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I’m pretty sure whatever I do with my hair I will still have that daft fluffy bit on top. My hair looks shockingly straight otherwise. A little bit more so to a discovery that I’ll be sharing in the week. We ummed and ahhed all of Saturday if we were gonna go to the cinema and it wasn’t until the good hair day hit that I decided it must not be wasted. We both wanted to see How To Train Your Dragon 2 as we loved the first one so much. We didn’t have much time so I had to choose my make up carefully and it did end up in a bit of a dash to not miss the bus but we managed.
How To Train Your Dragon 2 – Fotd
I knew that I wanted to give my new Mac Pro Longwear Lipcreme in Positively Dashing a chance so I worked with that in mind. Another berry shade that drew me in with the long wear promise in mind. I used the Clinique All About Lips to prep them also a new addition it’s a creamy serum up apply to and around the edge of your lips. I first applied primers, the Benefit Porefessional to my nose and the Nivea Hydrating primer to mainly any areas where spots were finally disappearing. For my base I used the Mac Select Cover-Up under my eyes and any spots the went over with the Mac Studio Fix Powder to give an even finish. I then applied the Clinique All Over Colour to my cheeks and fixed this with the Urban Decay Setting Spray which I’m worried I’ve almost used up this one. The eyes were pretty simple just the repeatedly used Natural Collection shadow for my eyebrows which I’m trying to find something to replace it that doesn’t need a brush. I applied the Benefit Lemonaid to my eyelids right up to the brow, it corrects any redness I have. You do have to set it with a powder which I just used a pale matte from the Mua Undress Me Too palette. The final piece to finish the look was the Bare Minerals Cake Liner, you can’t get this particular shade as it is discontinued but the product is still available. You use it pretty much the same way I do with the Bourjois Intense using the Urban Decay Setting Spray to make it liquid. The Bare Minerals cake liner is very pigmented and you only need a tiny amount with an angled brush to do both eyes. It’s very easy and any fixing is easily done with a wet cotton bud.
Should You see How To Train Your Dragon 2?
Hell yes. Kids will love it and we definelty did. If I’m been honest though we saw it in Imax and you really don’t need too. 3D was good but enough to add something a bit extra to the film. I love that it’s set 5 years on from the first so the characters have developed. I did nearly cry so I’m just warning you there are a few very sad scenes. I love seeing toothless though so it was well worth it I wanted the model above it was so cute.