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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: Apply a drag queen makeup look

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...

How To: Do makeup for black and white photo shoots

Back in the '20s and '30s when all Hollywood cinema - and photographs - were in black and white, actresses had to pile on the makeup. Specifically, heavy contouring of the eyes and cheekbones was important in order for those features to pop out in an otherwise flat photograph, as was getting a dark shade of lipstick for luscious and thick lips.

How To: Create the makeup look of Bella Swan from Twilight

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 Bella Swan's makeup, based on the actress Kristin Stewart in the Twilight movie.

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: Apply orange and gold eye makeup

Learn how you can create this beautiful orange and gold eye makeup look with this tutorial. The following products were used: Loreal Hip eyeshadow duo in Flare, MAC Vanilla eyeshadow, MAC Solar White eyeshadow, MAC Soft Brown eyeshadow, Benefit Gilded pencil, Loreal HiP Color Truth Cream liner in Black, MAC Carbon eyeshadow, CG Lashblast mascara in very black, Benefit 10 and

How To: Apply makeup to look like a cheap slut

In this video, we learn how to apply makeup to look like a cheap slut. First, apply black eyeliner to the entire eyelid and up to the creases in the eye. After this, take your finger and smudge the liner up to your eyebrows. Next, take a bright blue eyeshadow and brush it all over the eyelid up to the eye creases. Next, take a light blue eye shadow and apply it as a highlight underneath the brows. Brush a dark blue shadow on the crease of the eye, then blend it on the outer edge of the eye. A...

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: Apply the Mad Hatter Johnny Depp costume makeup

In this video, we learn how to apply the Mad Hatter Johnny Depp costume makeup with Kandee. Start off by applying white makeup to the face so your skin color doesn't show through. Once this is covering your face completely, take a light blue pencil and apply it to the eyelids up until you reach the crease. After this, apply powder blue shadow over the top of it as well. Apply pink shadow underneath the eyes until you reach the top of the cheek. Brush a purple shadow in the lower lash line bru...

How To: Create a creepy dead doll makeup look for Halloween

Is it just us, or do dolls get scarier as we get older? When we were younger, there was nothing more fun to do on a Sunday afternoon than to play dress up and do pretend tea time with our American Girl dolls. Yet now those unmoving, lifelike eyes and disarming smiles creep the living daylights out of us.

How To: Get Kim Kardashian's everyday makeup look

Kim Kardashian's star just keeps on rising, and that is largely due to her beauty. In this tutorial, learn how to create the same look that Kim wears most often on yourself! If you are inspired by Kim's glamour and want an everyday red carpet ready look, this is the style for you!

How To: Sanitize all your makeup tools

Glintzy shows viewers how to sanitize all of their makeup products. To do this you will need, a spritz bottle with rubbing alcohol in it and some paper towel. You should always wipe down wherever you put your makeup on with a germ killing spray. Also, always clean the outside of your makeup to make sure this is clean because you are always touching the makeup. Also, don't forget to clean the handles of your brushes. Foundation you cannot sanitize if it does not have a pump so you have to be r...

How To: Create a modern pin up girl makeup look

Like the classic pin up look but tired of the fact that it's done the same way, with the same colors but just about everyone? Toss your beige eyeshadows and red lipstick tubes (not into the trash, but back into your makeup bag!) and try out some more modern colors for this look.

How To: Repair broken eyeshadow with rubbing alcohol and a spatula

Is your eyeshadow busted and broken up? Don't toss it away just yet— it's totally repairable. Bring back the smoothness with a little tip that will save you tons of money in the long run. The key? Rubbing alcohol. By adding a little bit of rubbing alcohol to your broken eyeshadow, and by mixing it together with a small spatula or butter knife, you can get it back to its original vigor.

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.

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 ...

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