Collection Cosmetics, who you may formerly know as 'Collection 2000', kindly sent me some of their new products to trial, which I am excited to share with you today. If I am being honest, I think the last time I wore 'Collection 2000' was in my teens, so I am please to see that the brand have evolved not only to still capture the interest of the younger market, with their wide range of playful colours, but also to have'grown up' with their customers and almost sophisticate the brand with an overhaul of both the name - to omit the 2000 to just 'Collection' - as well as their product offerings and overall feel.
Work The Colour Eyebrow Kit
At just £3.99, if you have been looking for a way to achieve beautiful or bushy Cara Delevingne eyebrows, then the Work The Colour Eyebrow Kit is a must for you! Having naturally fair hair, my eyebrows and eyelashed are practically white! So with the help of actually dying my eyebrows on a monthly basis - especially now my hair is a darker dirty blonde - I find this kit a refreshing way to fill in my eyebrows, as they are also actually quite sparse. I prefer that this nifty kit comes with eyebrow gel, similar to clear mascara, to hold you desired shape in place rather than wax, as I find that using wax and then putting powder on top really doesn't work for me! Do you have a favourite way to fill your brows in?
Lasting Perfection Concealer
Available in four colours from 'fair' to 'dark' the Lasting Perfection Concealer comes with a stick applicator that is not too dissimilar of a lipgloss wand, which glides on perfectly under your eye cirlces and does basically what is says on the tin: lasts all day. If you like to contour with concealers you could get yourself a mix of colours to highlight and define certain areas of your face. So, when they cost less than a fiver each, you can build up your concealer collection, no problem!
Silent Movie - Charleston - SpeakEasy
Three of my favourite lip colours just happened to luckily be in my package from Collection Cosmetics and three colours that I think every girl should have in their lipstick collection. A red with 'Silent Movie', a nude with 'Charleston' and a baby pink with 'SpeakEasy', all three colours which I have enjoyed testing out. For a considerably 'cheap' lipstick at £3.99, compared to £15 each for my beloved MAC collection, the colour really does a good job of lasting and there is not a horrible taste on your lips, which you can sometimes get for budget lipsticks, so all in all I have been overly impressed with each product from Collection Cosmetics, which does to show that you don't have to pay top dollar to look and feel like a million bucks!
Have you tried the new releases from Collection Cosmetics or does it make you feel nostalgic and take you back to your high-school years, like it does for me?