Bourjois at Orla Kiely's SS15 Collection

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Today, I was lucky enough to be invited backstage with my fave makeup brand, Bourjois at Orla Kiely’s spring/summer 2015 collection, during London Fashion Week 2014. The films ‘Le Bonheur’ and ‘Daises’ inspired this wonderful collection. Bourjois created a stunning 60’s inspired makeup look: Twiggy style eyes, long lashes and chalky apricot lips. Here’s a glimpse at next seasons trend:

I couldn't help but have a cheeky photo with a large pink flower!

To achieve the look you need:
·      Bourjois’ Healthy Mix Serum (£10.99) (my fave) and Healthy Balance Powder, (£7.99) to create a semi-matte skin.
·      Eyes are highlighted with Bourjois’ new Quad Eyeshadow in ‘Over Rose’-soft rose shade applied to eyelids, and dark brown on the upper lash line to give a smoky effect- this will be available from October!
·      Eyelashes lengthened and defined using new Volume Glamour Push Up Mascara (creating a fantastic false-lash effect) (8.99)
·      Cheeks contoured with Cream Blush in ‘Nude Velvet’, (£7.99)
·      To finish this amazing look, Color Boost in ‘Peach On The Beach’ giving a beautiful matte (£7.99)
·      ‘Nude nails,’ using Bourjois’ So Laque Ultra Shine nail polish in Rose Lounge (£5.99) coated with a 1 Seconde clear topcoat.

                                                              Bourjois' products and the look 

                                    Very yummy flower cupcakes to tie in with the whole theme!  

Bourjois GORGEOUS look, with the over emphasis on the lower lashes, creates a very cute and simple doll-like effect! I will definitely try out this look, as it is really wearable, and perfect to re-create at home. I recommend the incredible Healthy Mix Foundation, which is really natural and effective to base any look. (It makes my skin look flawless!)

I have to admit; this show was very cool and pretty! I LOVED how this wasn’t just a catwalk, but a presentation full of fresh flowers. This collection is all about ‘Flower Power,’ and the theme absolutely shined through, as painters drew flowers in the background while the models carried their own over-sized Daisies.

Setting Before

 Setting After 

All The Models In The SS15 Collection. 

This is my fave Fashion Week makeup look so far... I can’t wait try it out soon! 

Me in a field of flowers

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