FOTD | 20/09/17 | Alphonse Mucha Exhibition

So I had a super fun day planned. I was meeting my friend and we were traveling to Liverpool to a crazy awesome exhibition that appealed to us both! It was the Alphonse Mucha and oh my goodness. It was the most gorgeous Art Nouveau exhibition!! The colour scheme of all of the artwork was exquisite and it had a perfect mix of them more pop culture advertisment side of the artists work and the true Art Nouveau side of it! And it may sound daft, but it was the perfect size too! It wasn’t so big that you felt overwhelmed, but not so short you wander if that was it. We went round twice…and both times were thoroughly enjoyable!! Would highly recommend!

So I thought it was a good idea to show you the makeup that lasted through this miniature adventure!!

(Bandana – eBay, Shirt – H&M, Pinafore – Dorothy Perkins, Shoes – Doc Martens)

L’Oréal Hyrda Genius Aloe Water (Normal To Dry)

NYX Pore Filler

NARS Sheer Glow Foundation (Gobi)

NYX HD Studio Concealer (CW02)

NYX Stay Matte Not Flat Powder (02)

Jeffree Star Skin Frost (Dark Horse)

MAC Extreme Dimension Skin Finish (Show Gold)

Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade (Taupe)

MAC Eyeshadow (Charcoal Brown)

Maybelline Colour Tattoo (Creme De Nude)

Makeup Geek Eyeshadows (Beaches and Cream, Tuscan Sun, Mango Tango)

Maybelline Illegal Lengths Mascara (Waterproof Black)

Gerard Cosmetics Hydra Metallic Matte (Fuzzy Navel) 

I hope you found this interesting to read!! I’m loving NYX products at the moment!! That Concealer too…well it needs it’s own review, that is for sure!!

Thank you for reading! 

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