Saturday, January 12, 2008

Yummy411: Best Week Ever Beauty Blog Edition


Who's having the best week ever in the beauty blog world? My girl Brit of Clumps of Mascara!


Why? Because of this post right here- Salvaging your UDPP!

You've seen it, right? Isn't Urban Decay trippin'?

What? You haven't seen it? Despite the fact that beauty blogville has been linking her post like crazy? Check it out now!


Besides, she redesigned her layout with the help of the web mistress Koffee Dyme. It's a good look!

Great job Divine Blackness (a.k.a. Brit;))!

Also, check out Mrs. Lynne of makeupFIX who's running a fab series testing bases. Want to know the best shadow primer for long lasting, vibrant color? She'll keep you informed!

12 comments:

Mrs. Lynne said...

"Best Week Ever BBE" - I LOVE IT!!

Aww... and thanks for promoting my trials. I do hope they give insight and work out for someone :)

Have a great weekend Kia! To you and the big boy Yums!

Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T said...

nice blog hon, chk me out one day

MandyPandy said...

I saw Mrs. Lynne's swatch pics on Temptalia. All those pictures of the Light Flush MSF on Temptalia caused me to have a MAC attack at my local Dept. store and so I had to get it!

Divine Blackness said...

Yaaaaay, thank you!!!

yummy411 said...

@ mrs.lynne: thank you. i def love following the series so i thought i would share!

@ torrence: i've been past your spot before, but i haven't been by in a while. i shall revisit. thanks for stopping by!

@ mandypandy: so what do you think of lightflush now that you have it? i don't think pics capture it's true uniqueness! it's a collector's item for sure!

@ divine blackness: of course! job well done! the beauty fanatics thank you!

MandyPandy said...

I think the MSF is what every MSF is to me: a work of art (one of MAC's prettiest yet). But unfortunately, it is a shimmery warm pink powder, and I don't do glittery or warm; then again, I'm an NC 25-27. It looked amazing on my NC43 sister (yes, we both have the same parents and no, neither of us is adopted, lol). It really is brown girl friendly (and quite the opposite of the pretty but Godawful Lightscapde MSF). Seriously; it's an amazing highlighter for darker skin; for (my) yellow skin, not so much.

yummy411 said...

mandypandy: thanks so much for that insight! well i'm glad that it worked uhhh well for your sister. was the warmed msf too dark for you? it looked like a bronzer on me and not the special msf iridescent look....

MandyPandy said...

Actually, MOST warm-toned colors work well for her and she can wear all sorts of wild bright colors too; it's weird because she can also wear the same colors I wear as well, they just look more subtle/less noticeable on her. Well, she can't pull off the very cool, blue-based colors that I can, but she still bogarts my makeup and tries. Thief!

I actually didn't try the Warmed, but then again it didn't quite stand out the way Light Flush did, and I've already found my HG bronze.

yummy411 said...

mandypandy, what's your HG bronze? (did i ask that in another comment box?)

MandyPandy said...

Well, you did leave a comment under my post on it. It's Wet 'n Wild's matte bronzer (another Elke pick).

I can also recommend Bourjois' Delice de Poudre bronzer. It smells great, is very subtle and doesn't cost a fortune; unfortunately, it's not great for sensitive skin (I suspect it's the fragrance). I've use both products in their lightest shades and they both look great (very subtle).

yummy411 said...

oh great thanks! i couldn't remember where i posted the question so that i could get the answer hahaha! great! everytime i think of wet n wild bronzers, i'm drawn to the illuminators instead. i'll pick up one soon and check out the bourjois powders. thanks!

Afrodite said...

Yeah, I read that post and what a brilliant idea!