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Daily Archives: February 9, 2012
If you missed the pre-sale of Let’s Get Naked from Cult Nails, the entire collection will be available very soon online! You can see my swatches and review of Let’s Get Nekkid, or my ombré mani.
The Verve360, a Pittsburgh hair salon, has generously provided the following two Zoya nail polishes to continental US-based readers of my blog (Hawaii and Alaska are excluded from this one). The colors are Avery and Megan. You can see some gorgeous swatches of these Zoya Winter Feel Collection polishes at Kelly’s blog, VampyVarnish. (If you’re … read more
I wanted to show you swatch comparisons of the different liquid foundations I have. It’s very interesting to see all of these on my skin. They’re swatched on the inside of my arm.
So this is either an ombré mani or a skittles mani, but I’m calling it an ombré mani since it’s neutrals going from light to dark on my fingers, while my thumb is the odd one out with Toxic Seaweed on it. This is using all 5 colors from the new Cult Nails Let’s Get … read more
As soon as I saw these go live on Sephora’s site, I snapped this eye shadow duo up, mostly because I fell in love with Sparklicity Opal and Nude. These highlighting duos are made to use with other shadows, to highlight the inner corners of the eye or under the browbone, as opposed to be … read more