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You have probably seen those temporary tattoos, stick on nail polish, eyeliners, and now even lips. Fashionable and fun, yet they come at a stiff price and can be a bit tedious and time consuming than the original method. They all attract attention when worn and then the novelty wears off. Where is the companionship to these products?
After my failed or what I believed was a failing attempt at what was suppose to be a great color-Iced Root Beer. I allowed my brain to rest. Now, my brain cells are back to frankening but not as wild and complex as before.
As you know, I am crazy about kohls especially the cone shape crayon, and I would try any other form only if I could trust the ingredients. Lo and behold, I came across Mosha Katani's shop on Etsy. Mosha Katani is a very talented Los Angeles based makeup artist. You can look at her portfolio here. She created powder eye kohls housed in beautiful containers resembling a Genie bottle.
Fyrinnae is one of my favorite indie lines to date. The line creates colors that exist in my dreams which actually means my dreams come true! The eyeshadows all come in loose form and for some of you that may sound like a pain. I have gotten used to it and often use them foiled. I don't use just water since it can eventually cause fallout as it dries. I use a non-oily eye makeup remover which I explain in this post.
I admire Thierry Mugler as a fashion designer, he is an artiste with a fantastic vision of runway trends. He is like the geek of fashion, creating futuristic and sexy clothing for a very hip space station. I bet if he could buy real estate on Mars, there would be a Thierry Mugler nightclub there. He is cool, he is geeky, he is a true fashion icon. But it is his make up line that leaves me a bit queasy.
I bought this on a whim because I didn't have any dark brown polish, or at least I don't think I do. I just don't take inventory of my stash. I think I should someday so I don't buy duplicates. This is part of Zoya's 2011 Fall Collection of Smoke and Mirrors. I obviously went for the smoke part probably because I am a non-smoker.(<----just some stupid jibberish)
The name sounds like some private detective: Tana Stone Private Eye-Wednesdays this Fall on ABC. Well, the actual full name is Tana Extreme Black Stone Mascara Block (a.k.a Makki Beauty - $19.95USD) which I find a mouthful for just a cake mascara.
No, it isn't the beer. It is my hair. I told you in a previous post I put in a skunk stripe. Well, I put in a crimson red to eliminate the white hair. I used the N Rage Crimson Red ($9.99USD). I wouldn't call it a completely demi-permanent haircolor nor is it a semi-permanent. It is somewhere in between. The color is pretty thick and will stain anything, so don't be careless when doing this and I mean cover the floor and wear an old t-shirt because this stuff is concentrated color.
Okay, the title of this post makes it sound so seriously fab but it isn't really compared to what Lyuba-chan and Rae do with their eyeliner. I was just bored with my makeup over the past long weekend. Actually bored with the usual black or brown liner. Yes, I wore the red liner out because that is just me and life is too short. I just didn't care what people said. I am getting old and I am allowed to be an old fart! (By the way, I put a skunk stripe in my hair too!)
Whenever I read about someone who has makeup and never opened or tried the product, I wonder how could you do that? I have to touch every eyeshadow, blush, lipstick that I buy as soon as possible. I can never leave these products untouched. But when it comes to nail polish, I will buy it and tuck it away. Soon, I will have accumulated colors of the same likeness without knowing.
Sula. You know how I bought all those make up products (and more). Well, I figured it was time to try the fragrances. Knowing that I couldn't easily choose just one, I bought the Discovery Set ($36USD). This set includes six of their fragrances in a rollerball container. Each rollerball is about 2 ¼" high (5.7cm). There is an ample amount in each container to leave and create an impression of each scent.
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!