Sunday, August 29, 2010

My Take On Pin Up Look Make Up

It seems like every beauty bloggers and vloggers have their own pin up make look. I figured I'll make one myself too.

Basically, I'm playing with neutral colors for my eyes. And add heavy, winged eyeliner. And of course, it'll never be a pin up look without that bright lips as the center of the attention.

Be sure to check out the tutorial.

Products used.
On eyes.
Revlon Colorstay Concealer
Stila e/s "Kitten"
Urban Decay e/s "Baked"
Urban Decay e/s "Twice Baked"
MAC e/s "Brule"
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil "Zero"
MUFE Aqua Eyes 23L
Maybelline Volum' Express Mascara
Lancome Liner Design "Noir Sensuel"
Revlon Eyebrow Pencil "Dark Brown"

On cheeks.
MAC Mineralized Blush "Cheek and Cheerful"

On Lips
CK Lips Definition "Honest"
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipgloss "Cherries In The Glow"
NYX Lips "Snow White"

And.. a little bit about me and my life. Life's been pretty hectic for the last couple weeks lately. As you guys probably knew already, I'm studying medical as an co-assistant in the hospital. And last month, I was in the anesthetic cycle, which means, I had to spend every single day for 5 weeks in the surgery room, studying about anesthetic. I was too tired every day. Like, everytime I went home, the only thing I'd want to do is sleep. But, as hectic as it was, I had really great 5 weeks. Altogether with my friends. It was super fun and I found that I actually enjoy spending my days in the surgery room. Weird, huh?

What I do every day, first thing in the morning.
Preparing the premedication drugs.

The Anesthetic Machine
I suppose to put my mask on. EVERYTIME. Where is that, by the way?!

Anyway, now that anesthetic cycle is over. I'm currently in obstetric & gynecology cycle. Since this is one of the major cycles (there are 5 major cycles/ specialties in medical discipline and they are ob/gyn, pediatric, general surgery, internal medicine and family practice) , that means I'll be spending 10 weeks in this cycle, and next Monday would be my third week in this cycle.

I just realized that I don't share that many stories about my life and my school. I just don't wanna bore you with all the stories. But I think it's nice that once in a while you get to know the person behind all those foundations and powders. Well, I hope I could update this blog as often as I could. After all, this is my sweet escape.

PS. In case you're wondering: No, I don't wear make up to the hospital.