7/02/2017

EOTD: Taupe Eyes & White Eyeliner (nachgeschminkt)

Since I had to skip my participation in June, I recreated July's template for the Der blasse Schimmer "Nachgeschminkt"-Series. It's an easy look where the white eyeliner is the star of the show. We are using Emma Cervin Taupe Eyes & Lips with White Eyeliner makeup look as an inspiration. I don't own a white kajal/liquid lipstick or eyeliner and honestly did not want to buy one for this post, so I used my theater makeup which is more a cream for the face and not as intense as I wished it would be. But nevertheless, it fulfilled its purpose for this look which I do enjoy.



Eyes:

1. Primer: Too Faced Shadow Insurance
2. Transition color: Too Faced á la mode Sexy St. Tropez eye shadow collection in Jardin
3. Whole lid: Anastasia Beverly Hills Artist Palette in Dusty Rose
4. Inner corner: Anastasia Beverly Hills Eyeshadow in Macaroon
5. Eyeliner: Jofrika Cosmetics Theater make-up in White
6. Water line: UD 24/7 Waterline Eye Pencil in Walk of Shame
7. False lashes: Huda Beauty Lashes in Noelle #14
8. Mascara: By Terry Mascara Terrybly in 1. Black Parti-Pris



Face:
1. Foundation: Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation in #5.25 mixed with Make Up For Ever Mat Velvet+ in #25
2. Concealer: Maybelline FITme! Concealer in #25
3. Under Eye Concealer: Garnier Roll-on Anti-dark circles
4. Contouring & Bronzer: Smashbox Step-By-Step Contour Stick
5. To intensivy the contour: Maybelline Facestudio Blush in #90 Coral Fever
6. Highlighting: Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Prismatic Amethyst mixed with Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit That Glow in Bubbly & Dripping in Gold
7. Baking: RCMA No color powder
8. Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate*



Lips:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid lipstick in Veronica

*Made in China







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5/07/2017

EOTD: Smudged Lashline & brown lips (Nachgeschminkt)

For May we are using the template of easyNeon’s Smudged Lashline & Brown Lips tutorial for the Der blasse Schimmer "Nachgeschminkt"-Series. In my opinion it’s an easy and most of all quick look, perfect for make-up beginners. AND. I failed at it. Completely. Since I am not a huge fan of matte eyeshadow, I don’t own one, that’s why it was hard for me to find similar colors that are not too metallic or shimmery. Even if it doesn’t come near to the original look I am at least liking the overall result and it is something I would recreate in Summer because then I am focusing more on my lips instead of my eyes since they are covered behind sunglasses anyway.






Eyes:

1. Whole Lid: Buttery (ABH Artist Palette)
2. Lash line: Darkhorse (UD Naked Palette) and Garden Rose GR-13 (rms beauty); Too Faced 3. Way Eyeliner
3. Water line: UD 24/7 Waterline Eye Pencil in Walk of Shame
4. Lower lash line: Garden Rose and Darkhorse
5. False lashes: Huda Beauty Lashes in Lana #10
6. Mascara: M2 Beauté 3 Looks Black Nano Mascara

Face:
1. Foundation: Lancôme Teint Miracle Bare Skin Foundation Natural Light Creator #010
2. Concealer: UD Naked Skin Concealer in #Med-Light Neutral
3. Under Eye Concealer: it cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Full Coverage Anti-Aging Waterproof Concealer in Medium*
4. Contouring: Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Cream Kit (light) in Havana*
5. Bronzer: Lancaster Infinite Bronze Face Bronzer in #002
6. Highlighting: Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Scintillant Embellisseur in Opal and Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Champagne Pop
7. Baking: RCMA No color powder
8. Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Chocolate*

Lips:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid lipstick in Veronica mixed with Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Posh Spice

*Made in China





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3/24/2017

February Favorites

Better late than never I sat down and summed up my February Favorites which mostly feature skincare this time. Some products were items I received in my advent calendar from Niche Beauty along with Christmas presents. Trying new products you would not get your hands on because you are not familiar with the brand, can’t find reviews of the item or just because you don’t have the time to combed through a website is the number one reason for me (besides the fact that I like to spoil myself) to buy such calendars or beauty boxes - remember those times, when Glossybox was still fabulous and not a monthly summary of products you get at the Drugstore? Yeah, I kinda miss it too!


