Posts Tagged ‘makeup’
The winner of the HD Brows competition is…
Friday, June 27th, 2014

We’d like to say a huge congratulations to Erdu Bartu who has won a  HD Brows treatment plus items from their new Make Up range worth £178! We hope you enjoy your prize!

WIN a HD Brows treatment, plus their NEW Make Up range worth £178!
Monday, June 16th, 2014

To celebrate our new website, we have teamed us with HD Brows to give away the chance to win their famous treatment, plus a selection of products from the NEW! Make Up range.


The HD Brows 7-step treatment includes consultation, tinting, waxing, trimming, threading, tweezing and aftercare. The NEW! Make Up range from HD Brows is then the perfect way to keep your brows looking striking day in, day out.


The Prize – the full HD Brows experience, plus products from the NEW! Make Up range including:

  • Eye & Brow Palette
  • Fluid Foundation
  • Brow Colour Fix
  • Powder Blush
  • Eye Opener
  • Lip Gloss
  • Highlighter
  • A treatment by a local HD Brows stylist worth £25

Total RRP £178. The treatment will be arranged by HD Brows who will choose a HD Brows professional local to the winner. Colours and shades of products can be tailored to the winner.


Enter by becoming a Latest in Beauty member through Rafflecopter below which will unlock extra entries giving you more chances to win! UK entrants only, competition closes midnight on Sunday 22nd June 2014.

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For those of you dying to get your hands on the new HD Brows make up range, you can get a 20% discount with an exclusive Latest in Beauty offer. Just use the code LATEST20 – happy shopping!

The winner of the Bourjois competition is….
Monday, June 9th, 2014



 We’d like to say a huge congratulations to Kelly Cleeton who has won a selection of Bourjois products worth over £100!

WIN £100 worth of Makeup Revolution goodies!
Thursday, June 5th, 2014


Makeup Revolution only launched in March and is already taking the beauty world by storm with their innovative professional and exciting products! Win £100 of Makeup Revolution products including the bestselling palette Iconic 3! Recently featured in the British Beauty Blogger Dream Box, it’s one of Jane Cunningham’s favourites, and we can’t get enough of playing around with the palette here at Latest In Beauty.


THE PRIZE – RRP £100.50

  • Iconic 3 palette
  • Highlighter Golden Lights
  • Cream Blusher Peach Cream
  • Blusher Wow
  • Vivid Blush Lacquer Rush
  • Baked Bronze Golden Days
  • Baked Blush Bang Bang You’re Dead
  • Acid Brights Palette
  • Eyes Like Angels Nail Collection
  • Hopes and Dreams Collection
  • Focus & Fix Brow Kit Med-Dark
  • Eye Dust Rivalry
  • Eye Dust Grandeur
  • Amazing Eyeliner Black
  • Amazing Volume Mascara Black
  • Eyeshadow In the Deep
  • Eyeshadow Mmmm
  • Awesome Metals Eye Foil Rose Gold
  • Awesome Eyeshadow & Eyebrow Palette Disapear till tomorrow
  • Kajal
  • Scandalous Lipstick Collection
  • Lipstick The One
  • Lipstick Dare
  • Salvation Intense Lip Lacquer More than I could give
  • Salvation Velvet Lip Lacquer Keep lying for you
  • Lip Gloss Tube Free
  • Lip Gloss Tube Move a little closer
  • Amazing Care Happy Lips Love Pink!
  • Amazing Lip Gloss Nude Shimmer
  • Amazing Lip Gloss Coral
  • Lip Power Yesterday’s Favourite
  • Lip Power Anticipate It
  • 100 Eyeshadow Collection
  • Focus & Fix Eye Primer


To enter, simply use the form below to like us on facebook and gain unlock extra entries for a higher chance of winning the prize. But hurry! The competition closes at midnight TONIGHT! Open to UK entrants only.

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Hello bright eyes! Mastering the art of colourful eyeshadow
Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Unsure how to use the Makeup Revolution Palette in the latest British Beauty Blogger Dream Box? Let me walk you through it.


The first thing most people think when they see super bright colors like the ones in this palette is, “WOW what do I do with those!? Fancy dress?”, whilst the first thing a makeup artist thinks is,  “What’s the pigment like?”

I am going to teach you how to use the bright colours in this palette without you taking them off before you go out! The Revolution palette in sticks and stones, went to the top of my list when I turned it over and saw it using one of my fave words… “AWESOME eyeshadow and eyebrow palette”. There are two good eyebrow shades at the bottom of the palette, and when you use the little angled brush to fill in any gaps rather than paint your brows on you get a really natural effect. The pigment in the eyeshadows is quite strong when layered, but can also be toned down so they aren’t frighteningly bright if you aren’t used to coloured shadow. You could always use a cream shadow underneath it, either Bobbi Brown Cream Shadows are good or MAC Paint pots, to strengthen the colour.

Now I won’t go through all the different combinations of colours – I’ll leave that to you to play with them – but I would recommend just building and blending the colours as you play.


So for playtime, here’s how to get the look:

The Smolder Eye:

To make it somewhat different to the typical smokey eye, I didn’t put colour or black on the bottom lash line. So it’s a smolder just at the outer edge. Put whatever colour you choose all over your eyelid and use the highlighter in the similar colour on the inside of your eye. Then for the outer edge using the bronze, grey or black blend it in with a little bit of the brown to create a soft fade through the colours. You can also use the bronze in the eye crease to blend the edge of the colour so it doesn’t stop too abruptly.

Now if you want to make this stronger you can add a gel, liquid liner, or blend kohl liner into the lash line top and bottom, blending the bottom outer edge the way I did the top outer edge to create the fade.


The Bright Eye:

I have created a coloured eye look for you to have a go with, and I did this using purple (to show how it doesn’t always look like a black eye!) and my fingers. If you just layer the colour bit by bit, you may find it easier.

Start by putting the eye shadow all over your eye lid while tipping your head back so you can see your eye socket. Take the colour just above your eye socket  Now pat some more of your darker shade colour onto your eyelid only so it creates the fade out effect.

Using a brush or your finger drag some of the same coloured shadow along your lower lash line to meet the top at the outer edge. Then with your ring finger, press some of the highlight colour or a brighter colour on the inside of your eye (where I’ve put the pink). To keep it fresh and modern just apply mascara or a deeper purple liner only on the top lid.


My last tip for these looks is to wait and apply your foundation/BB cream or concealer after you’ve created your eye look, as eyeshadow drops! 

Have fun!



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