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Happy Thanksgiving & My Makeup Look

Happy Thanksgiving & My Makeup Look

Happy Thanksgiving!  For those who celebrate it, I hope you've been having a lovely day with your loved ones.  For those who don't, I hope your Thursday is every bit as lovely (or perhaps Friday, depending on where you may reside!).  I'd like to take this moment to...

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How-to: Merry Makeup

How-to: Merry Makeup

How-to: Merry Makeup

This is my look for Christmas Eve :)  It is definitely similar to what I normally opt for over Christmas!  This year, I decided to use green eyeliner rather than green eyeshadow.  You could add glitter over the lid for added sparkle, too.

Eyes: Begin by using a fluffy crease...

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Look: My Christmas Makeup

Look: My Christmas Makeup

Look: My Christmas Makeup

I like themed makeup myself, so I felt it was only right to incorporate red and green into a look in the spirit of Christmas. One of the easiest ways to tie green and red together is by using gold, and if you want to try out a cooler-toned version of it, you could try...

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Challenge: Wear Colors You're Afraid Of

Challenge: Wear Colors You're Afraid Of

Challenge: Wear Colors You're Afraid Of

I'm actually not technically, technically afraid of any color, but I don't usually reach for red eyeshadows because I don't think they work well with me and take more effort than I usually can handle to work.  I've had the best success combining it with golds...

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Yellow, Orange, Coral with MAC Big Bounce & Fashion Flower

Yellow, Orange, Coral with MAC Big Bounce & Fashion Flower

Yellow, Orange, Coral with MAC Big Bounce & Fashion Flower

This is a look I did last week to test out the MAC Big Bounce eyeshadow for twelve hours.  For reference, you really don't need Fresh Daisy in this look.  I initially wanted to use it in the inner corner (and you can see a very little bit),...

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New Year's Eve Look with MAC Peacocky

New Year's Eve Look with MAC Peacocky

New Year's Eve Look with MAC Peacocky

Though I spent New Year's Eve at home playing with makeup (err, I mean, reviewing Peacocky!), I still felt like I needed to get a little dolled up--at the very least! It was actually the first New Year's Eve that my boyfriend and I have spent together, just him...

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Look: LORAC Private Affair

Look: LORAC Private Affair

Look: LORAC Private Affair

I just finished up testing LORAC's Private Affair palette (review coming soon), and this is a finished look I did using the palette. The burgundy shade is so disappointing, because it looks so lush and pigmented when swatched and when initially patted on, but it fades...

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Bobbi Brown Black Velvet Look

Bobbi Brown Black Velvet Look

Bobbi Brown Black Velvet Look

Here's a quick look I did using some of the new shades from Bobbi Brown's Black Velvet Collection! :) I wish the photos turned out better, because I actually liked how this look worked out in the end! It was this peek of smoky eyes that wasn't overwhelming but not...

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MAC Venomous Villains Look: Cruella de Vil

MAC Venomous Villains Look: Cruella de Vil

MAC Venomous Villains Look:  Cruella de Vil

The first few looks I'm going to do from the Venomous Villains launch are just by character -- using only the products from each of their "collections."  It's not necessarily inspired such that it resembles or looks like the character.

You will need the...

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Dare to Wear Look: Yellow, Coral, Red

Dare to Wear Look: Yellow, Coral, Red

Dare to Wear Look: Yellow, Coral, Red

If there is one beauty lesson I cannot seem to learn is to remove mascara before doing a look!  Argh!  I always do this -- have mascara on for some other purpose, decide to do a look, but don't want to waste time (aka being lazy) removing mascara and then...

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