Hello lovelies! I hope y'all are having a nice day. This makeup right here is probably one of the simplest I've ever had to do, yet very classy. At first, I was at a loss for what look to create, but my model guided me. She wanted a very casual look—a look she could wear all day. No artificial lashes, very little contouring and highlights, and mild colors. I decided to use two different shades of green, the lighter one in the inner corner of the eye and the darker green, which I used to smoke out just very slightly. I used a jet black liner to make the eyes pop. Then I finished the look with a light shade of matte pink. And yeah, she wore this simple look all day and just couldn't stop taking selfies! I hope y'all loved this simple day look. Just about anyone can wear this look, and I encourage y'all to try it. Here are the makeup details below:

Eyepencil; Davis No. 018
Eyebrow definer or filler; Zaron
Eye Primer; Tara
Eyeshadow; Tara
Eyeliner: black (lomel)
Mascara; Eveline
Foundation; Maybelline
Powder; Tara Pallete
Contour Kit: Sleek (Medium)
Lipliner: Jordana
Lipstick; Mac
If you have any suggestions or questions, please feel free to drop a comment.
With love from your makeup artist, Chioma.

Pink Lips, Green Eyes

Hey guys! Today we did the smokey eye makeup for a day look. Firstly, I applied a face primer to cover my model's pores. I drew the brows using an eye pencil to highlight, and then I filled in using an eyebrow definer. Also,using a lighter shade of concealer down and a darker shade up, I highlighted the brows.

For the smokey eyes, I applied an eye primer to give the eye shadow a lasting effect. I used a light pink as a base, then blended it in with silver and applied gold as my transition color, and I finally used black to smoke out. Not forgetting to line the eyes, I used a black eyeliner up and a blue liner down to make the eyes pop. Lastly, for the eyes, I fixed on dramatic lashes to give a chic look.
Getting to the lips, I applied a dark red liner to line the lips and a brighter shade of red lipstick. I finished up the look using an oil-free foundation and pressed powder. My model, as you can see, has an oval-shaped face, so I didn't have to do much contouring; I just blended in the blush and the highlighter just below the cheek bone.

Makeup details
Face Primer; Tara
Eyepencil; davis No;018
Eyebrow definer/ filler; zaron
Eye Primer; Tara
Eyeshadow; Sleek
Gel Eyeliner; Mary Kay( jetblack) / zaron :EZ12 bluerays
Concealer; milani honey miel, colour 03 / maybelline affinitone, colour 05
Foundation; Mary Kay Timewise, Bronze 4
Powder; Tara Pallete
Contour Kit; Sleek (Medium)
Lipliner: Jordana
Lipstick; Inglot (409)
So this is new on this blog, hope you loved it, if you have any question feel free to ask or suggestions, feel free to drop a comment below. I am Chioma Amadi your make up artist.

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