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May Day FOTD

Something I haven't done in a very long time is sit and play with my makeup. If you look through my old Bebo & MySpace albums you'll see an embarrassing amount of "selfies" taken during my university insomniac days!
This practice has lessened over the years but hasn't completely gone away. Luckily blogging has given me the excuse to play and label it as a Face Of The Day. So here's how I spent my Bank Holiday Monday. How'd you spend yours?

Products Used:
Bourgeois Healthy Mix Serum 52
Benefit Fake Up 01
Barry M Dazzle Dust 29 Yellow Gold
Barry M Dazzle Dust 75 Lime
Inglot Liquid Eyeliner 34
Gosh Velvet Touch Eyeliner Green Devil
Daniel Sandler Jumbo Jet Mascara
Rimmel Apocalips 303 Apocaliptic








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  1. omg you look stunning, like a doll! Love your new hair too.

    Nic x

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    1. Aw thanks nic! Needs dyed badly lol. You should see my roots!!

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