Just a little update....
Limited Edition Colossal Black Diamond Mascara
Friends that make you cupcakes and brownies
Wet n Wild Color Icon Palettes
Vinyl Wall Cling Art
Kitty cat love- it's unconditional :)
Alice in Wonderland
Men that let you down
Burnt out lightbulbs too high to reach without a ladder
Contemplating the monumental task of packing and moving
Cars that break down :(
Remembering there is no more coffee after I'm already in PJ's
Weird semester-long group projects
Labels: In and Out
I had to have the new MAC Liberty of London nail laquer Blue India- and in one coat I swooned and was in love. I have to start looking around for a dupe for this now, because I just can't imagine life without it! I ended up buying two bottles of this little beauty!
To continue my earlier post on nude lips New Nude Lip Goodies- MAC ... here are some great examples of how to make it work! Nude lips work on many faces, many skin tones, and can be very natural or very dramatic. I love the versatility!
The ultimate trend I happened upon in the last year was the complementing a heavily lined eye with a nude lip. I do so love a nude lip! So, I tend to scoop up many nude lip products to try out, and now I am cycling through many offered by MAC. I blogged about Myth and Creme d'Nude before, and I love them both, with Myth being my favorite, because I prefer a matte, opaque lipstick.
For the new nude lip goodies:
First up is Lip Erase Lip Balm, which is fantastic at cancelling out the color of your lip pigment in one applcation, and is a great base coat for a lipstick color on top of that. It is long lasting, and very effective. I have found that this is also amazing under any Lipglass, and the color of your lips become precisely the color of the Lipglass product. The concept is the same for any lipcolor in any lipstick. If you use this item, remember to apply the color with a brush or your finger, as the nude color lip balm will transfer onto your lipstick.
Featured next are two very differing tones of lipstick. One is very pale, and the other is dark. The first lipstick is Equality, a creamy pale yellow beige Lustre Lipstick. Next in the picture is Freckletone, which is a neutral peach Lustre Lipstick.