop. I got this the same time as I got the foundation. I was not very lucky on that shopping trip I guess. This is a subtle highlighter, and nothing wrong with that, but I found it a bit too subtle. I had to use quite a lot to even see it, and then it looked very thick and waxy plus it removed the foundation underneath. I like a subtle highlighter, but this was borderline pointless to apply, and in addition it messed up my base.

Usually Colourpop products are a hit for me, so a bit surprising that a product from that brand ended up in this post, and I usually like Maybelline products as well. They got some products that rank pretty high among my favorites. The Master Drama Kohl Pencil, FitMe foundation and Master Chrome highlighters to mention a few. So they are usually a hit, or at least OK products. The Body Shop is a bit opposite actually. I have yet to find a makeup product from their line that I actually like. Some of them have been decent, but I still haven’t found anything really good.

Do you have any product that absolutely won’t work for you? Let me know your worst item in the comments!




Colourpop Brown Sugar Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!


So this is an all brown neutral palette that Colourpop released sometime later last year. It’s one of Colorupops 9-pan palettes that the started releasing. I know it’s easy to think that it’s “just another brown palette”, but thinking about it Colourpop does not have any brown palettes. Neutral palettes yes, but this is their first all brown one.


The palette is their (for now) regular 9-pan format, but who knows what they will release in the future right? But, for now these 9-pans come in a plastic packaging and a mirror. I like that you have a mirror, but I much prefer cardboard instead of plastic in cheaper palettes like this. I think these 9-pans look more cheaply made than their cardboard ones. The design is also very simple. Just a brown background and the name on the front. It’s not bad though, but it’s not anything special either. Just a plain brown plastic packaging with a mirror. It does have a nice, practical small size though.


Inside are 6 matte and 3 metallic shades. I like that you get both cool toned and warm toned brows in this palette. I also like that you get all the basics you need among the brown. You get light, mid toned and darker mattes which means you have what you need for your basic crease or deepening shades. In other words, nice color composition. The three metallics also helps add a bit extra pow to your look. There is one golden peach, one warm bronze and one cool brown with a green and gold sheen. So, you got some nice but very different options to add some shine to your look.


The quality is completely on par with Colourpops usual standard. I did not have any troubles with any of the shades in this palette. Pigmented, easy to blend, easy to work with and beautiful metallics. Colourpop just makes really great eyeshadows and this is no exception.


I bet some may argue that this is just another brown eyeshadow palette, which off course is true. Except that cool toned brown metallic with a duochrome shift you probably have all these colors already. To be completely honest, this is not the color story that makes my heart skip a beat either. With that said, if you do like browns this is a nice little palette with good quality and I am sure you like it. Even though I don’t find the color story to be the most exciting or inspiring I do actually wear a lot of browns and I am sure I will get a lot of use out of this.


What are your thoughts? Would you like to have this palette, or does it feels like something you already have?

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What’s In My Makeup Bag – April 2019!

New month means new makeup bag! I am always excited to have a new set of items to play with at the beginning of every month. I am a bit indecisive about what to do in the future though. The reason is that I started doing these monthly makeup bags because I run to work every morning. 5 kilometers each way, and then I get ready at work and need some stuff there. In April when we move things will be a bit different. I will have a 30 minutes drive by car to get to work from our new house. That means I will be getting ready at home. I will also have space to make a proper makeup room with a vanity and all, so i don’t know what I will be doing regarding rotating my makeup. Maybe I will just pick and choose every morning. Or maybe I will switch up the content of my daily makeup bag more often and there won’t be any monthly makeup bag to show off. Being able to rotate through my entire collection does indeed sound a bit tempting so I am not entirely sure what to do. Maybe this will be the last “What’s In My Makeup Bag” post. Let me know if you have any suggestions below!

Anyways, let’s talk about the picks I did for April!


