October Glam Bag unboxing

Hi everyone,

First off, I want to say that I know I’m a couple of days late with this so I want to apologize, I’ve been crazy busy. But anyway, I received my October Glam Bag from Ipsy the other day and I wanted to go through it with you guys. The theme for this month is Ipsy Spellbound. It’s about embracing everything bewitching and what this time of year brings, I love this time of year so I think this is a great theme. Something I don’t often talk about is the little cards that come in the bags, they usually have the hashtag for the month and explain what the theme is. This one in particular says In my defense the moon was full and I was left unsupervised. I think that it’s hilarious and completely accurate. Moving on to the bag itself, it’s red with a lace overlay and a little black bat as the zipper. It’s adorable and is perfect for Halloween without being overkill.

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The first thing in this month’s bag is the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream. You guys know how much I love First Aid Beauty, so I was excited when I saw this. I don’t have particularly dry skin but this time of year with the cold I do find myself moisturizing more, especially as the day goes on, so I think I’ll get a lot of use out of this.

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Next we have the Dirty Little Secret Cosmetics eyeshadow in Bronzed. My only previous experience with Dirty Little Secret Cosmetics was one of their blushes, which I loved, so I was interested to see what their eyeshadows would be like. I can only describe this color as a dirty gold. I haven’t worn it yet, but I have swatched it and it’s quite pretty. It has a nice sparkle to it, it’s very pigmented and it’s buildable. All good things and I can’t wait to wear it.

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The next product is the Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Perversion. I always say that subscribing to Ipsy was the best thing for my eyeliner collection but it’s true and I’m not complaining about it. I wore this the other day and I bloody love it, it glides on so smooth, doesn’t smudge and it truly lasts all day. Definitely recommend it and it comes in a bunch of different and fun colors.

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Second to last we have a product that I already love and brand that I have quickly come to love and it’s the MDMflow Liquid Matte Lipstick in Retro. I love a liquid lipstick, most days that’s what I go for so I was intrigued when I saw this in the bag. I’ve honestly fallen in love with it, I will post a picture of myself wearing it, but I did forget the other day. Besides the color being lovely, the formulation as well as the staying power are amazing. I’ll for sure be purchasing other MDMflow lipsticks and I highly recommend them, great brand.

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And lastly, we have a Pretty Woman NYC nail polish in Wine With Ice, Garçon. I’m wearing now and it’s so pretty. It’s a deep wine color and if you wrapped up fall in a bag and put a bow on it, it would look like this nail polish. Some of the things I love about the Pretty Woman nail polishes is they’re long lasting, quick drying and high shine. If you’re looking for a good nail polish, check them out.

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That about wraps it up for this post, if you guys got any of the same products in your October Glam Bag let me know and if not I’d love to know what you did get in your bag.

Until next time, enjoy your products and I can’t wait to see what I get next month :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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Racing in Texas

