Getting Glowy

Thursday, December 08, 2016
For today's video (which was meant to go up yesterday but... life...) i'm trying out some new goodies from 100% Pure and letting you know my thoughts on them!

My brand focus video on 100% Pure - 

Bronzer Swatches - 

SALE: 100% Pure’s Jingle Jingle Sale runs from 12/08 to 12/15, you get 20% off products site wide with the code JINGLEALL. Minimum purchase of $29 and available in USA, UK, Canada and Europe. They’re also including free makeup brushes and travel sizes in every order. Check their site for more - 


BB Cream in 20: All Over Glow in Lightly Sunkissed: Yellow Corrector: Concealer in White Peach: Powder Foundation (bronzer) in Toffee: Pretty Naked II Palette: Black Liner: Gemmed Lipgloss in Crystal: MOTD Brushes - (use WIFELIFE for $ off) Nail Polish i’m wearing - (use rhian30 for $ off)


currently there's 4 comments, would you like to add YOUR THOUGHTS?

  1. First, I am so sorry about Balthy. There are no words. I have two pups of my own and my heart hurts for you. You gave him a lovely happy home. That is all we can comfort ourselves with.

    Ok now makeup seems trivial but I will ask anyways. Maybe it will be a good distraction? I too have oily skin and was wondering which of the foundations from 100% Pure you recommend? I am oily but dehydrated as winter progresses. Big love to you!!

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet works!
      I would say maybe the healthy foundation paired with the powder foundation or if you want something lighter but super hydrating for winter, the bb cream is SO gorgeous and again you could add coverage/setting with a powder.

      Hope this helps!

  2. It does. I love your blog. Please keep the inspiration coming! You have helped me tremendously. XoXo

  3. Long time watcher, first time commenting.
    So sorry about Balthazar. With two furbabies of my own, I understand the pain.

    In your last video, you asked for tips to new videos (as i don't have a youtubechannel, i couldn't comment there). How about a MUG Z-palette 'ultimates' - from the smallest z-palette up to the largest one? Which shades to chose if you have the smallest one, and which ones to add for each step up in size?