  • A’Pieu Natural BB Cream: This one has both good coverage and a matte finish. I would say that’s quite rare for a BB Cream, but I really like it! My plan is to try to mix if with the Colourpop one, because I figured I don’t love it and mixing it with this BB Crema could be my way of using it up (and I have to do that since it’s in my project pan!).
  • Colourpop No Filter Foundation: Speaking about the Colourpop foundation. I don’t really like it. It took me a looong time to figure it out. It looks nice to start with but it does not wear well on my. After 5-6 hours it looks pretty rough. I am hoping mixing it with A’Pieu will help.
  • Smashbox Primer Oil: This one I really like! I usually have pretty normal skin, but something has been off lately, and it turned pretty dry. I am hoping this will give the moisture I need and help the foundation sit better.
  • Maybelline Master Fix Setting + Perfecting Loose Powder: This one is new! I have never used it! But I am planning on using it to set my concealer, since a reagular pressed powder easily can look a bit too heavy. I am 32 years old and I don’t need help looking older, so a fine milled loose powder it is!
  • Lancôme Poudre Majeure Excellence: A project pan powder I will put in my bag for another rotation. I like it, but I don’t like it enough to repurchase once it’s gone. Because it’s expensive.


Look at all the highlighter and blush goodies I will play with! So excited!

  • Makeup Revolution Jelly Highlighter – Monumental: I love this. Enough said!
  • Kiko Flawless Fusion Bronzer Powder: This is also in my project pan! It’s just perfect for me when I am winter pale! And so easy to use.
  • Revolution Pro Supreme Highlighter – Ice: This one is new, but I already have another one in another color that is incredible. These shades are more suited for me during winter. I hope the formula is the same as the other one because then I know I will love it.
  • Revolution Pro Skin Finish – Luminesence: Can be a very subtle highlighter or dusted all over the face for a natural radiant glow. It reminds me a lot of the Hourglass powder everyone loves.
  • L’Oreal Glow Mon Amour: I decided to put this in my makeup bag because I just happened to try to use this as a primer under a matte foundation the other day. And I absolutely loved the result! So I want to do that many times over again.
  • The Balm Balm Springs Blush: I adore The Balm blushes. This is a nice neutral shade that will go with anything.
  • YSL Creme De Blush: A beautiful cream blush. I have this in two colors and they have both been beloved favorites for many years. It deserves a month in my makeup bag.
  • MAC Extra Dimension Blush – Faux Sure!: This color look completely different than in the pan. On my skin it’s a soft coral peach with a really nice glow. It was a birthday present from my sister and I want to show it some love this month.
  • L’Oreal Life Is a Peach Blush: Because I also need a matte peachy blush.


  • MAC Pigment – Copper Sparkle: This is a good old one. I want to try to use my single eyeshadows and pigments more (I always do) so I decided to pull it in. It will go nicely with the palette I picked too.
  • MAC Pigment – Vanilla: This one is such a classic! Pulling it in my bag for the same reason as Copper Sparkle.
  • MAC Plushglass – Fashion Fanatic: This one is almost gone! I am going to try to finish it this month!
  • MAC Plushglass – Girl Loves Boy: Another project pan gloss I will continue to work on.
  • MAC Plushglass – I Love You: Also another project pan gloss I will continue to work on.
  • NYX Powder Puff Lippie – Squad Goals: A favorite from NYX! It’s been a while since I used it so time to do that again.
  • Maybelline Snapscara: The new mascara from Maybelline. I haven’t even tried it. I am hoping after one month I have tested and tried it enough to write a review about it.
  • Sephora Jumbo Liner – White: This is sooo old. And I never use it. I will try this month though.


These are the eyeshadows I will play with. One palette, and one Z-palette with 9 self picked shades from Colourpop and Looxie. The palette I am sure you recognized as Tarte Tartelette Toasted. It’s in my project pan and now I am pulling it in to get some damage done!

And I almost forgot to show of the concealer I will be using so I sneaked it in the last picture with the palettes. It’s off course Maybelline FitMe Concealer.

That’s all for this month. Please let me know how you think I should proceed with these posts in the future. Should I continue with my monthly makeup basket or do something else? I could for instance just pick from my collection and my the end of the month do a roundup of the products I used and what I think of them like mini mini reviews. Decisions are hard, any input would help!



Colourpop Brown Sugar Eyeshadow Palette – 6 Makeup Looks!

