Your Step-By-Step Everyday Smokey Eye Tutorial Step 1: Always start with a freshly cleansed and moisturized face.
Step 2: Conceal above and below your eyes, paying special attention to the inner and outer corners. This step prepares your eyes for the eye shadow that you are going to apply.
Step 3: Fill entire lid with an ivory or cream coloured eyeshadow.
Step 4: Highlight brow bone with white eyeshadow or eye pencil.
Step 5: Apply brown shadow onto outer lid - from the c
How to make the most out of your sheet masks
You probably already have a whole stash of the wildly popular sheet masks at home (if you don’t, it’s time you invested in some – they’re all hyped up for good reason!), and here’s just a few tips to make the most out of them! Photo Credit: cravebeautyonline.com Always begin with freshly cleansed face. Exfoliating beforehand is also recommended to remove dead skin cells and to open up your pores, which makes your skin more absorbe
Pretty In Pink
The Mid Autumn Festival is just around the corner, which makes me think of (other than mooncakes!) ethereal, fairy like Chinese costumes and beautiful lanterns lighting up the night sky... which translates to soft, feminine makeup looks. Photo Credit: mollysims.com Pink makeup looks are one of my favourites – they make you look fresh, young and super girly. Start by sweeping soft pink eyeshadow over the eyelids, and complete your eye makeup by lining your lash
How to Wear Green Eyeshadow (without looking sick!)
With Hari Raya just around the corner, how about adding some fun and bold colors to your festive makeup; in this case – Green? Photo Credit: marieclaire.com In this photo, a dark grassy green eyeshadow is used. It is subtle and gives a smoky eye effect – super gorgeous! Yellow-based skin tones bring out the gold in the green. With Asian lids, you have to draw a thicker shadow line so that the colour is visible when the eye
Conceal Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes the Right Way
The general method of applying concealer under your eyes may be dotting it on the spots you need it, but the best way is to actually apply it in a triangular formation with the base of the triangle directly under your lashline and the point toward the bottom of your cheek.
This shape helps conceal any redness at the bottom of your eye and at the sides, and then instantly creates the illusion that your face is lifted, since
Contouring – The Brushes You Need
Contouring, when done correctly, doesn’t only enhance our best features and improve any imperfections, it also slims our face and creates definition and illumination to create a sleek, sculpted look. For contouring the crease of your eyelid, choose a medium sized eyeshadow brush with a rounded tip. It should be small enough to fit into your crease, with short, right bristles for control.
For a slim nose, use a small to medium sized eyeshad
How to make your perfume last longer
The most common mistake made when applying perfume on the wrists – dabbing and rubbing them together. (Guilty!)
This doesn’t only force the top notes to disappear fast, making your fragrance not last as long; it also crushes down the molecules of your fragrance, making the scent become different from what it was intended to be.
Moisture on your skin helps lock in the scent so it’s most effective to spray your perfume after taking a sh
Let's face it. Selecting the perfect shade of Red lipstick to complement your skin tone can be difficult. Whether you have cool or warm undertones, here are some tips to picking that classic red lipsticks to rock this F1 season.
For that sophisticated look, consider giving craberry color a go if dark lipsticks isn't your forte. MEDIUM SKIN:
Lucky bunch if you have medium understones. You can rock with most shades of red, just as long as they are not too pink.
Start by heating up your eyelash curler with a hairdryer. Make sure it cools slightly before clamping down on your lashes to curl them; you don’t want to burn your eyelid!
Follow up with your favourite mascara. Hold mascara brush as close as possible to base of lashes, and wiggle it as you move it up through lashes. This motion helps get every lash.
To avoid clumps, glide the brush over a tissue to remove any excess product.
Dust translucent or baby powder on lashes in