PROM MAKEUP: Full Face Talk Through Makeup Tutorial
Prom makeup is almost as important as the dress, with all the photos and videos that people end up recording from the special night. So I wanted to come on and share a flattering prom makeup look that is quick and easy to recreate. Be sure to watch the beginner friendly makeup tutorial linked below! I hope you all enjoy 🙂
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MUFE Ultra HD Foundation, 177 & 175, HERE
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer, Cafe, HERE
Sacha Cosmetics Powder, HERE
Sacha Cosmetics Concealer Palette, HERE
Sleek by 3 Blush Palette, Pink Sprint (Pink Parfait), HERE
Black Radiance Pressed Powder, Ebony, HERE
MAC Cosmetics MSF Natural, Dark, HERE
MUFE Pro Sculpting Duo, #2, HERE
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Watch the Makeup Tutorial Below!
Jaclyn Hill Palette Spring Makeup Look
Hey guys, I wanted to do a spring makeup tutorial using the gorgeous Morphe Brushes eyeshadow in the Jaclyn Hill Palette. This look is the perfect balance between colorful and neutral and so it allows you to add a touch of spring to your everyday look! I love Morphe Brushes shadows! They are super buttery and pigmented, and I am pleasantly surprised because I was a little skeptical that shadows so affordable could be so good. The Morphe Brushes Jaclyn Hill palette is the perfect assortment of colors and will be great for a wide range of skintones. Check out the makeup tutorial below!
Benefit Porefessional Primer, HERE
MUFE Mist and Fix, HERE
Ben Nye Banana Powder, HERE
MAC MSF Natural, Sunpower, HERE
Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation, Warm Almond, HERE
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer, Cafe, HERE
MAC Prolongwear Concealer, NC45, HERE
Sephora Jumbo Liner 12Hour Wear Water Proof, Dark Brown Matte, HERE
Beauty Blender, HERE
Sleek Blush, Pink Sprint, HERE
Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector, Blushed Copper, HERE
Watch the Makeup Tutorial
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Bombshell Hair Tutorial: Summer Ombre
Hey guys! So this may be the first hair tutorial I have ever posted on here…I can’t remember, aha. But I wanted to get one up since I get a fair amount of requests for these on my youtube channel! These ombre hair extensions are absolutely gorgeous, and I am so excited to be able to try it out. It really adds dimension to the curls, and I am so enjoying rocking this look!
I used a John Frieda curling iron, in 1.5″ from Amazon but you can get it at Ulta too! Right now, they are offering a FREE John Frieda Frizz Ease Secret Weapon Finishing Cream (offer valid 7/2/14-8/2/14 or while supplies last). It is a really great curling iron, it heats up fast and had great cool down time. I highly recommend it because it has Titanium Ceramic technology, which seals in moisture and cuts down on frizz! These are two very essential characteristics for any heat tool to have.
Ombre Hair Tutorial: Step by Step
Before applying heat to your hair, always prep with a heat protectant. My favorite is by Aphogee, and it is the Keratin & Green Tea Reconstructor. Keratin is the MVP in my hair regimen, and I highly recommend it for anyone with dyed or chemically processed hair!
Then I proceed to curl the hair! I used Aquage Hair Spray, and it is one of favorites. It gives amazing hold without the cruchiness that often comes with other hair sprays!
To see the play by play check out my tutorial below!
Nicki Minaj Makeup from The Other Woman Movie Premiere!
Nicki Minaj Makeup inspiration for some summer night glam
Welcome to my first Nicki Minaj makeup tutorial! Scrolling through instragram, I came across a photo of Nicki Minaj’s makeup at The Other Woman movie premiere. I have to say I was completely blown away with how GORGEOUS she looked! The look was very simple, even a little understated—smoky lid with a classic winged liner—but it was show stoppingly striking when paired with Nicki’s sultry edge, beautiful features, and unmatched confidence. I loved it so much I HAD to recreate it, with some adaptations to suit my face and skin tone.
Lancome Visionnaire 1 Minute Blur
Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation, Almond
Maybelline Fit Me Concealer, Cafe
L’Oreal True Match Concealer Crayon, Medium/Deep N6-7-8
Ben Nye Banana Powder
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural, Sunpower
NYX Blush, Cinnamon
Too Faced Natural Eyes palette, “Honey Pot” (used as highlighter)
L’Oreal Liquid Pencil Liner, Black
MAC Eyeshadow, Brown Script
LORAC Behind the Scenes Primer
Too Faced Natural Eyes Palette, “Chocolate Martini,” “Push Up,” and “Honey Pot”
L’OREAL Gel Liner, Blackest Black
Red Cherry, WSP (2 pairs stacked)
I had so much fun with this look and hope you all enjoy! I plan to do more celebrity inspired looks, so be sure to comment if you have any requests. I really think this look is a no fail win for summer date nights, or for whenever you need a bronzey, gilded glow and a timeless touch of glam.