In this tutorial, we learn how to fix false lashes when the ends detach. First, when you are applying glue to the lashes, make sure you get the end corners so you can prevent them detaching. If this does happen, use a small stick from a beauty supply store and place some eyelash glue onto the tip. After this, place the glue onto the part that has become detached. Push it down so it sticks onto the skin securely, then use some black eyeliner to cover up any glue marks that you may have made. T...
Watch this instructional cosmetics video to apply M.A.C's Studio Fix fluid foundation. You can use a sponge, a 109 or a 187 brush. Prepare a clean smooth surface to prep products. Choose a moisturizer that works for your skin.
Who says that angels have to be good? Dress up as a sexy fallen angel/dark angel this Halloween to twist up that stereotype. Instead of a cheesy white feather halo and white sheath you'll don black wings and a cute black minidress.
The first thing to do to prepare to apply your drag queen makeup look is to pin back all your hair so it is not in your face. Make sure your face is clean before applying make up. Begin by applying pear soap to your eyebrows with a small brush. Brush on your neutral powder. Paint over your eyebrows so it looks like they are not there. Apply powder to blend in. Use eye-shadow to trace just above your eyeball. Use an eyebrow pencil to draw new eyebrows that have a higher arc than your natural o...
Hey dolls, just giving you my review of the Derma roller. The good and the bad! Firstly, let me just say OUCH! This bad boy hurts, it's pain level is very close to Fraxel laser the only difference is, that you're doing it to yourself, instead of being in a clinic. I did get emotional in this video because I just couldn't believe how painful the device was on my skin. Most videos and reviews on the next say it's "pain free" and this just isn't true.
When it came to makeup, flappers tried to look like men. No, we're not talking about faking beards and thick eyebrows, but they did prefer an androgynous look, anything that was NOT the Victorian ladylike norm of the decades previous.
Want to look like a living doll? That's the goal of thousands of Japanese girls in the Harajuku district of Japan, where all fashion trends start. No matter what style of dress, the dolly look seems to be pretty pervasive, espcially when it comes to makeup.
Lady Gaga's Coke can curls may have stolen the spotlight in the telephone call scene in her music video for "Telephone," but her Madonna-inspired brows and sexy lined eyes were just as bold and daring.
Don't adjust ye goggles - that is indeed Kandee the makeup artist garbed as the marauding swain Jack Sparrow from Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Glow-in-the-dark stars, paint, stickers, and even fabric are pretty commonplace, but glow-in-the-dark eyeshadow? Using glow-in-the-dark eyeshadow, xsparkage will show you how to craft a raver look that will truly stand out as you dance under black light.
It's important to remember that when you are on stage, you will need to exaggerate your makeup. This will help make your eyes pop and ensure that the audience can see your face. Follow along with this tutorial and get great tips on how to decorate your face for any star making performance!
Ah, the art of applying eyeliner. Bad habit of going just a weee bit too heavy? Having a hard time keeping your line nice and steady? Is it really supposed to go INSIDE the outer edge of your eye? Jezebel received a flood of woes such as these, and therefore asked their readers to send in all of their best eyeliner tips.
This video explains how to get powder or cream make-up out of the plastic container that it comes in. You can condense your products to take up less space if you remove them from the pots and put them in palettes. The tools you need are a flat iron or other heat source, parchment paper to cover the plate of the flat iron, an X-acto knife, alcohol, cotton pads, make-up in pots, self-adhesive magnets and a palette. First use the X-acto knife to pull the plastic pot out of the container. Set the...
When you were small, dressing up like a lizard for Halloween probably meant an oversized, cheap costume with a long cloth tail and a green headpiece. While such costumes are cute for little ones, if you want to truly creep some people out this Halloween (all while inspiring "Wow! How did you do that?"comments all night long) then check out this reptile makeup look.
This video makeup lesson demonstrates a Halloween look for fairy or princess inspired makeup. This look was achieved with the following cosmetic products Bare Minerals foundation, Ben Nye e/s in: Ice, Cosmic Violet, Amethyst, Cosmic Blue, MAC Blue Flame e/s, Revlon Colorstay liquid eyeliner, false lashes, rhinestones & glitter from the craft store, Ben Nye Glitter Glue, Duo glue, Ben Nye Neutral Set powder, Nars Desire blush, Rimmel Indian Pink lipliner, MAC Bombshell lipstick, and NYX Salsa ...
Over the past few years we've had more than enough exposure to handsome werewolves (Team Jacob, anyone?), but what about beautiful, sexy werewolves? It seems we always hear about the guys but never the gals turning into these creatures of the moon.
Jealous of thin as a rail models with those chiseled, sculpted cheekbones so sharp they could grate cheese? You need not be. We normal folk can look just as defined and ready to strut our thangs down the runway by learning how to contour our faces.
Are you thinking about dressing up as a sexy pin-up this Halloween? That's a good idea and all, but how about adding a fun and spooky twist by going out as a zombie pin-up instead?
It's funny to us that so many Victorian makeup looks done for Halloween emphasize heavy, dead makeup with lots of deep plums and reds because the Victorians wore little to no makeup (women were basically considered whores if they wore rouge).
Look up "bombshell" in the dictionary, and you're sure to find Sophia Loren listed as example numero uno. The beautiful Italian actresses, who was and is the epitome of womanly curves and sultry bedroom eyes, made waves during her film career with her raw sexuality, beauty, and confidence.
