Friday, November 28, 2014

Hejla!


Tokrat vam predstavljam lakec P2 Get Gorgeous iz kolekcije Lost in glitter, katerega sem dobila v oceno iz spletne strani Moja drogerija

(this time the post is in Slovene only, because .. it's nail polish. Gorgeous and there's nothing more to add. Except - perfection!)


Lak je nabito poln bleščic, katere varirajo med mikro holografskimi bleščicami ter večjimi, oktagonalnimi bleščicami. Baza je foil zlata barva, katera definitivno olajša nanos.

Pričakovala sem, da se bo slabo nanašal, toda temu ni tako. Popolnoma me je presenetil, ko se je res lepo mazal. Nanesla sem dve plasti za popolno prekrivnost, toda tudi ena bi bila dovolj. 

Tudi hitrost sušenja je bila fenomenalna, nohti so bili suhi v 10 minutkah! Wow! 

Krasno se bo podal na celotno Božično vzdušje, ki nas čaka prihodnji mesec. ;) Se že veselim!


Sama sem svojo manikuro popestrila s hitrim "nail artom". 

Lak je čudovit in glede na to kako lepo se nanaša in kako hitro se posuši je vreden svoje cene - malo manj kot 4€, v trgovini Moja drogerija

This product was sent to me by the company itself or its PR. For more information please do read my Disclosure Policy. My opinion is always honest.
Izdelek mi je bil poslan v oceno od podjetja ali njihovega PR. Za več informacij si preberite tukaj. Moje mnenje je vedno iskreno. 




Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Pozdravljene drage dame,


Danes imam za vas recenzijo osvetljevalca znamke P2. V oceno so mi ga poslali iz strani Moja Drogerija, kjer imajo raznovrstno kozmetiko, ki se je sicer pri nas ne dobi.
  
Izbrala sem si odtenek osvetljevalca High Beam, kateri je nevtralne barve, tako da dobro izgleda na vsakem tenu kože.
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Hello my darlings,
Today I am posting a duolingual post, because I was offered two products for review purposes by Moja Drogerija.
I got to pick up a P2 highlighter and a nail polish (about which I will be posting in another post).




Thursday, November 20, 2014

Hi all!


Today I have a short review for you all. :)
It is about a product I picked up just because I had the chance to try it at home first (hello sister's stash, ahem). 


It is the Alverde wildrose oil. It has a scent, and quite a powerful one. If you have never had the pleasure of smelling rose oil, well this one smells exactly like that. Pleasant, but at first it may be a bit overpowering. 


Friday, November 14, 2014

Hello!


I am in the middle of changing the design/feel of the blog, so for today I have a quick post. It is about the wonderful Catrice Mission PinkPossible.

For some odd reason, I completely forgot to take pictures of the product itself. Whoops! So here's the official picture from Catrice.eu.



Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Hello!

You know that Halloween is approaching, right? That means fun makeup looks and fun fun outfits. 
Here the real "fun" starts only during February/start of March when we have a thing that is very similar to Halloween, except it lasts for a couple of days. It's called "pust". 

So for Halloween I wanted to go easy, but still wanted to show you guys an easy look that everyone can do.

You'll need:
*A black eyeliner
*A black khol pencil
*Your regular ol makeup
*Kitty ears!

It is really simple to do!

  1. Do your makeup as usual. Foundation, blush, eyebrows, eye makeup.
  2. Add eyeliner. A winged one and add some triangles on your tear duct
  3. Connect those triangles with a line to 1/3 of your eye
  4. Draw yourself a nose with black khol
  5. Add a mouth (a line from your nose to your mouth and color your upper lip black)
  6. Put your ears on ;)
  7. DONE!

It is very very easy and everyone can do it.






Add some cat-attitude and your are done ;)!


Have fun! ;)






Monday, October 27, 2014

Hello!


Last time I wrote about my Acrylics journey, and this time I wanted to show you my gel journey. 
I was afraid of LED and UV lamps for the longest time. I have no idea why, but it had to so something with them being the "unnatural" way to do your nails. Whatever is that supposed to mean.

I really wanted to see if I could use the Essence gel polishes for extensions (without tips). The first gel I used was from the discontinued glitter line (they are reformulated now, I think?). It worked great (because of the big glitter) and the nails were hard. I enjoyed wearing them a lot! 


My next try was with the French gel from Essence. It looked fabulous, but sadly it's not a builder gel so it was super soft.  I was really sad and disappointing, but it was a good learning curve.
This is when I painted them black. 


Those didn't survive past a day, because I shortened them, so I could use my hands again. 

My next test was with a builder gel. Finally I realized the difference between different gels. Builder gel is for building and has a thicker consistency, also it needs an UV lamp and not a LED lamp. I had to purchase that one too! 

I had bitten nails, and I had a manicure course starting in the next few days, so I had to have pretty nails ;). 
I extended them for a bit, until they looked normal. Not long, but not bitten either. Wearable. 


I wasn't really happy with any manicure combination I did with them :/. *sad panda*

But I did learn a lot and I am very grateful about that. 
My builder gel was from Fingr's and I must say that it is pretty expensive. About 20€ for a tiny set that comes with less than 5ml of gel. 5ml is enough for like..  twice, haha. :D Or once if your are doing long nails.




Monday, October 20, 2014

Hello!


I am still on a short hiatus, well kind of. But I totally wanted to show you how my "learning acrylics" journey went.

I was scared for many, many years of acrylics because of the strong chemicals used in the process (smelly, maybe not exactly strong).
Well I wanted to learn something new, so I bought a set off Born Pretty Store and started learning.

I watched a bunch of Youtube videos and off I went..

I have the french manicure acrylics set, which includes a translucent, a pink and a white acrylic powder.

My first try was with a bunch of false nails, because there was no way in hell, I'd let that stuff near my fingers!

But after a couple of days of testing and playing I wanted to do it on my nails. Because then I would be so much more careful and well... looking for mistakes.

Well first, it took me quite a while to do all then nails. 3 hours in total, if I am not mistaken. That's a lot. A LOT! And only about 45min for the application part. Most of the time I was buffing the nails and making them even. I am sure the pros can do it quicker because they are awesome like that. I can't (yet? I don't know if I will continue the acrylics journey, I prefer builder gel, but that's for another time).

Did it stink? Oh boy, did it stink!
First nails!


They weren't even and I had some air trapped underneath (I saw that later), which made me extremely nervous. I practically ripped them off (and some I did soak in acetone). 

A couple of days I made these. Quicker and with white powder. 



I liked them. So I added a layer of white polish and some nail art (stickers and tape). 




I had these for a month or so. I did enjoy wearing them, but the used to part took me two days. I over-buffed these puppies and felt it. 
They are also thicker than I'd like them to be. Much thicker than gel!

But overall I was happy with my learning. I may or may not continue with the learning of the way of Acrylics, but I did had a blast!

I will write next about my time learning to work with builder gel. Stay tuned!

Did you ever wear acrylics?




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