Tuesday, July 26, 2011


 Rocking the sunglasses for a classic easy look!
Here i have on two sally girl eye shadows: Stary Night (Sparkly Black) & Glow Green (Bright Green) but toned down! With ELF blush in flushed on my cheeks Accompanied by my lovely flyer Crystal (A no make up natural beauty)

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Cambell Soup Anyone?

At an art gallery with the sister. Totally did both of our make up! What do you think? I"ve fallen in love with purple lipstick!

Monday, June 27, 2011

False Eyelashes

Before Application

After purchasing your first set of false eyelashes, no matter what type you have chosen, you will need to trim the length. You can opt to have them professionally trimmed or do the cutting yourself. To trim them at home, start by placing them lightly over the top of your lashes to measure the length you desire. With a sharp set of cuticle scissors, lightly cut the ends to the right length. Check against your lashes and cut more if necessary.

Step One

Apply a thin line of eyeliner pencil along your lash line where you intend to place your false eyelashes. This line can be used as a guide when applying and will hide any skin that may not be covered completely by the lash strip.

Step Two

Place a small amount of the eyelash glue on the back of your hand - waterproof glue is available for a more secure seal. Pick up the lash strip, flare or individual lashes with a tweezers and dip into the glue. Always let the glue dry for approximately 15 - 30 seconds before applying the false lashes to your eyes.
Looking straight at the mirror, you will want to begin placing the eyelash extensions along the base of your lashes corresponding to the place in your eye where the color starts. Always begin at the outer edge of your eye, working your way in. Place the fake lashes as close to your natural lash line as possible. If using individual lashes, continue applying until you have reached your desired level of fullness. For a strip or flare, be sure to secure the edges of the strips within your own lashes.
After you have pressed the lashes along your eyelids, keep your eyes closed for approximately sixty seconds while gently pressing onto the glued ends. During this period while the glue is being set, you can also lightly hold the false eyelashes upright toward the eyebrows to encourage them to open up the eyes.

Step Three

Always add mascara after you have completed the gluing process. Apply a coat on each side of your lashes to help the fake and real blend together. Defining mascara is the best choice as it separates the lashes and creates the most natural look. Finally, add liquid eyeliner along the base of your lashes to hide the seam.


When removing your eyelash extensions, always be gentle. Start with a dab of eye makeup remover on a cotton swab. Gently tap the swab at the base of the lashes to loosen the glue. Lightly pull off each strand or the strip of false lashes. Clean your false eyelashes with the eye makeup remover making sure that all the glue and mascara has been removed. As they can be reused, it is important that eyelash extensions receive a thorough cleaning and are stored in a secure case.

Sunday, May 29, 2011


Hey guys i just went to the mall with marquice today to pick up some scents from victorias secret and heres what i had on! (btw i never got what i needed because it was a diff sale :()

Sorry its not the best picture but the only one i took :/ Tutorial maybe :)

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Friday, May 27, 2011

Sigma Make Up!


Hey guys check out the sigma beauty website! the have tons of great brushes including my favorite flat top kabuki!

Thursday, April 28, 2011


The purpose of a good concealer is to hide all wound marks, birth marks or any other marks on your skin. You can use your finger tip or a soft and flat brush to apply concealer. If you do not have perfect skin, you sure need some quality concealer.