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Baby, you light the world like nobody else!

Yes, yet another neutral everyday look. I love doing these, and I think you guys like seeing them? There’ll be a few more up, my makeup changes day-to-day, so I have many different variations of everyday neutral eye for work and school. Different brands and shades of neutrals will appear. Anyway, I hope you guys like this tutorial, and if you have any questions, just leave them down beloooooooow!

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in milk
– Mac eyeshadow in Vanilla
– Mac eyeshadow in Grain
– Mac eyeshadow in Copperplate
– Mac eyeshadow in Embark
– Mac fluidline in Dark envy
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

Face:
– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac bronzer in Golden
– Mac blush in Bite of an apple

Lips:
-Mac lipstick in Viva glam V

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He knows if you’ve been bad or good!

HO HO HO HO HO HO! And a merry merry christmas to everyone out there! This is the second instalment in our christmas/winter series and it’s my take on santa’s little helper/santa girl/daughter whatever you wanna call it. I hope you guys liked the tutorial, and if you have any questions, just leave them down belooooow!

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in milk
– Mac eyeshadow in Vanilla
– Mac eyeshadow in All that glitters
– Mac eyeshadow in Cranberry
– Sugarpill eyeshadow in Love +
– Mac eyeshadow in Embark
– Mac fluidline in Blitz&glitz
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

Face:
– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac bronzer in Golden
– Mac blush in Bite of an apple
– Maybelline lipstick in Red passion
– H&M eyebrow pencil in light brown

Lips:
-Mac lipstick in Lazy day

Somewhere over the rainbow!

The final look from me in the rainbow series people, the ultimate! A rainbow liner tutorial, like the one shown in out intro to the rainbow series. The beautiful aspect of all the pretty colours blended so nicely together to create one of the world biggest mysteries, the rainbow. So pretty and dazzling, like a unicorn. Well, enough with the rambling, I hope you guys like this and if you have any questions feel free to leave them down below.

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in milk
– Mac vanilla eyeshadow
– Mac omega eyeshadow
– Sugarpill eyeshadow in Love +
– GDE pigment in Light Flash
– GDE pigment in Electric lemonade
– GDE pigment in schitzophrenic
– GDE pigment in Shamrock
– GDE pigment in Bird? Plane?
– GDE pigment in Feline Fatale
-GDE eyelight in Glowstick
– Isadora liquid liner.
Face:
– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac bronzer in Golden
– Mac blush in Bite of an apple (limited edition)

Lips:
-Dior ultra glow lipgloss in 256

 

I know you want me!

As the party season is sneaking upon us, it’s time to bring out all the tricks and tips I have on different smokey eyes and effects. Smokey eyes are always fashionable and hot, but especially in these busy days, it’s nice to have a quick and simple way to do your makeup, and still look sexy and classy at the same time. To start this tutorials of, I chose the simple and not so very original silver/grey smokey eye. I’ve worn this look out several times(without sounding too much like a creature of habit..) and it’s always a hit. So I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial and I’ll have the product list down below!

– Are you a fan of the classic grey smokey eye or more colours?
– What is your favorite technique to use for smokey eyes?

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in Strawberry milk
– Mac vanilla eyeshadow
– Mac Electra eyeshadow
– Mac Bough Grey eyeshadow ( Limited edition)
– Mac print eyeshadow
– Mac Scene eyeshadow
– Mac Carbon eyeshadow
– Mac fluidline in Blacktrack
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

Face:
– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac bronzer in Golden
– Mac blush in Bite of an apple (limited edition)

Lips:
-Limecrime lipstick in Big pink planet

 

 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?

Links:

– VintageorTacky’s tutorial

– http://glamourdolleyes.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=31_32&products_id=473

 

Everyday makeup

When I go to school, I do my makeup very simple and natural looking. Not a big fan of that ten pounds of foundation and raccoon eyes. So I do my best, where I have kinda alot of makeup on, but it doesn’t look like I am. I switch my everyday makeup from time to time, but they all fall into the same category, neutral.

The first thing I did was to apply Urban Decay Primer Potion and NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil in milk all over my eyelids. This creates a nice light white, sticky base for the eyeshadow to stick to. After that I applied the MAC eyeshadow in Vanilla as a highlight to my brow bone and the inner tear duct and naked lunch all over the lid.

After doing this I applied Omega eyeshadow by MAC in my crease. Omega is a matte finish so you’ll have to blend a bit, but not too much since it’s a nice light brownish grey colour. And then I took satin taupe, which is a greyish taupe colour and applied it to my outer V, and blended it in with all the other colours. Make sure not to take it too far into the crease and apply some liner. I used black track fluid line from MAC cosmetics.

When you’ve done all of the steps above, just apply some mascara and do the rest of your face, and your done. If you’d like you could repeat the same gradiation of colour on you lower lashline as well, but I prefer to keep the lower lashline free for makeup, and that just makes my eyes look more awake. Here’s the finished look.

 

 

 

 

 

Silver Bullet

So when I came home from school today, I ignored my homework and sat down with my makeup collection. And I wanted to do something different.So I decided that I’m going to do a sparkle me up series, with different colours and glitters and ways to use them. I just placed an order with glamour doll eyes, and have some glitters coming my way. So this is going to be the simple silver holographic sparkle. Really pretty, and easily used when your going out without looking like a disco-ball. So I’ll show you pictures of the products and the finished look. Hope you guys enjoy!

The first thing I did was to prime my eyes with urban decay primer potion and NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil in milk all over my eyelids, and up to the brow bone.

Then I moved on to eyeshadow. I wanted to use a matte white highlight considering the fact that I was going to put glitter all over my lids, so I used MAC’s eyeshadow in Gesso under my brow bone and in the inner tear duct to give my eyes the move awakened look. And I also used my GOSH quad in smokey eyes. I used the light grey on the inner part of my lid and the darker one on the rest. After applying my lid colours, I went on to the crease. I wanted to make it dark and took MAC’s eyeshadow in Carbon and worked it into my crease.

Now the fun part begins. I used HOT makeups HOT mixing glitter. This product has to steps, but I only used step number 1, which is the glue. It kinda look like a mixture between milk and water, I know, gross explanation. But anyway, I put this all over the eyelid and then I applied the glitter. I used one by GOSH the Powder effect in 09 Holographic Silver, which is a silver with rainbow sparkles. The important step here is to apply when the glue is still wet (da-ah) or it won’t stick.

After that I just applied some liquid liner, and pencil liner to my waterline, as well as mascara and false lashes.

And this is the finished look. (The lighting is washing out the colours, they were much more vibrant in real life. Also the first picture is taken with a blitz and the rest was without)

*Non of the photo’s are edited in any kind of editing programs, and are taken in natural lightning.

– Are there any special colours you like to use in glitter looks?

– Do you have any favorite brand to buy your glitter from? Let me know!