I’m wearing green for St. Patrick’s Day, and I couldn’t resist pulling out OMGWTF for the occasion. I’ve got a bit of Irish in me, so I love to celebrate St. Patty’s day, even if I don’t drink a pint of Guinness. (I don’t like beer)
OMGWTF – bright shimmery chartruese
Dragon’s Wing – gorgeous shimmery green with a pale aqua highlight
One Knight In Belfast – a deep, dark green with a golden shimmer.
Winter, Again – white with soft blue and turquoise shimmer
Lace Gloves – a sheer with pink and red highlights
Illuminate – caramel with cherry undertones and gold sparkle and sheen
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Fyrinnae OMGWTF – on eyelid
Fyrinnae Dragon’s Wing – crease and outer vee
Fyrinnae Winter, Again – to highlight
Fyrinnae One Knight in Belfast – lower lash line
Aromaleigh Black Out – upper lash line
MAC Pro Lash Black Mascara
Meow Firefly Blush in Illuminate
Fyrinnae Lip Lustre in Lace Gloves
Purely Cosmetics Skin Smoothing foundation in Neutral Light
outside, indirect sunlight
Let me say I really like the texture of the Purely Cosmetics Skin Smoothing Foundation, though I don’t think that Neutral Light is a good match for my skin color. I think it seems a bit too dark. I took a picture outside in indirect sunlight, and then later on when the sun came out I took one in direct sunlight. This seems to be a very full coverage foundation on me, and it’s stayed on my skin all day, not melting off, so it has great stayng power. I don’t have oily skin, so I didn’t have worry about that, but apparently this formula is perfect as it has it hydrates while absorbing oils. I’ll be trying Peaches n’ Cream tomorrow
Here’s what the Purely Cosmetics site says about Skin Smoothing Foundation Formula
This new formulation is perfect for mature skin. Composed of pure silk powder to hydrate your skin while absorbing excess oils, silica to blur the appearance of fine lines, boron to reduce the visibility of pores, and jojoba oil to nourish your skin. This formula is less suitable for very oily skin types.
What do you think of my lovely St. Patrick’s Day look?
How do you like the Purely Cosmetics foundation?