My Favourite Body Shop Face Masks

If you know me you will already know how much I love the body shop mineral and ginger warming clay mask, seen as I have already done a blog post about it I’m not going into too much detail you can find the full review HERE. It’s brilliant, it really does cleanse my face thoroughly removing blackheads and whiteheads!




The next two masks I am going to talk about are literally both as good as each other however I like one A LITTLE more than the other!

The famous Himalayan charcoal purifying glow mask, 100% vegan, infused with bamboo charcoal, green tea leaves and organic tea tree oil. this mask draws out impurities and refines the appearance of pores to reveal a healthy looking natural glow to the skin.

The mask is grey in colour and dries within 10 minutes, I apply this using a  flat foundation brush it does the job! The mask feels pretty strong and intense when on I love the tingling feeling, it means it is working! YAY! It has an earth-y smell to it, which is another thing I LOVE!

Once it has dried I remove it using warm water and rub my hands around in circular motions concentrating on any area where I have blackheads and huge pores, the mask forms into a granule texture when I am washing it off which is then used to exfoliate my skin!

Once removed and dried my skin feels SO smooth, fresh and cleanIt’ss amaaziiing!!My pores disappear leaving my skin looking flawless and supple! I use this on days where I am giving my skin a massive detox or its the end of the day and I’ve removed my makeup and my skin feels oily and groggy? If thats even a word!


The ginseng and ice clarifying polishing mask; as much as I love the Himalayan mask this one is definitely MY FAVOURITE!!

This mask is inspired by the Chinese tradition of using ginseng extract, rice and sesame seed oil. This exfoliating mask is used to make your skin brighter, even and supple!

The mask is white in colour and is lightweight, and easy to spread, this mask can be used 2 or 3 times a week, I honestly would use this every other day it feels so nice when it’s on, it feels light and creamy!

I apply this the same as I apply the Himalayan mask, it smells nice and once it has been removed my skin looks amazing, bright and fresh, it feels so so soft, I can never stop touching my face after using this!

I use this mask in the morning to prep my skin ready for the day, it in the evening when I feel like having a little pamper!



The masks both retail for £16 each however if you are following me on my BODY SHOP page @beautybyaneesa_skincare I have currently got an AMAZING offer on at the moment if you buy 2 face masks you receive a third on FOR FREEEEEEE!!!!! Please note this offer ends ) Wednesday 11.59pm!

 (If you do miss this offer then simply DM me and I can offer you the same discount JUST for reading my blog post!! AAAYYY!! haha, in all honesty, I just appreciate every single person who has supported me in any way shape or form from the very start till this day, so I feel like giving back in my pwn personal way is always nice, so be sure to DM me on instagram! Or email me! 😀 )


There are 5 superfood masks from the body shop I plan to buy them all LOL! Have any of you used any of the other masks? are they as good as the others?



*I have purchased both masks myself and reviews are all my opinions*


20 Blog Post Ideas

Bloggers block is one of the worst things ever! Okay, maybe that was slightly dramatic but honestly, it comes out of nowhere and leaves you feeling like your blog is slowly dying! This happened to me recently so I thought I would do a post on some blog ideas, hoping to get my brain moving at the same time, the best thing about blogging is there’s no WAY of blogging, how you should write, how you should put things, it’s all in your hands, you choose the idea, you get creative, you create YOUR masterpiece! This is honestly one of the reasons I love blogging, I can be me and write down my thoughts! Anyways getting off topic, so I’m obviously writing post ideas from my niche, you can change them make them your own etc.

