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Ouges Fashion For Fall

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Press SampleProduct given for testing and review purposes.

I live in Fla and we are now in November and the days are getting cooler.
So for me, it's time to bust out those long sleeved tops and sweaters and thankfully, Ouges Clothing sent me this cute one. I like it because I can wear it straight down with leggings or fold it in to wear it with jeans.
The material is soft and made from 65% Rayon, 32% Cotton and 3% Spandex and available in sizes Small to 2X Large in various color combos on Amazon
Size shown: Small




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Bad Habit Beauty Aphrodite Palette eye looks and sneak peek to the new launch

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Hello, I hope everyone is having a blessed and productive day! In my last post, I introduced the Bad Habit Beauty Aphrodite palette with some swatches. Recently,  I was able to play with it.  Here are some quick and easy looks I did using this bad boy palette. The quality of these shadows are superb! All you need is eye primer and water or mixing medium or setting spray to work with the textured shadows to get the best results.



For the first look I created, I used Coy, Flirt, Blushing and the uniquely textured shadow Crush. To get the intense vibrancy of Crush I used it with the NYX dewy finish spray and the longevity was greater than I expected. 



Here's the second look I did with the shades Coy, Romance, Blushing and Beauty. I used Beauty with the same setting spray to intensify the color more on the lids. This Palette is worth all the hype! Not too mention the 10 💵 price tag.☺️ 




To my surprise on IG, I saw this! Yeah! Bad Habit is coming out with another dupe for the Huda Beauty palette and this time it's for her Desert Dusk. Bad Habit will name thiers Athena pictured below.  I can't wait for this new launch (clapping my hands excitedly)
If you missed my last post, here's the linky:) The Aphrodite palette
Stay tuned for more on the Color Wheel Gallery💕

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New Hair Change with Guy Tang Mydentity

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I was very confused on what I wanted may hair to look like after dying my highlights magenta. My birthday is coming up in December and I'll be hitting 43 so I thought to myself maybe some more pink highlights but in a softer shade or caramel blonde.
So, I  decided to get my hair chopped off into a chin length straight bob and got some hair color ideas from my friends on FB.
One friend reached out to me who happened to be a hairstylist and she came up with this concoction which I like to call Galaxy Hair but in a cool way. The highlights idea was gone and a full head of hair color was on the horizon.
She used Guy Tang's new color line called Mydentity. But the process to get my dark hair this galactic took hours but the end result was worth it.


                                                    Here's the Before!
                                             Here's the Between! 
                                            Yep I went there! 😂


   My hair reached a level 9 and this was this was the inspo picture we decided on using.
 She did a shadow root using a demi- permanent using Dusty Lavender and 6 volume in developer shown here which turned into a dark purple.

Then for the rest of my hair she combined Pink Diamond and Ultra Violet to create a Lavender shade.


After doing chemistry on my hair, this was the  final and fabulous result and I was very very pleased. :)






So far, I have gotten so many compliments and my hubby even loves it! Of course, with hair like this hight maintenance is involved like conditioning it and touching up the color frequently to keep it vibrant. Let's see how long it lasts, me and my hair phases...

If you are in Florida and would like Alexandria do to your hair contact her at 407-335-8635

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Michael Kors on Ottica.Com

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Thanks to Ottica eyewear company, I was able to pick out a frame I liked and review it. 
Their site is very easy to navigate on, it saves your uploaded photos to see how you look in their frames and it saves your prescription. I saw many frames on the site that I liked and was torn with all the beautiful styles ranging from designers like Coach, Versace, Burberry, Tory Burch among others but I went with vintage and classy with Michael Kors in Tabitha.






These Michael Kors frames in Tabitha are very beautiful and they go with my face shape and fun personality. 
The design has a cat eye appeal. The legs are black with the Mickel Kors emblem and they have gold glitter like particles embedded in them.



I never owned transaction eyewear so I ordered these in transitions to function as both glasses and sunglasses. It's really convenient because I do not need to carry around sunglasses either.
These glasses do take getting used to. In the beginning, I had eye strain and they were a bit snug but now over time they are feeling better.
I really like these they photograph nicely and they get dark in the sun after a few minutes. 

The packaging is really nice as well. They come in a Micheal Kors case with a cleaning cloth with the name printed on it as well. Also, Ottica sent me a black card with a discount code and my prescription is printed on it for safe keeping.
As for the white case, it's a bit big an bulky for me, I like slimmer cases but it's good if you carry larger handbags.




Overall, this is a great site for designer eyewear and the prices are good too, being that they are designer frames and shipping takes about 2 weeks. They offer Free shipping, Free returns, 365 day warranty and complimentary lenses with each purchase.
www.ottica.com has a special going on just go to the site and see what best suits you. The transitions lenses are extra and UV coating. The total cost for my frames including lenses were $204.00 and since I was given a credit coupon to shop, all that came out of my pocket was 4 bucks. I definitely got blessed to do this review. Thanks again Ottica!

                            Here is a mini photo shoot in Michael Kors Tabitha:)


                                 

The longer you are in the sun the darker they become.







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Arctic Fox Virgin Pink

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Hi all,
I'm so giddy about today's post because my hair just took a turn for the brightest and vivid color ever.
I had no intention of getting it so in yo face lol but after it was all done and left on my hair for 2 hours and 40 minutes, the results were out of this world.
Ok, so remember how I said in my last post, I was going to try a new hair dye by Arctic Fox?
Well, I went for it and got it on Amazon in the color Virgin Pink for $10.99.

It totally smells like grape candy no kidding and it's very pigmented. You can choose to dilute it with white conditioner or their Arctic Mist to make it a pastel or a diffrent pink.
I decided to take the strand test method for 30 minutes and the pre softening gray method for 15 minutes to achieve the first round of color preference. In the picture below, you will see that strand is more of a cooler soft pink which made me excited and my gray was grabbing the color as well.

Again, I'm new into these fantasy colors so I'm bound to make mistakes. When I was ready to do my whole head, I decided to leave the color way longer and Boom the pictures speak for themselves. I know the color will fade which will be nice if it fades to a beautiful toned down pink. But I'm super impressed with this product and how well it took my gray as well. So far I give Arctic Fox Virgin Pink 2 thumbs up :) and it did not stain my pillowcase. Yay!

                                                 
                                                    My before

What I was expecting! this was my 30 min strand test

What I got!
My hubby said I reminded him of the movie Trolls. LOL
This color is Amazing!

All dolled up! Virgin Pink even grabbed some of my darker hair as well.


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