Flower Beauty makeup tutorial

Flower Beauty makeup tutorial

Let me introduce you to Drew Barrymore’s new makeup range, Flower Beauty. Drew claims beauty is for everybody and with the most expensive item in the range being £14.99, its true to its word. The range is cruelty free and products are great quality and affordable.
I was keen to show you what I’ve been using and the how the products sit on the skin. The range is understandably selling out fast as Drew has been doing a lot of publicity in the UK for the launch. It’s currently available exclusively though Superdrug, in stores and online.
As always I love chatting to you in the comments below. Let me know if you’ve tried the products already and what you think.

Products used in this tutorial:

Flower Beauty Supernova Celestial Skin Elixir Primer https://tinyurl.com/ydxv7fuy
Flower Beauty Light Illusion Foundation Nude https://tinyurl.com/ybhm6r4a
Look Good Feel Better Foundation brush http://tidd.ly/31500853
MAC Studio Fix powder C2
Flower Beauty Light Illusion Concealer Fair https://tinyurl.com/yaz6bkkc
Flower Beauty Lift & Sculpt Contour Palette https://tinyurl.com/ya3fnguw
Flower Beauty Mix N’ Matte Lipstick Duo Red Velvet https://tinyurl.com/ycmrrryd

Disclaimer:
The aim of Speed Beauty is to introduce you to and provide you with techniques for make up, skin & hair care products. I only show you products that I love and really believe in. Each product I use is heavily researched before deciding to make a film and I try and provide you with as much accurate information as possible. The views on this YouTube Channel are my own and are based on having personally tried the products myself.

The products I use in these films are either bought by myself, are part of my professional kit or they’ve been sent to me by PR companies for review. I am not currently paid for producing the films you watch. Some of the films contain affiliate links in the description, but not all. If you are happy to click on these links to continue support this channel that would be very lovely, thank you.

You should always research whether the products I recommend are suited to you. Everyones skin is different and I offer no warranties and don’t claim to be a dermatologist. Some products are really expensive and an investment purchase so it’s always wise to test product on your skin to check for allergies or adverse reactions before you buy. Some make up & skin care brands offer you samples to take away & try. This is always a good idea before deciding on an expensive purchase.

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