Soft Cut-Crease & Peach Shimmer – Full Face Tutorial

This is a twist on the cut-crease, rather than a super sharp/defined crease, it’s more diffused! I paired it with a peachy-pink sparkly eye, and a soft nude lip.

Products used:

  • Smashbox 24hr Eyelid Primer
  • Smashbox Photofilter Powder
  • Stila Smudgestick “Damsel”
  • Lorac Pro 3 Palette
  • Kat Von D Lock It Concealer
  • Revlon Eye Art “Peach Prism”
  • Kat Von D Tattoo Liner “Trooper”
  • Absolute NY Micro Liner
  • Benefit Roller Lash Mascara
  • Kiss Fake Lashes and Ardell Lash Glue
  • Too Faced Hangover Rx Primer
  • Maybelline Fit Me Foundation mixed with Vichy Dermablend
  • Maybelline Fit Me Foundation Stick to contour
  • Pur Strobing Kit to highlight
  • Pur Glow Together Bronzer
  • Kat Von D Shade & Light Palette
  • Lorac “Spectra” blush
  • MAC “Subculture” Lip liner
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipsticks in “Crush” and “Pure Hollywood”

Brushes were all Morphe from the Morphe Me subscription (don’t forget, we both get a free brush if you join through my link!) and the My Makeup Brush Set Oval brushes! 

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club – October Review

Another month, another fabulous brush package! Receiving my Morphe Me package is honestly my favourite part of the month – going to the mailbox to get my package makes me feel like a giddy kid on Christmas morning.

This month’s package was particularly exciting, because as I opened up the pamphlet I happened to see MY OWN FACE inside! Morphe shared one of comments raving about how much I love the subscription! Admittedly, I screamed when I saw my own face – I had no idea they were going to share my comment and Instagram! I was so excited and grateful. It was definitely a fantastic way to start the month!


This month was also particularly special, because October’s package was themed for Breast Cancer Awareness! This month’s features 3 gorgeous Gunmetal limited edition exlusive brushes for Morphe Me members! That’s right! These brushes are not – and will not – be available to the public!


The LGM1 Flat Contour: (synthetic bristles) this is a flat, dense brush that is ideal for contouring and sculpting out the face. It’s similar to the Mac 163, though I find the Morphe brush to be much softer! This is one of my favourite shapes to use for contouring; it makes contouring so easy, because the shape creates the perfect sculpted line for you. I can create a super precise and insanely fast contour with this bad boy. Because it’s dense and synthetic, it will also work very well with cream products!


LGM2 Small Pointed Powder:  (synthetic bristles) This brush is fluffier than the LGM1, rounded, with longer bristles and a bit of an egg-shape. While it is fluffier than the previous, it still has a density to it that allows it to be a very multi-purpose brush. It works great with powder – to set the under eyes, to blend away powder from baking, to apply blush, to set other other areas of the face, or to contour – or you could even use it with cream or liquid foundation (though I personally think it may absorb too much of the foundation.)


LGM3 Tapered Blending Fluff: (synthetic bristles) this is technically an eyeshadow brush, but can be used in a multitude of ways. The bristles come to a slight tapered point, so you get into the crease of the eye really well. The bristles are longer, so you can apply and blend colour with one brush! This would also be a great brush to use to blend out nose contour, or to highlight the brow bone and cupids bow! Like with the previous brushes, its synthetic bristles allow it to work well with powder or cream products!

While I do definitely love this brush and think it works well, I do agree with other reviews that Morphe has included some brushes similar to this in previous months (for example, 2 of the brushes included in April’s Morphe Me package and the M441 from May’s package)


Overall, I absolutely love this month’s brushes. The gunmetal design is sleek and gorgeous, and I’m a sucker for limited edition or exclusive products! Once again, I cannot describe how happy I’ve been with the Morphe Me Monthly Brush subscription!

You can join the subscription here!  If you join through my referral link, we both get a free brush! How awesome is that!? You also earn points every month that can be redeemed for some seriously cool prizes, like previous months brushes, Kylie Lip Kits, palettes, and more!

(This post is not sponsored in anyway, I truly just love this subscription!) 

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September 2016 Beauty Favourites

Here’s a roundup of my beauty favourites from September! You can see a sneak peek of my month on Instagram here!

Products mentioned: 

  • Lise Watier Extreme Hold CC Eye Primer
  • Essence 2 in 1 Shadow & Liner “Peach Perfect”
  • Cover FX Anti Age Primer
  • Tarte Wipeout Colour Correcting Palette
  • Makeup Revolution Blush Goddess Blush Palette
  • Nyx Soft Matte Lip Cream “Cannes”
  • Too Faced Lip Injection Glossy “Spice Girl”
  • Morphe M403
  • Morphe R37 Brush

What were your favourite products?

Previous posts: 

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club – September 2016

What I Eat In A Day #1 – Vegan/Plant-Based/Gluten-Free Friendly

September 2016 On Instagram

Fall is officially here, everyone! Unless you’re a Fall-addict like me, in which case you’ve been celebrating Fall since the first of September. (My pores practically secrete pumpkin spice and cinnamon, I am unabashedly a basic white girl when it comes to Fall.)

