This is my look for the day with Sassy Minerals. I wanted to try the orange shade, since I tend to feel like oranges are hard for me to pull off.
Pixie Sprinkles – neutral peachy beige with copper, green and purple sparkles
Hissy Fit – mauve pink with golden shimmer
Atomic – hot orange with icy silver sparkles
Ruby Slippers – ruby red with loads of pink and ruby sparkle*
Why Not? – deep smoky graphite with red and silver
Crowning Moment – cool petal with golden shimmer
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Sassy Hissy Fit – inner lid
Sassy Atomic – middle lid
Sassy Ruby Slippers – outer corner of lid
Sassy Why Not? – crease
Sassy Pixie Sprinkles – on top of Why Not? from crease to eyebrows
Too Faced Starry Eyed Liner in Ooh & Aah – upper lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Yeyo – lower water line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Lucky – lower lash line
Aromaleigh Lash Primer
Benefit BadGal Lash Mascara in Black
Sassy Crowning Moment
Spell gloss in Haley’s Bite
Fyrinnae Velvet-gel Silica Primer
Sassy foundation in Neutral Fair
Black Phoenix Alchemy Labs Titania
Titania is described as a nocturnal bounty of fae dew-kissed petals and pale fruits: white grape, white peach, iced pear, musk rose, sweet pea, moonflower and snapdragon.
When worn on me, I couldn’t smell the fruits but I could smell the flowers, mostly I think the sweet pea. It was nice. The scent filled my office without being overpowering, so whenever someone came in they’d comment on it and ask what it was.
I really liked Crowning Moment blush, as I found it easier to work with than Bloom with Creation. However, that may have been because I used a different application method.
I really like Hissy Fit, and Pixie Sprinkles is interesting. I felt like Atomic was too warm of an orange for me, and that Ruby Slipper leans a little warmer than I like my reds, but it is nice. Why Not? worked really nice with Ruby Slippers.
By using the face primer, it was much easier to apply the Sassy foundation. I took some pictures out in the sun of me in the foundation and color Neutral Fair is a pretty good match. I put it on at 8:30 this morning and with the primer, it still looked good by 4:30 pm, with minimal shine on my nose and forehead.
This afternoon when I got home, I could still smell the airbrush paint on Phaedra (it’s doggie safe paint that the groomer used), and she just didn’t seem to be acting quite right, so I decided to bathe her. So now she looks like a little lamb. Phyrra had a little lamb… named Phaedra.