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Hi, I'm Mary. I'm 22. Born in Chelyabinsk, living in Pittsburgh, splitting my time in Sydney. Makeup and hockey are my passions. I love the Penguins, but I'm also a fan of the Rangers and Wings. I also enjoy football, obviously the Steelers. I mostly reblog pics, but I post some of my own. I have a pup, a bunny, and two kitties. I like coffee, adventures, cartoons, and the internets.
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    Mica Beauty Bronze Mineral Eyeshadow Review →

     Mica Beauty says their Mineral Eyeshadows offer a “unique formula” that’s “extremely gentle, free of preservatives, chemicals, dyes, talc, oils, and other fillers”. Mica Beauty, formerly Micabella, also promises that their loose mineral shadows will “look ultra smooth and stay put for hours without creasing or pulling the delicate eye area.” Each Mica Beauty Mineral Eyeshadow contains 2.5 grams and retails for $14.95. Click through for a full review.

    — 10 months ago
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    BA Star Bronze Star Dust Review →

     BA Star is not a brand I’m very familiar with, I’d only heard of them once before being offered one of their Star Dust eyeshadows for review via a Brand Backer program. I was sent a full sized BA Star Star Dust in the shade Bronze. A total of nine shades are available. BA Stars Star Dusts are mineral based pigments. Each loose eyeshadow contains 3 grams and retails for $8.75, but I happen to have a special discount code at the end of this post! Click through for a full review and discount code. 

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #review  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #bbloggers  #makeup  #makeu up  #sponsored  #press sample  #ba star  #bastar  #brand backer  #pigment  #brandbacker  #eyeshadow  #shimmer  #loose eyeshadow  #mineral shadow 
    Maybelline Forest Fatale Color Tattoo Pure Pigment Review →

     Maybelline’s new Color Tattoo Pure Pigments are the loose powder answer to their immensely popular Color Tattoo Gel Cream Shadows. Maybelline says “our color boost pigments create powerful color intensity. Intense pure pigments in our crease proof, long wearing formula create explosive color for wear up to 24 hours.” Props to Maybelline for putting out a pigment on the drugstore level, while it isn’t unheard of it isn’t a common occurrence either. Maybelline offers a total of twelve shades to choose from, I’ll be reviewing Forest Fatale, the only shade that I found interesting. Each Color Tattoo Pure Pigment contains 1.5g (.05 oz) and retails for $6.99 MSRP.Click through for the full review. 

    — 1 year ago with 4 notes
    #review  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #bbloggers  #makeup  #makeup blog  #eyeshadow  #pigment  #loose eyeshadow  #maybelline  #color tattoo 
    NYX Charcoal Ultra Pearl Mania Pigment Review →

     NYX Ultra Pearl Mania pigments make it “hard not to sparkle with our ultra shimmering loose shadow powders that can be used on eyes, cheeks, even lips. These finely milled eyeshadows are high impact, long lasting, and a little addictive.” NYX offers a total of thirty shades, this review will be featuring Charcoal, which NYX calls a “shimmering dark grey.” NYX’ Ultra Pearl Mania pigments contain 5ml (.06 oz) and sell for a super cheap $3. I received this pigment in my December Ipsy Bag

    — 1 year ago with 2 notes
    #review  #nyx  #pigment  #loose eyeshadow  #eyeshadow  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #makeup 
    NYX Yellow Gold Ultra Pearl Mania Review →

     NYX says its “hard not to sparkle with one of our ultra shimmering loose shadow powders that can be used on eyes, cheeks, even lips. These finely milled eyeshadows are high impact, long lasting, and a little addictive.” So addictive that NYX offers a total of thirty shades. This review is for Yellow Gold, which NYX calls a “light gold”. NYX’ Ultra Pearl Manias are among the the most affordable pigments on the market, they only cost $3 for 5ml (.06 fl oz). Click through for my full review.

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #makeup  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #nyx  #nyx cosmetics  #pigment  #eyeshadow  #loose eyeshadow  #review 
    Barry M Fine Glitter Dust #20 Review →

     Barry M’s Fine Glitter Dusts are “loose pearl dusts in a variety of brilliant colours that have been cleverly blended with ultra fine, diamond like glitter flecks. Ideal to experiment with, try on the cheeks, lips, and body to create a stunning glitzy look.” The Fine Glitter Dusts are essentially the same thing as the Dazzle Dusts, but with a bit of glitter mixed in. I was sent this pigment in a swap with my friend Rae. Each Fine Glitter Dust sells for  £4.59 ($7 USD). Click through for a full review. 

    — 1 year ago with 1 note
    #review  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #barry m  #pigment  #loose eyeshadow  #glitter 
    Barry M Aqua Gold #92 Dazzle Dust Review →

     Barry M’s #92 Dazzle dust is an “aqua gold” pigment. This English beauty brand offers about 60 shades of their Dazzle Dusts. These loose eyeshadows are described as “breathtaking, loos, highly pealrised powder available in a profusion of colours to enhance your eyes, lips, or cheeks. Each little pot contains multiple facets of intense, reflective colour that glides on smoothly, adding sparkle and sheen. These luscious shades can be applied bright and bold to shimmering and subtle.” I received two Barry M Dazzle Dusts, #90&92, in a swap with my English friend Rae. Dazzle Dusts are packed with product and retail for just £4.59 ($7USD). Click through for my review. 

    — 1 year ago with 2 notes
    #review  #cosmetics  #beauty  #beauty blog  #makeup  #pigment  #eyeshadow  #loose eyeshadow  #barry m