  1. FavouritesEveryone loves a favourites post! What your loving can be interesting to those who are looking to buy or try the same thing out!!
  2. ReviewsThis is something I am forever looking for online, literally before I buy anything, I’m shuffling around the store trying to find some wifi, finding reviews!!
  3. How To’sThis can be about ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, bring out your creative side, share how you do things, make things, store things!
  4. TipsI have found so many amazing and VERY easy simple tricks online to make things 100 times easier for me!! I love finding new ways to do things, try things wear things and we ALL have ways we do things!
  5. OOTD/MOTDThese are one of my favourite blog posts, finding new outfits or even taking inspiration from other outfits and makeup, I love it!
  6. Blog TipsShare your tips on blogging, how you take pictures for your blog, how you started your blog, how you manage your blog.
  7. Current Trendsthis can be fashion or beauty – what’s in and whats new, people always want to know about the latest trends!
  8. Amazing finds under £20/£10/£5Everyone loves a good bargain, share what all the cheap things you have bought and fallen in love with!
  9.  Splurge or SaveThese posts are life savers, if you have ever bought something, paid stupid money for it and hated it, you will know! So how about sharing it with people?
  10. Skin care routine – This one is another one I love reading and finding new products to buy and try!
  11. Makeup RoutinesThe thing about makeup routines is they are never the same, they change and that is according to the style you’re going for, so share a simple makeup, or if you’re feeling brave a full glam with the false lashes and cut crease! Whatever you prefer, its all in your hands!
  12. Favourite appsThis is a fun one, share what your loving in the technology world!
  13. Travel Travelling is such a beautiful and momentous thing to do, share where you’ve been, what you recommend checking out, it’s a fun way to talk about what you got up to on your last trip, that doesn’t mean you have to travel to Hawaii, you could literally share places in your own city!
  14. RecipesRecipes are another favourite post of mine, I am forever finding simple and tasty recipes online! 
  15. DupesFound a dupe for an expensive product? SHARE IT! Everyone loves a cheaper alternative!
  16. GiveawaysHost a giveaway, people love free stuff!! This brings more followers to your blog!
  17. Create a listLike this post! ‘Top 10…’ or ‘5 Tips to..’
  18. Success/FailsPost about something you succeeded in or failed in! It’s fun and shares the REAL you to your readers!- Obviously, if it’s personal- it’s best to keep it to yourself, the web is full of trolls!
  19. FactsShare some facts about you? A company? Another blogger?
  20. Collections This can be makeup collections, watch collections, shoes collections heck it can be your socks collection, remember it’s YOUR blog you can share what you like!


I hope the list gives you some inspiration and remember if you are going through bloggers block, it is NOT the end of the world, literally sometimes you just need a break away from the laptop, phone, ipad or whatever it is you use to blog! Get up, go for a walk, eat drink! Refresh your mind !!!

If you liked this post and would like to see more posts like this let me know!!


Pixi; Best Of Bright – Review

One of my boxing day/new year purchases was the Pixi Glow Best of Bright set, it’s a set of travel sizes of the Pixi glow tonic, the glow mud mask and the glow mud cleanser. Now, I have been wanting to try this brand out for ages! I have heard so many good things about the Glow mask but as always there are negative reviews on how it breaks out some on people, anyways so when I saw this on sale I thought it would be a good way to try the products out because there is no way I was going to purchase the full product and then find it wasn’t good for my skin!

The set was a part of the Christmas gift sets from M&S and it was on sale for £12 down from £20, when I bought this I didn’t actually know they were travel sizes so I was pretty gutted when I saw how tiny they
were! They like fit in my palm!! aha

Pixi Cleansing mud mask: Cleanses deep into the pores and detoxifies the skin, it also contains 5% hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, avocado, oil to pump and nourish the skin.

Pixi Glow mud mask: Draws out impurities and combats breakouts. The mask revitalises, clarifies and brightens the skin, Kaolin and sea salt purify the skin while Ginseng and aloe vera balance.

Pixi Glow Tonic: An exfoliating toner that works to perfect the skin tone and texture leaving the skin with a healthy glow. It contains Aloe vera, ginseng, botanical extracts which work together to soothe and treat problematic skin. The product claims it is gentle on all skin types ( I don’t believe this is true after hearing other reviews so if you do purchase this I would advise getting a sample or travel size one)


So I have used these products for a week I used the mask twice and I used the cleanser and toner daily for about a week, and here are my thoughts on them!


When I first used the cleanser I found it a little weird how it goes thicker and thicker as you massage it however it is a nice feeling as if your rubbing all the dirt out of your face. A good tip when using the cleanser given to me by Phosbeauty, is to massage the cleanser into the skin and leave it on as a mask for around 10minutes, this leaves you skin feeling extra smooth! I like the cleanser but I wouldn’t say I love it, it cleans my skin and leaves it feeling really soft and looking a lot brighter however, I don’t think it’s amazing.

Mud Mask

I’ve never tried a mud mask on my face so this one is a first, I have used it a handful of times and I think its a nice mask for a normal day It made my skin look brighter and feel really soft which I liked, I find this mask is best to do in my evening skin care routine, in the morning my face looked bright and my skin looked great! I might possibly buy this again.

