FOTD: Bright Blues

FOTD: Bright Blues

FOTD
I forgot to post details for this eye look I was wearing when I filmed some videos a couple weeks ago (BTW - the empties/purge video I filmed is still in the works... the editing is a bit more complicated than I expected). So, here it is! I'm wearing lots of good stuff for this look. Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion Lorac eyeshadow in caramel as a transition shade Urban Decay Electric palette - Gonzo and Chaos on the inner to mid lid Viseart Dark Matte palette - both dark blue shades in the outer corner and crease Kat Von D Alchemist palette - {blue} saphyre on the inner corner and a little over the lid Juvia's Place Nubian 2 palette - Cleopatra on the bottom lash line Kat Von D…
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FOTD: Gold Eyes, Bold Lip

FOTD: Gold Eyes, Bold Lip

FOTD, Tutorials and Tips
EDIT: I posted this a few days ago, but it posted to the date I began the draft...back in October! My apologies, and enjoy! Hi all, I wanted to show you one of my favorite looks so far for this season. I wore this to a holiday dinner a couple nights ago, and I was really hoping to have it up before Christmas in case you needed a simple holiday look as well, but alas... What's great about this look, though, is that you don't really need an "occasion" to use it because it's not over the top. I think a deep plum or berry lip would also look great with the gold eyes! Here's the final look: And here's how to do it: 1) Start off with your favorite…
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Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Palette

Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Palette

FOTD, Tutorials and Tips
Hi, everyone! I'm so sorry I haven't posted in a while. I had a crazy week and didn't have much time to get photos together for a post. But now I do! https://flic.kr/p/qsuwE4 I was playing around with my Wet n Wild palette in Comfort Zone and decided to post a tutorial for this really simple neutral smokey-ish look. It's super easy and only takes a couple minutes to do. 1. Take the "browbone" shade from the right side of the palette and pat it into the inner 2/3 of the lid. https://flic.kr/p/qbfv2e 2. Take the "definer" shade from the right side and work it into the outer third, blending it in with your base color. Drag any excess through your crease. https://flic.kr/p/pvF8co 3. Dip your brush into the "definer"…
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