Archive for February, 2010
- MAC Violet Pigment Look - February 27th, 2010
- Fashion Friday: Episode 5 - February 26th, 2010
- How to Apply Liquid Foundation - February 24th, 2010
- Face Primer and How to Use It - February 23rd, 2010
- Brown and Blue with Pink Look + My Yosemite Trip! - February 22nd, 2010
I used two different violet pigments for this look — MAC Violet and Viz-a-Violet pigments. Viz-a-Violet is more of a lighter lavender shade whereas Violet is bright purple. These pigment colors come out even more vivid when applied wet.
I got these super cute sandals at Nordstrom’s a couple weeks ago. The brand is called Poetic Licence (imported), and the style is “Bloomingbird”. The weather’s been a little too cold to wear these, but I decided to get them anyway in case I couldn’t find them again in the spring/summer time. I really like the blue color and the sequined bows!
Liquid foundation is one of the most versatile foundations, because it works well on many different types of people. Liquid foundations usually come in different formulas for normal, dry, sensitive, combination, and oil-free skin types. They are really easy to blend and achieve a nice smooth finish. Liquid foundations can provide medium to heavy coverage. Here are the steps to apply liquid foundation.
Face primers are most commonly used to help prepare your skin for foundation application by smoothing out the texture of your skin. It helps you apply foundation easily and smoothly as well as help eye shadows, blush, and lipstick last longer. Here are some tips on how, where, and when to use face primers.
This is the makeup I wore when I left last Friday for my weekend Yosemite trip — it matches the new blue fleece pants and jacket that I wore (they are super comfy!).