Lately I’ve had a lot more free time to be able to try out new masks and use them on a regular basis. I love having time to properly treat and pamper my skin. My skin has been flaring up a little more as well and I’ve been getting more breakouts than usual so it’s good that I have the time to properly treat these issues.
Recently I’ve been wearing eyeshadow a lot more often. I found with working and going to school full time that I didn’t have enough time to play around with eyeshadow. Now that I’m only working full time I feel like I have more time to spend with eye makeup. This has meant that I’ve had more time to test out different eye shadow bases and primers. I have rather oily eyelids and if I don’t wear the right primer my shadow will crease in no time.
I’ve never had the best luck with stick foundations in past. I’ve always found them to make my skin look extremely dewy or just not give the right amount of coverage. I’ve tried a few stick foundations from the drugstore and the MUFE stick foundation. I didn’t mind the MUFE foundation in terms of the finish but it was difficult to find the right shade. I found it to be a little bit different than their liquid foundations. I saw a lot of hype around the Anastasia stick foundations and I figured I would give it a try.
Ipsy is a monthly subscription service. It features 5 different deluxe or full-sized products and a makeup bag for $10 USD per month. Shipping in the US is free and it’s $4.95 USD for Canadian shipping. I’ve been subscribed to Ipsy for several years now and it’s a lot of fun getting a few new products sent to you every month.
With fall approaching I’ve been playing around with my eye looks lately. I’ve always been a fan of an orange and warm brown smokey eye, but when fall rolls around that’s always my go to. I’ve been gravitating to a couple eyeshadow palettes in particular lately and I think they have the perfect colour selection for fall. View Post