Michael van Clarke - The No. 1 brush
Who would have thought that one of my favorites will include a hair item one day? Me neither, but it’s happening! I’ve skipped applying any hair conditioner for years so my hair thanks me with being tangled and hard to brush through, so when the TangleTeezer arrived on the beauty market, it became my savior. Nevertheless, due to the fact that I carry enough makeup related stuff with me when I am traveling, I wanna save space and don’t wanna bring two brushes with me. I know now why it is called ‘the No. 1 brush’ because it is just fabulous - it detangles and styles your hair, no matter if they are wet or dry (other than the TangleTeezer). The product is handmade and available in three sizes - small (which I own), medium and large. The pins are made from Japanese nylon and super flexible.

Oskia London - Renaissance Hand Cream
A beauty item that I always carry around is a rich hand cream because my hands used to get dry during the day, also because I wash my hands a thousand times in 24 hours (hello Monk!). This one is from Oskia, a brand I’ve never heard from before, smells like rose and chamomile and contains e.g. Shea butter, pomegranate extract to soothe and reduces inflammation. It also softens and nourishes, minimizes the appearance of age spots and dryness. It is made for dry and mature skin and perfect for cold winters plus it’s not sticky. At first I was surprised on how thin the texture is. This one is sitting on my bedside table and it provides my skin all night long.

Elizabeth Arden New York - Eight Hour Cream Intensive Lip Repair Balm
I am not only blessed with dry hands, but with dry lips as well - and no, I drink enough water during the day, around four or five liters sound enough for me. This lip cream is designed to strengthen the moisture barrier and to make your lips look healthy again. It is recommended to use it before going to sleep or when needed, but I use it only at night time because Vaseline doesn’t hydrate my lips that long. The repair lip cream from Elizabeth Arden does and I don’t need much of it plus it is not sticky at all. I know that the little container isn’t everyone’s cup of tea but since I use it at home, my ‘fear' of an unsterile jar isn’t that big.

Marc Jacobs - Decadence Sensual Shower Gel
First things first: This shower gel is the most expensive item in my favorites category this time and honestly, I didn’t want to purchase this by myself because even I have a price limit when it comes to makeup or skincare (believe it or not). So last Christmas, where I also received the Marc Jacobs perfume in Decadence, was a great occasion to make ‚insolent’ wishes. When it comes to shower gels/creams that are highly perfumed I always fear that they will dry out my skin, which is not the case here. The gel has a strong scent (in a positive way) which fades a little when applied to your skin, but still lasts for hours. I would recommend using a neutral body milk/lotion afterwards so that you or the individuals around you are not overwhelmed by the scent.

Becca x Jaclyn Hill - Shimmering Skin Perfector Mineral Blush Champagne Splits
I own one of four Champagne Splits, mine is the color Prosecco Pop/Pamplemousse. The idea of it is that you get one highlighter and one blush, something that I don’t use because of facial erythrosis, but nevertheless, I sometimes use it as an eyeshadow or in summer as blush if I am (fake-)tanned and wanna achieve a sunburned look.
Pamplemousse is a coral pink and sort of matte, but still has a little shimmer to it. Prosecco Pop can be described as a medium warm gold, while Champagne Pop has a pink undertone in it and is more of a white gold. With the Splits you get 7.95 g of product. Unfortunately this is a limited edition but you can still get them at some Sephoras or online at Cult Beauty for example.


Pamplemousse | Prosecco Pop

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