Risky Business

I love wearing ankle boots, regardless of the weather I always think they give a mod vibe to any outfit. My most recent addition to my collection are the Asos Risky Business Ankle Boots, in Ice Blue. I've wanted a pair of lighter/whiter boots for ages but they always seem to be at least £100 which I just couldn't commit to, these are much more affordable. They seem to be pretty good quality too. Although I always feel that Asos quality is a bit hit and miss but hopefully they will last well. They're pretty comfy and so easy to wear with dresses, jeans and skirts. The subtle blue shade goes with practically everything and helps to stop my usually monochromatic outfits feeling too drab.

Nars Dragon Girl

Is it sad to admit that I bought a lipstick largely because Taylor Swift said she wears it? Probably. Do I regret it? Not at all.

This was my first trying of any of the Nars lip products (I was already a big fan of their base offerings). I must say I'm pretty damn impressed, but when T-Swift says it's good what do you expect. Just in case your not up on your Taylor Swift trivia I'm actually talking about the Nars Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Dragon Girl.

I suppose this fits into the 'reds' category, although its got a pinker undertone than most reds, almost fuchsia which I love. I feel as though for my skin tone its much more wearable than a more standard true red. The pencil shape means its really easy to apply and lets you cheat your lip line a little. Although I'm currently trying to back away from this as much as possible (I was starting to look a little too Kylie Jenner). The staying powers also pretty great as well. I wore this for my birthday meal and it didn't budge despite copious amounts of pizza and vodka.

If you into matte lipsticks its defiantly worth checking it out, if you can get hold of it.

Crazy for Concealers

I'm a concealer girl, foundation I can forgo, mascara I can skip, and its rare I can be bothered with lipstick. But being and acne ridden twenty something means that concealer is the one thing I can never skip. As a result I've developed a collection of concealers all of which feel completely essential in my routine.

Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer

It took me so long to actually by this, but thank God I did. Its has a lightweight formula that blends really seamlessly in to the skin, with pretty high coverage. I apply it straight on to the skin and blend it in either with my beauty blender or with a my fingers. I usually apply it areas larger areas of my face under my eyes, around my nose even in the centre of my forehead and under my chin, since its so light diffusing. Its also my go to choice for a 'skip the foundation concealer option'.

Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage

People seem to really hate this one, which I can understand. Its really dry texture means that one first swatch you can literally imagine the flakey skin appearing around the blemish. But thats not actually the case. Its perfect for some Lisa Eldridge style pinpoint concealing. I use an eyeliner brush apply it directly over the blemish tap it in with my finger a little and I know that its covered all day. Honestly its a hero.

Clinque All About Eyes

This might be my longest running concealer love, in fact its probably time I ditched this tube and replaced it. All though the texture can feel a little heavy its SO heavily pigmented that you need just the smallest dot to do a whole face. In fact I usually end up having too much on the back of my hand. This is the one I bust out when theres a serious eye bag situation going on, I pop it on doing the old Kim Kardashian style triangle and I know they'll be gone.