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How to Achieve Plump Lips WITHOUT Lipliner 😄
How to Achieve Plump Lips WITHOUT Lipliner 😄
Morning everyone! This is my secret trick to getting some snatched lips without the use of lipliner or brush! What you will need is a lipstick with the pointed “bullet” shape intact or be slightly flat and circular! The bullet shape is a shape that you see often with new lipstick batches. In photo 1, I used the Mac x PatrickStarrrr holiday lipstick in Spank Me Santa. This formula doesn’t have lip plumping factors and I did not contour the immediate areas surrounding my mouth! I used photo 2 to show you what my lips generally look like without any makeup surrounding it. I also don’t use lip fillers! This is the easiest thing you could do for yourself if you’re in a pinch! Naturally, everybody swipes their lipstick onto their lips. This is fine and normal but it can get messy if you’re trying to create a certain shape to the lips. Instead of swiping, use the shape of the lipstick to your advantage and STAMP the color on. Start with the centers of your lips(I.e the Cupid’s bow or the center of your bottom lips) These areas generally have more surface area and will help shape the rest of your lips. Use your lipstick’s shape to stamp the two “dots” or “teardrops”(depending on the shape of your lipstick) onto your lips. Stamp it slightly higher than your actual lip to create an illusion of plumper lips and continue with the rest of your lips. Make sure be even in your placement by staying level with your previous stamp. You can overlap the stamps if needed. You did it correctly if you notice that, as you stamp, a rough draft of a line starts to develop! If you see slight spacing in-between, it’s normal. Now all you have to do is take your finger and blend the edges out to create your line! The best part about using this method is that it helps save you product, especially if your lipstick is a long-lasting fuller coverage! Viola! Say hello to your plump lips! Tip: Formula matters for this hack to work. You want something that’s not super emollient and just moves everywhere. Your average hydrating and matte formulas will work just fine. However, if it’s too slippery, it might be difficult to keep your shape stable throughout the day. Regardless just try it out and see how it works for you! Example of these formulas: MAC - MAC Satin Lipstick 3CE - Mood Recipe Matte <-BEST LIPSTICK EVERRRRRRRRRR. I only really ever buy lipstick from 3CE. More on that on another post 😆
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MAC Satin Lipstick
MAC-MAC Satin Lipstick
BEST BRUSH FOR SMALL/SEMI-HOODED EYES! 🤩
BEST BRUSH FOR SMALL/SEMI-HOODED EYES! 🤩
YOU GUYS. THIS 👏 BRUSH 👏 IS 👏 IT 👏 You have no idea how long I’ve been trying to find a brush that fit my criteria: Tangibee’s Criteria: - Fits her eyeshape - Packs on color well - Blends well without overblending or creating patchiness - Not Poky - Semi Firm - Not your typical round blending brush - Tapered - Works with Well with buttery, powder textures Every brush I would encounter would maybe meet 75% of this criteria. I wanted a brush that could blend while laying it flat on my eye because round blending brushes have a tendency to take my eyeshadow up higher when I wanted a minimalist look(shown in first photo). I never really understood the artistic works of a natural hair eyeshadow brush and how it can impact the final results of eyeshadow. The Sonia G Worker Pro brush really helped me understand it! Here’s the breakdown: 1. Time Reduction The natural hairs on this brush picks up just the right amount of product and reduces fall out! The tapered end allows you to have precision and control over your color placement. Once you place on the color you can literally start using this brush for blending by turning it on it’s side or continue to use it flat! This has reduced my workflow on my eyes from blending for 30 minutes down to 10! You can see the hairs and the shape of the brush on photo 2 and 3. I found that my MORPHE - M505 Tapered Blender Brush can sometimes be too flimsy for the job. This can cause difficulty when you’re working with darker colors or hard-to-blend colors because they just tend to not move anywhere. 2. Shimmers/Metallics We all know that synthetics are great at applying shimmers. However the ones that I’ve tried from morphe, hourglass, and sigma seem to have too much “slip”. Therefore, they’re good for packing but blending can be a mess with sparkles everywhere or you might encounter some streaking during application. That nice shimmer that we all love just suddenly disappears. I was really surprised when I created the eyelook in photo 1 that every single sparkle in the shadow came through on my eyes!Not to mention that blending the top of the eyeshadow was a breeze! If your shimmers seem to look muddy or just “off” and don’t pull that same result as your finger swatches, try the Worker Pro out! In photo 4 you can see the results of me using this brush with the ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - Norvina Eyeshadow Palette 3. Eyeshape I found that this brush was a perfect for my eyeshape! I was able to get into those tiny nooks and crannies that would normally be difficult with other flat & dense brushes. I could easily read use this brush for my whole eye area without having to switch to another blending brush. The fact that it was SO SOFT but firm allowed me to create a perfect diffused tail(shown in photo 1 & 4). There was little to no clean up and I took a good 15 minutes just admiring how well my eyeshadow came out! Get this brush! It is LIIIIIFE! 😍❤️
