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On November 9th, I celebrated my 33rd birthday!
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.As is the case with brunette girls' makeup.While I doubt Newton ever worked behind a MAC counter, with every makeup tip I could offer a brunette, there's a contradictory""yet equally appealing""suggestion.The biggest, most encompassing tip I can give is mix things up.Mix up the colors, mix up the looks, and always always mix up the emphasis.Don't wear dark eyeshadow and liner in combination with burgundy lips or you'll risk looking overdone.
The weekly Q&A section is finally back and this week, Yael wanted to learn more about the different ways to apply eyeshadows: “I want to try a different way of applying eyeshadows but have no idea how! I keep using a light color up to above the crease with something dark on the lid.
How to Make Lipstick Colors How to Make Lipstick From Crayons; What Lipstick Color Is Best for Me? Print this article; Things You'll Need. Container for lipstick;... How to Make Chunk Crayons A chunk crayon is a large, bulky crayon that is made from several crayons.
Did you know you can bring attention to the natural beauty of your eyes by taking the focus off of them?
Someone requested me on formspring to do an entry on basic eye-shadow brushes, but I thought why not take it to the next level and share with you girls what I have learned over the years about how to spot a good eye shadow, and how to apply it for the best effect. I am no expert here… This is mostly based on my personal experience. IMHO, basic makeup does not need eye-shadow.
S moky eyes have become a classic party eye makeup look.
I had a ton of people ask me about my ombre mani and how I did it. I saw it somewhere on the world wide web and I wish I could say where, but it has long since escaped my memory. Here is how I did it:
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Knowing the right eye makeup techniques can help you accurately and easily achieve the look you want. When applied correctly, eye shadows , eyeliners , and mascara can transform anyone from the girl next door to a ravishingly sexy siren. Learn which techniques work best and find out what's new and hot.
How-to: Merry Makeup This is my look for Christmas Eve It is definitely similar to what I normally opt for over Christmas! This year, I decided to use green eyeliner rather than green eyeshadow. You could add glitter over the lid for added sparkle, too. Eyes: Begin by using a fluffy crease brush (I used MUFE #17S) and apply a red-burgundy eyeshadow (I used Inglot #450 Eyeshadow ) into the crease and blending towards the outer corner as well.
August 28th, 2008 22 Comments