Makeup

Shopping My Makeup Collection #1

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Welcome back to the blog. During this time of social distancing, I haven’t left the house in 6 weeks. I haven’t been working either, so I’ve been using the makeup I already own instead of buying more.

Tried for the first time:

  • Covergirl Lid Lock Up Eyeshadow Primer

Trying to use up:

  • Wet ‘n Wild Water Drop Primer in Cucumber
  • L’oreal Infallible Pro-Glow Concealer
  • Maybelline Fit Me! Matte+Poreless Setting Powder
  • Rimmel Scandaleyes Retro Glam Mascara
  • Maybelline Lasting Drama Matte Eyeliner

All time favorites:

  • L’oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation
  • Milani Silky Matte Bronzer
  • Maybelline Fit Me! Blush
  • Covergirl TruBlend Super Stunner Highlighter
  • L’oreal Rouge Signature Matte Lip Stain

Still trying out:

  • L’oreal Micro Ink Pen by Brow Stylist
  • Maybelline Cheek Heat Blush
Makeup

Will I Buy?-New Launches

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Here comes another post about new makeup launches and what I would love to buy. That doesn’t guarantee I will do it, I just like to share my thoughts and opinions with you. Today’s list has what is considered high-end (aka expensive) makeup brands. I actually own nothing from any of these brands (except Huda Beauty), so all I would say is going to be about packaging and colors.

DISCLAIMER: All pictures and information presented here was found on trendmood’s Instagram account.

First we have NARS limited edition Laguna Collection. From this summer collection, I’m into the Oil-Infused Lip Tint and the Powerchrome Loose Eye Pigments. The lip oil retail for $26 and comes in two shades: Laguna and Reef. As for the loose pigments, which retail for $28, Islamorada is calling my name.

Next, Huda Beauty with some Diamond Hydrating Balms that have a cool look and sheer pigmentation. They’re $25 each and comes in 4 shades. I like Negligee (sheer nude) and Dirty Thoughts (sheer lilac). Apparently, they launch in May. What’s already available is a highlighter by Fenty Beauty from their new collection Cognac Candy. The highlighter is refer to as Diamond Bomb in a copper shade for a retail price of $39. It looks quite pigmented and an amazing sheen (almost glittery), but for that kind of money I think I’ll pass for now.

I’m not a fan of any shade of pink but Sigma’s new collection called Cor-De-Rosa looks beautiful. The eyeshadow palette with 14 shades seems to have great pigmentation and retails for $49. In the lip department, I liked the Cor-De-Rosa Liquid Lipstick and the glosses in shades Cor-De-Rosa and Secret Garden. Each lip product (liquid lipstick and gloss) retail for $20. My decision is split here because I love the shades of the lip products, but I find them so damn expensive.

The Supreme Nudes Collection from Artist Couture looks incredibly luxurious. Love the 12 shades in the eyeshadow palette, they’re right up my alley. The retail price is $40, which I’m not thrilled about. There’s also 6 shades of Silk Cream Lipsticks and they retail for $18 each. Not sure which shade I like more, they all look gorgeous.

The Shade and Illuminate Face and Eye Palettes by Tom Ford are the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. Packaging looks luxurious and the shades are amazing. I’m so in love with two of them, Intensity 2 Moonlit Violet and Intensity 3 Moss Agate.

Pür Cosmetics will be launching a Trolls Collection related to the new Trolls movie World Tour. Everything about the eyeshadow palettes is precious and the pigmentation seems to be good. I like them all, but to be fair there are some colors that I already own. For example, the Funk palette reminds me of Colourpop’s It’s My Pleasure palette. So if I’m being realistic, I’ll probably buy Techno, Classical and Rock.

Life, Makeup

Keeping Myself Busy pt. 2

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For Friday’s makeup I use an eyeshadow palette from a tarte gift set I received this past Christmas. I haven’t wear a red lip in a while, so I decided to use a L’oreal Infallible Pro-Matte liquid lipstick in Matador. The rest of the day, I lost myself in Instagram seeing new makeup launches and creating a wish list (what else is new). Also, watched some movies with my sister.

I didn’t used makeup during the weekend and dedicated to start a new puzzle (2000 pieces). Also gave my dog a new plush toy, which only lasted 24 hours *sheds a tear*. Monday was another no makeup-day that basically consisted of me beading and trying to do some progress on the puzzle (which seems kind of impossible right now).

