What's on my face #4 - Autumn Edition

Mac Studio Fix Fluid - £20 
Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer - £4.19 
Clinique Super Primer - £19 - Review 
Rimmel Stay Matte Powder - £3.99 -
 Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara - £13 - Review
Maybelline Brow Drama - £3.99 - Review
 Eylure 020 Flase Lashes - £5.99 -
Sleek Brow Stylist - £4.99 - Review
Seventeen HD Liquid Liner - £4.79 -
Benefit They're Real Mascara - £9.95 (sample) - Review
Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Cherub - Review
Benefit's Hoola - £20 - Review
Mac Lipsticks in Diva and Rebel - £15.50 each - Review 
Mac Pro Longwear Shadow in Uninterrupted - £17 - Review 

I'm really getting into Autumn looks, as I'm sure most of the blogging world is too! I'm trying to keep everything else fairly simple but flawless. I've chosen a lot of perfecting products that provide great coverage but without being too OTT. I've regained my love for the Mac Studio Fix Fluid which is great for oily skin and provides a heavier coverage which is great for me at the moment. Obviously the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer is a must have and I won't bore you with all that spiel. I've also gone back to my Clinique Super Primer which is so nearly dead. I find that it does make my make up last a little longer than my beloved Mac one. Some casuals in there like the Rimmel Stay Matte Powder, Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara, my favourite brow combo of the Sleek Brow Stylist and Maybelline Brow Drama, Eylure 020 Flase Lashes and the Seventeen HD Liquid Liner. All great products, that I've rambled on and on about before. As well as some old faves in there I've also thrown in some newbies. I've recently reviewed the Benefit They're Real Mascara and explained how unfortunately it doesnt work for me, but I've been using it anyway because I like the brush, just been keeping on top of the smudges. I've then been using the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Blush in Cherub which I've really fallen for. It's the type of shade that looks like a really natural flush of colour and it sits on make up beautifully. Then my new favourite bronzer is definitely Benefit's Hoola, I actually prefer this over Nars Laguna (shock horror) but that's simply because it's completely matte and I can get a little bronzer happy which looks unnatural with a shimmery one. On my eyes I've been going for something pretty but completely neutral, something that doesn't look too much with a bold lip but it really easy to wear and that product is the Mac Pro Longwear Eyeshadow in Uninterrupted, which is a really stunning caramel colour that would really suit anyone. 
Then finally I've been opting for one of two vampy lip shades, both by Mac and favourites. Diva is a matte shade, it's a dark plummy red but really autumn appropriate. It's super long lasting, drink and food proof. Secondly I've been going for Rebel which is a slightly prettier colour with a pinker tone to it. It's satin finish which means it's still glossy but the pigmentation remains equally as good, it's not as long lasting as a matte finish but I wear this more in the day time.  

Mac Diva 

Mac Rebel 

Jess xo

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