Monday, January 30, 2012

Quick and Easy Valentines Day Makeup: List of products:

Hope you enjoy! ♥
  • MAC Painterly Paint Pot
  • Sugarpill Chromalust Loose e/s - Magentric
  • Still Glamorus pigment - Dirty Girl
  • Still Glamorus pigment - Single
  • Urban Decay e/l - Whiskey
  • L'Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara
  • NYX Crystal Glitter - Pink

Friday, January 27, 2012

Physicians Formula pH Matchmaker Bronzer, Blush and Lip gloss!

What it is:  Makeup with pH Power Complex transforms into your perfectly personalized hue.
What it claims:  Fluorescein Based Dye-senses the pH level of your skin & adjusts within 60 seconds to create your perfect glow. Photochronic Powders-light adjusting pigments adapt to your environment so color looks the same indoors & outside.

LED-powered compacts lights up and features a full-size mirror along with the lip gloss.

When I saw these, the packaging caught my eye. I love most Physicians Formula products so I had to see what these were about. I was really interested in the whole concept of it adjusting to your own perfect hue. Seeing that they had LED lights in them and the lip gloss had a small mirror on the side and also LED lights in it made me want them right away I'm not going to lie, lol. The product itself is very nice and pigmented and it lasts a while so it turns out, it was a good buy! I'm wearing all three products in the picture above. The gloss swatches almost clear at first, then on me, it turned into a pretty vibrant almost hot pink. I loved it! The blush and bronzer is beautiful too. Although, the blush and bronzer aren't matte, it doesn't have chunky sparkles or anything, just leaves a nice glow. The only con I came across was that the blush and bronzer is a bit powdery when you try to pick up product on your brush, so I just tap it in once and if I need more, I'll do the same. Other then that, I'd say these now have a good home in my collection :)

*Retails for $10-$15 in various drugstores*

Friday, January 20, 2012

Purple Smokey Eye Tutorial: List of products:

Hope you enjoy! ♥
  • ELF Primer
  • Maybelline 24 hr Color Tattoo in Painted purple
  • Maybelline 24 hr Color Tattoo in Too cool
  • Loreal Infallible e/s in Perpetual Purple
  • Wet n Wild e/s palette in Lust
  • Nyx e/s in White pearl
  • Maybelline Master Drama eyeliner in Midnight master
  • Loreal Voluminous Carbon black mascara

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

My first Youtube makeup tutorial! List of products used:

Hope you enjoy! ♥
  • Urban Decay primer potion
  • Maybelline 24 hr Color Tattoo in Bad to the bronze
  • Loreal Infallible e/s in Bronzed Taupe
  • Loreal Infallible e/s in Iced Latte
  • Wet n Wild e/s in Brulee
  • Urban Decay Naked palette - Virgin, Buck, Creep 
  • Loreal extra intense liquid pencil eyeliner in carbon black
  • Revlon photoready 3D volume mascara in blackest black

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Wet n' Wild Spoiled Nail Color - Official Info

Have you guys spotted these at your local CVS yet? I'm so excited to check these out! I love Sinful Colors from  Walgreens because they're good quality for only $1.99 so when I heard about these for the same price, I have to check them out! So many colors! :)

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Maybelline Dream Bouncy Blushes

These were too interesting to pass up...

I picked out colors I didn't have in my collection because the last thing I need is another blush with the same color but just with a different consistency. At first when I heard about these, I was thinking it was going to be like a "little kid" type of product because of the whole "bouncy" name, but after I looked more into it, I had to check them out. I tend to gravitate towards products with cute names or packaging so it's no surprise, lol.

Swatched left to right: Orchid Hush, Peach Satin, Plum Wine

 Thankfully these are nicely pigmented. The feel of them is very strange. It's like one of those foam pillows, when you press on them it leaves an imprint sorta thing, lol. I'm sure you get what I'm saying :-P These cosmetic lines are coming out with crazy stuff lately and they're surprisingly good! I would recommend these since they have good color payoff and it's something cute to have. If your curious about the application, I used a semi-stiff stipple brush to apply them. You can use your fingers also. I haven't tried a normal blush brush but I think it would work better with something a little more dense. 

*Retails for $6-8 at various drugstores*