Primark PS Pro Beauty Brushes

Angled blusher brush £1.50, Foundation brush £1.50, Angled Eye Shadow brush £1, Concealer brush £1 

Primark have upped their game when it comes to beauty and have added a new collection being the PS... Pro Beauty to focus on high performance of beauty at affordable prices, if I am right in thinking it includes these beautiful bronze two toned make up brushes. 

The fibres of the bristles are super soft and delicate when applying products to the face, they pick up product tremendously and blend wonderfully, something that rarely occurs in cheaper products. The most expensive brush in the collection that I own is £1.50 and that was the angled blusher brush and the double ended foundation brush. 

I have used one of the eye shadow brushes to blend my concealer, it worked quite well blending into my foundation, however I am not too sure how it would do if you were trying it straight onto bare skin. 

I am looking forward to adding a few more of the brushes to my collection. Have you tried any of them yet?

Alice xxx

Rustic Oranges

Top: Primark, Skirt: River Island, Shoes: Primark, Bag: Dorothy Perkins, Watch: Michael Kors, Bracelets: Pandora, Thomas Sabo 

Whether you are aware of it or yet to discover it, everyone has a colour palette when it comes to clothing and what shade suits you from working with your skin tone, hair and eye colour and most of the time it is down to trial and error. 

 The rustic and burnt orange shades don't really fall into my colour palette, being pale I suit much warmer and darker shades this one in particular has quite a cool blue undertone to it making it a little tricky to pull off on certain days, with this top being a lightweight and thin fabric the shade is not as intense (it isn't as bright as in the pictures), so it just about works.

I have had this top from Primark for about a year now and this is probably the second time I have worn it, for me I find it quite a difficult shade to work with it either goes with jeans or something black like a skirt or leggings. You are probably thinking that is an awful lot of options but it is quite a plain and simple top which I tend to find quite difficult to glam up (it is just me being weird). 

Are you a fan of the rustic shades? If so I'd love to hear how you style the shade. 

Alice xxx