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Dallas, Texas for the AAA Texas NHRA Nationals, the fourth race in the Countdown. And what an intense race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Steve Torrence (3.68) vs #16 Blake Alexander (3.84), #2 Tony Schumacher (3.69) vs #15 Terry Haddock (3.84), #3 Antron Brown (3.69) vs #14 Shawn Reed (3.81), #4 Doug Kalitta (3.70) vs #13 Kebin Kinsley (3.81), #5 Brittany Force (3.74) vs #12 Terry McMillen (3.81), #6 Leah Pritchett (3.74) vs #11 Scott Palmer (3.77), #7 Shawn Langdon (3.74) vs #10 Clay Millican (3.77) and #8 Richie Crampton (3.74) vs #9 Billy Torrence (3.77). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Steve Torrence (3.68) and Richie Crampton (3.68), Doug Kalitta (3.86) and Brittany Force (3.70), Terry Haddock (4.04) and Shawn Langdon (3.99) and Antron Brown (3.72) and Leah Pritchett (3.72). In the second round Steve Torrence had an scary crash, but he was alright and was able to bring out a backup car for the next round. The semifinals were Steve Torrence (3.72) vs Brittany Force (3.71) and Shawn Langdon (5.86) vs Antron Brown (3.68). The finals featured Brittany Force (3.68) and the Monster Energy team and Shawn Langdon (3.70) and the Global Electronic Technology team. With the winner being Brittany Force (3.68). This is Brittany’s third win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Robert Hight (3.87) vs #16 Jim Campbell (4.13), #2 Ron Capps (3.87) vs #15 Del Worsham (4.11), #3 Jack Beckman (3.87) vs #14 JR Todd (3.99), #4 Jonnie Lindberg (3.87) vs #13 Matt Hagan (3.99), #5 Tim Wilkerson (3.90) vs #12 Cruz Pedregon (3.98), #6 Courtney Force (3.92) vs #11 Daniel Wilkerson (3.98), on Friday during qualifying Daniel Wilkerson had a crazy explosion. If you haven’t seen it, it’s on the NHRA’s YouTube channel. #7 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93) vs #10 John Force (3.95) and #8 Bob Tasca (3.94) vs #9 Alexis DeJoria (3.94). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Robert Hight (3.82) and Alexis DeJoria (3.93), Jonnie Lindberg (4.37) and Tim Wilkerson (3.88), Ron Capps (4.28) and John Force (4.41) and Jack Beckman (4.59) and Daniel Wilkerson (3.97). The semifinals were Robert Hight (3.86) vs Tim Wilkerson (3.90) and Ron Capps (3.92) vs Jack Beckman (5.08). The finals featured Robert Hight (3.89) and the AAA team and Ron Capps (3.90) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Robert Hight (3.87). This is Robert’s fourth win of the season and gives John Force Racing the double up.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Bo Butner (6.58) vs #16 Shane Tucker (6.73), #2 Jason Line (6.62) vs #15 Alan Prusiensky (6.69), #3 Tanner Gray (6.62) vs #14 Deric Kramer (6.68), #4 Greg Anderson (6.62) vs #13 Larry Morgan (6.67), #5 Erica Enders (6.62) vs #12 Kenny Delco (6.65), #6 Brian Self (6.63) vs #11 Allen Johnson (6.65), #7 Alex Laughlin (6.63) vs #10 Chris McGaha (6.64) and #8 Drew Skillman (6.63) vs #9 Jeg Coughlin (6.63). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Bo Butner (6.53) and Drew Skillman (6.55), Greg Anderson (technical issue gave him a 4.30 time) and Erica Enders (6.70), Jason Line (6.55) and Alex Laughlin (6.56) and Tanner Gray (6.53) and Brian Self (6.56). The semifinals were Drew Skillman (6.53) vs Greg Anderson (6.57) and Jason Line (6.55) vs Brian Self (6.56). The finals featured Drew Skillman (6.55) and the Ray Skillman Chevrolet team and Jason Line (6.59) and the Summit Racing Equipment team. With the winner being Jason Line (6.54). This is Jason’s second win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Eddie Krawiec (6.86) vs #16 David Hope (7.16), #2 Jerry Savoie (6.87) vs #15 Gunner Courtney (7.12), #3 Andrew Hines (6.87) vs #14 Mark Paquette (7.08), #4 Scotty Pollacheck (6.87) vs #13 Steve Johnson (7.01), #5 Angie Smith (6.88) vs #12 Mike Berry (7.00), #6 Matt Smith (6.88) vs #11 Melissa Surber (6.98), #7 LE Tonglet (6.89) vs #10 Joey Gladstone (6.95) and #8 Hector Arana Jr (6.90) vs #9 Karen Stoffer (6.91). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Eddie Krawiec (6.88) and Karen Stoffer (6.95), Scotty Pollacheck (6.94) and Angie Smith (6.88), Jerry Savoie (6.85) and Joey Gladstone (6.91) and Andrew Hines (6.93) and Matt Smith (6.90). The semifinals were Eddie Krawiec (6.78) vs Scotty Pollacheck (6.89) and Jerry Savoie (6.84) vs Matt Smith (6.86). The finals featured Eddie Krawiec (6.85) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team and Jerry Savoie (6.86) and the White Alligator Racing team. With the winner being Eddie Krawiec (9.33). This is Eddie’s sixth win of the season.

Some news coming out of the Nitro categories, Alexis DeJoria announced that at the end of the season she will be retiring and she will be missed.

