Decided to change up my foundation and powder. Fashion Fair has proven to be just a little too heavy. I opted to try Maybelline Fit Me in 360 and Ben Nye’s Translucent Powder in Chestnut. For under eye highlighting, Ben Nye’s Topaz (always lighter than your normal shade) Ben Nye is theatrical makeup, and it is suppose to withstand sweating and lots of heat from lighting. I think it looks pretty natural
Off to my son’s award ceremony! My lighting is horrible! Makes the photos look so unnatural looking, or maybe it is the flash on my cell? but anyway….. I always apply a moisturizer to my skin before priming. Just keeping it simple today.
Just a little update peeps! Hi guys, I know it’s been a while, but I haven’t been doing or trying anything new with my hair. The last thing I have done was when I did the “major” trim on it. I am still rocking the curly twist out. I will say this, my staple product (meaning, I always come back to it) Taliah Waajid Curling Cream . It’s for my hair. That’s all I can say.
The stripes were tricky, but you live and learn. The next time Lord willing, the band on the dress will be solid if paired with strips or any figures! (too dizzy) lol….My craft blog? http://www.handsewnfashionfordolls.wordpress.com
Ok, so my fam has been on this oriental kick right…..Nobody has time or funds to be making Panda Express rich, so what do I do….? You betcha! I bought a 6.00 pack of steak and cut it into strips. Let the strips marinate in teriyaki sauce in fridge. Flour the strips while oil is heating, and then fry for literally seconds… toss with some peppers, onions, and scallions. After veggies get a little cooked add your mandarin sauce.