I bought these lashes a while ago at Ulta. They were discounted to around $3.99 then (I think they still are, but if not they're $5.99 per set) and I could not resist because they looked so full and fluttery.
I promised I'd do a post about the diy powder I used from my Valentine's Day look and here it is. I know it took a few months to do it (sorry, things happened and I'm a full-time procrastinator), but I really want to make a guide on how to make this because it's super easy and just as effective as finishing powders used to set make-up.
Other than my obsession with pink lips and nails, I'm always looking for complexion products that will make my skin look perfect. I do invest in quite a bit of skincare, but I find that cosmetics can add the finishing touch in enhancing the skin. Products promising skincare benefits are another lure; I'd much rather have something on my skin actually doing something rather than just sitting there for the ride. I saw great reviews for this Hourglass foundation (notably from GossMakeUpArtist) and I bought it last summer. Since I've had months to try it out, I'd like to share my thoughts on it with you.
Remember when I did that post about Mai Hirose because I like her as a model/person. I mentioned about the lenses that she designed, the Starmish series from GEO. Well, I finally got them! I bought my lenses from Eyecandy's and I'd like to share my thoughts on the black lenses from the series: Starmish Black.