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Rainbow, unicorns and cotton candy!

The next instalment in the rainbow series is pink. Like every little girls favorite colour, and with lots of glitter! This kind of blends together with my sparkle me up series as well, so I hit two stones with one rock. It’s girly, sparkly and I love it. Hope you guys enjoy it!

– What was you favorite colour as a kid and now?

 Do you believe that everything’s better with sparkle?




Product list:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in Strawberry milk
– Mac yogurt eyeshadow
– GDE in unicorn
– Mac Omega eyeshadow
– H&M palette
– GDE eyelight in Ditzy
– GDE eyelight in Pink Cadillac
– Mac fluidline in Macro Violet
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac blush in overdyed

-Mac lipstick in angel

 Gold Digger!

So I watched some old youtube videos yesterday, and I came over VitageorTacky’s video on using a pigment to make your lipstick stand out and look super complicated, and I just fell in love. I thought I might try it out, and figured it might as well do a frame by frame, photo tutorial for you guys. It’s super simple, but so amazing. This look can be used with any coloured lipstick or pigment eyeshadow.

The first thing you need to do is to apply the lipstick of your choice on all over your lips. You might also want to use a lipliner if you plan to wear it for more than one hour. I used Girl About Town by Mac.

After this, you’ll need a pigment in the colour of your choice and a fluffy blending brush. I used Trophy Wife by Glamour Doll Eye. How you apply it is by dipping the brush in the pigment and softly applying it to your lipstick in circular motions. You’ll only need to lightly dust it onto the center of your lips.

I hope you guys enjoyed this simple, yet fun photo tutorial. All credit goes to VintageorTacky for showing this to the youtube society.

– What colours would you use for this tutorial?

– Would you ever dare to wear this in public?


– VintageorTacky’s tutorial



Lime me up baby!

So I know it’s been a while since my last post, but I’m back with a bright ass tutorial for you guys. I never wear this kinda eyelook on an everyday basis, but it you got the confidence or feel like it, go for it. I use it more for parties and such. About six months ago I would never even made this combination because I would never use it, but I’m building up my confidence day by day. Also, all the shadows will be from glamour doll eyes, I bought the sample sizes, so the pictures does not show how much you get with a full size jar. And you get free shipping world-wide with the sample, so helloooooo awesomeness. I got my packages a while ago they came ONE WEEK after I placed my order. That’s just crazy and amazing considering that I live in Norway and the company is based in America.

The first thing I did was to apply my UDPP and jumbo eyeshadow pencil in Milk from NYX all over my eyelids, as always, up to the eyebrow. After that, I applied the Glamour Doll eyeshadow in Electric Lemonade, which is an intense bright yellow colour on the inner corner of the upper lid.

You can see on the pictures just how intence these eyeshadow pigments are, it’s amazing! So after putting the electric lemonade I took the eyeshadow in Oddity. Oddity is this really pretty oh man, I can’t even remember how to describe the colour, you guys have to see it for yourself in the picture, awesome! But I put this on the middle of my lid and blended the two colours together.

Then I applied the all famous colour Shamerock in the outer corner and blended it softly together with the oddity.

To create a nice graded effect with the shadows on my lid and up to the browbone I took Frankenglamour and applied it through my crease. This makes the look more complete and more blended, you do not want to have any sharp lines, EVER! unless it’s a cut crease, but you know what I’m saying.

After that I just applied a matte white in Cloud coverage and applied some cobber glitter liner. Mine is just a cheap one from H&M, but it works wonders. It might sting a little when first applied, but if you can handle that, the outcome is amazing.

The only thing left after that is to apply some mascara, repeat the eyeshadow steps on you lower lashline, do the rest of your face makeup, and your done. Hope you guys liked this tutorial.

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