Beauty Blogger Collaboration: Makeup Through The Ages -1960

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Do you see the title of this blog collaboration?!?! I am beyond ecstatic to be doing this wonderful “Makeup Through the Ages” post with a bunch of other amazing beauty bloggers from all over the world! Awhile back I had asked my followers to take part in this awesome collaboration with me! ¬†ūüôā As you may know, makeup has changed quite a bit throughout time. Our blog collaboration will take our readers on a journey through the ages starting with Egyptians, skipping numerous years, then the roaring 1920s to present day, and then of course futuristic! I can’t wait to see what all the other ladies came up with!

My Decade

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I picked the 1960s for a couple of reasons! I love the music! I am a big classic rock fan. I love the song, “House of the Rising Sun” by The Animals. I posted a YouTube video just in case you have never heard of it! I, of course, also loved THE BEATLES! They’re one of my favorite bands!

A Little History Lesson! 

1960 JFK (John F. Kennedy) beats Richard Nixon in the¬†presidential¬†election to become the 35th US President. The book “To Kill a Mockingbird” was published.
1961 “West Side Story” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” comes to the big screen.
1962 Marilyn Monroe dies of an overdose. World wide television and cable became a reality. Eleanor Roosevelt dies. My amazing mum is born!
1963 The Beatles take Britain by storm. JFK is assassinated. My amazing dad is born!
1964 Bob Dylan becomes popular. Color television! The first primetime Soap Opera “Peyton¬†Place” appears on¬†television. Martin Luther King Jr. gets the Nobel Peace Prize.
1965¬†“The Sound of Music” premieres. Martin Luther King Jr. works on the Voting Rights Act.
1966 The first “Star Trek” episode aires. Walt Disney dies.
1967 PBS is created. “The Jungle Book” comes out.¬†
1968 “60 Minutes” first airs. The movie rating system starts (PG, PG-13, Rated R, etc.) Martin Luther King Jr. dies.
1969¬†“Sesame Street” was born. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walk on the moon.

Information found here and here.

The 1960s Beauty Trends

I did do some research online, but I got most of my information from my grandparents who grew up in the 1960s.

  • Dramatic makeup looks.
  • Pedal Pushers! Which in today’s age are known as capris.
  • The mini skirt makes its way into fashion!
  • Big Hair!!!! Lots of volume! Remember the movie “Hairspray” and their crazy volume?!? That takes place in the 1960s.
  • A lot of black liner!
  • Cut creases (mostly used black)
  • Nude lips also became popular in the 1960s. But, my grandma said that in the early 1960s, red lips were super popular!
  • Colorful eye looks!
  • Thick full lashes on both the bottom and top as worn by Twiggy in the 1960s.
  • The Nurses hat! (So glad I don’t have to wear that in my nursing career)!

MAKEUP

When I first decided I was going to do the decade of the 1960s, I of course, wanted to do a blue eye-shadow look because it just screams the 1960s in my opinion. When I was talking to my grandmas, they both said blue eye-shadow was the craze. I have never done a cut crease, so my look is going to be a little softer than the Twiggy version of a cut crease with an intense black line.

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I love my Nyx Jumbo pencil in milk because it definitely helps eyeshadows pop, especially a blue shade. I layered that on top of my Lorac Behind the Scenes Eye Primer.¬†The white base does not need to be perfect because, well, it will be turning blue here soon…

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I recently got the Mac Fix+ because I visited my first ever Mac store and felt like this was a good purchase. Basically, I sprayed my eyeshadow brush with this Mac Fix+ to moisten it and that helped make the shadow more pigmented and  give it a more harsh look.

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There I am adding the crazy blue shadow single which is from the amazing brand of Urban Decay and in the shade Peace. I recently got a new makeup mirror, as you can see in the photo, and I love it! I will be doing a post on that sometime soon.

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I never ever wear winged eyeliner, so I’ll be honest, this was really new to me. Therefore, ….. TAPE! I applied tape so I would get it even. Placement of the winged eyeliner is supposed to follow the bottom lash line into a wing. But, before you add fresh tape onto your poor little delicate under eyes, put it on your hand first to take away some of the stickiness. I used 2 different eyeliners for this look. The first one I used is by Collection and it is their 24 hour felt tip eyeliner. I used that along the lashline and the wing (basically the whole eyeliner part). The second eyeliner was just a little blacker, so I added that eyeliner on top of the one from Collection. That eyeliner is from The Balm and it is their Schwing liquid eyeliner.

