Brown and Black Make Friends and a CVS Haul!!

So a lot of the time you may not mix brown and black because they clash. I like the look on the eyes though. The black is extra dark so the brown softens it just a little. I used a sample makeup palette from Elizabeth Arden and liquid and pencil liner.


I actually used all the shadows in the palette for the look.


The white all over {bottom left}
The liner on half the lid liquid and then shaped it better with pencil
The lighter brown in the crease {top left}
The darker brown over the liner and blended up {bottom right}
The sparkly white {top right} in the crease and under the brow bone.



Obviously you do not have to use this palette. {look how cute} Any colors that are similar will do.


In other news…

I went to CVS


They had a basket full of stuff on sale. So I bought EVERYTHING!! Not really, but I did get some stuff.


So you can expect some reviews and opinions on these products in the next post!!


The HIP liner is Awesome



I wish that I had Jessie’s Girl

Every morning when I open up my makeup drawer (the one on the bottom, there are four full ones) I see my Jessie’s Girl palette. The song is stuck in my head for the rest of the day, so now it will be stuck in yours. Enjoy!

I really like this palette. Each shadow is a mix of two  colors. The palette was less than ten dollars at the drug store, and the purchase was worth it. I use the shadows for lots of different looks. The one below is the pink and gold, with the green and gold on the inner corners.

Some people are not big fans of the shadows like the blogger I got the following picture from. I will link to her so you can see why she does not like them.

The colors are all metallic, and I have found they work well as accents with other brands of shadows. I do like a lot of JG’s products, and the loose powders are a little more pigmented.

Have a lovely day, and stay tuned for an ELF post very soon. *taps chin mischievously*