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How To: Airbrush makeup foundation

Have you practiced your airbrushing strokes? Ready to apply airbrush foundation? This makeup tutorial, hosted by makeup artist Koren, shows the basic application of airbrush foundation. Remember to conceal first, as once you applied airbrush foundation, you can't conceal on top of it as it will ruin the airbrushed areas.

How To: Make homemade makeup brush cleaner

In this tutorial, we learn how to make homemade makeup brush cleaner. First, grab an empty spray bottle and add in 1 c water to it. Next, pour in 1/4 c alcohol to the water. Now, pour in 2 tbsp of dish soap to the mixture along with 1/2 tbsp baby shampoo. After this, add in 1 tbsp of leave in conditioner to the mixture. Now, stick a straw into the bottle and mix everything around gently. Don't create a lot of soap on top by mixing it too hard. When you are done with this, you can spray it ont...

How To: Apply Revlon Colorstay foundation

Revlon Color stay foundation is a great makeup that can be applied easily for a flawless look! Follow the instructional tutorial and learn how to apply this makeup evenly for the best results possible. The easiest way to apply this foundation is using a damp sponge. Take the foundation and apply it directly onto the damp sponge. Then apply a light layer all over your face. Make sure that you blend the foundation into your neck as well. The best way to cover acne scars or active breakouts is b...

How To: Paint a werewolf face

This simple how to will show you the steps to transform your face from a lovable person on the street to a spooky, scary or downright creepy wolf. Awhoooo werewolf in London! How about a werewolf, or just your regular wolf, right in your own backyard? You'll want a white base makeup, some blacks, grays, and eye liner. You can choose to add teeth if you want to get extra scary. So check it out and get wolfy!! Woof woof!

How To: Create a drag queen/showgirl makeup look

You don't have to be a dude to dress up like a drag queen. Whether you want to do a double play on gender for Halloween (be a girl dressing up as a guy dressing up as a girl) or want to rock the look for a party, you should check out this makeup tutorial for everything you need to get your drag on.

How To: Do an Outer V eyeshadow to lift your eyes

This video shows how to do the "outer V" eyeshadow technique. All you will need are 2 shadows (1 medium/light and one dark), eyeliner, and mascara. First you must prime your lid using an eyeshadow primer or cream shadow. Now take the lighter shadow and cover the entire eye area in it, concentrating it on the lid. Next take the darker color and put it on your crease brush. Apply the shadow to the center of the crease, and blend a little of it inward, but focus most of the color on the outside ...

How To: Airbrush your eyebrows

Looking to use an airbrush to do your eyebrows? According to makeup artist, Koren, "Brows are easy breezy". In this video Koren shows how there are two methods to using your airbrushing tool to get the brows you want... Either with a template or by freehand. WIth a stencil and some skill, you'll be sporting all new brows!

How To: Create a Britney Spears Circus inspired makeup look

Youtube Makeup diva Julie G gives us another installment in her glamorous makeup tutorials. Whether you're new to makeup application or you're a practiced hand, Julie's style ideas and tips are sure to give you some inspiration. This look is based on Britney Spears's makeup in the "Circus" makeup look, and can be recreated with these makeup supplies: Urban Decay Primer Potion, MAC: Time and Space, MAC: Swiss Chocolate, MAC: Dark Edge, MAC: Carbon, Jordana Easy Liner For Eyes: Brown Suede, Urb...

How To: Create a retro Katy Perry inspired makeup look

Katy Perry and retro makeup go together like the Old Spice guy and sheer awesomeness. So if you're a fan of how Katy looks (and who isn't?) then check out this makeup tutorial to learn how to create a Katy Perry look with intense, long false lashes, a bronzy eye, and her signature bold lips.

How To: Apply a middle eastern makeup look

Oftentimes female style and tradition in the Middle East leaves little room for self-expression. This is where makeup comes in. Women covering their heads and bodies can personalize their look by applying dramatic makeup to their faces. Check out this tutorial and learn how to create a beautiful, exotic makeup look. This look is dramatic and inspired by the beauty of the Middle East. It is not difficult to accomplish if you follow along with the step by step. Start enhancing that lovely face ...

A Primer on Vintage Makeup: History You Can Hold, Smell and Touch

Lisa Eldridge is one of the most preeminent makeup artists in the fashion editorial space today, working with nearly every A-list female in Hollywood. Her blog is full of interesting tutorials and articles, and Eldridge recently posted a fascinating interview with Madeleine Marsh, historian and author of Compacts and Cosmetics: Beauty from Victorian Times to the Present Day.

How To: Create a cool wolf face paint mask

Awhoooo werewolf in London! How about a werewolf, or just your regular wolf, right in your own backyard? This simple how to will show you the steps to transform your face from a lovable person on the street to a spooky, scary or downright creepy wolf. You'll want a white base makeup, some blacks, grays, and eye liner. You can choose to add teeth if you want to get extra scary. So check it out and get wolfy!! Woof woof!

How To: Get the Megan Fox retro pinup look

In this video, we learn how to get the Megan Fox retro pinup look. First, apply a white shadow all over the lid and underneath the eyebrows. From here, brush a tan color over the top and then take a color that matches your hair color and brush it into your brows to match the color. After this, apply a gray eyeliner to the waterline on the top of the eye. Next, brush a darker gray color over this and flare the edges out on the sides. Brush this on the bottom lash line and then apply mascara on...