Last week I raved about the two Nabla Cosmetics palettes I picked up. This post is Part Two featuring two great looks from the Dreamy Palette. Advertisements
I have a whole new brand to share with you today! If you follow a lot of beauty influencers then you might have seen this brand before, if you don’t, then let me introduce you to Nabla Cosmetics.
The makeup industry is SATURATED with warm-toned palettes. I love them, I own some, but a girl needs a little variety in her life sometimes! I found the cutest little cool toned palette from Smashbox and I want to tell you all about it!
A few weeks ago I had a post all about glitter eyeliner (if you want to check it out, click here) For part of that post I created this fun eye look that I thought I would re-create as a tutorial.
A few weeks ago I shared my little haul and swatches of the items I picked up when Colourpop launched in Ulta. I thought it would be great for a little tutorial using the palette that caught my eye.
This throwback Thursday post makes me a little nostalgic. These drugstore shadows were my ride or die for the longest time, long before I ever bought an eyeshadow palette.
I am so excited that ColourPop is now carried at Ulta. Like reallllllyyyyy excited. I’ve been a lover of ColourPop since they came out, but I really like that they are carrying some products in store because who doesn’t like being able to try products before you buy them.
I got this super fuzzy and comfy sweater from Express back in November but the color of it inspired this makeup look. I love that some clothing companies had lighter and pastel shades this winter, it made my winter wardrobe a bit more lively. And yes, I am that person that will coordinate their makeup to…
I have been in a glitter and metallic makeup mood lately. As evidenced by my two latest palette purchases, the Urban Decay Moondust palette and more recently the (also) Urban Decay Heavy Metals palette. The Heavy Metals palette is limited edition and currently on sale so hurry and grab it before its gone!
I did it. I finally caved. Well at least that is how I felt when I finally bought the Morphe and Jaclyn Hill palette. I have to say, I’m a little sad that it took me so long to buy this palette.