First apply an eyeshadow primer all over your eye lid up to your brow bone. Also line the lower line of your eye with primer. This will create a base to help accentuate the colors that will be applied to your eyes. I used Julep mattifying eye primer. (Using E.L.F. eyeshadow palette.)
Using a slightly damp brush, place the red eyeshadow all over the eye lid and up to the crease to about the eyebrow bone area. I use a lip brush with a rounded end that is smaller than my pinky finger nail for precision. Continue reading Dark Red Vampire Eye Makeup→
Whether you are going on a date or you are going to work minimalism is the new trend in makeup application and color emphasis.
This trend gives you a natural look and does not make your face look over done. For these reasons you can rock this trend in both the office and the night club. To wear this trend stick to more natural blush colors and utilize neutral tones for your lip and eye makeup. Using a lower coverage base makeup for your face or in some cases no base makeup will help you be on trend with this look.
As seen in the 2015 Valentine’s makeup episode of Get it Beauty both the better girl and better boy are given make overs with the minimal makeup look. When compared to their before and after pictures the minimal makeup look enhances their natural beauty and makes them look “more attractive to the opposite sex”.
If you are unaware of the recent K-Pop wave to hit the world then you are most likely missing out on the wonderful world of Korean Beauty Prdodcuts. From road shops to high end brands, beauty lovers all over the world can not wait to get their hands on K-Beauty products.
Recently I have noticed a trend of Korean makeup artists incorporating Western makeup and Western makeup application trends into the makeup looks they create.
Recently I ordered Pony Shine Easy Glam palette 1 and 2 from MemeBox. I threw in a color change lip tint balm from Liole to make my purchase over $30 USD. I have watched a lot of Pony’s Beauty Diary tutorials and fell in love with the looks she created for Play 101 from Etude House.
Right around the time I became obsessed with her tutorials MemeBox collaborated with Pony and released the Shine Easy Glam eye shadow palette. Originally I wanted to purchase the palette but I had decided against it, since I was doing a lot of christmas shopping at the time. When Shine Easy Glam second palette was released I had to get it. Upon returning from visiting family I used my Meme points ($18 USD) and a code for $5 off a purchase of $30 or more with that all in hand I ordered the bundle of Pony Palette 1 and 2 threw in a lip tint balm to go over $30 and ended up spending $18 USD of my own money to receive all these items.
I received a sample of this BB cream when I made my last purchase at Tony Moly and honestly it just sat on my desk for a week. I finally came around to testing it and I liked how this shade blended well with my skin tone.
This cream feels light on my skin and adds a glowing shine to my skin. At first I thought it would be too dark for my skin but it ended up being just the right shade. This formula dries quickly and even though I had applied an extremely light concealer underneath this bb cream the shade still turned out to be very close to my skin tone.