I was craving more of the LORAC shadows, so I grabbed my LORAC PRO 2 palette for the third week of my One Week, One Palette project.
From January 12th through 19th I used the LORAC PRO Matte palette and the Milani Everyday Eyes palette in Must Have Metallics (08). I’m considering the LORAC palette the primary one this week since I can see myself pulling out the Milani palette again later on to supplement other palettes that are more matte-heavy.
Today I’ll be sharing my March 2018 empties! I am happy to have used up 8 items this month, even if most of them were sample sized products. The reason I love reading and watching others’ empties posts/videos is because I love to hear about their experience using the entire product – how their opinion changed over time and if they’d repurchase it again in the future.
This week (March 17-23) I used the Makeup Revolution Reloaded Division Palette. It’s pretty clear that this palette is *ahem* inspired by the ABH Subculture palette, but I’m not mad about that. Personally, I don’t think I would mind the soft formula that the Subculture palette has (LORAC shadows are my favorite, so this isn’t surprising), but I wanted to try these bolder shades out in a “lower stakes” way than splurging on a high-end palette.
Hello! This month, I’ve switched away from pinks and am using a beautiful blue floral washi tape, accented with the light blue Mildliner from the pastel (pink) set. Not much has changed as far as the layout goes from last month, but it shows me that changing up the washi and color accents really refreshes my excitement for using my journal for another month.
I am so excited to share today’s post, as it’s the first in my new series of eyeshadow palette reviews! From the second week of this year, I have been using one palette each week in an attempt to intentionally use all of the palettes in my collection. The first palette I used this year was the Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette from January 5-11, so today I’ll share my thoughts on this palette and go over what this series is all about.
I am so excited to share today’s update for my Project Pan! In my previous post, I shared how I’m revamping my project this month, so please check that out if you’re wondering why I’m switching so much around in this update. This is going to be quite a long post, so grab a snack while you scroll!
Today, I’m putting off my third update to my 2018 Project Pan, and instead sharing how I’ve decided to revamp my project based on what I’ve learned in the past 2.5 months about what will work better for me.
Every person who does project pans will have different views on how they should work, what their reasons are for panning, and what a successful project looks like. I’m very new to the panning community, so my opinions are still forming, but below I’m sharing what I’ve come up with so far.Read More »
Today I want to share my wedding makeup look in honor of my first wedding anniversary. My husband and I got married last year on March 5 in Texas. With a Texas wedding in March, you have to plan for all kinds of weather and temperatures, so I practiced my wedding look a few times to be sure I was choosing products that would really stay put through anything.
I made it through another month using a mask every day. Halfway through the month I decided to focus more heavily on a single mask for a longer period to see if that helped me get a better feel for how I like that specific mask.