Today I’m creating this easy holiday makeup with glitter and red lips. Even though it’s easy, it still looks very glam and perfect for those parties you have to attend. It has all the right ingredients – glitters, red lips and a lot of fun! This look is very simple and fast to create. No winged liner (say what?! lol). Watch the tutorial or read more below to find out more about this look!
Hey all! Today, for another instalment of my Holiday Makeup series, I’m doing a black smoky eyes with gold liner, which is paired with a dark red lips. I know, I know, this is totally out of my usual routine, but I thought why not? You can always just take one of the features and leave the rest out (i.e. keep the smoky eyes and leave the dark lips, or wear the dark lips without the smoky eyes).
Anyways, watch the tutorial below to see how you can achieve the look, or read more below to check out the pictorials!
I wrote a bunch of stuff for this Holiday Makeup post, and when I tried to save it as my draft, I lost my post! I’m so mad!!! Uggh!!! Anyways, I’m so tired and busy that I don’t have the energy to re-write what I already lost. I do apologize, but I’m going to keep this post short and simple. Please watch the tutorial for explanation and read more below for product info.
I’m on a roll these past 2 weeks! 2 tutorials a week, whaaat?! Anyways, today I’m doing another Holiday Makeup for those of you who are not afraid to go bold with your makeup wardrobe. Today, I’m using the amazing Pat Mcgrath Metamorphosis 005 kit in Copper as well as her Dual-ended black marker. This is a very exaggerated winged liner look, and I paired it with Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche in Nori. Watch the tutorial or read more below!
note: I kept saying “metamorphosis” instead of “metalmorphosis”, and it was my mistake. I thought it was Metamorphosis kit, but turned out it was Metalmorphosis. Ooops!
Today I’m doing another Holiday Makeup 2016 look, and for this post I’m doing a really dark purple smoky eyes. I actually intended to create a matte purple smoky eyes but I couldn’t resist adding a little bit of shimmer in the middle of my eyelid.
Anyways, as always, watch the tutorial & read more below for further info!
I’ve been wanting to create this Japanese Hangover Makeup look for a while, and I thought it’s only right that I use mostly Japanese brand (Shu Uemura, duh what else) for this hangover look. For the eye makeup, I’m using my brand new Shu Uemura Nude Atelier Warm Palette! Read more below and watch the tutorial to see how I achieve this look.
It’s mid-November already?! To get a head start, I want to do an instalment of Holiday Makeup 2016 tutorials. In this instalment, I’ll be creating different looks that’s suitable for the upcoming Holiday season! To start off, I’ll be using ABH Master Palette by Mario to create this gorgeous rose gold halo eyes. Watch the tutorial below, and please do read more below for more pictures and explanations!
As mentioned on my last video, today I’ll be sharing with you guys my Bold Brows routine using Tweezerman products. Last week, I shared with you how I do my brows to look a little bit more defined yet still natural looking. This week, I’m going for a bit more of a bolder brows look. This bolder brows look, I think, gives a bit more of a youthful vibe to the overall look. Anyways, check out the video below and read more to see how I achieve this look.
For today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you guys products that were sent to me by Tweezerman and for the tutorial, I’m showing you guys how you can achieve a natural yet defined looking eyebrows. Read more below to find out all the products I used, and don’t forget to check out the video tutorial to see how I fill my brows!
Recently I bought a few Chanel’s products from the newly opened Chanel Nordstrom counter in Yorkdale, and so today I want to use those products to create this soft smoky eyes look paired with red lips for the cold weather. I’m absolutely loving the Chanel Candeur Et Experience palette, and I’m definitely obsessed with Chanel Rouge Allure Ink! Read more below.