Thursday, August 29, 2013

Make-up Collection & Storage!

 I'm a drugstore baby, and I'm not complaining.  My very favorites are Maybelline, Rimmel London, Revlon, and NYC.  They're in my price range and you can actually see them on your skin, unlike others where they don't show up at all, or they'll rub off/crease within five minutes.

Make-up collection

 My make-up collection is small.  I typically used the same exact make-up each day.  When I run out mascara I go out and buy the same exact one.  I used to be different, but recently, I just got into a mode and that is what I do. 

Drawer 1: Brushes
Drawer 2: Mascara, Concealer, and Eyeliner.
Drawer 3: Hair bobbies, ties, etc.
Drawer 4: Most used Eyeshadow
Drawer 5: All other eyeshadow
Drawer 6: Make-up and things I don’t use.

 As much as I love my drugstore brands I would love to be able to try higher brands, but unfortunately they're out of my price range at the moment.  I sit here watching make-up gurus, and I can't wait until I can finally afford what they're reviewing and what they love. 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Hair Bows, anyone?

Recently, I've gotten into DIY projects and the first one that I tried was making hair bows.  My first one was horrible, my second was nice, 3rd and 4th I hate, 5th and 6th are cute, and my 7th, 8th, and 9th, are okay.  I currently do not have a picture of my 7th, 8th, or  9th, and I will never have a picture of my first, but here is what I have.  And to be completely honest, I'm proud of them.
The brown ones are my 3rd and 4th

This one is my 6th


Tuesday, August 27, 2013

What am I going to post?

I have a few ideas of what I want to post.  Recipes that I love and hate, Current favorite make-up, perfume, and clothes, Personal entries about everything good and bad, and even Advice/Inspiration.  I might take a few extra days to start this up completely, but I really want to put my heart and soul into this blog. 

In the past two weeks, I have seen two movies in the theater and spent way too much money.  The first movie I went to see was Pacific Rim, which was AMAZING.  We went up to a different city than our usual place, and to be honest I would rather go there every time than go to where we usually go because of the quality of the place.  The movie theater I usually go to always smells like feet and burnt popcorn.  I hate it, and I always feel itchy after I'm done.  It also charges about two more dollars compared to the other place that doesn't smell like feet or burnt popcorn, and the seats recline there.  Who doesn't love that?  But, of course, the good smelling place is a 55 minute drive compared to a 30 to 45 minute drive. 

Nice Recline-y chair place Ticket cost = $9.75 (Non-Matinee)
Smells like feet place Ticket cost = $9.50 (Matinee) $12.50 (Non-Matinee)
Dinner serving Place Ticket cost = $9.75 (Non-Matinee) $7 (If you have a valid School ID.)

On the way home from Pacific Rim the sun was setting and it was BEAUTIFUL so I got out my camera and snapped a few pictures. 

This was the best one. 

The next movie I saw was Elysium.  Which was also good, but not as good as Pacific Rim.  For this movie I went to a different place that serves you a full dinner while watching the movie.  I didn't get any pictures from that car ride because it was a shorter ride than usual because I was at a friends new house, but the ride is usually an hour.

The food there is great, but expensive. It's also the only place that I can find around me that sells fried pickles, and I love me some friend pickles.  They also serve alcoholic drinks, but to me they seem very weak. 

After Elysium I went back to my friends house and stayed the night.


Hello Lovelies!

It's very obvious that this is my very first post, and as my first post I would like to introduce myself.  My name is Ann.  I'm 21 years old and I live in a small town on the East Coast.  Like many people my age, this is not my first blog, but it is my first time using this site, so please bear with me while I learn. 

I hope to do a lot of different things with this blog!