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I know I did a post on this before, but I thought I would dig deeper. After reading some anatomy books and stuff on the web, the difference is so interesting that maybe some of you might like to know or maybe not.
I am in between posts right now, that means I know what is to be written but my mind won't put those words together. Instead, since the Holidays are in full swing, my mind is thinking about my cosmetic wishlist. (Not in any particular order.)
Hardware stores, kitchen supply stores, and art supply stores are three places that a makeup junkie should check out once in a blue moon. I admit, I am not keen on going to a hardware store but my friend sees it as his Sephora; I see it as a place to buy my caulking and spackle (not for the face).
Someone suggested a post on customizing foundations, so I figured I would do it. I do customize many of my foundations. This may be the reason why I have so many. (Offshoot thought: Maybe, I will do a post on my favorite foundations in the future.)
I am a big fan of Julie Hewett's Hue Colours ($14USD for the pot/$18USD for the pan) , so I couldn't wait for the Malachite to be in stock. This green is gorgeous and wearable on any skin tone and any age. Color-phobes will be able to wear this easily because it won't make you look like the green light at a traffic stop.
I think I was PMS-ing when I was at the Philosophy counter because I bought a palette that my gut feelings told me not to buy even though I had a lemming for this product since it came out. I knew I would regret this purchase but I just made an excuse that it was for the purpose of makeup research.
Bijou lipsticks ($20USD) are one of my favorite all year round lipsticks because they have the ease of application like a lipbalm yet are pigmented like a sheer lipstick. They are all moisturizing and have a light scent of orange, well more like an orange creamsicle.
I am Olivia, beauty blogging since 2009. I don't claim to be some great makeup artist or beauty guru, but I do
claim to be a great q-tip (makeup applicator). I am Jill of all trades
and mistress of nothing. The Unknown Beauty Blog -- Read by the Intelligent! Uncredited, Copied, and Plagiarized by the idiots!