Phee’s Makeup Tips Limited Edition Christmas Eyeshadow Duo| Review

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Phee is killing it again with her Christmas duo! The shades are the perfect to create a glitzy Christmas look that will have all eyes on you. All of Phee’s eyeshadows are super pigmented but I feel like these shades take it even further.
Moreish is an intense foil gold and Pyrite is a more subtle antique gold with a black base.

Check out my instagram for a moving swatch:


You can expect a tutorial using these shades soon!

The duo is available for £11 here or for £6.50 each.

(All products in this post were purchased by myself – all opinions are my own)

Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation Demo and Review | Video



Products used:
MUFE Step 1 Smoothing Primer
MUFE Ultra HD Foundation in R230
– Ebay brush
MUFE Full Cover Concealer in 1
MUFE 144 brush
MUFE HD Powder
MUFE 128 Brush

(This video contains a mix of gifted and paid for products. It is not sponsered and all opinions are my own.)

Phee’s Makeup Tips Mineral Eyeshadows | Review

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I was lucky enough to be sent the new mineral eyeshadows created by Phee’s Makeup Tips. I was super stoked to try them out and I wasn’t disappointed. The eyeshadows come pressed in a larger-than-usual 37mm pan giving you 3g of product. They will fit easily in a Z-palette and the minimal packaging is great for the environment (hooray!)

2Swatches! Peppered, Sphinx and Polilla (l-r)

The shadows are crazy pigmented and have a lovely shimmer to them that isn’t chunky in the slightest. When applying the shadows I didn’t experience any fallout, which is great considering shimmery shadows often do have a lot of fallout (just remember to tap the excess off your brush before applying) and they blended perfectly.

Here’s a quick little play I had with the eyeshadows, I used Polilla all over the lid, Sphinx in the crease and under the eye (I do love a good warm colour in the crease) and Peppered to highlight the inner corner. The colours all look great together but would work perfectly alone as well.

The eyeshadows are available for £6.50 for 3g of product from her website and as with all Phee’s products, the mineral eyeshadows are cruelty free.

(All products in this post were gifted to me)

Phee’s links
YouTube: Phee’s Makeup Tips
Twitter: @pheesmakeuptips
Instagram: @pheesmakeuptips
Facebook: Phee’s Makeup Tips
Snapchat: pheestips

Phyto PhytoCitrus Color Protect Radiance Shampoo | Review


Upon purchasing this Shampoo I was excited to try it as was my first time using a “luxury” shampoo, and I have to say I was underwhelmed. I do like it, as it has a soft citrus fragrance, cleans the hair well and helps to maintain my colour, which is all I expect from a good shampoo. I guess I was expecting miracles, but at the end of the day, shampoo is just shampoo!

The metal bottle does feel very luxurious, but perhaps isn’t best for traveling and I like to be able to squeeze my shampoo bottles which you obviously can’t here. It is priced at £12.50 for 200ml, which is a bit excessive to me, however you can get it for slightly cheaper from Feel Unique.

Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Water / Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (Dérivé D’huile De Coco), Propylene Glycol, Coco-Betaine, Cocamide Mipa (Dérivés D’huile De Coco), Glycol Cetearate (Dérivé D’huile De Palme), PEG-4 Rapeseedamide (Dérivé D’huile De Colza), Lauryl Pyrrolidone, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Protein (Amande Douce), Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract (Pamplemousse), PEG-15 Cocopolyamine (Dérivé D’huile De Coco), Polyquaternium-10 (Dérivé De Cellulose De Bois), Coco-Glucoside (Dérivé D’huile De Coco), Glyceryl Oleate, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Flower Extract (Carthame), Sucrose (Extrait De Canne À Sucre), Zea Mays (Corn) Oil (Huile De Germe De Maïs), Beta-Carotene, Glycerin, Fragrance / Parfum, Sodium Chloride, Dimethylpabamidopropyl Laurdimonium Tosylate, Benzyl Alcohol, Quaternium-80, Citric Acid, Tetrasodium EDTA, Chlorphenesin, Limonene, Propylene Glycol Stearate, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone.

(All products in this post were purchased by myself)

Phee’s Makeup Tips Glow Highlight Powder in Cryptic | Review

Screen Shot 2015-02-17 at 16.51.44IMG_3394IMG_3396Phee has come out with a limited edition hi-shine silver highlight powder that really packs a punch. As with her other Glow Highlight Powders the pigmentation is amazing and a little goes a long way.

IMG_3384 IMG_3392I’m a little bit obsessed with the colour and love to use it on all the high points of my face to create an icy highlight. It also works amazing as an eyeshadow.

It can he purchased here for £8

Phee will soon be releasing some eyeshadows! So follow her on her social media to keep up to date with that.
YouTube: Phee’s Makeup Tips
Twitter: @pheesmakeuptips
Instagram: @pheesmakeuptips
Facebook: Phee’s Makeup Tips
Snapchat: pheestips

Phee’s Makeup Tips Glow Highlight Powder: New Shades! | Review

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Phee recently added four new shades to her range of highlight powders so I obviously had to buy them all. You can see my review of the original here. I bought the whole set bundle which came to £35, plus you get 20% off which ends this Friday (8th May) so if you fancy picking some up then I suggest you do it now. I wanted to get another of the original to put in my kit so this bundle was the best option. You can also buy them separately or in duos.

The Original








All the new shades are incredibly beautiful, but if I had to choose a favourite it would be Mariposa, which I used on my eyes and cheeks in this recent tutorial.

Glow Highlight Powder is £8 for 2.5g and bundles are available from

(All products featured in this post were purchased by myself)

Miyma Ramzy Makeup


(Image © Omayma Ramzy)

A few weeks ago when at House of GlamDolls I had the pleasure of meeting Omayma Ramzy, a makeup and hair artist who has started to make her own lipsticks. I was looking through her range and she was kind enough to gift me with the shade I liked most!

The lipsticks come in a cute little package that includes the lipstick, a tag with the shade name on and a selection of sequins.

The shade I got is called Pop! The Cherry and it’s a bright cherry pink that looks more red in the bullet than how it transfers onto the skin.

The colour and texture are lovely and it lasts well on the lips. Here’s a shot of me wearing it.

As far as I’m aware the lipsticks aren’t available to buy yet, so be sure to follow her social media to keep up to date.

Instagram: @miyma_ramzy#miymaramzymakeup