Hey all! Today is another post I had in my drafts but didn’t quite post in a seasonal manner, haha. Today is Shiro’s Cozy and Bright collection, as well as a few additional golden swatches….
Like I’ve said before, I have approximately 23744 post drafts lying around. In an effort to reorganize and declutter lipsticks I’ve been swatching and documenting color families. Here’s a grouping of some warm mauve / brown lipsticks.
Whooooa it’s been a while 🙂 Trust me when I say I have 937083 photos and post I want to make; it’s just the editing and writing I keep running out of time to complete. Eh, life is what it is sometimes, and right now it’s B-U-S-Y.
Here’s a quick update on my 2018 empties! These were from approximately January to April.
Hey all! So I’ve been a Hello Waffle Visage subscriber for a long while now. Between those monthly makeup boxes and regular purchases, I have QUITE a HW collection by now. These are the twenty blushes I own…… someday I’ll get around to swatching the twenty highlighters too, haha 😉
Hello all! I never showed off my end of 2017 empties since I got so busy with December holidays and then moving to a new place in January. But now that March is approaching and I was thinking about my upcoming Jan/Feb empties post, I realized I should really show my 2017 empties first!
So here goes….. everything from Nov/Dec 2017!
HAPPY NEW YEAR’S EVE! I have accomplished the impossible, haha 🙂 This is the last 2017 Hello Waffle visage review I needed to catch up on. You can find all things Visage here, or continue back in time to March here (or jump forward to the most recent December 2017 here!)
This month’s inspiration was the very fun Where The Wild Things Are book.
The nerd is strong with this month’s Hello Waffle Visage! The inspiration was Legend of Zelda.
Spoiler warning: this is one of my favorite months of Hello Waffle visage EVER. The colors just speak to my warm-loving heart, and I adore the Hunchback of Notre Dame inspiration!
This month’s Visage theme was Little House in the Big Woods. I appreciate that Hello Waffle always includes a sheet that outlines the theme as well as the contents of each month’s box. This month was something I was unfamiliar with (sorry! I never read the Laura Inglalls books much as a kid!), so I appreciate the extra work to include the explanation of theme.