Glow Tonic

Now this one is the reason I bought the whole thing! people rave about this toner so much I had to try it out and honestly it has been a love hate relationship! When I first used it it was that time of the month, so I broke out really bad, I was so annoyed because I hadn’t broke out like this in YEARS so I blamed the toner and put it away a week or so later I thought it may have been because my skin is more sensitive at that time so I gave it a go and I REALLY liked it, obviously not straight away but a week of using it in my evening skin care I noticed my skin looks more fresh and has a healthy glow, my skin looks the best it has ever looked!!

Overall I think I would purchase the Glow Tonic again and maybe the mud mask but I don’t think I would purchase the cleanser, I still haven’t found ‘THE’ cleanser, every cleanser I use has something I don’t like about it!

Rate the product: 7/10

Would I recommend it: Yes

Would I repurchase: Not all the products!

If you do want to buy yourself this version it is no longer available in M&S however you can buy it from HERE, which I think is worth it as you get all three products to try out before knowing if you like them.

Thank you for reading my review!





Kat Von D Metal Matte Review

I saw this palette on someone else’s Instagram and I knew I had to have it! I have fallen in love with Kat Von D’s products since I picked some amazing products from Debenhams check out my Kat Von D Haul. Debenhams stocked this at the end of October and after the longest few weeks of my life and checking their website almost every day! I finally got it and here is my review on it…

Firstly the packaging is the same as the usual palettes soft to touch and sleek, with the name embossed across the lid, one thing I really liked about this palette was how the name on the palette says ‘Metal’ and when you turn it around it says ‘Matte’

Metal…..turn it around….and it says Matte!


The palette itself is HUGE I never really thought it would be as big as it is! It contains 22 shades, 9 metal shades and 13 matte shade.or should I say 22 HIGHLY pigmented shades! WhenI first got this palette I did some swatches on my Insta story – Yes I couldn’t wait! here are swatches of the shades..


These are the Mattes in the sun light, getting the right lighting nowadays is SO hard!! I tried my best, just look at that’s gorgeous! some of the shades were better than others, the third shade down from the top is literally my skin colour it just blended into my skin LOL I think this will be a perfect transition shade, or something for a no makeup look! Another thing I really liked about this palette is the variety of colours it doesn’t stick to one type. The matte shades do have a little fallout but if you’re gentle with your brush and light-handed it’s nothing to worry about.

A picture of the swatches with no SUN light.

Next are the Metal shades, I love these shades! they are so pigmented and look amazing when on they are worn, like the matte shades these are so creamy and look as good on the eyes as they are on the swatches!

The metal shades really are beautiful and they are not too shimmery so they can be work on a normal day without looking OTT!

The palette is a lot bigger than the normal KVD palettes, I have a picture to compare the sizes


And if you don’t have the normal KVD palettes then I did a size comparison with the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette, this really did make my urban decay palette look TINY HAHA!


The pans are SLIGHTLY smaller than the normal KVD eyeshadow…


The palette costs £50, which is pretty expensive however, I paid £30 because I had £20 on my Debenhams Beauty Card YAAY! If you want to buy this palette you can do here and it is currently on sale 10% off so…£45.

Overall I love this palette, it’s Kat Von D I don’t think her products would ever fail me I live them all 🙂

Rate this product: 10/10

Would I recommend this product: Yes

Would I repurchase this product: I don’t really repurchase eye shadow palettes, but I would definitely purchase more Kat Von D eye shadows! they’re really good!

Do you own any of Kat Von D’s products, any recommendations?


Kat Von D Lock It Foundation & Primer Review

I have been wanting to share my thoughts on the Kat Von D Lock- It Foundation and the Kat Von D Lock-It Featherweight Primer! I have been LOVING this duo since the day I bought them. I am actually so impressed with the Kat Von D range, every product I own is AMAZING! (Check out my other Kat Von D product reviews; Lock-It Creme ConcealerShade & Light Eye Contour PaletteShade & Light Contour Palette.


Lock-It Foundation


First things first..have you seen the packaging!? It is gorgeous, I love the shape and detail on this bottle, the little cap that covers the opening is so damn cute! it has an airless pump applicator which I was happy about, I don’t understand why some brands have no applicators for their foundations? Why would anybody even think that is going to be useful? for anyone? So the airless pump was designed to keep the products consistency from getting contaminated, I believe this may be because you don’t need much product therefore the foundation itself will last longer than the average foundation, which means it will need to be keep fresher for longer?!-pretty clever and useful!!

wp-1473933096507.jpgThe packaging aside, I purchased my shade by guessing AND hoping for the best! and it was a perfect match! the shade I bought is Medium 54, the bottle actually looked darker and I thought I had the wrong shade, but once I swatched it was the right shade,  I would say its a LITTLE dark however, it oxidises and looks lighter! So little about this product, Kat Von D claim that this foundation is’ Full Coverage, Highly Pigmented, Long Wearing, Transfer Proof, Fade-Free and has a Velvety Matte Finish’ Now that is a lot of claims all for one product? I have used this foundation enough to give a full review of how it went for me.

