5 MINUTE NO MIRROR MAKEUP CHALLENGE w/ HELLO FRITZIE
Our Beautiful bride Mimi,
Anastasia Glow Kit!
Another part of my Comic Series, Poison Ivy!
Again the most important part is the color and the black lines.
That is what makes it more cartoon like oh and
of course the contacts are a big deal too
Kryolan and Ben Nye Face Paints
Glue Stick from Target
Colored Hair Spray
Lashes from Fright Night Glam
- Cover brows with glue stick, wait to dry.
- Then cover with white Ben Nye Clown Cake
- Set with Baby powder
- Using a neon green face paint from Kryolan neon palette, pat all over the face to shade face green.
- Paint eye brows with an orange face paint.
- I used a bright melon gold pigment for my eyeshadow.
- Used black gel eyeliner for my eyeliner and to create lines around my face
- Lashes are from mesmerizing, fright night glam.
- color lips with a liquid matte lipstick
- apply yellow contacts
- spray hair orange using be wild jerome russell sprays.
- then make a leaf crown.
- shade and color in neck line with black face paint
- have fun
Last year I turned myself into Cheshire Cat. But never had time to share the products I used.
Below is the florescent palette I used to get all the color on my face.
After using this palette, I also used Florescent eye shadows to set and
blend the face paint.
To get the bright colors for my hair I used:
For my lashes I doubled up some Demi Wispies from Salon Perfect.
Have an Amazing Halloween!!!
- Alana Dawn
This year I got super inspired to create Halloween Makeup looks, looking like Im straight out of a comic! My son is super into comics so of course I had to create these looks for him. I asked him which one I should do first and he said Black Cat. So here it is.
You can typically find these face paints at any halloween store.
for all the black paint, I either used black eyeliner from MAC or face paint (which is a little easier to control) Krylon Palette I got from Naimies.
Lips: Merlot Lipstick from Dose Of Colors, you want to get a long lasting lipstick so it doesn’t smear throughout your night.
Contacts are from juststylemeboutique.com
Wig is from a Halloween store, cost about $20.00
Brushes: I always use brushes from Morphe Brushes.
Watch the step by step video to create this Halloween Look!
-Love you guys!
So I posted a photo on my personal instagram last week and I got a bunch of texts from my friends asking me: “How in the world did you cover that tattoo with makeup!?” Color Theory my friend, Color Theory.
When we correct our under eye darkness, in most cases we use a salmon color to cancel out the bluish tones right? Right. We use opposite colors (or complimentary colors) from the color spectrum to cancel them out.
Bust out your color wheel or use the one below for reference. Follow these steps
1) Figure out what colors are in the tattoo.
(The picture above the bow was actually pink, (which is a hue of red) I used Green (Green is opposite of red) to cancel out the pink, but I only placed it in the areas where there was pink)
2)Find out what each color’s opposite is.
3)Take cream based makeup and use complimentary colors to go over tattoo. If you have multiple colors in the tattoo this will require some patience. You are basically going over whole tattoo color by color, this takes time.
Tip: Most “black” tattoos are actually a hue of green. Use red to cancel it out
4. Take a concealer and gently and ever so carefully pat the product over the tattoo
5. Set with powder
You may have to do a few layers switching between concealer and powder but be patient, trust me it will work!
Don’t forget to show us your work!
So I wanted to share with you how I do an easy daytime cut crease eye shadow. As I was going through instagram, youtube and other social media, all I could find was over the top Cut Crease Looks. I wanted to something more wearable for any day of the week whether you’re going to work or school, and it can easily transition into a night out look if you want to top it off with glitter.
Let me know what you think! As always, share your looks with us! #LAMakeupMonday
I love going through old photo because I find Gems like this.
Here is a tutorial I made last year on How to get Casual waves.
Perfect look for the Holidays.
Step 1. Grab about an inch of your hair
Step 2. Hold your iron upside down and start to wrap the hair around the wand.
Step 3. To get that casual wave, leave about 1-2 inches out of the curling iron.
Step 4. Hold your hair straight for about 15seconds.
Step 5. Let your hair go.
Step 6: Brush your fingers through your hair, to soften up your curls.
Final look of your Casual Waves.
Have an amazing Day!