Simple Spring Look.

Quick summery before we start; I very busy at the meomet with school, so I'm afraid that you shouldnt expect a post every week and i know its been like this for a while, but I'm finally excepting that I can't do everything, but in a few months I will be back to my weekly schedlue. 

Anyway. Spring is in full force which means warm days, cold days and very very rainy days, so you have to be prepared for anything. I put together my go early spring outfit, which I think encorporates everything you need to get through an English spring day. First of all, if I want to look cassic, but simple then I will always go for my black jeans. These are some mid-rise jeans from New Look, so hopefully they will last a long time and they fit really nicely aroud my larger legs which many women can relate too. 
As it is spring time, I think you should try to lighten up your wardrobe and this season I have been liking pink which is unusual since I'm not a typical 'girly girl', but the classic stripes and little bits of black tie in with my black jeans and shoes. I really wanted to show the fun colours in the thin spring jumper which is good in the sinshine, but not cold in the annoying wind. 

And of course a classic spring look could be without a lovely trench coat. You can wrap up warm with a scraf or let it flow around you in the sunshine. One of my favourite things is to tie the bet around my waist so I can get that hour glass figure most of us would like. And paid with some shiny loafers that I have had for years, I think this outfit comes toegther nicely and I wanted to share it with you. I have left links to the items at the bottom.

What do you like to wear in Spring weather?

Jumper is from Primark.

Benefit High Beam Review.

Wow, its been ages since I've done a makeup review. Makeup reviews are some of my favourite posts to read because I like to be informed before I buy a product, especially if it High end. (With a high end price) Unfortunately I don't have the money to get anything I take a fancy too otherwise my hoarder gene would come out in full force.

I have been meaning to do this review because I have had this highlighter for months, but that does mean I can paint a well informed image of the Benefit Product. If you have read my other reviews, you will know that Benefit is my favourite High end brand and this 'High Beam' highlighter has confirmed my love. However I admit I donnot have that much experience with highlighters like I do with other products. In my opinion I have a fair knowledge about concealers and mascaras, but I have used highlighters a lot less. I tried a powder highlighter which I did not like because y face looked so cakey even with the smallest amount, but as High Beam is in a liquid form you can dab some on your finger tips and gently smooth it over the high points of your face.

So here are the details. In the Uk it costs £19.50 which is I think is reasonable as a High end product, but obviously not everyone has that money to spend on just a highlighter.

As you can see it definitely has a pink undertone, but that does not show up on the skin which made me happy because I can't stand face products with pink undertones as I have an olive undertone even when I'm pale. So, I would say this product is not for the pinky pale people of the world, but for everyone.
Something that people may not like is the bottle, Its pretty but it is in the shape of a nail polish so you have to use the nail polish like brush to put the product either in you hand to dab with you fingers, brush and beauty blender or you can put it straight on the your brush or beauty blender. The blendability (Yes, I know its not a word) is not the best but it is workable.

So this is what I think of the great Hugh Beam Highlighter.
Are there any products that you particularlylike at the moment?