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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Favorites of 2011!!!

Hey everyone! Sorry I've been so absent from blogging these last 2 weeks. The holiday season really kept me busy and I just didn't have time to update as often as I would have liked to. Here's a quick post on some of my favorite makeup products that I discovered and loved in 2011! I had a lot of favorites so it was reallllly hard for me to choose just a few things!

Tarte Amazonian Clay Blushes
Smooth, pigmented, last all day and beautiful shades to choose from. What more could you ask for? I have a few more reviews and swatches of these blushes coming up in 2012 ;) The color Exposed has been a personal favorite! Here's my post on Amused!

Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation
This is just one of the many Laura Mercier products that I love. Silk Creme foundation is an incredible foundation for my skin! Covers incredibly well but looks completely natural. I always wear this for nights when I want my skin to look flawless--this is definitely the foundation I'll be wearing tonight for New Years Eve!! Review to come soon!

Nars Eyeshadows

I really fell in love with Nars eyeshadows this year.Of the ones I've tried, they are pigmented, buttery smooth, and rich, unique colors. Here's some posts on Cairo & Ashes to Ashes, Dogon, Galapagos, & Mekong, Habanera, & Nouveau Monde.

Laura Mercier Oil Free Tinted Moisturizer
This is my holy grail everyday foundation. It is more sheer because it is a tinted moisturizer, yet it still manages to even out my skintone, cover imperfections, and last all day on my skin. Most important to me, it is so lightweight and natural looking that it is completely undetectable on the skin (if you have a good match of course!)! I really can't say enough good things about this product! This is the product you will usually find me wearing in many of my FOTD posts!

Zoya Nail Polishes

Zoya Nail polishes are one of my favorite discoveries of 2011! I used to bite my nails (gross I know, but a very common habit!) when I was in middle & high school, so it's taken a long time to build my nail strength now that I don't bite them anymore(yay!). Now I really enjoy the upkeep of my nails! Zoya of the many nail polish brands I've tried has my favorite formula and a really incredible color selection. For the most part they can last almost a week without chipping on me! Some of my favorite colors are the pretty ones pictured above from the Smoke & Mirrors Collection! You can see some of my own swatches here: Kelly, Yara, and Blair. I can definitely guarantee you'll see more Zoya posts in 2012!!

Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters
Revlon Lip Butters only came out about two months ago but they are definitely one of my favorite products of 2011! They feel great on the lips, have buildable & pigmented color, and come in some beautiful shades. I have been wearing them allllll the time. Check out some of my swatches here & here! Since those posts I bought a few more of the colors lol! My favorites are: Berry Smoothie, Raspberry Pie, & Red Velvet!


theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
This had to make the list! I use Mary-Lou Manizer nearly everyday for a beautiful and flattering cheek highlight! I just love the color, amount of sheen, and soft texture! It's a wonderful highlighter and definitely one to consider looking into!! You can check out my review here!

It was tough, but those are some of my favorites for 2011! Some honorable mentions that I also love are: Laura Mercier Secret Camouflauge, Mac Lipsticks (Cyndi, See Sheer, Patisserie), Revlon Super Lustrous Lipsticks (Kiss Me Coral, Cherries in the Snow, Demure), the Mac 226 Blending Brush, Clarisonic Mia, & Nars/Illamasqua Blushes as well!!


What were your favorite makeup products of 2011?? What are your new year's resolutions??
Happy New Year!!! See you in 2012 and thanks for being with me in 2011!!



Sunday, December 18, 2011

Zoya Kelly

I've been on such a Zoya nail polish kick because of all their promos they've been doing lately (check their facebook page!). Today's polish is Zoya Kelly, a rich and creamy gray that mostly leans blue but also has a tiny bit of purple in it as well---it's certainly not your typical grey color!



I think Kelly is such a unique color. It's a nice alternative to black if you don't like to wear black on your nails but want to try darker colors. Formula is wonderful and opaque--I applied two thin coats. Zoya is definitely my favorite brand of nail polish--I have some OPI, Sephora by OPI and Essie that I like a lot, but nothing beats the Zoya formula for me. It lasts on my nails longer than any other brand and doesn't chip as fast (for me at least!).

What do you think of Zoya Kelly? Do you like wearing darker colors on your nails?