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This was probably the hardest part of the look. Making it look like a “cut crease.” As you can see in the photo, I just took the shade Blackout and applied it in the crease. I did blend it a little bit so it isn’t quite the same as Twiggy. But, you get the point. I also applied some Blackout shadow under my lash line as well.

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Time for mascara! I decided to try the Rimmel London Scandaleyes Retro Glam mascara. I really wanted dark¬†voluminous¬†lashes and I didn’t want to have to put fakes ones on, so this was the next best thing.

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I wanted to add a little shimmer to my look, therefore, The Balm’s Overshadow in Work is OverRated comes to the stage.

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Apparently in the 1960’s¬†a lot of people would¬†shave off their eyebrows and draw them on. They did draw them in on the heavier side and more of a straight line. Yeah, I’m not going to do that.

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I used the products that I usually use from day to day. In the 1960s they liked more of a matte over a dewy finish. I used Porefessional from Benefit for a primer. Then, my tarte Amazonian clay foundation in Light Sand. Finally, I finished off with my bareMinerals Mineral Veil powder.

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Time for some bronzer, highlighter, and some blush. I hardly ever wear bronzer, ever! But, I decided to use my Pur Minerals Mineral Glow. The highlighter I used is the famous Mary-Lou Manizer from The Balm. In the 1960s they wore a lot of coral blush. Hence, I thought that my Sleek blush in the shade coral would be perfect to add to this look.

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I really wish that I would have worn a nude lipstick, because I have the perfect one. I did wear a red lipstick because my grandma had said that in the early 1960s, red was popular and that during that time they came out with more shades: nudes, pinks, etc. I just finally had a reason to wear a red lipstick. I used my Urban Decay Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Color in the shade Theodora. I got it in my Theodora palette from The Great and Powerful Oz.

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HAIR

1) In the 1960s, they wore a lot of hair accessories. So I decided to use my headband (from Maurices) for some extra 1960s style. I just parted my hair on the side and put the headband into place. Then I combed back the rest of the hair that was behind the headband.
2) Since they ratted their hair a lot to get extreme volume I decided to try this voluminizing powder from Not Your Mothers. It did work pretty well, because I was able to comb through my ratted hair with no difficulty. Do not try ratting your hair without using a powder like this, otherwise it will be a snarly mess.
3) After applying the powder in the roots, I took a comb and started ratting.
4) For some extra volume I decided to have a little mini bun that the ratted hair from step 3 will cover.
5) I just continued to rat all my hair around the headband, until it looked something like this…
6) Pin back the hair with a bobby pin making sure to cover the bun. I did have a flower clip that I placed over the bobby pins. You will be able to see it in the photos below.

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THE COMPLETED LOOK

This is my completed look. I really like that it looks very 1960s. Comment if you agree?!? This eye look is obviously not an everyday look, but they sure loved their blue eyeshadow back then.

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FASHION

This is probably where I had the most fun with this collaboration. Picking out my outfit!! I feel like the neckline of the shirt I’m wearing is perfect! In the 1960s they wore a lot of rounded collar necklines, whether¬†it be a shirt or a dress, that style was in. It is also a perfect blue shade! I of course spotted this shirt at Maurices. No surprise there! My pedal pushers or capris (whatever you prefer to call them) are also from Maurices. They didn’t usually wear blue jean pedal pushers (like in today’s age), but more khaki or colorful ones instead. My black flats I have had forever, but I’m 99.9% sure I got them at Famous Footwear. My necklace I felt was very fitting for this decade with the silver hoops. That is from the jewelry company, “Premier Designs.” Both my earrings and bracelet are from Maurices. They would wear big hoop earrings, but this was the most dangly earring I had.

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SOME SHIBA INU LOVE…
Since hardly anybody has heard of a Shiba Inu in today’s age, I’m sure Shiba Inus were quite rare then. But, that didn’t stop me from taking some photos with my pup Mirya! She is so photogenic!

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That concludes this post! I hope that you enjoyed reading it. Let me know what you think of my makeup, hair, and outfit. I had a lot of fun doing this. Doing 1960s makeup and hair isn’t the easiest, so I am glad that I don’t have to rat my hair like they did back in the day. Also, so glad that I don’t have to wear those white nurses hats. Make sure to check out all the other lovely ladies’ posts that are part of this.