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M505 Tapered Blender Brush
MORPHE-M505 Tapered Blender Brush
A Satisfying Texture | Foundation for Dry Skin❤️
A Satisfying Texture | Foundation for Dry Skin❤️
Look at this awesome close up of the AMOREPACIFIC - Color Control Cushion Compact Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 50 😍 I have this thing called Trypophobia (fear of small holes) but for some reason this close up just fascinates me. You can really see the luminescence of the foundation within the sponge! For those of you who aren’t familiar with CC formulas/cushion foundation, they are typically a smoother, more liquid-like formula than your average foundation that is made to even out skintone. Most true CC formulations focus more on skincare elements and a wee bit less on color/color ranges, especially those from Korean brands. Western brands definite amp up the diversity of their skintone range, as well as overall pigmentation in their formulas. This means you’ll find more full-coverage CC cream/foundation from “western” brands like IT Cosmetic’s it Cosmetics - it Cosmetics CC+ Cream SPF 50+ . (Not my favorite for dry skin. I felt like the Sahara Desert all over again when I used their formula 🙄) Therefore, it might be difficult to find a shade that fits you if you have a deeper skintone. Side note: I consider IT cosmetics to be a western brand because upon a bit of research, the company was bought by L’Oréal and the products are mostly manufactured in China. I love this foundation for super dry skin because of how moisturizing it is. It’s awesome for creating that second-skin finish with a natural, dewy glow. If you have light-medium with slight neutral-gold undertones and struggle with a bit of texture, this foundation line could work well for you! Every time I try something new or I’m stuck in a rut, I always go back to this foundation. I love the ease of use and blendability. The size is great for travel and I find that it doesn’t bother my dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin. You can get a medium to slightly buildable full coverage without “erasing” the dimension/shadows in your face. Even though it has SPF it doesn’t wash my face out completely and doesn’t create a white cast. If there is any, it’s only slightly noticeable. You would have to look reeeaaally close to see it. Layering on powder/cream products are a breeze. I found the best way to use this product is with a slightly damp beauty blender. Start by placing a little bit onto the skin and then proceed to layer more as needed. There is something to be mindful of when you are using this product. If you live in a more humid/moist climate, I would add a little powder after your face primer and then proceed to add this foundation to help keep this in place throughout the day. You could also carry a powder puff with you throughout the day for touch-ups. Because the foundation has high moisture and provides a dewy finish, it can impact the longevity if you live in an moist/humid area 😊 Yay to a healthy glow! ❤️😄
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Color Control Cushion Compact Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 50
AMOREPACIFIC-Color Control Cushion Compact Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 50
A Cherie Member Wanted A Video Tutorial❤️
A Cherie Member Wanted A Video Tutorial❤️
WOOOT! FIRST CHERIE VIDEO EYE TUTORIAL! Uploads have been coming in a little later in the day because videos take a WEEEEEE longer to make. 😊 This video has a lot of information packed into one minute! Be sure to pause, rewatch and pay close attention! I didn’t expose my camera correctly so the skin tones might look off but I promise that it won’t compromise the final results of what the shadow will look like in person! It will still look like the photo I previously posted of this look! The more pigment you place on your eye, the more it’ll show. This video shows the basic steps of what I did to create this look 😄 Feel free to ask me any extra questions if you get confused!! Used: ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - Norvina Eyeshadow Palette VISEART - Grande Pro 3 HUDA BEAUTY - Matte & Metal Melted Double Ended Liquid Eyeshadows in shade faux fur Too Faced - Shadow Insurance Anti-Crease Eyeshadow Primer
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Grande Pro 3
VISEART-Grande Pro 3
Best Beginner-Friendly Palette! ❤️
Best Beginner-Friendly Palette! ❤️
Yay! First B roll video to on Cherie celebrating 4.1k followers! Love you guys! ❤️ These are close up images of my ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - Norvina Eyeshadow Palette I made sure all the color swatches were represented well and are exactly what I see in person. Here’s why I think this palette is acceptable for Beginners! 