Fall/Winter is one of my favourite times of the year, especially to showcase through my Instagram! You can expect plenty of berries, reds, and fur to be making appearances in my feed!

Here’s a recap of my September on Instagram! 

You can find me on Instagram here!

What I Eat In A Day #1 – Vegan/Plant-Based/Gluten-Free Friendly

“What I Eat In A Day” videos are one of my favourite type of videos to watch – especially since I’ve recently switched to a mostly plant-based diet (currently vegetarian, easing into transitioning to vegan)

I just find them to be so inspirational and calming, they really help inspire me to cook and try different recipes! I absolutely love cooking, and do the majority of cooking for my mom and I.
I decided to start occasionally doing What I Eat In A Day videos, to hopefully help inspire others and show how versatile and delicious plant-based eating can be!

I hope you enjoy!

Anti Aging Treatments – Is Laser Skin Tightening Right For You?

Wrinkles, sagging, and a loss of density are a natural part of the aging process. A common misconception of aging is that we have to give in and accept it. Contrary to popular belief, we are not powerless in the war against aging. This topic is one of the most prevalent questions I hear from clients.While there is a certain amount of visible skin aging that is inevitable, there are also steps we can take to keep our skin looking youthful for as long as possible.

There are so many products, treatments, and technologies available today, with new advancements being released every year. With so many methods and treatments at our disposal, choosing a course of action can seem very overwhelming. I always recommend thoroughly looking into your options, and determining which treatment is best suited for you.

Surgical Options Versus Non-surgical
When considering your options, don’t make the mistake of immediately opting for surgical treatments as your first step. Explore your other options first, as surgical procedures do carry many risk factors as well as extended recovery time. Yes, the results can be far more dramatic, but at what cost? Is it worth risking your health over complications that can (and do) happen? Consult a dermatologist regarding topical skincare, such as retinol products, Vitamin A, ceramides, etc. Even if there are no other options left to you, rethink the risks before choosing surgery.

Non-surgical procedures have far fewer negative side effects and far less recovery time. Depending on the treatment, there may not be any side effects at all. Non-invasive skin tightening treatments require very little down recovery time.


Laser Light Therapy

Laser Light Therapy
One form of skin tightening is done through the use of cosmetic laser equipment that produces infrared light energy to stimulate the collagen production in the lower layer of skin. This is a non-invasive procedure that does not damage the surface layer of your skin, so both recovery time and risks are minimal. The only side effects are nominal swelling and mild redness. Both are just temporary effects caused by the cosmetic laser equipment. This method works on all most skin types and skin colors, though it is not recommended for very dark skin tones. You can return to your regular activities the same day of treatment.


Using Radio Frequency
While this method is very similar to the laser light therapy treatment, it uses radio frequencies to target cells in the lower layer of skin. Both methods stimulate collagen production in the cells to repair and tighten skin. Radio frequency treatments are good for all skin colors and types. As with laser light therapy, there are minimal side effects and recovery time. One difference between these two treatments is that the radio frequency procedure is not as consistent a treatment as the light therapy.

Other Methods of Skin Tightening
There are still many other methods to tightening your skin. The most commonly sought method is to use topical creams or lotions. Most are nothing more than moisturizers, not even containing any anti wrinkling agents. Some just contain ingredients to prevent further damage to your skin, like sunscreens, without removing the wrinkles you already have. For the most part, skin tightening creams are only mildly effective, making them a less appealing treatment for the advanced stages of aging. Serums are another topical method, and are more concentrated in treatment than moisturizers. They contain a smaller molecular structure, which allows them to absorb slightly deeper than a cream. While a good skincare routine consisting of a serum and moisturizing cream can help to reduce the signs of aging or to help reduce the further signs from accelerating, there is only so much topical products can do.

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Dermal fillers

These are another way to tighten skin, and consist of injecting a substance into the skin to inflate it. This gives the skin the appearance of full, healthy cells. Of course, there is risk involved with this procedure, including migration of the injected material to other areas and lumping effects. This procedure is very popular in the media and hollywood today, with most celebrities (and even many of our beloved Instagram Beauty Guru idols) getting fillers in the cheeks, lips, and forehead areas.

Making the Decision
Before making your final decision, you should consider making an appointment with your doctor to thoroughly explore which procedure be best suited for you. Just because a certain course of action worked for someone else, doesn’t mean it will be best for you. Make an informed decision to get the right results for you!

Dont forget to enter my Back To School Giveaway! 

My Makeup Brush Set Review – Brushes & Straightening Brush

On Trend: Glitter Eyes

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Back To School Makeup Giveaway!

I’ve accumulated a few goodies recently, and thought they would be perfect for a back to school giveaway! When I was in school, I didn’t have a lot of extra disposable income to afford much makeup. I know how stressful school can be, so I wanted to show my appreciation and hopefully help make a student’s (or anyone who doesn’t have a lot of disposable income for makeup) life just a bit easier!

