My 30+ Attempt at an E Girl Look
✨ Hey just because we’re millennials doesn’t mean we can’t try on anything E Girl look for size. We saw Euphoria too you know. ✨ I love the trend of minimalist makeup looks with pops of color. Not all of them look great on me but I love this one because it’s simple, not too over the top, but is still eye catching. ✨ First of all, you want to start with a pretty minimal base and brows. For this I use the Suntegrity 5 in 1 Tinted Sunscreen (although any tinted sunscreen, tinted moisturizer, or light coverage foundation will do) I like to set it with The Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Power (although this brand has a super exclusive shade range and I will not be purchasing from them in the future. For brows I like to use the Ulta brand brow pencil it has a very thin tip and is very natural looking. A tinted brow gel can also give you this effect. ✨ For the eyes I think traditional e girl looks only use a graphic liner but personally I need to add a little more depth or I’ll look like a sunfish. Do I use a neutral toned brown in the crease (personally I prefer Freckle from the Natasha Denona Biba palette but any neutral toned brown will do. Then I do a small wing with a black felt tip liner. Now for the fun part: usually when I do this I’ll just put the pink on the inner corners I think it really pops and gives an edgy look without making me look like I have an eye infection. For this shot I also did some pink to outline the wing. My favorite product to use for this is the Suva Beauty Hydra Liners. I’ve tried a lot of “neon” graphic eyeliners and a lot of them fall short but the Suva is punchy and bright and vibrant. Just wet a detail brush, dip it into the pan, and add some pops of neon wherever your heart desires. ✨ Then you just finish up the look with mascara 🤷🏻♀️
Light coverage foundations
Aug. 9, 2020
🟨 🟥 🟦 Colorblock eyes inspired by @zendaya @luxurylaw @instylemagazine photoshoot - swipe thru to see the inspo! 🟡🔴🔵 Products used: C'EST MOI - Visionary Makeup Crayon SUVA BEAUTY - Hydra FX Lilly LASHES - Lilly LASHES 3D Mink Lashes Juvia's PLACE - I am Magic Velvety Matte Foundation Too Faced - Born This Way Super Coverage Multi-Use Concealer SACHA cosmetics - Buttercup Powder BLACK RADIANCE - True Complexion Contour Palette NARS - NARS Blush FENTY BEAUTY - Sun Stalk'r Instant Warmth Bronzer UOMA BEAUTY - BROW-FRO Blow Out Gel MAYBELLINE - FaceStudio Master Chrome Metallic Highlighter
Pride flag inspired look 🌈
I haven’t played with makeup in a while so excuse the rustiness! Doing this look reminded me I need to practice my eyeshadow skills—quarantine has me super rust lol. SUVA BEAUTY - Hydra FX But these Suva liners are AAMMMAAZINGGG!
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have you heard of Skinimalism? According to Pinterest it's a new beauty trend and it's gonna be BIG in 2021. It's all about makeup that lets your skin shine through... "flaws" and all! I'm really loving this trend because it reminds us we don't have to be snatched all the time 🙌🏾 here's the product list for this look and I have a full tutorial up on YouTube... link in bio ❤️❤️ e.l.f. - e.l.f. Moisturizing Lipstick Charlotte Tilbury - Hollywood Flawless Filter benefit - Gimme Brow+ Volumizing Eyebrow Gel Milk MAKEUP - Kush Waterproof Mascara PEACH & LILY - Glass Skin Refining Serum PAT McGRATH LABS - Skin Fetish Highlighter & Balm Duo
Another Marshall’s Haul
Before the snow hit in the north east, I had to hit up Marshall’s so I had some new products to play with. This shopping trip I found makeup products from Becca and Milk to try out. As with any trip to Marshall’s it’s hit or miss with products and shade ranges, so I know this foundation is a bit too light, but the undertone was right. There were also a few other things I wanted, but their packaging was open and the products were clearly touched. So let’s dive in to what I used for this look (3rd pic, I don’t use any filters/beauty mode). Milk MAKEUP - Blur Stick I like the powdery finish it leaves on my skin. I’ll have to use it a few more times before I decide how much I like it. BECCA - Ultimate Coverage 24 Hour Foundation I’m generally not a fan of full coverage foundation. But this does not feel heavy or caking on my skin (yes, it’s a shade too light). I applied it pretty lightly, but you can easily build this up to you preferred coverage level. BECCA - Limited Edition Hydra-Mist Set & Refresh Powder I was pleasantly surprised by this powder. I usually only use powder lightly under my eyes o set my concealer, but this was so light that I used it all over my face. It did not settle into my fine lines or make me look dry (aging skin). I applied with a velour puff and used a fluffy brush to remove the excess. Milk MAKEUP - Lip + Cheek I’m a big fan of cream products and the fact that this does double duty, lips and cheeks, makes it a winner in my book. Milk MAKEUP - Kush Waterproof Mascara I’ve been dying to try this mascara (if you’ve read any of my previous posts, you know I’m on an unending hunt for the perfect mascara). But I couldn’t justify the price tag if it was just going to end up in the “meh” pile of mascaras I already have. It gave a great first impression, but I’ll have to use it a few more times before I decide to invest in a full sized tube. For under $40, I got to try some high end products that are usually out of my budget. I love Marshall’s for exactly this reason! What is your favorite Marshall’s find?
