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When it comes to lipsticks and collecting lipsticks, I have always preferred the formulation of MAC. They have a wide range of formulation from Satin-Retro Matte and the packaging is super-chic and cute and I am sure everyone recognises knows a Mac Lipstick when they see it.

Today I wanted to share just some of My Mac lipsticks ( I had depotted some that were left on empty bullets) that I am currently using and hopefully they will help when deciding which lipstick you should buy and which lipstick shades will complement your skin tone if you have skin tones similar to mine.

Viva Glam I and III

The packaging of these lipsticks are observably different,These are the Miley Cyrus Collection Lipsticks and the shades are beautiful.

Down (Viva Glam I ) Above (Viva Glam III)
I had initially picked up Viva Glam III because my mom wanted a deep maroon shade and this was perfect and I ended up wearing it more than she did but when my aunts bought the Viva Glam I then my mom decided that she wanted that too (YEAH! Shes spoilt HAHHA),I prefer my reds and maroons for winter seasons and being a londoner,winter is always round the corner.
Viva Glam I:Deep red
Viva Glam III: Deep Plum-Burgundy Colour
MAC (Retro Matte) Ruby WOO

The ICONIC shade: Ask any person to name a  MAC lipstick and 80% of the time they will say Ruby woo! because it is that classic red shade that any red lipstick lover will want and have.I love love love this shade because of its vibrancy aswell as it making my teeth look white because of the slight bluish hue.This is a retro-matte ruby woo meaning that it is even mattifying than the normal matte shades therefore overly dried lips need to be prior moisturised.

MAC (Retro Matte) All Fired Up

I am in love with this shade,It is a vibrant pink shade perfect for summer season which is round the corner and really suits olive skin tones and enhances the complexion even when worn alone.

MAC (Lustre)-Lustering

This has a tinted lip balm type formulation and it is not my favourite type because I am a more of a opaque lipstick kind of girl and a matte one too but I do wear this for a natural tint to the lips when I want a lipbalm because I hardly have any glossy lipstick/lipgloss so this is perfect and also when I go for a dramatic eye makeup then this also puts it together.

MAC ( Retro Matte) Flat Out Fabulous

Another retro-matte and a beautiful purple-fuschia type colour and I love this look and it highly suits even medium-deep complexions and it is my aunt staple lipstick and she is around MAC NC42-NC45 and I am NC25-NC30 and we both wear and adore this lipstick because it is a very versatile lipstick.

MAC (Satin) Captive

MAC (Satin)-Retro


MAC (Satin)-Media

MAC (Matte)- Sin

MAC (Matte)- Taupe

MAC (Matte)- Velvet Teddy



Hey Guys welcome to my blog and today I will be sharing with you an exciting DIY,I have seen many other videos and blog post that share how to make the Z palette so therefore there must be a good  reason why us people have decided to make a DIY rather than simply purchasing it from online.
I am sure everyone knows what a Z palette is, it is the palette which everyone wants in order to depot their eyeshadows in, but why?
Pros and Cons Z Palette:
There are many pros as well as cons of this palette and here are some I can think of from the top of my head.
        Expensive! For the amount they hold some may think that the price is not that expensive however for someone who has a hell lot of eyeshadows and one or even ten z palette may not be enough, in that case spending £10-£20 on an empty palette may not be the best cost-efficient thing in addition why spend £20 on a palette when you can spend it on eyeshadows to put in a palette!? (thats what I say!)
        The palette is magnetic, it can very strongly hold eyeshadows with a magnetic pan therefore you do not need to glue them on and the individual pans can be moved around from different palettes and rearranged, however not all eyeshadow pans are magnetic therefore you may need to spend some few more pounds and get separate magnetic stickers.
        The clear window, the palette has a clear front window which allows you to know which palette contains the eyeshadow you need to create your look.
        Comes in different sizes, the small palette holding 9 eyeshadows ( 26mm pan) and the xl palette holding approx 30 pans!
        The design of the palettes are very unique, can come in simple solid colours or even pattern and they just look amazing in your makeup collection
        Travel friendly- design your own palette and take them anywhere with you.
        Storage friendly-depot all your eyeshadows and save space

Pros and Cons DIY Z Palette:
Despite all these pros why would you DIY it!? The DIY also has its own pros and cons
        For any DIY you do need time because obviously you are making it, however it is faster than ordering it online and then waiting for it to arrive to your doors.
        Simple equipments needed and widely available and Z palettes can easily become out of stock and limited.
        Can design your palettes to suit your preference, I designed mine to suit my wooden furniture in my room.
        Cost me around £7 to make compared to £20 therefore saving money and being able to buy the magnetic stickers because I saved money! So why not?
        The palette holds more eyeshadows than a XL Z palette does.
        If you’re not a DIY sort of person then the outcome may not be as neat as Z palette but if you don’t really care then it don’t matter
        Doesn’t require too many steps to make, very very easy to make!

Diy Z palette above : One makeupgeek eyeshadow in the palette for size reference.


You simply need:
1.       Vinyl self adhesive paper or duct tape (depending on your preference of design)
2.       1x standard Canvas (basic poundland canvas) this will be your base.
3.        1x A4 foam board or flat canvas 10’ x 12’/25 x 30cm
4.       Acrylic sheet/clear acrylic folder/ any acrylic from DVD cover
5.       Magnetic sheet
6.       Tape
7.       Scissors/Craft Knife
8.       Ruler
9.       CREATIVITY!

1.    Using the tape/vinyl paper wrap the flat part of the standard canvas by simply removing the self-adhesive paper and place the canvas flat on top of the paper ensuring no bubbles are formed or if using tape then cut strips of tape and wrap sections of the canvas until the whole of the canvas top is covered.
2.    (see Image 2 below) Measure the canvas and cut the foam board of the same size (green region) or if using the flat canvas it should be the same size as the standard canvas.
3.    (see Image 2 below) Measure the red region and using a pencil and ruler copy the same measurement on the foam board/canvas and then cut the foam board using the knife; this will be your lid with the clear window.
4.    Wrap the lid with the tape/paper
5.    Now cover any parts that haven’t been fully covered with tape.
6.    Cut the acrylic sheet to the same size as the window which you had created and then tape the acrylic sheet on the lid ( tip: messier side should be hidden underneath and then covered with tape later)
7.    Cut a strip of tape/paper (same measurement as the longest side of your palette/canvas)
8.    Cut another strip of tape/paper same length as above and then cut it in half
9.    Stick the second strip of paper/tape on the middle of the first piece of tape
10. Put the lid on the canvas making sure it is aligned well, and then stick the tape on the edge of the palette holding the lid and canvas together and then you are done!

Hope I have been able to explain it well, if you have any questions feel free to ask them.