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Socialite Adventures: A Chicago Night of Asian Fun Compliments of Cathay Pacific

My mother is a frequent traveler/agent, so she was invited to a party celebrating the fact that Cathay Pacific has started traveling from Chicago to Hong Kong and had me along as her date for an evening of cocktails, food, and Asian art.  

Never one to miss a chic event, I had a lot of fun dolling up for it.  Natural sexy makeup (ya'll know that I never do natural makeup, hate the neutral boring vibe, but it was fun to do something different!) was the look that I decided to go with since I'd be around posh sophisticated people:

Products Used: 

Make Up For Ever Mat Velvet Foundation in #70 Caramel

Urban Decay Naked Palette (Sin on lids, Darkhorse in crease, naked as highliter under brows)

Black Radiance Liquid liner in black

Nars Taos Blush

Sleek Face Contour Kit in Dark

Urban Decay body powder in Cocoa

Clinique Bottom Lash Mascara


Very good evening overall and I hope to fly the Cathay Pacific to Asia someday.  Those green tea macaroons pictured above were splendid; I never thought much of macaroons as I never saw them as being divine like a thick fudgy brownie or gooey like fresh chocolate chip cookies, but I think that I may be transitioning over to the macaroon side.  Those plus some red velvet ones that I had a month ago are trying their best to convert me and I feel that they are winning.

Have you ever flown with Cathay Pacific?  


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