OMG!!! Generation Beauty was a blast! But let’s start from the beginning.
After having breakfast at the hotel, we and my mom, hailed a taxi to go to the Pier 92. The weather kind of sucks (still does). But the weather couldn’t ruin my excitement for the day. When we got to the second floor of the Pier 92, I got even more excited. We got into line to wait until 11 AM to get inside. While we were in line, the registration girls checked out tickets and gave us markers and attendee liners. Just having that pink liner with the names of all the companies present at the Generation Beauty took me through the roof.
Right after getting inside, we got to the tipsy store. I didn’t buy anything there, but did leave my signature right next to Desi’s.
The line up to the Benefit was closed for 15 minutes, and I didn’t want to wait, so I decided to comeback at the end. Even though, when I got back, they were having meet and greet with Patrick Starr and Mani in there, but I was so tired, and didn’t want to wait in line for them. But, seeing them IRL was kind of cool!
Second place I went to was Moroccan Oil booth. They were giving out bags, which were amazingly big, because they fit all of the stuff I got at the convention. I also got to try out their new body creams and omg, I cannot stop smelling my hand. Made it so soft.
We passed by NYX cosmetics. Got my conturing done. My mom was right in the morning, when she told me not to put a lot of make up. I got most of my make up done there. We also got out hair done by Eva NYC. I decided to buy there hair mask, for only $12! Smells amazing, and promising to fix damaged hair. With all of the damage in my hair, it should work beautifully. I will definitely write a review, when I try it out.
We left around 2:40, got really tired and hungry. And of course we got out gift bag! That is the best thing in the world. Every company present gave a gift to everyone. I basically in makeup heaven!
And because my mom was with me, I have 2 bags of goodness!
More detailed pictures and a haul you could expect to see tomorrow, or next week.
But for now, have a wonderful day,