This post has been sponsored by Rimmel London SA and the products are courtesy of them too.
When you think of iconic supermodels and their makeup collaborations, you shouldn’t have too hard before you get to Kate Moss and her collaborations with Rimmel London. In fact, this year marks her 15th anniversary with the brand and to celebrate, they’ve released some special edition products based on her most notable looks!
So, next up in my Catfish Chronicles, I wanted to share with you some of the new make up I’ve purchased and received from the lovely people at Maybelline SA recently! I got sent the Dream Velvet Soft Matte Hydrating Foundation a few weeks ago and I now understand why I’ve seen both local and international beauty bloggers rave about it.
Definitely one of the perks of living at home and having a mother and two sisters was that I didn’t really have to buy my own make up. There was always someone I could steal borrow from to make sure that I had a variety of expensive make up to play with. But now that I’m a big girl, out on my own in varsity, I have to do big girl things like buying products for myself.
random disclaimer: this post is mostly fashion week banter. if you want to read my actual commentary on SAFW, you can read what i wrote on Style Africa.
knowing me, you’d think that if i had the opportunity to go to all four (in this case, five) days of SA Fashion Week at crowne plaza in rosebank, i’d be constantly blogging about it. and you know what? you’re right. but this AW 2015 season was a little different – maybe it was the bracelet on my wrist or the tag around my neck… yup! you read that right – this girl right here got her ish together and went as media! but wait, there’s more. i was chosen as Style Africa‘s SAFW correspondent! so instead of blogging all about it here, i blogged all about it there.