Posts Tagged ‘make’

CAT EYE BUMP UP

POST + PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

Super excited because today I’m starting a new makeup series of all the different ways to bump up your day makeup for nighttime! So let’s kick it off with the cat eye! Of course, you’re more than welcome to not change a thing about your cat eye when you leave work or school and meet friends or a date out on the town (in that case, you just go back over it with the liquid liner in case it’s faded a little). Or you can thicken it up a little and change the wing shape for extra drama. Here’s how:  (more…)

KEEP YOUR FACE ON!

Post + Photography by Amy Nadine, Graphic Design by Eunice Chun

This two-product wonder is critical if you want your makeup to last when the temperature rises. If you’ve surrendered to the idea that your foundation can only last a couple of hours this summer, I promise you, you’re mistaken! You just need the right primer before you apply it then you have to lock it in with a setting spray. Here’s how:  (more…)

DEFINITION WITHOUT LIMITATION


Post + Photography by Amy Nadine, Graphic Design by Eunice Chun

Okay, here’s the deal. Lining only your upper lashline “pulls” it up, creating the illusion that your eyes are more open and awake (but a little unbalanced). Lining both the top and bottom fully frames your eyes and makes them look more piercing and balanced but closes them up a little, making them look smaller and less open/awake. Unless you try this simple technique: draw your upper liner thicker than you draw the lower liner! At first glance, it will look like your eyes are fully framed and balanced, but the thicker line on top will open and “pull” the upper lid up while the thin bottom line will define without closing. Yes!  (more…)

GATHER ‘ROUND LADIES

photo: patrick cline for Lonny Magazine post designed by: kristin ess

What’s a girl to do with a banged up table? Here’s my new favorite answer. We saw this gorgeous vanity by famed interior designer Ryan Korban and it made us swoon!

Thankfully, we’ve figured out a DIY version! There are two different options:

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