Last week I was all about natural makeup, but this week since I bought the ABH Modern Renaissance palette, I’ve decided to go full on glam in creating the ABH Modern Renaissance Makeup Look. I wasn’t loving how this look turned out, I felt it was a bit overly done but when I was showing the final look to couple of my friends they loved it, so I decided to upload the tutorial today. Don’t forget to watch the full length tutorial below, and read more to check out the step-by-step pictorial!
Prom season is here! Today I’m creating a pretty Prom Makeup 2016 tutorial using the Sephora x Minnie Mouse eyeshadow palette. This look is a little bit smoky, but not too much. If you’d like to find out how to create this look, watch my video below or read more to see more pictures and step-by-step tutorial.
Today’s Daytime Brown Smoky Eyes makeup tutorial is a requested look by a good friend of mine, and she wanted me to create a look based on the Urban Decay Naked Smoky palette. So, I created this easy to follow brown smoky eyes tutorial for her. This look is simple and very wearable during the day. If you prefer to wear this for a daytime makeup, you can skip the falsies. If you want to wear this for a night look, you can make the smoky eyes even darker by applying Black Market on the outer V and crease.
Are you guys still looking for inspiration for Valentine’s day makeup? I created this smoldering plum smoky look using Tarte Light of the Party palette. The eyeshadows in this palette are very soft and sheer, and it’s probably not everyone’s cup of tea but I love it. I would say this look would be a pretty look for Valentine’s day, if you’re looking to do smoky eyes.
I received a request by Dila who wanted me to do a video to show her how to create a smoky winged liner. She saw me back in 2014 when I was in Jakarta, and when we met I was wearing the day version of this smoky winged liner. Check out my Smokey Winged Liner post if you prefer a pictorial, or one which you can wear for a day look. This smoky winged liner tutorial is a darker, smokier version.
Alright, I think we can start with New Year Party makeup and move on past the Christmas party makeup for now. If you are still looking for makeup inspiration for Christmas parties, please check my Party makeup tutorials, or use the search bar for specific brands or looks. For this tutorial, I used mainly UD Gwen Stefani palette for the eyes.
Another Party Makeup tutorial for you guys, since you know Christmas is in 2 weeks! Anyways, for this tutorial I used Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH) Self Made palette, which I completely forgotten about. It was sitting at the back of my drawer, and I was so busy that I didn’t remember I actually bought the palette.
For this look, my focus is on a very strong eyes. I didn’t make this too smoky since I knew I was going to create a winged liner, but if you prefer a smokier look, omit the winged liner, and use a matte black eyeshadow along the lash line for a smokier lash line.
- Primer – Urban Decay Primer Potion “Anti-Aging”
- Transition – ABH Self Made Palette “Sherbet”
- Crease – ABH Self Made Palette “Hot Chocolate”
- Outer V – ABH Self Made Palette “Hot Chocolate”
- Eyelid – ABH Self Made Palette “Self-Made”
- Lower lash line – ABH Self Made Palette “Hot & Cold” (outer); ABH Self Made Palette “Pink Champagne” (inner)
- Winged liner – Maybelline Gel Liner “Black”
- Waterline – MAC Chromagraphic pencil liner “NW25/NC30”
- Brows – ABH Dip Brow Pomade “Medium Brown”
- Falsies – Esqido Mink lashes “Oh So Sweet”
- Primer – Bobbi Brown “Vitamin Enriched Face Base”; The BodyShop Drops of Youth “Wonderblur”
- Foundation – MAC Pro Longwear Foundation
- Concealer – MAC Pro Longwear concealer
- Powder – Laura Mercier “Invisible Loose powder”
- Blush – Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush “Vibrant Poppy”
- Lipstick – YSL Glossy Stain “Peche Cerra-Cola (27)”
Another day, another look using Shu Uemura x Maison Kitsune Holiday collection 2015! I’ve done 2 smoky eyes using Shu Uemura x Maison Kitsune Indigo palette (Grey Smoky & Blue Smoky), and this will be my third look. I’ll try to do a review and swatches of the Indigo palette next week.
For this look, I wanted to create a simple soft smoky liner makeup, which is an alternative way to glam up your party makeup. If you are not comfortable doing smoky eyes, give this look a try. For the rest of my face, everything is simple, no contouring. Most of the products used are Shu Uemura products, which I’ve been loving lately. It’s a really great line, especially for Oriental skin. Anyways, please scroll down for more pictures and product details.
- Base – Shu Uemura cream eyeshadow “Ivory”
- Eyelid – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Deep Pink”
- Outer third/crease – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Glow On Blush Pink”
- Upper lash line – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Black”
- Lower lash line – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Navy”
- Waterline – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Play & Remix Drawing pencil “Indigo”
- Lashes – Ardell falsies “Demi Wispies”
- Brows – Shu Uemura Brow Sword
- Base – Shu Uemura Tsuya Bouncy-Fine Cream
- Foundation – Shu Uemura Lightbulb foundation
- Concealer – NARS Radiant Creamy Foundation “Custard”
- Setting Powder – Laura Mercier “Invisible Setting Powder”
- Blush – Shu Uemura Maison Kitsune Indigo Palette “Glow On Blush Pink”