If you love eyeliner, then check out my latest makeup tutorial!
It’s inspired by a Dolce & Gabbana campaign featuring Scarlett Johansson.
Hopefully you’ll find it useful!
After having a mooch through all the Pamela Anderson covers for Playboy Magazine, I found one from 2011 where I liked her makeup and wanted to recreate a version of it. And this is tutorial for it!!
You have to take into account when recreating makeup on someone else that their eye shape and face shape will be different, so you can expect a different outcome. But as long as you stick to the same colours and apply it in the same manner then it will resemble the makeup you are copying.
Here is a link to the cover photo of Pamela Anderson: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_vj2e1m7Hlgw/TQozmvwa07I/AAAAAAAAwmw/r2FRvYSYdBA/s1600/Celebutopia_NET.Pamela_Anderson.PLAYBOY.January_2011..jpg
House Of Lashes have landed on the ShowMe MakeUp desk this morning!
These are the new ‘Iconic’ lashes, and a set of bottom lashes to go with them.
I can’t wait to use these in a tutorial.
I don’t usually like thick banded lashes, but I’ve heard great reviews on these, so I will give them a go and let you know how I get on.
When using strip lashes with a thick band, warm them up with a hair dryer and then bend into a ‘C’ shape while they cool down.
The warmth from the hairdryer warms up the glue on the band which makes it moldable. So they should cool off into more of a curved shape which will sit better on your eyelid.
There’s nothing worse than a strip lash that keeps pinging-up one side!
You can purchase these lashes at www.houseoflashes.com
Here is my Mila Kunis inspired makeup tutorial.
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So here is my Classic Hollywood / Red Carpet inspired makeup tutorial!
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Sport these are a Festival this summer and you won’t go unnoticed!!
1. Apply BarryM lipstick in No.52 ‘Shocking Pink’ over the entire lips.
2. Then apply a White lipstick / kohl pencil in the centre of the lips and pat in to create a gradient.
3. Use a Red lip-stain along the line of your top lip, and again, pat into the Pink - I used ‘Rock’ by Kryolan.
4. Take an orange colour to do the same but along the bottom lip line. I used an Orange Paint Pout by Sleek!
Younique Moonstruck Minerals Pigment
I was sent these two pigments to try, and I have to say I really like them.
The two colours I received are ‘Curious’ and ‘Confident’
I particularly love Curious as its a beautiful iridescent Opal shade. And being as it is iridescent, when the light reflects off of the product it gives off a subtle Lilac / Pink appearance.
Usually with pigments I find they can be a little overpowering and often with this kind of tone they diminish any base colour they are placed over.
But this Younique Curious pigment is quite sheer which I am a massive fan of. You could place this pigment over any eyeshadow base and it will simply add an iridescence to the colour as opposed to covering it up and making it look Silver - which most other brands usually do.
The other shade, ‘Confident’, is like an Antique Gold colour. Again, very beautiful when the light hits it, the Gold pigment reflects wonderfully and is so eye-catching.
This is strong enough to be worn alone or over a dark eyeshadow colour such as rich dark Brown or a Black, for added depth & dimension.
The pay off of this particular shade is extremely good. You only need a small amount to gain full opacity.
If you wore this alone you may find it would crease in the socket line after a while as a lot of pigments do-so due to their texture, so I would advise using a good eye primer beforehand.
You can purchase these pigments online; www.fantasticlashes.net
They have a wide range of colours available in both shimmers and matte colours - 15 shades in each category.