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Close Up Smokey Eye! | Cherie
Close Up Smokey Eye! | Cherie
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Close Up Smokey Eye!

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Tangibeauty
OKAY SO THIS EYELOOK DESRVED ITS OWN SPACE!!!!! 😆🤣😍 LOOK AT THAT PURPLE SHIMMER! Yes, the colors definitely looked like this in real life! ❤️❤️❤️ My previous post of what the eyelook looks like on my face just DOESN’T. DO. IT. JUSTICE. SO BAM. *commence excess drooling* Let me know in the comments if you guys want a tutorial for this! Used: ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - Norvina Eyeshadow Palette
VISEART - Grande Pro 3
SONIA G - Sky Eye Set
Oct. 5
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anajoyCan you plz do a tutorial video? I love it sooooo much🤩🤩🤩
Oct. 9·1 like
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TangibeautyAbsolutely! I’ll post the whole thing in detail on YouTube and will let you guys know when it’s up! 😃
Oct. 10
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Getting that PERFECT Blend: Tips/Tool/Tutorial!
HAAAAY EVERYBODY! Today I thought I share the tools that help create the PERFECT gradient of eyeshadow shown in in the first photo! The second photo will give you a visual. Take advantage of it!!! 😃 Here are some tips: 1. Stamping I mention stamping a lot in my posts but just for eyeshadow purposes, stamping helps build up pigment on the area desired without blending it out. This look required stamping first to provide that clean precision. The edges of the base color become more diffused after we added the darker shade, because there’s a lot more blending that has to be done with darker shades. If it bothers you too much you’re more than welcome to give the edges a light blend with the SIGMA - E54 Medium Sweeper Brush 2. Get a Smaller Blending Brush for Darker Shades THIS IS SUPER IMPORTANT! Many of us make the mistake to go with a regular sized blending brush. The size of your blending brush makes all the difference in whether your eyeshadow becomes muddy or a beautiful soft gradient that transitions well. I use SONIA G - Sky Eye Set in it has a brush that is called the “Mini booster” and it applies the perfect amount of dark pigment. The natural hairs on the brush really help in blending it out and into the inner crease of my eyes. If you don’t have this brush get something similar in size. Here’s a more inexpensive optionMORPHE - M506 Tapered Mini Blender Brush 3. Micro-adjustments Micro-adjustments can make or break your look. We’ve all been there when it comes to eyeliner. (Wanting you add just a HAIR and we come out looking like a panda🤣) However, don’t let that scare you! Makeup is all about practice and seeing what works for you and your eyeshape. If you find that one spot needs a little help, it’s okay to fix it! The key is to take it easy and slow. You automatically go heavy handed and not check your work, you’ll have a lot more to fix than just that one little spot. 4. The More Dense the Brush, The More Pigment Now this is just a general rule of thumb, but it helps in understanding how much color you’ll be picking up/applying. The more flimsy and fluffy the brush, the softer your look is going to be. The firmer/denser the brush is the more high impact your look is going to be. Hope this has helped you in your application! There’s more to this but these are just the basics! Happy Learning! ❤️
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Tangibeauty
Transformation Day + Look into Beauty Industry😊
Honestly, who doesn’t like a well lit, snatched photo! I really wanted to highlight just the bare minimum of what I’ve noticed in the beauty industry. It’s not to say that it’s all bad but it’s good to always have awareness when you’re scrolling through Instagram and other photo apps. Always remember that photos and videos can be edited. Does it mean they all are? No. The more you see a particular trend or style of doing makeup, the more the internet is subconsciously saying, “Explore this! You might like it!” Then it all comes down you liking it or not and treating it as your new normal. We saw that a lot when contouring became initially became HUUUGE. Because it becomes the “new normal”, people could start to forget what’s real and what’s not. As we accept this new normal of whatever we see is trending, sometimes it can be difficult to have healthy self-esteem. Is editing bad? No! I personally think it’s a great tool to have and use to express creative style and fix what your camera thinks you look like to a version of what you actually see in real life. Sometimes the camera can algorithmically say, “You’re gray AF” for your skintone, but in reality...you’re a neutral or beige undertone with a slight hair of yellow/pink. I’ve attached photo 2 & 3 that came out of my camera to show you what the camera says I look like. It’s not bad. However, the camera does make me look more cool-toned when I actually don’t look like that in real life. If you think about it, editing is an art in itself. Of course, there is a line to be drawn if you end up looking COMPLEEEEETELY different (Ex: A fish is a fish, but then you edit it into an apple with a fin and still call it a fish). What does that mean for you? No, you don’t have to go on strike or start cancelling your most loved beauty influencers. However, again be mindful of what you see. You’re the curator of your own experience. As long as you understand that things are edited and you don’t get down on yourself for not looking a certain way, you’ll be fine. After all, no matter where you are and what you experienced, you’re still beautiful in your own way. 💕😃
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Tangibeauty
Getting that PERFECT Blend: Tips/Tool/Tutorial!
