LOTD: Birthday girl

Today is a 3-in-1 post. We’re staying in the birthday bash realm with my outfit, make up and nail look of Friday’s birthday party. I don’t have any pictures of the birthday bash I threw for my family, but I wore the neon pink dress that I showed you in this haul post. I kept my outfit very simple as I just stayed at home. I did go with a slightly more elaborate make up look. Curious to see what I wore? Then scroll down.

Complete outfit:

– Leopard print button down shirt with contrast collar (H&M)

– Light wash jeans tregging with back closure (H&M)

– Black flats (Primark)

I am also wearing a black crop bandeau top underneath the shirt from Asos.

Primark flats

Full face make up.

No I did NOT use too much bronzer on my forehead. I burned my hairline while out on a boat trip earlier in the week.

Products used:

Inglot eyeshadow palette

– MAC fluidline in Black Track

– Missha BB cream in no 13 Bright Beige

– MAC Select Moisture Cover concealer in NW20

– MAC Mineralized Skin Finish Natural in Medium

– MAC Mineralized Blush in Fresh Honey (LE)

– Benefit Bella Bamba face powder

– MAC Ravishing cremesheen lipstick

Close ups:

I went with the most simple, classiest nail look: red. The nail polish I’m wearing is China Glaze Bing Cherry.

Complete look and outfit:

Again all pictures taken with my new camera. I of course had to test how it would work with taking pictures of outfit or make up looks. Et voila. I think the picture quality is great. I still have to get used to posing in front of the camera rather than holding it in my hand so excuse the awkwardness!

What are you wearing today?

9 responses to “LOTD: Birthday girl”

  1. […] The last polish I’d like to share with you is a polish that I loved the minute I bought it. Bing Cherry is a bit of an odd one to add to this list perhaps, but it is still one of my favorite red polishes. As the name suggests, Bing Cherry is a cherry red nail polish and the best one I have ever found at that. It has a hint of shimmer in the bottle, but that is not noticeable on the nail. This red is darker than any of the others and it has a pink undertone. It reminds me of the ripe cherries we used to pick in my grandpa’s backyard when I was little and the link to those memories is exactly the reason why this polish deserves a spot in my top 5 of red polishes. You can see it on my nails here. […]

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