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Hourglass Visionaire Eyeshadow Duo in Exhibition

Honestly, I should just let the pictures speak for themselves this product is so amazing. This is my first Hourglass product and I am completely in love. This eyeshadow duo is just gorgeous and perfect.


I LOVE the packaging!! It is so sleek and beautiful--it's a silvery-brown pewter color and has a mirror on the top that swivels so you can open it by sliding it over or lifting it like a typical eyeshadow case. With all my makeup I definitely care more about the eyeshadows inside than the packaging, but I am definitely impressed with how elegant this looks! It also comes with a little brush but I haven't tried it as I prefer to use the makeup brushes I already have!

Hourglass calls the colors:  "mauve shimmer" and "eggplant shimmer."
 The left side is a shimmery light pink/mauve/taupe while the right side is the most stunning, shimmery purple eggplant. I think these colors are perfect together and SO flattering.

The texture is pure butter. They are so soft and smooth and they blend beautifully. These are definitely one of the best textures in eyeshadow that I've come across (I haven't tried every single brand obviously, but these are really lovely). I'm so impressed and overwhelmed by the texture and pigmentation, wow. One swipe is just..yeah.wow.
Swoon.

Here's some comparisons to other eyeshadows I own...


R&R Tempting is much more grey-purple and doesn't have any pink undertones like Exhibition.
Urban Decay Purple Haze is the most similar but is definitely more of a bright purple.
Mac Satin Taupe is not really that similar since it's more of a brown/grey taupe.


Mac Sketch is not nearly has dark and has more red tones to it than Exhibition.
Mac Signed Sealed is most similar except that it is a matte texture and does not have as much dimension as Exhibition does because of it's lack of shimmer. Still love this color a lot though!
Nars Demon Lover is not as plum and is more cool toned.

This duo is just completely gorgeous and I can see it looking good on anyone. Honestly. It's just beautiful. I believe it retails for $38 at Sephora, however I bought it with 20% off. It's definitely expensive if you pay for it full priced, but you get a ton of product (I think .10 oz per eyeshadow) and on sale or not, the quality is amazing and worth it.

What do you think of Exhibition Eyeshadow duo and Hourglass cosmetics?? I'm curious to try more products from Hourglass because the quality of this eyeshadow is incredible!

Friday, December 9, 2011

HanaAir Professional Hair Dryer

Hey Everyone!

Here’s a hair post to interrupt my constant talk about makeup haha!! Hopefully you’ll be interested! A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Brian of Misikko and he asked if I would like to try out and review one of their most popular products: the HANAair Professional Hair Dryer. After doing a bit of research on the product and the company, I agreed to review it. 

Firstly, let me say that my expectations were EXTREMELY high. This hair dryer retails for over $300 (yet on Misikko’s website it is on sale for $194.99). On sale or not this is an expensive hair dryer. For my whole life I’ve always bought hair dryers that were under $50 and assumed that they all basically achieved the same thing at any price level.  I have to say, I’m really glad that I wasn’t disappointed…
Here’s what was in the box:



Beautifully packaged...and they were very generous including extra goodies!
They included some nail files, anti-bacterial soap, an ELF eyelash curler, comb, shampoo, and of course the sweet smelling roses and a teddy bear ;)

Now onto the dryer!

By the way that little bottle next to the hair dryer is the HANAair shine shield therapy. Here's my superfast mini review of it before I talk about the hair dryer: I am absolutely in LOVE with that product. I put a little bit in my hair while it's damp and it makes my hair incredibly shiny and soft, no matter if I blow dry it or air dry it. A lot of people love Chi Silk Infusion, but that always left my hair feeling kinda oily and it never really did anything special to my hair. This stuff is wonderful--I love the way my hair smells and feels after using it!

Okay NOW onto the dryer...

