Friday, April 11, 2014

3 Ways To Add A Pop Of Color To Your Everyday Look

Today I wanted to share a few different ways to dress up your everyday neutral eye makeup, with a pop of color. Each way takes only a few seconds, but changes the look a lot and makes it come alive!
This is the base natural look I have worked with:
And these are the looks I have created from it, just by adding a pop of color:

Products Used:
Sigma eyeshadow base in Persuade
Wet 'n Wild Walking On Eggshells eyeshadow trio
MAC Float On By eye kohl
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in Freak
Physicians Formula Shimmer Stripes gel eyeliner for brown eyes
Sigma Creme De Couture eyeshadow palette
Brushes Used:
Sigma Bauty E05 Eyeliner brush
Sigma Bauty E45 Small Tapered Blending brush
Sigma Bauty E20 Short Shader brush

Friday, April 4, 2014

How To Fake A Tan Using Makeup

And not only.
I am going to show you what clothes, jewelry and nail polish you should wear to emphasize your light-spring-tan :)
I am also going to show you a few tricks I like to do with makeup, to look a little bit more tan.
I have never used self tanning treatments, although I want to try the St. Tropez brozning mouse sometime..
So if you don't like (or don't own) tanning lotions and stuff like that, and you want to look naturally tan, just watch the video at the bottom of this post :) And I am not telling you the things I do in the video, just by guessing. I am telling you stuff that really works! Things I do that make people go "Oh, you look kind of tan today!" or "Have you been at the beach lately or something??.."
And so I really wanted to share my tips with you guys! ^_^ Hope you'll get the same results and comments as I do (; Would LOVE to see your bronzed looks! Tweet pictures to me at @MakeUp_ArtFreak or mention me on Instagram @makeup_and_art_freak or #makeupandartfreak ! :)

Products Used:
Garnier Roll On Anti Circles concealer
Sigma Persuade eyeshadow base
Sigma Elope eyeshadow
Sigma Approach eyeshadow
Coastal Scents 88 Original eyeshadow palette
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On eye pencil in Zero
Sigma Control eyeshadow
MAC Zoom Fast Black Lash mascara
NARS Laguna Bronzer
NARS Orgasm blush
Benefit What's Up highlighter
MAC Pink Plaid lipstick
Brushes Used:
MAC 252SE brush
Sigma E25 Blending brush
Sigma E05 Eyeliner brush
Sigma F10 Powder/Blush brush
Sigma F15 Duo Fibre Powder/Blush brush

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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Gradient Ombre Eyeliner How To (DIY Colored Liner)

Hey folks! Happy Saturday! :)
Springtime always makes me want to use fun colors and add a pop of color to my everyday makeup. A colorful eyeliner is always fun! But what if you don`t have a specific color of eyeliner in your makeup collection? OR what if you want to use several different colors for your liner and make it fade from light to dark?
Today I am going to show you how you can create any color of liner you want, if you have the same color of eyeshadow! :) I am going to show you how to make it stay put and look vibrant just as an eyeliner would!
Also, I am going to show you how I dress up my springtime-liner by creating a gradient effect!
Scroll down to the bottom of this post to check out the video tutorial and learn exactly how I do it! :) <3

Products Used:
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On eye pencil in Freak
Coastal Scents 88 Original palette
MAC Fix Plus spray
Physicians Formula Shimmer Stripes gel eyeliner for brown eyes (Black)
Brushes Used:
Sigma E10 Eyeliner Brush
MAC 209 Eyeliner Brush