Abandoned

where the words can find you, to crawl inside you

Look #1: Silenced Siren

This look was inspired by the newly-released Urban Decay Mariposa palette, available at Sephora.com for $39.00. The one caveat, however, is that I do not own this palette! I just want it, very badly.

1. Snatch some Rockstar (deep eggplant) with a tapered liner or crease brush. Work it into your crease, as intensely as you desire.

2. Use Haight (deep, shimmering teal), starting from the corner of your eye and working it to about mid-lid.

3. Load your basic shadow brush with Skimp (shimmering ultra-light nude) and dust it from the corner of your eye, blending over the middle of your eyelid. The idea is to make a smooth transition from Haight to Skimp.

4. Now, glide on some 24/7 Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner in Siren. I layer a few strokes, to be sure to achieve a thick, dramatic line. I also continue the stoke just a few millimeters past the corner of my eye to make a slight cat eye.

5. Finish with mascara. I used the Skyscraper mascara by Urban Decay.

I happily achieved this look using Book of Shadows III and IV. You can do an awful lot with repromotes. My UD collection holds at least 6 instances of Rockstar alone, between eyeliners, my loose pigment shadow, and the regular shadow boxes. If you’re hardcore like me, nothing stops you from collecting. Merry Christmas, followers!

I swear I was born to be the most imperfect creature, so imperfect that I can only ever come to the conclusion that it is because of my imperfections that I am so unhappy.

if money can’t buy happiness, why am I still buying? I totally have a problem. I keep buying because I feel like I owe it to myself to cut loose and just buy what I want which I can twist into being something I need. I have seriously shopped till I dropped, all this week. It almost doesn’t feel good.

This is the home stretch.

Just a month or so until I go on a mini-vacation, just gotta push. A little more and I can fall asleep with my love whenever I want and make smoothies and order Topper’s and play video games. I’m clinging onto getting paid and texts and Pawn Stars until then.

There seems to be nothing in branding quite like this.

There seems to be nothing in branding quite like this.

the only OP brand item to ever fit me right. this looks especially great over my new hot watermelon VS bikini with sequins around the U-Neck.

Not necessarily my finest edit, especially around the edges of him & I but damn is it hard to get rid of harsh black shadows from the flash. I still love it.

Not necessarily my finest edit, especially around the edges of him & I but damn is it hard to get rid of harsh black shadows from the flash. I still love it.

I love Neutrogena. Plain & simple..perhaps the most excellent use of Times New Roman in branding, ever.

I love Neutrogena. Plain & simple..perhaps the most excellent use of Times New Roman in branding, ever.