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Thursday, April 1, 2010

I am going coo coo!!

Hello lovelies,

It has been a while, I hope everyone is doing ok. I have been so lazy to update my blog, I really have no motivation to do any makeup looks lately but I'm getting back on the path slowly but surely. I have given a little interest over the past 2 weeks ago. I did this look and I apologize for not remembering the products I used. I thought I had written it all down in my little notebook. [[slacker me]]


**Excuse my crazy hair & fake smile






I will return with a more motivated spirit, I am still waiting on my new camera memory card to arrive so I can snap away without any limits. I actually purchased the Kodak EasyShare Z1485 IS in black color and it's a refurbised camera. This is my first refurbished camera purchase, I was pretty iffy about it but I have been researching camera and found that the one I need is over $500 and that is definitely not in my alley right now. I need the Nikon D3000 or up. But for now I'll stick with Kodak which was about $100 and has 14 mega-pixels and really racking my nerve. It's a terrific camera but seriously all the settings are just making me go nuts sometimes (I need lessons on camera settings & terms) but I love the HD quality (amazing!!). Let me not go on about it, I'll just let you google it if your interested. If your interested in knowing which website I purchased it from just send me an email.
**Btw now you will see all my flaws, cause this camera picks up everything from my large pores to every facial hair!!! (beware)


Be fabulous!!

7 comments:

  1. it's pretty girl! we all get in our lil' funks.
    i used to sell cameras. if you are not enlarging to greater than 11x14" print, you really do not NEED anything greater than 5 megapixels. Nikon D3000 is sweet! i love the point & shoot class of camera though. I'm using a sturdy Olympus Stylus SW720. It has a steel body. Biggest repairs we saw in the camera shop where I worked were for dropped units. The result was usually a broken door (battery door) or something like that. That was why I wanted something w/ a steel body & image stabilization. I prefer my ancient Olypmus 3020 zoom though for more acurate colors.

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  2. love the eye makaeup hun very pretty..

    stop fakin a smile your to pretty to fake a smile!!!!

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  3. This is so so beautiful! One of my most favorite looks from you!:D

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  4. Ive bee been so blah about blogging lately too lol.. but I love this look. that bright pink is the business :)

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  5. Thanks lovelies!!!
    @ 1xellus- my previous camera was a Olympus Stylus. I love that brand. But the battery compartment has a piece broken off so it won't close correctly, have to go ghetto & use elastic bands to hold it...lol!! But it works fine otherwise.

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