Category: EOTN

EOTN: Ramatuelle

I used the NARS Ramatuelle Palette, to see how it translated on my warm skin tone. I was not disappointed. The colors are very flattering, although sheer. I imagine with a primer they would stand out more. But I am content to wear them as they are…  NARS Ramatuelle Trio:

EOTN: Blue Neutral

How can blue be neutral? Well, it likely can’t. But I paired dark blue with neutral beige (lame) to see what would happen: Louise Young Eyeshadow in Pom Pom (brows) Louise Young Eyeshadow in Ting (browbone) Chanel Eyeshadow in Beige Lame (lids to above crease) YSL Pure Chromatics Eyeshadow: Palette

EOTN: Sleek Primer Palette

I understand there’s been some terrible ratings about this thing. So I thought I’d go ahead and put it to use, and see for myself. I started on VERY oily skin… more than normal. I let my skin just get as oily as I could stand, before using the palette.

EOTN: Go Team!

This is for my little sister: BOOM!!! For those of you outside the US, my team (Green Bay Packers) won the Superbowl. It’s a pretty big freakin’ deal. My sister is a fan of the enemy (Pittsburgh Steelers). She was rooting for the Steelers, I was rooting for the Packers. 

EOTN: Practice (eventually) Makes Perfect

I should be asleep. Really. I have to get up early tomorrow and face the world all bright eyed and bushy tailed…Instead, I’m up… practicing my eyeliner application: I just set the canvas with the Sleek Contour Kit in Light. I ran highlight color all over the lid and then

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