09 Apr Glo minerals Pretty in Pink make-up challenge
I have to admit, with the exception of nail polish and lip gloss, I’ve never really been drawn towards pink make-up.
There are two reasons for this: pink is, in my opinion, way too girlie for this tomboy at heart, plus with my long blonde hair I do not wish to be compared to the princess of pink Barbie or god forbid, an airhead!
But when mineral make-up range Glo minerals announced their ‘Pretty in Pink’ make-up challenge I decided to bite the bullet and embrace pink, especially as it’s a key spring/summer trend. Plus, I also happen to think that mineral make-up is one of the best things since sliced bread.
So in my mind, pink equals soft and feminine. How on earth will I give it a pretty edge?
Adopting a subtle approach which I feel is more appropriate for my age, I aimed for a wash of pink and here are the results:
I used a trio of products to get the look, starting by brushing the dove grey from Eye Shadow Trio in Ballerina (£22, above right) onto my eyelids, and smudging the two pink shades onto my browbone with fingers.
I then swirled Shimmer Brick Highlight Powder in Gleam (£27.50, above left) onto my cheeks, and finished with new Lipstick in Pink Sugar (£15), a shimmery pink that you could only really get away with wearing in spring.
If you want to vote for my Pretty in Pink look on the Glo minerals Facebook page (if I win or am a runner up I will have bags of Glo minerals make-up to give away so every vote counts!), visit:
The Pretty in Pink challenge entry photographs should be up on Facebook next week.
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