Friday, May 27, 2011

Just a quick update!

Right now, I'm planning a few features coming super soon!

One of my features is going to be about professional quality products for the fairly new to trying out pro makeup artistry (like me!) or the makeup artist veteran looking for some updated products to add to their kit.
The other feature is going to be about "beauty on a budget", some great picks that can be found at your nearest drugstore! So stay tuned!

-ash

6 comments:

D.Sadie said...

I can't wait to see these new features you'll be updating about. You have a lovely blog. =) I'm now following you, hun.

-Dinah
http://dgsbeauty.blogspot.com/

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