Egyptians/Cleopatra Angela 

1920 Soph from Little Bit Soph

1930 Meagan from A Beauty Obsession 

1940 Olivia from Eye Have A Lot of Feelings

1950 Heather from Coconut & Cotton

1960 Brittany from The Beauty Deputy (Me)

1970 Michelle from Pretty in the East 

1980 Christina from a casual beauty 

1990 Jacquelyn from the Little Scottish Corner

2000 Stephanie Wright 

Present Day Barbe from Fashionista in Surburbia  

Futuristic  Becky from MakeupandFreckles

 

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Day 26!! Get Ready with Me: A Girl’s Night Out Blog Hop!!!

Can you believe that April is coming to an end?!? That is crazy! But, I have a happy feeling with that, because I actually wore sandals today. It felt amazing! Absolutely¬†amazing! Hopefully Spring is here to stay!¬†This lovely blog hop was lead by the amazing Jacquelyn from The Little Scottish Corner. Jacquelyn, a few other ladies, and I, decided to post a blog hop, “Get Ready with Me: Girl’s Night Out.” Aaah the agony of deciding what palette to use?!? Yes, I may be a little bit of a palette addict! I decided to go with my newest palette by Too Faced which is the Chocolate Bar palette. Let me tell you this….not only do I love this palette, but it smells amazing! Sometimes I just open it again, just so I can get a whiff of chocolate.

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My pre-makeup face! 

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My Supplies

  • Mary-Lou Manizer highlighter, shimmer, eyeshadow by The Balm
  • Color Tattoo in Sunwashed Sky (110) by Maybelline
  • Eyeshadow Primer Potion by Urban Decay
  • Zoom-In Ultimate Mascara by Flower Beauty
  • Extreme 24 Hour Felt Tip Liner by Collection
  • Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette
  • Tinted Lip Balm in Apple Pink by Cailyn
  • Julep Lip-gloss in Enchanted
  • Cheek Pop in Berry Pop by Clinique
  • Overshadow in Work is Overrated by The Balm
  • Mineral Veil Finishing Powder by bareMinerals
  • Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Foundation in Light Sand by Tarte
  • The Porefessional Primer by Benefit
  • Lasting Perfection Ultimate Wear Concealer in Cool Medium
  • Makeup brushes!!!

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Part 1

Prime those eyes! I used Urban Decay primer potion as my primer, then added a Maybelline color tattoo over and blended it out.

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Part 2: The fun part! The Shadow! 

Step 1: Open the palette and smell the amazing chocolate scent!

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Step 2: Take a flat shader brush and apply the color Marzipan onto the inner half of the eyelid.

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Step 3: Take another flat shader brush or flip the current brush around and take Haute Chocolate and place that shade on the outer half of the eyelid.

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Step 4: Take a crease brush and add the shade Milk Chocolate into the crease. Make sure to blend, blend, blend!

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At the end of these steps you should have something like this!

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Step 5: Take a pencil brush with the shade Black Forest Truffle and add some definition to the outer V and blend a little bit of that shade into the crease. This shade has some sparkles and is very pretty!

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Step 6: Take a blending brush and take the shade White Chocolate and apply it below the eyebrow and blend out the harsh lines of Milk Chocolate. 

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Step 7: Take the Overshadow in Work is Overrated from The Balm and apply it all over the lid for some extra shimmer! Perfect for a night out!

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Step 8: Take the shade Champagne Truffle and apply it in the inner corner by the tear duct.

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 Part 3: Eyeliner, Mascara, Face, and Lips

Step 9: Add liquid eyeliner! I used my Collection eyeliner from the UK!

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Step 10: I did not like the liquid eyeliner for this look because I felt like it was too harsh, but adding Black Forest Truffle really softened up the look. I used a pencil brush to apply the shadow.

Step 11:  Apply mascara!

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Step 12: Put on that face!

Primer
Foundation
Concealer

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I love my Sigma F80 for applying foundation! It gives me a flawless finish!

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Love this concealer that I got in my box swap! Thanks Effie!

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Step 13: Apply blush and highlighter! I didn’t contour, even though I probably should have for a night out look. I have yet to find a good brush for that, so I usually shy away from bronzer powders at the moment.

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Step 14: Finishing Powder!

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I use this brush to set my concealer because it fits perfectly under my eye area.

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Step 15: Pout those lips!

I got this Cailyn product from my Ipsy bag and this Julep lipgloss from a few Julep Maven boxes back.

