So I spent most of my weekend binge-watching Pretty Little Liars (I’m only on season 4… no spoilers please.) Every time the iconic intro showed, I couldn’t help but notice how much I loved Alison DiLaurentis’ shimmery bronze eyeshadow. Today I was inspired to try to get my makeup to look the same. Here is how I recreated the Pretty Little Liars Intro Eyeshadow…
Last weekend, I decided to do an eyebrow tutorial for people with no eyebrows. Unfortunately, the good eyebrow gene skipped over me and so I pretty much have no eyebrows. Not to worry though… with a little bit of makeup and this eyebrow tutorial, you can look like you have eyebrows too!
When I think about fall, I think about gold and other shimmery colors. In other words, it’s only natural for me to want golden eye makeup during the fall. I think pairing gold with other darker colors or black eyeliner is a really great way to create a bold look for those holiday parties. One of my favorite looks is a smokey eye with gold shimmer in it. Check out these beautiful looks for some fall inspiration…
Golden Eye Makeup:
Did you like this look? If so, you should check out gold leaf hair..
What do you think of these looks? Is gold a good color choice for November? Please leave your feedback in the comments section below…
If there is one trend I have seen emerge this year, it is some special effects-style Halloween makeup… and I love it. Halloween costume makeup is very trendy this year and also a creative way to dress up your Halloween costumes. Note that it goes a little deeper than the “sugar skull,” which has been popular for the last few years. I’ve searched high and low on Instagram to find some of the best, most creative looks this year.
Halloween Makeup from Instagram:
What do you think about special effects Halloween costume makeup? Have you seen some other cool looks this year? I’d love to read your feedback in the comments section below…
In honor of the upcoming Halloween, I wanted to find some beautiful orange and black makeup to share with you all. Well, I found this gem from Maryam Maquillage. A “cut crease” is a very popular style of eyeshadow at the moment and I love the glitter on the lower lash line.
Maryam features a tutorial on her website for a “Halloween fortune teller” type costume. However, I think this makeup stands out on its own. If you are looking for classy yet bold Halloween eye makeup, then look no further.
Orange and Black Makeup:
What do you think about this beautiful orange and black makeup? Would you ever we are your makeup like this for Halloween? I’d love to read your feedback in the comments section below!