The Autumn/Winter transition is my favourite time of the year. I love nothing more than winter fashions, layers, scarves and dark colours for makeup. I have been reaching for these two products more often that I realised recently and had to share my love for them.
Inglot eyeshadows are a thing of beauty and so rarely given the time of day, I think if they had better names than a number, we'd be shouting about them everyday. These eyeshadows are part of their freedom system palettes which are similar to the mac palettes but a hell of a lot cheaper! You can by small compacts or larger ones, but I really wanted an everyday palette I could take anywhere with me and this 2 pan was only £6 with magnetic fasten, super strong magnets may I add!
31 is the lightest of these two colours which to me is a beautiful golden taupe with copper and pink shimmer undertones which compliment beautifully. Think rose gold, but in an eyeshadow and when all over the lid, it is so pretty.
423 is the darker shadow which I felt was the perfect accompanying eyeshadow to 31. This dark mauve also contains a hint of shine to it and has a slight brown colour too it too which works perfectly for a crease colour.
These eyeshadows are only £5 each so you could easily create your perfect duos, quads or more for a fraction of the price of MAC! These are the perfect winter colours for a small duo too, and look so autumnal and smokey ready for winter! The hint of shine in both of these provides the perfect winter frosting finish.You can buy inglot freedom palettes here.[LINK]
V05 Give Me Texture texturising spray is a bit of an odd one to add to winter favourites I'm sure you'l agree however, how did I live without this before. After hearing a lot about the Oribe texturising spray, which is way over my budget I decided to try this out for a mere £2 whilst doing a supermarket shop.
This is a great addition to anyone with lifeless (drops easy) hair, which is my hair all over. When I straighten my hair it can look so very thin and flat to my head due to the thin texture of my hair, a quick spray of this through the roots and crown and texture galore. Its not so much a volumiser but provides more of a messy look to provide that texture to lift the hair. I really love this product and have used it everyday since, especially on damp days where I know my hair will droop quicker than Droopy the dogs expression. You can buy this here! [LINK]
What have you been loving this winter to get through the transition?