💁🏻♀️My Go-To “Extra” Makeup Look 💁🏻♀️
Alright so a lot of people may have an everyday makeup look, but do you have an everyday EXTRA makeup look??? Well, here’s mine… It’s the perfect mix between glamorous and natural which I loveeee. I also think it’s a pretty achievable look and there aren’t too many crazy techniques you need to use in order to get it either. So I’ll start with the eyes, it’s just the foxy smokey look that’s been trending all over social media. I use tons of neutral and brown colors to achieve a more natural and smokey effect. The important thing is to build up the dark browns and black eyeshadow. For the fox eye effect, I like to use a piece of tape to get it really sharp. The trick is to always start with the lighter colors and blend up to the black. Also, line your waterline and inner corner with a black pencil to make it look even smokier. Next up, we got the lips. It’s the staple red lipstick but with a dark twist. I personally don’t think bright red lipstick complements my skin tone so I love adding a bit of brown. I use NYX soft matte lip creams to achieve this and the main lippie colors are “Madrid” and “Berlin”. You can add a lip gloss if you prefer, honestly, any clear gloss works. I like using Too Faced Lip Injection Plumping Lip Gloss for that pounty look hehe Last but not least, the freckles!!! This is a small element that ties everything together. It’s what makes it look a lot more natural and effortless. Don’t forget to also use some blush to make your freckles look more realistic, but my method for drawing freckles is with brown eyeshadow powder on a brush. And that’s pretty much all to it! Looks kinda complicated but actually pretty simple and great for any occasions you want to look a bit more extra for!! #CheriePartner
Oct. 17, 2020
Best eye primer for oily eyelids
I have super oily lids. In summer my makeup isn't lasting for a few hours. Using an eye primer is necessary for me every single day because it effectively helps my foundation, shades and eye line last longer. Otherwise I always get my eyeliner and eyeshade stain on the upper and lower eyelids. Before using this primer, I was fascinated by Urban Decay’s eyeshades. I have Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette and Naked3 Eyeshadow Palette. Both of them are well pigmented but sometimes slide off around my eyes. when I applied the eyeshade I felt there was no smudging or creasing but I found my eyeshade wasn’t as pigmented as it in the morning. Then my friend recommended urban decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion to me. She said that the eye primer can cover the skin imperfections and make a flawless base to apply eyeshades. I have read many reviews on this primer and finally bought one to try. I was amazed by the primer. It makes my makeup stays on the place even after 8 hours without creasing. it makes my eyeshadows go on smoothly and vibrantly. The foundation is lightweight with a light nude color. It is very easy to apply with the wand. Although the product is a little bit pricey for me, only a small amount goes a long way. The foundations dry immediately on my lids and make my makeup blend smoothly, leaves my lid a beautiful matte finish. The foundation is also very easy to remove in the evening. I have using the Urban Decay Eyeshadow primer for a few years after my friend's recommendation. it is a kind of must-have process during my daily makeup routine, especially in the humid climate. the product creates a beautiful base for eyes makeup, including lines and eyeshade, and dramatically reduces shadow creasing. I highly recommend this product to women who have an oily lid or need long-lasting makeup.
Eye look inspired by my CAT!
That’s right. I decided to create an eye shadow and liner look inspired by my cat Kiwi. Okay, I’m sliiiiiightly (read extremely) obsessed with my cat. She’s super pretty, super cute and one of those rare cats that acts like a dog (plays fetch, is extremely friendly, etc.). And she just has the prettiest colors. I recently bought the Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy duo eye shadow palettes and realized the Sublime palette had some great colors to match Kiwi. I did have to borrow one more color from the Urban Decay Naked Smoky palette to complete the look. I also used three different eye liners. I’m still working on my skills, so things are a little messy (my signature!) and I was also struggling with a watery left eye that left one of those red patches on my skin to which eyeshadow REFUSED to stick. But, overall I think it’s pretty fun! Eyeshadow: Pat McGrath Eye Ecstasy Sublime palette using sinful on the lid, brow line and outer/under eye; sextrovert on half the lid; and illicit in the outer corner. I also used Urban Decay Smoke palette’s RADAR in the crease. Eyeliner: Tarte Lights Camera Lashes Precision Liquid liner on the top lash line, KVD Vegan Beauty Cake Pencil Eyeliner in white out on the lower water line and Maybelline Unstoppable eyeliner on the lower lash line. I’ll come back with individual reviews at a later date, just wanted to share a look I had fun with!
Everyone can own sexy collarbone! EzEz😏
Wear tight skirt and show charming collarbone is a wonderful thing. I can't imagine how many people will fall in love with this type! Many people try to lose weight and work hard to have attractive collarbone, but some of them failed. Our clavicles are actually related to the structure of our bones, so not every one has a clavicle. Shoulder exercises do reduce fat and tighten the lines, but do little to change the shape of the bones. But!!!!! The collarbone can really be drawn, and it's very simple! Why not try it? All you need is three. A brush, eyebrow powder and highlighter. First, drawing shadow according to the direction of clavicle growth above and under the collarbone. The shadow on the top is shorter than the shadow on the bottom, and the difference in length can make the clavicle lines look more natural. Finally, polish the clavicle with highlighter. Quite simple, right? You don't need to prepare painting tools that youtubers show online. Your cosmetics are your professional tools.
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