Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation (51)
YSL Touche Eclat
Smashbox Blush Rush in Silhouette
Benefit Watt's Up
MAC Morning Frost paint pot
Urban Decay Naked palette: Toasted, Hustle
LORAC Front of the Line Pro
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Amethyst
MAC Lingering brow pencil
Benefit They're Real mascara
Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter in Creamsicle
Laura Mercier Nude Lip Glace in Bare Pink
So I realized, looking at these photos more closely, wearing white really makes my teeth look kind of yellow. Yuck!
Random fact (okay, long and boring story) about me: I wore braces for YEARS in middle and high school, because I had a huge gap a la Lara Stone. After my braces I *loved* my teeth - they were straight and even and perfect, yay! Well, a few years ago, my boyfriend cooked a delicious chicken dinner, and I bit down straight into my fork and chipped a piece of my left front tooth. I was so upset at first, but eventually I sucked it up and decided to leave it be. Well, with time the enamel at the bottom of my front teeth has faded a bit because they rub against my bottom teeth (I have a slight underbite - really it's more that my teeth rest on top of each other - not good!). Anyways, I think the fading is more noticeable in the chipped tooth and it bugs me when I pay attention to it. It's just one of those things that you know other people don't notice but drives you crazy. Do you guys have anything like that? If so, I'd love to hear about them so I feel like crazy! haha
Otherwise, I'm not that obsessive about my teeth. I don't use whitening products (sensitive teeth!), I just brush often and use dental piks like a madwoman (I have a permanent retainer behind my top and bottom front teeth, so flossing is a challenge) - if you need proof of my dental pik obsession, see my what's in my bag post and observe the big ol' bag of 'em I always have on hand! ;)
Wow, that was quite a tangent, right? Anyways, hope you all are having a great day and I'll talk to you again soon!
Thanks for reading!