If you know where I got the title reference from, you're awesome and we should be friends.
I went to Walgreens yesterday only to find none of the colors that I wanted, but since they had a 3 for $4 deal, I couldn't resist so I settled for these shades. I've owned "Bare it All" for a few months now, but I waited until I got my hands on the other colors so I can review the collection as a whole. Read more for a detailed review on this product!
My first impression on this wasn't so great because the color is almost identical to Sephora's Cream Lip Stain in "Always Red" and it wasn't quite matte, but I finally gave it a full day of no retouching, and I gotta say that it definitely falls on my lipstick must-haves. Read more for an in-depth review!
Whenever I'm stuck with what to gift a friend for holidays like Christmas, birthdays, Valentine's, etc., I can always count on handmade things. After all, it's the thought that counts. Last Christmas, I made these decorative exploding boxes for my twin best friends. I put a lot of effort into it, and I was pretty satisfied with how it turned out. It's kind of like a memory box, a decorative piece, and a little storage all in one. Read more to see what's inside!
I gotta admit, it was my first time shopping anything Brandy Melville. Since I'm always too broke to go to the actual store, the warehouse sale in L.A. was the perfect opportunity for me to scour their ever-so-coveted clothing. It was pretty crazy in there, but luckily, we arrived at 5:30 am and managed to get in as the last group. I really wish I bought more, but I didn't have enough cash and I'm trying really hard to save up for Black Friday/Cyber Monday and Christmas. Anyhow, I only spent $40 for 5 super cute clothes!
If you're familiar with Brandy Melville's highly coveted "Chiyo Top," you'd be glad to find out that it's actually quite easy to recreate. The original caged bralette costs about $19, but if you're patient enough to look around your room, you won't have to spend a cent. Read more for a step-by-step tutorial.
Here's a super easy hair tutorial that I'm sure anyone can pull off. All you need are bobby pins, a hair tie, and a long handkerchief or a thin scarf. Head over to my youtube channel to see the full tutorial! http://www.youtube.com/user/simplestylings
I haven't posted an artwork in a while, so here's something I drew a couple of years ago.
I've always wanted to attend a masquerade ball, but it seems like there's none really around, so I just illustrated something inspired by that sultry, 1920s vibe. I just love the ostentatious fashion of the theme, and it doesn't hurt to dress up this gaudy for once!
Here's a little non-fashion (but still art) related filler to compensate for the past days when I didn't post anything. It's my first project in my Photo 150 class, and I never thought photography could be this difficult, maybe even harder than drawing! Anyway, each of these pictures represents a word provided to us and we were supposed to interpret and translate them to photos. I tried... I really did.
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