You can get the nose here:
The liquid latex I bought at a costume store near my house. If you can find a costume store that is opened through out the year near your house, more than likely they sell liquid latex.
Right now, though, you can buy liquid latex at any Halloween store! Also, of course online!
As a Make-up Guru in Youtube my Goal is to make my Make-up Tutorials Simple and Easy and yet Create amazing Looks . Anyone can try my Looks out ,Practice is my only secret !!!!So if you think you can’t… Don’t Worry
eventually you will get there.
I had never done a Pin-up look before .So Thankful to all the requests ….I loved it and had so much fun wearing this Make-up .If you haven’t tried this look out ,I recommend you do it for Halloween and maybe you will love it so much you would want to go out Everyday after .
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Fall Winter Spring Summer all year style. This is an Easy twist to do. Very Bohemian, Indie, cute look. You can also turn this style into a messy up do that will look effortless, soft, and flirty. Great look for school and at work. Simple and quick!
music: ‘Liebestraum’ (no.3 in A) by Liszt
Hijaab bought from a boutique shop in Greenwich about a year ago and undercap is from Jordan
Foundation tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1uuHRfr1uA
Face: MAC studio Fix liquid foundation NC30, MAC select cover concealer NC25, MAC matte bronzer (for subtle contouring)
Eyes: Too Faced Shadow Insurance, NYX Jumbo pencil in Milk, MAC blacktrack fluidline, Urban Decay Book of Shadows Volume II (e/s AC/DC, Ecstasy, Sellout, Sphynx and Perversion), Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner in Zero, Maybelline pulse perfection vibrating mascara
Eyebrows: Urban Decay e/s in Perversion (matte black)
Cheeks: POP Rose belle palette
Lips: MAC lipliner in Subculture, Rimmel lipstick in Vintage Pink, Gosh lipglass No. 05
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You don’t need a trip to the spa to treat yourself to a facial. All you need is a half an hour and some key items to emerge with a clean, fresh, and relaxed face.
To complete this How-To you will need:
Some hair clips or a headband
A gentle facial cleanser
A sink or a large bowl
Some warm water
Some steaming hot water
An exfoliating scrub
A facial mask
2 chilled cucumber slices
A comfortable place to lie down
Some cold water
A facial moisturizer without retinol or exfoliants
Some fresh mint or lemon
Step 1: Pull hair back
Pull your hair back and secure it with a clip or hair tie so it is out of your face.
Step 2: Wash skin
Wash your skin with warm water and a cleanser that suits your skin type to remove all the dirt, oil, and makeup, and pat dry with a towel.
Step 3: Fill sink
Fill your sink or large bowl with steaming hot water and sit in front of it.
Step 4: Steam face
Drape your towel over your head and lean forward until your face is a comfortable distance from the water—the towel should create a tent around the water, trapping the steam inside. Keep the towel over your head for at least a few minutes until your face is warm and flushed.
Tip: Add some fresh mint or lemon to the hot water to refresh your face and clear your sinuses.
Step 5: Exfoliate
With your face still wet, spread the exfoliating scrub over your face with your fingertips, using small, gentle circular motions moving outward toward your hairline. Be careful to avoid the delicate skin around your eyes.
Step 6: Rinse face
Gently but thoroughly rinse off the scrub with warm water.
Step 7: Apply mask
According to product directions, apply your facial mask, smoothing it on with your fingertips in small, gentle circular motions. Be sure to avoid your eyes and lips.
Tip: For oily skin try a mud or clay mask; for dry skin, try one containing a hydrating gel, or a cream mask.
Step 8: Place cucumbers
Retrieve your cucumber slices and lie down. Close your eyes, place the slices over them, and relax for the recommended amount of time that your mask should stay on.
Step 9: Remove cucumbers
Remove the cucumber slices.
Step 10: Rinse face
Rinse your face thoroughly with warm water.
Step 11: Splash with cold water
Splash your face with ice cold water—or even better, submerge your face for a moment in a sink or bowl filled with it.
Step 12: Pat skin dry
Lightly pat your skin dry with a towel.
Step 13: Apply moisturizer
Apply a light moisturizer that does not contain retinol or exfoliating agents.
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My apologies for the camera losing focus towards the end of the tutorial. I was experimenting with a different camera & wasn’t used to the settings & sensitive focus. Hopefully you all will still enjoy the look! Thanks ; )
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Intro Music By: JohnJulian “Stars”
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Make Up Tutorial: Simple Brownish Copper Look Using Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Baked! by: J3zalkitty114
This is a great look if your just going out with friends or if you want something simple but still look fabulous! Also great for beginners! This look is achieved using Urban Decay eyshadow in Baked!
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I love Cleopatra, she’s a beauty icon and such a fun “halloween character” to portray! This was requested by Misty from Pasadena California.. thanks girl, hope you like, and hope everyone enjoys as well!
Royal Oil Free Foundation in Belleza
Princess Pressed Powder in Golden
King Concealer in Medium
Reigning Eye Liner in Ebony (Outline)
Queen Silky Shadows in Void (Lid & Crease)
Queen Frosted Shadows in Midnite Blue (Lid)
Queen Frosted Shadows in Gold (Upper Lid & Brow Bone)
Empire Eyes in Black Out Gel (Gel Eyeliner)
Power Eye Pencil in Jetblack (Waterline)
Regal Blush Powder in Ginger
Blue Blood Bronzer in Original
Imperial Creme Lipstick in Naked
Imperial Pearl Lipstick in After Glow
Lady Lips in Golden Girl
Bratz Gold Lipstick (Don’t remember where I purchased it!)
FTC Disclaimer – All makeup products used in this video were purchased by myself. All accessories, costume pieces, and clothing in this video were purchased by me as well, no sponsors!