Some of my Favourite Packaging Ever!

I have loved Art Deco designs for so long! It has a very 1920’s, Hollywood style which just pours glamour from it.


In my recent online splurge, I came across a brand called Art Deco. Of course, I had to check it out and I fell in love with the packaging and the way the product was presented in it’s pan.

Each product looks different. It has it’s own style and pattern. It just screamed art deco at me. And in two products from the range go to my basket.

I bought a blush and a highlighter. Both products have got some serious pigment in them! The Field of Flowers blush (I had to look for the name online) has three shades inside which could be worn separately or mixed together. I tend to mix them together and it looks gorgeous. The three flowers in the palette are shimmery at first, but this didn’t last long. This went after one use.

The highlighter the Arctic Beauty Highlighter. As the name suggests, this is a cool toned highlight, which is very frosty. It’s finely milled so doesn’t look chunky, but it does pack some shimmer to it. I like to tell people that this is Champagne Pop’s silver sister. It’s ideal for fair skin tones, and would look awesome as an eyeshadow.


Have you guys tried anything from Art Deco? Let me know what the other stuff is like, because I’m really impressed with these.

Bye for now!



About jennywren7

I'm Jennifer; northern beauty blogger and Starbucks addict. I enjoy blogging about various aspects of my life and throwing the odd review and tutorial into the mix. Hope you enjoy reading my various ramblings.
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