Small Buffalo Haul

Just a small Buffalo haul, today.  A little bit of makeup, some new boots – everything you need for a happy Shawna.  I ordered the boots online, and had them sent to a shipping address, so it was waiting for me, when I got there, and the makeup is from Walgreens.  Check it out 🙂

Boots from PLNDR
Jordana twist & shine in “01 nude chic”(top), and “05 honey love” (bottom).
ELF’s Disney Villains look book in “Ursula”

Tutorials for a day look, and a night look, on each flap.

Comes with mascara, pencil eyeliner, liquid eyeliner, eyeshadow brush, 6 eyeshadows, and a lip colour.

I’m pretty pleased with all of my purchases, due to the quality, and well as the price – they totaled a little over $50 dollars.  I am most excited about the ELF look book, because the company releases the Disney Villain line only once a year, and it is only available in-store, at Walgreens, so I was glad to finally get my hands on these.

I was truly impressed by the staying power of  Jordana lip in “honey love”, as I put it on at the beginning of the day, and the colour was still there, at the end of the day.  However, I’m still crossing my fingers to find the colour “cranberry crush”, next time I am in the states.

Finally, the boots.  THE BOOTS.  I got these because they reminded me of the 2001 movie “Josie and the Pussycats”, and they were also super cheap.  If you would like an invite to PLNDR, to buy the boots themselves, or similar items, comment with your e-mail, and I’d be glad to send you an invite (Which I believe comes with a $5 credit to your account).


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