Farewell and good riddance to 2013..
Before I present my final post of 2013…
I wanted to share the last look of the Holiday Glimmer series. Donna-Marie is my sister from another mister and my very first blogging friend. Her blog The Beauty Holder and her are amazing!
She created a New Year’s Eve look.
- MAC STUD Eyebrow Pencil
- NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk (as shadow base)
- SLEEK Eyeshadow in from the Ultra Matt palette collection (on the lid, blended into crease)
- No name silver glitter liner over the shadow on the lid
- Ardell Demi Wispies Lashes with DUO eyelash adhesive
- INGLOT under makeup base
- NARS Sheer Glow Foundation in New Orleans
- MAC Mineralised Skin Finish in Dark and Deep Dark
- No blush or concealer on this look
- Berry Couture Lipstick by REVLON
- NYX Smokey Look lipgloss
I am going to welcome 2014 with open arms…
Not everything from 2013 was bad, but everything that happened was life changing. Are you ready for a new year?
I am absolutely, positively ready for the new year!!
For this look, I used a silver eyeliner pencil on my lid and then a darker silver eyeshadow in my crease. To get a cream color to last longer, use a primer and also put a little bit of mineral powder or the same color eyeshadow over it.
Where will you be bringing in the new year?
Everyone is drunk for New years anyway right, why spend a year on your makeup?
Amy from Llewsoba
is a talented makeup junkie and she is extremely funny. If you haven’t stopped by her page to show her some love and check out her looks, please do because you will not be dissapointed!! She also answers any makeup questions you may have!!
Today’s Holiday Glimmer is from Amy and she did two different looks for New Year’s Eve.
For this look she used: Star Crushed Minerals Rockstar with matte black on the outer corner and silver glitter on the inside corver and under 1/3 of the bottom lash line.
I am completely envious of those red highlights!!!!
For this look she used: matte black shadow, over a black base and then ridiculous amounts of glitter. She added some warm brown above the black for warmth, and put gold glitter over that.
Makeup tip from Amy: All anyone would need for this (for eyes) would be a matte black, a blending color, and any kinds of glitter.
Are you ready for the new year?