Delilah Cosmetics

If you've been to Space NK before here in England you might have seen the brand Deliah Cosmetics. It wasn't a brand that I heard much about back in Australia so I was excited to try out a few makeup bits from their collection and I was Deliah-tly pleased with how they all turned out. The collection offers women a touch of understated luxury that is inspired by the pale pink delilah rose and the collection is definitely a reflection of that. Also, you might want to keep this in mind if you have a family, friend or relative that is makeup obsessed, because Christmas is around the corner and this will be sure to get them giddy. 

Because of the lack of Australian sun, my recently pale self has wanted to try out a new foundation that I'd instantly fall in love. The Time Frame Future Resist Foundation is that guy. I've gravitated towards it so much recently recently, perhaps because of the rose gold packaging that rears it head from my foundation cluster but the foundation itself blends perfectly into the skin and is both light in coverage but definitely build-able. It is a velvety texture but definitely adds some luminosity into the skin as well.

From the collection I also got to try the Colour Intense Cream Lipsticks in the shade Grace which is a beautiful rose/pink shade. It definitely has great colour payoff and the lipstick lasts a good few hours. As you can see from the picture it is a perfect every day shade. Paired with the Colour Gloss in Jewel they both go beautifully together. 

In terms of eyes the Delilah Eyeliner is one of the best coal eyeliners I've used, and it is retractable which is always easier to use. One product that I was definitely surprised about was the Definitive Volumising and Defining Mascara. I'm real fussy when it comes to which mascaras I use but this one has been reached for daily!

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What have you loved and tried from Delilah?

1 comment

  1. The Delilah eyeliner sounds amazing, especially with that review! :]

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