Sleek I-Divine Palette in Chaos, Storm and Jewels Reviews

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!

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!

I’m featured in Vancouver’s Ming Pao Saturday Magazine!

As requested, here is my spread in Vancouver’s Ming Pao Saturday magazine on 12/20/08. A *big* thank you to all those who picked up a copy. Hope you guys liked it =)

The winner of the Sleek I-Divine palette giveaway goes to

Indian Girl! Congratulations! I will get in touch with you shortly.

Thank you everyone else for taking part in this. I will be doing more giveaways in the future so you can always try your luck next time =)

MAC Dame Edna Collection Makeup Looks

Despite the non-appealing products, this collection does have some interesting looks.

Coral Polyp

Start off by grooming brows with Clear Brow Set. Highlight browbone with Wisteria in Wisteria Eye Trio with a 224 Brush. Gently pat Luna Cream Colour Base on the eyelid using a 231 Brush, followed with Fineshine in Wisteria Eye Trio on the centre of the eyelid and Climate Blue in Royal Tour Eye Trio on the inner and outer portions using a 224 Brush. Line the upper lashline with Divine Night in Wisteria Eye Trio with a 219 Brush, and the lower with Climate Blue and Dame’s Desire in Royal Tour Eye Trio. Finish by coating the lashes with Black X Mascara X.

Colour cheeks by applying What a Dame! High-Light Powder using a 168 Brush.

Line the outer edges of lips with Cherry Lip Pencil. Fill in with Kanga-Rouge and Coral Polyp Lipsticks using a 311 Brush. Finish off look with Possum Nose Pink Lipglass.

MAC Dame Edna Collection Reviews

No offense but how MAC can come up with this collection is totally beyond my comprehension! The colors are boring and the plastic lavender packaging with holographic stars and glittery red glasses is just tacky. I am so glad this is limited edition!*shudders*