TGIF! I’ve had a busy week this week. I saw my Dermatologist about my rosacea yesterday. My skin is looking good! She tweaked my medication and put me on the cream version of Metrogel. I also saw the Dentist. That was far less fun I’ve got an appointment next week to get some cavities fixed.
Looks and Tutorials
Fire & Ice Tutorial
Dr. Who Inspired Tutorial
Urban Decay Basics Tutorial
BftE Livid Dragon Tutorial
Meow Cloven Skies Tutorial
Reviews & Tips
Meow Holiday 2012 Midnight Clear Collection Review and Swatches
Urban Decay Naked Basics Palette Review & Swatches
Makeup Wars Holiday Metallics
Pumpkin & Poppy One Ring Collection Review & Swatches
My Favorite Bath & Body Works Scents
Manic Panic Vampire Red Hair
See my interview at 15 Minute Beauty Fanatic
Venique Haute on Reds
butter LONDON Two Fingered Salute Review
Press & Etc
Illamasqua Im Not Dreaming of a White Christmas
Urban Decay’s Response to L’Oreal Purchasing them and their Cruelty-Free Status
L’Oreal is Supposed to buy Urban Decay
Dear Santa Letter
tarte is on Sale at Hautelook
Cooler Cleanse – Juicing for a Day
Vegan Chocolate Pecan Pie Recipe
How was your week? Any highlights you want to share?
Tags: weekly roundup
I’m glad that your skin has begun adjusting. That’s great news! Sorry about the dentist *whomp whomp.* I am lucky because my best friend’s father-in-law is a dentist and he is so amazingly nice…it’s like rainbows, hearts, and glitter are flying around his office. He is a tiny bit of a drive away, but he’s worth it. I’m going next week, actually!
Assorted thoughts on the week in review:
-I love Phaedra’s penguin collar!
-I want to hug squishy Maximus!
-I love your new red hair and matching red eyebrows in your tutorial!
-I learned that your husband introduced you to MAC. That’s a good man, right there!
-I dig that Butter London polish.
-Kind of a crazy/controversial beauty week with the L’oreal buyout of UD and the Illamasqua ad campaign.
Glad your skin is looking good. Since you’re in FL you probably don’t have to worry about weather changes – the cold winter weather can cause rosacea to go a little haywire.