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Showing posts with label Glamorous eyes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Glamorous eyes. Show all posts

April 20, 2015

A Bewitching Eyeshadow Tutorial

In this tutorial you will learn how to square-off eyeshadow application and how to apply the extreme winged eyeliner look influenced by the witch Rowena on Supernatural.

August 1, 2014

Taming the Smoky Eye Look

The smoky eye look is one of the most sexiest and alluring eye looks ever, but at times it can be too dark and just bad!  However, don’t give up because smoky eyes can be softened to look less Gothic and more polished and wearable!


July 9, 2014

Simple Glamorous Look for Heavy Hooded Eyes

You might think if you have heavy hooded eyes or any type of hooded eyes that eyeshadow application is different.  It really isn’t, just the end look may be different from the so-called “ideal” eye shape.  Personally, I like hooded eyes because not only do I have them, but they have their own unique shape which brings a different perspective to how eyeshadow should look.

June 20, 2014

Easy and Glamorous Eyes

Wow! Almost three months since my last post on this blog.  I didn’t mean for this blog to become stale!  Well, this post has a pair of fresh new eyes.  I have a new victim, I mean volunteer CULT member—Aldona, check out her blog Working Beauty - a corporate fairytale.  Also, this tutorial is a request from another cult member—Emily.  So, let’s get on with this Easy Glamor eye look.

July 5, 2013

How to Apply Winged Eyeliner on Asian Monolids

*Nothing to disclose.*

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Sometimes the most beautiful way to enhance Asian eyes is to just keep them simple.  After all, when everyone is wearing a full face of makeup emphasizing each area of their face with so much color; the boldest statement made can be the most minimalistic.

February 18, 2013

Sultry Smoky Eyes

Images from the movie Skyfall
I know I am late to the game in doing a tutorial on Skyfall, but I wanted to make sure it suited my mature eyes.  In other words, like the movie the application had to look 3D.  It had to give depth and dimension while looking sultry.  Is it easy to do? Well, I can't say this tutorial is for the fast and easy smoky eye look but everything in this tutorial has been covered in my past posts.  With some practice and patience, I am sure you can achieve the same look too.  Let's get on with the tutorial.

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