Clinique Black Honey Makeup Collection

Clinique Black HoneyI wasn’t entirely sure what I thought about the Clinique Black Honey collection at first; it all looked very red. I mean, there’s nothing that’s actually red, but the undertones all seemed to be much warmer than those that I’d usually pick out. I thought that the eye shades would make me look tired or upset so I was quite cautious about using them…but once I popped them on, I loved them. In fact, the eye quad (with its funky metal casing) is my favourite piece from the collection! That and the brush-on cream liner, which surprised me by being really simple and quick to use. I’m not convinced by the lip colour, but that’s because I’m blonde and it made me look like the Bride of Dracula. Take a look at the video and see what you think! You can find all of the products used in the information below the video box, with links to stockists.

Shopping List!

Aveeno Daily Skin Brightening Moisturiser, SPF15, reduced at the moment to £6.66 here at Boots:

Lancome Softening Concealer Shade 2, I think this may be discontinued!

Becca Mineral Blush in Damselfly (how couldn’t I pronounce that?!) £25 from LookFantastic here:

Clinique Black Honey Palette Eye Quad, £23 from Boots online here:

Clinique Brush-On Cream Liner, £13.50 from Boots here:

Nail Polish: San Tan-tonio by OPI, £10.50 from HQHair with free delivery here:

Pixi Eye Brush

No7 Powder Brush

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