Friday, January 28, 2011

MAC Me Up.

Harass: annoy continually or chronically; "He is known to harry his staff when he is overworked"; "This man harasses his female co-workers".

I continually do harass (pictures, make up, modelling) my sister especially when I need help with the blog - not sure if I should have admitted to that just now. I feel like such a bad sister now since I just used my 8 years old sister as a model for this post on MAC blush. To be fair, I did it really quickly and used make up remover as thoroughly as I could and told her to wash her face (which I supervised as well) afterwards. I sure hope it won't affect her soft baby skin. Also, she was enjoying herself being made over. So yes, please comment on this post to not let her efforts be in vain.
Well basically I just compared my 2 blushes, one being a rosier tint and the other being a more natural tone (darker brown):

Left: No blush, Right: Blush
Can you tell the difference? I think a darker tone really defines your cheekbones when applied properly. I'm not sure if I did, but the picture on the right is the result. 
GINGERLY Sheertone Blush M.A.C

I'Left: Blush, Right: No Blush.
Not sure if it shows up really well in the picture, but this is the rosier blush. It's a shimmer brush, so I guess you could use it to highlight your cheekbones or "the apple of your cheeks". It looked great on my sister because of her fair skin... Although she won't be using any of this stuff anytime soon.

DOLLYMIX Sheertone Shimmer Blush
Not sure what the point of this post was,

"Cosmetics is a boon to every woman, but a girl's best beauty aid is still a near-sighted man."
- Yoko Ono

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