Street lights, snow, frost and dark nights are all part of this time of year's festive season when walking home from late night parties and dinners, surely feels magical. Despite the fact that you're tightly wrapped into a brown fur coat and wearing wool lined, red, leather gloves, your cheeks are turning into light red and the cold winter air somehow slithers under your cashmere jumper. Frost, cruching under your boots, covering tree branches and walls of the houses, twinkel
Now that trees are finally changing into their autumn clothing of red, orange and yellow, and the nights are getting darker at last, is time to update not only your wardrobe but also your makeup rutine. You can forget light peach and pink of the summer and start thinking about rich browns, delicious deep reds and plums of the autumn. As always when moving into fall we start craving for comfortable, fluffy jumpers, warm peppermint tea and cosy movie nights under wool blankets.
This post contains all of the makeup looks from past mouth or so that I feel like sharing. Here should be little something for everyone from bold eyes to glam to even tutorial. I try to explain every look as well as I can and hopefully you'll find them inspirational. Modern Glamour This look is a modern take on a sophisticated party look. I wanted to create a perfect cat eye look without doing the classic eyeliner or smokey eye. So I placed my eyeshadow the way you would usua
The sun and the moon have been there for a very long time. They shine in the sky giving us light. Without the sun there is no life or joy and without the moon there is no rest and harmony. They're the absolute symbols of night and day. They're the only things that seem to remain the same decade after decade. Many cultures have named god's and goddess's after them, dedicated days and holly places to them and even worshiped them in the hope of getting into their favor. Like in
Hello everybody. Autumn is here and that's why I decided to do something different and try cut crease. This look is not anything super hard to accomplish but you may need more practise if you have never done a cut crease eye. I used neutral tones and a little bit of dark burgundy red. So let's get started. 1. Start crease work with light neutral drown shadow. Use blender brush but keep the shadow a little bit above your natural crease so that the cut crease effect shows up be
Hi everybody! Today I'm sharing another makeup tutorial but this time to a pink toned halo eye. It's easy to do, pretty and goes with every occasion. In this tutorial I'm using Urban decay Naked3 eyeshadow palette (again) but you can use other similar colours or different colours if you like. So let's get started. 1. Start by using a soft light pink (limit) as a transition shade. Apply the colour to you crease with a bigger crease blender brush. 2. Using the same brush take a
In todays post I'm going to be sharing four makeup looks I've done during summertime. Soft and sweet looks for a hot summer day will hopefully help you to update your favourite natural glam. And two bit more adventurous looks are perfect for a night out, a party or for a rock concert. Tea parties in rose bushes and strawberries by the beach! This look is sweet, young, cute and most importantly easy to pull of. All you need are some pink toned eyeshadows (urban decay Naked 3 p