Posts Tagged ‘Eye Makeup for Blue Eyes’

Have a hot date? Put on your night eyes!

Thursday, January 21st, 2010

Night makeup

Day-to-night makeup.

Are you heading out for a few drinks or going on a dinner date straight after work? In a few simple steps … take your office-look into the evening. Grab a portable mirror and do it at your desk!

Makeup artist tip: This look is perfect for Valentine’s Day. You will totally rock his socks!

Day makeup look


A wash of light-beige metallic eyeshadow(1) over the eyelid, a slick of liquid liner(2) across the top lashes, paired with a pink lip(3) and cheek(4). To take this look into the night, watch the video tutorial and follow the steps below:


Smoky Eyeshadow: Forever Fashionable

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Smoky eyeshadow


“The secret to creating a smoky eye is layering and blending. Layer dark colors over light and blend well.”

“This look is not only reserved for those with blue eyes. Simply adjust the tone and intensity to suit your eye color and complexion.”

Step-by-step instructions!

Applying Benefit Some Kind-a Gorgeous

Applying Benefit Boi-ing concealer

1). Cleanse, tone and moisturize the skin.

2). For a natural-looking complexion, blend Benefit Some Kind-a Gorgeous foundation over the face with your fingertips.

3). To even out the skin tone, apply Benefit Boi-ing concealer where needed (i.e. beneath the eye, over the eyelid, and on any imperfections) with a concealer brush(a), and then blend by patting it into the skin with your fingertip.

4). Next, to set the foundation and concealer, take a matte translucent powder(b) on a large, fluffy powder brush(c) and dust it over the face.

5). To make your lashes appear longer, curl them with eyelash curlers(d). (more…)

Love pretty makeup?

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Get the Pink Lady look!

Makeup tutorial for blue eyes Natural eye makeup Pink lipstick Pretty makeup
Skin. Eyes. Lips. Pink Lady!
For step-by-step instructions on how to recreate it, watch the video tutorial and follow the steps below:

It’s all about the pink pout.

Makeup artist tip!

Before you begin applying makeup, always tweeze any stray eyebrow hairs first.


Applying foundation with a brush

1. For a natural-looking complexion, select a sheer foundation(a) and apply it with a foundation brush(b). Blend outward and downward from the center of the face and use your fingertips where needed (i.e. near the hairline and on areas that require a fuller, more built-up coverage).

2. Conceal the eyelids, dark under-eye circles, redness and spots. Apply concealer(c) to the necessary areas with a brush(d); then, for a natural finish, blend by “patting” it into the skin with the pad of your finger. (more…)