Sunday, August 12, 2012

Galaxy Makeup

Finally I got this done!  I think it turned out okay ;))  Galaxy themed seems to be everywhere.  I've seen tutorials for nails, shoes and even clothing.  I have been wanting to do this make up awhile now, and I was surprised at how little effort it took me.  There are a few things involved, but it turned out nicely :))

Photo Tutorial:

Items used:
-NYX HD Eye Shadow Base
-MAC Sea & Sky Mineral Eye Shadow
-Jesse's Girl Mineral Eye Shadow (Pink Color)
-Sally's Girl Mineral Eye Shadow (Purple Color)
-Chanel  ILLUSION-D'OMBRE No. 85 Mirifique
-Essence Cream Eye Shadow in 04 Stars & Stories
-Lime Crime Uni Liner in Lunar Sea
-Maybelline The Falsies Waterproof Mascara in Black
-Top False lashes are no name
-Lower lashes from Mei Linda No. 17
-L'Oreal Magic Lumi Primer/Highlighter
-Victoria's Secreat Beauty Rush Luminous Bronzer in Tantastic
-Sivanna Colors Eye Shadow in No. 1
-Sleek MakeUP Blush by 3 in Lace
-Benefit Posie Tint
Video Tutorial in English:

Video Tutorial in Thai:

Friday, August 10, 2012

Pop of Yellow Eye Makeup

Photo Tutorial:

Video in English:

Video in Thai:

List of products used:
-NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
-Sleek MakeUP i-Divine Glory Palette 2012 Limited Edition
-KATE gel eye liner in BK1
-Lash Expander Frame mascara by Majolica Majorca
-Philosophy "the color of grace" in Heaven and Earth 01
-BB Blush in 03
-Victoria's Secret Glossy Tint in Boudoir Pink
-Victoria's Secret Sparkle Gloss in Gold Glitter

Hi!  Sorry I've been MIA and haven't updated my blog that much.  I recently found out that there's actually a limit in how many photos you can have here on your account and after you go over that limit you have to pay.  It made me so scared that I just didn't know how to react.  So I left my blog alone.  I have just been uploading photos onto my Facebook page because there's no limit there.  

I really missed writing in my blog because here, I can organize and put everything in a layout.  On Facebook all I could do was just upload photos and that's it.  It wasn't fun.  

I did go in and deleted some multiple uploads of old photos and I'll try to size my pictures down so it's within the free limit.  I hate to have that be an issue again because I don't want to stop writing my blog.  I love it so much!!


I did this look yesterday because I really wanted to use my new Glory Palette by Sleek MakeUP.  It's a limited edition in honor of the London Olympics 2012.  The palette actually has very little fall outs.  The colors stick well on the brush as well as my eyelids...that is with a good primer.  I don't generally use any eye shadows that are vibrant in color without a thick cream base primer anymore.  I want the same color as the palette so only a cream base primer will work.

I'll be having some fun video tutorials up within this month so please check my YouTube :)) I will usually update that first before my blog or Facebook.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Victorian Tea Party Makeup

Video tutorial in English:

Video tutorial in Thai:


Hi!  I came up with this look today because I wanted to use the Dior palette.  I ended up pairing it off with the Peach Blossoms paper lashes because I kept thinking about the colors of a garden or like a tea party.  Since the colors were pastel and delicate, it turned out very Victorian, or baroque if you will.  

The colors in the Dior palette are a iridescent sheen, therefore if you were to do an everyday look, you'd have to be very conservative about it.  I went all out and got artsy with this look, so I don't recommend going crazy if you were to walk around outside for a quick run to the grocery store :)

List of products used:
-NYX Eyeshadow base in White
-Dior Garden Edition Palette in 441 Garden Pastels
-KATE gel eyeliner in BK1
-Paperself Eyelashes in Peach Blossoms
-Forever21 Love & Beauty single eyeshadow pan in Matte Brown
-BHcosmetics 10 Color Palette Professional Camouflage Concealer
-Youngblood Hi-Def Powder Translucent 
-Anna Sui Rose Cheek Color in 100
-Holika Holika Heart Ful Moisture Lipstick in CR301

Watch my Korean Makeup Haul video from yesterday here:
in Thai:
in English:

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Makeup Like A Roller Girl

I hope this look wasn't too hard to follow.  I know that cut-crease make up can be challenging sometimes but I guarantee you that with practice, you can easily replicate any cut-crease look.  It took me several attempts over my whole 'make up career' to try to perfect and clean up cut-crease looks.  So I didn't start off 100% flawless :)  

Products used:
-Box of Truffles palette by Philosophy
-China Doll Palette by Lime Crime
-Brown eyeliner from the Hot Hues collection by Sephora
-04 English Rose blush by NYX HD Grinding Blush
-Pink lipstick from the Heartful collection by Holika Holika
-Pink gloss by Make Up For Ever

*I used no name lashes for this tutorial.  The bottom lashes, however, I did buy from Daiso Japan and these are a natural criss-cross type with thick bands. 

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