All posts for the month October, 2011

Fashion/Style: What I Do Part 2

Published October 30, 2011 by MyEye4Fashion

I was a little antsy for some reason, but enjoy!

Until next time 😀


NYX Round Lipsticks

Published October 29, 2011 by MyEye4Fashion

Hey everyone! I ordered some NYX round lipstick and they are sooo beautiful!!! Some pics below!

Ok, I took one pic with and without flash. Starting from the left I have Doll (pink), Goddess (light peachy-pink), Apollo (shimmery bronzy burnt orange), Galaxy (shimmery Taupe-y silver), and Bruised (Deep purplish brown)! Love them and they go on so smooth and I can’t forget to mention the matching colors attached to the bottom! I am getting two more round lipsticks in Snow White (deep red) and Milan (deep reddish brown)!!! I’m also getting two jumbo pencils in Milk and Yellow and a round lip gloss in Natural! I found all these on Ebay for a great price!

Hope you found this helpful!

Until next time 😀

Keeping kid off roof

Published October 28, 2011 by MyEye4Fashion
Keeping kid off roof

The Author of this post is Velma Baird

It is amazing how quickly things change. When I first had my son, I was so worried about something happening to him. I would wake up in the middle of the night to check on him. I would make sure all the doors were locked. I wanted to make sure no one could get into the house. Now that he is older, I have to make sure he does not get out of the house. I went to and researched all my options. I need to make sure an alarm goes off the second that child opens a door or window. I have found I am more afraid of him trying to get out of the house than I am of someone trying to get into the house. I knew right away he was going to be an explorer. When he was little, he would climbanything and everything. So I was not surprised when I found him outside his window on the roof. He acted like it was no big deal. In actuality, there are much worse things that can happen, but I want to keep him safe and I want to go to bed at night knowing he is safe. Wanting your child’s safety never changes, but the means of getting it do.