Tuesday was beading day for me. Today I didn’t work out but I put makeup on, and started working on some beaded bits for new jewelry I want to make. For my makeup I used some single shadows from Maybelline and Colourpop. Later, I tried a new project from a pattern I bought from an Etsy shop (ChikaBeadwork). The doily/coaster didn’t turned out perfect, but it wasn’t bad for being my first time. Started at noon, finished at 8pm and my back, neck, wrists hurt like crazy.

Makeup

Current Makeup Favorites-January 2020

Hi guys! Hope the holidays treated you well. I’m not going to tell excuses of why I was gone. I just needed some time to think and to find the motivation to continue writing. Now that I’m back, let’s talk about some makeup and don’t forget to follow me on all social media.

Let’s start this 2020 with my current makeup favorites (as the title says). These are products that I discovered or rediscovered in 2019. For most of the makeup categories, I have two or more products. The foundations I’ve been using lately are L’oreal Infallible Fresh Wear and Covergirl TruBlend Matte Made. The L’oreal foundation has a more “natural” finish, but the Covergirl is more matte. Both work quite nice with my oily skin and Puerto Rico’s tropical weather.

Rediscovered my love for Maybelline Fit Me concealer, for days where I don’t want too much makeup as it’s a lightweight formula. But when I need to cover my dark circles, I use the TruBlend Undercover concealer from Covergirl. It’s a somewhat thicker formula and you only need a tiny amount. To set my face, I’ve gone back to my trusty Stay Matte powder from Rimmel. I put all my bronzers in a drawer for the late half of 2019, because I discovered the Milani Silky Matte bronzer. The last face category is highlight and for this I have a few, three to be exact. An IBY BEAUTY Radiant Glow highlighter sample in 24k magic (received in a Ipsy bag), the megaglo highlighting bar from Wet ‘n Wild in 684 Earth, and Covergirl TruBlend Super Stunner Hyper-Glow in Pearl Crush.

For my brows, I’ve been using the Ultrafine Brow Pencil from Covergirl. Basically, every eyeshadow palette I’ve used in the past months are from Colourpop. My mascara combo is formed by Maybelline Snapscara and Covergirl Exhibitionist, they make my lashes look amazing. Don’t get me wrong, each mascara works wonders individually but since the Snapscara has dried a but, I find its better when used with another mascara. Still loving the lip liners from Jordana, they’re so soft and pigmented. Fallen in love with two lip products from NYX, the Butter Gloss which I’m starting to think that has been discontinued because I can’t seem to find it anywhere. The other one is the Lingerie Push-Up long-lasting lipstick, which is a pigmented matte formula. Lastly for lips, the L’oreal Rouge Signature liquid lipstick has a lightweight-matte formula with incredible pigmentation.

Those are the current products I’m using, let’s hope for a year full of more amazing products. Any recommendations? Let me know in the comment section 😉

Ipsy

Ipsy Glam Bag-Febrero 2019

¡Hola! Bienvenidos a otra reseña de Ipsy Glam Bag, esta vez para el mes de febrero. Ipsy es una subscripción mensual de $10 que incluye 5 productos tamaño muestra (maquillaje, cuidado del cabello y piel) dentro de una bolsa para maquillaje. La bolsa para febrero está hecha de un material plástico color rosa pálido con marcas de besos en rojo y la cremallera en un color rosa brillante.

Para este mes, incluí tres “add-ons”: un delineador labial, una brocha y una mascarilla exfoliante. El delineador Lip Contour de Huda Beauty en el color Famous, tiene una pigmentación increíble, es de larga duración y el color es hermoso. La brocha es grande para aplicar polvo de la marca F.A.R.A.H en 50F, la cual se convirtió en la borcha que utillizo todos los días para aplicar bronceador. El exfoliante, es de Sand & Sky Australian Pink Clay (Flash Perfection Exfoliating Treatment). Es un poco fuerte pero deja la piel suave al tacto.

Ahora hablaremos de las muestras incluidas en la bolsa, la primera es el rímel Lash Alert de Eyeko. Me gusta este rímel pero no estoy encantada con él, brinda volumen y no me hace tener ojos de panda. Aunque he notado pequeños pedazos del rímel en mi rostro. El siguiente products es una sombra de Space Case en el color No Reception, es un color bonito, pigmentado y de larga duración. Un delineador negro Fierce and Fine Graphic Pen de la marca Doucce, dura todo el día y es opaco.

Los últimos dos productos son mis favoritos para este mes. Uno es el brillo labial de LAQA & CO Prickly Pear pH Gloss, tiene un aroma dulce y no es súper pegajoso. Cuando trabajo a las 3 am, o sea las pasadas tres semanas, me aplico un poco de maquillaje y este brillo labial. También la crema Coconut Oil+Coffee de Purlisse, es cremosa pero no aceitosa o pegajosa. No me encanta el aroma (porque no me gusta el café) pero es bastante hidratante.

Eso es todo en mi bolsa de Ipsy para febrero. Lamento publicarlo tan tarde pero mi paquete llegó a finales de febrero y quería probar bien todos los productos antes de decirles lo que pienso.

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Makeup, Skincare

Recent Purchases

Hi guys! I’m back with a post about the purchases I’ve made in the past weeks.  First, I want to share with you my new adventure (if it can be called that way).  I’m now having a YouTube channel (which is in Spanish but I put English subtitles) where I will be sharing makeup, beading and life-related stuff.  So if you can’t wait for me to try the products in this post, go to YouTube on Friday and watch me try a few of these products on my face.  Now back to the post!

I bought makeup and a few makeup tools. Here I’ll just tell you what I bought, my thoughts on the products will come later (when I give them a fair shot).  So let’s get started.

For the Charlotte Russe makeup, I bought a Lid Love Eyeshadow Stick in Violet Smoke and a Velvet Lip Dip Matte Liquid Lipstick in Fearless (both are a purple shade).

Then I made a Colourpop order to try a few things.  Got a Creme Gel Liner in the shade Show Me, a Brow Boss pencil in Dark Brown, and a Super Shock Highlighter in Flexitarian.  The whole idea of the order was to get the new BFF Mascaras, so I got two: Black on Black and Blue Ya Mind.  Because I purchased two mascaras, I got a deluxe sample of Fourth Ray’s Come Clean Cleansing Duo.

I went to a beauty supply and bought three products for which I couldn’t find links for these products (sorry).  The sponge is from the brand Lukasi, and it already ripped in the middle when I was washing it.  An eye brush (kind of pencil brush) from the brand FakeFace Cosmetics, and a s.f.r. color eyeshadow palette with 6 shimmer shades.

Sorry for the dirty brush and stained sponge

Then I went to Walgreens to get a moisturizer because I’m running low on my current one.  But as everytime I go there, I got out with a lot more stuff.  From Garnier SkinActive, I got the Moisture Bomb Antioxidant Moisturizer.  Bought some face masks from Neutrogena, Hydro Boost Hydrating Hydrogel mask (sheet mask) and the Deep Clean Purifying wash-off clay mask.  Got the NYX Can’t Stop Won’t Stop foundation in the shade Medium Buff and a Walgreens Beauty Charcoal Infused sponge.  Finally got my hands on the new Maybelline Snapscara in Pitch Black, but also got two Wet ‘n Wild mascaras: Mega Volume waterproof in Very Black and MegaSlim Skinny waterproof in Black.

So that was everything I have bought in the past weeks, will definitely keep you updated on my thoughts in next posts.  Don’t forget to comment and share with your frineds, support is appreciated.

Ipsy

Ipsy Glam Bag-December 2018

Hi guys! Welcome to a new Ipsy Glam Bag review (better late than never). For those of you who don’t know what Ipsy is. It’s a $10 monthly subscription with 5 sample products (makeup, hair & skin care) inside a cute makeup bag. December’s bag arrived a bit later than usual. The bag is black leather with gold sequin fabric and a black leather tassel. Also, this bag came with 6 products instead of 5! Well, let’s get started!

Using the Sugar brow pencil, Nomad highlighter, and the Ciaté lip product.

The first product is the Ultra Violet Brightening Purple Clay Mask from Generation Clay. Love the purple color, not so much the scent. Bit I’ve used it and it left my face feeling soft and a bit tight. It’s nice and I’ll continue to use it.

Next we have a Scalp & Body Scrub from OUAI Haircare. It has a clean scent and the sugar crystals feel amazing on the skin. It’s not a harsh scrub, so my skin felt really soft after using it.

