Create A Subtle Cat Eye Using Lash Extensions💕
This post is dedicated to those of you who don’t want or can’t use a lash strip! If you have a subtle eyeshadow look, a great way to enhance your natural eyeshape is to use individual lash extensions! It’ll give you that your lash but better look and create a charming “atmosphere” around the eye. You don’t have to be a lash artist to do it. All you need is some classic lash glue and individual lashes from a place like LASHIFY - AMPLIFY GOSSAMER LASHES
Oct. 23, 2020
Feeling like a Euphoric Hippie 😆 + Tips
It took me....2 hours to come up with something and this was the result! 😆 I wanted to go for something soft, charming, but still has that pop of something. I love how the white eye show pops off this cool toned, purple-brown. Halloween is around the corner, so I thought it would be a great idea to give you all a couple tips if you want to incorporate something similar into your look. Here are a couple tips on gluing on those gold flecks! 1. LAAAAASH GLUE This is literally the EASIEST thing You could use for your application. I find lash glue much better on the skin for these guys than just regular Elmer’s glue/glue sticks. Gold flecks are typically very flimsy and it can be difficult to really get them to stay on your face. Take your lash glue and apply a needle-sized amount to your face. Take a tweezer and break up a couple gold flecks into various sized pieces. Proceed to use your tweezer to place it on top of the spot you glued. Be gentle with your application. The gold flecks are really fragile! 2. Watch Your Placement With larger, shinier particles, they’ll attract the attention of the eye to that area. Think of using these guys as you would with regular highlighter. The more you put in one area, the more your eye will gravitate towards looking at that spot. I placed the gold flecks around my eye area and super close to my nose, because it’ll take away the natural contours of my nose. In other words, you’re playing with shadows and lights when using gold flecks, crystals, etc. 3. Wash it all off with an Oil/Balm Based Makeup Remover. Once those gold flecks are on with some lash glue...THEY LAST FOREVER throughout the day. Use an oil based cleanser to remove everything and you should be fine. I use TATCHA - Pure One Step Camellia Oil Cleanser For this look I used: ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - Norvina Eyeshadow Palette KINNO - Imitation Gold Leaf Schabin Flakes LASHIFY - AMPLIFY GOSSAMER LASHES C10 & C8 WAYNE GOSS - The Weightless Veil Blush Palette in Coral Rose 3CE - Velvet Lip Tint
DIY Lash Map!
Hey everyone! I thought it would be good to show you guys a lash map for those of you who have DIY lash systems! For this look, I used Lashify and I’ve placed notes on the corner for reference! If you want more details on lashes or falsies, check out my other post on picking out your perfect falsie for more details on length and curl! Happy Lashing! ❤️☺️ LASHIFY - AMPLIFY GOSSAMER LASHES
The Big Reveal
I finally did the lash kit! The glue that came with it was garbage and I had to go buy the Duo glue (crazy good stuff). If you wear falsies get that Duo glue for sure. Overall, it was very uncomfortable on my sensitive eyes and the results were not as dramatic as I’d hoped for the level of discomfort I was in for about 45 min. I think I will definitely tint them again but I’m not so sure about the lift. Stay tuned on that one to see if I torture myself again. essie - Lash Lift Kit Upgraded Version Glue Complete Eyelash Perm Kit DUO - DUO Brush-on Adhesive Refectocil - Eyelash and Eyebrow Tint
Huda beauty makeup😍
💙💙💙 HUDA BEAUTY - Legit Lashes Double-Ended Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara
HUDA BEAUTY-Legit Lashes Double-Ended Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara
Wild Jungle Eye Look
Palette #Colourpop - Good Sport[products]#[FiveStars] EyelinerKVD VEGAN BEAUTY - Dagger Tattoo Liner Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner MascaraSEPHORA COLLECTION - LashCraft Length & Volume Mascara Steps: • Use the color High Hopes as a base color, apply it all over your eyelids. • Apply the red color Hooky on the out side of your eyelids. Start from the bottom and add another layer on top of it. • Apply the color EBB on the in side of your eyelids. Rub it in the middle to cover a little bit of the red color. • Use Reckless on top of the red color at the end of your eyes. • Point a tiny bit of Licious in the middle of your eyes.
KVD VEGAN BEAUTY-Dagger Tattoo Liner Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner
Easy 7 Steps to Have Red Smokey Eye Makeup!
While warm-toned shadows like orange and bronze have become a staple in eyeshadow looks, red eyeshadow has had a harder time making its mark. The brightly hued shade can be tricky, making it a rare sighting on the beauty scene. Well you may think it’s the perfect shade for a fall eye look. Here is a quick & simple & easy red smokey makeup look. You can collect it for the coming fall! Step1. First take a light skin tones eyeshadow and apply this all over the lids and and up into the brow. Step2. Then with a intense red shade apply this to the centre of the lid and then blend this out into the crease so the edges are soft and blended. Keep building until you are happy with the colour. Step3. With a large fluffy brush take a burnt orange shade and blend this into the crease and this will help the red blend out with the crease and get that smokey look. Step4. With a white shadow apply this to the inner corner to make your eye pop and open up. Step5. With the burnt orange shade again apply this on the lower lash line and this will bring the full look together. Step6. Then apply a wing to your eye. I would suggest going quite dramatic and large just to add something to the look as the rest of the eye is quite simple. Step7. Apply your mascara to your top and lower lashes and then apply your false lashes and that is it for this look.
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