It’s another Camp Gritty makeup look! I spent way more time and effort on my makeup this year than last year. Camp is such a fun and free space to express myself, so why wouldn’t I take advantage of that? I never get to wear colorful makeup in my everyday life so it was fun to try something new! Click below to read more about this Camp Gritty makeup look and how to achieve it!
After having so much fun at Camp Gritty last year, of course I had to travel once more to the woods of Tennessee to experience Camp again. I didn’t think Camp could get any better than what it was last year, but this year blew me away with the activities and attention given to every detail.
The dance party not only was one of my favorite activities, but one of my favorite activities to get ready for! One of the actual planned activities was getting ready for the party with makeup, hair and tons of glitter. My look last year was obnoxiously green, so I chose a different color to focus on this year: pink!
Want to know how I got this pink look? Read my Camp Gritty 2018 makeup tutorial down below!
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It’s almost 2018 which means it’s time for every writer’s year-end post complaining about how hard 2017 was or how they can’t wait to be out of this dumpster fire of a year. And while I can totally agree, one of my goals for 2017 was to remain more positive, and that’s how I’m going to look at 2018. I want this upcoming year to be filled with positivity, self-reflection and growth. My goals aren’t hard to achieve and aren’t some vague goal posts. Here are my goals for 2018!
Between August 13 – 17, I was at an incredibly wonderful space called Camp Gritty (blog post about Camp to come!) One of the nights was a giant dance party, and beforehand we got to get makeup-ready with total sweetheart and talented makeup artist Rosalina Young. You probably know her as ahitsrosa on Instagram and YouTube. She’s been on my favorite makeup artists and inspiration for years (you can see a look I did inspired by her here!), and being able to get ready with her was such a cool experience!
Sugarpill and Melt Cosmetics sponsored the party, and because of that we got to walk away with a pink eyeshadow and a lipstick! I chose Melt Cosmetics Blow as my lipstick and I based my makeup look around that lipstick. Learn how I achieved this look down below!