Also got a F. A. R. A. H tapered blending brush 35E. It’s super fluffy, soft and lightweight. I have 3 uses for it: setting my eye primer, applying my transition/crease color, and overall blending.

Now let’s get into the makeup products. I have the Sugar Arch Arrival Brow Definer in 02 Taupe Tom. The tip is in a triangle shape, the formula is a bit waxy and hard. It doesn’t glide on super easy, you have to work a little to get it on the skin. The spoolie works great, helps to blend the brow product.

Next I have a Nomad Cosmetics Around-the-World Light Infusion Powder in Ko Phai Ngan Moonlight. Which is a beautiful “holographic illuminator in duo-chrome glow with multi-dimensional, prismatic sapphire pearl finish.” It has a nice purple-blue sheen, soft formula and it blends like a dream.

The last product is a Transforming Glitter Liquid Lipstick from Ciaté London in the shade Infamous. It’s a fun concept but for everyday use, is not my cup of tea. Love the color, the glitter throws me off but I think I can make it work somehow (will let you know if any progress occurs).

Overall, it was a great bag and I liked basically everything. I’m currently waiting for January’s bag (think it’s getting here today or tomorrow).

Anyway, how were your bags in December and January? I love reading your comments, so let’s talk in the comment section.

Ipsy

Ipsy Glam Bag Review-November 2018

Welcome back!  Today I’ll be reviewing November’s Ipsy Bag.  Ipsy is a $10/month subscription that consists of 5 beauty sample products (makeup, hair & skin care).  Which cater to your needs and likes according to a quiz you fill out when subscribing.  Every month the makeup bag changes, November’s bag was made from a plastic material in a dark purple with small black hearts and gold zipper.  Now, let’s talk about the products.

We have once again 2 sheet masks, this time from timeless beauty bar.  As I’ve said before, I didn’t notice any change in my face after using them.  Smell is alright, and they have a lot of serum, so you’re left with an extremely wet face that feels sticky after drying.

Next, a Brow Wand (eyebrow pencil) from the brand Skone in the shade chocolate. I must say I’m impressed by this product.  I’ve been using it for the past 2 to 3 weeks and it’s good.  The formula is just right, it glides enough so it won’t pluck my brows but is not so creamy that it fades easily.  Great color match and duration.  Eyebrows look quite natural.

The Lottie London blush crush in zac (a magenta-like shade) is a great product. It’s incredibly pigmented, with just a tap it covers both cheeks.  And it doesn’t fade during the day, I apply it early in the morning and remove it at the end of my day at night.

Got a foiled eyeshadow from the Balm in the shade Cahoots (silver color).  Has great  pigmentation, when wet it looks even prettier.  Doesn’t fade and it applies smoothly with either a brush or your fingers.

Lastly, we have a mini Smudge Me Not liquid lipstick from Sugar in the shade 28 Trusty Rusty.  It’s a very Christmas-y color.  It goes smoothly on the lips, very thin formula so it doesn’t even feel like you’re wearing lipstick.

Loved this bag, almost every product was amazingly good for me.  Exceeded my expectations and I just hope it keeps getting better.

What did you get in your Ipsy bag?

Ipsy, Jewelry, Makeup, Non-beauty

Current Favorites

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Hello there and welcome back!  Today’s post is going to be about my favorites.  For some of these products, there might already be a post about it with more details, so I’ll make sure to link them.  As well as linking the products.  Let’s begin!

Can you guess what is my first favorite?  If you said L’oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Foundation, you’re right!  This is my go-to foundation because it keeps me matte, has great coverage and looks great on the skin (details/wear-test here).  Next products are from Colourpop, they are the primer and setting spray from the All Star collection (review here).  The combined use of these two products help my makeup stay in place looking good for more time.  Also, Colourpop’s No filter concealer is AMAZING!  Is the only concealer I’ve been using for months now (review here).

 

Now let’s talk about eyeshadow palettes because if I have makeup on I NEED eyeshadow.  For this topic, I only have two participants, the Dream St. palette from Kathleen Lights (Youtube channel here) collaboration with Colourpop and the Persona Identity palette.  Whether I use them alone or in conjunction, these palettes have great pigmentation and are easy to use for me (who sucks at making cohesive makeup looks).  Oh well, these are (basically) my life-savers when I don’t know what to do with my makeup.