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Step 16: Add those finishing touches!

The Final Look

I could not get the camera to capture the actually look. In the photos you can’t see the shimmer! ūüė¶ ¬†I need to figure out a way to capture my makeup looks more effectively!

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The lip products faded throughout the day, so here are some pictures with a different lip!

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That concludes this Get Ready with Me post! I know it was more like a tutorial! I decided to just do my makeup! Although, a big part of a girl’s night out would include fashion, hair and nails!!! Comment and let me know what you thought! Also, have you tried the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette!?!?

Make sure to check out the other blogs involved!

  1. Jacquelyn @ The Little Scottish Corner
  2. Elese @ Eleseaesthete 
  3. Jen @ Jen’s Beauty Bits
  4. Sonya @ Once Upon A Glam
  5. Makeupyourcupcake

Make sure to enter my giveaway! It will end the last day of this month!!!

Also, don’t forget to check out my previous posts from this month during the #30daysofthebeautydeputy

Day 25: Pacifica Natural Lip Tint Review

Day 24: Watch Mirya, my Shiba Inu, Grow!

Day 23: My Essie Nail Polish Collection

Day 22: Lush Charity Pot Lotion Review

Day 21: What I would buy if I had $500-$1000 to spend on beauty products…

Day 20: Happy Easter and The Beauty Scenario Tag

Day 19: April 2014 Ipsy Glam Bag

Day 18: Easter Goodies!

Day 17: My Niece Does my Makeup

Day 16: Wizard of Oz Collection by Julep

Day 15: Kat Von D Esperanza Palette Review

Day 14: Soap & Glory Endless Glove

Day 13: My Top 10 Youtube Beauty Gurus

Day 12: The Spring Tag

Day 11: Beauty Box 5

Day 10: Discuss with Me #3

Day 9: Fortune Cookie Soap Spring Box

Day 8: No 3 month No-Buy

Day 7: My Weekend & an Ulta Sale

Day 6: Tag 10 Beauty Mistakes I Used to Make

Day 5: Only One Tag

Day 4: GIVEAWAY

Day 3: Miranda’s Tangerine Natural Lip Balm

Day 2: March Favorites

Day 1: Beauty & Fashion Spring Picks Blog Hop

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Em Cosmetics: The Life Palette Mini “Holiday Life: New Year’s Countdown Edition” Review + Tutorial

So with New Years Eve being today I thought that it was an appropriate time to do this review of the Life Palette Mini Holiday Life: New Year’s Countdown Edition. Em Cosmetics is a company that was started by Michelle Phan who is a very popular YouTuber. I did do a post already on some of their products so you can check that out here:¬†https://thebeautydeputy.wordpress.com/2013/10/04/makeup-brand-review-em-cosmetics-by-michelle-phan/

The Life palette is a huge palette that includes eye shadows, cheek products, and lip products all in one. Each Life Palette has 4 separate parts that can be used to make a look. There are a few options such as: beach life, career life, night life, etc. Well they recently came out with 2 Mini Life Palettes. I decided to get both on the Cyber Monday sale because it was buy one get one. So I paid $29 for both palettes which I can’t complain about. I plan on doing a review and a makeup look with the other one that I got also, but that post will be after the New Year.

THE PALETTE

I think that Michelle Phan does an awesome job on the outer packaging. It does really catch the eye with the details and the wonderful colors.

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The packaging opens up to see the palette. On the flap is shows 2 looks created and it says, “inspired by the reminiscence of the past year and the celebration of a new year to come.” You can watch the tutorials at emcomsetics.com.¬†

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The back of the packaging.

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I think that the actual palette packaging itself is boring! When I compare it to the outer packaging I especially think it is boring! But, that is just my personal opinion. I love color! You can’t see this in the photo but there are a bunch of words such as: embark, emerge, esteem, embellish, and a few others. I even have a hard time seeing it in person because it is clear words against white. I think it would have been so much better if those letters were colorful. But, I did say the same thing in my last Em Cosmetics post, so my opinion hasn’t changed. It is nice and sturdy and has magnetic closure. The palette came with a mini 2 sided brush which is a nice bonus, although I would rather use my actual brushes.

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It has a nice mirror. That can be a pro or con to some people. Personally I never use the mirrors included in palettes (except for my Vice 2).

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So here is the close up of the eye shadows included in this palette. I do think the colors are perfect for this time of year. I love my berry burgundy colors!

