The art of make-up is so intriguing to me and I enjoy improving my technique from any inspiration that I come across! Here I'd like to share all of that with you :)
katamount asked: I would like some advice/I-don't-know-what. I have blue/green eyes, I wear glasses (they are super dark brown so they look black and I'm nearsighted), and I really want to do a smoky eye look. I have a blue palette that is alright but what would be a better palette for smoky eye that can be converted to every day easily?
If you want a palette that can be used for both day and night looks, go with neutrals. I like to have a matte base/highlight, a shimmering nude, a rich medium brown, and a dark dark brown. Also having a pop of color spices a look up, choose a color that compliments your eyes. A nice wash of purple in the crease (mixed with a brown), or under your eye looks great on everyone! If you want to open up your eyes because of your glasses (i know your pain!), use a nude or white eyeliner on the waterline and the highlight or shimmering nude in the inner corner and only line under your eyes about halfway. Hope this helps!@2 years ago with 1 note
ionknowyou asked: Do you know if the MAC blanket face make-up charts are any useful for practice or is it more appropriate for professional mua.
They’re amazing for practice! It’s totally useful when you’re trying to plan out a look but you don’t want to practice on your face just yet.@2 years ago with 1 note
jbirdd asked: Beautiful blog.
I study make-up and it's lovely to see a strong colorful make-up blog.
Thank you so much! :)@2 years ago with 2 notes