Okay, those are my all-time favorite makeup products but there’s more.  Now I want to tell you about more recent discoveries that have turn into favorites.  The first is a combination of two mascaras that make my eyelashes look really good.  These are the Covergirl Peacock Flare mascara and the Maybelline Lash Sensational Curvitude.  Both in the waterproof formula, as I can’t do non-waterproof formula because Puerto Rico’s weather (sigh).  One coat of each and my sad little lashes stop looking sad & little.  As these combined lengthen, give volume and separate my lashes (not making them look all clumpy).

The next product is a bronzer, fact: I’ve never liked using bronzer (shocking, I know).  But is just I didn’t get why use bronzer to give color to the face when you have blush.  Anyway, I’ve recently discovered this Bettina Sun Splash Bronzing Powder in Light to Medium and my thoughts on the usage of bronzer have changed.  I mean, it still isn’t a necessity in my makeup world, but I guess it helps things to look better.  Although, I still think that if you’re a beginner in makeup, just start slow either with blush or bronzer because is easier and simple.

Lastly in the makeup category is a Smashbox Liquid Lipstick, thanks to Ipsy.  In my July’s Ipsy bag (review here), I got a liquid lipstick in the shade Stepping Out.  You should know that I’m up for that matte look, but I have never tried this formula before.  The ones I’ve used, and love are Wet ‘n Wild Catsuits and the L’oreal Infallible Pro-Matte Liquid Lipstick.  That’s another story (LOL), back to Smashbox.  Since getting the liquid lipstick last month I’ve been using it nonstop, it has quickly become one of my favorite lip products.  Not only because of the shade, but the formula feels good on the lips, not drying and lasts for a long time.  Although I love it I consider that paying twenty-something dollars for a lip product is not a good price for me, is expensive.  I just can’t justify it and for the time being I’ll stay with more affordable options.

Now that we’re done with the makeup (that was almost a full-face, LOL).  I want to talk about my absolute favorite nail polish shades from KL polish.  This actually is my favorite brand for nail polish and is the only one I’ve been using since it launched.  KL polish is a cruelty-free, 12-free of toxic ingredients and has a creamy, long-wearing formula with amazing shades.  The ones I love are Charmed, Mozart, Chloe, and That’s What She Said.

I’ve been obsessed with making beaded earrings and doing Sudoku (who else likes Sudoku?).  Making beaded jewelry has always been a hobby but for the last few years I’ve been trying to create a business out of it.  I’ll add a photo of my newest creations and link my Instagram, in case you want to check them out.  As for doing Sudoku, I got into it like four years ago when I downloaded an app on my phone to stay entertained when waiting for my next class.  Now I have the app and two books with 100 pages of Sudoku games with four difficulty levels (easy, medium, hard, and very hard).

Well, those are my current favorites and that’s all for today.  Tell me about your favorites!  Have you tried any of what I’ve been loving?  Do I need to try any of your favorites?  Let’s talk in the comment section *wink*.

Have a great day!

Ipsy, Jewelry, Jewlery Making, Makeup, Non-beauty

Favoritos Actuales

Saludos y bienvenidos.  Hoy les estaré contando sobre mis productos de belleza favoritos y otras cositas.  Para algunos de estos productos puede que haya una entrada en este blog con más detalles, por lo que me aseguraré de dejarles el enlace para que puedan encontrarlo fácilmente.  También les dejaré un enlace de los productos (que pueda encontrar en línea) para que los compren si desean probarlos.  Bueno, ¡Comencemos!

¿Pueden adivinar cuál es el primer producto?  Si pensaron en la base Infallible Pro-Matte de L’oreal, están en lo correcto.  Esta es la base que prefiero utilizar todo el tiempo porque me mantiene matificada, tiene gran cobertura y luce genial en la piel (detalles/prueba de duración aquí).  Los siguientes productos son el primer y setting spray de la colección All Star de Colourpop (reseña aquí).  El uso de ambos productos ayuda que mi maquillaje no se mueva y luzca bien por más tiempo.  También me encanta el corrector No filter de Colourpop.  Es el único corrector que he estado utilizado desde hace meses (reseña aquí).

