Topshop make up seemed to make the rounds roughly one year ago however I have noticed that it has since dropped off the radar making it a rare occurrence for it to pop back up on my morning bloglovin feed. Whilst I'm a fan of high end make up and adore walking round the likes of Selfridges and Space NK I can't help but find myself drawn to the rather cute and unique packaging of the make up stand in Topshop.
Whilst my Topshop make up collection is rather reserved I do find the nail polish stand to be irresistible. The vast array of shades and reasonable prices and of course a rather good formula to boot only goes to justify my ever growing collection. Looking at the shades I have they tend to vary between the nude and pink spectrum however I'm incredibly keen to add some nice dark autumn shades to my collection this year.
The Lipsticks from Topshop have never really interested me that much and whilst I have decided to keep the shade Macaroon I'm still on a whole uncertain about these. Personally they do feel a little dry on my lips however I know I'm in the minority here and do try to remember that my lips for some reason are dry quite a lot of the time. Lip balm really is a necessity when it comes to these lipsticks for me.
Onto Topshop Blushes I have found a rekindled love for Head Over Heels and have found myself using this particular shade lot over the summer months thus far. To be honest the main reason for this is because it is so easy to use and adds a bit of colour to my otherwise tired looking face at 7am in the morning. Whilst they are not my favourite blushes on a whole they are to date the only cream to powder blush that I have yet tried. Although I'm keen to try more of this type of blush from different brands these have for me so far been a success.
Have you tried Topshop make up recently?