Friday, May 24, 2013

Hello Everyone!

Hello lovelies! I'm so sorry that I haven't posted anything for several days. o_o Unfortunately, I am having problems with Blogger. :p So, on the computer that I usually post my looks on, when I click on 'new post' nothing shows up, and the computer that I typed this on doesn't allow me to post pictures! I've sent feedback to Blogger 5 times, and nothing has changed. :( So, I know that it is nothing wrong with my computers, it is something with Blogger. If I do not find a solution soon, I will have to re-create another blog. 0_0 If anyone has even the slightest idea about this problem, please, please, please, please comment below!!! Thank you for your patience!<Lucy (:P

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Tropical! ^-^
This easy tropical look is colorful and fun! Great for summer, and it can work for spring too. :) I had fun with this one! ;) Here it is:

 Prime with Elf Primer in Sheer.
 To start the color, take a teal blue shimmer eyeshadow with the Elf Pro Eyeshadow Brush. I used a Shany eyeshadow.
 Put the color on the lid.
 Next, take the Mary Kay Eye Blending Brush, and pick up some of Makeup Geek's Pixie Dust.
 Put the color on the outer lid and browbone. (Also blend it inwards.)
 Next, take the IL MAKIAGE 6W Brush, and pick up a little more of Pixie Dust.
 Put the color on the outer undereye.
 Then, take a thin and short brush like the iBeauty B127 Brush, pick up the first purple color in the purple section of the first layer from the Sephora Limited Ed. Kit.
 Line the waterline with the color.
 For mascara, use Clinique Lash Doubling Mascara in Black.
 Finished eye.
 As for the lips, I started off by using a bright berry lip color I made with the Sonia Kashuk Retractable Lip Brush.
 Put the berry color all over the lips.
 Then, take the first bright pink lipcolor from the Sephora Kit with the same brush.
 Put it over the berry.
Finished lips.
Completed look:
I hope you liked this fun and tropical look!<Lucy

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Beautiful Browns :D
Today, I have a simple look for those of you who want something a little darker for an everyday look. :o) I used 2 browns together, dark brown and a medium brown so that it would be a little more than plain old mascara and one shadow like my usual... :D Here is the look:

 Elf Primer in Alabaster.

To start the brown, take Makeup Geek's Bada Bing with the IL MAKIAGE 6W Brush.
 Line the upper lashline, making the line pretty thick. (Make sure to blend the line up a little.) ;)
Next, take the same brush and pick up the brown shadow 3rd row down, 3rd one across from the Sephora Limited Edition Makeup Kit.
Put the color on the lid (where Bada Bing isn't) and in the crease. Blend the two colors together.
 Next, take the Bonne Bell Girlie Pinks Eyeshadow Box, and take the sugared pink color at the top with the Elf Pro Eyeshadow Brush.
 Put the color on as a browbone highlight.
 For mascara, use CoverGirl Lashblast Volume in Black/Brown.
 For blush, use a soft rosy pink like this. (Blush was matte).
 For lips, use a bright raspberry pink like the 4th one down in the 2nd row of the 1st layer from the Sephora Kit. (The lip brush is an Elf one).
Completed look:
Have a great day beauties!<Lucy

Monday, May 13, 2013

Clean and Blue ;)
It is in around 95 degrees here, so I wanted to create a look inspired by the coming of summer, and the clear blue sky. I used a light blue for the main color because I wanted my eyes to look lit up. :) Here is the look:

 (I kind of messed up on the liner, so the eye doesn't look very good closed!) :p
 Elf Primer in Sheer.

 To start the blue, I used the IL MAKIAGE Fluff Brush to pick up the last blue in the blue section from the Sephora Limited Ed. Kit.
 I swept the color on the lid.
 Next, I took my Mary Kay Angled Eye Brush, and picked up the first cream eyeliner from the Sephora Kit. (A smokey dark blue).
 Lined the upper lash line. (Thin line). 
 For the last shadow, I picked up the 3rd gray/silver in the last section from the Elf 100 Color Palette with the IL MAKIAGE 6W Brush.
 I put the color on the lower lashline.
 For mascara, I used Elf Lengthening and Defining Mascara in Black. (I LOVE this mascara because it does an amazing job at lengthening and thickening. It does get a little clumpy, so I usually comb through it with a lash comb. It was only $1 also! I highly recommend it!). :D

 The gloss I used was the sparkly blue one from the Aeropostale stick of six lipglosses.
The completed look:
Have a great day lovelies!<Lucy