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September 23, 2008

Happy 1,000!

When I first started making videos, I never would've thought that I'd ever reach 1,000! Thank you subscribers!

A huge thanks to those who actually rate/comment my videos. Even though I have so many subscribers, I get so little feedback :( It's just a bit discouraging sometimes to see that I have over a thousand of subscribers, and less than 10 comments on a video. But I enjoy making them, so it's alright. It's nice to know that my videos are being watched. And those few positive comments that I get make me happy :) It's nice knowing that I helped a person out somehow.

Sorry for those of you who have requested something that I still haven't done. Making videos is time consuming, and school keeps me busy. Most of the time it's just a lot of homework. The time I spend not doing homework (mostly just procrastinating) is there. I'd just rather spend it relaxing. Hopefully you guys understand.

Here are the pictures from the last tutorial I did. A blue-brown look:

products used:
- urban decay primer potion
- mac paint pot: blackground
- mac pigment: blue brown
- mac eyeshadows: mulch, typographic, vanila
- mac fluidline: blacktrack
- prestige eyeliner: black
- milanil eyeliner: creme brulee
- l'oreal bare naturale mascara

September 15, 2008

VS Purples & Greens

products used:
- urban decay primer potion
- mac paint pot: greenstroke
- victoria's secret mosaic eyeshadow: connect
- victoria's secret silky eyeshadow: no strings
- mac eyeshadow: vanilla
- urban decay liquid liner: shattered
- prestige eyeliner: black
- l'oreal bare naturale mascara

tutorial here!

September 09, 2008

Ulta Sales

Ulta is having their fall beauty event, which means 2 weeks of some pretty good sales! Ulta cosmetics especially: automatic eye/lip liners - $1, nail polishes - $2, eyeshadows/blushes - $3, lip color/mascara - $4, and mineral eyeshadows $5. I think that's how it is, haha. Not much money, so all I picked up were 3 automatic eyeliners. I've heard good things about them, and how could I resist when they're only a dollar? :)

Left to Right: Black/Brown, Moss, Raisin
(yeah, i know.. corny swatches, haha)

September 05, 2008


Sephora Crease Brush $16.00
Last weekend, my parents wanted to shop around after church. We stopped by Sephora, and my mom actually got me this. My parents don't like buying me makeup related things, so it's a miracle that I surely appreciate! I love this brush already! It's so soft, and it's just the right size to apply shadows to my crease & blend.

Too Faced Retractable Kabuki $28.00
Ulta was having a one week sale. I was so happy when I found the coupon in the newspaper. 20% off your entire purchase including some prestige brands like Too Faced. Everytime I went to Ulta or Sephora, I would look at this brush. This ended up being a gift from my boyfriend. Thank you Raymond! I absolutely loveeee it. This is like the softest brush ever. I keep taking it out just to feel the bristles. Made of synthetic hair, or as they describe it, teddy bear hair! Raymond was joking around, saying that they tortured teddy bears to make it, haha. The outside of the brush is the cutest thing ever, metallic pink with flowers on it.

Sally Hansen, Natural Beauty, Inspired By Carmindy: Sheerest Cream Blush in Bloom - $8.99
This is what I bought at Ulta. It had good reviews on makeupalley, so I decided to try it out. I like it a lot. It's a cream blush that goes on smooth & blends nicely. The shade is a peachy pink color that looks very natural.


September 03, 2008

Sea & Sky

I know, I'm late, haha. But better late than never, right? I recorded a tutorial for this look twice already. Since I have such good luck, the first time I did it, the file was corrupt.

products used:
- urban decay primer potion
- revlon cream eyeshadow: light blue
- mac mineralize eyeshadow duo: sea & sky
- mac eyeshadow: vanilla
- mac blacktrack fluidline
- urban decay 24/7 liner: zero
- l'oreal bare naturale mascara