Sunday, 5 October 2014

Birthday Haul

How delayed can this post be? At least I've managed to fit writing this during a free and its finally up.
Another stressful year has past. I am growing closer and closer to responsibilities and wrinkles, which I really don't like the thought of. Here's to a year full of stress pimples and uni applications. Cheers!
Anyways, on a more positive note, I had the most wonderful day and night surrounded by friends and family that I love. 
Just a disclaimer, I am in no shape or form boasting about what I got.

Urban Decay Electric Palette, Urban Decay Pulp Fiction Palette, Urban Decay Miss Mia Wallace Revolution Lipstick, M.A.C Lip Pencil in Soar, M.A.C Pro Longwear Concealer in NC45 and M.A.C Lipstick in Twig

 Probably the most magically thing I have set my eyes on in a long time. So far I've only used it once and boy is it perfect. Obviously not the first choice for people who tend to stick with nude colours, but this is definitely up my alley. 

Be cool Hunny Bunny, its just makeup.

This on a different level of magical. The colour pay off is great, however Tyranny doesn't really show up on my skin tone. Clearly Miss Mia Wallace wasn't Sri Lankan. The brush is so convenient when recreating her look. Its such an amazing nude eyeshadow palette and I'm trying my level best not to over use it.

I had been mainly eyeing the lipstick from the Urban Decay Pulp Fiction collection, so when I was gifted with it I was over the moon. But then I tried it and I swear I went further into space than any other NASA satellite or whatever. It is amazing. You barely have to touch your lips with the bullet for the colour to pay off. The finish is glossy to the look but it feels thick rather than slippery, which I love. I will for sure be checking out more UD lipsticks.

 Another nude lipstick to the collect. Look out in the future for a post on my nude lipsticks where I'll talk more about this sweet looking' thing.

The generous saleswoman at Annayake gifted this brush set to me knowing my makeup passion. I'm assuming that these are Japanese made because of the brand and that I've never touched a brush so soft! They are lovely and convenient. 

Unfortunately, I don't have a picture of the lipliner or concealer though I love them both. 


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