Now, I do agree that brown toned makeup looks are not as exciting to create as a fun colorful rainbow look, but I do honestly think they can be just as pretty. And off course, more wearable. With a completely brown toned palette, it’s called brown sugar after all then off course you do end up with brown looks. Still, I enjoyed playing with these colors and these are the 6 looks I did!


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Jamocha, Sorrel, Choc, Auburn.
  • Jacklynn Hill x Morphe Palette – Abyss.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30, Bro40.
  • Revolution Pro The Mascara Revolution.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Panther.
  • Maybelline FitMe Concealer – 15.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Immortal.
  • House Of Lashes – Midnight Luxe.
  • Anastasia Dream Glowkit – Sunrise.


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Amber , Choc, Ginger, Auburn.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30, Bro40, Bro70.
  • Revolution Pro The Mascara Revolution.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Panther.
  • Maybelline FitMe Concealer – 15.
  • House Of Lashes – Midnight Luxe.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Mobster.


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Jamocha, Amer, Choc.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30, Bro40, Bro70.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • L’Oreal Unlimited Mascara.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Immortal.
  • Jacklyn Hill X Morphe Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Zoeva Grapic Brow Fix.
  • Kiko Glamorous eye Pencil – 403.
  • House Of Lashes – Midnight Luxe.
  • Smashbox Studio Skin 24 H Waterproof Concealer – Fair.


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Jamocha, Choc, Henna, Ginger.
  • Jacklyn Hill X Morphe Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Immortal.
  • L’Oreal Unlimited Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30, Bro10, Bro70.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Panther.
  • Smashbox Studio Skin 24 H Waterproof Concealer – Fair.
  • Phycisians Formula Shimmer Strips Extreme Shimmer Kohl Kajal + Liquid Liner – Glam Nude.
  • Zoeva Grapic Brow Fix.
  • House Of Lashes – Midnight Luxe.
  • nailart glitter from ebay.


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Jamocha, Sorrel, Choc, Ginger, Auburn.
  • Jacklyn Hill X Morphe Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Immortal.
  • L’Oreal Unlimited Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • Zoeva Grapic Brow Fix.
  • Kiko Glamorous Eye Pencil – 401.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.
  • Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy.
  • Smashbox Studio Skin 24 H Waterproof Concealer – Fair.
  • MAC Glitter – Reflects Bronze.
  • Gypsy Shrine Chunky Glitter – Chunky Gold.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Sweet Delusion.


  • Colourpop Brown Sugar Palette – Chai, Jamoicha, Sorrel, Henna, Saute.
  • Jacklyn Hill X Morphe Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Immortal.
  • L’Oreal Unlimited Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro40, Bro70.
  • Zoeva Grapic Brow Fix.
  • Revolution Pro Supreme Pigment Gel Eyeliner – Silver.
  • Smashbox Studio Skin 24 H Waterproof Concealer – Fair.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Panther.

And what about you? Are you all about the browns or all about the colors. I am into both. I could not choose just one!



My Makeup Collection 2019 – Face Palettes!

Today it’s all about the face palettes in my collection. In this part a I put all the palettes that has two or more face products. So a blush palette with a highlighter is included, and also face duos. Last year I remember that I said this was a part of my collection I would like to grow. Face palettes are so handy!


First off this is my Benefit World O Blushes palette with three iconic blush shades from Benefit along with their Hoola bronzer. This is in a super slim size that is great for travel. I recently got some use out of this as I had it in my monthly makeup bag in March.


Here are some of my duos!

  • ELF Bronzed Violet.
  • Wet N Wild Megaglo Contouring Palette – Dulce De Leche.
  • Colourpop Face Duo – Step Right Up.
  • I ❤ Makeup Bronze and Glow.


This one is a drugstore favorite for sure. So if you are looking for a cheap but good contouring palette the Makeup Revolution Ultra Contour Palette is amazing!


The famous Charlotte Tilbury Bronze & Glow is off course a solid part of my collection. So worth the hype in my opinion. the Lancôme Blush Subtil Palette Rose Flush has been in my collection for year! The bronzer is a bit on the small side to be able to fit a brush in it properly, but the blush is lovely.


These are my Tarte Blush Book III and Tarte Blush Book IV. One is from last years holiday collection and the big round one is from 2017.


