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Easy Holiday Makeup Tutorial

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Hi angels! Today I want to show you how to do a very very simple but festive makeup look, which you can do for the upcoming holidays - Christmas or New Year. For this makeup I used beautiful purple duochrome eye shadows, but you are free to choose any other color, that will compliment your eyes.

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1. Start with a primer, this step is very important if you want your eye shadows to be bright. After you primed your eyes put some white pearl or silver eye shadow on the inner half of your eye lid.

2. On the other half of your eye lid put a bright purple or violet eye shadows.

3. Then apply a black pencil on the outer corner of your eye. This will make our look more deep and the black eye shadow more intense.

4. Blend the eye pencil with a bit of black eye shadow on the brush. If you want your look to be even more smoky, you can blend the edges of the black shadows with a grey color.

5. Line your eyes with the liquid or gel eyeliner, add some bright golden or yellow eye shadows on the eye corner.

6. Finish up with your favorite mascara or falsies and don`t forget to line your waterline. And your bright holiday makeup is done :)

Happy holidays girls, I wish you all to have a great time with your family and friends! I`ll talk to you soon again, don`t forget to follow my blog on social media platforms, all the links you can find below !

Lots of love,
Liz
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Easy Nose Contouring | Step by Step Tutorial

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I was never a fan of nose contouring, maybe because I never could reach a beautiful subtle result. My nose was always looking like it was dirty or something, but not like it was professionally contoured. and highlighted. However recently I've invented a very easy and fun way to contour my nose and I was so excited to share it with you. Basically, you can use this method to highlight and contour any part of your face, the only thing you will need is to take some time and prepare the best stencil that will fit to the shape of your face.

Rainbow Eyeliner Tutorial

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Hi angels! I feel like I haven`t been posting tutorials on my blog for ages! I missed them so much, and today I want to share with you super easy but very unusual makeup look. I saw many interpretations of Raibow Eyeliner makeup across the internet and always wanted to recreate it. I hope you will like it girls, let`s start ;)

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1. Firstly prime your eyes and draw with a white eye pencil a desirable shape of your future rainbow eyeliner. White pencil will make the colors brighter and will help them to last longer;

2. The first color I used was yellow, but you can choose any you want. Use a synthetic eyeliner brush for easy application and dab it on the pencil;

3. My next color is red, and I put a little bit of orange eye shadow between the red and yellow, to make the transition smoother;

4. Then goes the green eye shadow;

5. And the final color is blue. After I applied all the coluros I used concealer to clean up the edge of the wing;

6.  The last step is to curl the lashes and add some false lashes (optional). And your rainbow eyeliner is done :)

Please let me know if you liked my Rainbow Eyeliner Tutorial and if you have some interesting ideas or suggestions feel free to leave them for me in the comment section. I`ll talk to you soon!

Lots of love,
Liz
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Buff`d Mineral Cosmetics | Review & Swatches

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Buff`d Mineral Cosmetics / Review & Swatches liz breyegl janaury girl makeup blogger

I always loved mineral cosmetics and most of the famous makeup artists say that it looks better on the skin and it is more easy to work with it. So when these samples of the Buff`d Mineral Cosmetics* have arrived I was super excited to test them out. And I need to admit that I`m impressed with the quality of Buff`d makeup. 

In my package I received 7 little plastic bags with 4 different products - 2 eye shadows, 2 blushes, 2 powder foundations and illuminating dust. Here are the names and the links to each of the product: 

Gracious Satin Pearl Eye Shadow
Mousy Satin Pearl Eye Shadow
Chilled Pearl Blush
Haunt Velvet Matte Blush
Candlelight Illuminating Dust
Medium Light Mineral Foundation  in Neutral, Light Formulation
Medium Light Mineral Foundation in Beige, Original Formulation

Foundation

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The left swatch is the foundation in Neutral Light Shade and Light formulation, for those who prefer a light coverage and great oil absorption. The texture of this foundation is very light and the colour perfectly suits my complexion - it has no dominant yellow or pink undertones. There is enough product in the sample pack to wear this foundation once or even twice.

The right swatch is the Buff`d Foundation in Beige Shade and Original formulation. I found the texture a bit more stout, than in the light formulation. The shade is described as peachy beige with the slightest yellow undertones. 

Blush

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I loved this blushes so much! Their colors are perfect for the late autumn and winter time. The left swatch is Chilled blush with satin pearl finish. The color is described as cool pink - like your cheeks when you come out at the cold weather. It is very pretty and looks natural, so it will fit any skin color.

The right swatch is blush called Haunt and it has a matte velvet finish. The color is described as dusty plum pink, but I think it has a slightly terracotta shade in it. I need to confess that I`m very tempted to try both blushes as eye shadows as well :)

Eyeshadows

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Both Buff`d eye shadows that I received have satin pearl finish and it is very easy to work with them. But I would recommend to use a good eye shadow primer to make them look even more pigmented and long - lasting. Gracious is a pretty pastel lavender shade with a very soft shimmer, and the mousy is cool medium brown with silver and golden shimmer. This shade reminds me of the Christmas and I even don`t know why! 

Illuminating Dust

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And the last, but definitely not least product we are going to talk about is the Buff`d Illuminating dust in color Candlelight. The texture of this illuminator is the same as an eye shadow, but the it looks more sheer on the skin and gives a beautiful radiant glow. 

I need to say that I`m very impressed with the Buff'd Cosmetics' color ranges - you can literary find any possible color of eye shadow you need and any possible foundation shade. But the biggest advantage of Buff'd Cosmetics are ingredients  that they to create their makeup products. Buff'd Mineral Cosmetics are made with the natural minerals and pigments, oils and waxes, which are all free from toxins and hypoallergenic to your skin. Also all of their products have been formulated without being tested on animals.

Do you like to use mineral cosmetics? 
Lots of love,
Liz
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DIY Homemade Avocado Face Mask

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Hi everyone! Today I`m going to share with you a recipe of my favorite homemade mask of avocado. This mask is so easy to do and it suits all the skin types and conditions, unless you have an allergy on the ingredients. Avocado mask is especially good to deal with dryness and skin irritations, but you can use it simply for nourishment and hydration. 

The best is to use ripe and fresh avocado, we will need just a small amount of it, about 1/4 of the fruit. Mash it into the bowl with a fork, till it become creamy consistency. And you can already apply it on your face and neck area for about 10 minutes.Then wash it off with a warm water. If you want you can add extra ingredients in your mask, depending what result you want to reach:

For a very dry skin:

2 tb. spoons of mashed avocado
1 tb. spoon of honey
1 tea spoon of olive oil
Leave it for 15 minutes

For oily skin:

2 tb. spoons of mashed avocado
1 tb. spoon of natural clay 
Leave it for 15 minutes

For acne prone skin:

2 tb. spoons of mashed avocado
1 tb. spoon of honey
1/2 tea spoon of cinnamon
Leave it for 20 minutes

These was few easy and fast homemade avocado masks, which I`m sure, you can use on any dry area of you body, not just face :) Avocado is full of natural oils, antioxidants and is perfect for healing irritated and dry peeling skin. I always use this mask when I feel that my skin needs some hydration. And the huge benefit is that I know what products I use to make it - all natural and fresh! I hope these little recipes were useful for you girls, check out my homemade diy remedies, they will make your skin feel and look better and wish you all a nice day!

Lots of love,
Liz
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