Isn't the packaging for the perfume eau so cute? I love good/cute/fun/clever/innovative good packaging. I don't normally wear perfume but that bottle design is just too great to resist. I got it as a free gift from Sephora because I signed up for their rewards card. I tend to be suspicious of those types of things but eh, it's probably not a big deal as long as I don't get into the mentality of, oh my god I want to rack up my "reward points" let me go there every chance I get to buy something because it's going towards a free gift at the end. Yeah ok, I don't want to spend 100 $ at Sephora (although I think with my most recent purchases sans rewards card I'm coming close wahhhh).
Well, actually the cashier was nice and when I pointed out I was only interested in getting the card because I wanted the Daisy perfume on display but then I was like, oh it'll probably be gone by the time I rack up 100 points (1 point = 1 dollar) she said, oh I can give it to you now you'll just start with a negative balance. And then I don't think she did even that ... Still though, I hope I don't set foot there again until next year, the real next year, not as in 2 months. I mean honestly what else do I need? I have three bright lipstains, a lovely white eye shadow, black and silver eye liner, clear mascara and that is all I need and I refuse to let commercials,etc convince me otherwise! *shakes fist*
I've discovered the awesomeness of white eye shadow ... and wanting a nice pigmented, matte, white. So there it is above - by Make Up For Ever. It didn't come with the applicator brush so I got one of the samples at the store.
The bottom 2 photos are the presents I got for my sister. 2 nail polishes, Momiji message doll, and the aforementioned Toki Doki eye shadow.
I actually got some good studying in today. =)
I also listened to music for the first time in a while and got punched in the face with nostalgia. I was reminded of dark playgrounds, old cold cars, etc etc.