You can enter easily here! 


Back To School Makeup Giveaway

b2s giveaway

One winner will receive:

Enter to win a bag full of makeup goodies valued at nearly $100! One winner will receive:

-NYX Contour Kit

-Covergirl TruNaked Nudes Palette

-NYX set of 3 Butterglosses in “Apple Strudel,” “Eclair,” and “Cherry Pie”

-Covergirl TruNaked Waterproof eyeliner duo in “Cashmere/Espresso”

-Maybelline Great Lash Mascara in “Brownish Black”

-NYX Lip Lingerie Liquid Lipstick in “#07 Satin Ribbon”

-NYX Mega Shine Lipgloss in “Perfect Red”

-Essence 2in1 Eyeshadow & Liner in “Peach Perfect”

-Mini Hair Kit including hair ties, bobby pins, elastics, headband, clip


  1. Must be following myself and Beauty Webber Greens on Instagram
  2. Must be subscribed to my Youtube Channel
  3. Spam accounts or giveaway only accounts will be disqualified

There are a ton of other ways you can enter through the link, such as following me on Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, and more!


My Makeup Brush Set Review – Brushes & Straightening Brush

I’ve recently been testing out this brush set from My Makeup Brush Set – it’s a 10 piece brush set featuring a bunch of different oval-shaped brushes! I also tested out the Ceramic Straightening brush, and thought I would put together a video review detailing each product, what I like to use them for, and if I’d recommend them!

You can find the brush set here! 

You can find the straightening brush here! 

Check out my previous posts: 

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club – August Brushes Review

On Trend: Glitter Eyes

July 2016 Favourites

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club – August Brushes Review


Here’s a (late) review of the brushes that came in the Morphe Me August brush subscription!


Morphe hits it out of the park yet again with their monthly brush club! This is by far the best monthly package I’ve ever subscribed to. What are your thoughts on the brushes?

We both get a free brush if you join through my referral link! You can join here! 

Previous Posts: 

On Trend: Glitter Eyes

July 2016 Favourites

On Trend: Glitter Eyes

One of the hottest trends for 2016 has been glitter. Glitter eyeshadow, glitter eyeliner, glittery “tinsel lashes” glitter brows, and even glitter hair roots – trust me, I wasn’t kidding about that last one.

While glitter has always been popular in the makeup industry, there seems to have been a surge of popularity recently. This may have to do with the reemergence of the metallic trend, as more and more metallic eyeshadows, lips, and cheek products have launched.

Whether bold or subtle, there are endless possibilities when it comes to glitter. Sparingly used, glitter on the eyes can add a pop of glam and drama to your look! There’s been a variety of glitter-related inspiration recently, especially on the Fall 2016 runway.

runway glitter collage

Glitter has always fascinated me – in fact my fascination with sparkle and gold makes me feel very much like Smaug from the Hobbit. There’s something so glamorous and luxurious about glittering gold.

The beauty of glitter is that the possibilities really are endless. From a soft, everyday glam to a bold, avante-garde editorial look, there’s no limit to creativity.

A more wearable approach, for example:

everyday glitter

  • Glitter liner – applying a thin line of glitter above (or instead of) your liquid liner is a quick way to glam-up your eyes!
  • Glitter cut crease – this is my personal favourite currently. Pairing an all-matte look with a pop of glitter liner in the crease to create a “peek-a-boo” effect! There’s something so modern, glamorous, yet vintage about this look.
  • Glitter highlight in the inner corner – this is probably the easiest/quickest way to use glitter to amp-up your look. Applying a soft or fine glitter to the inner corner in a white or pale beige shade can really brighten the eyes and add an extra pop!
  • Soft glitter on the lid – arguably the most common way to use glitter is all over the lid. While I do love a bold glittery eye, I also think using a very soft or ultra-fine glitter/sparkle is a great way to add very subtle glamour to your eyes, especially when paired with very soft shading.

Here’s a glittery smokey cut crease (tutorial coming soon!)



Whats your opinion on glitter? Do you see it as wearable on a daily basis, or just for special occasions?

July 2016 Favourites

Disney & Universal Studios – 2016

Morphe Me Monthly Brush Club – July Brushes Review

July 2016 Favourites


Here’s a roundup of my favourite products from July!

Full list of products:

-La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo
-It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC Cream
-Pur Glow Together Matte/Shimmer Bronzer
-Pur Strobing Highlight Moonlight Glow
-Laura Geller Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator “Charming Pink”
-“Anastasia Beverly Hills Glowkit “Sundipped”
-Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Slimlights “Champagne Pop”
-Lorac Buildable Blush “Spectra”
-Lorac Pro 3 Eyeshadow Palette
-Colourpop Supershock Eyeshadow “Un”
-Colourpop Lippie Pencil and Lippie Stix “Frida”
-Morphe E48 Brush
-My Makeup Brush Set Oval Brushes

Disney & Universal Studios – 2016

MAC & Estée Lauder Makeup Giveaway!