1. Texture I’m a texture person I find that this palette is the perfect middle ground of what to look for in eyeshadows. You want something blendable, smooth, and maybe even a hair of fallout. Upon first use you’ll discover what good pigmentation is and how the amount you pick up with your desired tool will impact your final results. I don’t want to to have a less than superior experience with eyeshadows and then have you give up on trying to use one. It sucks when one experience just ruins everything else. If you have something too soft and powdery, it can emphasize your skin texture and possibly have difficulty in building the level of intensity on your skin. These shadows are more on the buttery without being squishy soft. Fallout isn’t bad because you’ll experience it with other palettes from time to time. I want you to experience just a little, because you can learn to adjust your technique or tools to handle it well. 2. Colors Colors aren’t scary! Even the bright ones! A lot of us aren’t comfortable with expressing bright colors. Some find that it can be difficult to be wearable. Here’s the thing...DO YOU GURL/GUY/EVERYONE INBETWEEN! No matter what kind of look you do, YOU 👏 WILL 👏 SLAY 👏 This palette is great for dipping your toes in the realm of light pastels and dark smoky hues. You’ll be able to do a multitude of looks and can mix the colors to create a special one of your own without any issues. I was able to create light everyday eye looks to super dark and dramatic ones! 3. Sensitivity I know some of you are really sensitive to certain pigments/formulations and I can’t say that this is the perfect one for ALL of you. However, I do have mild sensitivity when it comes to eyeshadows and they will get puffy if they don’t like the formulation. I am a contact lens wearer and I’ve used this palette many times to finally say that you’ll be okay! I haven’t gotten any odd reactions to this palette as well. However, do make sure that you are rinsing your contacts after putting on eyeshadow and place it back into your eyes. It’s just a matter of safety precautions just in case. Tip: Don’t put too much solution. Fill your contacts with just enough to fill the “well” of the contacts and use one finger to swirl the solution in to clean your contacts. The overflow from the impact of your finger should help clean the outside. Gently shake off the excess solution and place it back in your eye. I hope this helps give you some middle ground to start with. The key is to just start exploring and see what works for you ❤️ More to come on my eyeshadow collections! Song: Merry Bay by Ghostrifter
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Norvina Eyeshadow Palette
ANASTASIA Beverly Hills-Norvina Eyeshadow Palette
FINALLY FIGURED OUT HOW TO DO A SMOKED WING 😍
FINALLY FIGURED OUT HOW TO DO A SMOKED WING 😍
I’ve always wanted to do a soft smoked wing but I found that every time I blended/smudged, I would accidentally overblend or it just ends up looking messy. Here are a couple tips I created to give me the most success for my eyeshape! 1. Have a Q tip and a makeup remover balm ready! These two items aren’t just going to be used for cleaning up the mess. It is actually going to help you create the thinnest, crisp line you’ll ever see! Keep in mind this method will only work if you want your eyeliner to be placed exactly like it is in the pictures! Make sure you don’t put any foundation on when you’re doing this or else you’re going to have a line of bare skin showing. Steps: START WITH ONE EYE FIRST. Do your eyeliner as usual using a creamy eye pencil stay as close to the lash line as possible. You want a formula that gives you time to “play” but also set after a couple seconds to a minute. Then you’re going to use a smudging brush like the SIGMA - E21 Smudge Brush and smudge your liner out to your liking, especially the wing. Be sure to check your work every so often. Don’t worry if it gets chubby at the end, we’ll fix that and make it sharp again! Take your Q tip and take a small amount of your makeup remover and rub it into the Q tip. Be sure to not saturate it. You still want some dryness to it for control purposes. Align the end of the Q tip with the makeup remover at an angle. It should align in the same direction/angle as your wing but not directly on top of it. You’re not trying to erase the whole wing, but you are redefining it. Start at the end of the outer-corner of your eye near your lower lash line and wipe in the same direction of your wing. If you did it right, you should have a clean and crisp line that dragged itself out to make your liner appear longer and thinner. Wipe off the makeup remover residue by using the other side of the Q tip with a bit of water. Adjust as needed by applying more product or more cleanup. 2. The product you use matters! I start with a cream pencil liner and smoke it out. Once I use the Q tip method, I go back and use an eyeshadow powder similar to the color of my liner to creat more depth or smokiness.in the areas needed. If you use a liner that sets right away, you will have a hard time smudging it out! For this look I used 3CE - Super Slim Waterproof Eyeliner in cinnamon. . For the rest of the look I used: MELT COSMETICS - Impulsive Pressed Pigment Palette Viola! Hope this tip/hack helps you! I’m thinking of creating a video version of this so I can walk you guys through it. I know there a lot of written steps. Let me know if that may be better for you guys! 😃☺️❤️
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E21 Smudge Brush
SIGMA-E21 Smudge Brush
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To Help Those Who Struggle With Winged Liner
To Help Those Who Struggle With Winged Liner
I remember when I didn’t know how to make a nice wing for my eyeshape and it came down to making sure I had the right technique, tools, and eyeliner formulas. I laid out a step-by-step visual guide for you to use!
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M217 Bent Liner Brush
MORPHE-M217 Bent Liner Brush