Completely Cosmetics Part 3 (Eyeshadows)


Eyeshadows are used to highlight the eyes. They can be available as powders, creams, liquids that make you SHINE!!!!! A line of eyeshadow is softer and easier to blend than a pencil.  Liquids and creams contain more preservatives like salt, brine, vinegar which can cause a negative reaction. It is best to use POWDER shadows,Continue reading “Completely Cosmetics Part 3 (Eyeshadows)”

Completely Cosmetics (Part 2) Lipsticks


Lipsticks add a sheer touch by setting the tone and adding colour to the face. What colour you wear is vital and is key, for when you are either out shopping or dining out at a restaurant. You can choose so many different types of lipsticks, from L’Oreal, to Revlon, Mary Kay, Chanel, MAC, Sephora,Continue reading “Completely Cosmetics (Part 2) Lipsticks”

Completely Cosmetics (Part 1) Finding the right foundation


When choosing a foundation you need to take into consideration your skin type and shades available. The colour you choose is VERY important. ALWAYS make sure that you test the foundation in natural light. When in a store or pharmacy the bright lights may not show the colour right.   If you have oily skin,Continue reading “Completely Cosmetics (Part 1) Finding the right foundation”

Completely Cosmetics (Introduction)


Australian consumers spend well over $20 million a year on cosmetics. Studies show that physical appearance plays an important part in our social interactions, interpersonal relations and job success. Traditionally, cosmetics were used simply to beautify or decorate the skin. Cosmetic counters are now stocked high with potions and creams that will rejuvenate our skin,Continue reading “Completely Cosmetics (Introduction)”

Music for the soul (lovely thoughts)


Because its the weekend, and I didn’t have anything new planned to write about, I thought I would do something a little different! I have just finished watching the Bulldogs beat the Sydney Swans in the Grand Final, and I am stoked! As The Bulldogs trained near where I lived in Footscray, so it wasContinue reading “Music for the soul (lovely thoughts)”

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