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Maquillage : 5 mises en beauté avant/après impressionnantes. Peu connu en France, le travail de Vivian Johnson, makeup artist et hairstylist, de miss notamment, est pourtant impressionnant. Voici quelques-uns de ses travaux, avec un aperçu avant/après. Vivian travaille sur la mise en valeur du teint de ses clientes, et ce quel que soit leur âge. Elle sublime leurs traits et camoufle leurs imperfections pour un maquillage naturel et lumineux, dans le cadre d'une soirée ou une occasion spéciale. # 1 – Avant / Après Cette jeune femme a perdu l’aspect fatigué qu’elle pouvait avoir sur la première photo et ses atouts naturels sont parfaitement mis en valeur.

Pour souligner les yeux, elle utilise Le Stylo Waterproof de Lancôme comme un crayon khol à poser sur les muqueuses de l’œil et Vivian sublime les cils d’une couche de mascara Hypnôse, toujours chez Lancôme. Avec un rouge à lèvres rose, très naturel, le look est complet. # 2 – Avant / Après Pour cette mise en beauté, Vivian a travaillé deux axes : l’accentuation des yeux et un contouring léger. Le blush : mode d'emploi.

Publié initialement en 2013 Le blush est une ombre qu’on applique sur les pommettes et les joues pour sculpter son visage et se donner meilleure mine. Il est le plus souvent rose, mais peu aussi bien être beige, orange, marron ou rouge. Il s’applique après le fond de teint et peut être accompagné d’une touche lumière (teinte plus nacrée sur le haut des pommettes) ou au contraire d’une touche de « bronzing » (teinte plus sombre dans le creux de joues). On peut ainsi réveiller mais aussi bomber, enluminer ou creuser un visage. A gauche visuel Bush Duo Effet Sculpteur Bourjois, au centre blush Le Prisme Givenchy, à droite visuel Too Fabulous MAC. Personnellement je dois avouer que si le blush sauve mon terne minois depuis plusieurs années, il m’a aussi valu quelques bons gros ratés.

Quelle couleur de blush choisir ? Comment poser le blush ? Quel type de blush choisir ? Mini blush Bourjois 4,95€ Untitled. Untitled. L'erreur à ne pas commettre. Untitled. Summer Color Analysis | Light & Delicate | Your Personal Summer Color Palette According to the Seasonal Color Analysis. "Color Choices and Suggestions - Your Summer Color Palette If you have a Summer coloring you'll find this page helpful. Here you'll find tips and tricks on how to select and wear colors that harmonize best with your light and delicate skin, hair and eye color. If you're a Summer, you probably have: Low level of contrast between your hair and eye color.

However you can also have cool (diffused) deep hair, eye color and light skin. You have an overall cool and ashy coloring no matter if your hair is blonde or brown, and no matter if your skin is light or dark. Not a Summer? You are the most delicate and coolest season of all 4 in the seasonal color analysis – with a muted coloring with medium-light to medium-dark intensity. It's possible for women of color to be a Summer but they need to have an overall cool coloring as well as an eye color other than brown. Back to Top Your Color Palette Within the Summer Season By knowing this you'll know what nuances of blues and greens suit you best.

Stylebook Closet App: a closet and wardrobe fashion app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. The Anatomy of a Seasonal Style Concept (plus: a template) — Anuschka <br>Rees. Mini mood board A style concept always originates as an abstract idea. Try to capture this idea by choosing three pictures that best summarize your style concept's overall aesthetic.

Do not limit yourself to outfit photos: Choose images of details, objects, landscapes, art, etc, but make sure that, when viewed together, your three images really express the look you are going for. elements In addition to photos, writing a list of elements is another good way to figure out what exactly you want to include in your style concept, and also which things you don't want to include. Try to express your style in a list of 20 or so elements. Colour palette A defined colour palette is a key component of any concept. 5 key pieces While the first three components were purely about your overall aesthetic vision for your style, the next two components should outline how you want to translate that aesthetic into actual outfits. Uniform Your uniform is the flagship outfit of your seasonal style.

Proportions. Insideoutstyleblog. Behance. Inside Out Style - Fashion and Style Blog. How to understand your proportions and dress for your style | Lost in a Spotless Mind. Proportion |prəˈpôr sh ən| (noun):a part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole Whenever I’m dressing someone, be it myself or a client or a friend, one of the very first things I study are their proportions. You see, sizes and numbers really don’t matter, but if you want to create a balanced impression, proportions definitely do. Once you understand them thoroughly, choosing flattering clothes is almost child’s play. Necklines, the length of sleeves and hemlines, the shape of the shoulders, skirt style or pant legs – everything has to do with proportions. How to use the illustration The best way to do this is to strip down to pretty much nothing, or at least something fitted, then stand in front of full-figure mirror (and please, throw any negative thoughts about your wonderful body out the window).

