Eye Candy

Although I’m addicted to all beauty items, I’ve always been a little hesitant about creating looks with eyeshadows. I’m not really artistically inclined so I never knew how to really match colors together. Lately though I’ve been addicted to eyeshadow videos on youtube. So many gifted artist out there (two being makeupbyrenren and makeupmakesmehappy). These youtubes and many others explain in detail how to use eye shadows, and I must say now I’m hooked to the stuff. I also picked up this really cute book called Eye Candy by make-up artist extraordinaire Linda Mason .

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If you’re a novice eye shadow user this book is great for explaining what brushes you need, what techniques to use to make your eyes appear a certain shape, and it also shows 55 fun looks (most of them you could never wear at the office but hey who cares?) and explains in detail how they can be created. For the last few months, I’ve been addicted to the videos, and this book, and my eyeshadow game has definitely improved big time. They have this fantastic Cleopatra look that I'll be using for Halloween!

Anyway you know DE’s not greedy so send an e-mail to BeautyLogicBlog with the subject “DE, I want to be an Eyeshadow expert like you.” to win a chance to win Linda Mason’s Eye Candy. Winner gets announced Thursday October 30, 2008

What will you be for Halloween this year?

Are you a shadow expert?

Hugs,

DE

4 comments:

MakeupByRenRen said...

aww thanks for the shout out! im telling yah, it just takes practice! for halloween i dont think i'm dressing up this year...me and boyfriend are just going to carve a pumpkin and i cooked pumpkin pie yesterday he he

Mets GirLL said...

I want to be something non-hoochie-ish for Halloween, but finding it difficult to find something. I need to think QUICK

Calming Corners said...

Not big on shadow for myself, prob because I never learned how to apply it properly. I do like it though.

xo,
CC

Roselyn said...

aww you gave me a shout! *blush*
Girl just practice and practice, most eyeshadow blending skills you can't even pick up taking a makeup course. 90 percent of it will be learning through your own trial and error. So break out the brushes and start experimenting! As Fran├žois Nars said, "Dont be afraid, it's only makeup."

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