Check out my FOTD to see that you can rock a smoky eye with glasses -even if that makeup wasn't intended to be worn with glasses!
Show More Check out my FOTD to see that you can rock a smoky eye with glasses -even if that makeup wasn't intended to be worn with glasses!
Oy Vey! I didn't realize that comment about getting rid of foundations would cause such a ruckus! I got rid of a bunch of the foundations I had because I was mad at myself for spending so much on them. Sephora brands are really expensive and the employees don't get a very big discount, so I paid nearly full price for several $35+ foundations and many of them didn't match me or broke me out, but while I was working for them I really wanted them to work. My skin was really really horrible from Dec until about May, when I went back to Studio Fix Powder and my skin had chilled out. I've used some other stuff too that my skin seems to be fine with, like the Physician's Formula Powder foundation and Studio Sculpt etc. I also want to mention: Just because a foundation doesn't work for you doesn't make it bad! The MUFE HD foundation separated on my skin after about 3-4 hours and I tried every primer Sephora had trying to get it to work. Also I could not find the right shade for me- but I know from personal experience seeing it on clients and co-workers that it looks fabulous on all kinds of people. Sephora isn't chock-full of bad foundations that's not what I was trying to say- but the formulas that were great for me I couldn't find a match and the ones that matched I had skin issues with.
Also everyone asking why I quit: I left because it wasn't the right fit for me for my own reasons that I don't feel the need to make public. My job is part of my personal life, and I don't have to share every detail with you guys- I'm sure you can understand that. I'm not a Sephora-hater now, in fact I've been shopping there since leaving :)
On my nails: Mean and Green from th4e VV collection