I thought this was easy enough to do. That’s what I thought anyway…when I saw MM from Makeup Morsels do hers. She did a gold / khaki green ombré liner but I wanted to do something even more subtle. Mine is a combination of 2 different greens and a grey. I could easily change it by patting different eye shadows on top, but I thought this was subtle and complemented my Butter London Dosh nails.
I know, I know. I’ve wanted to talk about this for months and months but I’ve been putting it off. Apologies for that. There seems to be more and more to talk about, and some things get left behind. It’s not that this isn’t good, but you know… makeup is more exciting. Haha!
To compensate for the super long thesis yesterday, today’s post will be short and sweet. I bring you Dior Spring Ball on your nails This is launched in line with the new Dior Addict Gloss (which I will talk about in another post) and there are 4 star shades to choose from. The other 3 shades are Princess, Diablotine and Delice. There’s also a gel top coat which I have already talked about earlier.
This is my longest post yet, so bear with me!
I used to wonder how much better a skincare product would be if the amount spent on advertising, packaging and hiring top notch celebrities and models was actually used on the quality of the skincare itself. When I was approached by an unknown company to test their products, I was initially hesitant. I can’t find any reviews online. In fact, I can’t find much info on the company at all. I did question its credibility, but then even big luxury brands were once a nobody. It takes time to build credibility, and most of all, people who are willing to give it a go.
Corals. Not the ones you find by the beach, but the colour. What is a coral shade? There are coral pinks, coral reds, true corals, whatchamacallit corals. I remember a little Twitter conversation with fellow Bandits Xiao and Larie and coral was described as pinkorangered. Instead of pink orange and red, I read Pink or Angered. That sounds about right >.< So in my opinion, corals are colours tinged with orange. But then again, how do I know if it’s orange or coral? Or maybe peach since peach is orange and pink, right? Hence the confusion. I don’t even know if this lipstick I’m featuring is considered coral. So keep your opinions to yourself because if anyone of you disagree with me, Larie promised to punch you in the face. HAHAHA! Also, I KNOW I’m not the only one confused. This will be interesting!