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REVIEW: Grav3yardgirl Swamp Queen Palette by Tarte 

Hello, everyone! I shall be doing a review over this beautiful yet simple palette by Tarte Cosmetics. It was part of a limited edition collaboration collection with one of my all time favorite youtubers, Bunny Meyer or Grav3yardgirl. I purchased this a while back when it first launched on Ulta’s site. Although I’m sure the limited edition lippies from this collection are absolutely gone, there are still palettes available for purchase if you’re interested!  Fair warning, this is going to be a pretty long and picture heavy review! <3

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⚡️NEW⚡️ From Tarte Cosemtics! The Color Vibes Amazonian Clay Eye Shadow Palette!

•16 Eyeshadow Shades

•4 Liner Shades

Limited Edition

$46

Available NOW online at Tarte Cosmetics!

anonymous asked:

Do you have any books that are written wonderfully or really well? Or maybe you can rec some of your favourite books? Sorry if i'm bothering you

i’m working on a recs list! but off the top of my head here are some of my all time fav books i go back to time and time again: 

classics
lolita by nabokov 
the great gatsby by fizgerald 
the portrait of dorian gray by oscar wilde 

modern/contemporary
the book thief by mark zusack
dreams and shadows/the queen of dark things by robert c. cargill 
daughter of smoke and bone series by laini taylor 
gone girl, sharp objects, dark places by gillian flynn 
the goldfinch by donna tart 

short story collections/essay collections
trigger warning by neil gaiman
no love lost by alice munro 
me talk pretty one day by david sedaris 
consider the lobster by david foster wallace 

nonfiction
physics of the impossible by michio kaku 
eats, shoots, and leaves by lynne truss 
the elements of style by william shrunk jr. 

poetry
memories by lang leav 
the anatomy of being by shinji moon 
the raven and other poems by edgar allen poe
i wrote this for you by pleasefindthis 

i hope you find this list helpful! and it’s not all shit youv’e read before LMFAOOOO 

Sorry dictionary, but the term “baking” has a new definition. What we normally associate with sticking a combination of eggs, sugar, and flour in the oven has now become a new beauty trend fresh off Instagram. While it originated as a theater technique to flatter complexions under hot spotlights, it was later adopted by the drag set to create a feminine face shape and make concealer last longer where it matters most. Now, baking is finally getting the attention it deserves, all thanks to celebrity makeup artists and selfie queens singing its praises. We’ve created a step-by-step tutorial that makes baking a piece of cake—plus a visual guide courtesy of Huda Kattan of Huda Beauty. But first, it’s important to see whether baking is right for you. The overall result gives a full-coverage, matte finish—so if you’re a dewy loyalist, you might want to steer clear of the bakery. Normally, the technique is better suited for a photo studio than the street, but our guide is perfect for an everyday baked look that’s totally wearable. Let’s get started! JESSICA VELEZ

STEP ONE: With your foundation and contouring already completed, apply a concealer with a sheer-to-medium level of coverage to your Triangle of Light (a V-shaped area created from the inner corner of your eye to your nostril, and from your nostril to the other corner of your eye). tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof 12-Hour Concealer and Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage are great options because they’re both emollient. Then, blend the concealer using a beautyblender.

STEP TWO: Apply a loose setting powder—NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder would be perfect—to the same area you applied the concealer using a fluffy brush such as the SEPHORA COLLECTION hakuho-do + Sephora PRO Large Teardrop Pointed Powder Brush (Otsubu), and let it sit on your skin for one to three minutes. While the shade of NARS’s powder is nearly universal, deeper skin tones could switch it up with a banana-hued powder, while fairer skin tones would benefit from a powder with pink or peach undertones. For medium skin tones, stick with a translucent powder.

STEP THREE: Using the same brush as in STEP TWO, dust away the remaining setting powder that wasn’t absorbed into the skin using a light, flicking motion. OPTIONAL: for more coverage, first dip your brush into a medium-to-full coverage complexion powder, such as Kat Von D Lock-It Powder Foundation, and then dust off the setting powder with the dipped brush. This creates an exchange and buildup of product.

STEP FOUR: Finish with a setting spray, like Urban Decay All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray.

NOTE: To remove this buildup of product at the end of the day, we recommend a two-step cleansing routine. First, start with an oil or a balm. boscia Makeup-Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil and Clinique’s Take The Day Off Balm work wonders. Then, follow up with your favorite everyday cleanser.