Quick Facts (taken from the Misikko website)

Adjustable Heat2 Fan Speeds
3 Heat Settings
Plus Cold Shot
Ceramic HeaterMost Advanced Far Infrared Ionic Heat
Tourmaline, Titanium Oxide & Silver InfusedPure Tourmaline Crystals Add Antibacterial Ions and Shine
AttachmentsConcentrator
Warranty2 Years


I am seriously impressed with this hair dryer. I have very long, thick, wavy hair that normally takes a very long time to blow dry or diffuse it...and even after my hair is still quite frizzy and full of flyaways. I usually never leave my house with completely dry hair because it just takes way too long to dry it completely. This hair dryer has completely changed that: it literally takes me 8 minutes (I actually timed it!lol!) to blow dry my hair completely with the HANAair hair dryer versus the 30 minutes it took with my old dryer (I used a Conair hair dryer before!). My hair feels very smooth and is full of volume--which is very hard to achieve with long hair like mine!

Here's a picture of the controls...I found it very easy to use. The blue button controls the fan speed, the red button controls the heat, and the circular button up top is the cool shot button! I like that you don't have to hold the cool shot button down like many other hair dryers (it's more of an on-off type of button!)

Some things I loved about this hair dryer:
-Time: super fast drying
-Results: shiny, smooth, voluminous
-Weight: my arm was not falling off from the weight of it despite how powerful it is!
-It's not super loud! lol!! It's actually kind of quiet. I'm pretty shocked because the air output is so strong--you'd think it would need to make a lot of noise to achieve that.
-Look: not the most important thing to me, but it is very nice and sleek looking ;)
-Heat Settings: Even the hottest setting isn't too hot--I've never even come close to burning myself. At first I was a bit concerned because I thought it wouldn't dry my hair fast---how very wrong I was!!
-The cord and rubber sides: I LOVE that the cord is super long. All my other hair dryers had very short chords--I would always yank it out of the socket. This cord is so long I can even go into another room and watch tv while I blowdry my hair (aren't I an amazing multi tasker?? yup.) One of my favorite things that every company should take note of--is the rubber ovals on each side of the dryer (you can see in the photo below). The rubber sides make it so the hair dryer won't slide off your bathroom counter when you set it down!! This is something I am very guilty of doing--I swear every other hair dryer I've owned I have cracked or broken in some place because it slides off my bathroom counter. Been using this hair dryer for a month now---so far so good ;)
-Lastly, some more features that I love (taken from the website). I don't know much about hair dryer technology, but based on their claims, it sounds like this dryer uses technology that is not terribly harsh on your hair and is sturdily designed!
  • Ion Technology- condition hair & reduces static electricity
  • Tourmaline & Titanium Oxide Technology- natural ions promote healthier hair
  • Silver Nanotechnology- for antibacterial Protection
  • Scratch Resistant Shell with black metallico finish adds durability and is easy to clean
  • Long life motor with low noise
  • Gyroscopically balanced for easy handling
  • Fiberglass concentrator
  • Italian Design

The only bad thing about this hair dryer (in my opinion) is the price. It is pretty expensive and definitely an investment. I definitely consider myself to be a frugal person and even though it is sale for $194.99, I still think that's a high price to swallow. One other con is that the hair dryer comes with a nozzle attachment but no diffuser for the curly haired ladies!! For the price I really think it should come with that attachment. I still need to find a diffuser that matches this hair dryer!

So in the end, I really do think that the HANAair professional blow dryer is a wonderful product. The price is very high but it really does yield fantastic results. If you have the money, go for it! It's a solid investment if you use a hair dryer often.  If this hair dryer lasts me longer than all my little cheapie hair dryers I've had to replace over the years, then it is definitely worth it!! Also, if you blowdry your hair a lot and find yourself spending a ton of time on it (like I used to!), you might want to think about investing in a professional hair dryer--I didn't believe it would make such a huge dfference, but it really cut down on my drying time.

I'd also really like to thank Brian and Misikko for sending me the hair dryer to review and for providing such wonderful customer service. Communication was wonderful and shipping was crazy fast (I got it in 2 days!).  I also appreciate that I was given complete control over what I want to say about the hair dryer--good or bad...I wouldn't have agreed to review if I couldn't be honest about it. Thanks again Brian :) Also, if you want to splurge on some new hair products, I'd definitely check out their website. I'm actually planning to make an order for a diffuser soon! They sell a bunch of different blow dryers and flat irons too (like the popular Chi Turbo and the Solia iron which I personally have and love!). Lots of products on there that would be perfect as Christmas gifts too ;) ;)

Wow, this ended up being such a long post!! Hope you're still with me! Also, if you're considering a Misikko order, definitely make sure to check RetailMeNot for any available coupon codes!