I took one pump on the back of my band and then dotted it around my face as I do with my normal foundation, I found that the consistency is quite thick, I buffed the foundation in using my Morphe buffing brush, it went on so smoothly over the Kat Von D Lock-It Primer and blended in beautifully! I have applied it using the Real techniques Miracle Sponge and both times the finish is smooth and flawless, It covered up all my blemishes (I used it without any colour correcting or concealing)!! The foundation lasted all day!! I wore it as I normally do between 8-10 hours (on longer days).

SO it is safe to say, it is definitely Long lasting and FULL coverage, I don’t even need as wp-1473933137133.jpgmuch as concealer as I normally do which brings us to the second claim, it IS highly pigmented, it covered the discoloration/redness/blemishes on my skin and once set the foundation does not fade for up to 8 hours after that it did and that is actually expected!

The only thing I would have to comment on is the finish, it states that that foundation has a ‘Velvet Matte’ finish, which isn’t wrong but, you only achieve that finish when using it with a cream based primer, well in my case I used the Lock-It Primer to achieve it but. Without primer the foundation is fully matte! Which I don’t mind at all, also with a silicone based primer it is goes on matte! So if your buying this for the velvet matte finish you will need a primer to work aside it, if not then the full matte works too!! Also it does sink into pores, BUT that can also be avoided by using a pore filling primer and/or setting powder! (this is another tip I use and love!)

Overall I LOVE this foundation! and highly recommend it, I really think it is worth every penny its cheaper than other high end foundation! This foundation costs £27 and retails at Debenhams online only at the moment I do think they will be in stores SOON!

Lock-It Featherweight Hydrating Primer

I decided to buy the primer as I was getting the foundation, I don’t own a high end primer so this is my first and the packaging is exactly like the Lock-It foundation, however it is white in colour, I was excited to try this out as I hadn’t really heard or seen many reviews about it.


The primer contains soothing properties such as aloe vera, jojoba and shea to hydrate and smoothen skin which gives a perfect base for your makeup, this product claims to hydrate skin and minimise the look of pores and make your foundation last longer.

One pump of this is quite alot, as you can see in the picture, and its actually more than enough, a little bit goes a long way, just like the foundation! This primer really does live up to its name, its very light once absorbed into the skin and really hydrates the skin and leaves the skin feeling smooth which makes it easy for foundation to glide on. This primer works amazing along with the Nars All Day Luminous foundation! I wanted to mention this because I was having a hard time liking the Nars foundation however since using this under it, it is in my good books!

This primer is that because is a hydrating primer and it leaves foundation looking dewy, so if you were to use a matte foundation it wouldn’t look matte unless you set your primer (More about setting primers can be found Here). The Primer does minimise the ‘look’ of pores but doesn’t fully hide them, but it does fill in small lines where foundation tends to sit such as the ‘smile’  lines or like the area around my nose, by the end of the day foundation usually sits together in these areas but since I have been using this that has not happened!

Over all this is like my FAVOURITE primer I am loving it, I have oily combination skin and this is perfect for me, it contains the moisture in my skin without making me look oily or cakey! This priemr retails for £24 at Debenhams, which is quite expensive for a primer however I feel it is absolutely worth it as you only need a small amount and its going to do my skin justice once the weather gets colder and my skin is more on the dry side!

Rate the product: Foundation 9/10 Primer: 10/10

Would I repurchase: Foundation: Maybe Primer: Yes

Would I recommend: Foundation: YES / Primer: YES

Thank you for reading my post! Has anyone else used any of these what are your thoughts on them?


Kat Von D Lock It Concealer Review

Today I will be reviewing the Kat Von D Lock It Creme Concealer. I purchased this last month when Debenhams launched the Kat Von D range, I purposely waited to do a review on this as I wanted to use it properly before giving a full review also trying it out with different foundations and setting powders/sprays!


I purchased this without matching my shade or anything, I just went on google and found swatches and tried to figure which one matched and I ended up purchasing the shade ‘Medium 17 (warm)’ this is best for light/medium skin with yellow undertones. It is very slightly lighter than I thought it would be, looking at the name I would of expected it to be darker, however it is right for me as I go for concealers a shade or two lighter. I have done a comparison post featuring this concealer Here!

