Bringing to you another nail inspiration for the holidays! Here is the first post. Today’s nail also doesn’t involve glitter, but accent gold studs from Etude House that I got on Amazon. The polish I used is Butter London‘s burgundy shade in La Moss.
I’ve been planning this for awhile! Click this link to access my small blogsale online store. There is only one product listed right now (MAC Blush in Well Dressed), but I will continuously update the store with new or almost new (gently used) makeup products. Because I buy and try out so much makeup, there are times when I need to do a clear out. I won’t be selling overused products, but ones that are just gently used! I eventually want to get to a point where I can sell even new products, specially curated for my readers – products I can trust and recommend to my readers. But first I want to see how this goes! And just in case you are worried about buying “used” makeup, which I know can be an issue, I want you to know that I will sanitize everything I sell with a verified ProHygiene Antibacterial Makeup Spray.
I’ve been appreciating cushion foundations for awhile now. You can read more about my thoughts on them, and what my favorite ones are, here and here. But today’s post is about how you can make your own cushion foundation. What’s the benefit of that you say? Well, if you are a foundation-mixer (someone who loves mixing foundations), and/or you are someone who loves a bit of touch-up throughout the day, and/or you’ve always found that the cushion foundations out there in the market are just not what you are looking for – then this is the solution for you! I’ve created my own cushion using Memebox‘s I’m Cushion product. With the product comes the instruction of how to make your own!
‘Tis that time of the year. Festive makeup, festive nails, festive clothing, lights, sparkle! I took a different approach to festive nails by using the same technique used to create the Shattered Glass Nail trend.
Ever since Essie came out with their GelSetter Topcoat I have never looked back. I’ve tried so many brands of topcoats, but I was totally blown away by the GelSetter Topcoat. I can’t rave enough! I’ve gotten all my friends to try it out. It gives a shine/gloss unlike anything I’ve ever seen. It also makes your nails look thick as if it was gel polish. If you do nail art (adding studs on nails) then this topcoat is awesome for keeping things intact.