Hey guys, I watched this youtube video a while back by Kandee Johnson, It’s about a temporary eyeliner tattoo. Has anyone heard about it or used this before? Michelle phan also has a video on it……. It’s a fun way of expressing yourself and also for those who have difficulties in getting their liners right, it’s an easy way out for you. Basically all you need to do is cut it out, stick it on and you’re ready to go. And guess what? They’re totally affordable *grin*. You can get pack of 16 stickers for $2 or $3. It lasts up to 16 hours, and they come in different styles and colors. There’s a lip tattoo as well, I would be doing a post on it soon, so watch out for it…….:) But until then, here’s a video on how to use the eyeliner tattoo……. What do you think guys? Would you love it, or loathe it?
By Raspberry Blush We saw lots of colors and glitters on the ladies of the Olympic games. We are talking about the makeup trends, some were artistic to compliment the drama of the routine, some were classic with a touch of sparkle and some just left us breathless. Let’s wrap up the Olympics with a look at the makeup trends that made us want to take out our makeup set and brushes to duplicate through an image gallery. The official makeup was dabbed ‘Sports chic’, created by award-winning make-up artist and Max Factor UK ambassador Caroline Barnes, the ‘Sports Chic’ make-up look will be worn by all female volunteers, medal bearers and escorts to the athlete and presenters during the 805 victory ceremonies at the 2012 Games, where athletes are presented with their medals.
Nicki Minaj and Rihanna are two ladies I love when it comes to colourful bold eyeshadows. I love bold eyeshadows….when done properly it adds life and interest to a simple makeup look and speaks volumes without you actually speaking. But then someone who refuses to be caught with vibrant shadow but still wants that colour and vibrancy will ask….“how do I take part in the fun without going all the way? “ The answer is simple; Colour eyeliners. A colourful eyeliner ranging from blue to violet can give a very neutral look an edge without committing to a full eyelid of colour. Everyone from Kelly Rowland to Leona Lewis have been rocking this trend and you too can be a part of it. Achieving this look is very easy, using any coloured eyeliner pencil, apply to the upper and lower lash line or waterline and smudge slightly with a smudge brush for more drama.