quinta-feira, 11 de setembro de 2008

Green and yellow look

No, it wasn't a tribute to our soccer team... =(
I recognize that my concealer looks way more lighter than the rest of my face. I haven't been sleeping very well lately, and I think I used too much concealer...

Products:
Face:
Avon Beyond Color Tinted Face Glow
Everyday Minerals Multi-Task Concealer
Cores e Brilhos Compact Powder- Nº1
Avon Beyond Color Tinted Face Glow
Blush Vult nº3
Contém 1g Mattifying Primer

Eyes:
Eyelash curler
Avon Daring Definition Mousse Mascara
Cores e Brilhos e/s - White and Royal Blue
MAC Electric Eel
Campelle e/s: Yellow
Home Made Mixing Medium

Lips:
Cores e Brilhos Lipstick nº21

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Vamp look

I was at home, doing nothing(I mean, not doing nothing, just not doing other stuff that I actually had to do), and decided to create a vamp look! With no blush, to look more dramatic!
Oh, by the way, I'm terrible at lining. I still have a lot to learn about it.
I don't think I would go out looking like this in public (well... maybe at Halloween!). =)

Products used:
Eyes:
Cores e Brilhos e/s: black, wine and white
Completely forgot my mascara!

Face:
Everyday Minerals Foundation Golden Fair
Everyday Minerals Multi-Task Concealer
Cores e Brilhos Compact Powder nº1

Lips:
Cores e Brilhos Lipstick-Wine
Gloss Avon - Translucent

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Tutorial: creating an "enhanced" cleavage

I always tell people that with make-up anything is possible! Even creating an enhanced cleavage! So forget stuffing your bras with tissues and socks, grab your compact powders and brushes, and let's get to work!

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First I apply compact powder (the same shade I use on my face), to even out the skin color.

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Then, using a big angled brush, I countour my breasts using a compact powder which is a shade darker than the one I use on my face. Blended with a big and fluffy powder brush.

And, tada!!! Bigger boobs!!

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And you thought those models were perfect by nature? Hahaahhahaaha!

sábado, 6 de setembro de 2008

Look yellow and red

Look based on flower (almost dead, almost dead from the heat).

Cores e Brilhos e/s Intense White (Butterfly Wings)
MAC Crystalled Yellow
MAC Basic Red
Avon Daring Definition Mousse Mascara
Lápis retrátil Avon Glimmersticks for eyes - black
Corretivo Multi-Task Everyday Minerals

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Tutorial: how to create a crease.

A lot of people had been asked me how to create a crease (when you don't have one), so I decided to create a tutorial based on it.

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With a smooth black pencil, create a line following the shape of your eyes, in the place where you should have a crease.

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With a brush (here I'm using the MAC 219), smudge the line, to make it look as natural as possible.

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To be like this.

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Trace a line where the crease line ends, conecting it to your lid, shaping the outer coner of your eyes, like this.

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Again, smudge this line, to make it look natural.

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Fix it up a little bit using a q-tip.

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Final result.

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With eyeshadow.

If you're creating a darker look, use black pencil. For a lighter look, use a brown pencil.