EOTD/BOTD: Aromaleigh’s Rumina

Hey friends!

Last week I wrote about Aromaleigh’s Feast of Lupercal Collection, and I thought it was quite rude that I didn’t provide you with a look using those shadows. I mean you probably left that post thinking, “But what would I do with those eye shadows? Why wouldn’t Rebs help me?”

I’m here for you, friends.

Today’s EOTD is just one of the many looks you can create with the Feast of Lupercal Collection. (I say many because I have accepted Mr. Danger’s challenge to do a week’s worth of looks. And I am competitive. I will NOT FAIL.) And the Beer of the Day, Firestone Walker’s Double Barrel Ale, will go great with any of them!

PS: I feel like I’ve been talking about Aromaleigh a lot lately, so I just want to mention that I don’t have any affiliation with them. Every product I’ve mentioned has been with my own funds. I’ve just been digging them lately! 🙂

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Please enjoy your beer and makeup responsibly.

Eye of the Day: Aromaleigh’s Rumina from the Feast of Lupercal Collection

aromaleigh rumina

Oh eyebrows. You do what you want.


Rumina is a really cool eye shadow color. It’s light pink with a blue sheen that really comes out that a sticky base, (like the Glamour Doll Eyes Glitter Fix that I used here).

I used Rumina all over my lid and then used some of the colors from Urban Decay’s Naked palette in the crease, (Buck and Naked) Virgin on the brow, and a little bit of Hustle to darken the outer corner. I’ve also worn this look using Wet N’ Wild’s Walking on Eggshells if you’re looking for a cheaper option.

And I wore this look to work. I figured it was so soft that the blue sheen was still pretty professional. Sure.

Beer of the Day: Firestone Walker Double Barrel Ale

firestone walker DBA

Firestone Walker says: It opens with a biscuity toasted malt aroma and a hint of oak and vanilla.  Pale malts create a smooth malty middle with ribbons of caramel, English toffee and toasted oak.  A tribute to English pales traditionally fermented in cask.

Rebs says: That description is very accurate. This smells like yeast to me, and the first sip is kinda bready and malty. However, overall, it’s sweet and oak-y, a nice smooth, sipping beer. And at 5% you will be okay to sip away! This DBA may also be a great starter if you’re trying to get into craft beer, it’s got a really mild, almost fruity taste that I think would be accessible to newbies of the craft world.

Rebs Rating: 3/5 Beer Stars!

That’s it for today friends! Have a great Wednesday!

Questions of the Day:
-Are blue sheens work appropriate? I say yes.
-Have you tried the Feast of Lupercal Collection by Aromaleigh?
-What’s your favorite Firestone Walker beer?


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