I have a few photos just sitting in my folder doing nothing, so here I am putting them to work.
Inside the civic theatre.
Daisy and I DIY'ed mugs a few months ago.
I went for plain and simple, just for the sake of giving something new a go.
I made my way to Botany before ball to pick up some nails but I didn't end up using them...
I love my bed.
Still some of my all time favourites.
"We kill flowers
because we think
We will oursevles
because we think we
Inglot lipstick palette: 100, 91, 96, 99 and 46
My cousin works for Inglot and sent me a little taster. She gave me bold colours that obviously aren't your every day wear. I picked out the clours myself from their play palette which is double this size with 5 more crazy colours. The formula is very creamy and I would say quite opaque. I think if you're not a professional makeup artist I wouldn't recommend getting these colours but if you're someone looking to try something different and fun then definitely go for it! These colours are definitely Halloween friendly. I've always been curious about what black would look on me and found it's a little too bold for me. However I know I'd be more accepting of the black if I mix it with any safe shades ranging from reds to pinks. One thing I would like to point out is that you will need to conceal the outline of your lips after you apply the colours because the shades are obviously worlds apart from your natural lip colour. Some of your natural lip will peep around the edges. Some people conceal the outline of their lips regardless of colour so this isn't an uncommon step in clean lipstick application. I just thought I'd remind you of the minor detail because if you're like me, you don't usually use concealer for your lips.
Here me blending in the white, yellow and pink together. I think I might have put too much white but you get the idea of the peachy shade I was trying to achieve. (I didn't conceal the edges here because the colour is one of the more naturally human shades)
These selfies were taken yesterday! I'm wearing the pink (96) from the Inglot palette from above. I didn't wear it to its full strength though and went for a subdue look.
I've finally embraced my naturally brow shape. Hooray for me.
My contacts are EOS Dark Ice grey from lensvillage.com
I think it's perfect if you're looking for a naturally lightening. There aren't dark rings so that's part of the natural factor. The colour doesn't look natural because like all lens on an Asian, it just not a common colour that occur in our gene pool. But being fake as it may, it's one of the more realistic fake, if you're feeling me. I think to pull it off you're gonna need to do at least dark eyelining. I went for the natural approach and didn't realise my mistake until I took these photos. The big down fall on these were the comfort level. I wore these out yesterday (I blogged about yesterday in the last post) and it was almost unbearable for me. I constantly felt like I had something in my eyes (which duh you do) and it was painful to even keep my eyes open after a few hours. Beauty is pain? I've never had to use eye drops before in previous lenses (though I don't often wear lenses so I don't even know if I'm experienced enough for you to trust my opinion). However I will give these lens another go and next time I'll carry eye drops with me.