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15 Easy Hacks For Perfect Eyeliner. AN EYE FOR GLITTER. Photos + sponsored post by amy nadine, graphic design by eunice chun It’s hard to walk the line with glitter… it’s way too fun to pass up, but we don’t want to end up looking like Vegas showgirls when we’re just going out to dinner!

AN EYE FOR GLITTER

Here’s the perfect balance to dress up your eyes in a chic + effortless fashion. TOOLS: gold + burgundy powder eye shadows, glitter cream shadow, black liquid liner, your favorite mascara, black kajal liner, a crease brush, a medium flat-head brush. With the crease brush, apply the light gold shadow just above your crease all the way up to your brow bone. Then trace the remainder along your lower lashline.Using the flat-head brush, apply the burgundy shadow in a half-moon shape just along and above the crease. By now you’ve probably noticed that we find a ton of our makeup + hair must-have’s on one of our most favorite beauty sites, Beauty.com… so we have to share with you something kinda major! Related posts: D.I.Y. YUMMY LIP. Photos + post by amy nadine, graphic design by eunice chun I didn’t invent this delicious lip stain from heaven, but thought with Labor Day weekend around the corner, what a perfect time to remind you of it!

D.I.Y. YUMMY LIP

When you’re throwing your barbeque, don’t forget Kool-Aid’s REAL purpose… to stain your lips of course! It really does work and last. Here’s how: STEP ONE: Pick your flavor using this guide (or mix a couple to find your perfect hue): Cherry = orange redTropical Punch = bright redPeach Mango = peachPink Lemonade = Barbie pinkStrawberry Kiwi = light redGrape = purple I poured it into a little bowl but you can merely use the packet as your container!

STEP TWO: Dampen your finger (our lovely model Carissa licked hers but I don’t want to sound unprofessional, lol!). STEP THREE: Rub your finger all over your lips. STEP FOUR: Dampen a Q-tip to go back over it and smooth out any clumps or uneven edges. Your honey will enjoy it too! Related posts: Makeup 101- Basic Makeup Techniques « Makeup Geek – Tips, Video Tutorials, Reviews, & More! 25 Creative Uses of Cosmetics. Breaking Down Beauty: Fixing Broken Powder Cosmetics « Painted Ladies. By Sheila Arkee So, you have a favorite eyeshadow, pressed powder, or blush you absolutely cannot live without.

Breaking Down Beauty: Fixing Broken Powder Cosmetics « Painted Ladies

Life happens, and sometimes before you even realize it, you find yourself the owner of your favorite product, smashed into 5 million little pieces. When your powder cosmetics are broken into 5 million pieces, you can always put them in a small container and use as a loose shadow, but you DO have the option of fixing the products so it’s almost as good as new. It’s easy! I mean it! The only extra product you’ll need is Rubbing Alcohol that you can get from any old drugstore. Here is a lovely L’Oreal H.I.P. #319 eyeshadow that was sadly broken upon arrival. Step 1: Dump the shadow into a small bowl. Step 2: Use the back of a brush to crush the shadow into a fine powder. Step 3: I used the cap to my rubbing alcohol as a measurement and poured it into the container with the shadow. I used a wooden stirrer that I had lying around, but you can use a spoon or anything you want. Trend: Rainbow Eyes. Love color?

Trend: Rainbow Eyes

Why not go one step further like these gorgeous Beauties and create a rainbow on your eyelids. Whether you take it all the way up to your brows or just stick with liner, bright, colorful eyes are a great way to brighten up a drab outfit. Elin T. Elin creates a stunning rainbow that shows off her beautiful eyes. Veronica M. Veronica tones it down with a sweeping eye liner. Lauren S. Lauren creates a vivid, sunset toned rainbow on her eyes. Makeup Mon...errr Tuesday: Green Eyes. First, I know it's Tuesday and I'm predictably late with Makeup Monday.

Makeup Mon...errr Tuesday: Green Eyes

I hope the lack of alliteration doesn't detract from the post; I promise that I have lots of great excuses for not putting this up yesterday. Or, I fell asleep. One of my first forays into the wonderful world of bright eyeshadow was with a beautiful shade of green from Milani (whose older shadows were amazing), and I was forever hooked. Green has since become the most popular color in my rather large makeup collection, though I can't remember the last time I gave them a proper spotlight. That was rectified immediately, upon my recent purchase of the Urban Decay Black Palette, which has a beautiful dark emerald that was surprisingly missing from my arsenal.

For this look, I only used the dark green in the palette, Libertine, and the primer potion. For step by step instructions on how to achieve this look, continue reading after the jump! This will make the colors pop and keep them from creasing. Antique MAC pigment look. Yikes, your browser doesn't support JavaScript or it's disabled.

Antique MAC pigment look

Please be aware that certain functionality will be missing and some aspects of the site may be broken. Idea Gallery Member Submitted Looks & Tutorials Contributor: Jangsara: Products Used: Too Faced Shadow Insurance (eBay) (Amazon)MAC Old Gold pigment – lid, inner lower lashline (Makeup Geek Store)MAC Antique Green pigment – crease and above, outer lower lashline (Makeup Geek Store)MAC Dark Soul pigment – crease (Makeup Geek Store)MAC Polished Ivory pigment - highlightMUFE 7K eye pencil – waterlineMAC #44 lashes How to: