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Lisa Eldridge Make Up

Lisa Eldridge Make Up
Stay In And Have A Bath - It's January! “There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them.” - Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar Depending on where in the world you are, it feels as though there's no better time of year to soak in a tub than post NewYear, when the holidays are over and we settle into the quiet, dark months of January and February. If you were lucky, you may have received some delicious bathing goodies over the holiday that can be put to good use now. Whatever the time of year I love nothing more than to sink into a hot bath - and relax. I rarely have time for pampering treats, like massages or days at the spa, so if I have any free time (night or day), and want to really switch off and de-stress, I light a candle, run the bath and unleash some of my favourite bath-time treats.

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Beauty Archives - ByDanie Beauty Picks: Hearts and Pink Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy make-up! Voor deze editie van de beauty picks zijn we opzoek gegaan […] Read more Beauty Picks: Fake Tan MODEL-MORPHOSIS - T Magazine Blog The photographer Greg Kessler captures behind-the-scenes beauty transformations during Spring 2015 Fashion Week in Paris. Here, the model Taya Ermoshkina before (left) and after (right) makeup by Pat McGrath and hair by Guido Palau. See more Model-Morphosis features Complete Coverage: Spring 2015 Fashion Week The photographer Greg Kessler captures behind-the-scenes beauty transformations during Spring 2015 Fashion Week in Paris. Antique MAC pigment look Yikes, your browser doesn't support JavaScript or it's disabled. 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:

A Beautiful Mess I love using cloth napkins to dress up our dinner table, and through the years I've grown even more fond of their sustainability and cost effectiveness. Though, I'm not sure how cost effective it is if you keep buying more and more cloth napkins each year! This holiday season I thought it would be fun to look at how I could dress up the napkins I already own to give them an extra festive vibe. Two bold, purple flower looks with MUFE Contributor: Jangsara: Products used: MUFE #00 – inner corner, highlight (Amazon)MUFE #02 – Inner corner (see pic) (Amazon)MUFE #04 – Outer corner, crease (Amazon)MUFE #09 – Blending, middle of the lid (Amazon)MUFE #92 – Outer corner, crease, lower lashline (Amazon)Black gel liner – waterline, upper & lower lashline (MakeupGeek Store)MascaraArdell Demi Wispies (MakeupGeek Store) MUFE #00 - highlight (Amazon)MUFE #04 – crease (Amazon)MUFE #951 Star Powder - blending, lower half of the lid (Amazon)MUFE #92 – Outer corner, crease, upper half of the lid (Amazon)MUFE #21 Color liner – Upper lashlineE.L.F glitter liner Star Dust – Upper lashlineBlack gel liner – waterline, lower lashline (MakeupGeek Store)MascaraArdell Beauties (MakeupGeek Store)

Blue Sugarpill Drink look Yikes, your browser doesn't support JavaScript or it's disabled. Please be aware that certain functionality will be missing and some aspects of the site may be broken. Idea Gallery The Makeup Maniac: Brown is the new black Swap charcoal for chocolate this season- it's the most delicious way to define your eyes A sooty swipe of kohl will always be badass- from Cleopatra to Jack Sparrow, kohl-oholics ooze attitude and command attention. There are times, however, when you want your eyes to stand out, not your makeup (as striking as your smokey eye may be).

illustrations + comics My 2012 web comic I THINK I AM IN FRIEND-LOVE WITH YOU is now a hardcover book published by Adams Media and coming to a bookstore near you in December 2013. Unlike the web comic, the book version comes with a brand new extended ending. Thank you everyone for all your support. Please reblog and share! I have a confession to make.I think I am in friend-love with you. What’s friend-love?

~ Purple Poseys ~ Face: Makeup Forever Camouflage Palette #1 (Sephora) (eBay)Revlon Colorstay Foundation in “Buff”MAC Set Powder in “Invisible” (eBay)NYX Pinky BlushMAC Cream Color Base in “Pearl” (MAC) (eBay) Eyes: NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in “Milk” (MUG Store)Jumbo Pencil in “Cottage Cheese” or “Slate” may be a substitute for slightly darker skin 88 Regular Eyeshadow Palette (CS Store) (eBay) Coastal Scents Black Gel Liner (CS Store) Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner in “Zero” (Sephora) (eBay) Ardell False Lashes #102 Demies (MUG Store) Lips: MAC Little VI Lipgloss

Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle: July 2014 I am in awe with how far our local products has gone! Don't you agree? We no longer have to spend thousands just to get ourselves products that are really good and effective that used to be only offered by foreign brands. Advanced Royal Sugar Skull Step-by-Step Tutorial Sugarskulls are known for their use on Mexican holiday, “Dia de los Muertos” or “Day of the Dead”, what could be more perfect for Halloween? These ornate skulls are stunning in their detail work and this example is no exception. This is perfect for those of you want more than just your typical skull look. These elaborately decorated skulls holds infinite possibilities for fun and creativity. Here, Jangsara shows us how to create this intricate yet stunning look. Contributor:

Red Eye Eyeshadow Trend - Red Eye Eyeshadow Red eye shadow has been seen on the runway a lot over the past few seasons, most notably at Thakoon A/W 2011 and Miu Miu S/S 2012. I personally feel that it looks more modern when you colour block it as a single shade. Blending it with other shades or trying to make it subtle and wearable feels like a total misnomer and slightly misses the point. Whenever I use red on the eyes for editorial I love it best as a bold, clean statement.

The best anti-aging skin care products to use We learn a lot from our mothers and grandmothers, spanning all sorts of life issues and topics — from relationship wisdom to family recipes passed down from generation to generation. When it comes to beauty and hair, things were a lot less complicated 50 years ago. (For better or worse, bubble nails and glitter roots weren't even an option.) Yet, these women seemed to always look flawless. What are their secrets?

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