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The long awaited post about THE MAKEUP SHOW !

I know, I know,..... it's been forever since my last post, and I could make excuses and say " a cross country move, a breakup, another move, (not necessarily in that order)...sometimes life gets in the way".....
but truth be told, I got sooooo much loot at the makeup show that I wanted to be able to actually use it, and not just on myself, but on my clients, so that when I spoke to you about it, I'd actually have something to say.

So without further adieu, I give you ..... The Makeup Show LA Bloggger Bag

There was so much in this "goodie bag" that I almost don't know where to start.
 I have a few favorites that I could go on and on about so I'll leave those for last. I will say this, there are some things that I selfishly will keep in my own makeup bag that my pro-kit will never know about!!!

***to purchase all these products, just click on the underlined links below***

First up Model in a Bottle,@ModelinaBottle

One of my friend Stephanie's, (@newbeaut…

Eyeshadow tutorial for beginners

Just a quick video tutorial from my new Maange eyeshadow palette.
A super affordable palette with 18 highly pigmented shadows in my favorite fall/winter colors. (So if you're a ginger like me, you'll definitely want to scoop this up!)
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It's only $9.99 a perfect price point for beginners and has everything you need for a day to night look.

I started with "creamy" and applied it from lid to brow for an all over clean slateNext I applied "vampire" on the outer and inner cornerThen I applied "volcano" in the creaseI added a light dusting of "blazing" to blend the crease into the outer cornerI lined my upper lid with a black liner pencil I went over the pencil liner with "bronze" to soften the line and  continued the bronze color under my eyes to add a bit of a smokey lookThen to soften and blend everything together I took a light dusting of the "creamy" col…

The Ugly Truth About Dog Seat Covers

If I told you how many miles I've put on my car in the past 4 months you'd never believe it.  I keep teasing you with tid bits of the epic road-trip with my dog that went on for months, but that blog post has more layers than an onion. This post is just one of them.  This one is about the dog seat cover that would have made my life so much easier. Instead of piling up all my blankets and pillows (and later dealing with the smell of "doggie anxiety" which never comes out in the wash) I could have simply clipped this to the headrests of the front and back seats and had her in her own quilted, waterproof hammock! This snaps right in and out, protects my floor from pet hair and kibble, and most importantly creates a barrier between the front seat and the back preventing her from jumping in the passenger seat to give me directions. (She's such a little know-it-all when it comes to GPS)
Here's the best part, INNX gives you a lifetime warranty, so if you're u…

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