Who doesn’t love a Friday? It’s the start to the weekend where we beauty lovers can get some more time to indulge in our stashes of beauty items. More so we get maybe some time for ourselves to just do nothing much or something extravagant! It’s also a time for me to share more about me to you that may or may not be beauty related. Feel free to share what you will be up to this weekend. Happy Friday!
Beauty Adventure?Who would think that a simple thing like a lip conditioner would change someone's life forever? Certainly not me! I have tried so many lip balms and chap-sticks but my lips seems to always get dry and cracked. But one try of the the Ricky Martin approved MAC Lip Conditioner had me sold! Full review coming soon!
Plans for the Weekend? Sleep in late, Eat, Sleep, Do nothing!!!!! Okay maybe I should be a good beauty blogger and try out my Impassioned lipstick and lipglass that was from the MAC Fashion Sets.
Something about me? Pineapple anyone? I absolutely love this sweet, juicy fruit. I was a little doubtful when my mom planted this pineapple plant in our yard maybe 2 or 3 years ago but it's finally growing into a pineapple! Can't wait to eat this one, home grown!
There are some simple pleasures in life that I enjoy. Coffee is one of them and a good lipgloss. Today I can have both of them together while we go for a date with bae! Sacha Cosmetics has blown me away with their new intense lipshine glosses and awesome names. I love when companies try to just be real with their customers even in these small details.
In today's yummy post we are doing an easy sponge cake (no creaming of butter and sugar involved). Instead of torting this cake we are using two loaf pans to give us our two layers, which we will pull together with vanilla buttercream. I love the rectangular look of this cake rather than the traditional round or square but more importantly the flavors of the toasted coconut on the sides and fresh fruit on top makes for a mouth watering dessert.
Welcome back everyone! Today I'm sharing my replication of the Wilton method to making Royal Icing and some simple decorations you can make with the Wilton tip 21. This is an open star tip and can be paired with a simple leaf tip like a Wilton 352 to make small drop flowers.