New Years Tutorial

Hey Everyone! Sorry I am a little late on creating this look but here is a New Years inspired tutorial. This look is a soft cut crease so it can be worn out on New Years Day as well as New Years Eve. I thought I would be a little different and make a wearable New Years look that isn’t too extreme. Of course you can change the colors to make them bold for tonight or you can leave them soft. Hope you enjoy and try this tutorial out.

Happy New Year

– the Glossmoppet  


First Impression: Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette

Too Faced Chocolate Bar

Hey everyone! So I know I am a little late but I just bought the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette and I am so excited about it!  The first thing that surprised me when I opened the box was how good the makeup actually smelled!

I played with the colors for the first time today.  I really loved how each color was so pigmented. It has a lot of wearable shades with a few exotics thrown in for fun. The colors stay on and look great all day long! The only  negative I see is that I don’t like how the company just put the color names on a sheet of plastic instead of on the palette itself, making it annoying to find out the names when I reference them in tutorials, other than that little issue this pallette rocks!

This is the first Too Faced product I’ve  purchased and overall, I was truly satisfied with the results!  If you are hunting for a new palette I think this one is a must.

 Please stay tuned, a tutorial with this awesome new palette is coming very soon! Don’t forget to subscribe to my youtube channel and thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂 Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a fantastic 2015!


Winter Inspired Look: Vampy Lips


Get Ready With Me: Holiday Silver Sparkly Eye!



Soft Eye and Bold Lip Makeup Tutorial

Winter is coming and I wanted to do something wild, so I created this Bold lip tutorial inspired by some of the fall and winter trends this year. If you decide to try it out tag me on Instagram @theglossmoppet. or use #theglossmoppet so I can see what you created. Hope you enjoy!

Here is the link.