#GRWM - Natural Collection

Last year I wrote a GRWM-style post featuring all Rimmel London products. As I have been getting into the routine of sharing GRWM posts, I thought it was time I did one with all the products from one brand. This time, I chose Natural Collection. Natural Collection is based around the idea of enhancing your natural beauty, not covering it up. They are cruelty-free, and all of their products are under £3. The total cost for this look was under £20, and for a full face that is pretty decent!


I started with the Hydrating and Radiance Primer, it is slightly thicker than other primers I have used, but it felt nice on the skin and did leave it with a lovely, natural glow. it also didn't leave my face covered in shimmer which a lot of illuminating primers can do. I then used the Correct and Conceal Stick under my eyes. I did notice that this did settle a little but they also have a liquid concealer option if that is something that bothers you. 

I then used the Powder Blush in Peach Melba, I was going to get a bronzer as well, but my Boots store was out of stock of the shade I needed. Finally, I set my face with the Matte Pressed Powder in Golden. They also have Translucent Powder


As I didn't have an eye primer, I used the Correct and Conceal Stick instead. For eyeshadow, I decided to go with the Mono Eyeshadow in Asteroid. I applied it with a flat brush, and then blended the edges with a fluffy brush. This applied and lasted really well, and that doesn't always happen with cheaper eyeshadows. It reminds me shade-wise of MAC Satin Taupe.

I then used the Liquid Eyeliner and did my usual cat-eye flick. This has a very skinny brush, and I am rubbish at using them, I prefer a felt-tip or just a thicker brush. However the eyeliner itself was fine. It also came off really easily in the evening. I then applied the Length Mascara. I accidentally picked up the Brown/Black option instead of the black, but it didn't look too obvious in the end. They also have a volume, clear and waterproof mascara. 


In my Boots, there was not a lot of the lipsticks available, and the ones that were would not suit me. So instead I opted for the 2 In 1 Lipstick Liner in Pink Petal. It was very easy to apply, and lasted fairly well. It would come off after eating but that is very common with more paler shades. 

I really liked the overall look, the face looked very natural and the whole look lasted really well throughout the day. It was an absolute bargain as well which is great!

Have you tried Natural Collection?

Ellyn xx

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