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Brows and highlight with Natural Collection | Beauty


Brows are up there as one of my most important steps in my make up routine. Mine are just so gappy and have no real shape without taking the time to fill in and shape. I've been a Soap and Glory Archery gal for so long now, and have gone through so many re-purchases I've lost count. When the Natural Collection brow collection came out, I wasn't aware of how much of a game changer it could be.


When filling in and shaping my brows, I like to make sure they still look quite natural (well, as natural as they can look). In this picture above I used the pencil and the gel as I found I enjoyed using them the most and, gave the best look with regards to my personal taste.I tried so many times to get the hang of using the wax but haven't quite got it yet so will keep persisting with that one. 

Highlighting is a step in my routine that I don't always go through with. I save it for more, special occasions that mean I'll take slightly longer getting ready for. Highlighting sticks are a great idea for a quick glow. Rose glow and Coral glow (left and middle) are the shades I've used the most. They are so pigmented and have so much pay off that a light hand is key! I applied them with my fingertips to ensure the lightest glow for daytime wear. The Copper glow is far too dark for my skin so will be passing it on to family or friends but I totally appreciate the colour of it. It's so gorgeous and would even look great on the eyes.

Wearing Rose glow

All of the products that have been mentioned in this post are only £1.99 each. Can you believe it! The quality of these products that have such a low price point is mental. Just shows, you don't need to spend a fortune on some products and still get a great outcome. 

Have you tried any of these yet? Are you big on your brow or highlight game?

xoxo

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  1. I never thought their products would be such good quality :) will have to try them out at some point!

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