Ahora hablemos sobre paletas de sombra para ojos porque cuando utilizo maquillaje NECESITO tener sombra.  En este caso tengo dos paletas que son mis preferidas para el día a día.  Dream St. de la colaboración de Kathleen Lights (canal de Youtube aquí) con Colourpop, y la paleta Identity de la marca Pérsona.  Las utilizo ya sea solas o juntas, tienen una pigmentación excelente y son fáciles de utilizar (ya que mis habilidades de crear un maquillaje cohesivo son escasas).  Bueno, básicamente estas son mi salvavidas cuando no sé qué hacer con mi maquillaje.

De acuerdo, esos son los productos de belleza que han sido mis favoritos por un largo tiempo, pero aún hay más.  Ahora les hablaré sobre unos descubrimientos recientes que se han convertido en favoritos.  Lo primero es la combinación de dos rímeles que hacen que mis pestañas luzcan fabulosas.  El rímel Peacock Flare de Covergirl y Lash Sensational Curvitude de Maybelline.  Ambos en la fórmula a prueba de agua, porque no puedo utilizar la fórmula regular debido al hermoso clima de Puerto Rico (*suspiro*).  Una capa de cada uno de estos rímeles hace que mis tristes y pequeñas pestañas dejen de lucir tristes y pequeñas.  Ya que alargan, dan volumen y separan mis pestañas (sin hacerlas lucir grumosas).

El siguiente producto es un bronceador, de hecho nunca me ha gustado este tipo de producto hasta ahora (increíble, ya sé).  Pero es que nunca entendía porqué utilizar un bronceador para “darle color” a la cara si existe el rubor.  De todas formas, recientemente he descubierto el bronceador en polvo Sun Splash de Bettina en el tono Light to Medium y mi opinión sobre su uso han cambiado.  O sea, aún no es una necesidad en mi mundo de maquillaje pero supongo que ayuda a lucir mejor.  Aunque creo que si eres alguien que está comenzando a adentrarse en el mundo del maquillaje, deberías ir lento con uno de los dos (rubor o bronceador) porque es más simple y fácil de esta manera.

Por último en la categoría de maquillaje se encuentra un labial líquido de Smashboxk, gracias a Ipsy.  En la carterita de Ipsy para el mes de julio (reseña aquí), se encontraba el labial en el tono Stepping Out (no pude encontrar enlace en el web de Smashbox).  Deben saber que me encanta ese look mate pero nunca había probado esta fórmula.  Los que he utilizado y me encantan son los labiales líquidos Catsuits de Wet ‘n Wild y la línea Infallible Pro-Matte de L’oreal.  Desde que me llegó ese labial en julio, lo he estado utilizando todo el tiempo y se ha convertido rápidamente en uno de mis preferidos.  No solo por el tono, pero la fórmula se siente increíble en los labios ya que no lucen deshidratados y duran un largo tiempo.  Aunque me encanta este producto de Smashbox, considero que para veinte-tantos dólares por un producto para los labios no es un buen precio para mí, lo encuentro caro.  Simplemente no puedo justificarlo y por ahora me quedaré con mis opciones más económicas.

Ahora que terminamos con el maquillaje, quiero decirles cuáles son los colores preferidos de esmaltes de la marca KL polish.  De hecho, esta marca es la única que utilizo desde que se lanzó.  Los esmaltes de KL polish son libres de crueldad contra animales, veganos, están libres de 12 ingredientes tóxicos (que otras marcas tienen) y su cremosa fórmula es de larga duración con colores increíbles.  Los colores que adoro son Charmed, Mozart, Chloe, and That’s What She Said.

En los últimos meses que estado obsesionada con crear pantallas y hacer Sudoku (¿A quién más le gustan los Sudokus?).  Crear joyería con cuentas siempre ha sido un pasatiempo para mí pero en los últimos años he tratado de convertirlo en un negocio.  Agregaré una foto de mis creaciones más recientes y un enlace para mi cuenta de Instagram, en caso de que quieran ver más.  En cuanto al Sudoku, comencé hace unos cuatro años cuando descargué una aplicación en mi teléfono para entretenerme mientras esperaba para mi próxima clase.  Ahora tengo la aplicación y dos libros con 100 páginas que tienen cuatro niveles de dificultad (fácil, medio, difícil, muy difícil).

Bueno, esos son mis productos favoritos en este momento y eso es todo por hoy.  ¡Cuénteme acerca de sus productos favoritos!  ¿Han probado algo de lo que me encanta?  ¿Qué otras cosas debería probar?  Hablemos en la sección de comentarios *guiño*.

¡Que tengan un excelente día!