July 28, 2014
July 26, 2014
There has been so much going on in my life in last few months, which some of them I will be doing posts on as they are milestones. I was super busy until the 4th of July for school and have been on vacation since then in Asia. These days I have been really getting the most out of the scheduling tool on the blogger and can't get enough of it. It is a lifesaver when you are busy or away.
It has been amazing so far, and there are still a few days left before I start school again. I really do apologize for lack of interaction with you guys and promise that I will catch up with comments and social media once I get back.
July 23, 2014
I was curious about shadow pigments, and finally tried one from Maybelline Color Tattoo Pigments in Barely Brazen. The color range was mostly bright, and I picket the champagne color for its versatility. It is fairly pigmented and have a beautiful highlighting effect. I used it around my inner corners, and it just looks perfect.
On its own, it does not have much of lasting power, but with primers I have seen it go for over 8 hours. I am pretty happy with my purchase, and might try more neutral colors from the line. I highly recommend Barely Brazen for highlighting.
July 21, 2014
I used to be a distressed / destroyed jeans girl for the longest time. After realizing every jeans I own has a hole in them, which made them not so great for horrible winters we have around here, I decided to ban destroyed jean purchases for the longest time. I swear, the last time I bought a distressed jean was 5 years ago. But after seeing distressed shorts and boyfriend jeans on everyone, I decided it was time to let go of my ban.
I think I can handle my addiction in moderation now (we will see...). Anyways, this guy is from American Eagle and it fits pretty loose, which makes it really true boyfriend jeans in my opinion, and the it is ripped pretty much everywhere, which is the trend currently.
I have not worn it yet, but I am super excited to wear it all summer long...
July 19, 2014
I have been wanting to try Revlon Lash Potion for a while, and finally had the chance to try it. It has a medium size brush that separates lashes fairly well. The formula is very light and on the dry side. Together it results in very delicate lashes with a reasonable length and natural volume that resembles almost a doll like lashes.
The waterproof formula lived up to its promises and lasted very well on the bottom lashes, but I had hard time removing them even with makeup remover. Overall, it is a nice mascara that lives up to its claims, and the result is very subtle and delicate, which some people prefer. For now, I still like my Maybelline Rocket Volume (review) for its falsies like effect.