- What’s your go-to cheek color in the summer?
- What’s your go-to cheek color in the fall?
- What’s your go-to cheek color in the spring?
If you were using MAC Double Feature 2, how would you wear it?
What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!
I like a gloss that lasts at least four hours. I don’t mind if it’s sticky–I find my hair is just as easily caught in non-sticky gloss as it is sticky gloss. I prefer non-scented over scented, though I’m not really bothered by most scents. I gravitate towards more opaque colors with subtle shimmer.
This Week’s Topic: GLITTERY LIPGLOSS!
Your Mission: Tell us what you love, hate, or are otherwise indifferent to about under glittery lipgloss. What drives you bananas? What makes them necessary?
For me, it’s a lot of trial and error. I love coral and peach blushes with blues, greens, and teals–as well as pinks and golds, depending on the overall look. Browns and neutrals go well with most blushes, and if you have a very light eye and lip, a heavier, darker cheek works nicely. I love beige, brown, and nude shades to pair with neutral and smoky looks. Cooler-toned blushes like plums and cotton candy pinks work better for me when I pair them with a cooler-toned lip (and tend to coordinate with gray, pink, and plum eyeshadows).