Hihi!! Friends of Hazelnutt House :)
I've been channeling my time and energy to mini projects and activities with The Tod thus I haven't had much time to update this space of mine. I've a little haul from Cherry Cultur to share as well as swatches of most the blushes (",)
I purchased two of the NYX HD Grinding Blush in English Rose and Georgia Peach. Here's some of what is shown on the sides of the box.
Top: English Rose
Bottom: Georgia Peach
Point to note, the grinding mechanism is fun, reminds me of the Elizabeth Arden Pure Finish Mineral Powder. However, with the mineral powder, I am able to swirl my face brush into the pot and pick up all the powder but with a grinding mechanism for blushes, I simply can't pick up everything unless I wanna look like a hot mess. Therefore... I believe that this will eventually become quite messy... but fun, nonetheless (",)
Left: Georgia Peach
Right: English Rose
On my cheek... I've Georgia Peach. Yes... I tested it out on only one cheek.. heheee :) Online, I read that it's difficult for this colour to show on some skintones but I am glad it showed on mine (",) I likey!
Next up, I have English Rose on. It's a bright pop of pink which could turn scary is one gets too trigger happy with it. Lightly dusted on, it looks sweeeet!!!
Here's Milani's baked blush in Luminoso.
No cheek swatch for Luminoso. It's the last shade from the left (",) after English Rose.
Next up, I have Milani Multi-tasker Face Powder in Light Medium. I
Isn't the floral detail lovely? Makes it hard for me to dip,. my brush into the pan. I"ve to emphasize that the texture is simply divine... it is one of the smoothest powder that I've used.
Lastly, NYX HD Photogenic Concealer in Beige (",) It goes well with my NC 20-25 skintone (",)
Thanks for lookin' ladies... some new toys for me to play with :) Can't wait! New makeup always makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside and all ready to dress up for work or play (",)