:FOTN & OOTN

Wednesday, 6 March 2013
Hat- Missguided. Crop Top - SoulCal, Republic Skirt- Internacionale. Boots - Primark.

So I actually decided to crawl out of my hovel and be sociable last night. Or at least semi-sociable, I didn't actually drink or go clubbing. Still on my fitness freak stage and didn't fancy a naughty bevvy! (Which would have inevitably turned into a bottle of wine, knowing me!) 

 I decided not to wear heels because I always regret it. I can't walk on them and can admit that. I'm not woman enough to last more than an hour or two. So I went with my five quid booties but I think the crop top dressed it up. I wore it out with my fur coat. :) Sadly, Republic has since gone into admin so I'm not sure if you can still buy this top anywhere but perhaps SoulCal still have it?


As you can see I'm sporting a heavier makeup look than I would originally. My foundation is actually a bit too light for my skin as I've been sunbedding in preparation for my travels. (I know, naughty. It's a one off occasion, don't worry!)  

Foundation - I used MAC's Studio Sculpt foundation in shade NC25, which was too light for me. To try and darken it I blended in Dream Matte Mousse in Natural Beige over the top, and set it all down with Rimmel's Stay Matte powder. I then used the Natural Collection Suntint Bronzing Pearls as a bronzer to accentuate cheek bones. I used the tiniest bit of Topshop blush in Neon Rose to give me a healthy flush.

Eyebrows - I found this knock-off of the Benefit Browzings which I had sworn by but set me back £25 at a time. It was in Superdrug by a brand called Fashionista and cost a couple of quid, but it doesn't have a name. It looks exactly like the Browzing's case but slightly larger and the colours actually suit my brows more as there are more options. I went over them for definition in the Rimmel Eyebrow Pencil in shade Black/Brown.

Lips - MAC, Lickable from the Cremesheen range.

Eyelashes - For my upper lashes I used the Louise Gray mascara from Topshop which was featured in my February Favourites video, and then went over them with Bourgeois Volume Clubbing Mascara for more volume. For my bottom lashes I used the False Lash Telescopic by L'oreal as the brush is fine enough to get my lower lashes without clumping them or making a mess. This was gone over a second layer with the Louise Gray again.

Eyelids - In the corners of my eyes to brighten them and under the brow bone to give a nice arch I used Virgin from Urban Decay's Naked Palette. For the main eyelid I coated with Half Baked from the same palette, and for all around the crease I used Barry M's Dazzle Dust in number 17, which is a silvery green. I rimmed the bottom of my eyes and the top outer corners and blended it in with Dark Horse from the Naked Palette again, and lined the outer half of my waterline and top of my lashline with Rimmel ScandleEyes pencil liner, before smudging it with a little sponge brush to make it look smokier.


I actually really liked the Dazzle Dusk, which I'm always reluctant to use as it tends to be a messy application.



I also tried the look on with my wig from Wonderland Wigs, which I think worked well with the hat. The wig is the Hannah wig,and I have done a separate review on it. How I actually wore my hair was with my fringe pulled forwards as a full fringe and after using my heat protectant spray I curled using my Mark Hill curling tongs which I will swear-by, and then off I went for my girls night out!

What do you guys think of this look? What do you wear out? I just joined LookBook and added this look btw, so it would be awesome to get some support over there if you like it! x

3 comments on ":FOTN & OOTN"
  1. Oh wow love the whole look!
    New follower!
    http://shradhaloves.blogspot.co.uk/
    S xx

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  2. I love your new hair :) You should wear it to work, I promise I won't pull it x

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    1. Jeez Louise, how did you find my blog Natalie? I deleted my Facebook to your request - I'm not deleting this too! x

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