My only makeup item from Duwop! This is the Duwop Cheek Dual Rubellite. The compact is what made me buy it. It’s shaped like a seashell!


These are the face trios I have collected from Zoeva! I really like these sleek little trios and the quality of the powders are good. I would absolutely not mind grabbing a few more!

  • Zoeva Opulence Blush Palette.
  • Zoeva Rose Golden Blush Palette.
  • Zoeva Artisto Blush Palette.
  • Zoeva Sweet Glamour Blush Palette.


The Anastasia Cream Contour Kit is my only one of that kind. I used to wear it all the time, but I completely forgot about it. Maybe I should try to get more into cream contouring again.

The Cali Contour Kit by Smashbox was a big hit for me when I picked it up last summer. Both the blushes, contour and bronzer shades are so lovely in this!


The Becca Apres Ski Face Palette is one of my absolute favorites in my collection. Such a shame it was limited edition! A nice selection of blush, bronzer and highlighters. Everything is glowy!


Finally the Youngblood Illuminate Palette. This is one I always love to wear during summer because of the nice and natural glow it gives my complexion. Also these are cream products which I really like in the warmer months.

The total count is 13 palettes (with 3+ shades) and 5 duos.  To me I think that is reasonable and I would not mind picking up more face palettes. I just really like a palette I can reach into and get several face products at once. Handy for traveling off course, not that it matters form someone who travel 3-4 times a year but still.

Do you have a favorite face palette?



Stash or Trash #2 – Intro!

You guys seemed to like the first blog post in this series. If you haven’t read it I will give you a brief summary. With these posts I aim to pick out 10 products in my collection. Things taht are old, or that I for some reason don’t reach for. After testing and trying each product I will then decide if I will keep it (Stash) or declutter it (Trash). Here are the 10 items I picked out for this round!


Lot’s of different stuff here. Now, I am a person who has a very hard time decluttering things. I love makeup and I really don’t mind having a large collection, so I that cut throat decluttering that some people do where they go through parts of their collection and get rid of a whole bunch is not for me (although, it is indeed admirable). But this kind of post actually made me get rid of a few things last time, so just taking my time and using and trying before making a decision may be more of my style anyway. But let’s talk about the products one by one!


I picked two blushes. One is Everyday Mineral Blush in “Memphis Rose”. I think this is slightly too dark for me and it does have chunky glitter. That’s not something I really love so I tend to not reach for this. I also find the loose formula to be a bit of a bummer. But I don’t actually remember how this even looks on the skin, so before making up my mind I have to try it and figure out how it looks!

The other is a NARS Orgasm Illuminator. I picked this up many years ago before I really got into cream blushes and I just forgot about it. I don’t think I have ever used it even! The Orgasm color is classic and I do like it, I also tend to really enjoy cream formulas at the moment so I want to give this one a try. I see myself using it as a blush though, not an illuminator.


This Kiko eyeshadowis the same Cream Crush Long Lasting Color Eyeshadow pot that I had in my first Stash or Trash makeup post. Only this time the color is more fun (the shade number is 13). When I swatch it I think it feels a bit on the dry side so I am not sure how this would perform now. It’s a few years old after all.

Those two eyeshadow pencils are both from Oriflame. One is the Oriflame Giordani Gold Impressionism Eye Shadow Pencil in “Deep Emerald” , a beautiful true emerald green. The other one is Gold Impressionism Eye Shadow Pencil in “Sea Sapphire” which is a really pretty blue. I haven’t used these in ages. I just never think about reaching for them. They are just disappearing in my collection in a way. So now I will use them a bit and figure out what to do with them. Maybe they work as eyeliners and would be more used if I stored them among my other pencil eyeliners instead of among my single shadows and eyeshadow pots?


Again, some more Kiko stuff! I remember I picked up these two, tried them, and then apparently never really reached for the  again. These are the Kiko Long Lasting Color Lip Marker in the shade107 (top) and 105 (bottom). I need to figure out what I think about these and if I want to keep them or not.


That funky looking blue mascara is Dior Diorshow Mascara in shade 258. It’s a stunning blue, but to be honest it’s probably way behind expiration date. I rarely use it, so I don’t even know if it’s dry. If it sill works I will try to squeeze a few more looks out of it. But if it’s too dry I will trash this and probably pick up the blue Colourpop mascara instead.