In this tutorial, we learn how to apply zombie or "dead girl" makeup for Halloween. First, brush on white to create scars on the face, covering them with green over the entire face. After this, make the scars black and red on the inside to make them look more realistic. Now, apply blue in a circle around your eyes and on the outside nostrils of your nose. Darken up the blue with a dark blue on the bottom lid and in the crease of the eye as well. Darken the eyebrows with black and apply the sa...
Most gals (older than 10) avoid dressing up like Minnie Mouse because, to be honest, you can easily end up looking quite ridiculous. Between the foam cartoon hands and the mouse ears with a polka dot bow in the center you really just end up feeling and looking like a sad clown.
Vampires are the biggest fashion icons these days. Who would have known that a group of the undead would be gracing the covers of Vogue and Elle? If you are looking to get a beautiful vampy makeup style, check out this tutorial.
Woof woof! Face painting sure can liven up an otherwise tedious children's party, and few things get get the kids howling more than turning their face into a wolf! This simple how to shows the steps to create the base and work your way up to the finished scary product. Werewolf in London? How about a werewolf any where you want! So howl at the moon and bark at the sky and paint up your face, don't worry why, your kids will love it and so will you!
Jenny Humphrey would turn her petite little nose up at Taylor Momsen's dark and punky alter ego. Momsen, who plays Humphrey in "Gossip Girl" but also tours as frontwoman of her band "Pretty Reckless," enjoys caked on black eyeliner and shadow and torn fishnet stockings to Jenny's preppy plaid skirts and headbands.
Pint sized vampire Jane from the "Twilight" series can literally slay others with a glance, but we think she could knock others spellbound with her deviously good looks just as easily. Played by Dakota Fanning in the movies, Jane likes to wear makeup shades in line with her coldhearted character: deep pewters, smoky grays, and of course black.
This video shows you a great idea to organize your lip glosses or lipsticks. You can put it on a frame stand, or add a ribbon to hang on a wall. Here you'll find a great way to transform a 99-cent place mat that will organize your lip glosses instead of just thrown in the drawer.
Petrilude is a guy who does makeup. He gives great tips that are great for women to follow and use in their daily makeup routines. He also comes up with some amazing makeup looks inspired by celebrities and music videos. In this tutorial, he shows you how to get the same makeup look as Lady Gaga in her "Bad Romance" music video. You, too, can accomplish the same gorgeous, breathtaking look if you just follow his instructions.
Twilight, that steamy, dreamy love story between teen Bella and heartthrob vampire, Edward Cullen. This love story is based on a series of vampire novels (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn) by Stephenie Meyer. True love, handsome boy, and vampire danger = perfect teen love story. Who's your favorite Twilight character? This makeup tutorial demonstrates how to create Rosalie Hale's makeup, based on the actress Nikki Reed in the Twilight movie.
In this video, we learn how to look like Megan Fox. After you apply your foundation, apply bronzer all over your face and on your neck, then blend. From here, apply a smoky black on the lids and make sure you don't go past the crease. Blend this color all over the lid with a fluffy brush, then apply eyeliner on the waterline of the lids. Apply a white color under the brows after this for a highlight. Then, apply a nude color under the eyebrow and blend with the other colors. From here, add on...
Dressing up as a character from the "Harry Potter" series is so appropriate for Halloween because you've got a wide selection of witches, wizards, house elves, fluffy pets, trolls, evildoers, and other miscellaneous wacky characters to choose from.
In this video we learn how to do Bowie-like inspired makeup. Start off by applying white makeup to the face all over around the lips and on the bridge of the nose. From here, apply red color to the side of the face and on the right eyelid going up to the corner of the face. Then, contour the nose with this same color, connecting the sides to each other. Now, apply red paint and blue paint to the face to create the design that is on the left hand side of the face. Once your design is finished,...
This makeup how-to video demonstrates a pretty metallic and orange eye makeup look, that works on all eye shapes, even monolids. The cosmetic products used to create this look are Urban Decay Primer Potion, MAC Fab n Flashy, MAC Goldmine, MAC Antiqued, L'Oreal Lush Raven, MAC Ricepaper, Black eyeliner, MAC Handforged Technokohl Eyepencil, Shiseido Mascara Base, Shu Uemura Fiber Extension Mascara, and Clinique Superbalm Gloss in Ginger. Watch this video makeup application tutorial and learn ho...
There isn't much California in Katy Perry's just released music video for "California Gurls," but there are a lot of yummy cupcakes, gingerbread men with hearts of candy, and bright, glittery makeup!
Scare your friends with this cool bullet hole makeup effect.
Need to look good fast before you head off to work or to school? Then take a gander at this makeup video for a quick how-to on creating a neutral, flawless everyday makeup look with flattering cheek contouring an pink lip gloss.
Michael Jackson's musical legacy will be sorely missed and greatly remembered. Commemorate this talented artist by dressing up as him for Halloween. But don't just buy a Michael Jackson costume, don a wig, and call it a day (or a night).
In the past few years (thanks in no small part to "Twilight") vampires and sorta kinda werewolves have been the IT creatures of the night. But ten, twenty years back it was all about the zombies. Bring flesh eating back by dressing up as a super disgusting and realistic zombie.
The Care Bears have stood the test of time, from their first appearance on greeting cards, to cutesy, plush teddy bears, to animated television series, to adventure-filled movies. The Care Bears may be long gone from television, but not from out hearts (especially Sara Griffith's of SharksBiteOfLife).
When Halloween approaches, mythical creatures are all the rage with children and adults.The mermaid look requires oceanic colors and other unusual makeup techniques. Learn how to create the mermaid look at home.