Are you happy with the hair dryers or hair products that you use now? What do you think of HANAair's?


Disclaimer:  The product was sent to me by Misikko to review for free. I am not affiliated with Misikko or HANA, nor am I paid at all to endorse their products. My views are completely honest and influenced by my personal experience only. 

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Zoya Yara

I have been reallyyy into greens this past year--and this perfect, shimmery gold olive is no exception! Gold and olive green make such a gorgeous combination!

The Zoya formula is definitely one of my favorites. Yara took two coats to be opaque and lasts almost a week before chipping--which is pretty amazing in my opinion! On day 5 I had to do a touch up on 2 fingers and that's it! This color is just so perfect for fall and the gold shimmer in it really makes it a unique and flattering green.

Zoya polishes retail for around $8--I know that my Ulta carries them. If you haven't "liked" Zoya on facebook already, I would most definitely recommend doing that! I (along with many others!) won a free nail polish back in August when they held a sweepstakes. I chose Yara! Their facebook page constantly updates with new contests and promo codes for their website, so you can always get a great deal on their polishes!

What do you think of Zoya Yara?!? Do you like Zoya nail polishes as much as I do? :)

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Mac See Sheer Lipstick

I've been wanting to do a post on Mac See Sheer lipstick for a while now. It has been a staple in my purse the last two months--I think it's the perfect color to transition from the warmer summer months to colder weather.

Mac See Sheer is a semi-sheer coral pink lipstick. Depending on your skin tone and pigmentation of your lips, it will come off more coral or more pink. On me it shows up as a coral-reddish shade. Despite the name it is definitely NOT sheer! Although it's a Lustre formula, which is known for being less pigmented, See Sheer can build up to a creamy and glossy opaque color. With a few swipes I get very good coverage so it completely covers my lips. On the other hand, one swipe delivers a soft coral tint. I love the feel of the lustre formula--it doesn't dry out my lips at all. It almost feels like a mixture between a gloss and lipstick.

Here's some lipsticks to compare! See Sheer is in the middle
L-R: Mac Modesty, Mac See Sheer, Revlon Kiss Me Coral
I don't have any lipsticks similar to See Sheer, so I swatched two lipsticks to contrast the color. Mac Modesty on the left has a lot more pink/brown while Revlon's Kiss Me Coral pulls more orange. See Sheer is a beautiful mixture of either end as it combines pink, orange, and a bit of red!

I believe Mac lipsticks retail for $14.50 online and in-store. See Sheer is a really gorgeous and wearable color! During the summer I LOVE wearing coral lipsticks. Now that the cold weather is settling in I really miss the oranges of summer. See Sheer is more of a muted coral so it's very easy to wear not only in the summer, but in the winter as well!

What do you think of Mac See Sheer lipstick? What lipstick have you been wearing to transition from the hot to cold weather??

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Mac Patina Eyeshadow

Mac Patina is one of my favorite eyeshadows I own! It's a color that, in the pan, will make you think it's just an ordinary, boring brown. But it is much more special than that...



Patina is a gorgeous antiqued gold--it has a tan brown base with bits of pink and gold and green. It's more complex than you'd think, though very beautiful. It's not frosty in the slightest, but has a nice bit of shimmer that subtlety reflects on the eye. It's soooo versatile...you can wear it all over the lid, in the crease, on the lower lashline...you can pair it with olive greens, dark greens, purples, pinks, browns...the list could go on and on, I can't even imagine a pairing that wouldn't work.

Here's some other Mac eyeshadows I compared it to...

Mac Woodwinked is a very pretty gold, but unless you have more tanned skin, it can pull very orange, and not in a good way. Many people compare Patina to Woodwinked, but I don't think they're anything alike. I definitely prefer Patina since it doesn't have the orange undertone--it makes it way more wearable in my opinion.
Mac Tempting is much more brown and bronzey. Patina has a bit more grey to it.
Mac Soba is probably the most similar--if you take away the greys, greens, and pinks undertones that make Patina a unique gold, you miiiight end up with Mac Soba. It's a much clearer light brown/gold. They're still very different from each other as Patina is much more cool toned.