Filling her spot in the Funny Car ranks will be her Kalitta Motorsports teammate Shawn Langdon and I’m interested to see how the transition from Top Fuel to Funny Car is for Shawn.

The next race will be the NHRA Toyota Nationals, October 26-29 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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Mini beauty haul- Fall 2017

Hi everyone,

Today I wanted to talk about a few products I’ve recently purchased and have been loving. The first is the Tarte Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder. For a long time I was using the e.l.f. HD Powder and loving it, still love it, and around the time I was almost out of it I was hearing good things about this powder so I decided to try it. I love Tarte anyway so I knew it would be good and it is. It leaves you with a nice natural looking, matte finish. I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a good finishing powder.

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The next product is the Sephora Contour Eye Pencil, 12 hour wear in 01 Black Lace. This is waterproof and has a matte finish. When it comes to eyeliners I don’t have a whole lot of pencils, it’s mostly liquid liners, so in an effort to try and even that out I picked this up and I honestly really like it. It goes on smooth, it is long lasting and it comes in a lot of different colors and a couple different finishes. I’m for sure going to be going back and buying a couple more.

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And lastly we have an Urban Decay Vice liquid lipstick in shade Amulet. The Urban Decay Vice lipsticks are some of my absolute favorites. There are a ton of different colors and I think six different finishes and I love them. I have the shade 1993 in the Comfort Matte finish, it’s a darker brown and I really like it, I’ll link the post below where I originally talked about it so you guys can see it. This lipstick on the other hand is more of a rosey brown and it’s highly pigmented. I really recommend the Vice lipsticks in any shade or finish.

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That about wraps it up for this post, I always enjoy doing hauls so look for more of these posts in the future.

Until next time, if any of you guys have tried these let me know and you can never have too many beauty products :).

-K

Sephora Haul (Vice lipstick post):

https://kyranycoleblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/07/sephora-haul/

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September favorites

Hi everyone,

I’m a little bit late with this, but today I wanted to talk about my September favorites. September honestly flew by and I can’t believe we’re into the first week of October and I’m already planning my Halloween costume. So the first thing I want to talk about is beauty. I have a few favorites from my September Glam Bag, if you haven’t read that post I will link it down below. My first Glam Bag favorite is the bag itself, it fit the Ipsy Boss theme perfectly. I love the black and gold with the spikes and I’ve been carrying this in my handbag since I got it and I love it.

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My next favorite is the Pixi by Petra Beauty Blush Duo in Peach Honey. This has a great shimmer, it’s nicely pigmented and the lighter shade is great on it’s own as a highlighter.

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My third Glam Bag favorite is the ColourPop Lippie Stix in the shade Glam Bag. I really liked this shade when I swatched it and even more when I put it on. It’s matte, which I love and it doesn’t feel heavy on the lips. If you haven’t checked out ColourPop already, definitely do. Their lipsticks are fantastic.

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My last Glam Bag favorite is the Adesse New York Organic Infused Gel Effect nail lacquer in Deception. I really liked the color of this nail polish when I saw it. I love grey nails, especially this time of year and this didn’t disappoint. I highly recommend Adesse New York if you’re looking for a good nail polish.

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Moving on I have a couple of food favorites, the first is the Vanilla Blueberry Kind bars. I always keep bars like these in my handbag, they’re a great on the go snack and lately Kind bars have been my favorite brand. These ones specifically have blueberries, vanilla, and 5 super grains, oats, millet, amaranth, buckwheat and quinoa. They really are so good.

And my last food favorite is on the other side of the healthy spectrum and they are the Strawberry Peanut M&M’s. I don’t always eat M&M’s, but I saw these in the grocery store and I couldn’t help but pick them up and they were delicious.

And lastly, I have a music favorite and it’s Ringo Starr’s new album Give More Love. Top to bottom this is truly fantastic. Some of my favorite songs from this album are Give More Love and Standing Still. If you haven’t heard any of this album yet definitely check it out on iTunes or YouTube, it’s worth a listen.

That about wraps it up for this post, if we have any of the same favorites let me know and if not I’d love to know what you loved during September.

