My 5th edition of “What’s in HER bag?” features a makeup artist from Oceanside, California. She is a beautiful and talented women, who can’t wait to share her favorite products with SITNB readers.
Meet Toshira, a makeup beauty who can’t live without her Nars Sheer Glow Foundation. Want to know what her biggest makeup no-no was? Read on to find out.
If you are interested in learning more about Toshira please visit her site here.
Inside her bag:
- Korres Blush in 16 Pink
- E.L.F. Cream eyeliner in Black
- NARS Sheer Glow foundation in Macao. (I fill/carry this instead of the glass bottle)
- Buxom Amplified Lash in Loud Black
- MAC eyeshadow palattes.
- Various MAC brushes.
MAC meduim sac to carry all my favs.
SITNB: What’s your favorite beauty product of all time?
Toshira: Nars Sheer Glow foundation.
SITNB: If you had to pick three key beauty items what would they be?
Toshira: Urban Decay’s Original eyeshadow primer, MAC’s liquid liner & Rosebud Salve
SITNB: Who is your beauty inspiration?
Toshira: I am not a fan of her’s but Kim Kardashian’s makeup is always flawless and healthy. It is always the right amount of lipstick with the right amount of blush.
SITNB: What was your biggest beauty no-no (come on, we all have had them)?
Toshira: Oh jeez! Glitter eyeshadow sticks in 8th grade.
SITNB: Guys want to know: How much do you really spend on makeup?
Toshira: My most recent trip to Sephora was $115
SITNB: When did you first start wearing makeup?
Toshira: I believe in 8th grade. Just a little of eyeshadow, no face makeup. I didn’t wear foundation until last year honestly and I’m 22.
SITNB: What has been your biggest beauty splurge?
Toshira: Probably buying items for my kit. Covering a wide basis is way expensive.
SITNB: Do you have a product that changed your life?
Toshira: Again I’ll answer with Rosebud. I use it for everything. Cuts, burns, in my hair, as a lotion, and sometimes a moisturizer. It’s amazing and cheap!
If you are interested in learning more about Toshira and her beauty obsessions, please visit her site here.
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