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ZP767 – THEA: Deep amethyst Magical PixieDust* with an orchid flash, packed full of party-ready holographic hex glitter.
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ZP769 – PRIM: Velvet blue metallic, with a full coverage, high-density pigment and buttery smooth application.
ZP770 – HAVEN: True holiday plum liquid metal with a thin vein of orchid for added brilliance.
ZP771 – WILLA: Full-coverage, onyx black cream.
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I have another face of the day for you! This palette was given to me as a press sample by NYC to show you some looks with it! This palette is called NYC Hate the Light and is some great gray colors. Today, I also used the lipstick NYC sent me from the same collection. The lipstick is a dark burgundy called Immortal Vixen.
I only used two of the colors from the set since I have to go to work today and didn’t want an eye that’s too dark. I used the lighter two shades and the illuminator shade.
For today’s nail art I decided to do one of the prompts for the Crumpet’s Nail Tarts 52 week challenge. This week’s prompt is gray+color. The second prompt is 70’s which I have not incorporated in today’s mani. Since it’s October, I decided to do another Halloween mani!! Hooray!! I started with a gradient using Mentality Pozzolana and Mentality Asphalt, both of which I originally received as a press sample.
Once that was dry, I used a number of different designs from Cici&Sisi and used Konad Red to stamp. I hope you enjoy today’s Halloween stamping nail art!
Today’s article is brought to by request of a Facebook fan! She was asking me how to tell if you’re using the right pressure when scraping the plate. Today’s article is going to answer that question! I intentionally picked a design that has a wide open area so that it’s easier to see what we’re going for. We will be focusing on this teapot design from Cici&Sisi Plate 14.
I got my Ipsy Glam Bag for October in the mail yesterday! Hooray! I love this little bag every month. If you’re going to sign up, please use my referral link by clicking here. As always, this month’s bag was well worth the measly $10 monthly fee. I’ve been a member for almost two years now and I think I’ve only been mildly disappointed once. All other times, I’m super happy! This month is a happy month.
From left to right, Epice purifying exfoliant, Nicole by OPI Feeling Very Cherry, Model Co Volume Eyes Mascara, Starlooks Lipgloss in Guilty Pleasure, and Figs and Rouge Rose Berry Hand Cream.
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