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NARS / Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder
$36.00

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SEPHORA COLLECTION / Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer
$14.00

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Laura Mercier / Translucent Loose Setting Powder
$37.00

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beautyblender / the original beautyblender®
$20.00

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SEPHORA COLLECTION / Bright Set Loose Finishing Powder
$16.00

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NARS / Radiant Creamy Concealer
$29.00

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MAKE UP FOR EVER / Mist & Fix
$30.00

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tarte / Maracuja Creaseless Concealer
$25.00

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Urban Decay / All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray
$30.00

Small Fry - Tony Stark x Short!Reader

Originally posted by iwantcupcakes

(i love this gif so much awww look at this smol child who is also 38 years older than me)

A/N: It’s here. Yay. Just as a heads up, in a week, I’m going on a little five day vacation for my birthday, so I’ll be out of commission, hopefully I can get some stuff ready to post when I’m out. The same thing goes for the 23-28, I’ll be in Brooklyn (smol smol steve’s home town) and doing cool things there. That’s all I have to blabber about today.

Request: (requested by @avengers269) Can you do a Tony stark x reader where the reader is short so tony tease her alot to point when she cries then a fluff ending (pssst…these are my prompt lists: 1 , 2 )

Warnings: A handful of teasing (not in a sexual way…pervs…), crying(? is that really a warning)

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SEPHORA PRO ARTIST PICKS: POST-GRADUATION BEAUTY

Crossing the stage soon? Sephora PRO artist Chris Sams selects his favorite picks to graduate your beauty bag.

THE PRO

How would you describe your personal beauty style?

“I describe my personal beauty style as ‘Modern Dapper Dandy.’ I’m obsessed with vintage everything and always try to incorporate some element from bygone eras into my style. To keep my look fun and fresh, I love to experiment with color in my hair and makeup. Whether it’s lavender locks, a bold blue liner, or both, I always want to present myself in a way that feels unique…and maybe even a little rebellious.”

What was your beauty style like as an adolescent, and how did you elevate it into adulthood?

“It was all over the place. Like most people, I was trying to figure out who I was and where I fit into the world at that age. I very much felt like an outsider in my small southern town and my style reflected that. Crazy ever-changing colorful hair, poorly applied liquid liner, and baggy skater threads were my signatures, until sophomore year of high school, when I boldly declared to my mom that my new style would be blazers and bow ties. The more comfortable I became in my own skin as an adult, the more I solidified my aesthetic. You’ll still find me in blazers and bow ties. But now, the liquid liner is the bee’s knees!”

What inspired you to become a makeup artist?

“I have always been an artist. I studied drawing, painting, and sculpture all through school. My focus was always portraiture. I will forever have a fascination with the human form. I was inspired to choose makeup as my medium when a friend asked me to paint her face for a formal. I had no idea what I was doing, really, but the way she lit up when I was finished really touched me. From then on I have been obsessed with the transformational aspect of makeup.”

THE PICKS

Urban Decay Naked Skin One & Done Hybrid Complexion Perfector

“Let’s start with the skin! The hydrating formula blurs imperfections and evens out the skintone with a natural finish, and can be applied quickly with a beautyblender, brush, or fingers. The formula also contains peptides and vitamins to give long-lasting results as well as instant gratification. The shade range is great for all skintones, and it’s perfect for grads because it’s so simple, fast, and effective!”

tarte Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Eyeshadow Palette 

“For eyes, I have a couple of must-haves, and they’re both from tarte. The Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Eyeshadow Palette has 12 matte shadows, which can be used on the lids, on the crease, or even as liner. Matte shadows give a softer, more natural-looking finish to the eyes, and these work for any look—from the interview to your first fancy dinner meeting. It’s perfect for any grad because it is truly an investment that will last for years to come.”

tarte Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara 

“No eye look is complete without mascara, which brings me to my other must-have from tarte. The new Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara is one of the blackest mascaras I have ever used. The wand is also amazing. Its uniquely molded bristles are designed to grab every eyelash and deposit just the right about of pigment to create maximum impact with minimal effort. Any time-saver helps me tremendously on set or backstage, and that’s exactly what the grad clients I have worked with look for too.”

