Shiseido Mattifying Moisturizer
Becca Resurfacing Primer
MAC Studio Fix Fluid Foundation in C3.5
MAC Select Coverup in NW20
Revlon ColorStay Mineral Finishing Powder in Brighter
NYX Baked Blush in Solstice, Sugar Mama
NARS Blush in Orgasm
NARS Paloma Blush (highlight)
NYX Brow Cake in Brunette
MAC Stacked Pigment (maroon/purple color)
Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel in Chocolate
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Original
Sigma Beauty Eyeshadow in Notre Dame, Elope
Urban Decay Lush Lash Mascara
Dr. Smith's Minted Rose Balm
OCC Lip Tar in Pris
butter LONDON Lippy Gloss in Wag
HALLELUJAH I HAVE ARRIVED AT THE END OF THE LINE. Cue tears of happiness. It's been one hell of a slippery slope between the move, the lighting fiasco and getting back into a routine. Come the next post, I'll be back on the same day TAT schedule. I'm still figuring out the perfect setup with the ring light, but I'll be back soon!
I recently picked up some more Sigma eyeshadows. I've been really taken with Elope as a soft, creamy highlight color and have since expanded my collection to include a few more. Notre Dame is a lovely lavender hue with a bit of darkness to it, and a metallic sheen. I love how it lends itself as a good fall color, but when layered lightly and sparingly will make a wonderful springy pastel.
The new NYX blushes in my drawer have also been making me happy. The baked blushes are incredibly shimmery and I've been using Solstice as a layering color on top of NARS Sin or else on top of Paloma to deepen the contour. Sugar Mama is a warm peachy color and I use it to brighten and warm the upper part of the cheekbone, almost as a transition color before the regular highlight. Such mixology wow.
That's all for now! Can't wait to come back with a vengeance.