MAC Archie’s Girls: Part 3

February 6, 2013 | Beauty, MAC | 2 Comments »


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Here is part 3 of my MAC Archie’s Girls collection haul. I was super excited to get my hands on the Spoiled Rich quad because I LOVE purple! I also have the Caramel Sundae quad coming later on this week. At first I thought it would be too sheer and worried it wouldn’t show, but after seeing more swatches and talking it over with a friend I decided I needed it after all. Like my friend said, it would make a nice simple look. Seriously, that’s about all it took to convince me. I’m all about simple looks!

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Veronica Spoiled Rich Eye Shadow X4

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Veronica Spoiled Rich Eye Shadow X4

I couldn’t pass up the Cheers My Dear Pigment. It’s just TOO cute!

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Betty Cheers My Dear Pigment

I also got Petrol Blue and Designer Purple Pearlglides. Lord It Up and Black Swan weren’t available for a while there, but as soon as they became available I ordered them. They should be coming this week with the Caramel Sundae quad. And last, but certainly not least the Veronica Opulash. Because you can never have enough mascara.

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Petrol Blue Pearlglide, Designer Purple Pearlglide, Veronica Opulash
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MAC Archie’s Girls: Part 2

February 5, 2013 | 1 Comment »

A look at the MAC Archie’s Girls Collection.


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MAC Archie’s Girls: Part 1

February 4, 2013 | 5 Comments »

A look at the MAC Archie’s Girls Collection.


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