Posts Tagged ‘shadow’

SMOKY EYE WITH ONLY LINER

post + photography by amy nadine; graphic design by eunice chun

This isn’t just a lifesaver in an emergency, creamy chunky liners actually give a smoky eye a whole new look, texture and finish that you can’t get with shadow. I don’t recommend painting your entire lid with a liner; it’s way too much product layering and will end up creasing and streaking. So try this method instead! I’ve done it on photo shoots, the red carpet and on myself and it will not crease.  (more…)

OH SO SIMPLE

POST + PHOTOS BY AMY NADINE; GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

You love the way black liquid liner, winged out, elongates and changes the shape of your eye. Here’s a way that you can keep the shape, but quickly soften it for daytime or a more delicate look. (more…)

ROMANTIC DATE MAKEUP

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

Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion for adding a little twinkle to your eyes, especially paired with a bright lip that’s actually kissable. Here’s how: (more…)

EYESHADOW FOCUS: SURFACE AREA

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

It’s funny, when I work on the majority of my clients, I extend a wash of color from all over the lid out to the end of the brow and up to include the crease. But when I do my own makeup, I only shade in the lid. Is it a preference thing or a case-by-case basis? Does it depend on the time of day or the outfit or mood? Yes to all! Still, I wanted to do a side-by-side experiment with the same eye and the same single shadow color to draw a personal conclusion and open it up to our TBD readers for your opinion. Please take a second to vote and share any comments below!

 


For inquiring minds, the eye shadow I used above is Buxom Stay There Eyeshadow in Pug!