SEPHORA COLLECTION Rouge Balm SPF 20

“This is the perfect product to enhance your pout while providing hydration and protection. The new gel formula is really comfortable on the lips and easy to apply. Swipe on for full color payoff with a satin finish or tap on and pat with a finger for a sheer wash. The best work-appropriate shades are Enchanting Blush 03 and Bashful Beige 07, because they both bring out the most of your natural lip tone.”

NEST Citrine Eau de Parfum

“Your sense of scent is strongly tied to memory, so you’ll want a special fragrance to mark this exciting time in your life. You could even treat yourself to one as a reward for your first job offer. Citrine by NEST is a beautiful bright, fresh perfume that just smells happy. With notes of lotus flower, lemon blossom, and precious woods, I find this well-balanced fragrance to be perfect for everyone. Since it launched, I have been layering it on top of my typically deeper, more masculine colognes to create a fresh new summer scent that is totally unique to me.”

THE GRAD TIPS

What’s a sophisticated look for a job interview or an important business meeting, and how do you create it?

“When it comes to makeup looks for a job interview, less is more! Focus on defining and enhancing your features in the most natural way possible. With that said, start with the skin. Create an even, clean base using your favorite foundation or tinted moisturizer, applying it only where coverage is necessary. If there are any spots or breakouts, correct by layering on a concealer with a small, precise brush and tapping out the edges with a beautyblender or finger. This is also when you want to conceal any darkness under the eyes. Set everything in place with light layer of powder using a loose, fluffy powder brush (SEPHORA COLLECTION Pro Precision Powder Brush #59 is my favorite) using a press-and-roll motion.

“Now it’s time for eyes! Apply an eyeshadow primer all over the lids and along the bottom lash line with your ring finger. This will create a smooth, even canvas for your eyeshadows. Sweep a matte neutral shadow that’s similar to, or slightly lighter than, your skin tone all over the lid from lash line to browbone. This will neutralize any discoloration on the eye area and ensure a smooth, even blend with the rest of your shadows. Next, sweep a medium matte shadow two to three shades deeper than your skintone through the crease and along the bottom lash line to enhance your eye shape. Make sure that the shadow is blended and seamless. No harsh lines! To define the lash line, apply a deep brown or black matte shadow right into the roots of the lashes. Tap the edges of the dark shadow to soften. Finish the eyes with one to two coats of mascara.

"Add a little life back into the skin with a neutral blush applied to the apples of the cheeks and blend back and upward along the cheekbone to lift. Pro tip: Once your blush is applied, go back over it using the tool you used for your foundation with a gentle patting motion. This will not only seamlessly blend the blush, it will actually make it look like it’s coming from under the skin instead of sitting on top.

"Pop a satin lipstick or tinted balm in a color similar to your natural lip tone all over the lip. The lips should be perfected and plump without being distracting. Avoid goopy, pigmented glosses that have a tendency to migrate, since you will be doing a lot of talking in your interview. You don’t want to have to worry about touch-ups.

"To finish the look, spritz yourself with a setting spray to lock in all of your hard work. This will also help remove any powdery texture that may still be sitting on top of the skin.”

How do you incorporate fun colors and trends in your look in a professional setting?

“A pop of colorful liner is a perfect way to add some fun color to a look for a professional setting. Blue liner is universally flattering, so opt for a navy, cobalt, or indigo instead of black. SEPHORA COLLECTION Contour Eye 12hr Wear Waterproof pencil in Surfer Babe is one of my favorites. Fun fact: blue liner makes the whites of your eyes appear whiter and more awake!”

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They’re like candles but you don’t light them, you just heat them up with a wax warmer like this;


Some wax warmers have a tiny candle inside, but others are electric so you don’t need to worry about any kind of open flame. then you just let the wax in the tray resolidify and store it for future use. you can also put some water with a few drops of perfume oil in the tray and use that instead of wax (best believe I’ll be trying that out with my BPAL collection)

Wax tarts and warmers are really easy to find at any place that sells houseware stuff (Walgreens, Bed bath and beyond, that kind of thing) but they aren’t hard to make so there are all sorts of indie shops that sell all sorts of crazy wax tarts that smell like things other than the “vanilla, lavender, and fresh laundry” smells you get at Target. FictitiousFragrances is one of note, with a bunch of fandom-inspired wax tarts for sale;