I feel a bit redundant post this as I can't remember products totally off heart but I was browsing my Tumblr yesterday and realised I did this whilst on a break (whenever I say that I think of this).
I did this in ode to the news that Urban Decay were releasing a second Naked palette, so I cracked out the original as it'd been a while.
Urban Decay Primer Potion.
Urban Decay Eyeshadow - Half Baked (all over lid), Smog (crease), Darkhorse (outer V), Virgin (highlight).
Illamasqua Precision Ink - Abyss.
Lush Lip Tint - Snow Fairy.
Finally worked out how to soften pores in Photoshop, yay. I hate overly 'shopped skin but I really don't like mine and I feel it comes across badly in photos. I know everyone always tell me it's not that bad but that's why I lack FOTD's. Now I've worked out how to do it I will definitely be posting more once I get my new camera in the next couple of weeks. :D Sorry if it's not something you agree with. I know plenty of blogs that do it so much so that they look unreal. I'm just blurring my skin so you can focus on the main part of the look!
And to those few who took the time to tweet me last night, I didn't permanently reactivate my account but thank you all the same. I only did it so I could @reply Blogger (asif they would reply!) about the missing photos, which appear to have fixed themselves.
Granted Twitter is a good platform to get your blog seen by others and without it I don't think I would have got anywhere near the amount of readership I currently do. But I hate how people think they're above others, the amount of drama, the bitchy sly remarks. Yes, I used to do somewhat the same way back when but you learn from your mistakes. The fact it still goes on tars everyone with the same brush and you wonder why bloggers can't be taken seriously?!
Either way I'm much happier without it. I don't feel the need to air my dirty laundry so publicly any more and I think other people doing so can lead to bad repercussions in the long run.