Yes, I'm guilty. I was one of the many people that stayed up until midnight to purchase this glorious palette only to find out that it didn't launch till later to prevent the webpage from crashing. All bitterness aside, I was finally able to order my palette that morning and I constantly tracked my package to see when my precious cargo would arrive in the mail.
As soon as it was delivered, I took it out of the package and took several pictures of my new addition to my makeup collection. The jewel tones are mesmerizing and I couldn't wait to try different looks on myself and my models.
This palette works on all skin tones and shades. Isabel and Violeta are my favorite transition shades on women with deeper complexions while, Lula and Isabel work well for women with light to medium complexions.
Don't get me started on the shimmer and jewel tones! Or do. If you're looking for a palette that works for editorial shoots, this is the one. You can bring out just about any eye color with the shade...
Image By Jennifer McIntyre. Hair by Azalee Gracier. Makeup by Shalonda Peguero
'Tis the season for all of the glitter. In the past two weeks I've been preparing for Halloween, winter weddings and holiday parties. After my appointments are over I am left with glitter on my face, hands and hair. I'm going to leave you with a few tips and tricks to get rid of all of this sparkly mess.
Oil. Lots of oil. I have a natural curly texture and after several washes I was still left with sparkles on my hairline. Before giving up and hoping they'd fall out over time I went to my kitchen cabinet and applied olive oil all over. First of all, there are tons of benefits of adding olive oil to your hair and scalp. Second, I found that the glitter was starting to slip away.
After massaging it into your hair and scalp wash it out of your hair and boom, no more evidence of your glitter escapades.
I would recommend using coconut oil. You can use it for just about anything; Cooking, your h...