Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great weekend. Here's a look at Dior's new Smoky Nude trio, which I used for the first time today. This was the first of the new 3 Couleurs palettes that caught my eye, mainly due to the pretty sparkly beige shade. As you can see, the colors in this palette are basic neutrals, making them perfect for quick and simple looks and everyday wear. There is a medium satin tan that makes a great crease color; a shimmery beige with the slightest tinge of pink; and a pearly white-gold for use as a base color and highlight. This palette is ideal for those times when you want your lip color to be the focal point of your look. Used alone the overall effect is very soft and understated. Today I added some more definition with a slightly winged-out brown kohl liner.
|in flash lighting|
- Too-Faced Shadow Insurance
- Dior 3 Couleurs Smoky Nude (#571)
- MAC Costa Riche Eye Kohl
- Estee Lauder Sumptuous Bold Volume Lifting Mascara 01 Black
|On nails: OPI's Meep-Meep-Meep from the Muppet collection|
Anyone remember the character Beaker from the Muppets?
Beaker is a Muppet character from The Muppet Show. He is the shy, long-suffering assistant of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, and is likewise named for a piece of laboratory equipment, although his shape more closely resembles a Graduated cylinder. During the first season of The Muppet Show, Bunsen Honeydew presented the Muppet Labs segments by himself; Beaker was added as his lab assistant from the second season on. Beaker has googly eyes, a shock of red hair, and a drawbridge mouth. He was originally puppeteered and voiced by Richard Hunt until Hunt's death in 1992, when the role was taken over primarily by Steve Whitmire. Beaker is a magnet for misfortune; his appearances typically involve him being blown up, electrocuted, eaten by large monsters, or losing body parts. Beaker communicates in a nervous, high-pitched squeak that sounds like "Mee-mee-mee mee". In books and merchandise, the sound is spelled "Meep".**Source: Wikipedia
Note: this polish looks significantly more fuchsia-toned in person. Strangely, my camera translated it into a red.
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