The Eye Makeup I Use

After going on a search recently for eyeshadow, I have finally found one I really love.  I wanted to share that today with you as well as some other good eye makeup products I have been wearing for years.

Loreal Nude Intense Eyeshadow Palette

Loreal Intense Nude Palette Eyeshadow

Maybelline Great Lash Mascara / Almay Intense i-Color Eyeliner / Eyelash Curler

Beauty Details
L’Oréal Paris La Palette Nude 2 / Maybelline Great Lash Mascara / Almay Eyeliner Pencil

I love the L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche La Palette Nude 2 eyeshadow.  It is made up of shades of brown and purple which complement my eye color.  The color also staying power and doesn’t start to crease as soon as some others I’ve tried have.  There are more than enough colors to combine different ways for different looks.  I had always covered my eyelid in a medium shade, put a light shade across the brow bone, and lined the crease of my eye with a dark shade.  After looking up ways to apply eyeshadow, that has changed.  I now apply a lighter shade across my brow bone and on the inner half of my eyelid.  I put a darker shade on the outer half of my eyelid and apply a darker shade lining just above the crease of my eyelid.  I apply and blend the eye color with a brush.  This has really opened up my eyes and made them look bigger.  L’Oréal also has Colour Riche La Palette Nude 1 which is more of a classic nude palette.

I line my eyes with Almay Intense I-Color Eyeliner.  My eyes are sensitive like my skin, and this eyeliner is very gentle to my eyes.  I wear the Raisin Quartz color and the Purple Amethyst color.

The mascara I have used for years and always seem to come back to after tying something new is Maybelline Great Lash Mascara in Blackest Black or Very Black.  It is one of the best at leaving no clumps on your lashes.  I gently curl my lashes with this Revlon Eyelash Curler to get a wide-eyed effect.

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Please continue reading as I share about my faith in today’s devotional!

Being Happy With Who I Am

For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.  I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know full well.  Psalm 139:13-14

I have talked once before in this post about body image.  I want to talk about it again, because I want to just encourage any of you reading this today who may be struggling with it.  As you can tell from my blog, I enjoy dressing in pretty outfits and wearing makeup.  I think that it is okay as women to enjoy these things.  Along with that, I think it is important to take care of ourselves and try to put our best foot forward.  Yet, it is important to have a good balance and not depend on these things to try to be something we are not.  These things are not what makes us beautiful.  You and I are beautiful inside and out because God created us.  We need to be more confident about who we are and how God made us!

As this scripture says, God’s works are wonderful.  That includes you and me right here, right now just as we are.  God designed us in our mothers’ wombs.  One of the hardest things I have to stop myself from doing is comparing myself to someone else.  I try to compare how I look and who I am to other women.  I have to remember he designed me on the inside and the outside with great precision and detail.  Be happy with who you are.  Be happy with every little detail of how you look.  Be happy with the gifts, talents, and abilities he gave you.  There is no one else like you on this earth.  I encourage each of you today to celebrate your uniqueness.


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  1. I found your blog today and what a blessing. I love the fashion, but your daily devotions are just what I needed. I’ve already read many of them and look forward to following you in the future.

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