Sunday, 6 October 2013

Fools of Fashion Week 2013

Over the years, fashion week has gone weirder and weirder! Most things are normal but there's the odd designer that tries to do the 'Out There' look. If that's what fashion is then I'd rather look like a tramp. Even then, they would turn that into 'The Look', kind of already have.
This years Fashion Week had a lot of runway models I felt sorry for! some with masks, others with just a bare costume. Tbh, I think they should just stick to mainstream fashion instead of making a mockery of themselves as well as their models. Poor souls however, they getting moneyysss so I don't feel that bad for them!
My Top 5 Favourites:
1. "When I grow up, I want to wear a tree!"
2.  "Do you like my outfit? I bought it for an event that happened during summer in London 2011"

3. I feel sad for them too.

4. "I hate it when my hair gets in my face"


4. Her career started when she starred in the programme The Adams Family

 5. And the award for most ridiculous outfit goes to these three. 
Hope you laughed a hard as a I did when I saw these :P Live life to the fullest and remember:
The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter -
Mark Twain

MUA Palette

Most people consider MUA Makeup as just a back up or only for a rainy day. Or they don't use it cause its cheap - simple. However, I bought an MUA eye shadow palette cause I saw a few good reviews on it. One even compared it to Mac, I think it may have been a bit exaggerated there but each have their own opinions. Personally, I think that if it is even the right support then could potentially work for an everyday or occasional use. Support as in an eye primer or an over cream to stop it from creasing.
There are a variety of colours on each palette. I bought a brown palette with more safe, skin tone colours for an everyday use.

My results were that if I didn't use any sort of support then it creased ridiculously and easily came off. While on the other hand, with support (No7 Eye Primer) it didn't crease at all. Nor did it come off.. till I started to touch it a lot, then it take off on my fingers (my own dopiness)
Although, you may find it easier to get really good eye shadow used on a daily bases, it would help cost wise to check out the MUA palette and use a good primer.
 Live life to the fullest and remember:
"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first" - Mark Twain

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Green Lippy

Hellooo, my lovelies! Haven't posted in so long, feels like I'm being reunited with an old friend.
A few weeks ago, I saw a woman on the bus putting on green lipstick and it looked GOOD! But not for the reasons your thinking. This isn't one of those things where someone wears something ridonculous and easily pulls it off. Ohh Hell NO! This green lipstick, once applied turned pink. So naturally, I went out on the search for green lipstick that turned pink and funnily enough, I found it on my first go - Superdrug: £4-£5 (Can be found anywhere that sell Barry M products)


- It feels like a lip balm rather than lipstick

- Adapts to colour of lip so it wont come out same colour on everyone
- Comfortable to wear
- Long lasting
- Cost Efficient
- When first applied, looks patchy
- Takes time to appear
- Sometimes colour goes darker throughout the day
- Doesn't come off very easily which then leaves patches of colour
I guess the cons are kind of off putting but I hope the pros are encouraging! Hope you enjoyed reading, speak soon. Live life to the fullest and remember:
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world - Nelson Mandela