The weirdly looking eyelinger thing is the Physicians  Formula Shimmer Strips Extreme Shimmer Kohl Kajal + Liquid Liner Trio “Glam Nude”. This is the black pencil in the trio. I have used the gold one quite a bit because it has a golden glitter liner, but this one I have just swatched. About time I try it and see if I will figure out a way to incorporate this into my routine, otherwise it can go because it’s not a particularly interesting piece to collect. So if I can’t make this work I think I can safely get rid of it.


And finally I need to give this one a try again. I remember that I used to really like the NYX Ulitmate Bright palette some years ago, but the moment I got the Certifeye Tropical Wonders in my collection this one has been left forgotten in the drawer. I haven’t touched it for a couple of years despite using it quite a bit when it was new. Now I just believe I have so many other better colorful mattes in my collection so this one is just not reached for. I have to revisit and figure out what I think, because honestly I can’t really remember how the formula is even.

I am exited to test and try these things once again. I am hoping I will be able to declutter something. In a few weeks time when I have tried everything properly I will revisit each item and tell you which one made the cut and which ones I will departure with.




Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection Opulent Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!

This is the second palette I review from the Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection that they released just before Christmas. I had to pick up all the three palettes from the collection, mainly because of the beautiful packaging.


I mean, just look at this gorgeous frozen silver outer packaging. The palette has some weight to it too, so it feels and looks more expensive than it is. Inside you get a very decent mirror, and I was also very happy to see that the names of the eyeshadows are written in the palette. Usually Makeup Revolution just give you one of those plastic inserts, or have the names or numbers written on a sticker on the backside of the palette, but this packaging seems a bit more thorough. Still the price is only 10 £.


Inside you get 6 large eyeshadow pans of metallic foiled eyeshadows, and 14 smaller pans with a mixture of mattes and shimmers. The colors are much more cool-toned than the other two palettes that are very warm and golden. This one has pinks, mauves and greys in addition to a few browns, so you do get a nice cool-toned palette here, which I think is great. I love warm toned eyeshadow palettes but they are so common and so plentiful in my collection, that a cool-toned palette with wearable neutrals always feels like adding something new to my collection.


I find the quality of this eyeshadow palette to be close to identical to Deluxe, which is the first of these three palettes I reviewed. The top row of 6 foiled shadows are incredible. They are so soft and buttery they feel more like a cream than a powder, the pigmentation is so intensely rich I am amazed. This top row is worth the whole palette for me! They are just mindblowingly good!


The two rows of smaller eyeshadow pans are more of “regular” quality if you will. They have medium pigmentation and does the job, but they are very unlikely to be the best eyeshadows you have. The mattes are good, but not great. The shimmers are more of a satin finish than a shimmer really, but some are more shiny than others. That meaning that some of these shades can be used in the crease, even though they are not matte because they are much softer and not very reflective. These 14 smaller pan are kind of like a decent-for-the-price and gets-the-job-done-withouth-blowing-your-mind kind of quality. But the top row with 6 foiled pieces of goodness are the crown jewels of this palette and makes it well worth picking up.


I do think though that the composition of this palette is better than Deluxe. Deluxe did only have 2 matte eyeshadows, while this one has 6 of different depths. In addition to that some of the satin shades can work similarly to a matte, and with that I mean that they can be used in the crease. So if you were thinking about picking up any of these three palettes, Opulent would be your best option if you wanted mainly cool-tones. And not to spoil the review of Gilded that will be posted later on, but that would be my pick if I wanted one of them but preferred a cool toned look.

Overall these palettes seem very similar in quality, and also packaging. Even though the 14 small pans are decent but nothing more, the incredible foiled at the top makes up for it, and overall makes this a palette well worth the price. Opulent is definitely the one to go for if you are a bit tired of all those warm neutral palettes, because you can get some really pretty grey, taupe, pink or berry looks from this palette.

This one gets a thumbs up from me, because I am so excited about having such stunning foiled shades for a reasonable price in my collection. Besides the gorgeous packaging don’t hurt either!