I love my wife, she’s a wonderful woman who is so loving and undestanding. So don’t be upset at her for the lateness of these posts. It’s all my fault for not buying the parts I need yet. Then again, you need money to buy that stuff. Either way, here’s the star of today!
That’s okay, sexy. I Love you anyways.
I felt like doing something different, so I devised a stripe cheat cause I don’t use tiny brushes only toothpicks. First I painted nails twice with Rimmel’s 60 Seconds Vinyl Shine in Denim Dreams. Once certain it was dry, I then used Sally Hansen Chrome Nail Makeup in Titanium Chrome on about half my nails, used two coats, waiting extra time between to prevent heavy streaking.
I then started to use Pure Ice’s Lucky Charming to lightly tip nails. It looked okay, but I could do better. I thickened the green converting it into a bolder stripe causing the silver to become more of an accent and the green ended upbalancing the blue better.
No bracelet pic, wore the usual quad for gamedays.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Feels like if its not Halloween or autumnal, then its pink for breast cancer. Practically Everything…….All this funding and still no marketed cure. There’s a cannabis derived oil that’s helping some fight cancer, There’s also a berry from the Blushwood Tree. It’s newly discovered from Austrailia. Can get more info –> http://bit.ly/1y3YLCq . Well here it is. Pink for breast cancer!
Here’s a trick for the half moon manicure I figured out.
First paint your full nails the color you want your half moon accent to be. I chose to apply Scherer’s Chameleon in a pale barely there metallic pink called Ballerina. Most use stencils, dots, other things at this point. I then applied a few coats of NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel in Plumberry Plaza carefully leaving a half moon shape at cuticle base. I deemed the accent shape too light so went over the pale pink with a bright pink from the same line as the pale. It’s called Heat.I then reapplied the dark berry to cover up minor mistakes. Heat catches the light and is a really fun new take on the autumn pallette especially with Plumberry Plaza. May do more similar color pairings.
Colors of cranberries with palest pink accented with bubblegum, black with rainbow patina, and a touch of magenta. All glass seed beads on elastic stretch cord.
Only used three colors of eyeshadow and black mascara.
First applied Maybelline’s Roller Color in Go-Go Rose to crease and browbone. It’s a shimmery light pink. I then used two colors from Milani’s Autumn Earth quad, the soft ivory and brick red.The red went on eyelids and lined lower lashes. Afterwards, I layered the ivory over it for a softer feeling, more flowers, less rebel. Topped it off with a few generous swipes of another Maybelline product, their mascara, Great Lash in Blackest Black on upper eyelashes.
For my lips I did a sheer well blotted wash of a dark berry lipstick, Milani’s Black Cherry. Then used a gloss, Covergirl’s Wetslicks Fruit Spritzers in Blackberry Splash over the lipstick. These colors really made my hair and eyes stand out. I especially enjoyed the contrast of the soft green of my hair with the light pinks and bold berries of varying shades and hues…My hair looks faded in this pic, now’s the time to redye it.