Until next time, enjoy your favorites and I hope everyone had a great September :).

-K

September Glam Bag post:

https://kyranycoleblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/22/september-glam-bag-unboxing/

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Racing in Missouri

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to St. Louis, Missouri for the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals, the third race in the Countdown and what a great race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, Clay Millican set the new national ET record with a 3.631 at 330.39, and the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.63) vs #16 Kyle Wurtzel (3.86), #2 Leah Pritchett (3.67) vs #15 Ashley Sanford (3.84), #3 Tony Schumacher (3.68) vs #14 Troy Buff (3.83), #4 Doug Kalitta (3.68) vs #13 Scott Palmer (3.78), #5 Brittany Force (3.69) vs #12 Pat Dakin (3.76), #6 Antron Brown (3.69) vs #11 Terry McMillen (3.74), #7 Steve Torrence (3.69) vs #10 Shawn Langdon (3.72) and #8 Dom Lagana (3.71) vs #9 Richie Crampton (3.71). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.66) and Dom Lagana (3.72), Doug Kalitta (3.84) and Brittany Force (3.64), Leah Pritchett (3.67) and Steve Torrence (3.67) and Tony Schumacher (3.69) and Antron Brown (3.72). The semifinals were Dom Lagana (3.73) vs Doug Kalitta (3.71) and Steve Torrence (3.67) vs Antron Brown (3.69). The finals featured Doug Kalitta (3.71) and the Mac Tools team and Steve Torrence (3.68) and the Capco team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.68). This is Steve’s eighth win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Robert Hight (3.83) vs #16 Dale Creasy Jr (4.03), #2 John Force (3.83) vs #15 Brian Stewart (4.01), #3 Ron Capps (3.84) vs #14 Jim Campbell (4.00), #4 Alexis DeJoria (3.86) vs #13 Cruz Pedregon (3.97), #5 Jonnie Lindberg (3.87) vs #12 Tim Wilkerson (3.92), #6 Jack Beckman (3.87) vs #11 Del Worsham (3.91), #7 Courtney Force (3.87) vs #10 JR Todd (3.90) and #8 Matt Hagan (3.89) vs #9 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.89). The winner and who they would face in the second round were Robert Hight (3.87) and Matt Hagan (3.83), Alexis DeJoria (3.88) and Jonnie Lindberg (3.94), John Force (5.56) and Courtney Force (3.88) and Ron Capps (3.90) and Jack Beckman (3.85). The semifinals were Robert Hight (3.91) vs Jonnie Lindberg (3.87) and John Force (3.91) vs Ron Capps (3.88). The finals featured Jonnie Lindberg (3.89) and the Head Racing team and Ron Capps (3.90) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (3.87). This is Ron’s eighth win of the season.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.50) vs #16 Dave River (6.90), #2 Bo Butner (6.51) vs #15 Mark Hogan (6.73), #3 Jason Line (6.51) vs #14 Alan Prusiensky (6.62), #4 Drew Skillman (6.51) vs #13 Brian Self (6.59), #5 Chris McGaha (6.52) vs #12 Jeg Coughlin (6.57), #6 Tanner Gray (6.52) vs #11 Deric Kramer (6.57), #7 Erica Enders (6.55) vs #10 Allen Johnson (6.56) and #8 Alex Laughlin (6.55) vs #9 Larry Morgan (6.55). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Anderson (6.52) and Larry Morgan (6.65), Brian Self (6.61) and Chris McGaha (6.54), Bo Butner (6.52) and Erica Enders (6.56) and Jason Line (6.51) and Deric Kramer (6.59). The semifinals were Greg Anderson (6.56) vs Brian Self (6.59) and Bo Butner (6.56) vs Jason Line (6.55). The finals featured Greg Anderson (6.57) and the Summit Racing Equipment team and Jason Line (6.57) and the Summit Racing Equipment team. With the winner being Greg Anderson (6.57). This is Greg’s third win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looks like this; #1 Andrew Hines (6.78) vs #16 Andie Rawlings (7.65), #2 Eddie Krawiec (6.78) vs #15 David Hope (7.08), #3 Matt Smith (6.79) vs #14 Steve Johnson (7.02), #4 Scotty Pollacheck (6.80) vs #13 Ryan Oehler (6.99), #5 Jerry Savoie (6.81) vs #12 Marc Ingwerson (6.98), #6 Angie Smith (6.82) vs #11 Mike Berry (6.92), #7 LE Tonglet (6.83) vs #10 Joey Gladstone (6.88) and #8 Hector Arana Jr (6.83) vs #9 Karen Stoffer (6.85). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Andrew Hines (6.96) and Karen Stoffer (6.84), Scotty Pollacheck (6.84) and Jerry Savoie (6.81), Eddie Krawiec (6.78) and LE Tonglet (6.82) and Matt Smith (6.83) and Angie Smith (6.84). The semifinals were Andrew Hines (6.80) vs Scotty Pollacheck (6.82) and LE Tonglet (6.82) vs Matt Smith (6.82). The finals featured Andrew Hines (6.84) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team and LE Tonglet (6.81) and the Nitro Fish team. With the winner being LE Tonglet (6.79). This is LE’s sixth win of the season.

