Beauty // Ted Baker Make Up Review 

January signals the time for change. Whether you’re sticking to new resolutions, making better choices or switching up your routine, now’s the time to do it. And I’m starting with my make up bag!

In a bid to join the ‘new year new me’ gang I’m starting small by saying out with the old….and in with new rose gold Ted Baker products!

I’m still on the saving money bandwagon so I’m trying new products and taking advantage of Boots many different offers with this new range from the Aintree Shopping Park

I’m guilty of using old products for month and months so I’ve invested in new products to keep my face and skin happy!

So let’s get to it! I first noticed the packaging with the mix of white and rose gold. Each product has been well designed and will stand out in your make up bag or on your dressing table.

With a choice of eye shadow palettes, blush and contour palette, nail varnishes, brushes and mascara and eyeliners, the range covers everything you need for a day to night look.

So far, I’ve tried the eyeshadow palette which I love thanks to its brown and gold tones. Each one has lasting power, and whilst they may not be perfectly pigmented, they’re great to wear on a shopping trip and can be built on to create a night out look.

I adore the peachy shade of the blusher. Again, it’s not amazing in that it need to be built up to create definition, but it’s a beaut of a neutral, spring peach shade.

I’ve also got to mention the candle I’m burning in this pictures. It was a Christmas gift from my mum from Aldi, belive it or not and it smells amazing! The scent is sweet pear and cedarwood and it filled my home with such a delicious scent for hours!

This post is in collaboration with Aintree Retail Park who kindly gifted me with a small budget to shop at the many different stores.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow, that’s new! Thanks for sharing. I didn’t know that Ted Baker makes cosmetics. What’s the production country for the blush/bronzer please? The packaging reminds me of the old Clarin’s palette from 1990’s 😀 beautiful packaging~~

    1. Ruth Writes says:

      Ah I’m not sure sorry as I’ve thrown all the packaging away! It’s worth checking out though!

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