If you are a lover of neutral eyeshadows, Mac Patina is definitely one you should consider having in your collection. It's soo beautiful and can be paired with any color! It's much more unique than your typical brown or gold eyeshadow.

How would you wear Mac Patina?? Is this a color you're interested in?

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Playing with Dogon & Smoke & Diamonds

I received the beautiful (unfortunately limited edition) Mac eyeshadow, Smokes and Diamonds a few months ago from a blogsale and last night I finally got around to doing a look with it! Smoke and Diamonds is a dirty grey taupe with bits of gold too. It's a beautiful color. I decided to smoke it out and pair the taupe with the dark teal in the Nars Dogon eyeshadow duo (which you can see swatches of here!) and bring out the gold flecks with Mac Grand Entrance.


Mac Grand Entrance all over lid, Mac Smoke & Diamonds in crease/outer-v, Nars Dogon in outer-v



Products:

Face:
Laura Mercier Oil-Free Tinted Moisturizer in Nude & Sand (mixed)
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage
Bobbi Brown Corrector
Laura Mercier Translucent powder
TooFaced Chocolate Soleil
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Exposed
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
Anastasia Brow Powder in Brunette

Eyes:
Mac Painterly Paint Pot as my primer
Mac Brule (highlight), Grand Entrance, Smoke and Diamonds
Nars Dogon
Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in black ink
Covergirl Lashblast Volume

Lips:
Revlon Lip Butter Pink Truffle

Hope you like this look! What colors would you pair a grey/gold taupe like Smoke and Diamonds with!??

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Zoya Blair

Here's the completely gorgeous Zoya Blair...


Blair is a very dramatic and deep blackened scarlet red/burgandy. The color is absolutely amazing and one of my favorite reds EVER--it has beautiful, rich shimmer throughout it and has a nice, glossy finish.
I was having so much trouble getting the right lighting, but I hope you can get an idea of the color!
Zoya Blair was opaque in one coat, but I did two to make it completely smooth. I love Zoya's nail polish formula! If you're in the market for a beautiful, vampy red this holiday season, definitely check this one out!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Warm Browns and Red Velvet

Lately, I've been into doing really neutral eye looks with either a bright lip or a darker, vampy lip. Shimmering browns is definitely a look I gravitate towards when I need something simple on the eyes, yet don't want to leave them too naked! Here's a look I paired with Revlon's new lip butter in Red Velvet (check out swatches of the lip butters here).


Bare Escentuals Queen Tiffany on lid, Mac Grand Entrance on inner corner, Mac Wedge in Crease, Mac Shroom to highlight, Nars galapagos and Mac Handwritten in outer-v/outer lid
woo!! awkward smile!!


Products:

Face:
Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Bisque
Laura Mercier Translucent powder
TooFaced Chocolate Soleil
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Exposed
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
Anastasia Brow Powder in Brunette

Eyes:
Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow primer
Mac Painterly Paint Pot
Mac Shroom, Wedge, Handwritten
Nars Galapagos
Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in black ink
Covergirl Lashblast Volume

Lips:
Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter Red Velvet

Hope you like this look! What's your go to look when you want to wear a brighter lip?!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

New Revlon Colorburst Lipglosses!

I recently bought 3 new colorburst lipglosses that came out with the Revlon Spice It Up Holiday Collection. I came across the display at a grocery store:

As you may know from reading my blog, Revlon makes some of my favorite lip products! I couldn't resist picking up a few!
L-R Cheers, Ignite, Chilled 

Cheers: a opaque raspberry color and my personal favorite! It's very vibrant and gorgeous on the lips!
Ignite: a glittery, warm red/orange
Chilled: sheer and colorless with lots of shimmer. I've really been wanting a clear lipgloss that could be applied over any color for extra oomph!

Ignite and Chilled both have glitter in them--the texture is a bit more gritty, but I personally don't mind it. I think it gives a really pretty effect on the lips! If you hate the feeling of glitter, then stick to the creamier glosses from the collection!

