Peach Cobbler-ed.

Oh my God. I mean, seriously, “OMG”. That has to win the prize as one of my worst ever titles, surely? I’m laughing insanely at it even as I type. Sod it, it stays. The reference to Peach Cobbler will probably be lost on many non-US readers but that makes the whole thing even more satisfyingly insane.

Peach! Peaches! I had a moment of peach madness last week and decided to pile on just about every peach-tinted thing that I own. The results are below. Used in moderation, peach brightens and enlivens sallow skin – it’s perfect for the transition from winter into springtime when you have no tan yet but want to look more alive. If you’re not into peachy skin (or simply have the wrong base skintone for it) then consider a peachy-nude lip or a flash of brightening apricot swept over the eyelids. There are a few ideas to pick and choose from in this video – obviously I have demonstrated them all on one face! More information and links for the products used can be found beneath the video pane.

PS: I am absolutely head-over-heels with Chanel’s ‘June’ polish and also the Eclosion quad for Spring 2012. Peach-orama.

Chanel Polish in ‘June’, £17.50:

YSL Manicure Couture, £28:

Dior Skin Flash Primer, £28:

MyFace Mymix Foundation in Fair, £12.99:

Rimmel Match Perfection:

Estee Lauder Extreme Mascara:

Chanel Eye Quad in Eclosion, £37:

Chanel Powder Brush:

Jemma Kidd Cream Blush in Pawpaw:

Clarins Instant Light Blush in Coral, £19:

Edward Bess Quad Royale, £35:

Clarins Gloss Prodige in Rose, £15.50:

YSL Golden Gloss, £22:

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