Mesdemoiselles Blasé

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Gen as Margaret from Persona 4

Photo by Liquid Cocaine Photography

Anime Matsuri 2014 Con Report

May 27th, 2014 By 0 comments

It’s a tardy con report, but better late than never, right??

Back in March I went to Anime Matsuri in Houston, TX. The convention dates fell during spring break and it also gave me an occasion to go see my boyfriend who’s currently there for work. I traveled there by myself which meant none of my usual cosplay friends came with me to the convention. I would love to go back if I ever have the chance, but only if I can drag someone with me! Cosplay isn’t as fun without friends.

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10 Simple Tips for Long Lasting Foundation

February 24th, 2014 By 0 comments

I think for cosplayers it’s especially important to have long-lasting makeup since, unlike theatre artists who only need it to last for an entire performance, we need it to last from early morning through an entire day (and sometimes late into the night!) during conventions.

Here are 10 simple tips (or steps, really!) to make your foundation last longer!

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Shinny Violet (aka Puffy 3 Tone) Circle Lenses

November 21st, 2013 By 1 Comment

Name: Shinny Violet (also known as Puffy 3 Tone)
Brand: G&G
Diameter: 14.5 mm
Base curve: 8.6 mm
Lifespan: 1 year after vial is opened
Prescription: Available
Purchased from: Pinky Paradise

A while back, Pinky Paradise had a buy 2 get 1 free promotion on lenses. You couldn’t decide what free lenses you were going to get and I ended up receiving the beautiful G&G Shinny Violet aka Puffy 3 Tone lenses. I only ever owned another pair of purple/violet lenses which were the EOS Adult Violet that I don’t have anymore so these are a nice replacement.

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Face Atelier Review or My Cruelty Free Foundation Quest

November 5th, 2013 By 5 Comments

Ever since I learned that MAC Cosmetics is no longer cruelty-free (jerks), I have been on a Quest to find a cruelty-free foundation to replace what I had been using. I started looking into cruelty-free foundation brands and Face Atelier was the one that came up the most, usually along with raving reviews.

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