FOTD: Famous By Sue Moxley Products

Hi again Dolls. I hope you have been having a wicked weekend. I really wish these weekends were longer, but hey ho that's life. Today I want to show you what I thought of some Famous By Sue Moxley products that I picked up in my BINTM Live! haul, Link :) 


Famous By Sue Moxley Products Left to Right: Cream Blusher (Shirley Copper), Movie Star Mascara Waterproof (Black) & Tinseltown Eye Collection

Now on to what I think of the Famous By Sue Moxley Products. I applied the cream blush to the apples of my cheeks, towards my ear slightly. This is the only cream blush that I own and I have to say I really like it. It's very natural and blends in easily. I thought it may leave a doll like spot (if you know what I mean) as I thought it might not blend that easily, but it's very easy to work with. This adds a nice touch of highlight too. It's a very nice compact with a cute diamante star on it. I like that you can see the product through the top so it's easy to identify in all of my make-up products. I also tried it on my lips as I thought it might work like a tinted lip balm, but it went patchy very quickly so I took it off a little while after taking these photos. I think it's always good to see if you can use products for other purposes.

I applied the mascara to my top eye lashes. It separated them quite well when I began to apply it, but I just couldn't get it to give me the volume and thickness that I prefer in a mascara even after three coats. I do like the quilted style packaging of it, but that's it really. It went a little bit flaky too.

For the eyes I applied the cream far right shade under the brows and to the inner part of the eyes. I then applied the golden shade next to it in the palette all over the eyelid. I then took the far left brown shade and applied it into the crease and outer corner. I think this is a nice palette. The far right shade could be more pigmented, but it's a handy palette to have for creating a subtle smoky brown eye. Again I really like the packaging with the handy mirror inside.

To clarify I purchased the cream blusher myself. The mascara came free when I spent a certain amount on products at BINTM Live! I had the opportunity to meet Sue Moxley in person while I was there and she was lovely. We had a chat and she gave me the Tinseltown Eye Collection palette for free to review. I thought it would be nice to show you the mascara and cream blusher too though.

I thought I had seen the Famous By Sue Moxley range in Superdrug, but it is not showing up on the Superdrug website. If you search the Internet I am sure you will find some products, but if anyone knows a reputable source for Sue's products please let me know.

All products used for this FOTD are:

  • Accessorize With-Love Primer ~ On Face & Neck
  • Rose & Co Rose Petal Salve ~ On The Lips
  • Avon Calming Effects Illuminating Foundation ~ On Face & Neck
  • E.L.F. Studio Complete Coverage Concealer In The Palette Light (Using The Two Shades To The Right Of The Palette) ~ On Blemishes
  • Primark Ta Ta For Now Magic Undereye Concealer In The Shade Light ~ Under The Eyes
  • E.L.F. Eyelid Primer In The Shade Sheer ~ All Over The Eyelids
  • Famous By Sue Moxley Tinseltown Eye Collection ~ Applied To Eyelids As Described Above
  • HD Brows Foxy Eye & Brow Palette In The Shade Warm Brown ~ Through The Eyebrows
  • 17 Clear Definition Mascara ~ To Set The Eyebrows
  • MUA (Makeup Academy) Eyeliner In The Shade Snow White ~ On The Waterline
  • Jane Iredale Purelash Extender & Conditioner ~ On The Top Lashes To Prime For Mascara
  • Famous By Sue Moxley Movie Star Mascara Waterproof (Black) ~ On Top Lashes
  • Famous By Sue Moxley Cream Blusher (Shirley Copper) ~ On Apples Of Cheeks, Towards The Ears
  • E.L.F. Studio Makeup Mist & Set ~ On Face & Neck To Set Make-up

Have you tried any other Famous By Sue Moxley products? What are your thoughts? Any I should try or avoid?

Love to you all


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