LOOK: 21st Birthday Fierce Feline Eyes

Here's the makeup I wore on my 21st yesterday! My sister really liked it.

About the hair... I tried to curl it, but failed. And what's worse, I even got my left index finger burnt :( But that's not stopping me from trying to learn to curl my hair with the flat iron!!

I used...

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Glow Sheers in 30
Dermablend Concealer
MAC Mineralized Skin Finish Natural in Medium and Medium Dark
MAC Pink Swoon blush

MAC Soft Ochre Paint Pot
MAC Creme de Miel, Cork and Femme Fi eyeshadows
MAC Blacktrack fluidline
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Zero

MAC Way to Love lipstick
MAC Possum Nose Pink lipgloss

So... what do you think? ♥


  1. wow, that contacts look so cute on you! and your look is simple but really pretty! btw, happy b-day, girl!!! :))

  2. Thanks, Sugar! Its the first time I've worn these contacts too, so I've been thinking about whether they look good or not. Thanks for the compliment! I'll probably wear these more often then :)

  3. Your blush is so pretty and perfect! Great colour and I love your eyes.

  4. love it!! you have the perfect features~~

  5. 21 already?! Awesome! I love that look!!! Creme de Miel, Cork and Femme Fi is the perfect neutral look for everyday!

  6. you look smokin hot with that look you did. happy 21st beautiful!!

  7. wow... 1st and foremost... happy belated birthday!
    i think the lip colors really stand out and it is so beautiful. nice EOTD too

  8. Thank you everyone for the compliments and birthday greetings! You all make my day ♥

  9. @FabDiva I think I'm starting to love Creme de Miel more... its a gorgeous pale gold with the awesomely soft veluxe pearl texture!!


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