I’m going to be doing little tutorials like these every Tuesday from now on, so let me know what you think! If you want to see the exact products I used and extra photos, just click through for the full post.
Well I guess this post is pretty straight forward. I’m happy with my brow technique now so I thought I’d share it with you guys. All I use is Illamasqua Eyebrow Cake in Stark, Benefit Hard Angle Definer Brush and Illamasqua Eyebrow Gel to finish them off.
I’m not saying this is the right way to do your brows, or saying that any other methods or products are rubbish. This is the way that works best for me, and thought it might help those of you with similar brows or who want to achieve a similar look.
I’ve recently started de-potting my eyeshadows to go into a MAC Pro Palette that I took the tray out of.
So far I’ve only de-potted MAC eyeshadows, when I get round to other brands like Illamasqua I’ll be sure to do a tutorial on those too. This method is quick and easy with as little mess as possible, if you want to find out how to de-pot your MAC eyeshadows fuss free, keep on reading!
After seeing some reviews about them, I decided to join the MUA Cosmetics hype and try them out for myself. The eyeshadows are such good value – very cheap and very pigmented – but that’s for another post.
Here’s a look I’ve been wearing a lot at the minute, using the Innocence Eyeshadow Trio and #12 Pressed Eyeshadow along with MAC eyeshadows Humid and Woodwinked.
Everyone’s been going ball/prom crazy here over the past month, so I thought I’d do some prom makeup with there being plenty more coming up before the summer!
My favourite is a classic smokey eye, which I’ll be doing for my second prom look, but for this tutorial I decided to try a more natural look!