Happy 1st day of December. We only have 24 days until Christmas and 30 days until we ring in the new year. Crazy to think how fast this year has gone by. With it being the month of Christmas, I am going to bring you a holiday look. Now this isn’t your typical red lips or anything. I bring you the Copper Holiday Makeup look. I decided to do a cut crease with this look and do a double wing with copper glitter.
Last week for the Beauty Mix it was all about the Thanksgiving look. This week it’s all about the gold. Gold is definitely a color you can use all year around especially during the holiday months. So Ashleigh and I decided to do gold makeup looks this week. I decided to use the Anastasia Beverly Hills Self Made palette which I haven’t used in a long time and pair the eye look with a bold lip color. Even though they no longer sell the Anastasia Beverly Hills Self Made palette (at least I don’t think) I’m sure you can create this look with any gold, orange and brown shades you have. Like if you have the Morphe palettes, you’re good to go!
This weeks beauty mix is all about the Thanksgiving makeup look. For me I wanted to do a simple but bold look. Usually I do a nude lipstick and bold eyes but this year I think I’ll be doing the neutral eye and bold lip. We shall see. I’m usually in the kitchen on Thanksgiving day and I’m sure some of you will be too so this look was super easy to do and I’m sure you can pull it off as well.
Holiday makeup looks are in full blown gear. I love creating holiday makeup looks and this week it’s all about the Beauty Mix: Red. Let’s be real here, we all know we can rock the red lipstick. You can wear it by simply wearing no eyeshadow and with some mascara but today I did a sultry smokey glam look to go with the red lipstick. I usually love to rock the simple wing liner with the red lipstick and some neutral eyeshadow but this makeup is completely different. I used the Morphe 35F palette to create this look.
Oh my gosh you guys Halloween is literally 6 days away! I’m so excited for Halloween. My boys got their costumes already and I can’t wait to take them trick-a-treating. Mommy is taxing these boys by the way. This week for the Beauty Mix; Ashleigh and I created another Halloween look. Originally I wanted to do a glamorous skull but then I saw this video by CosmobyHaley and I was inspired to do this Wicked Spider Web Halloween Look. She didn’t add any spiders but I wanted to, to make the look more creepy. And although I’m terrified of spiders, I’m glad I was able to stay calm when I was adding the fake spiders.
This week for the Beauty Mix is all about the Halloween makeup looks. Both and I are so excited about this because we’re able to show our creativity. This week we both wanted to do a Mermaid Halloween look and this is what I came up with. If you weren’t aware, my sister, my niece and I will be mermaids this Halloween so I’ve been practicing my looks. Super excited about this because I’m dying for us three to post pictures of our looks.
Welcome to this months Beauty Mix with Ashleigh and I. This week for the Beauty Mix is all about the Halo Eye. If you’re unfamiliar with the Halo Eye look; it’s basically where you have the darker shade in the inner and outer crease blend it into the crease and then add a bright shadow in the center. How many of you love the halo eye looks? I love it because it’s so easy and simple to do. I used 1 palette for this look and if you have it this palette you’re in luck! Which palette did I use? The MannyMUA x Makeup Geek palette. I wanted to use this palette because I haven’t really been using it as much as I would love to especially since I’ve purchased it. This palette is so popular because of the quality of the eyeshadows and of course because of the shades. This palette is perfect for all year round.
Welcome to this months Beauty Mix with Ashleigh and I. This week for the Beauty Mix is all about the cut crease. I don’t know about you ever since I learned how to do a cut crease I fell in love with it. I love the way cut crease looks you can make them bold, sharp or subtle. I created this subtle cut crease look using the Morphe 35F (Fall into Frost) palette. I freaking love this palette and how it’s perfect for fall makeup looks. If you haven’t yet purchased this palette do it! You won’t regret it. I wrote a full review on that palette here!