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Monday, September 9, 2013

Etherealle Eyeshadows (Jest, Wildflower, Snowdrop and Fresh Mint) and Blush (Sugar Plum)

My Etherealle samples of eyeshadows that I bought showed up today!

First off, I was really excited about these samples. They weren't that expensive, plus they were matte samples! (I'm sick of getting glitter in my eyes :/)

So below from the left is:
~Fresh Mint

Close up of  Jest and Wildflower. (Aren't they amazingly bold colors?)

 Look at what I did with them! =]

Here's the ever-so beautiful blush:
Sugar Plum

Now I don't know about you, but the first thing I thought of was that line from "Twas the Night Before Christmas" "...and visions of sugar plums danced in their heads..."

Look at this blush! It's subtle enough to not be to over the top but it's bold enough to accentuate the face.

Here are my other two eyeshadows:
~Fresh Mint

I did pictures on each eye, because I wanted to show you the best representation of each color, so I did them inverted on the other eye. =] 

Both eyes to show you the difference!

Both eyes, teal lips!

Hope you liked this post!
Until next time,

P.S. If you are in love with these products like I am, you can get them on Etsy at

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Belated Polish Party Friday- Ombre/ Homemade Stamping!

Hey Poyos!
So here is my MacGyver/ Kitchen Impossible/ Nail Art post! :P

You will see what I mean.
You guys said you wanted Ombre and Homemade stamping, so that's what I gave you!

First off, here are the things I used... 

A pencil (one with an eraser!)

Sinful Colors polishes (Cinderella, Let Me Go, Savage, Ocean Blue, Midnight Blue) Nailtiques silver

I just wanted to show you the ombre I created. I think it turned out really well.
(Plus they're all Sinful Colors, so they're not expensive =])

So now I hear you all saying "Where's the stamp?"
Well, that's where the pencil with eraser comes into play.
I took the eraser and cut it with scissors; that was my free-form stamp!

It gave me the results below [I stamped by dipping the "stamp" in the Nailtiques silver]

I think it stamped pretty well for being an eraser that I cut to make =P

Anyways, hope you liked this post! I hope that you see this and it inspires you or makes you think about making your own stamps [or something like that =P]

Until next time PoYos,
Peace (and have a great labor day!)