Sunday, 3 November 2013

Go Downton With Along Came Betty Make Up Exclusively At Tesco

As Downton Abbey returns to the small screen for its fourth series, the leading ladies of the house are looking as fabulous as ever in true understated, 20’s glamour. With rosy cheeks and flawless skin, you can recreate their natural beauty with these top tips from make-up artist Abby Ireland and Along Came Betty, exclusively at Tesco.

I have previously saw the bath and body range and i was sent some lovely along came betty make up to test and review. First of all the packing, i love the 1950s old school packing its lush! i like how the range is adforable for everyone starting at £4.66. Im in the process of updating my make up as my daughter decided to smashed everything up in mine ( sad times) so i was thrilled to try this out. We was sent a its eye time palette in glamour eyes and a dare to define jumbo eye liner. 

I'm a fan off dark colours so the palette was great for me. the eyeshadow when on well and stayed on for a good amount of time.

The jumbo eyeliner is huge its like a massive felt tip pen I've always struggled with eyeliner as i have wobbly hands and can never get it on straight. After a few tries i manged to get this on pretty well and love the effect of how easy it is to use.

The 1920s turned a corner for glamour and smoky eye make-up and natural tones became the way to be seen. To achieve this look try It’s Eye Time Eye Palette in Glamour Eyes (£6.99), with a hint of aubergine and navy. Finish with Dare to Define Jumbo Eye Liner (£4.99) for added drama.

For beautiful candlelit opaque skin

For your first step create a fine film of Prime of Your Life (£6.99) over your face. Next apply a smooth layer of Absolutely Flawless Foundation (£8.99) over the primer avoiding the eye area, using your fingertips. Finish with All Concealed Concealer (£5.99) to diminish any dark shadows and blemishes, set the areas with a dusting of finishing powder for a flawless finish.

For luscious red lips

Red lips are a must for this decade and the Double Whammy in So Betty (£4.66) sheer texture lip colour is the one to wear. The truly timeless look is perfect for the Autumn season to bring some colour to grey days. The red lipstick and gloss combo is ideal to pop into handbags or evening clutches, simply dab on and blot! For a matte look, use solely the stick or team with the gloss to be sure to steal the show.

To finish and perfect the look, apply a small amount of Fix Me Quick Mattifier (£6.99) directly to the T-zone and gently blend with the fingertips for a flawless matte look.

The Along Came Betty cosmetics, skincare and bathing ranges are available exclusively at Tesco, both online and in store. To view the full range of fabulous products, visit or head to your local store.

1 comment:

  1. How cute! These remind me of Dirty Works as well as Soap & Glory. I need to try the primer and mattifier on my super-oily skin xx