Hey guys! So a few days ago I started playing with a new palette I got and this happened... when I had no where to go... yep, happens every time lol. What palette? The Nars Andy Warhol Debbie Harry palette. This as available Holiday 2012, but I found it at Marshalls for 28 bucks... I have no self restraint... none at all. So not only was this palette a great price, but it was Nars. What could go wrong? The Packaging: The palette itself is really nice. It has the typical matte sleek feel of a Nars product. It also has Nars embossed on
So since it is Halloween is right around the corner, I thought I'd share an awesome idea for a costume that uses one of the best collection of matte eye shadows I have seen in a while. This is also a great way to do a creepy zombie look, while still looking cute, and no ruining your clothes with fake blood. With this look, you can dress it up, or tone it down, and still look amazing. Take a plain gory zombie and jazz it up to create this amazing look :). Products Used: Bliss Face Lotion Kyrolan Creature Feature Wheel Nyx Jumbo Pencil
Any fan of the Pokemon anime (and in some circles, way of life) will know of the iconic Pikachu, or atleast Ash's special Pikachu. Although they didn't have the best begining (Pikachu tried to kill Ash by electrocution more than a few times), but after a string of unfortunate events, and Ash proving that he would withstand a flock of uber pissed Spearrow to protect him, they became the best of friends. One of my favorite moments in the series had to be when Ash and friends went to Dark City and faced off with the feuding Electabuzz and Schyther.
One of my favorite trends this fall has to be the metallic eye seen on the runways of Jason Wu and Gucci. It's a smokey eye with a twist. Check out some pic of this look :) This fall, play with color- not only in your wardrobe but also on your eyes. Good colors for this trend is red, purple, black, and gun-metal. If you worry about fallout, apply a little extra powder under your eyes to act as a shield, and when you are done applying, just wipe it away! To make this look a little more "work appropriate" Stick