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All the colors on the outside of the palette, except for the 2 small pans on the upper right corner are eye shadows. Those 2 upper right ones are both lip products. The middle pan is a blush.

The picture below shows how the colors are placed in the palette and the amount included (6.7 g 0.237 oz)

States it is “the life palette mini¬†refillable eye, cheek, and lip palette.” Look at the photo above and look for the small little openings by each other. Em Cosmetics has a tool that you can use to get the pan out. Otherwise I’m sure there is something around home that a person could use to get the colors out.

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So here comes the swatches!

EYESHADOWS

Sequin dress: I’m not impressed with this color at all. It has very chunky glitter. I have no idea where I would use this shade, except for a tiny bit in the inner corner. Also it is in a bigger eye shadow pan when it should be in a smaller one. The color itself is very pretty: a very light champagne gold.

Good Cheers!: I do like this color. I think that it is a complimenting color to add to the palette. It is a good color to add in the crease or add in the inner part of the eyelid. The color is pretty: a medium orange beige with glitter.

Couples gold: I’m glad that this color is in a larger pan because it will be my most used color. It is a gorgeous pigmented deep shimmery gold. It is a good color to use on the eyelid.

Cranberry Cocktail: I wish that this color was in a little bigger pan because I think this is a perfect crease color to use to get the perfect New Years look! I would describe it as a pigmented shimmery cranberry mauve.

Happy New Year!: I would describe this color as a deep chocolate brown with silver glitter. This color would work well as a liner. I think that it is a very pretty color. It is pigmented, but a little streaky.

Clock Strikes Midnight: I would describe this color as a matte navy blue. I do think that this color is a nice color to have included in the palette. It is always nice to have a darker matte shade. This color is very pigmented.

So that ends the eye shadow colors! Overall I do like the colors included, except for the first one. I think that they could have done a much better job with it and included a shimmery champagne color without all that chunky glitter that won’t blend.

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Swatches are from left to right and in order from the description above.

CHEEK & LIP

Countdown: the biggest pan in the middle is the cheek product. I do think the color is very fitting for the palette name and concept. Since it is so dark and pigmented a light touch of the brush works well. I would describe the color as: a shimmery taupe berry. 

Sparkling Punch: I would describe this lip product more as a lipstick and describe the color as a deep berry color. I haven’t really had that much chance to use this color yet, but I have used it once and I do like the color on my lips. It does look overpowering in the pan, but it gives the lips a nice winter berry color.¬†

Stroke of Plum: I would describe this lip product as more of a lipgloss and describe the color as a soft shimmery mauve pink. The lip gloss itself isn’t sticky, but doesn’t add that much color to the lip. It adds more shimmer than anything. It does look really nice over the lipstick described above.¬†

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THE LOOK I CREATED

So now for the New Years look I created using this palette. I tried to take a good photo so you could see the shimmer, but I had a hard time getting the photo the way I wanted it.

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So how did I get this look using this palette? It is very simple, but I think it is very pretty!

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A picture of all the products I used.

Some more pictures of the products I used..

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The Balm’s Overshadow in, “Work is overrated.”

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Em Cosmetics Shade Play- Lip color mixing palette in, “mix it up roses.’ I added all the colors together except the top 2 colors and I created the color on the middle right side in the mixing pan.

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The eyeliners I used: 1) Em Cosmetics Waterliner in Ro’s Gold. 2) Minerelles Eye Pencil Crayon in Charcoal.

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My Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes mascara and Younique’s 3D lashes (I plan on doing a review on this, but it basically is false lashes being applied like mascara.)

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My favorite highlighter: Mary-Lou Manizer which is perfect for a New Years look!

The Steps…

  1. ¬†Add face primer and foundation (I used a sample of Benefit’s POREfessional for primer and Tarte’s Amazonian Clay Powder foundation)
  2. Add Urban Decay’s Original Primer Potion
  3. Add couples gold all over the lid, except for the outer corner
  4. Add cranberry cocktail to the crease and outer V
  5. Add good cheers! to the inner part of the eye over couples gold
  6. Blend everything together
  7. Add sequin dress in the inner corner
  8. If I was to do this look again I would add either happy new year or clock strikes midnight to the outer V to add more definition
  9. Add a charcoal eyeliner to the upper lash line
  10. Add a gold colored eyeliner to the water line
  11. Apply overshadow all over the lid to add shimmer
  12. Apply mascara and false lashes or Younique’s 3D lashes
  13. Apply blush
  14. You can also add bronzer between steps 12 and 13.
  15. Apply highlighter
  16. Apply lipstick and lip-gloss
  17. Go out and enjoy the night!

