Green & Champagne Holiday Makeup For All Eye Colours

Hey guys! I’m back with another makeup look, this time ushering in the Holiday season. For this first look I thought I’d show you a little green smoked eye with a touch of champagne, great for an evening gathering. I find that green goes best with brown eyes, but the trick is finding the shade of green that goes best with your eye colour, skin tone and hair colour. Continue reading “Green & Champagne Holiday Makeup For All Eye Colours”

Highlighter Focus: Topshop Chameleon Glow in U-Turn

A few days ago I went out for dinner with my friend Priscilla, and while walking around Alexanderplatz we saw that a new Topshop store had opened at the Galeria mall. We  ended up spending a good 15 minutes swatching lipsticks and what have you in the makeup section. I had just gotten a phone job offer, so it was a euphoric time, perfect for some shopping! Little did I know I would come out with the Chameleon highlighter, appropriately named U-Turn.  Continue reading “Highlighter Focus: Topshop Chameleon Glow in U-Turn”

Glossy Gold Inspired by Pat McGrath Metalmorphosis 005

Happy November everyone! Am I the only one who feels like this year flew by? Probably not. Well, anyways, this month is exciting for mny makeup enthusiasts because makeup artists and genius Pat McGrath will release her Metalmorphosis 005 eyekit. So for today’s makeup look, I decided to play with some gold in honor of the beautiful metal inspired pigments. Continue reading “Glossy Gold Inspired by Pat McGrath Metalmorphosis 005”

Quick Sophisticated Makeup: Lily Collins

Happy Monday guys! For today’s Monday Blues post I wanted to recreate this iconic look that Lisa Eldridge did last year on beautiful actress Lily Collins for a Lancôme campaign. It’s a simple and quick, yet very sophisticated look. Continue reading “Quick Sophisticated Makeup: Lily Collins”

Back to Black: Rocker Chic Makeup

Most people will tell you that the rocker type of makeup isn’t exactly wearable, but this world has enough rules already, and so “wearable” is relative. When I decided to create this look, I knew I wanted to adapt the tough, harsh makeup to my own style, in order to make it less costume-y, and more of an easy look that anyone can try. Continue reading “Back to Black: Rocker Chic Makeup”