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My Latest Fashion Addiction...Clutches!!!

It's been a while since I've done a fashion post. Since the Spring, I have been going clutch crazy. I just love them... a few clutches (at least 1 black and 1 white ) are a part of my top 10 wardrobe essentials. A good clutch can add that extra chic and glamour to any outfit, especially when it matches your outfit or your shoes!

They especially come in handy when you're going out, I don't like to carry big handbags and purses at night.. I find that clutches are easy to carry and surprisingly, they can carry a lot of your essentials for a night out.

I prefer the envelope style clutches, I've been collecting them from all over. Right now, I'm searching for a blue and red envelope style clutch. Here is my current collection.

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Copper Sparkle LOTD

One of the makeup trends for this winter season is metallic eyes and red lips. I voted in my poll on the top right side of my blog, that I was going to try both trends (metallic eyes and red lips). This look is starring the beautiful frost copper sparkle pigment. Since the pigment is very sparkly and has copper flecks in it, I kept the browbone and crease area very neutral and subdued. Here's the look.



-Elf brow kit in medium
-Urban Decay primer potion
-Mac Copper Sparkle pigment on lid
-Mac Texture e/s in crease
-Mac Studio Finish concealer NC45 as highlight
-L'oreal Double Extend illuminator mascara in black quartz
-Black Radiance creme liner in black
-Mac Engraved powerpoint eye pencil on top & bottom lashlines


-Black Opal Cream to Powder foundation in Heavenly Honey
-Bobbi Brown peach corrector under eyes
-Mac Gingerly blush
-Mac Blunt blush to contour


-Avon glimmersticks lip liner in red brick
-Mac Red lipstick

Will you try the metallic eye…

Adore Me Lingerie Reveal + Review

Hey, Glamour Dolls!

A few posts ago, I did a introductory post on Adore Me lingerie. I was sent a beautiful set of lingerie of my choice for consideration. If you're interested in learning more about my experience with Adore Me, keep reading!

Online Presence

As mentioned in my previous Adore Me post, when you view their website- it prompts you to create an account and then you're prompted to take a quick quiz on your style and lingerie options. I found the website efficient and easy to navigate. I loved taking the quiz, it's always fun to find out what styles you like the most.

After the quiz is taken, you're sent an email notifying you that your showroom is ready. It took maybe a few hours for me to receive this email, your showroom lists all of the possible lingerie choices that you may like, which are based on your selections from your quiz.

Lingerie Choices

This is when I really fell in love with Adore Me, when you think of lingerie-immediately bras and underwear co…

Fave 5 of 2011!

Hey, Glamour Dolls

It's that time of year, another year almost gone and a new one coming in!  I don't do a monthly "faves" posts like a lot of Bloggers, but; these are my top products that I've been loving in 2011. I did a post like this last year (read HERE) and really, not much has changed. I still use most of my top products from last year... here are some faves-old and new.


Every year I've been loving Wet n Wild palette's more and more... the pigmentation, color choices and the prices won me over! I use these palettes when I want a quick look and don't want to think about what colors to put together. They make some of the best mattes shadows. I really don't have to go in to much detail about these palettes, everyone should know how fabulous they are by now! I own 10 of their palettes. I must say one of the beauty highlights of my year was when I found the limited edition I heart Matte palette at Walgreens, you wo…

Half Baked Look of the Day

Here is a look I did yesterday using my Naked 1 palette that I won last month! This is a natural eye look, using three shadows with a pink lip (I know... I'm always doing a pink lip). I have dozens of other lipsticks, but; I keep coming back to my old faithful lip color :-)



-Elf brow kit medium
-Urban Decay primer potion
-Mac Studio Finish NC45 concealer as highlight
-Half Baked (rich gold) e/s on lid
-Darkhorse e/s on outter crease
-Mac Saddle e/s as transition color
-Black Radiance creme liner on upper lashline
-Mac Engraved powerpoint eye pencil on lower lashline
-Kiss lashes #5


-Mac Prep + Prime face
-Black Opal Truly Topaz creme stick foundation
-Mac C6 Studio Fix powder plus foundation
-Elf Berry Merry blush
-Mac Blunt blush to contour


-NYX chestnut lipliner
-Mac Viva Glam Gaga I l/s

Winner of the Wet n Wild Petal Pusher Giveaway

The winner is..... Girl Rates World. You are the winner of the Wet n Wild Petal Pusher palette, congrats!!!

I was supposed to announce the winner last Friday, my apologies... I didn't have access to a computer over the weekend.

Thanks to all that entered. I will have another giveaway very soon :-)

Burt's Bees Sensitive Skin Cleanser and Moisturizer Review

Since I'm a BzzAgent, I was sent some exclusive products from the Burt's Bees line for my consideration. I was sent the Sensitive Skin Facial Cleanser and the Sensitive Daily Moisturizing Cream.
Here's the long and short of it... the short of it, I really like both products. For the long of it and the details, keep reading!

"This soap-free cream cleanser is clinically proven to moisturize sensitive skin while gently cleansing away dirt, oil and make-up without over drying or causing redness. Distinctly formulated with softening Cotton Extract to help skin replenish its outer layer and minimize the effects of potential irritants such as harsh soaps or cleansers, it also moisturizes with Rice Extract and soothes with Aloe. Naturally gentle and skin-friendly for daily use, it’s what every sensitive product should be."
"Clinically proven to moisturize sensitive skin all day without causing redness or irritation, this nourishing day…

Mosiac Effects NOTD (Nails of the Day)

By now, I'm sure everyone is familar with the Crackle craze, there have been plenty of other dupes like Crackle including the Shatter and now, I fell in love with another dupe by Avon... it's the Mosiac Effects polish.

I bought it from my Avon rep, it was on sale for $3.99 but the regular price is $6.00 ( a few dollars cheaper than crackle). You apply it the same as Crackle, you pick a base color, let it dry and apply a coat of the mosiac top coat to your nails and then watch it transform. I love watching the designs form :-) I apply a clear top coat and then I'm done.

I get gel overlays over my own nails and I took it to the shop and let the nail technician use it and this is how it came out looking. I've used it on my toe nails, but; it doesn't come out as well, it applies really thick for some reason.

If you're looking for an inexpensive version of Crackle, the Mosiac Effects is worth a shot, the only down side is that it only comes in one color, black.