I have practiced with a few looks using Naked 3 now so I have figured out my favourite combos for this palette. Continue reading
Another first for me and it’s my favourite products I’ve discovered this month. They have all exceeded my expectations and some have even replaced previous favourites. Continue reading
I was in Mexico for Spring Break and had midterms in the days beforehand hence my lack of posts in the last week or so. To make it up to you, I have plenty of posts about hauls, reviews and makeup looks to come.
The day before I left for Mexico, I treated myself to a ‘little’ haul in Sephora and The Body Shop.
Between the dieting, the shopping, the waxing and grooming we make every effort to look good for the holidays. The problem remains, the beach is not a makeup friendly environment. If like me, you fear being caught sans makeup in all your holiday snapshots, fear not. I have found 5 makeup options that are minimalist and beach appropriate.
My advice is the same for all these looks; work with what you have and be sure it won’t melt off you during the day.
Inspired by my flowers from a lovely stranger on Valentine’s Day, I created this simple, sultry Valentine’s-esque look. I kept my eyes uncomplicated with warm neutral colours and to dress it up a bit I added a pop of colour with a tinted lip balm. I also used a bright blush to add a little glow to my cheeks.
5 Tricks to Get You Started
- Whether you’re using vibrant colours or the traditional neutral shades, one rule applies to all – blend! Smokey eye makeup can still be dramatic without being harsh, so blend out the darkest shades.
- The trick to getting the best gradient is to build layers. It takes longer but the softer, sultry end result is worth it.