Best mascara ever!
ILIA - Limitless Lash Mascara If you like long, natural looking lashes like me, this is the perfect mascara! The double sided wand helps apply product and separates your lashes for a natural finish. It’s long wearing and I’ve never had a problem with smudging, which is the number one thing I look out for in mascaras. It’s very comparable to Glossier’s Lash Stick, but at more of an affordable price + you get more usage. It’s a great, clean formula and a holy grail product!
ILIA-Limitless Lash Mascara
Amp up your typical wing liner with a color!
Forget black eyeliner, have some fun and step up your eyeliner game with a fun color! I love a classic eyeliner look, but sometimes I just want to have fun with my look. Amp up your typical eyeliner by using a fun color! For this look I used a red eyeliner, but you can totally use a eye safe lipstick, or even eyeshadow. FENTY BEAUTY - Flypencil Longwear Pencil Eyeliner This is one of my newer favorite eyeliners. It comes in so many colors! It’s a twist up mechanical pencil. I wish it was just a tiny bit more precise, but it was manageable. #cheriepartner
FENTY BEAUTY-Flypencil Longwear Pencil Eyeliner
Pink&Blue Dot Look
Eyeliner: NYX - Vivid Brights Eyeliner wet n wild - ProLine Felt Tip Eyeliner Mascara: SEPHORA COLLECTION - LashCraft Length & Volume Mascara
SEPHORA COLLECTION-LashCraft Length & Volume Mascara
WARM eyeshadow look 👀🔥
In the summer I tend to gravitate towards warmer eyeshadow colors. I think it looks good with a nice tan. I go for a fairy simple eye look, as in I don’t really ever use eyeliner anymore. I like to start out with a neutral crease color (bold) from my go-to pallete right now tarte - Tarteist PRO Amazonian Clay Palette Next I use Kosas - 10-Second Eyeshadow since it’s liquid (but it dries to a matte). These are very easy to blend and it sets a good base for the rest of the makeup. I added in some darker neutrals in the crease and corner to complete te a better blend (innocent, edgy—very little amount used). I then top with a shimmer to make it more bold. I used the color ethereal. My holy grail eyelash products to finish up the look. ILIA - Limitless Lash Mascara SHISEIDO - Shiseido Eyelash Curler This duo is SO SO good. The mascara has to wand tips so it accentuates length as well as volume all in one mascara. The curler is very nice as well, I usually “pump” and do 10 curls per eyelash. #cheriepartner
😎Wanna get a cool slit eyebrow like this? Just 7 Steps!
Girls with slit eyebrow is soooooo cool! Today I'm gonna teach you how to get a perfect slit eyebrow. Step 1: Tweeze eyebrows and then trim eyebrows with an eyebrow razor. Step 2:-Draw vertical lines on your eyebrow with an eyebrow pencil. Step 3: Place of tape parallel to the line for slit eyebrow. Step 4: Shave in between the two pieces of tape. Step 5: Remove the tape for slit eyebrow. Step 6: Repeat this step on other parts of your eyebrows (If you desired). Step 7: Use an eyebrow pencil to outline and use eyebrow powder to fill.
The eyelash tool we all need!
Some people get super intimidated by eyelash curlers but they make such a hide difference for me! I have fairly long lashes, but they’re pretty straight so having the curler helps lengthen them up so they’re more visible which opens up my eye as well. The SHISEIDO - Shiseido Eyelash Curler is a cult fave for a reason. It works. I use a pumping method. So usually I “pump” the lashes for 10ish times (per eye) then apply a coat or two of mascara right after. The first photo is a before/after. On the left side of both photos is the side that the curler was used. The second photo was before mascara (curler used on the left) and the third photo is with mascara. You can tell the lashes are longer but it is really just because the curler makes them stand up more. Again my favorite mascara ILIA - Limitless Lash Mascara makes a huge difference too! It has two different sides, one for length, one for volume. This mascara has it all! 💋🤍 #cheriepartner
ILIA-Limitless Lash Mascara
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