Audrey Hepburn had it dowwn. Achieving her look.

What girl doesn’t want to be Audrey Hepburn? She was thin, sophisticated, had a great jawline and angel eyes.

For my senior event, I decided I was going to wear my little black dress. It has an Audrey Hepburn-y feel to it, just by it’s simplicity. She was known for wearing simple dresses with class, and usually black ones.

Make-up spoils! (That can be taken two ways, huh?)

In my last post, I gave a link on expensive make-up versus the cheaper version. Well now I’ve come back with my spoils. From the glorious. . . Walmart.
Okay. So there’s obviously a reason Walmart’s apparently on the bottom of the list. I had planned on going to a somewhat new Walmart that just opened in my area and has yet to be crummy, but fate would have it I’d end up finding “le source de crum”. (Felt like being french today, don’t hate.)
I tried my best to remember my own advice from “Second Hand . . Makeup? — Don’t Freak,” but kind of very much failed. I remembered Covergirl silk-something-or-other foundation and something that sounded like NYC but one letter was off. But I didn’t do so bad considering. .

Second Hand. . Makeup? — Don’t Freak.

I can only imagine the turmoil in the streets the second I even hint of second hand makeup.I’m not hinting. So calm down. Don’t freak.

Even though this blog does have “Second Hand” in the title, I do also mean it as “a cheaper version than what everyone else is paying.” Meaning, knock offs, clearance racks, etc.

So no, I am not saying you should get second hand makeup. I do draw the thrift store line somewhere. I don’t get underwear or brushes or shoes. So anyway. Now that I’ve made that clear. I’ll move on.

I’m eighteen now. Shocker to me too, I look pretty young. And starting to experiment with make-up (which will probably come out as the bigger shock). Yup, eighteen years old, and I just learned what a highlighter is, as opposed to foundation. And that there are ways to make your nose look smaller and eyes look bigger, etc, etc.