Topshop Make-up Collection



T-B: Glow pot, Glow Stick, Petal lipstick, Hazard Lipstick, Tallulah Lip Paint, Wax & Wayne and Long Weekend eye shadow.
It's very rare that a high street clothing brand offers make-up similar in quality to that of high-end. But then again it's very rare that Topshop sell anything less than high quality and their make-up range is no different. I've tried a few pieces from their range and it's safe to say I've been thoroughly impressed. In comparison with other drugstore/high street brands, it's definitely not the cheapest, but then again you're paying for the quality.
I have a rather small collection of products, so I can't speak on behalf of the entire range however what I do have is exceptionally good.

Starting with eye shadow, I have adored this individual eye shadow in Wax & Wayne from the moment I bought it last year and I did rave about it a lot at the time (see review here). It's a completely unique shade, unlike anything I have in my collection or that you can find in the drugstore; it's a warm brown with purple reflects running through it, it's absolutely beautiful! The formula is like butter and the packaging is a simple sturdy plastic case. The other eye shadow product is a duo in the shade Long Weekend. I remember suggesting to my sister to get this little duo when I got the wax and Wayne product because the Champagne shade is similar to All That Glitters. But I have to admit the thing that really grabbed my attention about this product is the bright matte orange shade it is paired with, it's so unusual and when I saw this in the Topshop sale I just had to pick it up and I cannot get over how buttery and pigmented both the shades are. If you're interested in seeing how I wear this palette let me know in the comments and I will do a post on it!

The first thing I ever bought from Topshop make-up was the lipstick in Petal - a gorgeous creamy nude pink. The pigmentation is incredible and feels so comfortable on the lips, the packaging is also adorable, although it gets grubby pretty quickly. I then picked up the shade Hazard - A bright true red, in the sale. It's the same formula as Petal, so I knew I'd love it straight away. The colour is so flattering however because it's so creamy it doesn't hang around for long, so re-application is necessary.  The final lip product is a lip paint in Tallulah - slightly darker red than Hazard, which is a liquid lipstick that dries to an almost semi matte finish, it stays slightly glossy but it makes the lips look so full and plump.

The final products I own are both highlighters. I have to admit they are the best highlighters I've ever tried, neither make me resemble a disco ball and are impossible to mess up with. The Glow Pot is a glass bot housing an iridescent creamy highlighter that looks so natural, no chunky glitter in sight. The Glow stick is a cream to powder highlighter stick that's so easy to use, perfect when you're in a rush - just swipe and go!

What are your favourite Topshop make-up products? I'm desperate to try more!

Liv | Deliciously-floral