Archive for the 'Cut Crease' Category

Nic’s Green Pixiwoo Eyes


Hi everyone, I saw this Pixiwoo tutorial when I was with Nic and we both thought it would look great on her. I used similar colours from Sleek and we ended up with the following look: For more picture click 

Nic – look from MakeUp is Art

Gradient unwearable faceart Slightly pissed

Hi everyone, Here is another older look for you guys. I saw this amazing look in a book I own called MakeUp is Art (by AOFM). The look we were going for looks like this:  The photographer us Keith Clouston Hair & Make-up: Jana Ririnui using Illamasqua Model: Leanne @ Oxygen I used a very […]

Curly Feathers

Cut unwearable Crease 05

Hi everyone, It’s been a while since I did an unwearable look on my eyes. This look came from a Sunday where I was suddenly with an hour of 2 left to fill and I needed to play some.

Greatest Makeup Looks of 2010 (for me anyway)

Hi everyone,

Well, the best way to go foreward is by saying goodbye to the past.
Here are my greatest makeup looks of 2010.

Click on the picture to go to the corresponding post.




This year I was really into eyeliner and pastels. Let’s see what 2011 will bring.

I’m a Good girl (Burlesque) makeup

I'm a good girl on Nic 01

Hi everyone, I hated myself for forgetting my camera the day I did this amazing Burlesque makeup on Nic. I used these two mini pics as a reference: This makeup is used in the movie Burlesque and Christina Aguilera wears it whilst singing I’m a good girl. This is the result:

The looks I blogged about in September 2010

Click on the picture to go to the original blog explaining the look.

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Cut Crease

Hi everyone,

I did this look on Nic this weekend, it’s a cut crease with an Indian twist to the look.

Nic wasn’t wearing any makeup except for mascara when I started, so I prepped her face with Smashbox – Hybrid 2 in 1 Primer which gives her skin a healthy glow. I then added some Maybelline – Dream Satin Liquid in Ivory to lighten her skintone a little. I then used MUFE lift concealer in no. 2 mixed with no. 1 to hide her dark circles, I buffed this into her skin with a Smashbox – Crease brush no. 10 because this blends the concealer into her skin amazingly.

I then quickly set the makeup with a little Make Up For Ever – Super Matte Loose Powder in 12 Translucent Natural and then added some Stila – Sun SPF15 Bronzing powder in shade 01 to place the outer parts of her contouring (with a MAC 109 brush). I also contoured her nose with this bronzing powder. I then used a bronzer from the Yves Saint Laurent – Sensation Soleil MakeUp Palette no. 1 to really define the hollows of her cheeks.

Nicole has very light brows and I added a mixture of Urban Decay – Naked eyeshadow and MAC – Cork and MAC – Wedge to add multiple colours to her brows. After the brows are ready you can see how far you can do with the eyes. I wanted to do a cut crease with an Indian twist on Nic because it’s something I’ve never done on her before and I wanted to see how it would look. I started with a base of MAC – Soft Ochre and set this with a little Smashbox Eyeshadow in Vanilla.

I used Make Up For Ever – Flash Colour Case‘s dark blue with a MAC angled brush to place the crease bringing it way down on the inner corner. I did it literally ON her crease and blended it upward. I then used Sephora – Colorful Mat Mono Eyeshadow in the colour midnight kiss No. 34 to set the blue and used a little Urban Decay – DeLuxe Eyeshadow in Fishnet to add a little extra brightness.

I lined her eyes with a L’Oreal black eyeliner pencil and then used a little Urban Decay – DeLuxe Eyeshadow in Freakshow under her eyes and made the line fade out where it hit the cut crease. And that is all I did for this look.

I hope you all like this eye, I certainly did!