If there’s anything that can brighten my day (other than my animals or 'framily') it’s a quality, bright lip adornment.
In self isolation, I've found a lot of...weird things on Instagram to say the least. One of those delightfully interesting Internet finds is called "panning". Basically, the idea is you document every makeup product you finish on a seperate Instagram account and set a goal for yourself to use up some or all of your products by a certain date.
Makeup is usually viewed as in different aspects depending on how makeup is used. Sometimes the cosmetic tools are used for a boost of confidence, a mask to put on and hide the other side and can't feel comfortable without the cover up. Sometimes it's a way to be someone else for a while, wearing some different shades to embody by a semi-transformation.
Matching your foundation shade is by far one of the most annoying parts of your makeup routine, especially when your buying online. So to help I’ve collected some note worthy tips to keep in mind when finding your perfect shade:
Spring-summer 2020 presents lots of kinds of surprises: from deductive outfits and accessories to extraordinary makeup made in pink tones and shades. And it is not surprising that the makeup artists continue to experiment with the favorite colors of the legendary Barbie look, creating gentle images, as well as inventing complex combinations, that challenging modern fashion women regardless of their age.
Everyone has had one of those days when you've needed to get out of the house quickly, maybe you overslept or suddenly remembered you were meant to meet up with a friend before work, yet you also want to look flawless and stunning with the most minimal effort.
Makeup offers a wide world of beautiful possibilities. Whether you’re just trying to cover your zits or you’re transforming yourself into a goddess, there’s an overwhelming array of makeup products and techniques. Yet makeup artists will tell you that there are rules to abide by. Don’t let the makeup police come after you. Here’s your holy book of makeup advice.
Hey everybody, I just wanted to share a moment I had the other day, over something that as a teen / child I hated, and as an adult just embraced and enjoyed so much. It’s funny how something like this works, a situation that you hate and only learn to appreciate as an adult because you have the ability to much more easily.... maybe it's just me... we'll see!