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I haven't posted a recipe in awhile. I have some laying around but decided to post something I made for the first time couple of weeks ago... hehe~
If you need some guidance with the ingredients, you can check my Korean Cooking 101. ;)
dried shiitake mushroom
kim-chi into small pieces
1 spoonful of red pepper paste
chopped green onion
I know it's kind of late, but I always say it's better now than never... hehe~ I'm going to talk about this eyeshadow palette I bought from Target end of last year. Unfortunately, they don't sell this anymore and for that reason there isn't a point of doing a review... hehe~ :X
"This is all you need! An eye palette designed to give you all the definition of a classic smoky eye but with a softer more subtle result. A deep rich smoky eye will never go out of style but there are times when you want that look with less intensity - this is the kit for you!"
Now I'm going to end this post with three looks I came up with from this palette... hehe~ There are many you can come up but that will be an endless post... eek~
click here to see the post). I learned my lesson from the first look to mix colors with other eyeshadows or else it'll look very shiny... hehe~ I used the same lid color from look #1 and mixed it with other eyeshadows brands.
If you guys want to know what exact colors I used or a tutorial, feel free to ask. Otherwise, I won't say anything... hehe~
Disclaimer: The products mentioned in this post are bought with my own money. I am not affiliated with any company nor getting paid to advertise any products. This post is written with my honest opinion.