Depotting LA Colors Eyeshadows

If you don’t depot, are you human? Just kidding, but seriously. Depotting is for makeup freaks/hoarders/organizers. There’s a plethora of information about it (how to do it, when to do it, how often to do it) on YouTube and other blogs, I’m just here to show off my work.

These LA Colors eyeshadows are cheap, but are still very pigmented. I especially love the glitter versions of these eyeshadows. LA Colors has been stepping up their game lately too, especially with their lipsticks. I can’t remember where I purchased these eyeshadows since it’s been so long, but they don’t retail in any stores in Las Vegas that I’ve seen/remember. I’m pretty sure I got them at the swap meet or in the L.A. Fashion District.

Supplies:

Empty 15 mm x 26 mm palette

Nevertheless, I got my empty 15 mm x 26 mm palette from here on eBay. (I also use Z Palette’s magnetic palettes, but they are pricier.)

Darice magnets

I use magnet sheets made by Darice. You can find them at Michaels and sometimes Walmart.

This are the aftermath leftovers of my depotting in all its glory.

If you don’t depot, you should start!!! Have fun.

Unbeweaveable hair for me!

hairdo Extensions ad

Jessica Simpson and hair stylist Ken Paves decided to make hairdo extensions for the modern woman, myself included, and of course I had to get them. Almost $100 when purchased from HSN.com (including shipping), but I think it was worth it… I bought another one just yesterday… the straight one. Like em? I know I do. =)

HairDo Box

As you can tell by the picture, my hair was quite short and I assure you it did not grow 10 inches in 2 months. Hair only grows 3/4 inch a month, regardless of what you put in it!

Unbeweavable

Tada!

The extensions were surprisingly very easy to put in… easier than I thought. It is not for people with really thin hair because then the back will be all lumpy. The color I chose was dark brown, but there are 10 other colors. Good luck w/ yours if you buy them!