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).
This time I have lots of make-up favorites for you guys, I’ve tried so much stuff in the last few months. So thankful to have been able to get my hands in these babies, it has definitely been a struggle getting my hands on some of these make-up items.
Today will be a different post, I’ve thought of doing this every month from now on.
From now on, every month, I will share with you guys a make-up tip it can be a technique or even a product that has really been working out for me, it changed how I applied my make-up, and maybe it can help you too!
So, right now there is a festival going on called Navratri. This a Hindu festival, which is dedicated to the worship of the Godess DURGA. The word Navaratri means ‘nine nighs’. During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of the Godess are worshipped. So we get all dressed up to go to the temple and dance all night long.
So I will be sharing my looks of the days that I get to go!
Today I’m going to give you the 101 on the method know as baking/cooking to set the under eye area or even the area under the contour.
First of all let’s get our facts checked, this method has been used in the drag community for years, where the drags have been practicing it make their faces basically bullet proof against all the sweat that will go through during their performances, so their makeup stays intact and now it has been brought to the beauty bloggers world.
How is your week going so far? Friday is almost here (yeyyy)!
So, today I will share with you guys what’s in my everyday make-up bag.
I don’t like to do full on make-up everyday, it’s actually very uncomfortable and bad for the skin, I usually tend to do a full face of make-up on the weekends or some special occasion. On the weekdays I usually just do my brows, if I need I will put on some concealer to cover some spots and some powder if my face is too oily and of course lip balm or lipstick.