5 February 2014

Facelook: Korean inspired 'natural' makeup tutorial

Hi guys ! Right now I'm sitting in politics class as I write this post and I'm right at the back so I'm pretty happy that no one (apart from the guy beside me who is eating A BURGER) will see my gigantic face. Hahaha . Pulled an all nighter last night to finish an essay and I am exhausted. On a brighter note, I'm getting pledged later! Excitement *_* Sooo I decided to go with a really simple fuss-free look today. You know, focus on my carefully picked out dress. I figured that a koreanish doe-eyed look that was subtle would work:

Eyes: Etude House Dear Girl Big Eyes Maker
Eyebrows: Brown eyeshadow from Benefit's Big Beautiful Eyes palette
Blush: NARS Deep Throat
Lips: The Saem - Saemmul Lip Crayon in shade 02
Concealer: K-Palette Zero-Cover Kuma Concealer  

Big Eye Maker:
Top eyelid: I lined the area closest to my eyelashes with the white/glitter side of the Big Eyes Maker, then used the brown side to line my 'V' area, and the area above the white eyeshadow.
Bottom eyelid: 1/3 white side, 2/3 brown side. I try not to do the typical Korean 'straight' eyebrows because my face is too oblong, so I always go with a slight arch.  

K-Palette Zero is the most industrial strength concealer ever!!! The all nighter left me with eyebags that resembled a Givenchy Nightingale... so I knew immediately what to use to conceal them ^^

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