If you could have lashes that look like they’ve got falsies on but don’t, wouldn’t you want to give it a try? I love fibre mascaras and I love falsies but when I try to recall the last time I used falsies, I cannot even remember the occasion I wore them to. Falsies are great, especially for evening makeup when lights are generally dimmer. However, taking them off can be a hassle, especially if the glue you use is strong, or if your makeup remover isn’t powerful enough. Also, you need to take good care of them so that they can be reused.
That’s why I think I may have found you a great alternative to falsies. The Faux Fayc Fauxlash Mascara Duo can save you all the trouble and still give you enviable lashes. It contains two tubes, one of which is called the Transplanting Gel and the other, simply Natural Fibres. To use it, coat a bit of the Transplanting Gel on the tips of your lashes after you have applied mascara. Then, apply the Natural Fibres to the tips of your lashes. Finally, apply another coat of the Transplanting Gel to seal the fibres in. If you want more length, you can add more fibres, followed by the Transplanting Gel again.
I love this product. The fibres are easy to apply and it really does lengthen your lashes. You can tell the difference it makes, especially in my latest beauty tutorial, which you can watch on YouTube here.
You’ve heard of highlighting and contouring but have you heard of strobing? It’s got nothing to do with photography, though it would make you look radiant in a photograph.
Strobing is a recent makeup technique that bypasses contouring and focuses mainly on highlighting your facial features so that they “pop” in pictures to various degrees. Simply put, it is highlighting using highlighters with different intensities. For facial features that you want to pop out more in photos, you use a more intense highlighter; and for features that you don’t need to be so pronounced, you use a less intense highlighter or shimmer powder.
In today’s strobing makeup tutorial, I show you how you can add some glow to your new summer tan in a few easy steps. The products used are listed below in the same order as they appear in the video.
Dior‘s Diorshow Forever Compact Foundation SPF 25 PA++
3 Concept Eyes‘ Shimmer Glow Bloc
Guerlain‘s Meteorites Light Revealing Pearls of Powder
Urban Decay‘s Naked 3 Palette (available on Nordstrom here)
Heroine Make‘s Volume and Curl Mascara Super Water Proof
Faux Fayc‘s Fauxlash Mascara Duo Set
Sara Happ‘s The Pink Slip One Luxe Gloss (available on Nordstrom here, review here)
Sara Happ’s The Pink Slip One Luxe Gloss – the best lip gloss in the world.
I’m going to straight up say this, that if there ever was a lip gloss in the world that one could marry, the Sara Happ The Pink Slip One Luxe Gloss would be it. This gloss is nothing short of amazing and here’s why.
The gloss itself is of a regular size (6ml) and it comes packaged in a nice metallic gold box. It delivers a gorgeous pink tint when applied and the colour lasts for many hours on end. It is also the most moisturising lip product I have ever owned. For a longtime beauty blogger like me to declare this, it says a lot about this product. It even beats other lip balms out there hands down. It has given me no allergic reaction, but instead soft plump lips with no flakiness. Even dead skin on my lips magically disappear by the time evening comes and I’ve had a whole day of wear. I swear, you don’t even need a lip scrub once you’ve discovered this product.
It’s not easy to come up with new designs when thinking up something for your nails. There are just so many brands, colours and finishes out there that stopping by Sephora can be quite a task. If you’re looking for something fresh, fun and that you’ve never thought of before, you might like to take an inspiration or two from these nine blogs, which I think are the best nail blogs out there right now.
1. A.J. from Nail Lacquer UK teaches us how to get Louboutin-esque nails. If you sharpen the tips more than what she does, I think you’ll make some pretty fine talons.
I discovered these gorgeous glosses quite by accident, when I was shopping for a gift for my mother, actually. If you shop for makeup and you love makeup, then you must know how distracting it is when you’re surrounded by nothing else but makeup – and a very professional makeup artist.
I requested to try on a shade or two, can’t remember which ones, but man was I sold the moment I saw the finished look on my lips. In today’s post, I feature two of my current favourite glosses, the Chanel Aqualumière High Shine Sheer Concentrate Lip Gloss in 91 Tutu and 69 Glass Quartz.
Contouring is all the rage right now, and some people have even taken it a notch higher by introducing baking to the world. But what about the rest of us mere mortals who simply do not have that much time to master these techniques, or just plain don’t see the need for all that piling on of makeup?
In today’s Classic Hollywood Makeup tutorial, I teach you how you can achieve the classic Hollywood glam look without all of that. What you need are the following:
Dior‘s Diorshow Forever Compact Foundation SPF 25 PA++
Dior‘s Blush in 756 Rose Cherie
Urban Decay‘s Naked 3 Palette (Available it on Nordstrom here.)
Maybelline‘s HyperSharp Wing Eyeliner
Majolica Majorca‘s Lash King Mascara
Guerlain‘s Meteorites in 3 Medium
Julie Hewett‘s Belle Noir Lipstick (applied with a lip brush)
It’s the time of the year when the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is on again! To save you some precious time – lord forbid anyone else getting to the items before you! – I’ve selected some beauty exclusives from the sale event which you’ll be happy to bag.
If you’ll like to see more, head on over to the Nordstrom sale site. After all, there’s nothing wrong with snooping around a little bit just to see what’s up for grabs, is there. Just remember: The sale ends 3rd August 2015.
A couple of weeks ago on the blog, you saw the GlamPact up close and personal. Today, I’m sharing a tutorial on how you can use the GlamPact by Glam-It! to look glam on the go. Everything I use in this tutorial are from my own customised GlamPact, where the shades and product modules were selected by me beforehand. To find out how you can customise your own GlamPact, you can head on over to my blog review here.
If you were a 90’s girl, you’d definitely have heard of Polly Pocket. I’m not sure if girls these days still get it for Christmas but back in the day, it was my favourite toy. And quite recently, the GlamPact by Glam-It! has taken me back to the times when I marvelled at the lights and moving ducklings in my old Polly Pocket.
The GlamPact was launched a few years ago in Hong Kong by beauty maven Jennifer Cheng, and it was only in the past few months that the compact had undergone a refreshing makeover. No longer black, the new GlamPact is now pretty in baby pink and has new individual makeup modules that you can select for your very own customisable GlamPact.
Sit tight for my Depend GelLack Review. You’ll want to read it.
Fans of gelish rejoice. I’ve been introduced to a safer and long-lasting alternative, known as the Depend GelLack, which you can do on your own in the comfort of your home.
I’ve never done gel manicures because of all the horror stories I’ve heard about having them removed after a few weeks. Your nails are thinned, dry and brittle and you can’t apply anything on them afterwards. However, the Depend GelLack kit and polishes go easy on your nails, so that you can have colour that doesn’t chip off.
I repeat, it doesn’t chip off. At all. Let’s take a moment to let that sink in for a while.