Elegance And Beauty

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Being able to combine blogging with expressing and posting my makeup trip is a true blessing and I’m grateful that I’ve a forum in which to achieve that! I’ve posted numerous things about makeup shades, taked about colour analysis, created different colour collages and palettes. I have already been on the journey of thinking I’m a deep winter, soft autumn, true autumn, soft summer etc etc – I do not at all have any regrets as it pertains to makeup and colour. No regrets are experienced by me with colouring my locks a burgundy red color, cutting my hair short, putting on a shiny fucshia lipstick or even sporting a teal eyeshadow.

The time and energy I spent creating various colour collages, looking to ‘figure everything out’, heading against what my intuition was saying – nope, no regrets in any way, just genuine gratitude for where my trip has used me. I have to say that I have been wearing the same choose a while now. I love the simpleness and the classic classic feeling of having a signature look that ‘works’.

  • Shimmer Black shade on the lid and On Outer V
  • 1 Samuel 26:23
  • 7 7. Don’t be unusual, keep it even
  • Mrs. Melville’s Escape

I have embraced the real autumn palette full drive (that i was drapped in twice) and am really, enjoying being pleased with something that is authentically Me personally just! I see myself taking this website into a new direction. Amber lighting eyeshadow by MAC coupled with a warm dark brown liner (Mambo by NARS) has become my classic attention makeup look.

NARS blush in Madly is merely ‘amazing’ – I really like how the colour looks alone – its the prettiest warm shell red shade. I have a wonderful feeling that this new year is going to bring amazing new makeup experiences. I can’t wait to continue to share my journey with you!

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You have two options when it comes to building your shampoo from a castille soap bottom which is to either to make it from scuff or buy a pre-made foundation from an organic soap maker. If you plan on buying the castille bottom, some excellent organic soap makers are FROM YOUR HOME Nature With Love’s Organic Liquid Castile Base and Bath and Body Supplies Organic Castile Soap lines. You’ve chosen your castile soap bottom Once, you can add your essential and/or fragrance natural oils to the blend. Different natural oils will impact the hair in different ways depending on what you are interested in in a home made shampoo.