Sunday, January 25, 2015

My Kendra Scott Collection

Zip Away Small Jewelry Organization in Black Stingray

Left to Right
Skylen Ring in White Pearl
Jana Bracelet in Cobalt
Kiri March Birthstone Necklace in Clear Light Blue
Rayne Necklace in Maroon Jade
Rayne Necklace in Gunmetal 
Top from Left to Right
Danielle Earrings in Black
Skylar Earrings in Magenta
Danielle Earrings in White Pearl
Sky Earrings in Turquoise

Bottom from Left to Right
Dee Earrings in Cobalt
Elle Earrings in Mystic Iridescent
Mint Leaf earrings are no longer sold
Morgan Stone Earrings in Emerald Cat's Eye
Morgan Stone Earrings in Chalcedony
Morgan Stone Earrings in Slate 

Since Christmas of 2012, when I was given a black pair of Danielle earrings, I have been a HUGE fan of Kendra Scott jewelry. It's awesome to think that it was created right here in Austin, Texas, just over an hour away in 2002 by Kendra Scott herself. The jewelry is a little pricy, but compared to other jewelry at boutiques and other stores, it is well worth the price for the quality. My favorite part about Kendra Scott jewelry is that it is simple, yet a wonderful statement piece that can be paired with a nice evening dress or even a t-shirt. There is such a variety of colors and styles and everyone is bound to find something to fit their personality. I think Kendra Scott is one of those brands that will stay in style for a very long time. Everything they sell is so wearable, beautiful, and unique. Kendra Scott has also just launched a new collection called Avant Garden Spring 2015. Hopefully I will get my hands on the Jessi Ear Jackets in Rose Gold soon and some other pieces in the color Blue Lace Agate.

P.S. If it is your first time shopping on their website ( you can sign up to receive emails and will be sent a 15% off coupon to use on your first order! 

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Anastasia Contour Kit

The Anastasia Contour Kit is used to 'sculpt and define your features with 6 powders designed to contour and highlight.' The raves about this palette have been so high and after many times of this product selling out on Sephora's website, I finally got my hands on it. First looking at it I couldn't imagine using all of these powders on my face, but of course when the girl at Sephora tested them on my face, I fell in love. If I had to say one negative thing about this palette, it would be that it does not have a mirror. For how big this product is, I would expect a mirror. But overall I give it five gold stars. *Cheers*

There are 3 powders for highlighting, vanilla, banana, and sand (shimmery). Then 3 powders for contouring, java (more of a bronzer), fawn (a cool tone powder for contouring), and havana. I use all 3 highlight powders, the vanilla to cancel out some of my dark circles, then the banana powder to brighten up my under eyes, and lastly the sand to highlight my cheekbones. Then with the contouring powders I use the fawn to contour the hollows of my cheeks and then java to warm up my face. I do not use havana because I think it is too dark for me right now. This contour kit will definitely be use until it is gone and I highly recommend this to anybody that uses powder bronzers and highlighters.