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Burn baby, BURN!

Fire, one of my secret obsessions. I love fire, and without sounding like a total freak, they’re just so pretty. I got the sugarpill palette a while ago, and thought it was about time I did a look using more than just one of the eyeshadows, so here we go! It was filmed late at night, so the lighting isn’t the best, but what can you do? I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and if you have any questions, just leave them down below and I’ll answer them!

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in Strawberry milk
– Ben Nye eyeshadow in Iced Gold
– Sugarpill eyeshadow in Buttercupcake
– Suagrpill eyeshadow in
– Sugarpill eyeshadow in Love +
– Mac eyeshadow in Carbon
– Isadora liquid liner
– NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil in Yellow
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

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

Lips:
-Dior ultra glow lipgloss in 256

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Smoke weed everyday!

This tutorial is one of several I do on a day-to-day basis. I do different versions, by switching out the eyeshadows, but the technique is still the same. Not every smokey eye needs to be black, silver nor grey. It can be done with any colour at any time, and that’s what I want to show you guys with the future smokey eye tutorials. This is the perfect everyday smokey eye, different versions I’ll show you in future tutorials. And the red lips.. Well red lips are just me, the definition of me. I love them, I wear them, I rock them, ahaha. I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and if you have any questions, just leave them down below and I’ll answer them!

– What’s your everyday look?
– Would you ever wear dramatic lips on a regular basis?

Eyes:
– Urban Decay primer potion
– NYX Jumbo eyeshadowpencil in Strawberry milk
– Mac vanilla eyeshadow
– Mac eyeshadow in Kid
– Mac eyeshadow in Outre – Limited edition!
– Mac eyeshadow in Omega
– Mac eyeshadow in Handwritten
– Mac fluidline in Midnight Blues
– Maybelline Colossal mascara

Face:
– Mac pro long wear concealer
– Mac MSF
– Mac bronzer in Golden
– Mac blush in Well Dressed
– Mac MSF in Lightscapade – limited edition!

Lips:
-Gosh lipliner in simply red
– Maxfactor lipstick in Scarlots Ghost

 

Under mistletoe is where the magic happens!

Ho ho ho ho ho, christmas time is coming! I love christmas. I love the tree, the cookies, the christmas feeling, the presents, the snow, and just the adorable moments you spend with your friends and family.  This christmas is going to be perfect, all my friends are  coming home and I’m spending Christmas eve with my family. In Norway we open the presents on the 24th, and we dine and have a blast. So Lina and I decided to do a range of christmas/winter inspired series for the channel.  So Lina was first out with a tutorial in this series, and she did a mistletoe inspired tutorial.By incorporating the white, silver and green you have the basic mistletoe. The red lipstick is mainly representing the red ribbon one usually ties the mistletoe with, continue watching our channel for more Christmas looks!  I hope you guys like it and if there’s any questions leave them down below.

Products Used: 
– Urban Decay Primer Potion
– Naked Lunch Eyeshadow by MAC
– Kush Eyeshadow by Urban Decay
– Loaded Eyeshadow by Urban Decay
– Perversion Eyeshadow by Urban Decay
-Silver Glitter Eyeliner by H&M
– Contour Khöl Pure White by L’oreal
– Colossal Volume Mascara by Maybelline
– Studio Fix Fluid foundation by MAC
– BareMinerals i.d. foundation powder
– Intensely Red lipstick by MaxFactor

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

 

Love, love, love!

So my friend Lina did another look for our rainbow series. It’s gorgeous, simple but yet so classy. Red is just like pink, quite the difficult colour to work with when it comes to eyeshadows. But Lina worked it out perfectly. I hope you guys like this as much as I do, and if there’s any questions just leave them down below and I’ll make her answer them!

How would you work the red eyeshadow into an eyeshadow look?
– How daring are you when it comes to red lips? 

Products Used:
– Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion
– MAC eyeshadow “Naked Lunch”
– MAC eyeshadow “Kid Veluxe”
– Sleek Divine Mineral based eyeshadow palette “Sunset 568”
– Isadora Colourful Eyeline 10 Black
– Maxfactor Lipstick “Intensely Red”
– MAC studio fix fluid foundation
– BareMinerals I.D. foundation powder

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

 

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.

Glamourdoll website:

http://glamourdolleyes.com/

 

Urban Decay Primer Potion

So the Urban Decay primer potion aka UDPP ($18) is one of the most famous beauty products out there. And me being myself, I jumped on the primer potion wagon. The container comes with 10 ml or 0.34 US OZ.

The UDPP is basicly a nude/clear eyeshadow primer that you put on before any eyeshadow or other base to prevent your shadows to crease. Creasing is when the eyeshadow moves around and settles in the fine lines on your lid, and leaves you lid looking sweaty. Needless to say, not a cute look. Urban Decay is not sold here in Norway, but my lovely friend Lina, got it for me when she went to rome. So now I use it everytime I apply eyeshadow. My lids are not necesarly oily, but I like to have a safty net just in case.

One thing that bugs me, is the container/packaging. It’s adorable to look at, but a pain in the butt to use when you’re running low (or so I’ve heard from everyone) and they all have to cut it open and store the rest of it in a different container. Talk about a lot of trouble for a lid primer. Personally, I love the packaing, for now at least. I haven’t used enough of it for me to have trouble with it just yet. Urban Decay always puts alot of work into their packaging, it’s cute.

Before I got the primer potion I didn’t think I needed a primer. I used the jumbo eyeshadow pencils, the paintpots and the shadestick and I was good to go. Now, that I own one of my own, I realize the hype behind it. It’s amazing. But it is quite expencive, and I’ve heard the elf one is just as good. I haven’t tried it myself, but if you have, leave me a comment of what you think about it.

Overall opinion:

The Urban Decay Primer Potion is an awesome product, but not one of a kind. You can find a lot of different brands with eye primers now a days. I love the UDPP, but I havn’t tried any other ones. And yes, I would buy it again, no doubt about that mister.

 

Link:

US –> http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P74310&categoryId=B70

UK –> I could not find it at Debenhams website, but I know they sell it there.