If you want, you can use a measuring tape to see how the numbers relate to each other, especially if you think it is hard to simply see it. Other tricks 2. 3. 4. 5. Defining Style: a tool for defining your own, personal style | Lost in a Spotless Mind. Darlings, welcome to the start of a series of posts I call Defining style (all posts will be labeled, by the way, so you can find them by clicking here).

I wanted to give you a guide on how to define your own, personal style – and, naturally, I’ll demonstrate by doing all parts myself. Each part will have different “levels”, so that, based on how experienced you feel when it comes to your own style and preferences, you can choose how hardcore you want to do this. Level 1 is for those of you that feel rather lost when it comes to the world of fashion. You perhaps don’t spend much time thinking about clothes in general (nothing wrong with that, kitten), but sometimes realize that life would be a easier if you didn’t have to struggle with your wardrobe every time you’re getting dressed.

Whenever an occasion requires more than your usual attire, frustration and/or despair sets in. Level 2 is great if you’re interested in fashion and style, but not a fashion super-nerd. 1. 2. 3. Some tips: Developing a Signature Look: The Complete Guide {Part II} — Anuschka <br>Rees. This third step is where you combine all of the information and inspiration you have gathered into a single outfit. Now, an outfit or a look is essentially just a combination of several different elements that you stack on top of each other. The output might be an abstract piece of art but the process of putting it together is really rather basic: start with the foundation, add some furnishing, add finishing touches, then step back and review. In this step you will be using this exact principle to design your signature look, component by component, from the bottom up.

Any outfit can be dissected into five components: proportion, colour, accessories, hair & make up and details. Put your style concept, mood board and notes on your wardrobe needs in front of you, then go through each component and ask yourself the following two questions: Which proportion/colour palette/accessories/hair & make up/ details best represent the overall aesthetic of my mood board and style concept? A. B. C. D. Celebrity-butt-chins-gallery-1.77450?pmSlide=1. Uniform dressing: How to create your own signature look. Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. Photo, Keystone Press. Anna Wintour does it. So does Posh Spice. Uniform dressing is the unspoken wardrobe philosophy of some of the world’s most stylish women.

The principles of uniform dressing are pretty straightforward. Wear what looks good on you, what flatters your shape, and what reflects your personal style. “It’s such a smart, intelligent way to approach dressing. Far from being restrictive or boring, Burchell sees uniform dressing as liberating. Burchell cites French fashion icon Carine Roitfeld as an example of a woman who uses uniform dressing to her advantage.

Burchell has her own uniform formula: a unique tailored jacket, a simple T-shirt or blouse and a pair of jeans. The hardest part about adopting uniform dressing is figuring out your go-to outfit. First, she says, you need to consider your style personality. Second, establish a colour palette and print scheme that’s flattering to you. Third, evaluate your shape. Vertical Body Shape | How to Dress If You Are Short or Long Waisted, Short or Long Legged. "How to Dress if You Have Short/Long Legs or Short/Long Waist" Your vertical body shape plays a big role here (but not as crucial as your horizontal body figure).

This is the proportion of the bottom half of your body compared to your top half. All 3 are at the same height but guess who looks shorter? Figuring out your vertical proportions is important for identifying your best garment lengths (tops and bottoms) and determines if you should tuck-in tops or wear top garments untucked. There are 3 vertical body types - Balanced, Short Legs/Long Torso and Long Legs/Short Torso: How to Determine Your Vertical Body Shape The best and quickest way is according to Imogen of Inside Out Style - which appears to work well: "A very quick and easy way to tell if you have a short waist is to stand up straight, and see if you can fit two hand widths under your bust to your waist (narrowest point). If you're able to fit two hand widths under your bust then you have a Balanced vertical body shape.

Back to Top. Wearing Same Outfit Clothes Everyday. Six months ago I had an “ah-ha” fashion moment. It wasn’t a “skinny jeans are hip” or “I need more than one pair of boots” or “statement necklaces are amazing”. It was the Fabulous Fashionistas. The Fabulous Fashionistas are a group of six English women (who’s average age is 80 years old) that gave very candid interviews about their philosophy on life, living, and fashion which was turned into a documentary. There were many awesome takeaways, but a comment from Jean Woods stuck in my head.

She said (about fashion)… “If I love an outfit, I might wear it every day. Isn’t that the truth? Clothes are an extension of our personality. But I, like most of my girlfriends, have fallen into the trap of believing having a “closet” full of clothes, in a healthy clothing rotation, was what culture required. ‘Cause let’s be honest. Unfortunately, here is the real truth. So, I’ve decided to embrace Jean Woods’ philosophy in the new year. So, unless I love something, it’s staying at the store.