For more information on em cosmetics their website is emcosmetics.com. This palette is also on sale right now for $25.00.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Comment down below if you have heard of Em Cosmetics or if you have heard of Younique 3D lashes. I love hearing from you all! Also comment down below and let me know what your New Years Eve or New Years Day plans are!

HAPPY NEW YEARS!

Xoxo

Brittany

The Beauty Deputy

Elsa Inspired Makeup from Disney’s Frozen!!

People who know me may know that I am in love with Disney! I may be 25 next week, but I never think I will be too old to love the amazing movies that Disney creates. I love the creativity behind them! The most recent Disney movie that came out is called, “Frozen.” I did love this movie! I thought it was very well done with the animation and I loved the story line. But, on a makeup lover’s perspective I noticed that wow…these characters have really amazing makeup. So I decided to do a inspired makeup look. If you don’t know much about this movie. It is about 2 sisters, one named Anna and the other named Elsa. Well Elsa has this ability to turn things into Winter or ice. This ability causes a lot of issues between the sisters. She becomes what they call, “The Ice Queen.” I’m not going to tell you more than that because I want you to see it for yourself. Also I love the music in this movie too! Anyway back to the makeup look. Anna has a neutral look, whereas Elsa has a very pretty look with the color purple which right now is my favorite color.

First off I am going to start off with some pictures of what Elsa looks like.

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Here are a few more photos of Elsa and the rest of the characters.

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Sisters: Elsa and Anna!

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Rest of the main characters!

As you can see she has a purplish pink style makeup on her lid with a orange/brownish color in her crease. I just think that her makeup is gorgeous!!! Don’t you agree?

Well here is my attempt on this look.

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What did I use to get this look?

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Products used…

Eye Shadow Base: Sigma Eye Shadow Base in Pursue

Lip color: Tarte LipSurgence lip tint in the color believe

(I got a sample size in a holiday box I got at Sephora)

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Eye Shadow Palette: Stila In The Moment

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Liquid Eyeliner: The Balm Schwing

Pencil Eyeliner: Em Cosmetics Waterliner in Black Night

Mascara: Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara sample

Eyelash Curler: Tarte Picture Perfect Eyelash Curler

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Blush/highlight: Urban Decay Naked Flushed

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How I got this look? 

Well I am going to post another picture of the palette so you can see the pictures and then the swatches.

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I used the colors: impulse, glance, improvise, whim, and desire to create this look.

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The swatches: impulse, glance, improvise, whim, and desire.

Well onto the steps! If you don’t have the Stila in the moment palette or the Sigma eye shadow base that is fine! Just find colors that are close. Use what you got!

1. Take Sigma’s eye shadow base in pursue¬†and put that all over the eyelid, but not on the crease

2. Take the color impulse which is a pale shimmery lavender color and add that to the inner part of the eyelid and take that color in about 1/3 of the eye

3. Take the color glance which is a violet with shimmer and add that color to the rest of the eyelid

4. Blend the colors impulse and glance together to make a nice transition into the darker color

5. Add the color whim which is a soft reddish-orange brown with some shimmer into the crease

6. Take the color improvise which is a dark plum into the outer V to add dimension and blend that color into whim

7. Add desire which is a soft matte light pinkish tan as a highlight below the brows

8. Add the color glance to the bottom lash line, stop half way

9.  Make sure everything is blended nicely

10. Add Schwing liquid eyeliner to upper lash line

11. Add Em Cosmetics waterliner to waterline

12. Curl lashes and add Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara

13. Add Urban Decay’s Flushed blush (a rose toned pink) to the apples of the cheeks and to the tip of the nose. If you look at a photo of Elsa she has a red nose which makes sense because it’s Winter!

14. Add Urban Decay’s Flushed highlighter (pink-champagne)

15. Add Tarte’s LipSurgence in the color believe to the lips (a berry colored lip)

16. Ready set go! Look into the mirror! Smile! Go enjoy the world!!

Anyway I hope that you all enjoyed this post! I really do love my Disney movies! Maybe I will do more posts like this in the future. Comment down below on what you thought of this look. Also let me know if you saw the movie Frozen and what did you think of it?

Xoxox

Brittany

The Beauty Deputy