How To: Create a Sophie Ellis Bextor makeup look

This how-to video helps you create a Sophie Ellis Bextor look. It's an easy look, just follow the steps in the video. You'll need: blue eyeshadow, white eyeshadow, makeup brushes, taupe eyeshadow, liquid eyeliner, pencil eyeliner, and mascara. This look is as fun as it is eye-catching.

How To: Apply yellow eye shadow with a crystal clear look

Man Woman Film demonstrates how to apply yellow eyeshadow to achieve a crystal clear look. First, define and extend the eyebrows with an eyebrow pencil. Then, use a white makeup stick to highlight under the brow arch. Next, use a liquid yellow eyeshadow to paint on yellow eyeshadow to the lids. Use scotch tape to mask off a defining slant on the outer edge of the eye. Apply powdered makeup over the liquid eyeshadow above and below the eye. Apply silver eyeshadow underneath the brow arch. Outl...

How To: Apply flattering makeup for TV news anchors

Who better to learn how to apply TV news makeup from than an actual TV news anchor? Emily Noel is a famous TV news anchor with several years in the biz, and she's here with this makeup tutorial to show you exactly how to get that flawless, shine-free TV anchor look you see in most news broadcasts.

Eyeliner For Dummies: All the FYI You'll Ever Need

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.

How To: Create a shocking Cirque Du Soleil makeup look

Halloween is coming sooner than you think; have you decided what you're going to dress up as yet? While going with the wicked witch or sexy black cat route is always fun and unfailingly cute, the easy choice quickly becomes the dull one, especially if you're essentially worn the same costume time after time.

How To: Apply a MAC bridal makeup look

This how-to video from makeup master Judy demonstrates a pretty bridal look inspired by Carried Underwood. She used mostly MAC cosmetics, specifically URBAN DECAY primer potion, MAC "girl friendly" paint pot, MAC "shore leave" E/S, MAC "cork" E/S, MAC "handwritten" E/S, MAC "rice paper" E/S, LOREAL intense liner, REVLON "frilly white" colorstay pencil eyeliner, RIMMEL waterproof mascara, FACEFRONT COSMETICS survival paint primer, MAC "handwritten" E/S, BEAUTIQUE "natural" lip liner, MAC "2N" ...

How To: Create a hot New Year's party look for an older woman

In this video, we learn how to create a hot new year look for an older woman. Start off by applying primer to the eyelids, then brush on a light gold eyeshadow to the crease of the inner eyes and below the eyebrows. Next, brush on a aqua blue eyeshadow to the entire eyelid, followed by a sparkly blue eyeshadow on top of it. Next, brush a purple color on the outer edge of the eyes and inside the outer crease of the eyes. After this, apply black eyeliner to the bottom of the eye and the top. Th...

How To: Do a MAC Hello Kitty eye makeup look

Lauren, AKA QueenofBlendingMUA has joined the ranks with the other YouTube makeup gurus. Lauren is a makeup artist with a large collection of eye makeup video tutorials. Her eye makeup look span from everyday makeup to creative, more expressive party looks. Check out this makeup tutorial video to learn how to do a MAC Hello Kitty eye makeup look. Search QueenofBlendingMUA on WonderHowTo for more beauty videos.

How To: Apply a silver glitter French manicure for parties

This video shows the viewer how to apply a silver glitter French manicure, a great party look. The creator suggests doing this by first covering the top third of the nails with clear nail varnish. She then dips the still wet nail into a tub of cheap glitter, standard glitter purchase from a local craft store. The using a fan brush she removes the excess glitter. To finish the look she applies a layer of transparent topcoat. This step is essential as it stops the glitter from falling off and g...

How To: Use the Derma Roller for Acne Scars

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.

How To: Create an earth mother makeup look

"Green is the new black" is this leading earth-mother-lady's mantra. She cares just as much about what she puts on her body as she puts in it, and stands behind the all-natural products that are as easy on her skin as they are on the environment. And, oh, does it show!

How To: Apply a Chanel temporary tattoo

In this video, we learn how to apply a Chanel temporary tattoo. First, you will need to purchase the tattoos from a store that sells Chanel products. After this, you will need to cut out which tattoo you want from the collection. You can use just a small one or you can connect them together to make one large tattoo. After this, you will need to peel off the plastic from the top of the sheets and apply a wet cloth to the back of it. Next, push the tattoo onto where you want to apply it, then p...

How To: Create a Rihanna look using "reversed eyeliner"

Steal Rihanna's look with this tutorial hosted by makeup artist, TiffanyD, teaching how to use "reversed eyeliner". Reverse Eyeliner is a different technique, but simply means applying the eyeliner to the lower eyelashes and winging it upward, while leaving the top lids blank. Watch how this easy application is done and then go try it yourself!

How To: Do Wizard of Oz ruby slippers inpsired eye makeup

There's no place like home, to create this Wizard of Oz inspired ruby slippers eye look. Red might seem goth, but the silver makes this eye makeup seem pretty and unique. The cosmetic products used to create this look are from NYX, MAC, Wet 'n Wild, E.L.F., Pure Luxe, and Revlon. Watch this video makeup application tutorial and learn how to do a Wizard of Oz ruby slippers inspired eye makeup look.

How To: Get Ke$ha's "Blah Blah Blah" makeup look

Ke$ha has some funky looks. She has captured the ultimate party girl image with a lot of her videos and album covers. If you are looking to get a great club style like Ke$ha, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to duplicate her album cover for "Blah Blah Blah" and make the look your own.

How To: Create a "golden goddess" fashion makeup look

In this video from Logan Salter, he demonstrates how to create a "golden goddess" make-up look. First he massages Lancome moisturizer into his skin. He applies Blistex lip balm to his lips and under his eyes. He uses Studio Tech foundation in a warm tone, applying it with a brush to the apples of his cheeks and over his eyes. He applies concealer to his jawline, around his mouth, and under his eyes. He applies foundation to his whole face with a sponge, then contours under his cheeks with a b...

How To: Use makeup for a more natural, barely-there look

No-makeup makeup is like the holy grail of makeup application. The goal is to achieve sparkling eyes, glowing skin and supple lips, while tricking everyone into thinking you're wearing barely any makeup (even though you are..). Here, New York make artist Tyron Machhausen takes you through three easy looks, each distinctly different, yet essentially barely there.

How To: Fix false lashes when the ends detach

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...

How To: Do easy smokey eyes for an older woman

Sharon Connolly, Image Consultant, demonstrates how to create a fabulous smoky eyes look. Start by brushing a very light color over the eyelid area from the lashes to the brow, accenting the inner corner of the eye. Then apply a brown shadow from the lashes to just above the crease of the eye. Take a very light shadow and brush it above that and blend it in. With an angled brush draw underneath the lower lashes with the brown shadow.

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