Saturday, August 8, 2015

Spotlight On: Wild Peach Palette

0 comments Links to this post
My magnetic palette by Wild Peach! :)


-End- 

Thank you for reading :">

Friday, August 7, 2015

Review: Suesh Corrector

0 comments Links to this post
Not everybody is fond of using corrector everyday. Let the foundation and concealer do the job right? But what if you got this extreme redness happening all over your face or perhaps you got that dark eye bags you have to reduce? As for me, I apply corrector during my breakout days. And yes! I'm putting a lot of makeup on my face. 

Well, if you are to grab some corrector, you might want to try Suesh's corrector. They're handy plus affordable. As far as I can remember, they are sold for a P100. To begin with, let's start with the green corrector. What is it for? The color green neutralizes red. When you are under attack by pimples and they look like volcanoes waiting to erupt, you might want to cover them especially in an occasion. It is okay of course not to wear anything at home. Just in case you have to, see how these green corrector lessen the redness. 


Suesh's corrector


I have this zit that wants to break free and be famous. What I do to lessen the look is apply the green concealer. It will not totally hide or cover it but it will surely lessen the redness.




The orange corrector, on the other hand, is use to correct dark circles. The color orange or peach is the opposite of the blue on the color wheel that is why it balances each other. 

For medium complexion, it is best to use salmon corrector or light orange-pink. The orange corrector will work best with those with darker skin tones. Hopefully, i'll be able to find a light-orange or pink corrector to suit my skin color.



Do you see the difference? I do look more awake with all the corrector in placed.


Rating: 4/5


-End- 
Thank you for reading :">


Photoshoot: The Wait

0 comments Links to this post






HMUA: JameilaB
Photography: Rj Gomez

-End- 
Thank you for reading :">

Friday, July 31, 2015

Review: Fashion 21 Foundation

0 comments Links to this post

Beauty doesn't necessarily mean vanity. Applying makeup in order to look fresh and appealing isn't mere attracting of eyes for attention. Personally, I believe it shows grace amidst the stressful environment and how well we manage ourselves despite the busy schedule. Now, there are a lot of products out there to conceal our weariness and one of them is a foundation. 

Foundation gives our face a good canvass. It holds other products we wish to apply. Similar in construction of a building, the foundation should be at its finest performance because it is the base. It holds everything above. Basically, this product should stick nicely on the face for hours and withstand heat and sweat.

There are different types of foundation. There's the powder, two-way cake, cream and liquid. There are also ones for oily and dry skin type and the coverage it provides vary from sheer to full. As full time student and part-time entrepreneur, sleepless nights is as normal as blinking. Cases like this, it’s best to use foundation that covers up the exhaustion and doesn’t make one look like she toppled over a road made of flour. 




Currently, I’m using a cake foundation. This one gives a thick coverage. Sabi nga nila, pang pageant, pak na pak. This type, gives greater coverage than liquid and holds beautifully except under extreme condition. However, it gives more breakouts than the regular foundation. I only suggest this one for special occasion, events or photo shoot.


Can you spot the difference? The left side has foundation on it.  You will notice that my eye circle has been reduced  and the result is an extremely matte finish.

How do you use cake foundation? Dampen sponge and squeeze excess water. Dip the sponge into the cake pan then pat on the skin.

In terms of oiliness, as I observed, becomes evident after three hours and it requires retouching.  However, no one wants to do the retouching every now and then. To extend the staying power of this product, one should use a primer underneath and a mattifying powder over. These products help the foundation to stay in place as long as it could with lesser and controlled oiliness.

Finding the best product that suits our skin comes with a trial and error. There’s a wide variation to choose from. There’s the liquid type of foundation that is commonly used. Conversely, given the weather and humidity, it’s best to pick up a product that protects the skin, sweat proof and natural looking. 

Do I recommend this? Again, do not use this everyday since it causes more breakouts. The product is really thick and may clog your pores especially when you're an oily type. But yes, the product gives a good canvas so one would look really smooth in the pictures. hahaha 

Rating: 3/5



-End- 

Thank you for reading :">


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Blog Update :)

0 comments Links to this post

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Photoshoot: Green

0 comments Links to this post



HMUA: JameilaB
Photography: Salve luego

-End- 
Thank you for reading :">

Saturday, August 16, 2014

FOTD: Rain Blues

2 comments Links to this post


Product Description
Revlon 24 hour stay Foundation
Fanny Serrano Concealer in Chestnut
Nichido Final Powder
Nutrimetics Palette 
Sleek Palette
Ever Bilena Lip Pencil
Ever Bilena Brow Pencil in Brown
Ever Bilena HD Eye pencil in Soft Black


-End- 
Thank you for reading :">

Monday, August 11, 2014

FOTD: A Simplified Bronze look

0 comments Links to this post




Products Used:
Maybelline BB Cream
Suesh Foundation HD08
Suesh Corrrector C206
Suesh lipstick LC348
Fanny Serrano Concealer in Chestnut
Nichido Final Powder
Sleek Storm Palette
San San Mascara Clear
Ever Bilena brow pencil in Brown


-End- 
Thank you for reading :">


 

QUEEN B ♥ Copyright © 2012 Design by Antonia Sundrani Vinte e poucos