Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Aloha honeys! I'm going to tell you how you can create long, curled, and volumized lashes by using three of my favorite eye products from the Shiseido make-up line. 1) I use the Shiseido eyelash curler($19), I gently sqeeze the handles together close to the root of my lashes(but not to the point where my skin is being pinched! be careful!), do both sides, so that they are evenly curled. 2) I use my Shiseido Base Mascara($23) to clear coat my lashes, this lenthens and seperates the lashes. 3) Last, I use my Shiseido Lasting Lift Mascara($22) and move the mascara wand in a zigzag motion from the roots to the tips(make sure you do both sides!), this motion is created to make sure that each lash gets coated.4) Smile with you eyes(as Tyra Banks would say), and there you have it fabulous lashes, without the need of lash glue and false lashes(don't get me wrong I still love to wear these when I go out, but this is the secret to the other way!) Mahalo for reading!
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Aloha honeys! Last week, I finally received my birthday package from two of my best friends, Tracy and Rachelle. I opened the box to find so many beauty goodies inside, I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tracy gave me three Hi-Chew pack candies, food erasers, two-faced duo eyeshadow, a Turquoise guess shirt, a peacock feather bangle, a pick floral ring, big earrings, and a cute card with two girls on the front cover only showing their feet, saying that we're sisters. Thank you so much Tracy! Rachelle got me different colors of adhesive rhinestones, the Coastal Scents 88 eye pallette, and she made me a cute collage on my card. Thank you so much Raye! I love the gifts so much ladies and I will use them for my beauty blog entries when I showcase my make-up creations, and I will use them all the time! Thanks again, I love you guys!
Aloha honeys! Last week I received my first paycheck, so I was shopping the whole week last week. And of course I had to hit up the M.A.C counter. The manager of the M.A.C counter at Nordstrom, Ala Moana, named Marc, helped me out. Thank you so much Marc! I've been dying to buy the highlight eye shadow in "Vanilla,"(light natural white shade) and the highlighter brow bone brush #239(the soft hair makes it easier to pack and highlight evenly and smoothly). I also bought the lip liner "Subculture,"(a pinkish-nude color)because I'm almost out! I also bought a paint pot called "Bare Study."(nude-gold shimmer base) And last I bought the Fix Plus spray(light mist that sets and refreshes your make-up). You can find all of these items at any M.A.C counter, M.A.C Pro store, or if theres no M.A.C nearby you can always log onto their website at http://www.maccometics.com/ .
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
ALOHA honeys! I apologize for the lack of updating frequently these past couple of months(the internet connection is so slow where I live!) Two weekends ago, I gave Kyra a make-over using all Shiseido cosmetics. I met Kyra so randomly (lol), so I was working on a Saturday and my friend Hollie came to visit. During my break, she and I walked to Walmart(which is about two blocks away) because she needed to pick up some neccessities. While we where there she ran into her friends from back home(she and her friends are all from the island Maui.) She introduced me to Kyra and Serena, whom she knew from school back in Maui. They both complimented me on my make-up and said they liked it, and I replied telling them to stop by the Shiseido counter at Nordstrom when I get back from my break and I'll give them make-overs! They were so excited and actually came through, I invited to take a seat to experience Shiseido, and so the make-over session began. As I was choosing make-up, getting my tools ready, and preparing, I started chatting with the two. Kyra lives back on Maui, but was visiting Serena, who lives in Oahu too. I asked her if she had any requests for make-up and she said she wanted a smokey purple eye, and so I started pulling the purple shades. Kyra is such a free spirit, so fun, gives off a positive vibe, and hilarious. Like most of the other Hawaiians and locals I have met, she has a multi-exotic mix. She is Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Hawaiian, and Italian. In the end, she was so happy with the results that she rocked it to the club she and Serena went to that night. She was modeling my creation for ladies night out! Thanks for letting me do your make-up Kai! Come again!