Pop of Pink.


Gotta love the “Back to MAC” program at MAC! I’ve been an avid user of their products for many many years now, and I’ve gone through a lot in the last several years! I used MAC as my general makeup supply for photography clients for a long time, so over the years I’ve gone through dozens of old product containers, returning them to the store for free stuff. For every 6 containers you bring back, you can score yourself a free eyeshadow or lip product. Pretty Awesome! Especially considering MAC makes so many amazing shades, you can never have too many. So whenever I come in with a bag full of empty eyeshadow pots, mascara tubes, foundation bottles, powder compacts, and whatever else you can think of (probably an obvious note, but has to be a MAC container), I like to take the opportunity to pick up something I wouldn’t normally go for. This time, I went for a bright pink lipstick. I already have the coveted “Girl About Town” bright fuschia shade, but that’s my only other bright lipstick aside from a bold red. I’m typically very neutral so it’s been fun to step out of the box again with another bright selection. The color is “Impassioned” and I must say, since picking it up a couple of weeks ago, I have been wearing it a lot for everyday use. It’s been really fun adding a little pop of bright coraly-pink to some of my more neutral outfits. Here, I chose to spice up my outfit of mostly browns and creams with the pop of color, which added a nice contrast to the muted green of my colored skinnies. Also making their debut in an outfit post are my new boots and leopard scarf, both received as Christmas gifts this year! Woo!

Skinnies: Zara
Sweater: F21
Jacket: Zara
Boots: Steven (a gift from my boyfriend)
Scarf: (a gift from my boyfriend’s mom)
Lipstick: MAC “Impassioned”

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One thought on “Pop of Pink.

  1. I nominated your blog for The Liebster Award (you can check out the details on Simply Cydney!). I love your outfit posts! Your blog is just the cutest and thank you for sharing!

    Simply Cydney

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