Does your smoky eye look more like you got punched in the eye? First things first: Back away from the black eye shadow (leave that to the teens).
Coco Chanel once said "before leaving the house, a lady should look in the mirror and remove one accessory," and while I am never one to disagree with the iconic Coco Chanel, in this case I'm going to go ahead and tell you to do the exact opposite of what she said here.
While all these things are absolutely crucial to make your day perfect, your makeup is equally as important. Not only is the bride the main attraction at any wedding but the photos will last forever.
"The ingénue is the cool girl of the group. The look is pretty, fresh, effortlessly gorgeous, and Bambi-eyed..." - Charlotte Tilbury
Aiming for perfection is a fine quality to have but when it comes to makeup, isn't it best applied with a relaxed hand?
Naturally, it is a desire of many women to have big, youthful looking eyes. Unfortunately, nature does not always cooperate and we are not all left with our ideal eye size and shape. The good news is that it doesn't matter whether you have small set eyes or you just want to make them pop.
This color is the perfect compliment to rich, deep brown eyes.
Oh, the ever elusive cat-eye. From Cleopatra to Adele, this iconic makeup look can take you from innocent to bombshell with a simple sultry flick of a black eyeliner pen.
To create a sultry look does not necessarily mean a matte black smokey eye.
As temperatures soar, so do the chances of your makeup melting, fading, settling into creases, and sliding off your face.
Below are some of the makeup do's and don'ts I have found to be helpful for myself and my clients.
Day 2 of our #Escape2Roo road trip and YouTube star/makeup guru Kandee Johnson is giving us all makeups tips to rock out any any music festival this...
Whether you're preparing for your wedding day, or just editing your permanent makeup bag stash, these products will take you from priming to prettifying in no time.
The key to natural, flawless glowing skin begins with a fantastic skin preparation. Skin does not look it's happiest when it is dry, tired, cracked or oily.
Maria Menounos's Makeup By: Nicole Bryl, Make-Up New York Dear Huffington Post Makeup Reader's, For those of you who don't often wear makeup and a...
Because I tend to use very little makeup, the makeup that I do use, I LOVE! These items have been with me through thick and thin and I'm sure they'll work just as well for you!