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FOTD: Pale Stuff (2)

I dug right into the Kjaer Weis eyeshadows, to see how they performed. I was not disappointed…  FACE Estee Lauder Double Wear Light (5.0) Kevyn Aucoin Radiant Diaphanous Powder Chanel Blush in Tempting Beige  EYES Kjaer Weis Eyeshadow in Charmed (lids) Kjaer Weis Eyeshadow in Magnetic (crease) MAC Gel Liner

FOTD: Olive Green Smoke

I used the Nvey single shadows for this look. I need other companies to take note.. these shadows are EXCELLENT. FACE Amore Pacific Skin Renewal Foundation Koh Gen Do Translucent Powder Chanel Soho Blush EYES Nvey Eco Organic Eyeshadow in #173 (olive) on lids Nvey Eco Organic Eyeshadow in #170

FOTD: Shimmer & Shine

I pulled out some of my favorite Chanel products for this FOTD. I used the quint from last year, and remembered why I fell in love with it in the first place… FACE Illamasqua Skin Base (#14 & #15) Chanel Loose Powder (Dore) IMAN Sunlit Copper Blush Chanel Holiday (2011)

Chanel Spring 2012: Rouge Coco Shine (Flirt)

Another piece of the collection arrived: The Rouge Coco Shine in Flirt. It’s a warm coral-pink, that is surprisingly flattering on my warm skin tone. I had my reservations, but it turns out I was worried about nothing. As you can see, it’s more pink than Misia, despite their similarities

FOTD: Mitzah

I really can’t justify plunking down $90 for the new Dior Mitzah palette. I love the idea of the leopard print beauty, but the colors are so dupeable that the truth is I’d never actually use it… so therefore I’ve determined that I don’t need it. Still, I wanted to

FOTD: Summer Greens

I didn’t really have a plan… I just wanted something fresh and green(ish): FACE Illamasqua Skin Base (#14) Koh Gen Do Translucent Powder Chanel Blush In Rose Ecrin EYESRock & Republic Eyeshadow in Tribal (brows) Louise Young Eyeshadow in Ting (browbone) Rock & Republic Eyeshadow in Hangover (lids and under

FOTN: Chanel Illusion d’Ombre (Mirifique)

I road tested the new Chanel cream shadow in Mirifique, and it performed surprisingly better than I’d expected. I found that if you do indeed lay them over a powder (or a base) to give them something to stick to, then they don’t crease as much. So I used the

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