Shiseido Pureness Mattifying Moisturizer
MAC Oil Control Lotion
Tony Moly Silky Smooth Balm
NARS Creamy Concealer in Chantilly
MAC Studio Fix Fluid Foundation in NW25
Revlon Photoready Skinlights in Peach Light
Palladio Rice Powder in Natural
NYX Radiant Finishing Powder
e.l.f. Eyeshadow in Enchanted
NYX Blush in Pinched
NYX Brow Gel in Espresso
Benefit Gimme Brow in Dark Brown
Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow Gel in Chocolate
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Original
Victorian Disco Cosmetics Bro, Do You Even Lift?
Sigma Beauty Smokescreen Palette: Rave, Atmosphere, Almost Jet
MAC Zoom Lash Mascara
e.l.f. Matte Lip Color in Natural
Covergirl Colorlicious Gloss in Candylicious
I ordered Victorian Disco a year ago and haven't touched it. The order took four months to process. Not sure why I was so adamant on getting product from them, but back then I was in a dizzy daze of buying all the indies ever. As of late there's been some turmoil in the indie world about their business ethics and professional follow through, and rightfully so. Freshly amidst the brewing debates, I decided to fish out one of their eyeshadows and try it for the first time.
When I ordered from them, they had an Internet meme collection. I got a handful of those eyeshadows and MANY Harry Potter-themed ones. Bro, Do You Even Lift is a sort of taupe-y champagne color with a nice shimmer. I paired it with some eyeshadows from the Smokescreen palette to blend it out and create a color pairing. I think the look came out quite spring-like.
I think I've talked about the Covergirl glosses in a past post, but I just want to mention again how awesome they are! I'm wearing Candylicious, a beautiful nude with some pink, gold and mauve flashes in the tube. I swiped it on top of a matte pink lip color and I really like how it turned out!
I also played around this day with the white balance settings and set it to Auto instead of Daylight. The ring light boasts 5400K of light which is equal to daylight, but as I've looked at the photos I've amassed it appears that the background (wall) can sometimes appear a grayish-green. I think the Auto setting has a more flattering finish, but we'll see how that may change in the future!