Sunday, February 17th, 2008

Yay for Sundays! Sundays mean catching up on school work, which means a whole truckload of reading and then some.  I try to do all of the reading for the week on Sundays, because I tend to be far too exhausted during the week to do it.  Thankfully I have Monday off since it is Presidents’ Day, and thus, I can spend my Sunday lounging around and catching up on some fun, beauty reading!

Here is the best of the week from the Beauty Blog Network…

What are you reading this lovely Sunday?

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

Temptalia Asks You

Do you copy looks you see on others? Do you find yourself inspired or eager to copy a look you’ve seen on someone (in person, YouTube, tutorial, etc.)? Why/why not?

Saturday, February 16th, 2008

Temptalia Asks You

What is most important to take care of, beauty-wise? Do you think that the eyes or lips or skin or even hands are the most important?

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Temptalia Asks You

What is the craziest eyeshadow combo you’ve come up with–that’s worked amazingly? Did you ever think of using a few shadows together, and you really didn’t think they’d work together, yet they were rockin’? Share!

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

Cold cream
This type of cream was designed to help remove makeup and its buildup while giving skin a smooth appearance.  Typical ingredients found in cold creams include mineral oil, borax, emulsion of water, etc.  Many cold creams are known to be incredibly rich, thick, and ultra-hydrating.  Despite their richness, cold creams that are hypoallergenic and do not clog pores are available.  This kind of cream is often recommended for those who are prone to drier skin, because it is such a heavy and moisturizing cream.

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

The Makeup Show Miami is an event that brings industry exhibotrs, brands, and artists together in a single forum. It is a two-day event that includes educational opportunities in the makeup industry on Sunday, February 24th, and Monday, February 25th. It is presented by The Powder Group and Metropolitan Pavilion. You can see a list of exhibitors that will be presenting at the show (including many brands talked about here, e.g. FACE Atelier, Kryolan, MAC, MUFE, Stila, and Three Custom Color). There is a host of seminars available on both days, and you can check out the ones here you may want to attend–seminars on high-def to special effects! It’s pretty chalked full of beauty fun, and a two-day ticket is only $45 (one-day ticket is $30). Get more details about purchasing tickets at The Makeup Show Miami!

I’m unable to attend, but I hope some of you will consider going!  And if you do, I insist you share all the juicy details with us!