FOTD: Chanel Inititation

I dug into my subpar (but functional) pot of Initiation to see what it might do…


Dior AirFlash CC Cream

Dolce & Gabanna The Foundation (Soft Tan)

Bobbi Brown Pressed Powder in Golden Orange

Chanel Blush in Accent


Chanel Illusion d’Ombre in Initiation (lids)

Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Rich Chocolate (outer lids/under waterline)

Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Bone (browbone)

Guerlain Retractable Eye Kohl in #1 (Gold)

Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara


Chanel Lip Pencil in Nude

YSL Lipstick in Ochre Rose



  1. deana39 says:

    Sorry I’m late. Congratulations on the new blog I’m loving it. This looks really good on you. All the best.

  2. PP says:

    Love your new website, and you’re looking great (as usual)! I would be grateful for your advice – I have just started wearing makeup this year in summer, and was wondering if now is the time to change to a winter foundation (my nc45 skin is beginning to lighten up a bit), or should i wait till winter (ie december)? when is the time to switch to winter makeup, generally? Thanks!

    • Thank you! I would definitely change to a winter foundation as soon as my skin started changing. There’s no reason to wear a foundation that’s too dark for you if you don’t have to. I always keep two shades… one for summer (with more of a bronze tone), and one for cooler months when I get a little pale. 🙂

  3. litmus2008 says:

    Thanks so much – will switch to a winter foundation now (come to think of it, my face is getting redder and darker with my current one)! And best of luck for your future adventures!

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