No Time? No Problem: Bold Makeup on the Go

With finals coming up, I've had no time to breathe, let alone beat my face to my liking. Take away my time to play with colors on my face, and you've got a very grumpy lady. I don't feel like sacrificing my love of makeup just to make up for the fact that I've got work to do, so I've figured out ways to cut down my routine while still playing with bright colors and creating looks that I love! :-)

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How To: Do a Cut Crease − for Hooded Eyes

As someone with hooded eyelids, doing a cut crease − one of the most popular eye makeup trends at the moment − was much more of a struggle than for my un-hooded counterparts. Although I'm still no expert on this technique, I have a few tips and tricks that might come in handy for any of you with the same struggle.

60s Blue Cut Crease Tutorial

When my family decided to throw a 60s theme party, I was over the moon. I'm like a child — I love to play dress-up (probably part of the reason why I love makeup so much). For how to create these eyes, just keep reading...

Cotton Candy Realness Tutorial

To those who celebrate, Happy Easter! As you may (or may not) have noticed from the photos above, today's post is on someone other than me: my beautiful best friend, Rach. I created this cotton candy inspired, spring-esque look on her, and I couldn't be more pleased. For product details and a how-to on the eyes, keep on reading!

How To: Faux Freckles

I think I speak for all of us non-freckled folks when I say this: freckles are the cutest. Although our freckly friends may disagree, I love piling on the blush and the freckles and feeling like a doe-eyed Bambi. For a tutorial, keep reading...

The Art of the Nose Contour

Nose contour isn't always an easy task, especially not for a beginner. Sometimes it becomes too muddy, and sometimes it blends away into nothing at all. Sometimes your foundation blends off. Sometimes you try cream contour, and your base is absolutely ruined. I get it. I've been there.

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