Press release: Blusher Brick* is designed to leave you with a stunning natural glow - whether you want to create a warm glow or add a rosy flushed colour to your cheekbones.
The pinks shade is a multi-tonal blusher made up of three contrasting bricked pink shades, ranging from an illuminating barely there pink to a deep colour-injecting rose.
The browns shade is a multi-tonal blusher made up of three contrasting bricked brown shades, ranging from a highlighting natural sand to a deep sun-kissed bronze.
Blusher Brick retails at £4.49 and is available from Miners Cosmetics and quality pharmacies.
I haven't actually swatched either of these yet, but the deep pink is quite similar to the colour of the blusher I currently use, which is almost running out and is almost four times the price!
I will definitely be taking both of these on holiday with me too - last year I ended up with a pile of bronzer and blusher crumbs in the bottom of my suitcase after 20+ hours flying. The case of the blusher brick shuts firmly which is perfect to stop it getting loose in my suitcase!
Press release: Mood Gloss* is a range of festival inspired lip glosses. Taking inspiration from the 'must have' accessory of the 60's, Mood Gloss has colour changing technology that reacts with your individual ph-level creating a lip colour that is completely unique to you.
Mood Gloss not only works as a lipgloss but due to the colour changing technology, is a lip colour too - making it this seasons 'must-have' festival accessory.
Mood Gloss comes in two shades: Glastonberry (specially created to change from clear to your own custom vibrant pink shade) and Peace Pout (specially created to change from a nude shimmer to your own custom pink shimmer).
Mood Gloss retails at £2.49 and is available from Miners Cosmetics and quality pharmacies.
I had a little play around with these and they are pretty cool. They smell delicious and the colour change is lots of fun!
Peace Pout comes out as a white shimmery gloss and quickly turns to a pretty subtle pink shimmer on my lips. It's a tiny bit sticky, but nothing unbearable.
Glastonberry is a clear gloss - I only swatched this one on my hand and it quickly turned from clear to a lovely pink shade. It has some staying power too - after wiping the gloss off my hand the pink colour stayed on and required a bit of a scrub to get loose :)
I hope that after all of this exam madness is over I'll be able to have a proper play around with these and show you some FOTD's using them!
*These products were sent to me for the purpose of reviewing. All opinions are 100% my own.