It rarely happens to me that I use the same eyeshadow for two days in a row, but Arsenic by Concrete Minerals is so addictive that I just want to pull it out all the time now!!! I will tell you a bit more about it and all in my Black Friday haul video, which will be recorded as soon as I receive my Notoriously Morbid order too (the last one still to come).
Long story short though, I wanted to share Arsenic with you all, so here is a tutorial for a really simple smokey eye look using this eyeshadow 🙂 =>
Thanks so much for watching and subscribing, if you have!
I have a 2-in-1 deal to offer you today: a makeup tutorial combined with a tag :). A few weeks ago, I was tagged by the talented Tanya from Black Lace Red Lipstick to do the makeup addict tag. Generally, I am not big on tags (as you may have noticed already, given the lack thereof on my blog,) but every now and then I think they are fun to do. I didn’t feel like doing only the tag, so I decided to just answer the questions from the tag while doing my makeup for a tutorial. It did turn out a tad longer than my other tutorials, but not too bad and hopefully you will enjoy both!
As far as the makeup look goes, it is one of my favourite combos: purple and green. I used Notoriously Morbid, Concrete Minerals and Darling Girl shadows for it and really liked the result. On the day I first wore this look the weather was a real bitch and I only took some crappy phone photos, which you may have seen if you follow me on IG, but then and there decided to definitely record a tutorial based on it. And so I did! The weather was still gloomy and murky, hence the lighting is not the best, but that’s just something I will need to accept during the winter…since I rely heavily on natural daylight.
Here is a link:
Thanks to all of you who have subscribed!!! You are awesome!!!
Here’s a tutorial for a look that’s not very typical for me – meaning splashing loads of different bright colours on your eyeball areas. Perhaps those of you who prefer more neutral-leaning looks would find this more interesting than some of my other tutorials :).
I used a couple of different indie brands, as is the usual practice around here nowadays. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel, and thank you if you already have!
You can see the tutorial here:
Let me know how you liked it, and what kind of videos you’d like to see in the future!