A couple of days back, I felt like playing with my MAC Graphic Garden palette again. It's probably my favorite palette they've ever done both with the print on the outside and the shadows they selected. No, this is not my superhero product, but it is pretty awesome. I found mine at the CCO (Cosmetics Company Outlet) a couple of months ago. I didn't do anything too fancy, Matt and I were just grabbing dinner and going for a walk by the water.
Here's where my little miracle product comes in. I spritzed with Urban Decay's All Nighter setting spray ($29 from UD for a full size or $11 at Sephora for the travel size) before heading out as it's summer and makeup does this odd melting off your face thing if you don't set it.
When I finally got home, I was kind of exhausted, so I did something bad guys. Real bad. I went to bed. In my makeup (ok I won't lie, I do that a lot actually...) BUT, here's the miracle of the setting spray. Look at my eye makeup in the morning:
This is with not even the tiniest itty bitty touch up. Nothing. Not a swipe of mascara. Doesn't it look almost exactly the same? For kicks, I actually wore said makeup (sans touch ups) out that day. Just to see what people thought, you know? No one told me it looked like day-old makeup, in fact I got a couple of compliments. Now I'm NOT telling you to wear your makeup to bed. It's one of the top frowned upon things in the beauty world. I did it for science.... totally.