Monday, November 24, 2014

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Hello lovelies and Happy Monday! :D

I am back with another makeup look and I hope you enjoy this one. I usually post all the pictures on Instagram and then explain how I got the look and the products here on the blog. Sometimes I will make a video and post it on my YouTube Channel. If you guys are interested in a video tutorial on any of the looks I do, let me know!

My main focus for this look was November's IPSY bag. I recently posted what I got on Instagram. I'll be trying out the products and do a review for you guys on my next post. I wanted to go neutral on the eyes since the lip color is bright. 

Base: MAC paint pot in painterly. Apply this to the entire lid to help eyeshadows last all day long. This will also help bring out the pigment in the shadows.

Shadows: Lorac Pro Palette #1. Apply Cream for the brow bone area all the way down to the crease. For the crease I used Taupe with a blending brush. I am using a MAC 217 brush. Then I added Gold on the lid area below the crease and lightly diffused Sable on the outer-V area.

Eyeliner: Use You're So Fine glitter eyeliner to create the winged eyeliner. A great way to get the wing is to start with your eye opened. Once you have the shape you want you can then close your eyelid and fill-in the wing.

Lashes: Apply your favorite eyelashes to make those eyes pop. I am using RED Cherry Lashes in # 82 And DUO dark tint lash glue.

Face: I am using Revlon Colorstay foundation all over the face and my tried and true concealers: MAC Prolongwear concealer in NW 30 and Nards Radiant Creamy Concealer in Custard.

Apply a matte bronzer on the hollows of the cheeks, forehead, nose and jaw to contour.

For blush I went with a rosy color from my Tarte Unzipped palette. A rosy tone will match the lip color better.

Highlighter: I am using the beautiful liquid highlighter I received in my Ipsy bag for November by Temptu. This pinkish shade looks beautiful on the upper cheek area and gives you a natural glow.

Lips: I lined my lips with a crown lip brush and J. Cat's Wonder Lip Paint I received in my Ipsy Bag.

To finish the look, spray a setting spray so that your makeup lasts longer. I am using  to get this effect Rouge Underground makeup sealant for this step. This also came in my Ipsy Bag.

I really hope you guys enjoy this look. Be sure to let me know what you'd like to see and find me on Instagram on @littlemissnati.


Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hi Guys!

Each time I see that cute pink bag in my mailbox I remember It's that time of the month!...The Ipsy Bag is here!...with tons of great products to try out. There are always products that I love and some that are aighhhh you know... lol.

For those of you new to the IPSY Bag boat, it is a monthly subscription of $10. You pay $10 usually the 1st of the month and around the 15th Ipsy sends you beauty products. You take a test on their website selecting your style and the kinds of things you like, and this helps them figure out what to send you. It is so worth it! And perfect if you are out on the market for new products but want to try out the product before splurging.

For November #GirlMeetsGlitter I got:
  • Silver glitter bag
  • A picture
  • You're So Fine eyeliner
  • J. Cat Wonder Lip Paint
  • Temptu Highlighter
  • Rouge Underground setting spray
  • Marc Anthony Morocco hair spray

The Review


I really enjoyed the applicator in this eyeliner. It is so thin and perfect to create that "winged-eyeliner". I love that! Something that would have made this product better is the glitta. The glitter would sometimes get in my eye. No glitter would have been better. This eyeliner claims to be waterproof which it definitely is! It did not smudge at all!


This is a great lip stain. I would definitely wear this and the formula is great and long lasting. The color just didn't suit me much. The color had some pearl tones to it. These are dupes for the OCC Lip Tars!


So this is a liquid highlighter and I am obsessed! This is perfect to mix with your foundation or to use alone for that natural glow. It is the perfect shade: not too white and a bit pinky- Definitely a product I would re-purchase.


This isn't my favorite setting spray when applying. It squirts out a bit too harshl instead of a mist. Other than that, I would say it did help maintain my makeup longer than usual.


Very great product! It leaves your hair soft and still holds a curl. It also has a really good smell! You can smell this from the other end of the house!Sulfate free is always a plus. I really liked this hairspray and it is easy to find: I found it the other day at Walmart. So far I have to say that this hairspray and L'oreal Elnett Satin are my fave hairsprays.

I really hope you guys liked this review and found it helpful. Let me know what you got on your IPSY bag and any looks you've recreated! Stay tuned for my November IPSY makeup recreation.


Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Hello my gorgeous followers!

I am so excited to blog about this cute wall that is now decorating my beauty/makeup room. You can also use this idea for Holiday Decor, Weddings, or anything you'd like! It is seriously so simple and fun to make. This is definitely something that is a bit time consuming, but the results are so worth it.

Let me know if you would like a detailed tutorial on this. I am happy to make it for you! Here are the results and how I made it:

Products you will need:
  • White butcher paper
  • Scissors
  • Staples
  • Tape
  • Gold and silver spray paint
  • Gold and silver glitter
(I purchased the large roll of butcher paper from Sam's Club and everything else from Walmart).

  1. Cut 3 different sizes of the same shape for the petals (you can choose the shape you want your flower to be).
  2. I like to staple all the petals together, forming a large, medium, and small flower. I then tape the medium flower on top of the large flower, and the small flower on top of the medium flower.
  3. Once your flower is ready you can cut out designs for the center. Finish off your flowers by spray painting them any color you want! I chose gold and silver for mine.
  4. As an optional step, you can sprinkle some glitter while the paint is still wet. Voila, you're all done:)