First thing I want to talk about is the packaging, it’s actually quite fatter than I thought it would be, its got the KVD logo on the applicator, the packaging resembles the rest of the
KVD range that punk rock theme when looking sat the tube the colour looked waaay to light for me, but once I swatched it and used it I found it was the right match!

When opening the concealer I noticed the lid pushes up once it is unscrewed which I love about all of the KVD products. The applicator is shaped like a triangle which makes application under the eye easierwp-1475434095673.jpg

When applying concealer I usually apply it in a upside down triangle under both eyes, down the bridge of my nose, my forehead and a little on my chin, I then blend it with my fingers under my eye first then go in with the Real Techniques sponge to go under my eyes to give it a more flawless finish and then the rest of my face.


I applied this concealer as I normally do, and I found that I had applied too much! With this concealer you will need a small amount and it really does go a LONG way, the consistency is quite thick so when blending it doesn’t move too much.

This concealer really does live up to its name! Once it is set it stays in place all day! The only thing I would say is I found it hard to find a setting powder that works with this concealer. I first used this with my usual Maybelline Matte Maker setting powder and found that it just broke under my eyes so you could see the darker skin underneath! I then tried setting it with the Laura Mercier setting powder and it did the same, however I find when I bake using the Laura Mercier powder the concealer didn’t break, so for me it works best with A LOT of powder! another thing I noticed that helped was spraying setting spray on the real techniques sponge before blending the concealer.

This concealer does last up to 8 hours (this is how long I usually have my makeup on for).


I have lines under my eyes boo! I never noticed how bad they were till I used this concealer a couple of hours after applying this concealer I notice it sits in to them lines under my eye, I usually just blend it back in with my finger. this is the only downside to this concealer other, I have noticed the creasing does decrease if I bake my under eyes, but then it all just looks a little crazy for an everyday look. (I naturally have those lines under my eyes, so if you don’t have any lines your safe to use it!!

This concealer costs £20 and currently ONLY Debenhams stock it, I do think this is quite expensive for a concealer but I also think its a great concealer! So it would be worth it!

Rate this product: 8/10, this is due to the fact that I have to work with it quite a bit!

Would I recommend this product: YES! its a good concealer if you don’t have such defined lines under your eyes!

Would I repurchase this product: No, its not worth it FOR ME.

Has anyone else used this concealer? or any other KVD product!? I will be reviewing the Kat Von D Lock it Foundation & Primer soon!! Look out for it!


Lab 2 Beauty – Eye Brush Review

If there is one thing you can not have enough of it is makeup brushes!!

So today I am going to be talking about 4 new brushes I have recently been LOVING and they are the Lab2 Beauty ‘Just Eye Brushes’.

First I want to talk about the packaging, each brush was in its own box and each box had so much detail on it. You could find out exactly how to use the brush on a pop out cards at the back so you can keep it in your makeup drawer. The packaging also explains everything you need to know about the brush with a detailed picture of exactly how each brush is made to be used. I don’t own many brushes but I have never seen such detailed packaging!!


The actual brushes have a feel like they cost more than they actually are! The handle is made of a soft to touch rubber and the top is made of metal, the brushes honestly look and feel like really high-quality brushes I was so impressed!! The brushes are made to pick up and apply colour easily and I feel that they are brilliant for the job!

Right, onto the actual brushes, my most favourite brush in the whole lot is the ‘just Blending In Brush’ Oh and I love how each brush has a cool name! This brush is dense yet fluffy at the top so it is perfect for blending out the crease and doesn’t require much effort.


My second favourite brush is the ‘Put A Lid On It Angled Shadow Brush’. This brush is again dense like the others and is angled at the top, this is perfect for blending shade into areas such as the corner of your eye and the outer crease, it is also brilliant for creating a ‘cat eye’ or ‘winged’ look!


The third brush I got was the ‘Beyond A Shadow Of A Doubt Brush’. This is a versatile eye shadow brush, it has a rounded tip which makes it easy to apply the shadow all over the eye while blending out any harsh lines.


Lastly, I have another one of my favourite brushes, ‘All-Over Shadow Brush’. This brush is wide at the top and is brilliant for highlighting the brow bone, or applying the base colour all over the lid. I love this for packing on top of the lid, or with glitters.


