Spring is the best time to whip out those bright colors that were kept hidden in the drawers after the long cold winter and turquoise is my all-time favorite. While turquoise looks best against darker skin tones and makes brown eyes pop, it will look good on lighter eyes and paler skin as well. Just make sure you pick one that has a metallic or satiny finish. Matte turquoise can look dated.


Since you ladies loved the Sleek I-Divine Palette in Original that I raved about, here are more Sleek I-Divine Palettes for you =) I will be giving away one free Sleek I-Divine Palette in Chaos shortly so remember to check back for details on the giveaway!

Chaos
Although I have always been a shimmery/metallic eyeshadow kind of girl, I really like this palette. It contains twelve bright, matte eyeshadows in both warm and cool shades that will work on light and dark skin tones. Pigmentation-wise, some colors tend to be better than the rest but they all showed up decently on my NC30 skin. All in all, it is a cute palette with some nice colors and if you are looking to try out mattes, definitely check it out!


Adding a bit of glitter onto your eyes can instantly glam up any look and as promised, here are a few ways you can wear glitter on the eye area:

1. On The Eyelid
To use loose glitter as an eyeshadow, you will first need to apply a cream eyeshadow as a base so the glitter has something to stick onto. Next, wet an eyeshadow brush with MAC Water Base Mixing Medium and dip into the glitter. Press or pat the glitter onto your eyelid until you have achieved the look you want. Never try to blend or the glitter will fall off. Finish with liner and mascara. Clean up any fallouts with a fan brush or scotch tape.


With Christmas nearing and a schedule crammed with parties and celebration, I am sure most of you are probably wondering what makeup to wear with your party outfits.

If you ask me, glitter is definitely the way to go. Why? ‘Cos glitter = instant glamor. You can wear it on the eyes, on the cheeks and even on the lips. The key is to focus on one feature and play it up. Glitter all over is simply an overkill.

Below is a FOTD of me wearing glitter on my eyes. I will also cover the different ways you can use glitter to play up your eyes shortly.