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I'm sorry I haven't been doing a lot again, I lost my camera charger and was running on very low battery! But luckily I found it now so I can take pictures for reviews and tutorials in the future. :)
The last 2 weeks I went to Halloween haunts, one at Knott's Berry Farm and the other at Universal Studios per usual yearly tradition for me :) I met Tony while going with a group of friends to the Halloween Haunt at Knott's 3 years ago, and they helped us become really close and eventually got together. So they really do mean a lot to me for that sentimental value :') Since my battery was low on my camera I just took FOTD shots for the most part.
I did my eye makeup a lot different, since I wanted to be a bit more sultry for night time.
10/14 - Knott's
last post. I like them a lot more that I thought I would, I'll definitely do a proper review of these in the future. My face primer, eyeshadow and blush were from dodo cosmetics and my lipstick was NYX Round Lipstick in Peach, which were items I got from my last post as well. It was definitely a day to test new items!
Before Tony and I left we decided to grab dinner at my old high school, since they had a food truck fundraiser there. I really wish I could eat more from food trucks more since I found out I can't really eat fast food anymore (I'm sensitive and throw up :x, but I guess it's for the better). I spend all my money on makeup now so there goes my food budget LOL
So I guess some helpful hints if you want to be not scared at a Halloween haunt: don't cling on tight to your partner/friends, don't wear something outlandish or just look scared in general. I bought this amazing jacket from Forever 21 the week before, it's all sequins *_*
10/21 - Universal
If you live in Southern California or the Orlando, FL area, I definitely recommend that you HAVE to go to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. Since they have the film rights to most of the famous horror movies, they always have the best mazes, production values and actors. They really love what they do and you'll be terrified there. It's expensive but worth it!
I went shopping with Alice (the bff) as per usual. Although I made an order online with Sephora for their Friends & Family Sale 2011 (definitely do this if you're in the US), Alice wanted to get some skincare items and to get the special weekend-only 100 point philosophy gift. I picked up Benefit's Creaseless Cream Shadow/Liner in Busy Signal and Tokidoki's Siberia Blush Brush, and got the 500 point gift of a Tarte sampler set. It came with their ReCreate Primer, Smooth Operator illuminating serum (highlighter), multiplEYE primer and mascara, Mineral bronzer and 24.7 Lip sheer. I really like the bronzer so far, it has a pretty shimmer and blends pretty flawlessly into my skin.
I'm very excited to get the full bottle in the future (Tony is buying it for my 3rd year anniversary present), but for now I'm milking out the free samples they're giving out through the month of October. It's a month long campaign at Chanel makeup counters, just get shade matched by one of their makeup artists and come home with samples to make sure you want to commit to buying it! They're a hefty investment at $55/bottle, so definitely sample it out.