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These tutorials were great and I think I might use a couple of the looks when I go clubbing this weekend...but first I need to hit up the drugstore and MAC.Posted Image

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Here we have plain eyes images/smilies/frown.gif

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Add some Urban Decay Primer Potion

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Now Some MAC Stilife paint

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Now the color!! Step one, add MAC Beautiful Iris to the inner corner

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Now MAC Creme De Violet on the outer corner - yeah it sucks now...LoL

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Now we are gonna add MAC Leisuretime to the crease and outer corner

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Now blend like a madman! I use the biggest shadow brush i own..

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Now I add MAC Kitschmas pigment all over, and as a higlight, b/c im a shimmer fiend

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Now line the bottom lashes with Leisuretime

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MASCARA TIME!

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END RESULT!!

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Love the color of your eyes Posted Image

 

 

 

Originally Posted by [email protected]
It's hard for me to explain everything so i just only put this pictures - sorry but my language is not so perfect like i wish Posted Image

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I got some requests for a green tutorial, so here we go! Maybe ya'll can get inspired for the "Dare To Be" theme this week! This will also be saved in the makeup technique section!

 

Supplies!

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Bare Canvas. W00t!

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UD PP is your best friend

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Yay I <3 Stilife Paint. Fun base!

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The first step, apply MAC's Lucky Green to the inner corners

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Next we add MAC's Swimming to outer corners.

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Then we are going to add MAC's Guacamole between them, and blend them together.

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OK now we are going to add MAC's Humid to the crease and outer corners

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Next, we will blend like a mofo! Blendy McBlend!

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OKie Doke. Now I added MAC's Teal Pigment as a lower and upper liner. I needed an excuse to use it and it's so pretty!

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Now I added MAC's Vex as a highlight and did more blending

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OK smokes. Now curl those beautiful lashes.

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YAY for mascara!! Loreal's Voluminous (w/ the curves brush) is freakin' AWESOME.

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VIOLA!!

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THANKS FOR THE TIPS. HOW TO APPLY BLUSH? I AM NC45 C7

Originally Posted by Trisha
  • To apply mascara to lower lashes, i rub a flat liner brush across the mascara wand and gently touch the bottom lashes, this gives a softer look
  • Apply a highligher just above the cupids bow of the lips to create a fuller look
  • Apply bronzer in a 3 motion touching the temples. cheekbones and jawline to mimic where the sun would naturally hit

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Originally Posted by [email protected]
It's hard for me to explain everything so i just only put this pictures - sorry but my language is not so perfect like i wish Posted Image
Wow, you're stunning.

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hi ya im a newbie, nice make up techniques. sorry 4 postin this i wud make my own post up but i dont know how yet. i was just wonderin could sum1 help me with a foundation problem, well what it is i brought a new liquid foundation yesterday and when i applied ii, it had like a spotty effect around the nose area and i tried 2 blend it out but the foundations drys very quick and it jus pulls it off and makes the matter worse, iv experienced this b4 with a few liquid foundation, does any1 know why this happens and how i could improve it, thanx

 

becky x x x

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All of these tuts being posted are great. They're really inspiring me to try different things with makeup. weeee=]

 

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I have small eyes and I would like to know what to do to make them look larger? Do I line upper lids and under lower eyelashes or what? What color showdow would make them appear larger? HELP!!!!

 

If you have any directions for me, I sure would appreciate it to make my eyes stand out and look larger. The color of my eyes are light blue, and my hair is kinda medium blonde.

 

Thanking you in advance,

JoAnn in TEXAS

Age 59

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JoAnn, i think you might get more of a response to this in the general make up forum. Try posting that over there!

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