Welcome back to the second part of my review on the products in the Sephora Favourites Superstars Kit! You guys seemed to really enjoy the first part because I got a lot of comments sharing your thoughts of the beauty products in the kit, as well as the products you’ve tried, or would like to try from this kit.
Today we’re tackling the remaining 7 products in the kit. This portion includes my new favourite liquid eyeliner (!!!) and my first time trying NARS’ famous ‘Orgasm‘ blush!
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It’s no secret that I love to decorate my room for different seasons or occasions. I’ve shared how I decorated for the holidays (twice), autumn season (again, twice), and I’ve also shared a room tour, but a new updated one is way overdue! Picking out furniture, decorations and accent pieces is something I love to do. My sister and I are planning on moving out together within 3 years, and she already knows that I want to be the interior decorator. Interior design has always interested me, and recently I’ve been trying to incorporate more color into my projects.
One of my goals for 2015 was to start scrapbooking. Actually, it’s been a goal since I was in high school, but I’ve never fully committed to it. I’ve purchased dozens of sticker sheets, washi tape rolls, stamp sets… the list goes on and on. When I realized I was running out of storage space for these embellishments, I knew it was time to put my ideas into full effect.
I take a lot of pictures with my camera and cell-phone, but a digital copy is not the same as having a physical copy in your hands. I love looking through old photo albums and seeing the pictures divided up in different sections, even though it’s kind of a disorganized mess, but that’s what I love about it. Imagine if our parents and relatives only took pictures on their phones 20+ years ago, without having any physical copies developed? There is something so nostalgic about looking through photo albums.