I know it has been a really long time that I have done a post for you all, I was just busy with something which I will be announcing soon :).
But for now I just wanted to start by saying ‘Happy New Year’ and I hope this new year brings some new adventure in our lives.
So hopefully I will start writing some helpful tips with regards to Makeup. I know many have been asking me for video tutorials, but Its a huge investment and I am still taking baby steps with those. I need to invest in a nice Camera / Lighting / Space (vanity table) so I can really capture the right image which will do justice to all who would benefit from it.
So if you want me to give advice on makeup tips / what brushes to use/ basic eyeshadow or eyeliner or eyebrow anything in the coming days do let me know. (for now it would be some pictures with more of written steps)
Till next time
I know its been so long I haven’t posted anything, but recently while browsing I found this amazing technique which will help us Switch between eye shadows. So I am posting my 1st small video tutorial on the same
Some of us has that one particular brush we use for the entire look, most of the times we clean the shadow with the tissue paper or a wet cloth and wait for it to dry so we can move on to the next colour. I know how important it is to switch between eye shadows while doing a smoking or transitioning between colours.
Being a Makeup Artist for me this is like the best thing as it saves so much time – like for example we use a pencil brush to smoke out below the water line with one colour and need to switch to another colour for a soft transition using the same brush.
So here it is a simple affordable technique – I am sure everyone would be having a donut bun at home if not you can purchase it from any hair accessories or apparel shop I know H&M has it.
All you have to do is wiggle the brush on the donut and voila you have a clean brush to switch to another colour.
Here is a small tutorial that will make it easy to understand – Switch between eyeshadows ( if you see I am using a different product – but basically its the same material as the donut bun (main thing is that material). Cleaning is also easy soak it in soap water for few minutes and dry)
Let me know what did you think about it? if you use this technique do tag me 🙂
PS – do use a fresh new donut and not the same you use for hairstyling LOL just making it clear 😉
Till next time
♥ `•.¸.•´ ♥ NJ
PS – credits given to – pursebuzz on youtube.