Neon Navy Makeup Tutorial

Hi Guys & Dolls!

I have something to confess- I freaking love chartreuse. Call it neon lime, yellow-green, lemon-lime, call it limeade, just don’t call it late for dinner. I even love the name –Chartreuse– it sounds so exotic and enticing, amiright? That magical color somewhere between yellow and green makes me happy in the way yellow does, but the cooler tone compliments my hair and makes my eye color pop. But it’s not all about me- this color is just so versatile…worn alone it’s a statement unto itself, but it also pairs well with Hot Pink, Blue, Purple, even Orange if you’re so bold. If you’ve never tried it before, you need to get on it!

I’ve done a lot of tutorials with chartreuse over the years, and I’m always drawn to makeup of this color. When I was at Sephora the other day I was browsing the Make Up For Ever counter and I noticed they had new twist up waterproof shadow sticks. While my immediate thought was “Huh, just like the old MAC shade sticks!” the iridescent Chartreuse called to me “Take me home, I’ll be good to you”. And so I took her home with a plan to pair her with the Navy from the Lorac Pro 2 palette, some Sugarpill lashes I’d simply been dying to use, and the rest was makeup magic.

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Romantic Cut Crease With Glitter!!

Hi Guys & Dolls!

Remember WAY back in January when I came back from IMATS with new Lit Cosmetics Glitters?! Well today I’m finally using one of my favorites, Pretty In Pink (Metallic Size 2). “PIP” as I’m calling it, is a beautiful “ballet slipper” meets “champagne” pink with a lovely metallic glow. This is a ladylike glitter. You do not “Holla” at this glitter; You woo her.

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Exotic Green Using Drugstore Makeup

Hey Everyone!

Here’s the bright smoky green I was wearing in my latest fashion video and E.L.F./Cherry Culture show and tell video. Many of you asked for a tutorial, and I wanted to do one anyway, Exotic Green is one of my new fave shadows.  Nearly everything I used is drugstore, or at drugstore comparable prices!

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