End of summer or the beginning of Autumn always brings more colors into the scenery so I always get inspired in this time of the year. Ladies are still walking around with their summer tan on so I thought this look will inspire some of you in your everyday lives especially those that embrace a cool 90’s look.
I enjoy this look very much especially if worn with an oversized jeans jackets, natural thick brows and long brown hair. The colors that I used for this eye makeup are red, shimmering wine red, blue, dark blue, yellow, golden yellow. I chose a peachy nude lipstick and a coral shade of blush.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed this idea as much as I have. I wish you all a wonderful and colorful Autumn !
Hey guys, a new year with a fresh start is always healthy so I’ve kept busy and creative lately in order to deliver a makeup look that I haven’t tried before.
Therefore, I was inspired by my friend’s marsala sweater and tried on some colors that I would normally not choose for winter makeup especially in january. But, because snow hasn’t showed up yet, I guess shades of chololate brown with shades of marsala red highlighted with icy shimmery white shadow made the perfect combo. Here are pictures of how this cocktail turned up. Enjoy!
I hope you all spent wonderful moments on Christmas this year because I for one, had the best in years. But as times flies when you are having fun, New Year’s Eve party is around the corner.
Everybody wants to look good and unique at the New Years’s Eve party whether it’s the clothes, the shoes or the makeup. For this year, I chose this glam/sophisticated yet natural look that complements both younger and older ladies.
For the eyes I chose three shades of blue eye shadows. On the bottom layer I dashed some matte dark blue, on top of that I dashed some shimmering lighter shade of blue, on the outer corner I smudged some dark gray and on the inner eye I dotted some metallic blue eyeliner just to get that sparkling touch.
For the face and cheeks I used Artistry makeup products (Exact Fit Foundation, Mineral Powder, 3D Powder). Light contour your cheecks with bronze loose powder and some rosewood cheek blush but try to keep it clean and simple because you know the rule “less is more” especially on a night like this.
The lips should stay in a neutral tone because we want to emphasize the eyes this time. Try light shades of pink, chocolate, peach, coral.Thank you guys for checking this makeup out and hopefully you will find it inspiring.
May your 2017 New Year’s Eve bring you a new wave of happiness, hope, health, grace and last but not least, fun!
Last day of summer is finally here but that doesn’t mean our summer spirit is over yet. Most of you by now are pretty bronzy 🙂 , so am I actually, so I came up with this “sun-kissed” face glow makeup with light contouring so much as to highlight the cheeks, forehead and the tip of the chin.
For the eye makeup I chose shimmer shadows which emphasize tanned skin and brown eyes especially gold, dark gray, light brown, pale gold and copper.
I chose shimmery instead of matte because I find matte colors rather dull for sun-kissed skin but I enjoy matte lip colors such as light brown, chocolate or nude especially if you like to balance the shimmery shades of your eye makeup.
For contouring I used – Artistry® Limited-Edition 3D Face Powder – Sun-kissed which gives you the shimmering glow of sun-kissed, radiantly illuminated skin. This multi-effect powder highlights, brightens, and adds dimension to your complexion. For the cheeks I used Artistry Signature Color® Blush, shade Golden Light. For a final touch, I used Artistry® Signature Eyes Volume Mascara® – Black added in three layers. I hope you guys find this look inspirational and as flattering for a tanned skin as I do.
Have a great day guys and feel free to share and comment!
Summer is kicking and vibrant colors are finally out of the closet. I ‘ve always been fond of colors such as lilac, purple, blue, pink and green so this time I’ve created a cut crease makeup style in shades of blue and lilac.
I used black liner for the bottom lash line for a better contour but I left the upper lid clear in lilac because I didn’t want to turn it into a smoky eye look. I emphasised my crease cutting it in shades of blue (matte and shimmer) and I added three coats of volume mascara.
The brows are lightly colored in brown with a brow pencil but you can always use a little eye shadow in a similar color as your natural hair.
My lips are contoured with a nude lip pencil and the lipstick is a mixture between a light shade of pink and a dab of beige lip gloss on top. The cheeks are lightly colored in a shade of rose pink and for the face contouring I used the 3d powder that I’ve already presented to you in my other post. All products used in this look are from the makeup brand Artistry.
Thank you guys for visiting and I hope you find this makeup style fun for the summer of 2016 :).
I have recently bought this new makeup color pallete from Artistry Signature Color Edition of 2016 in cool shades called Plumberry just to keep up with the hot summer days and nights.
This makeup style is appropriate for all daily occasions and it surely complements all skin types and eye colors. The blue shade lip gloss is from Pacific Lights Collection ARTISTRY called Tropical. This lip gloss lights up when you open it and it has a little mirror on the side so you can better see what you’re doing when night time falls in. It also has a sheer texture which won’t affect or change your lip undertone.
So girls, If it’s too hot outside for you, this lip gloss has a minty flavour which will certainly cool you down a little :).
I also used a natural shade of fluid foundation and a mineral powder in medium shade from Artistry. The 3 D powder lightly contours the face in natural tones giving that nude face tone altogether.
Thank you guys for stopping by! Have a wonderful week and stay tuned for more summer makeup ideas.