Monday, December 05, 2011


 another round of clothes swapping with jana!!
finally i got to borrow her arrowhead dress from ruche! it's a little longer than i would generally go for in a dress since i don't have the longest legs on the blog but the pattern simply makes up for it! i just love it!
and of course i had to try and match my eye shadow to the dress incorporating some browns and navy blue.  i used all shadows from my Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Collection from the neutral side i started (from inner corner out) with vanilla (shimmery white gold) then midnight 15 (oyster pearl with silver glitter) and midnight rodeo (medium metallic brown with silver and gold glitter) finishing off with ace (dark gunmetal shimmer) on the outer corner to smoke it out a bit.  lined my upper and lower lashes with black out (darkest, most saturated black).  i'm seriously having way too much fun with smoking my eyes lately!

(on the phone w/ my mama)

AND! did ya see that Urban Decay released the new palette NAKED2?? I don't even own naked 1 yet (but i ordered it!) but naked 2 looks pretty fun too....i may or may not have put my name down on a waiting list.....what? i like shadows....and i looooove neutrals....i think i can do some pretty sweet 'smoked' looks with that palette that will be great for the office!

yes, i realize that is just way too much excitement to have posted about eyeshadow....

xo my lovelies!



jana said...

i heart swappies. lovin my haul :) i'm so excited over the naked palette too... cant wait for it to arrive! lots of super light shades for me to sport! haha

Anonymous said...

You could have them... I dont wear them very often cause they turn my socks dark.. I cant figure out why, I've cleaned them out soooo many times (haha, probably now you're like ewwwwww, your shoes are disgusting, I dont want them anymore. Goodbye)
Haha... and sadly they're not that comfortable either. Someone who was in the army gave them to me. But they DO look cute with dresses dont they.

I've never done swappies before. It sounds like a lot of fun