|*Archery Brow Tint and Precision Pencil in Brownie Points- £10*|
|Left : Brow Tint // Right: Precision Pencil|
Archery Brow Tint and Precision Pencil
I've only very recently started filling my brows in. For the main bulk of them I just use a brown eye shadow and used to just leave it at that, but since receiving this, I now love using the precision pencil first to fill in the hard to get to ends, and after that use the tint to smooth out the edges and define the ends. I highly recommend this as I do love it and find it useful having both ends on one stick, but for the price of £10 it's a little out of my budget. Buuuut I think I may have to make an exception and repurchase this one!
|*One Heck Of A Blot translucent powder - £12*|
One Heck Of A Blot Translucent Powder
There's not really that much to say about this powder. I don't find it particularly special, but it most certainly does the job. As I have normal/oily skin, a bit of powder makes my face feel so much more finished as I personally am not a fan of the shiny look. The staying power is pretty good too. I put it on in the morning and then have a little top up half way through that day and that suits me fine. Again, it's a little pricey at £12 so if you have the money then I do recommend it, but I won't my buying this again as I simply can't afford to spend that on just a powder!
|Using both the eyebrow pencil and tint, and the powder|
|*The Firminator special bikini body firming formula - £12*|
The Firminator Special Bikini Body Firming Formula
Now away from the make up and onto this, The Firminator. I'm never overly convinced by these things unfortunately as the things they claim to do I personally believe can only come about by exercise and diet. But nevertheless I wanted to give it a go. But as I expected, I noticed very little. It's said to 'help visibly firm, tone and reduce the appearance of orange-peel skin'. By orange-peel skin I'm guessing they mean cellulite, which I am oh so fortunate to have (wooptoop), but sadly did not see any change after using this. Don't get me wrong though, if you're looking simply for a moisturiser then I'd definitely give this a go as it made my skin feel lovely after. As for smell, it doesn't have the usual 'Soap and Glory smell', but it still smells lovely. A sort of floral, soapy mint smell, which I really love.
Have you ever tried any of these? Which did you love or not love so much? Also, if you've used The Firminator, I'd love to hear how you got on with it and if you noticed any changes!