Sunday, February 27, 2011

Purple Passion

A new tutorial!! I finally got my filming table set up in the new room! Let me know what you think!

A list of all of the products I used is down below!


E.L.F. eyelid Primer
MAC studio sculpt concealer in NW20
E.L.F. Beauty book: smokey eye edition
E.L.F. Beauty book: eye brights edition
72 palette (Walgreens or CVS)
NYX Jumbo eyeshadow pencil in Strawberry Milk
E.L.F. waterproof eyeliner pen in Plum
Rimmel Eye Kohl in Purple Passion
L'Oreal Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black (waterproof)


Rimmel Lasting finish 25hr. foundation in 100 Ivory
Maybelline dream mousse concealer in Ivory
E.L.F. HD Powder (studio line)
NYC Creme Stick Blush in Berry New Yorker
Rimmel blush in Berry

E.L.F. lip liner in Bark
NYX lipgloss in Sponge Cake

And JUST FOR daughter got a little makeup treatment too! (Dont yell at me, I took it off right after, it was just for fun and playing around! Please dont call CPS on me!! lol)


Charlotte said...

SUCH pretty girls!!!

Did you get some new ink!? I'd love to see!


Aranza said...

Your daughter is GORGEOUS!!!!!! and i totally understand. my little one is 3 and omg she adores the point that i had to give up a few of my super inexpensive items just to keep her from digging into my stash lol! and yes, she wears it at home while playing...then removes it and starts over...scary, but its not child abuse and hey, it keeps her entertained while i do homework lol!

I love the purple shades. i must try the ELF quads...i never have because i felt they were not pigmented at all =D

The Beauty Bargainista said...

So true! its totally worth it to keep them entertained some times! :) Plus...shes my photographer, so I have to get her happy! LOL!!

Charlotte, I did get a new tattoo! I will have a post about it soon! :)

FunnyFaceBeauty said...

Holy Crap, you look amazing. Off to bed now and will watch the video in the morning.

Jess said...

I love this look! Now I need purple eyeshadow!

From Suns To Moons said...

Your makeup is gorgeous and so is your daughter's. Don't worry, nobody's judging. It's not like little girls don't put on makeup whenever they get the chance. When I was 10, I put nail polish on my cheeks - you can imagine how much of my dermis was temporarily destroyed. At least your daughter has a talented to show her the right and safe way to do it.


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