Boscia Self-Defense Antioxidant Moisturizer
MAC Natural Radiance Prep+Prime
MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NW20
Palladio Rice Powder
Revlon ColorStay in Brighter
NARS Blush in Sin, Orgasm
Tarte Amazonian Clay Smooth Operator Finishing Powder
Wet n Wild Color Icon in Dark Brown
Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel in Chocolate
MAC Eyeshadow in Mulch
Urban Decay Primer Potion in Anti Aging
Notoriously Morbid in 13 Black Rainbows
Hard Candy Mod Quad Under the Moon in #4, #1
Rimmel Max Bold Curves Mascara
Tokyo Milk Lip Elixir in Absinthe
Trying a new method of blush application and I'm REALLY LIKING IT. Instead of applying the blush to the apples and blending it back, I start near the temple/ear and pull it forward at a bit lower of an angle. What it does at a head-on look is shade the edges of the face for some added contour.
At the recommendation of a friend, I picked up a coveted drugstore mascara since Lush Lash is getting low (and let's be real, it's $20) and I'm looking for a more affordable alternative, even though I love that stuff. I didn't notice any dots on the brow bone (last problem with drugstore mascara), so so far so good!
13 Black Rainbows...I want to love you so much, but your sparkle and glitter fade upon pressing onto the lid! It looks so sparkly in the jar, like you might have scooped something right from the set of Labyrinth and threw it in a container. Alas, the glitter tends to not show up so much once you start blending it onto the lid. Enter Hard Candy, a hardly-used purple palette with four shades for contouring the eye. The darkest is like a lavender-hematite color with a nice sheen and some noticeable sparkle. On top of 13BR, it looked pewtery-violet. The lightest color was used for highlight.
Me fricking gusta.