Wearing shadows from Tokidoki's Cromatico Palette in Diamante
I figured since I had already written a review on the Tokidoki Cromatico palette, I should put up some pictures of the actual application as well. Like I said before, the colors are pretty light, so it was kind of hard to photograph. I wore this look out to the mall yesterday when I went shopping :)
I used "Rubino" all over lid, layered "Nancy Rocks" over it, then applied "Romeo" to the outer corners.
This one below is my favorite photo of all the ones I took haha. I really like how the lighting turned out, plus my skin looks great here lol.
And a list of all the products I used, for anyone who's interested:
-Skinfood Aloe BB Cream (Review Here)
-E.L.F. Studio Blush in Candid Coral
-Tokidoki Diamante Palette (Rubino, Nancy Rocks, Romeo) (Review Here)
-Wet n' Wild Gel Eyeliner in Black
-Shiseido Mascara Base
-L'oreal Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black (waterproof)
-Laura Mercier Brow Powder Duo in Deep Blonde
-Korres Mango Butter Lipstick in Beige (Review Here)
-Korres Cherry Oil Lip Gloss in Beige (Review Here)
Plus I got my first manicure when I was at the mall too! Can you believe it? 21 years old and I've never had a professional manicure lol. I'm attending a wedding banquet tomorrow night, so I wanted to make sure I looked good for it - from head to toe (or fingertips in this case). I chose to get acrylics with a french manicure - the whole thing cost me $33, not including the tip I gave to the lady. Is that considered expensive? I'm not even sure what a manicure is suppose to cost on average.
I like them, and they definitely look a million times better than when I paint my own nails lol. Though next time I'm gonna ask them to not file them so square at the tips. Maybe it's just me, but the square shape doesn't seem to suit my fingers too well. The lady said these should last about 2 weeks, so I'm gonna try to be careful with my hands so I get my money's worth.