I love looking at people’s MAC palettes. They’re so pretty to look at and it’s like the best way to see what someone’s perfect shadows are. I’ve been collecting MAC shadows for awhile, and have been slowly buying them every few months. MAC was recently having a sale, so I decided it was the perfect time to buy the last few shadows to finish off my 15 palette! This palette is like my baby, because I’ve spent so much time picking out each and every color, so here it is!
Awhile ago, ColourPop was having a 20% off sale, so I knew I had to check it out. I signed onto the website and had a 2 hour wait just to get onto the site. So after sitting through that I knew I had to get something. I didn’t mind because I had been dying to try their products for so long. And then not too long after, MAC was having $10 off a $50 purchase, so once again, I had to get something. I got 3 shadows, finishing up my 15 palette, and then two lipsticks, which were my first from the brand.
So this is the last post in my series on undertones. This post is going to be all about the types and colors of jewelry and other accessories that suits each undertone. If you missed my first few posts on this, you can go here to find out your undertone, here to find out your season, here to find out the makeup that suits your undertone, and here for clothes. Remember, these are just suggestions, you’re free to wear whatever it is that you like. So let’s get into the fun part!
So this is the next post in my undertones series! If you missed the first one about finding your undertone, you can check that out here, and if you missed the second one on finding your season, you can check that out here. This post is going to be talking about the colors in clothes that are known to compliment each coloring. These colors are just suggestions. You are by no means obligated to stick entirely to these colors, I definitely don’t. I personally wear colors that are on my colorings ‘avoid’ list. The point in knowing this, is that when shopping and dressing yourself, you can look for colors that are really going to brighten your skin and eyes. You can use it in small doses like a scarf, or you can go full out and dress head to toe in these colors.
For the next post in my series on undertones, I am going to be talking about the subcategories within each undertone. There are two subcategories for each undertone, so four in total, which are named after the seasons. If you have cool undertones, you can be either a winter or a summer. If you have warm undertones, you can be either spring or an autumn. I’m sure at this point you’re wondering why this is even relevant, but it really is! Knowing your season can help you to find the most complementary colors for you to wear, both in clothes and makeup.
I’ve been sort of MIA lately and I apologize. I’m in the middle of finals and most everything is projects that I’ve been working on constantly, and then on Friday, my boyfriend, Anthony, and I drove 6 hours back to my house to surprise my sister at her college graduation on Saturday. So our entire Saturday was spent in the car, 4 hours getting to and from her school and then 6 hours getting back to ours. But I am back now! I only have a few assignments left to do this year, but nothing too bad.
Anyways, rambling over.