Autumn is well and truly here, and Boots have sent a lovely little package to switch up my makeup and to try out some new beauty products. All of these products are available to buy now in Boots and there are a ton of offers on right now so you can probably pick them up whilst saving yourself some pounds! The products featured here are from Sleek, Maybelline, Rimmel and Soap and Glory.
Firstly, I have to talk about the Soap and Glory Archery. Before I discovered the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz, this was my must have when it came to doing my brows. It's very similar to the Brow Wiz but is half the price at £8 compared to £15.50. Obviously the colours are a bit different but in the Archery I normally use Blondeshell which is similar to ABH Taupe. You can barely tell the difference between the products in both packaging, product and formula and they're both so good for creating false brow hairs to define and thicken the look of your brows, especially if you're naturally blonde like myself. This Archery is in Hot Chocolate which is a bit dark for me but will definitely come in handy if I end up dying my hair darker in the future.
The second product I want to talk about is the Sleek Goodnight Sweetheart palette. I am a huge lover of Sleek purely because their highlight palettes are the bomb.com. Seriously pigmented and affordable. So when this palette arrived I was eager to try it out. As a part of the Goodnight Sweetheart collection, Sleek have launched this palette to embrace the new season by using warm, rich shades including dusky roses, deep plums and iridescent shimmers that are suitable to all skin tones. It has twelve different eyeshadows, full sized mirror and a double ended brush, all for £8.99.
The Rimmel London Sculpting Palette by Kate in #002 (£8.99) is a compact highlight, contour and blush palette that can be used lightly for a fresh look or boldly for a dramatic sculpted effect. The soft shimmer highlighter is used to highlight areas that naturally catch the light so the brow bones, nose, cupids bow and forehead. The darker shading powder is used to contour and define the face where you don't want to emphasis, such as the sides of the face, nose, hairline and the tops of your cheekbones. The blush adds colour to your cheeks and adds a bit of warmth to the face overall. It's so handy having it all in one palette and I think it's one of those products that Rimmel has really needed to bring out this year.