You all know I love shoes but I’m also quite obsessed with makeup as you saw a peek of my makeup kit. I spend just as much time on beauty blogs as I do fashion blogs and one of my favorites is Beauty Scribing’s of J. Her makeup is always gorgeous and she does these fantastic instructional videos that I could watch all day long. On top of that she’s got the best accent ever! Since so many have you asked me for makeup tips (but I’ve been too busy to put any posts together, sorry but soon!) I wanted J to show us a fun fabulous but easy look that anyone could do. Thanks so much J!
I was requested by the lovely Tiffany to feature on her wonderful blog as a guest. I jumped at the chance and here I am.
I think everyone is well aware now that I am a huge fan of Kim Kardashian makeup, I’m sure you’re sick of hearing it.
For those like me, check out her website, as there are more tutorials with her makeup artist Mario.
I wanted to try something a little different, it still has the signature Kim K features but this time with a bit more colour and less eyeliner.
Here’s a list of the products I used for my eyes:
Mac Smoulder Eye Kohl
Mac Smut Eyeshadow
Mac Knight Divine (Apparently it’s one of her staples)
Mac 12 Lashes
Mac Bare Slimshine
Mac Sweet as Cocoa Blush
Clinique – White Eyeshadow
For my face, I used Mac Studio Fix foundation, Studio Sculpt Concealer, and Finishing Powder (NC 45).
The look is very simple, as it doesn’t involve blending or too many colours. Any light and dark eyeshadow and a dark eyeliner will do. The beauty of wearing dramatic lashes is that it takes up a lot of lid space, so any fancy artwork on it would only be wasted.
For those afraid of dark colours and think that they can’t pull it off, maybe opt for brown instead of black. It’s a little less harsh and on fairer skin tones can have the exact same effect.
I hope you enjoyed this interpretation.