Spring Tag!

Both Chantell and I were tagged by the lovely Saman from ColourObsession to do a post on some of our favorite spring trends and accessories. Spring has definitely left where Chantell and I are and has been replaced with our usual dry and hot summer. Luckily, these products will still be with us long after the hot sun has gone down. Continue reading

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Candy coated

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my Easter candy kick has inspired even my recent makeup selections

Happy almost Easter everyone! I made a couple purchases at Sephora yesterday that I am so excited to show off. Stila released a new liner for spring that is exactly the color I have been searching for the past year. I swear, it’s “the one”. Bonus, it’s waterproof, so I’m anxious to try it out poolside. So what is this magical new color? It’s the smudge stick waterproof eyeliner in Turquoise. Unlike many turquoise liners that tend to be really bright and almost more cerulean, this one is a slightly pale pastel perfect for Easter. Now, you know I’m ecstatic for this color, so what could possibly blow my mind even more in one swatch fest? Thank you Easter-Bunny-Magic-Man-Of-My-Life!! Sephora has four shades of the YSL Rouge Volupte Shine available for a limited time in our blessed Boise store. I took one look at the color Corail in Touch and I swear I died and was resurrected right there at the front of the store. So here’s my spring look take two, a more vibrant, colorful look. Continue reading

Spring fever

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spring is the advil to my winter hangover

Spring is 8 days away! And I couldn’t be more ready to finally beat these winter blues — or at least trade them for some springy turquoise and pastel hues. Originally I planned to do a spring post using my Lit Cosmetics glitter in Yoda, seen on Meg in our “Getting down and glittery” post, but after I applied it, I felt it just looked a bit too harsh. This soft pastel look is exactly what I imagine for a sunny day in March. I’ll save the glitter for my drunken St. Patty’s celebrations. Continue reading