The next race will be the AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals, October 12-15 in Dallas, Texas.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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Racing in Pennsylvania

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Reading, Pennsylvania for the Dodge NHRA Nationals, the second race in the Countdown and what a great race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.69), #2 Doug Kalitta (3.70) vs #15 Audrey Worm (6.44), #3 Steve Torrence (3.72) vs #14 Terry Haddock (3.93), #4 Brittany Force (3.73) vs #13 Wayne Newby (3.87), #5 Tony Schumacher (3.73) vs #12 Scott Palmer (3.80), #6 Leah Pritchett (3.74) vs #11 Terry McMillen (3.79), #7 Dom Lagana (3.76) vs #10 Shawn Langdon (3.78) and #8 Antron Brown (3.76) vs #9 Richie Crampton (3.76). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.70) and Antron Brown (3.75), Brittany Force (3.72) and Tony Schumacher (3.75), Doug Kalitta (3.76) and Dom Lagana (3.79) and Steve Torrence (3.78) and Leah Pritchett (3.76). The semifinals were Antron Brown (3.77) vs Brittany Force (3.74) and Dom Lagana (4.30) vs Steve Torrence (3.76). The finals featured Brittany Force (3.90) and the Monster Energy team and Steve Torrence (3.74) and the Capco team. With the winner being Brittany Force (3.75). This is Brittany’s second win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Robert Hight (3.84) vs #16 Mike Smith (6.25), #2 Matt Hagan (3.87) vs #15 Jeff Diehl (4.77), #3 Ron Capps (3.87) vs #14 Jim Campbell (4.06), #4 Jonnie Lindberg (3.89) vs #13 John Force (3.97), #5 Jack Beckman (3.91) vs #12 Cruz Pedregon (3.96), #6 Alexis DeJoria (3.91) vs #11 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.95), #7 JR Todd (3.92) vs #10 Tim Wilkerson (3.94) and #8 Courtney Force (3.93) vs #9 Bob Tasca (3.93). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Robert Hight (3.87) and Courtney Force (3.96), Jonnie Lindberg (3.94) and Jack Beckman (3.93), Matt Hagan (3.91) and Tim Wilkerson (3.95) and Ron Capps (4.16) and Tommy Johnson Jr (4.22). The semifinals were Courtney Force (3.96) vs Jack Beckman (3.95) and Matt Hagan (3.95) vs Ron Capps (3.98). The finals featured Courtney Force (3.96) and the Advanced Auto Parts team and Ron Capps (3.94) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (3.96). This is Ron’s seventh win of the season and he retakes the Funny Car points lead.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Bo Butner (6.55) vs #16 Val Smeland (6.81), #2 Jason Line (6.56) vs #15 Alan Prusiensky (6.67), #3 Tanner Gray (6.56) vs #14 Larry Morgan (6.63), #4 Allen Johnson (6.57) vs #13 Kenny Delco (6.62), #5 Drew Skillman (6.57) vs #12 Jeg Coughlin (6.60), #6 Greg Anderson (6.57) vs #11 Brian Self (6.60), #7 Alex Laughlin (6.59) vs #10 Matt Hartford (6.59) and #8 Chris McGaha (6.59) vs #9 Erica Enders (6.59). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Bo Butner (6.59) and Erica Enders (6.65), Allen Johnson (6.64) and Drew Skillman (6.61), Jason Line (6.60) and Matt Hartford (6.62) and Tanner Gray (6.62) and Greg Anderson (6.62). The semifinals were Bo Butner (6.63) vs Allen Johnson (6.64) and Jason Line (6.62) vs Greg Anderson (7.46). The finals featured Bo Butner (6.65) and the Jim Butner Auto team and Greg Anderson (6.67) and the Summit Racing Equipment team. With the winner being Bo Butner (6.61). This is Bo’s fourth win of the season and he too, retook the points lead.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Scotty Pollacheck (6.82) vs #16 Andie Rawlings (7.78), #2 Jerry Savoie (6.82) vs #15 Lance Bonham (7.20), #3 Hector Arana Jr (6.83) vs #14 Charlie Sullivan (7.00), #4 Eddie Krawiec (6.84) vs #13 Kelly Clontz (6.95), #5 Andrew Hines (6.86) vs #12 Ron Tornow (6.95), #6 Karen Stoffer (6.86) vs #11 Steve Johnson (6.94), #7 LE Tonglet (6.86) vs #10 Angie Smith (6.89) and #8 Matt Smith (6.86) vs #9 Joey Gladstone (6.87). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Scotty Pollacheck (6.88) and Matt Smith (6.86), Eddie Krawiec (6.87) and Andrew Hines (6.90), Jerry Savoie (6.87) and LE Tonglet (7.08) and Hector Arana Jr (6.88) and Karen Stoffer (6.94). The semifinals were Scotty Pollacheck (6.90) vs Eddie Krawiec (6.87) and LE Tonglet (6.95) vs Hector Arana Jr (6.92). The finals featured Eddie Krawiec (6.89) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team and LE Tonglet (6.94) and the Nitro Fish team. With the winner being Eddie Krawiec (6.85). This is Eddie’s fifth win this season and third win in a row.

