Posts Tagged ‘Natural Eye Makeup’

Neutral makeup tutorial: Dare to Bare!

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Chic and understated makeup is ultra modern. To look fresh, young and natural, create a flawless complexion with foundation and concealer, and then sweep neutral tones around the eye. Finish the look with a flick of black mascara, a lick of natural lip color and a flattering flush of blush.

Neutral makeup

Without makeup

To recreate the Dare to Bare look, watch the video tutorial and follow the step-by-step instructions below:


How to do natural makeup

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

Natural makeup look

INTRODUCING … Natural Beauty!


The “au naturel” look dominated the runway in the Spring/Summer 2010 fashion shows. In the Erdem, Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, Calvin Klein, Philip Lim and Donna Karan shows there was a strong “nude” theme. The models sported fresh skin, neutral eyelids, bare cheeks and lightly balmed lips. Jean-Paul Gaultier, Versace and Chanel continued the natural trend but opted for a more polished overall feel. The models stepped out looking sexy and sophisticated, with emphasized lashes, defined eyes, groomed brows, contoured cheeks and accentuated lips. This season’s key colors are brown, bronze, beige, taupe, nude-pink, soft peach and lilac.

To recreate the Natural Beauty look, watch the video tutorial and follow the step-by-step instructions below:


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…)

Pink makes the boys wink!

Monday, August 3rd, 2009

Grab a sneak peek of this summer’s hottest makeup trend: Pink Lady! Step-by-step instructions coming soon.

Pink blush

Rosy pink cheeks.

Pink lips

Hot-pink pout.