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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

love love love HELLO KITTY!


WOW! This will be my first contest entry ever! haha
I'm soooo excited!

--> You just have to answer a question,
It's so easy to do, and you just have to
repost the given link.

visit her site at...
http://jolierendezvous.blogspot.com/2009/05/first-giveaway.html

here are the rules and regulations!..

details:
- you must answer her
question on this same post
- you must be a follower
- you must reblog this post & link it
- contest closes on J
une 5, 2009 midnight (plenty of time for you to join and me to make your prizes fab)

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This is my contest entry!

I definitely love HELLO KITTY!
I have been her fan for almost my whole entire life.
My favorite HK item would be my stationary set.
This set was given to me when I was about 5 years old.
I definitely kept it, some memories are meant to be kept right?

(here's a closer look)
This was given to me by my mom..
It has stickers with it too.
Isn't it cute?


oh well.. Hope I win ,haha..

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thank you for smoking...

This is my 2nd post for the day. Just wanted to share this
with you gals.


I love the easy elegance that Bobbi Brown Beauty
Team Artist S├ębastien Tardif showed last month at the launch
of Bobbi's fifth and latest literary installment, Makeup Manual.
Minimalist and feminine chic, with a hint of a decidedly
'90s aesthetic, was the look of the day.

After prepping with a base to even out skin tones,
brows were softly defined before moving on to the main
contender, the model's sultry,
ultra-sexy peepers. In quite the novel approach,
S├ębastien carefullydabbed black gel liner onto the lids with a
stubby eyeshadow brush—the whole process taking surgical
precision, with the edges deliberately not going over the eye crease
to keep it pared-down–and in what seemed like the Best Idea Ever,
topped it off with bright cobalt blue shadow from the
Bobbi Brights Palette. The result was a dark and
multi-dimensional,
yet clean and updated, take on the smoky eye, which is on-trend
with this season's painterly and futuristic flavor.

To balance out the moody eyes, the cheeks and lips were kept in
the nude-slash-warm peach territory with a powder blush and soft,
petal-colored lipstick, with finishing touches like two coats of black mascara
and black eyeliner polishing it all up. The hair, in homage to the
great grunge-glam generation, was effortlessly simple: we
welcomed back the side-swept ponytail with open arms,
as it keeps us all face forward and ready to shine for the rest of S/S '09.

Click on for tips on copping our Look We Love: Modern Smoky Eyes.

Click here to see Style Bible's guide to summer.
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tomato red pouts..


“In ancient Greece, red lip paint was largely the domain of prostitutes.”
Hmm..I’m starting to think that we shouldn’t have begun with that quote.
Actually, I take it back, since we all know that the trend traveled from the street to
the elite over time, and now the highest of the high don the trend. I, like most of you,
have been on the hunt for the perfect red lipstick for quite a while now. And I think
I finally cracked the code. I was out on a mini shopping spree with one of my besties
yesterday, and she had on the most magnificent coral/red lipstick. Upon further
investigation, I found out that the shade was by MAC, and called Lady Danger
(ooh, I’m so biting my tongue to avoid placing any puns here). I’m actually calling
the closest MAC shop to inquire if they have the shade in stock, and am going to get
a-goin’ right after posting this. Oh, and yes I’m planning on wearing it out in the
daylight. Bloody orange lips just scream brunch outing donchya think?!
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