Good evening beauties, Since I just posted my review of the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette, I wanted to share a makeup tutorial using it for a super glam look. This is also my first go at doing the whole carved out lid with concealer cut crease thing on my hooded AF eyes.
I wanted to create a look using the beautiful glittery gold shade called Nefertiti and some of the more cranberry shades paired with a vampy lip.
So if you want to see how I got this ultra-glam look, just keep reading below!
Good evening, Tonight I have a Get the Look for ya’ll featuring the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette. I wanted to do something with the beautiful copper shade in the palette so I went with a halo smoky eye paired with a deep purple lip. You could, of course, make it more “wearable” by going with a softer lip color.
The colors chosen for this look were also inspired by the song Dawnrazor by Fields of the Nephilim. You could definitely call this a steampunk look.
I was thinking of a southwestern gothic kind of look aka Spaghetti goth. Anyway, if you want to see how I created this look, just keep reading below.
Happy Friday Beauties. I have another Valentine’s Tutorial today using the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette. With this look, I wanted to dive into the more purple shades in the palette cause they are so stunning and I am a sucker for purple eyeshadow. I think this look ended up being perfect for Valentine’s Day, it’s soft, sultry and romantic.
Song inspiration for this one comes from David Bowie via the Labyrinth soundtrack. As the World Falls Down is one of my favorite lovey songs.
I still remember perfectly, when my husband and I first started dating, one night he was singing this song to me outside his apartment at 5am, The neighbors were very confused.