Anastasia Glow Kit!
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!
DIY LIPSTICK HOLDERS
Have you ever tried to organize your makeup, and found everything at the
container store was extremely expensive after having to purchase every
little compartment you need?
well here is a DIY inexpensive way to organize your lipsticks.
Above you can see this 3 in 1 cotton set I purchased from The Dollar Tree. Take out the cotton swabs, cotton pads, and cotton balls. You can save everything in here, place them in mason jars and put them in your restroom to use.
Lay the plastic trays throughout the drawer, organize them in color or texture,
you can fit 4 lipsticks into one square. This is only a 1/4 of my lipsticks,
Hope you enjoyed this simple inexpensive way to organize your lipsticks!
Hello my loves,
I did these eyes last week and I finally got to edit the video
to these sparkly eyes.
Who doesn’t want to learn how to brighten up your eyes right?
What You Need…
1. Smoked Palette from Urban Decay
2. Brown script from MAC or Sienna from Anastasia Beverly Hills
3. Vanilla Pigment
4. Chocolate brow dip from Anastasia Beverly Hills for your brows.
5. Ardell Lashes #113 and #118
6. Duo Lash Glue
7. Naked Foundation from Urban Decay #6.0 for your face.
8. Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit.
9. Reflect Gold Glitter MAC
10. Urban Decay black liquid liner.
11. NYX snow cap lipstick
12. C-thru gloss from MAC
above is a closer look at the makeup
and below is what the smoked palette from Urban Decay Looks Like.
Click the video below to watch how to do this look step by step.
I try to make it easy as possible for you guys.
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Have a wonderful day!
Today I wanted to do something fun and different.
This is clearly just for fun and not something
someone would wear out for the day.
Step 1: Line your lips with a deep red liner.
Step 2: Fill in your lips with BESO lip gloss from Stila Cosmetics.
(this is a matte gloss that doesn’t transfer)
Step 3: with an angle brush line your lips with black eyeliner, I
used the black liner from Morphe.
Step 4: Color inside your lips with the same black liner.
Step 5: with Clown Cake from Ben Nye draw on a couple lines to make it cartoon like.
And there you have it, FUN Pop Art Lips!
I have a quick tutorial on my instagram check it out here.
see you in the next post.
GET THE LOOK
To get this look I used a palette from Tarte Cosmetics .
1. Use an eye shadow primer, I used the 12 hour creaseless primer form Tarte. >here<
2. I used “Taj Mahal” ( top left) all over my lid
3. Then defined my crease with “Grand Canyon” ( top right)
4. I highlighted the center of my waterline with their inner rim brightner. ( my ALL time favorites) >here<
5. Then I smoked out The green “central park” with a pencil brush right below my lash line.
6. To soften the green up a little more, I blended “Big Ben” (bottom left) right below it with a blending brush.
Final EYE look
To finish up the look I used, Ardell Lashes Demi Pixies.
For more looks check out our instagram.
Thank you for stopping by!
see you tomorrow.
Time For A Change
I steered away from brown eyeliner for a long time, I never thought it looked good.
But for some reason I am loving it now a days!!
Its a nice NATURAL change.
I used Mac Dip Down gel liner.
Do you like the brown?
I challenge you to try something new with your makeup routine this week.
Maybe you will love it!
Just in case:
Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills, pro palette
Lashes: Ardell Color Impact Demi Wispies in Wine
have a wonderful day!
Hello my Ladies!!!
Here is a look I did last week. I finally have a Saturday off and I am able to share
what I used to get this beautiful Fall Look.
Above is a Step by Step pictorial. Making it easier for you to see
what I used and where I used it.
Step 1. Use soft ochre paint pot from MAC and apply all over your lid, then apply matte bone shadow to your lower part of your lid using a flat brush
Step 2. using a tapered blending brush apply matte deep teal to the outer corner of your crease (your deep crease)
Step 3. With your #217 brush (its a stiffer blending brush) apply matte plum on your lower lid right before the matte deep teal. Now on your lower lid the gradient of colors should go from light to dark.
Step 4. using a tapered blending brush #224 from MAC, apply matte navy across your crease.
Step 5. Using the rim brightner from Tarte Cosmetics, apply in your waterline.
Step 6. Take Anastasia black covet liner and apply it to the inner and outer corner or your waterline.
Step 7. Lastly I winged out black liner on my upper lash line, I used urban decay 24/7 black liquid liner.
I finished the look using House of Lashes in Feline.
To get nicely shaped brows I used Anastasia Beverly Hills Pro Palette.
BTW… Dont you love the separated eyeliner on my waterline?
I don’t like how the white eyeliner looks on me alone,I tried this look and love it!
One of my favorite things right now!!! Dose of Colors lip gloss, Sunshine Kisses.
Until next time!!! Have a wonderful weekend!
Here is a fun Color Combination that you guys can do.
Base: Painterly all over your lid
Lower Lid: Bitter From MAC pack that bad boy on to your lower lid
Crease: Swiss Chocolate Take your blending brush and sweep swiss chocolate across your crease
Crease 2: Brownscript this shadow has an orange undertone which I love to blend slightly above my crease towards my highlight area.
Deep Crease: Handwritten apply this to your outter crease.