Here's a comparison to some other Colorburst Lipglosses I have...
L-R Hot Pink, Bordeux, Cheers, Ignite, Strawberry (had nothing similar to Chilled!)
I've been loving the new colors and think they are perfect for the holiday season! I was realllly tempted by the purple lipgloss, but decided to pass since I knew it would get very little wear. As far as I know, the nailpolishes and lipglosses in the Spice It Up collection are limited edition--so if you come across them, make sure to grab the colors you're interested in!

I have more info on the Revlon Colorburst Lipglosses in my original review here!

What do you think of these new colors?!

Monday, October 31, 2011

OPI Cuckoo For This Color

OPI Cuckoo For This Color came out with OPI's Swiss collection in 2010. I've been completely obsessed with this color lately as I think it's perfect for winter weather and am happy to know that this color is actually a permanent part of the OPI's line. It's an elegant, shimmering emerald green with teal/blue tones to it.

Seriously, how gorgeous is that? I love how dark and rich it is...but not so dark that it looks more black than green. I really think this color would be flattering on anyone!
Application is wonderful--two coats and it was completely opaque and smooth. I've never gone through a bottle of nail polish before, but if I ever went through this one I would definitely repurchase!!

What nail polish are you wearing at the moment?! Do you like wearing greens and teals?
Also, Happy Halloween!!!!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Peacock Halloween Look

Happy (almost) halloween!! As much fun as it is to wear different costumes and dress up, I'm not really someone who goes all out for halloween. I usually try to put together an outfit from my closet and if I need to, buy some sort of easy to find mask or headband with cat ears (in previous years!). I had a halloween party to attend tonight and decided to dress up as a peacock! I bought a TON of peacock feathers (for very cheap) on ebay to put in my hair and already had some peacock earrings and a turquoise sweater ;) The makeup is the most fun part of halloween anyway, right? That's what I focused on for my look!

Rock & Republic (R&R) Ambition on inner corner, R&R Chronic on lower lashline, Mac Shimmermoss on lid, Mac Birds and Berries on outer lid, Mac Humid on outer-v, Mac Nocturnelle in crease/outer-v, Nars Nouveau Monde in crease, Right side of Nars Demon Lover on outer-v.


I used bobby pins to keep the peacock feathers in place!



Products:

Face:
Laura Mercier Silk Creme Foundation
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Bisque
Laura Mercier Translucent powder
TooFaced Chocolate Soleil
Mac Gingerly and a tiny bit of Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Adored
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
Anastasia Brow Powder in Brunette

Eyes:
Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow primer
Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow in Skinny Jeans (as a base to bring out the colors more!)
Mac Shimmermoss, Nocturnelle, Birds and Berries
Nars Demon Lover, Nouveau Monde
Rock & Republic Ambition & Chronic
Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in black ink
Covergirl Lashblast Volume
(probably should have added false lashes for extra drama but oh well!)

Lips:
Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter Raspberry Pie (This one isn't included in my swatch post for the lip butters since I got it after, but it's another winner!!)

Hope you like the peacock inspired look!! If you're like me and are a bit lazy with halloween costumes, definitely go all out with your makeup! Let me know in the comments what you're planning to do for halloween or if you're planning to do some crazy makeup!?!!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Light Neutral Golds with Vanilla and Voyage

Here's a look that I did with Mac's Vanilla Pigment and Nars Voyage (which I got in trades and was very eager to use!). I always love shimmery neutral looks and this is definitely a favorite of mine. It's especially perfect when you have no idea what you want to wear on the rest of your face!


Mac Vanilla Pigment on lid, Nars Voyage in crease, Urban Deacy Smog in outer-v/crease/lower lashline, Nars Galapagos in outer-v


Don't mind the messy, damp hair!
 Products:

Face:
Laura Mercier Oil-Free Tinted Moisturizer in Nude & Sand (mixed)
Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage
Bobbi Brown Corrector in Bisque
Laura Mercier Translucent powder
TooFaced Chocolate Soleil
Illamasqua Hussy Blush
theBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
Anastasia Brow Powder in Brunette

Eyes:
Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow primer
Mac Vanilla Pigment
Nars Voyage, Galapagos
Urban Decay Smog
Bobbi Brown Gel Eyeliner in black ink
Covergirl Lashblast Volume

Lips:
Revlon Lip Butter Cherry Tart (these are officially one of my favorite lip products ever. So easy and comfortable to wear!)

I really hope you like this look and thank you for looking!

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