*WARNING* I am NOT a fashion blogger. I repeat, I am NOT a fashion blogger!
I'm not one who really knows style and I can't tell you designer names or whats the "in" thing for the month when it comes to fashion. However, I do know what I like and what is comfortable for me. And let me just tell you, this beanie from Slouchheadwear is probably one of the best purchases I have ever made.
I don't know if any of you have the same problem as me, but I really struggle with what I like to call, a Beanie Boner! Its super tight around my forehead and then sticks straight up at the top. Its awful and looks so unflattering (at least on me). I like to think thats its due to my thick hair and large head (my brain is above average size, or at least thats what I tell myself).
I'm all about being lazy and not doing my hair and this is the perfect beanie that I can just throw on and go out the door. They are the softest, most comfortable beanies and I think everyone needs one. They also make kid ones as well. Don't forget to pick yourself up some of these amazing hats from Slouchheadwear!!
Now one thing that I do know is Makeup! I don't have one signature look that I do everyday. Actually thats a lie, my signature every day look is no makeup at all. I like to "embrace thy bare face" all too often. When I do do my makeup, it's always different. I just kinda go with the flow and add a little here and add a little there and BOOM! My makeup is done.
Because I have deep set eyes, I don't like to use a lot of eyeliner. They already have enough shadows and darkness to them that adding liner makes them look smaller and darker. If I do use a liner, I do a very thin line on the top and usually a brown shadow right along my lower lash line. I also like to use a very light peach color or white in my water line. It helps open up my eyes. I really like to focus on my crease and leave my eyelids bare or with a light eyeshadow on them. Then I just slap on my two or three (don't laugh) different kinds of Mascara and TA DA!!
My hair was freshly washed (it's a rarity) and I used a Hot Tools 2in curling iron.
Scarf / similar here