Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’

CAT EYE STYLIZED

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

I hope by now that you’ve all mastered the cat eye! If not, review our Get Catty video tutorial and our Easy Winged Liner tutorial. Today I’m showing you how you can step it up with a little flair by lining your liner in a way that crosses from the top lashline to the bottom lashline. Here’s the breakdown:

TOOLS:

STEPS:

  1. Line the top lashline from the inner corner to the outer corner then wing it up and out.
  2. Line the bottom lashline from the outer corner towards the inner corner but stop about 3/4′s of the way.
  3. Switch to the colored liner and line the outer half of the top line as demonstrated above.
  4. Line the blank inner corner of the bottom lashline with the colored liner as well.

You can do any color combination that you are in the mood to do! If you try it, please tag us on Instagram so we can marvel at your work!

THE FLUTTER LASH

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

This Fall, why not step it up a little with a pair of Wispies? They’re one of the flirtiest of all the faux lash strips out there and make batting your lashes even more powerful! I’ve paired it with an Autumn eye of soft taupe and eggplant shadows. Here’s how:

TOOLS:

STEPS:

  1. Start by sweeping the Gilded shadow all over the lid.
  2. Next sweep the Custom shade back and forth in the crease and outer corner.
  3. Continue with the Custom shade along the bottom lashline.
  4. Go back and apply the Sangria shade all over the lid by “stamping” it multiple times as you work your way across.
  5. Trace the gel liner along the upper lashline from the inner corner to the outer corner.
  6. Line the bottom lashline as well.
  7. Coat your lashes with mascara.
  8. Apply the lash glue along the base of the lash strip. Wait two minutes for it to get tacky.
  9. Because you waited two minutes, you can literally “pop” them onto the lashline and they won’t slide. For more tips for lash strips, revisit my tutorial here.

 

COCKTAIL HOUR (FLAT IRON WAVES)

Today’s post is short and sweet. A couple days ago I posted this photo of this on my instagram page and I realized a lot of people probably don’t know which products to layer when trying to get {FLAT IRON WAVES}. I wanted to share my two favorite combinations with you guys– one for fine/thin hair and the other for thick hair. The details for the product combos I use are linked below!

Each of these combinations create the separation and hold you’ll need for flat iron waves.

  1. Prep the hair with your thickening or volumizing mousse before blowdrying.
  2. Follow our FLAT IRON WAVES tutorial.
  3. Add in pomade or apres surf after you’ve done the flat iron waves.

LINE AND DEFINE: A QUICK STUDY

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

By now you know that I love a good comparison study! Because when we see something side-by-side, it’s much easier to see what each technique really does. Does rimming the entire eye make it more piercing or make the eye look smaller? Is it more dramatic when it’s smudged? Is it worth it to rim the waterline? Let’s walk through each “ring”:  (more…)