Love, Shelbey: My Easter Outfit & Makeup Ideas

Friday, March 29, 2013

My Easter Outfit & Makeup Ideas

Hello everyone! I hope you're all having a wonderful Good Friday! 

Today I'm sharing some of my Easter makeup and outfit essentials. I hope you enjoy!

So this is a dress I purchased back in February and had planned to wear it for my birthday. However, we always just go out to eat for my actual birth DAY so it's nothing too fancy (don't know why I even thought I was going to wear it haha) I actually found this at one of the last places I would ever expect to find a cute wearable dress....WALMART! I've noticed lately, that they've really revamped their clothing section. The best part was, it was only $14 which is an awesome deal.

Soooo, If the weather permits, I will probably be wearing this! You probably can't tell from the photo but it does have somewhat of a tribal print on it which I think is really unique for a pastel pink dress. It also comes with a thin white belt to accent your figure. Love that part as well! I think the length is appropriate as well, not too short and not too long.

If you're interested in this dress I know my Walmart still has them (in more colors now) I'd highly recommend this dress if you're still searching for an Easter dress!


Bare Escentuals foundation

Bare Escentuals Foundation

Of course I'm not doing anything dramatic for church and Easter dinner. I'll be sticking with my Original Bare Minerals foundation for light to medium coverage :)

I'll probably add a touch of my Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-hour Blush for long wearing color on my cheeks along with a light moisturizing lip color like my Revlon Lip Butters.

Hope you all enjoyed this quick post and have a lovely Easter weekend!

Until next time...



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