For today’s makeup look I have a half purple cut-crease. I’ve been so inspired by color lately that even I cannot believe myself. I always liked to wear neutral colored makeup, nothing too flashy just subtle and I still do for my day-to-day life, but when it comes to create looks for the blog I lovee playing with color. It looks beautiful.
I want to try and share a makeup look every Wednesdays, so fingers crossed.
So, as you can see from the tittle I have another makeup look to share with you guys, and this one is an exciting one, it’s a blue and golden glitter reverse cut-crease. I have a step-by-step on how to create a reverse cut-crease, you can check it out by clicking HERE.
Time for the second part to this series, the EYES EDITION.
This small part of the face requires lots of products as well, you don’t need to use all of these products, of course, but I will recommend one of each category just in case you would like to know or even try them out.
So, one of my really good friends is getting married, yesterday was her Mehndi Party (It’s a party in which the bride gets her henna tattoo done, and so does everyone else), and on today’s blog post I will share with you guys the makeup and outfit I had on yesterday.
Since there is one more weekend left of Coachella I wanted to create a Coachella make-up inspo for all of you that get to go it, it’s a very simple and bronzy look, with a pop of color. I know, another one with blue! But I loveee how blue looks with golden and brown shades, couldn’t control myself! I wanted to make something easy to achieve yet something different, but most important of all I wanted to make it super wearable.
Today’s post is a make-up look one. I think I’m too into the cut creases lately, but it looks soooo beautiful I cannot not do it.
Today’s cut-crease was created using one palette only, and that is the Anastacia Beverly Hills (ABH) Modern Renaissance eyeshadow palette. This palette is my absolute favorite one, the color selection is just perfect (check my review on this palette HERE).