This shirt was the inspiration for the eyeshadow.

Primer- Urban Decay Primer Potion
Inner Lid- Urban Decay Eye Shadow Gunmetal
Outer Lid- Inglot Eye Shadow 491 (purple)
Crease- Inglot Eye Shadow 465 (brown)
Deep Crease- Urban Decay Eye Shadow Creep
Brow Bone - Urban Decay Eye Shadow Naked
Inner Lower Lash Line- Inglot Eye Shadow 41 (green)
Outer Lower Lash Line- Inglot Eye Shadow 32 (teal)
Eyeliner- MAC Penultimate Liner in Rapid Black
Waterline- MAC Chromagraphic Pencil in NC15/NW20

MAC Powder Blush in Merla
MAC Mineralize Blush in Dainty

Pic above: On lips Urban Decay Pocket Rocket Shade (Ombre): Doug 
sounds dirty! lol

Above: Urban Decay Pocket Rocket in Doug...ummm no comment lol

That's it! Till then...let me see how you Make It Rain! :)

Belle of the Ball March 26, 2011

I was all but confident in high school.  I never wore makeup nor did I care for it. But to have a mentor or have someone show you basics on how to be confident in yourself...well..that's what its all about! The Belle of the Ball was an event for teens not having that confidence like I did or able to afford to go to Prom.

Being treated like a princess is every girls dream and the Belle of the Ball was dedicated to put a smile on every girls face. Prom dresses, shoes and even jewelry was donated to ensure each girl got what they were looking for. Thanks to my friend Esther (Follow her on Twitter and subscribe on YouTube!) from Classic Glamour Dolls, I was one of the 75 makeup artists that volunteered their time to help these girls with basic techniques on how to apply makeup, facial cleansing and hairstyling tips to help boost up their confidence. I'm glad to have been part of it this year and will continue to participate in this glamorous event for years to come!

Below are a few of the pics I took with the girls, prepping them up for their Ball! :)

Lovin all the smiles!!