First off, I really hate taking LOTDs at night because I just don't like how the colors would look compared to if I took it with natural lighting.
Thus, the photos I am going to feature aren't in the usual 'format', because it is harder to take those shots at night. So here is me making do with flash.
I just got back from a little workshop, which I will blog about in due time. I am not blogging about it now because I took about 300 photos and am not in the mood to sort those out right now. I have to compensate for loss time and get cracking on my school project. Thus, the entry about the workshop would most probably be up either tomorrow, or Sunday.
But here is the look I wore today.
And to make up for the lack of photos, here's a random one.
Also featuring my wardrobe 'collage', which I love. ha!
- Monistat Chafing Relief Powder-Gel (primer)
- Revlon Colorstay Liquid Foundation
- Revlon Loose Powder (to set)
- Urban Decay Primer Potion
- NYX Jumbo Pencil in Lemon (shadow base)
- Silky Girl Funky Eyelights in Gold (shadow base)
- Maybelline Eye Studio in Venice Carnival (gold color - inner corner)
- Silky Girl Eyeshadow Duo in xx (lime green - outer corner)
- Rhomlon Eyeshadow in Black (crease)
- 28 Color Palette (warm brown - blend over crease)
- 28 Color Palette (highlight shade)
- MAC Powerpoint Liner in Engraved
- Cover Girl Lash blast (oodles and oodles of it!)
- NARS blush in Exhibit A
- NARS blush in Orgasm (over Exhibit A)
- ELF Healthy Glow Bronzing Powder in Luminance (highlight)
- nothing on!
Well I did have stuff earlier in the day, but I don't have anything on in the photos as it wore off when I drank/ate etc.
For those who read through the products used list, you might be wondering as to why I had layered my NARS blushes.
Well I initially dusted on Exhibit A really lightly but even then it came on a little too 'red' for my liking, at least with this eyeshadow combination. So that is why I layered Orgasm over it, to make it a little peachier/pink-er and also to give it a sheen.
I am on a roll with LOTDs!
It seems that with doing colored looks I feel more motivated to do LOTD entries?
In the past where I mainly wore neutral looks, it just felt like all the looks ended up looking the same on camera. That's probably why I never bothered taking them as often.
A quick word about the workshop I had attended, for those wondering what it is about.
It is a Facial Remodeling workshop and it was basically demonstration and talk based? It wasn't so much for introducing a particular product but instead introducing a procedure. The topic touched on in the workshop might not be of interest to everyone as it is slightly related to cosmetic surgery.
I would say it was an interesting experience overall, and I do want to share it with you guys.
For now, here's a teaser photo (the only one I really bothered resizing!):
That's not me, by the way! (just in case someone thought so)
Thanks for reading!