Friday, March 26, 2010

Gold Champagne


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Arctic fairy


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Shut heart


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Mandarin


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Eyebrow


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Bold blending


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Golden rosy


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Angel nebula


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Natural skin II


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Trickle juliet


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Golden rose II


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Russian blue


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Tropical


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Dreamlike

1. Apply basic foundation. If your skin's NOT oily, skip powder.
2. Use a shadow that's slightly darker than your skin color and contour as shown in the picture. DO NOT OVERDO IT!
3. Highlight the part circled in the picture with lighter color.
4. Apply caramel colored shadow in the circled area
5. Apply a bit darker color than 4 on the circled area
6. Apply a bit darker color than shadow used in 5 on the circled area
7. Line your top lashline as if filling in spaces between the lashes and extend out a bit longer than usual. (It's okay to overdo it a bit. ha ha.)
8. Apply thin line of eyeliner on the bottom than make it thinker on the outer corner of your eye to the red line.
9. Use the eye shadow used in 4 to apply on the circled area
10. Say the 10-1 picture is step 8. Than the 10-2 picture is step 9 with the eye shadow.Don't forget mascara!

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Natural skin


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Amethyst

1. Apply basic skin and base makeup. In this picture, blush has been applied and the brows have been filled in slightly.
2. As a base, use a pearly ivory shadow on the entire lid beneath the brow bone.
3. Slightly apply a highlighter on your brow bone and inner eyes (near your nose bridge).
4. Use a small and flexible brush to apply a purple shadow along your lower eyes. Try to apply it so it progressively gets bolder as you reach the outer corner. TIP: It's important to be very deliberate until you reach the inner corner.
5. Use a gold glitter liner near your tear ducts (this makes your eyes look more lively).
6. Use a black eyeliner to line your inner upper eyelids (very close to the lash line).
7. Use an ashy/grey shadow on your crease about halfway across your lids. Try to gradiate so it gets lighter as you reach the center.
8. Finish off by curling your lashes and applying mascara!

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Brown smokey


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Futural twiggy


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Gold cat

1. Apply basic skin and base makeup. For a healthy and glossy look, do not use powder. Since this look will emphasize the eyes, fill in your eyebrows very lightly and highlight the shaded areas.
2. Use an orangey/bronze blush on your cheekbones, following the direction of the arrows. If you don't have any, a lipstick of a similar color will suffice.
3. Use a bit of concealer in the shaded area as your base (color pigment up!)
4. Next, we're going to use some gold powder shadow but it has the tendancy to loose its vividness and crumble when applied, so mix it with a bit of lotion/cream and apply it in the shaded area.
5. Use a brown shadow in the marked area. This will give your eyes depth and make them look bigger.
6. Use a black eyeshadow where shown. It's a good idea to place a tissue or something beneath your eye so the loose powders from the shadow won't ruin your skin makeup.
7. Line your eyes with liquid eyeliner and create a flick at the end.
8. Since this look is supposed to put emphasis on your eyes, too much color on your lips can make your makeup look tacky. Kill pigmentation in your lips with a tiny bit of concealer and apply a clear gloss on top.
9. Finish with mascara!

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Love paradise

1. Apply basic skin and base makeup~2. Use a cream colored shadow all over the eyelid in the marked area (this will make the colors you use next look more vivid).3. Use a shell pink colored shadow in the marked area, slightly lower on your eyelids than the first shade. The picture on the right shows how it should look when you open your eyes.4. Use an indian red color in the indicated area, only about 1/2 way across your lids as the previous color.5. Use a pearly light purple/lilac shade on your aegyo-ssal (the baggy-ish part on your lower eyelids). Draw slightly thicker as you reach the outer corner of your eye.6. Use a lilac colored shadow only at the end corner of your under eyelid, near the waterline.7. Use a glittery pink shadow stick on the crease of your eyes.8. VERY LIGHTLY draw a thin line of eyeliner on your lashline and waterline. Curl your lashes.9. Finish off with mascara!1. Apply basic skin and base makeup~
2. Use a cream colored shadow all over the eyelid in the marked area (this will make the colors you use next look more vivid).
3. Use a shell pink colored shadow in the marked area, slightly lower on your eyelids than the first shade. The picture on the right shows how it should look when you open your eyes.
4. Use an indian red color in the indicated area, only about 1/2 way across your lids as the previous color.
5. Use a pearly light purple/lilac shade on your aegyo-ssal (the baggy-ish part on your lower eyelids). Draw slightly thicker as you reach the outer corner of your eye.
6. Use a lilac colored shadow only at the end corner of your under eyelid, near the waterline.
7. Use a glittery pink shadow stick on the crease of your eyes.
8. VERY LIGHTLY draw a thin line of eyeliner on your lashline and waterline. Curl your lashes.
9. Finish off with mascara!

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Pink Sparkle

1. Apply basic skin and base makeup.
2. Use a cream colored shadow all over the eyelids (this will make the colors that you'll use next look more vivid).
3. Use a highly metallic/glittery silver colored eyeshadow and apply it up to the marked line (the glitter pigments should be large for a more shimmery look)
4. Apply a pink eyeshadow in the indicated areas, tapering slightly upwards near the ends of your eye.
5. Use a hot pink eyeshadow and draw it over the previous shade, but be careful that you start from about 2/3 across your upper eyelid (where the white line is drawn).
6. Draw a line on your lower eyelids using a white pearl shadow stick within the marked area. Make sure the line gets thinner as you near the outter corner.
7-1: Draw a thin line of eyeliner close to your lashline.
7-2: Use eyeliner on your waterline all the way to the inner corner.
7-3: Connect your eyeliner at the corner of your eyes so that you get a cat-like effect.
8. Curl your lashes.
9. Finally mascara!

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Delicate caramel

1. Apply basic skin and base makeup.
1-1: Use a brow pencil to create the illusion of darker and fuller eyebrows (this adds appeal to the eyecolor! : D)
1-2: Use a pink blush with light purple/lilac tints where the arrows are marked.
2. Using a shadow that is similar to your skin shade, apply it all over the eyelids as a base.
3. Using a pearl-based/shimmery color that is similar to your base shade, apply it slightly lower on your eyelids than the first shade, sweeping down towards the tear ducts (try to keep it natural-looking). You should be able to see the shimmer near your tear ducts once the shadow's been applied.
4-1: Use a cocoa colored shadow up to the crease of your eye.
4-2: To emphasize the shape of your eyes, use the same shadow and apply a natural-looking shade in the indicated area.
5. Apply a caramel colored eyeshadow slightly thickly on the lower eyelids.
6. Use a pencil liner to apply a slight flick at the outer corner of your upper eyes.
7. Apply a thin line of eyeliner on your waterline.
8. Add mascara for the finishing touch!

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Smokey


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Shading


1. Follow your face line from the bottom of your ear to your chin and put in a natural shading. This is the most important part of making a small face.
2. In the C area, shade in a way that caresses around the eye.
3. When you are sporting a hairstyle that reveals your forehead, put a natural shade from where your hair starts to make your face look smaller.
4. Put highlight in that area to help conceal dark circles.
5. Highlight the t-zone area to create a certain effect for your face.
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