HAAAAY EVERYBODY! Today I thought I share the tools that help create the PERFECT gradient of eyeshadow shown in in the first photo! The second photo will give you a visual. Take advantage of it!!! 😃 Here are some tips: 1. Stamping I mention stamping a lot in my posts but just for eyeshadow purposes, stamping helps build up pigment on the area desired without blending it out. This look required stamping first to provide that clean precision. The edges of the base color become more diffused after we added the darker shade, because there’s a lot more blending that has to be done with darker shades. If it bothers you too much you’re more than welcome to give the edges a light blend with the SIGMA - E54 Medium Sweeper Brush 2. Get a Smaller Blending Brush for Darker Shades THIS IS SUPER IMPORTANT! Many of us make the mistake to go with a regular sized blending brush. The size of your blending brush makes all the difference in whether your eyeshadow becomes muddy or a beautiful soft gradient that transitions well. I use SONIA G - Sky Eye Set in it has a brush that is called the “Mini booster” and it applies the perfect amount of dark pigment. The natural hairs on the brush really help in blending it out and into the inner crease of my eyes. If you don’t have this brush get something similar in size. Here’s a more inexpensive optionMORPHE - M506 Tapered Mini Blender Brush 3. Micro-adjustments Micro-adjustments can make or break your look. We’ve all been there when it comes to eyeliner. (Wanting you add just a HAIR and we come out looking like a panda🤣) However, don’t let that scare you! Makeup is all about practice and seeing what works for you and your eyeshape. If you find that one spot needs a little help, it’s okay to fix it! The key is to take it easy and slow. You automatically go heavy handed and not check your work, you’ll have a lot more to fix than just that one little spot. 4. The More Dense the Brush, The More Pigment Now this is just a general rule of thumb, but it helps in understanding how much color you’ll be picking up/applying. The more flimsy and fluffy the brush, the softer your look is going to be. The firmer/denser the brush is the more high impact your look is going to be. Hope this has helped you in your application! There’s more to this but these are just the basics! Happy Learning! ❤️
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Tangibeauty
Transformation Day + Look into Beauty Industry😊
Honestly, who doesn’t like a well lit, snatched photo! I really wanted to highlight just the bare minimum of what I’ve noticed in the beauty industry. It’s not to say that it’s all bad but it’s good to always have awareness when you’re scrolling through Instagram and other photo apps. Always remember that photos and videos can be edited. Does it mean they all are? No. The more you see a particular trend or style of doing makeup, the more the internet is subconsciously saying, “Explore this! You might like it!” Then it all comes down you liking it or not and treating it as your new normal. We saw that a lot when contouring became initially became HUUUGE. Because it becomes the “new normal”, people could start to forget what’s real and what’s not. As we accept this new normal of whatever we see is trending, sometimes it can be difficult to have healthy self-esteem. Is editing bad? No! I personally think it’s a great tool to have and use to express creative style and fix what your camera thinks you look like to a version of what you actually see in real life. Sometimes the camera can algorithmically say, “You’re gray AF” for your skintone, but in reality...you’re a neutral or beige undertone with a slight hair of yellow/pink. I’ve attached photo 2 & 3 that came out of my camera to show you what the camera says I look like. It’s not bad. However, the camera does make me look more cool-toned when I actually don’t look like that in real life. If you think about it, editing is an art in itself. Of course, there is a line to be drawn if you end up looking COMPLEEEEETELY different (Ex: A fish is a fish, but then you edit it into an apple with a fin and still call it a fish). What does that mean for you? No, you don’t have to go on strike or start cancelling your most loved beauty influencers. However, again be mindful of what you see. You’re the curator of your own experience. As long as you understand that things are edited and you don’t get down on yourself for not looking a certain way, you’ll be fine. After all, no matter where you are and what you experienced, you’re still beautiful in your own way. 💕😃
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Tangibeauty
Getting that PERFECT Blend: Tips/Tool/Tutorial!
HAAAAY EVERYBODY! Today I thought I share the tools that help create the PERFECT gradient of eyeshadow shown in in the first photo! The second photo will give you a visual. Take advantage of it!!! 😃 Here are some tips: 1. Stamping I mention stamping a lot in my posts but just for eyeshadow purposes, stamping helps build up pigment on the area desired without blending it out. This look required stamping first to provide that clean precision. The edges of the base color become more diffused after we added the darker shade, because there’s a lot more blending that has to be done with darker shades. If it bothers you too much you’re more than welcome to give the edges a light blend with the SIGMA - E54 Medium Sweeper Brush 2. Get a Smaller Blending Brush for Darker Shades THIS IS SUPER IMPORTANT! Many of us make the mistake to go with a regular sized blending brush. The size of your blending brush makes all the difference in whether your eyeshadow becomes muddy or a beautiful soft gradient that transitions well. I use SONIA G - Sky Eye Set in it has a brush that is called the “Mini booster” and it applies the perfect amount of dark pigment. The natural hairs on the brush really help in blending it out and into the inner crease of my eyes. If you don’t have this brush get something similar in size. Here’s a more inexpensive optionMORPHE - M506 Tapered Mini Blender Brush 3. Micro-adjustments Micro-adjustments can make or break your look. We’ve all been there when it comes to eyeliner. (Wanting you add just a HAIR and we come out looking like a panda🤣) However, don’t let that scare you! Makeup is all about practice and seeing what works for you and your eyeshape. If you find that one spot needs a little help, it’s okay to fix it! The key is to take it easy and slow. You automatically go heavy handed and not check your work, you’ll have a lot more to fix than just that one little spot. 4. The More Dense the Brush, The More Pigment Now this is just a general rule of thumb, but it helps in understanding how much color you’ll be picking up/applying. The more flimsy and fluffy the brush, the softer your look is going to be. The firmer/denser the brush is the more high impact your look is going to be. Hope this has helped you in your application! There’s more to this but these are just the basics! Happy Learning! ❤️
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