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Sunday, 28 August 2016

BEAUTY TIPS: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO MAKE FULLER LIPS

BEAUTY TIPS: THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO MAKE FULLER LIPS

Like brows, lips are definitely having a moment right now. Thanks to celebrity social feeds and their kissy-face selfies, over-filled lips are everywhere we turn! Never ones to ignore a trend, we’ve searched far and wide for every tip and product that will make your lips appear fuller (sans injections). We went ahead and wrapped up our findings in a package and tied it with a (Cupid’s) bow for ya! Check out this guide devoted to delivering the fullest, prettiest pout of your dreams!

Draw (Slightly) Outside the Lines

With lip fillers on the rise, it seems that when it comes to lips, bigger is best. Everywhere we turn, we see pillowy, plush pouts (say that three times fast!) that waver on the extreme side. Since we’re all about turning up the drama — with makeup — we have no problem turning up the plump ... and the easiest way to get the augmented lip look is by drawing them in. All you need is lip liner, setting powder, lipstick, this tutorial, and you’ll be ready to roll!

Work That Cupid’s Bow

Successfully landing any trend starts with a strong foundation, which is why the Cupid’s bow is such a vital component in the full-lip game. And, even if you don’t have a super-defined bow, every girl should know how to line it (and fake it) the right way. If you’re not one for the steady hand, don’t fret. Drawing in your Cupid’s bow is a matter of “X marks the spot.” So, pick up your lip liner and follow this tutorial!

Pick Up the Highlighter


If you’re short on time and don’t have a minute to line your lips, we have a little tip that will accentuate your lips and make them appear fuller within seconds. And, all it takes is a quick dab of highlighter. Pick up your fave liquid illuminator and follow this super-simple trick. We promise you’ll love the results.

Meet in the Middle

Just as important as your initial conquest for fuller lips, is the finishing touch. No matter what direction or tutorial you opt for, make sure you top off the look with a dab of gloss right on the middle of your pout. While it may seem like an insignificant step, this glossy touch helps accentuate the fullest part of your lips, so don’t skip it!

When In Doubt, Opt for the Quick Fix

If you don’t have the time or patience for any of the tips above, don’t worry. Pouty lips are still available to you via some good ol’ lip-plumping products. Designed for instant gratification, these temporary formulas are created to stimulate the lips and make them swell a bit (the good kind!). While painless and harmless, they usually tingle on initial contact, but within seconds, all you’ll notice are your new lips! 

Source: makeup.com

Saturday, 27 August 2016

THE TRANSIT COLLECTION BY ZR TALES

THE TRANSIT COLLECTION BY ZR TALES

ZR Tales presents it’s collection titled “The Transit“. It was inspired by the transition that takes place between the negative and the finished image of a photograph. The prettiest smile will first look dark and cold in negative..
















Photo Credit
Model: Chisom Edeh
Photographer: Tobbinator
Make-up: Chishom Edeh
Styled and designed by: ZR
PRE-SPRING 2017 COLLECTION "WOMEN" BY NIGERIAN DESIGNER AISHA

PRE-SPRING 2017 COLLECTION "WOMEN" BY NIGERIAN DESIGNER AISHA

Creative Director of Nigeria’s Woman brand, Aisha Abioye presents its debut Pre-Spring 2017 Collection dubbed ‘Woman’.
“I drew my inspiration from the lives of women, the beauty, the imperfection, the desire to grow, the strength through struggles, how time helps us evolve through our experiences and how these experiences gradually lights the pathway to finding ourselves.” Creative Director Aisha.


















Credit
Designer: Aisha Abioye @womanbyaisha
Stylist: The Style Infidel @thestyleinfidel
Head of Projects: Samuel Noon
Photography: Laah Photography
Hair: Hair by Sleame
Model: Uju Nwobodoh
Makeup: Beauty by Bellamere

Friday, 26 August 2016

BEAUTY TIPS: MAKEUP BRUSHES YOU NEED AND EXACTLY HOW TO USE THEM

BEAUTY TIPS: MAKEUP BRUSHES YOU NEED AND EXACTLY HOW TO USE THEM

1. Foundation Brush: Use it to smooth liquid or cream foundation for streak-free application.

Alternate use: Pat on under-eye concealer.


2. Beauty Blender: Use the sponge's broad sides to smooth out product on your face. Use the tip to reach creases around the nose and to pinpoint small areas.

Alternate uses: Apply cream blush, blend out harsh makeup lines, and remove excess product.


3. Kabuki Brush:
This big brush is perfect for softly applying bronzers and powders, and for evenly distributing product across your face or body.

Alternate use: Buff out harsh lines by swirling the brush around your face.



4. Powder Brush: The long, fluffy bristles evenly diffuse loose powders.

Alternate use: Sweep blush from the apples of your cheeks along your cheekbones.


5. Angled Blush Brush: The slanted bristles make it easier to apply products perfectly to your cheekbones.

Alternate use: Apply contour powder (two shades darker than your skin tone) below your cheekbones to emphasize your natural contours.

6. Concealer Brush: Use a small, synthetic brush to pinpoint specific areas that need extra coverage.

Alternate use: Clean up messy lipstick edges.

7. All-Over Eye Shadow Brush: Use an eye shadow brush to evenly apply powder and cream shadows.

Alternate use: Dab on shadow under the lower lash line for a smokier eye.


8. Blending Brush: The fluffy bristles diffuse eye shadow in the crease of your eye.

Alternate use: Blend highlighter on your cheekbones, brow bones, and cupid's bow.


9. Smudger Brush: Use this to soften eyeliner for a smoky, sultry look.

Alternate use: Target areas around the eye, such as the inner and outer corners and the brow bone, when applying intense pigment.


10. Angled Eyeliner Brush:
This brush easily lines lashes with cream or gel liner or shadow.

Alternate use: Fill in and define sparse brows with brow powder.


11. Lash/Brow Comb/Brush:
Use this duo to comb, tame, and de-clump your lashes and brows.

Alternate use: Smudge eyeliner gently with the brush bristles.


12. Fan Brush:
Use this to clean up fallen product or gently apply powders.

Alternate uses: Dip the ends in mascara and paint your lashes for a no-makeup look, hide eyelash glue with gel liner, and de-clump eyelashes.

Article first posted on cosmopolitan.com

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