Good Evening. Tonight, I have a tutorial on this look I did with the Huda Beauty Smoky Palette that I just reviewed here. I wanted to do a smoky glam look with the palette and do a softer everyday look which will be coming Monday to the blog. This look is actually inspired by a ring from Bloodmilk which I am in love with and will so be getting as a replacement for my lost wedding ring. You can check out the ring at bloodmilkjewels.com
I love the inspiration so much behind the ring and fits so perfectly as a wedding ring for our story.
Anyway, if you want to see how I got this super dramatic metal look just keep reading below.
So, I was really inspired by a couple of images I came across on Pinterest last week. I loved the colors and thought they would make a really cool eyeshadow look used together. I was going for something pretty/ugly, dystopian and futuristic.
And again I was feeling a Gunship song. I was really trying to capture the aura of the pictures in an eyeshadow look.
For this look I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette paired with Nyx Duo-Chromatic Illuminating Powder in Lavender Steel. On lips, I went with a full-on greige. If you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below.
Happy Friday! Is it bad I am super excited because today is my cheat day. I have already had a donut, boudin kolache and a mocha latte this morning and I am working on a Dr. Pepper. Tonight, we are going to get dinner at Ghengis which is kind of like bibimbap that you pick out everything yourself and they cook it. I have been craving it for weeks but it’s a rice-based dish so I have been saving it for a cheat day. I might get a sushi roll too!
Anyway, today I have another retro-futurism/vaporwave inspired look. This one is called Pink Mist after a Gunship song again too. I saw the image in the background on Pinterest and I was so inspired by the colors and the geometric shapes and wanted to so a look based on it. For this look, I used shades from the Huda Beauty Electric Obsessions Palette, Warm Obsessions, and Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture.
I wanted to get a little out of the ordinary with this one and bring in some more avant-garde and goth elements with a colorful neon glow. I am really having fun stepping out of the box with color and just going by what feels good and not sticking to a formula.
Hi guys, today I have a review of the Kat Von D 24 – Hour Super Brow Long Wear Pomade and the Pomade Brow Brush #70. It’s been a while since I have used a pomade so I was really excited to give this one a go. Brows are serious business to me and I am always on the hunt for new great products. Not only do I have just a review but I have a demo on how I use this product as well.
So if you want to hear my thoughts and see how the Kat Von D Super Brow Pomade performs, just keep reading below.
What up guys. Time for a new makeup tutorial! Today I have this look called Retro Futurism. In a similar vein as my Tech Noir look it’s inspired by Gunship and vaporwave retro tech aesthetic. I have really been inspired to play with colors based on some of the retro-futurism artwork I have been coming across as well as the music.
And the Huda Beauty Electric Obsession Palette is perfect for creating bold and colorful looks. Seriously, if you like color check that palette out. Anyway, if you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below.
For this look, I wanted to use bright peach, hot pink, purple and teal blue paired with a bright peach liner all the drama.