What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty Book Review

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What Alice Forgot by Laine Moriarty Book Review | lookingjoligood.wordpress.comDon’t let the 487 pages frighten you away!  When you reach the end you will be wishing for 400 more pages!

Laine Moriarty is one of my favorite authors!  She has such a talent for writing that you feel as if you are part of the storyline.  I became so engrossed with this book that I couldn’t put it down.  I am usually in bed and asleep no later than 11, nope not with this book!  I stayed up until well past 3 am just so that I could finish reading What Alice Forgot!

So yeah, this book may be categorized as chick-lit, but I found that it really made me think about my own life. If something were to happen to me and I were to forget the last ten years of my life, what would I think about my “new” life? Would I be surprise by what…

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September Ipsy Glam Bag

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I can’t believe that another month has flown by and it is already time to receive another ipsy glam bag!  If you don’t know what ipsy is you can check out my previous post about it by clicking HERE  As usual again this month my daughter was very excited about seeing what the ipsy glam bag design was going to look like.  This month it is a gold faux leather bag with a raised texture pattern design with a matching tan zipper. She described this months bag as “really pretty with a ‘leatherish’ feel”.

Here is a picture of what my “glam bag sneak peak” said I would be getting in my bag this month…But it isn’t what I actually received.  Too bad, because I like the items they were supposed to send me better than the ones that I got.  Oh well, nothing I can do about it now.
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Swatches: Marc Jacobs Beauty Free Spirit Eyeshadow Palette (Holiday 2015)

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The Free Spirit eyeshadow palette is described as:

  • twenty day-to-night; luxurious textures; pure performance
  • plush eyeshadows 

There were no further description in the product box itself. As I swatched these on my arm, some shades were outstanding while others were okay. I noticed:

  • nine satin-matte eyeshadows (numbers 1-5, 11, 14, 16, 20)
  • seven pearlescent eyeshadows (compare Veluxe Pearl MAC eyeshadows)
  • three matte shadows with glitter (numbers 17-19)
  • one satin shadow with smaller amounts of glitter (number 15) compared to shades 17-19

The seven pearlescent shadows are instant favorites as they packed pigment and did indeed feel luxurious. However, there was some fall out but I am assuming I did not have to dip into them as aggressively as the satin shades. The satin shades in numbers 1 through 5 nearly killed me. They did not show up as great as the others. I will play with them more on my eyes rather…

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Moodlight Illuminating Powder Duo

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Talk about a jaw dropper. Here is that word again – my favorite word: illuminating. Tom Ford had me at that and many others I follow on Instagram. As I enjoy staring at this beautiful piece – here are a few more pictures from when I received it in the mail today. No – I haven’t the heart to beat it up just yet, I do plan to do so in the morning.

Here is a fantastic swatch from Kristina, you can visit her here: @cubicledweller


Here are a few other pictures I took today


 Here is the description from Bergdorfs New York: Tom Ford created this highlighting and illuminating powder duo to capture the two most flattering types of natural light on the skin: A soft white shade is like the luminous glow of daylight and a radiant golden shade is like the romantic illusion of candlelight. These…

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New Theme: Sapor

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Today, I’ve got a great new theme for you called Sapor.

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Sapor is a minimal theme that lets you showcase your passion, whether it’s cooking or gardening or healthy living. Whatever you enjoy, Sapor allows you to easily share that passion. This theme lets your content shine and adapts effortlessly to any device you view it on.

I designed this theme with food blogging in mind, though it works for many different types of blogs. Sapor comes packed with features, including a site logo, social menu, custom header, custom background, and an optional sidebar. You can also select from among several free color palettes, which are included in this theme.

Get to know Sapor in the Theme Showcase, or give it a spin by activating it from your dashboard.

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