Avant Garde Look # 2:
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Saturday, June 16, 2012
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Lashes like these are quite heavy feeling on the lid, but oh so fun to wear!
For those of you who don't know, lip tars are a matte lip cream product, applied with a brush, they are mixable, blendable, and work as a blush or lip color.
I highlighted the model's cheekbones with a liquid highlighter
Above, I used a dark color on her blonde eyelashes, and took it down the sides of the nose for an exaggerated contour using taupe cream shadow
The eyeshadow look above, was created using orange cream eyeshadow, a red shimmer shadow, yellow shadow under the brow bone, and a mix of several loose pigments. I started with NYX white eyeshadow base, to help intensify the color, and then dragged a gel eyeliner across the lash line
As promised, below is my take on makeup for a beach wedding. Some of the important items from my first post, still apply. Primer is still important here, however there are some important differences for a beach wedding:
- If possible, use waterproof makeup, not just waterproof mascara
- Consider that natural light isn't forgiving, so your makeup needs to account for that
- Swap out foundation for a tinted moisturizer
Eye, up close:
Outside, in natural sunlight:
Sun-kissed cheek bones: