Beauty Blog Link Love 13/02/12


Shivani at Adorable On Your Vanity thinks MAC Lady Danger is the baddest lipstick ever.

Checking out a new MAC Collection? FabDiva20 has a MAC Chenman Haul/Swatches that she wants to share including the infamous Force Of Love Lipstick!

Want red carpet ready hair? Madame B Fatale shows you how to recreate a messy french twist!

Beautifully Addicted To get themselves into a right colourful mess with their NOTD.

Shannon from Lipstick Musings has found yet another red to love in Chanel’s Rouge Allure Velvet #38, La Fascinante! She’s thinking it’s one of those rare reds that’s perfect for day or night. See if you agree!

What beauty lover isn’t intrigued by eyeshadow brushes? Certainly not the ladies from Beauty Info Zone. Find out 3 of Lisa’s latest brush loves. She’s sure you’ll want them too.

Head over to Makeup Morsels for an Arkenstone inspired EOTD and a completely imaginary (but still very cool) Middle Earth makeup collection.

Take a look at Makeup, Beauty and More’s Top 5 Pink Nail Polish Picks!

Fleurissante gives advice on how to pick the correct shade of the foundation.

It has been a great month for finding new “holy grail” makeup items for Pammy Blogs Beauty. Find out what made her Star Products list for the month of February.

Do you like baked eyeshadows? Then check out Anita’s swatches of the new permanent Mac mineralize eyeshadow duos and singles over at Pleasureflush.

Visit Handmade Reviews to read the new Sigma Performance Eyes Kit Review.

Did you love Adele’s performance lip color from the Grammys? Gouldylox Reviews did, and since she couldn’t find it, she got together with Three Custom Color to create it. Help her name it, and the winning submission will receive a tube of the lipstick!

Find out who exactly is Bun Bun, blog mascot of Bun Bun Makeup Tips, & enter Bun Bun’s first blogiversary giveaway!

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About Bun Bun

Hello! My name is Juli and Bun Bun is my alter-ego. I blog to share my love for makeup, how to apply it, and what works or what doesn’t work, all from an Asian perspective.

My first makeup product was a shimmery light blue lipstick which I proudly wore all over my eyelids and lips. It cost $2.50, felt like $250, and made me feel like a million bucks.

Throughout this blog you will see Bun Bun in different poses.

Instead of using numbers (3/5, 4/5) or alphabets (B+, A+) to rate products, I put Bun Bun in different positions and expressions to represent the rating given to the product after a review.

In Bun-O-Meter, the first on the list would mean a 5/5 rating and the last one a 1/5 rating.

You can always refer to the sidebar any time you don’t understand what Bun Bun’s pose means.

I hope you enjoy reading my makeup and beauty posts as much as I did writing them.

Talk to you soon! =)


Juli & Bun Bun