This post has been sponsored by Rimmel London SA and the products are courtesy of them too.
When you think of iconic supermodels and their makeup collaborations, you shouldn’t have too hard before you get to Kate Moss and her collaborations with Rimmel London. In fact, this year marks her 15th anniversary with the brand and to celebrate, they’ve released some special edition products based on her most notable looks!
One of the greatest perks of being an essence cosmetics ambassador is getting new products to test out and show my readers! And this month – not only did I get a nice little hamper – I got another one to give away! Keep reading for more details ?
alternatively titled ‘how to dip your nails in the blood of your enemies’
p.s., none of my enemies were harmed during the making of this tutorial.
according to tumblr, as soon as it becomes october, it’s officially halloween, so keeping in the spirit of things that are spooky, creep and/or cool, i finally decided to try out this dripping nail art technique, using my nail art brush that i got from avon and this beautiful blood orange (although titled zesty orange) woolworths nail polish. it also helps that they bring on this sort of clown vibe, which is all the more creepy.
i had already filed my acrylic tips into a stiletto shape out of boredom, and i thought this effect would look really cool with that nail shape!