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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The Nail Challenge Collaborative Presents DOTS!!

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This week, I have a fun overlapping dot pattern to share with you. I decided to pull all the dots towards the top of that nail in a sort of french tip jumbled design.
I also used a darker green in this design and pulled out the brighter red with the gold and white. I really like the color combination with this. The darker green is a great contrast to the lighter, brighter red.
What do you think of the overlapping dots? Do you prefer a darker green or a lighter green? I am kind of in love with this design. I was going to do this for my second design, but I decided to go waaaay off the Holiday radar with the Illamsqua and Rhinestone design.
Colors Used:
Bonita- Oh La La
Maybelline- Bold Gold
JustRica- WhiteOut
American Apparel- Hunter

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Beauty Blog Coalition Weekly Round Up

  • Lola's Secret Beauty Blog: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencils are truly amazing, and Native and Rush are truly gorgeous!
  • TheFabZilla: So what made it to my Best in Beauty this year? Check out my picks: 14 in 2014!
  • Painted Ladies: Need to take your makeup from day to night in a snap? Sheila shares a few easy tips that include Violet Voss Golden Fairy Glitter.
  • Color Me So Crazy: How To: Glitzy Glam Makeup Using Q-Tips
  • Lipgloss Break: Men need beauty products too! Enter to win Neutrogena Men's Shaving Products & a Panasonic Shaver!
  • Be Happy And Buy Polish: Do you need recommendations for holiday manicures? Jessica has a round up of BBC member recommendations!
  • Never Say Die Beauty: Allison gives her impressions of Marsala, the Pantone Color of 2015
  • Monday, December 15, 2014

    Shining Gold Christmas Tree ft. KB Shimmer

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    Every year you always see those nail artists that have those awesome striped Christmas tree designs. I love doing these and since I am loving the color gold so hard this season I decided to add it to my tree.
    I was given Pine-ing for Yule as a gift and I love it so hard. I mean look at those triangle glitters!! You have to love those! They were a little difficult to get out, but they are awesome looking.
    I really love this tree this year because it is classic. I usually put decorations on it but, I decided to keep it plain with the gold wrap. I used a red star from the Pine-ing for Yule as a topper. I love the way it turned out.
    Colors Used:
    Maybelline- Bold Gold
    JustRica- Whiteout
    KB Shimmer- Pine-ing For Yule
    OMG- Emerald
    What are your favorite designs to do for the holidays? I have a couple more coming your way so stay tuned.

    Sunday, December 14, 2014

    GlamSt iOS Review

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    GlamST is an app for your iPhone that allows you to discover new makeup by choosing the styles you love and trying makeup on your photo. You can freely experiment from the comfort of your phone, try on makeup by snapping a selfie, choosing your style and seeing how makeup would really look on your face. Our goal is to make women feel comfortable with their choices and who they are daring them to experience the power of makeup and find the best-looking version of them. 

    Ok. So this is how you do it. Take a selfie. I know you all know how to do that. You just have to line it up with the outline on the screen.
    After that they will instruct you to do a couple adjustments to make sure your eyes, eyebrows and mouth line up to where they are supposed to be.
    Do a couple adjustments with your skin tone, skin type, eye color, hair color and a couple other things and then you are ready to start choosing your looks.
    You can download your own app at or check them out at
    I choose a couple different looks to show you and then ended up doing a whole look with Emma Stone.
    You can test out makeup looks from your favorite celebrity or see what you would look like with some wild glam make up. It is perfect to "swatch" your makeup without actually trying it on. This app also tells you exactly what brands they are using on each look, where to buy them and how much they are. They also give you a couple different price ranges in case you are shopping on a  budget or you are looking to splurge and treat yourself.

    Overall, I think this app is really fun to play with. It shows me different looks before I go and buy the makeup. It also shows me the hottest looks on the hottest celebrities. The app is a little glitchy and has a little bit of work to do, but I think with a lot of use and right work, it could be a really great beauty tool.

    Again, you can download your own app at or check them out at

    Saturday, December 13, 2014

    The Beauty Blogazons Weekly Roundup