It's almost the end of the month, and it's time for a monthly lifestyle post!
I started June by doing a makeup look for a client. June was a busy month for me in terms of doing clients makeup.
June is National Pride Month. I'm a straight woman, but I believe everyone should be able to love who they want to. In support of the LGBT Community, I created this Rainbow Sparkles Eye Makeup Look
Thank you Derma E for sending over these skincare goodies!
Did you know that Urban Decay has their Perversion Mascara in a waterproof version?! Thanks Urban Decay for sending over this amazing trio set!
I love the UD Waterproof Fine Point Eye Pen!
The UD Perversion Waterproof Mascara means this mascara isn't going anywhere!
So I decided to try something different at Starbucks...mistake! This S'mores Frappuccino wasn't the worse drink that I ever had, but I won't order it again.
Much better! This was a free Very Berry Hibiscus Refresher.
It's good to back home at T-Mobile lol!
After careful consideration, I decided to go back home to T-Mobile. Verizon was out their mind thinking I was got to pay a house payment for a cell phone bill.
June means the Semi Annual Sale at Bath & Body Works
I wanted to use my B&BW giftcard, but I didn't see anything I wanted.
Yankee Candle was the same. The selection wasn't very good.
Disappointed with the selection
Lunch at McAlisters
I was near Sandy's the other day and I wanted to take a photo of the fountain. I'm assuming the green in the water is a cleaning solution?
I had to stop by Ulta to get a few things for my MUA Kit and I wanted to look for oil reducing skincare products.
I decided to get Clinique's Liquid Face Soap Oily Skin Formula. I've been using this for a few weeks and I'm noticing my face isn't as oily.
I was thinking traffic has been horrible in South Carolina since it was Father's Day Weekend. I realized it's starting to look like this on a daily basis, especially on the weekends.
Late Springtime Smokey Eye
We had really bad thunderstorm in South Carolina last week. Trees were down and people were out of power for hours.
Huda Beauty New Nude Palette
This abandoned building has significant purpose. This was Good Samaritan Waverly Hospital. Due to segregation, This hospital provided medical care to African Americans. After segregation this hospital continued to provide medical treatment to the community. Good Samaritan Waverly Hospital provided medical from 1952-1973. When the new county hospital was built in 1973 (first named Richland Memorial) which provided medical services to everyone, Waverly shut its doors due to lack of funding.
My mom was a Waverly Baby. She was born here in the mid 1960's. Thankfully by time my mom was born in the mid 1960's segregation was basically over in South Carolina. My mom told me that when she was a little girl my granddaddy showed her the room where she was born (the hospital was closed by then). On the news they mentioned if anyone has baby pictures of themselves to submit their photos. Unfortunately we don't have many pictures from the past because we lost our photos when our apartment flooded in 2015 from that historic flood here in South Carolina.
I think Allen University bought this building in the late 1980's, and the building has been unrenovated due to lack of funding. I heard on the news that Allen University wants to renovate and dedicate the building to Clementa Pinckney who was also a graduate of the university. You may know his name because sadly Clementa Pinckney was the Pastor and one of the Charleston 9 that were killed in Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC in 2015.
Wishing everyone a wonderful July!
June 2019 Posts
Freelance Makeup Kit Guide for Beginners
Memories of My Father
Urban Decay Perversion
Urban Decay Naked Palettes
Late Springtime Smokey Eye
Current Skincare Routine for Oily Skin
Glitter Eye Makeup feat. Huda Beauty New Nude Palette