Category Archives: Youtube

I’m a finalist…

Hey “Savvy Readers!” I mentioned in my last post that I was about to journey into the wonderful world of YOUTUBE and I must say that I am super excited. Last month I was chosen as a finalist in the “The Next Rimmel 10” competition hosted by Rimmel London. Can you say “AWESOME!” Well, for the first challenge the “chosen few” (twenty to be exact) were asked to create a scandalous head-to-toe look using Rimmel London’s new ScandalEyes Mascara and document the look on video. So I have completed the first challenge and my first ever YOUTUBE video….wooohooo!  From the twenty finalist only ten will move forward and become “The Next Rimmel 10.” The winners will be determined by the number of votes on Rimmel London’s Facebook page. What does it mean to be “The Next Rimmel 10,” you ask? Well, if chosen I would become a Rimmel London brand ambassador which means I would represent the Rimmel brand, try out new/existing products and share my experiences with you on my blog, through Facebook and on YOUTUBE. In addition, I would also have to complete 10 beauty challenges throughout the year.

So “Savvy Readers” I need your help…check out the link below and vote for me! You must like Rimmel London’s Facebook page in order to cast your vote and my name on the voting page is Veronica G. You will also be able to check out my first ever YOUTUBE video and if you like you can subscribe to my channel. Thanks so much for your support and I hope you enjoy the video!

VOTE FOR ME USING THE LINK BELOW:

https://www.facebook.com/RimmelLondonUS?sk=app_131953440244471

Link to my YOUTBE page:

[youtube-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNXAS-HJoVo]

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Tribal Print Inspired Nail Polish

This season tribal print is everywhere. And I haven’t had any luck in my search for the perfect tribal print piece, so when I came across this nail tutorial on YouTube I fell in love. What better way to rock a trend then on your nails.

I opted to wear the design on my toes instead of my fingers (I figured it would last longer).

 Here are the results:

Tribal Print Inspired Polish

 
 
Here is a close up of my creation (please refrain from laughing at my toes, thanks!)

Close up of Tribal Print Inspired Nail Polish

 

Materials used:

Tribal Print Nail Materials

 From left to right:

Revlon Top Speed in Royal 730; Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Top Coat; L.A. Colors Color Craze in BCC 570; Love My Nails in White 560; Kiss Brush on Nail Art Paint in Black; L.A. Colors Art Deco in Red Glitter; Handy dandy toothpick used as my dotting tool (lol)

 

And here is the video inspiration: