Velvet is everywhere and it has been for a while. From skirts, shirts, dresses and shoes: if you can paste a piece of velvet touch fabric onto it, or use it to make it, it seems someone is doing it. And it’s not just black velvet either. Oh no, it has started to come out in many different colors. From pink, bottle green to blue: I have a few items that I already had in my wardrobe that I thought I would style up. Because velvet, being such a rich fabric, can be difficult to style up. Here’s how I would wear velvet clothing items.
Shirt | H&M
Skirt | H&M
Shoes | Asos
I haven’t worn nail polish in months, which is why I have decided to whip out a blog post that has been pending for a while. Usually, I gather 6 pictures of recent manicures and then put them together in a post. Since it’s been a while since I last wore polish and I haven’t had any interest in wearing any for some time now, I decided to just cut to the chase and do my, for now, last instanail blog post.
Shimmer and shine is the IT makeup aspect of the season. Be it in a lip color (shimmery lip gloss is back in vogue people!), an eyeshadow or in a blush: if it’s got a metallic shine it is all the rage right now. And I like a good deal of shine. In an eyeshadow, but not so much on my cheeks if it isn’t a highlight. Still, I was curious when I spotted these new Metal Chrome blushes by Essence. So I decided to pick one up and try it out.
Essence Metal Chrome Blush Copper Crush
It’s December which means it’s time to show you the makeup I wore in the past month. Last month was all about high end face products, affordable eyeshadow, berry lips and I have been dabbling into primers and setting sprays. Especially those last two steps in my makeup routine are very new to me and are areas which I have just started to explore in the world of makeup. Here’s the makeup I wore in the month of November.
Shop my Stash | November 2017
When it comes to applying foundation, I am one who prefers a brush over all methods of application. They are easy to handle, apply the right amount and are easy to clean. But some foundations simply work better when applied with a sponge. If the foundation is richer, thicker and creamier, then a wet sponge may be the best way to apply the foundation. And while the beauty blender is still everyone’s go to, it is rather expensive and so many affordable dupes have been making the rounds. When I found this affordable €2 pack at Primark, I knew I had to try it.
Primark Beauty Blender dupe sponge pack
Today’s blog post is a quicky to let you know that today will be a little quiet on here and on Youtube. I have not been able to upload a video this weekend because of several reasons. That’s why I figured I would come here and give you a quick update instead.
Warm eyeshadow palettes are everywhere these days and that means the drugstore cannot be far behind to hop onto the band wagon. MUA is the first affordable brand that truly has tried nailing a super warm toned eyeshadow palette. Meet Fire Vixen: the warm toned eyeshadow palette of your dreams, if you love your oranges and reds. And is that a bit of Huda Beauty’s Rose Gold palette inspiration I am seeing there? Time to put it to the test!
MUA Fire Vixen eyeshadow palette