The brush itself is soft and since having them I have washed them and they haven’t lost their ‘fluffynes’? haha I’m not sure what the right word for that is! These brushes are amazing at picking shades  up and blending them out, I use these every time I am doing my eyes.

The brushes all retail at around £3-£6 Depending on where you purchase them from, they are so cheap and the quality is amazing!! These brushes are cruelty also cruelty-free!

(I was sent these brushes to review however, this is MY own review and has not been influenced in any way)

Rate this product: 10/10

Would I recommend the product(s): Yes

Would I purchase the product: Yes definitely, they are so worth it!

Thank you for reading my post!


What I learnt in 2016; Contour

I’m back with my second post in my ‘What I learnt in 2016’, this one is about contouring! Contour changed the whole makeup game, I remember the day when blusher was the only thing that I applied on my cheeks! HA!

So, contouring is all about giving you a more defined look, and it’s easy to achieve the perfect contour as long as you have the right products and know where you NEED to apply it.

So here are the things I learnt;

1.The right shade, now I just thought it’s all about your skin shade, so the lighter you are the lighter shade you need, I was so wrong! Haa. Its more about undertones, SO, if you have light/medium skin you will need a contour shade with grey undertones and medium/dark skin will need a contour shade with orange undertones! This is important!

2. Cream contour is good for heavy makeup – powder for light makeup.

3. WHERE you apply contour is CRUCIAL, any contour in the wrong area will ruin everything! So quick set of tips:

  • Applying contour on the forehead along the hairline makes your forehead look smaller, so the more you apply the more smaller it will (visually ) look.
  • Applying contour on the cheeks, from the hairline down towards your lips, just along the cheek bones, this will define the cheek bones so the more product you apply the more defined they will look, DEFINITELY blend this PROPERLY!
  • Applying contour on the nose is the one I learnt a lot about, it’s not the same for everyone, it all depends on the shape of your nose and how YOU want to define it, for me I apply it just the bottom of my nose to give it a ‘lifted’ look.and then use the brush I used to blend my cheek bones with along the sides of my nose
  • Applying contour on the jawline, this I rarely do but when I do I apply the darkest shade along my jawline lightly.

4. Blending is KEY when it comes to contouring!

5. Highlighting after contour is another MUST, it marries the pair together leaving your face looking defined and highlighted! Yaaass!

6. Brushes for powder products and Sponges for cream products!


I know these posts are short but I’m quite enjoying writing them! Thank your reading! and keep your eyes open for more….if you haven’t already then go check out my last post in this series What I learnt in 2016; Brows.


What I learnt in 2016; Eyebrows

Hii guys, I’m starting my ‘what I learnt in 2016’ blog series with one of the things I learnt most about this year, BROWS!

Now my brows have come a LONG way, from the chunky bushy brows when I was younger to the needle thin- just about visible brows from when I was a teenager! – We’ve all been there! my brows have definitely evolved this year and now I feel like I can achieve that perfect natural brow and it didn’t come easy!

I think we all get mislead with all the ABSOLUTELY perfect clean cut brows with the sharp ends that look so natural!- and then all of a sudden we NEED the product that they are using! NO, we don’t, achieving perfect brows is NOT about the best product, its all in the technique! I can achieve the same brow using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Pomade or using the Rimmel Brow Pencil.

So here are the things I learnt;

1. Let them grow, growing your eyebrows can be one of the longest things ever, mine still have not fully grown, for some reason the end of my right brow just does not grow! (You can assist growth by brushing your brows, using oils or using a serum, check my post on how I grew my brows here). You can cover up the extra hairs with concealer while you are growing them out.

2.To make your brows look naturally fuller, don’t trim them from the top, unless you don’t like that look!

3. ALWAYS do your brows first, fill your brow and conceal around the brow, this way you will get perfect brows EVERYTIME!

4. When filling your brows apply the product very lightly, this way you can achieve perfect brows without getting to much product in your brows and making them look harsh.

5. Do not fill the full brow!!! So start half way and fill until the end and then use a spoolie brush to brush the product through the brow, this gives your brow a natural look.

6. Always use a product to set the brow so it stays in place all day!

7. keep the natural shape of your brow, trying to extend the shape of your brow will actually change the whole shape of your eye area likewise making your brows shorter will look odd.

8. Last thing and probably one of the best things I learnt, ANY PRODUCT can give you perfect brows, do not feel like you need the most expensive product to give you amazing brows, you don’t! The difference between products will be that some products will be easier to use.


Thank you for reading my post, keep an eye out for the next post of the series!