Thursday, 17 April 2008

Arrrggghhhhhhhhhhh........!!!! More shopping!

I've already placed an order for a set of Everyday Mineral make-up brushes but I just couldn't resist these lot. I've been wanting to get this set of Jemma Kidd (School of Make Up) make-up brushes and yesterday, I've got to have them. They really are great stuff. The hair used on them are natural and feels really soft. I've just washed them last night and they've nearly completely dried this afternoon when I checked on them. They went back to their original shape as well, which I'm amazed.



This is about the best eye make-up remover I've ever used as it's so gentle on my skin and yet removes my waterproof mascara effectively. For £2.99 for 50 mls bottle, it's such a bargain. I've tried almost all of the top brand on shelves but I keep coming back to this one. It's been reliable all these time and I'm never going to abandon it... ever again ;)
I love Jemma Kidd's beauty product as she seem to understand how important make-up and accessories are for girls like us. Hardly surprising really when she's grown up with top models (her mum and sister Jodi Kidd) and a make-up artist as well.
I love these eye lash curler. I hate those that nip the corner of your eye lid but these are great to use and gives great curles as well.


For cheek
Highlighting brush
A pair of colouring brushes
Eye lining brush. They're made from nylon so they don't feel tickly on your lids when applying that defining eyeliners you love to wear. Apparently, this is also great for shaping eye brows.
The pink brush holder is soooo girly! Looks stunning on top of my dressing table with the rest of my trinkets. Love it!

2 comments:

James Makeup said...

Is the Jemma Kidd brush set worth the money, I like the look of the contour blush/bronzer brush but I am unsure.

Can I ask to, do you like the ruby and millie curved blush brush do you rate it?

Cheers

James
www.illusionsbyjc.com

Gracie said...

Hiya James!

I'd say Jemma Kidd brush set is absolutely worth the money. I've been using mine for over a year now and they are still intact plus they are just joy to use.

If I'm being honest, I much prefer Jemma Kidd make up brushes compared to Ruby & Millie.

I hope this helps.

xxx