I have a confession to make, I didn’t post about the last Bellabox because it was too boring for me. I read a few reviews where other bloggers loved it but it wasn’t for me. This months Bellabox is appropriately named Complexion Perfection and isn’t just themed around your face.
Working in retail there is one thing I see every single day that makes me feel really sick. People using make-up testers on their face as if the product was their own. Testers are there for people to test the colour and texture of a make up product on a part of their skin that is similar to the face like the back of the hand or the inside of your wrist.
A few months ago I stopped my subscription to Bellabox Australia because it just wasn’t worth it for me anymore. I continued to watch what was coming in via the boxes and I have re-subscribed after seeing the quality of each box go back to a great standard. My first box back is the Conscious Beauty Box and as I sit here stroking my soft skin thanks to the Derma E Purifying 2-in-1 Charcoal Mask I am glad I am back.
Make-up brushes, We know what they are but what is each brush called? What are they all used for? Read on to find out what you can use each brush for. Make-up brushes can be confusing. When I started using make up I took the hands on approach, Make-up brushes were for eye-shadow and I didn’t need them for anything else. This was also at a time where BYS was my go to make up brand and you didn’t need make-up brushes when you had roll on.