Grandma’s Gaingreen makeup tutorial feat My Pretty Zombie, LunatiCK Labs and Makeup Geek

Hi guys,

Today’s tutorial is for a really colourful blue and green based makeup look, using some indies and Makeup Geek (which does not quite qualify as indie, if you ask me ;)).

In my October favourites video I mentioned how much I am loving my Zombie Defense palette from Lunatick Labs, and the shade Gain Green, more specifically. It is just the most gorgeous green ever!!! I combined with a My Pretty Zombie shade, which I had not used in a while: Grandma Cleavage. Then one thing let to another, and I pulled out the Electric gel liner from Makeup Geek – a fabulous royal blue awesomeness that deserves more love :P!

You can see how the look turned out here:

I hope you enjoyed it!


Sammi-Sue’s Dandelion makeup tutorial feat Darling Girl and Notoriously Morbid

Hello everyone!

Did you already get tired of tutorials?! 😛 I sure hope not, because I am having too much making them and for now I’ll keep’em coming. There will of course be other videos in the meantime (feel free to leave suggestions!!!).

Yellow and purple is probably one of my all time favourite combinations, but surprisingly it has never appeared on my blog before…How bizarre???!?!? (Or it has and I don’t remember it anymore oeps! The woman doesn’t even know her own blog lol). Again, most of the eyeshadows used were indie – as usual Darling Girl and one shadow from Notoriously Morbid. DG has been present in every tutorial so far, but that should not come as a shock to any of you, given that I have proclaimed my eternal love for this small company on several occasions, both here and on the youtubez ;).

Enough blabla here, you are most welcome btw! The link to me blabla-ing live:

See you soon!!!

Angel’s Twinkie makeup tutorial feat Darling Girl, Concrete Minerals and Luntaick Labs

Hi everyone!

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!