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showmemakeup:

How to fix a broken eyeshadow!!

I have a more in-depth tutorial on this process on my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/smiles2310

*Break up the remaining powder eyeshadow
*Pour in some IPA (alcohol 99%) and mix to a paste
*Cover with some fabric or tissue, and press down on the eyeshadow pan using something of a similar size; this will soak up any surplus IPA and leave a nice print on top of the eyeshadow
*Leave for a couple of hours to dry out!

— 3 days ago with 880 notes

showmemakeup:

Want to rock the Feline Cat-Eye Eyeliner look???
Then check out my tutorial on how to do so… 
All the products used are listed in the description bar. 

Please subscribe if you haven’t already done so; www.youtube.com/smiles2310

— 3 days ago with 1001 notes
showmemakeup:

​I depotted all of my favourite lipsticks today. 
I had two of these palettes already made-up from a while back, but I bought two new empty palettes yesterday. 

I’ve collected so many great lipsticks over the past year that I simply can’t carry them all around in my kit, so it’s ideal for me to crush them into these palettes as a space saver. 

Today I created a bright palette & one that contains deeper shades. 
If you’re starting out with new palettes & a ton of difference lipsticks, I would advise putting all them in a colour order as best as possible. 
I have so many shades of Red, and ideally I would of liked to of put them in one palette in a range of dark to light shades, but I created my palettes at different times so I wasn’t able to do this. 
But you would find it beneficial in picking out the shade you want if they are all together in a colour order. 
You can get these palettes from a variety of makeup brands. And also rather cheaply on eBay for an unbranded version from China! 

Enjoy depotting your Lippy ladies! 💄💋

Such a great idea!!!!

showmemakeup:

​I depotted all of my favourite lipsticks today.
I had two of these palettes already made-up from a while back, but I bought two new empty palettes yesterday.

I’ve collected so many great lipsticks over the past year that I simply can’t carry them all around in my kit, so it’s ideal for me to crush them into these palettes as a space saver.

Today I created a bright palette & one that contains deeper shades.
If you’re starting out with new palettes & a ton of difference lipsticks, I would advise putting all them in a colour order as best as possible.
I have so many shades of Red, and ideally I would of liked to of put them in one palette in a range of dark to light shades, but I created my palettes at different times so I wasn’t able to do this.
But you would find it beneficial in picking out the shade you want if they are all together in a colour order.

You can get these palettes from a variety of makeup brands. And also rather cheaply on eBay for an unbranded version from China!

Enjoy depotting your Lippy ladies! 💄💋

Such a great idea!!!!

— 3 days ago with 362 notes

showmemakeup:

For those of you who like to wear light makeup for summer, then this tutorial might of interest to you!
I show you that you can highlight and contour with the sheerest of products and still look uber natural.
Subscribe to my channel for a wide range of tutorials; www.youtube.com/smiles2310

— 3 days ago with 148 notes
showmemakeup:

After looking on YouTube, I noticed the lack of tutorials on how to cover hyperpigmentation. So, I decided to film one.
My Aunt has suffered with it really bad since she fell pregnant, and struggles to cover it up with high-street makeup products. 
Granted camouflage makeup isn’t as cheap as drugstore concealers, but it’s well worth the purchase if you do suffer with pigmentation, especially on the face. 
Using camouflage makeup will give you the confidence to go out in public without the fear of people staring at you. 

This is a ‘before & after’ of my Aunt after filming the tutorial. It’ll be live on my channel next week - www.youtube.com/smiles2310

The key product I used here was Dermacolour foundation (used in the same way as a concealer) 
This product will cover everything from pigmentation to tattoos. 
It needn’t be heavy as you can also purchase Derma Fluid which sheers the product down - meaning it won’t compromise the pigment of the makeup but instead it’ll become thinner, feeling less heavy when applied on the skin.
Used alone, it does need a little warming up first; I do this by applying it to the back of my hand & then on the skin pigmentation.

showmemakeup:

After looking on YouTube, I noticed the lack of tutorials on how to cover hyperpigmentation. So, I decided to film one.
My Aunt has suffered with it really bad since she fell pregnant, and struggles to cover it up with high-street makeup products.
Granted camouflage makeup isn’t as cheap as drugstore concealers, but it’s well worth the purchase if you do suffer with pigmentation, especially on the face.
Using camouflage makeup will give you the confidence to go out in public without the fear of people staring at you.

This is a ‘before & after’ of my Aunt after filming the tutorial. It’ll be live on my channel next week - www.youtube.com/smiles2310

The key product I used here was Dermacolour foundation (used in the same way as a concealer)
This product will cover everything from pigmentation to tattoos.
It needn’t be heavy as you can also purchase Derma Fluid which sheers the product down - meaning it won’t compromise the pigment of the makeup but instead it’ll become thinner, feeling less heavy when applied on the skin.
Used alone, it does need a little warming up first; I do this by applying it to the back of my hand & then on the skin pigmentation.

— 3 days ago with 443 notes

leonkumquat:

when my dad was in college he had a friend who told a girl he’d take her on a date unlike any other she’d ever been on and so he took her to the supermarket to watch the lobsters fighting in the lobster tank

they’re married now

(via carkeays)

— 3 days ago with 194692 notes