2. Light Diffusing Foundation
3. Lip liners
4. Barely blushing
However since the Makeup school I studied at uses all Napoleon Perdis product (which in a good way is great for students, at least there is still a decent cosmetics range to use and learn from), I've become quite familiar with their products and that I have a love-hate sort of feeling with it. I think it is the same with every brand, but there was so much I didn't like and the fact that 2 of their foundations had given an allergy reaction seriously put me on the down side.
Anyway today I'm here to share some swatches of the lip liners that I own. I did not pay for these lip pencils as I was awarded top student in my class, so as an award I got a gift voucher to spend on Napoleon Perdis makeup. Lip liners were only some of the things I got from the range and at that time of purchase I was seriously lacking in them too.
Here are the sleek looking pencils with a nice gold cap. It looks a little more classy, in a way that is and very Napoleon Perdis style.
Here are the swatches of the current ones I own. My favourites ones are the one I picked out and swatched for you guys.
|L-R: Nude Awakening , Witty in Pink, Haute Pink, Terracotta, Rococo Red|
Hope everyone is having a great weekend and hopefully soon I'll be able to get more professional photos from photographers on recent shoots I've done. I'm in the process of preparing for another one on Saturday, so it's back to the drawing board for me.