Hi Guys and dolls! So a Road Trip was just sprung on me, so I don’t have much time to write up a blog post, so forgive me if this sucks ^_^. Basically, I’m going to be making some videos for Beauty From the Earth, and this is my first one! I was SO excited to be asked to be part of this channel (I mean, xsparkage and Jjacks48 are on it OMG!) So For my first Look I went for : something with yellow! HAHAHAHAHAHA…yeah, I have an obsession with yellow..sue me.
Products Used (all BFTE unless other wise noted):
MAC Fascinating Eye Kohl
Ben Nye Cake Liner
L’oreal Double Extend Mascara
MAC Graphblack Technakohl
Hi Guys & Dolls! So a few weeks ago, Lumiere Cosmetics asked me if I would be interested in trying their eyeshadow, and after checking out their really pro looking site, I was excited to try them out. When I got my package, I was so surprised it knocked my socks off! Just have a look for yourself! They sell their 2gram loose mineral shadows for $8 and their 3gram Pressed shadows for $9. The have pretty good swatches of all of their shadows on their website, which REALLY helps when buying online. The Customer service is GREAT, and overall, I’m quite impressed with this company. GO LUMIERE! More Pictures and Swatches after the jump
Edit: I just found out that they sell 1 Gram jars for $5, and they sell 5 1/4 sample baggies for a penny! One more thing I though of, is these are more like a “grown up” mineral eyeshaodw. they have MUCH better “cling” than other mineral e/s I’ve used, and they are less-sparkly, and the colors are too-loud. (ok, some are). just wanted to add that.
From Left to Right: 911 from the Canvas FX Palette, Shadow Metal, Verdigris Green. Island Ice, Cobalt, Love Stone
Hey Guys and Dolls! So, I recently received a few Paint FX cosmetics eye shadows to review and I wanted to share them with you. They sell their E/S in different sizes, which is GREAT if you want to try a color. Their Sample baggies are only .85 cents!! These are all swatched over their Stickum Primer which I recommend for brightening up Mineral/loose eyeshadows. In the following looks I only used the Stickum Primer as a base. You can check out Paint FX Here