You may have noticed that Vincent Nobile was absent from this race, he and his team decided to sit for the rest of the season. They weren’t happy with their performance and are planning to continue next season.

The next race will be the AAA Insurance Midwest Nationals, September 29- October 1 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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September Glam Bag unboxing

Hi everyone,

Yesterday I received my September Glam Bag from Ipsy and wanted to go through it with you guys today. This month’s theme is Ipsy Boss. I think it’s a great theme, it’s all about empowerment and being the strongest and most fierce version of yourself. I really like the bag, it’s black and studded, it has a gold zipper and the material on the inside is a bluey purple color.

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The first thing is two sheet masks and they’re the Beauty Planner masks from Manefit.  The first is Mugwort, Astringent and Pore Care which is supposed to help with clearing your skin and moisturizing. The other is Lily, Whitening and Brightening which is meant to hydrate your skin. I love sheet masks, so I’m excited to try these.

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The second product we have is the Luxie Beauty 207 Medium Angled Shading Brush. Not only is this brush really soft, but it’s aesthetically pleasing and will look nice with my other brushes. I’ve said this before, but I strongly believe that you can never have too many brushes.

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Next is the Pixi by Petra Beauty Blush Duo in Peach Honey. This blush duo is honestly so pretty, and has a really nice shimmer and shine to it. I haven’t worn them together yet, but I did want to test it this morning so I’m wearing the lighter color as a highlighter and I like it a lot. Definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a good blush.

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The second to last item is the ColourPop Lippie Stix in the color Glam Bag. I love ColourPop, their lipsticks are incredible and I cannot wait to wear this. It’s matte and I’m all about matte lips right now and I think this is a great color.

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And lastly we have a nail polish. The Adesse New York Organic Infused Gel Effect nail lacquer in the shade Deception. I think the color is great, it’s not quite a gun metal gray, I would say it’s a shade lighter. But I love gray nail polish, especially this time of year.

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That about wraps it up for this post. If you guys got any of the same products in your September Glam Bag let me know and if not I’d love to know what you got in your bag.

Until next time, enjoy your products and I can’t wait to see what I get next month :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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