24 Nov 2014

The Workwear Palette

The Aerin make-up range is a small collection of everyday essential products that any woman can carry around with her. Think a capsule wardrobe, but for your make-up bag. And the Weekday Palette encompasses this ideal, with a ready-made work appropriate face in a handy portable palette.

Starting with the cheeks, we've got a pop of pink blush in 'Petal'; which gives a subtle flush to washed out skin, and can only be described in three words, which is "so, so pretty". Aerin have included a highlighter as well, which I'm so happy about as it's a product many palettes fail to include. It's included along with the lip shades, so I mistook it for a shimmery gloss at first! But it's great for accentuating the brow and cheek bones. 

On the eye front - two taupey, grey shades in 'Grayge' and 'Graphite' which are surprisingly bright, and great for creating a day-time smokey look. 

Finally with the lips, we have three shades to choose from, all again very pretty, light and feminine; in 'Rose Balm', 'Geranium' and 'Lebling'. They're quite sheer shades for a natural look, so if you like a more defined lip you might want use another product, but they're great for an everyday subtle look. 




Bar a base, this palette contains everything you'd need for a subtle, classic look. Cheeks- check, eyes - check, lips - check! All in office appropriate shades to take you from 9-5 in a gorgeous gold case, that's literally so beautiful it's taken pride of place on my dressing table.

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  1. Love the packaging of this, it looks so sleek!

    xx

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  2. I've literally never even heard of this brand today but I spotted it in the cosmetics company store, I swatched some of their creamy foundations and they were amazing! I wish I'd seen this palette, I definitely could have been tempted into buying one!

    Sammy xo.

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