Loose-Powder

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This look is based off of another look I created and posted to Instagram. I’ve been so in love with Too Faced’s Peach Palette and Kat Von D’s Alchemist Palette!
Details:
FACE: Too Faced born this way foundation in light beige and concealer in light | Bobbi Brown under-eye color correcting serum
CONTOUR: Too Faced chocolate soleil in medium HIGHLIGHT: Jouer Cosmetics highlighter in Rose Quartz ✨
EYES: Too Faced peach palette and better than sex mascara
BROWS: Anastasia Beverly Hills dip brow in chocolate LIPS: Kat Von D Lolita lippie and alchemist palette emerald green ⚗️
BRUSHES: Morphe Brushes vegan set
SETTING POWDER: Laura Mercier translucent loose powder
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anonymous asked:

shiinotic and trainer!! :3

Sure thing!! :D

* Shiinotics love to be babied by their trainers. Despite their looks they actually don’t weigh that much, so they’re easy to carry around when they want to be picked up.

* The lights they emit are pretty dim so they make for excellent nightlights. Trainers and kids who are scared of the dark find their lights soothing.

* If you are having a hard time falling asleep, Shiinotics are able to help. They can let loose a sleep powder than can have you asleep in minutes.

* A lot of people find it’s gaze a little unsettling and when they tell their trainers this in front of them, the Shiitonic will start making sad noises. they’ll hide their faces into their trainer’s leg while the trainer scolds the other person on what they said.

How to Use Setting Powder

One of the most common mistakes people make when it comes to setting their face  is quickly dusting powder over their skin and calling it a day, whilst this is quick and easy it really isn’t the most effective way to use a setting powder and set your makeup in place. Not only can it disturb the foundation underneath, but it can also give you an uneven, dry and cakey finish to your makeup.

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Best Drugstore/Affordable Makeup

I made a post about high end makeup yesterday, so here’s the affordable version!

*These are just my opinions based on what I like to use!*

PRIMER:
Maybelline Baby Skin (dupe of benefit porefessional)
L'Oréal Magic Perfecting Base

FOUNDATION:
Maybelline Fit Me Matte and Poreless (good for oily skin)
L'Oréal Pro Glow (more suited for people with drier skin types)

CONCEALER:
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealer
LA Girl Pro concealer

SETTING POWDER:
Coty Airspun loose face powder (translucent)


BLUSH:
Milani Rose Powder Blush
NYX High Definition Blush

CONTOUR:
NYX Powder Blush in the shade Taupe (for pale girls)
Elf contour palette
Black radiance true complexion contour palette (I haven’t tried it, but apparently it’s great for darker skin!)

HIGHLIGHT:
Elf baked highlighter
NYX liquid illuminator

SETTING SPRAY:
NYX Matte Finish
L'Oréal Infallible setting spray

EYESHADOW PRIMER:
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealer

EYESHADOW:
BH cosmetics Carli Bybel palette (this has great highlight shades too!)
NYX palettes
Elf palettes
Makeup revolution

EYELINER:
L'Oréal Infallible 24 hr Lacquer liner (this is a gel liner)
NYX Super Skinny Marker
elf Precision liquid liner

MASCARA:
Maybelline Lash Sensational
L'Oréal telescopic (I love this for my bottom lashes)

FALSE LASHES:
Ardell lashes

LIQUID LIPSTICK:
Colourpop
NYX Lingerie
NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream
L'Oréal Infallible Pro Matte gloss

Lipstick:
Maybelline Color Sensational Creamy Matte lipstick
NYX Matte Lipstick
Milani Color Statement

BRUSHES:
Elf brushes Real Techniques blending sponge Real Techniques brushes
5 Best Setting Powders

When it comes to setting powders, not all are created equally. Although using the correct techniques to set your face and apply powder are essential to help your makeup look great, using a powder of high quality is just as important.

Too Faced Primed & Poreless Setting Powder

A tried, true and tested favourite, the Too Faced Primed & Poreless Loose Setting Powder has been an essential in my collection for many years. The formula is extremely finely milled which means it never looks cakey and is great for setting concealer under the eyes.

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🌹ROSE GOLD
I know I haven’t posted anything in like a month I’m sorry!! I wasn’t busy, just lazy. But I picked up some products from the Wet n Sild Holiday Collection and wanted to share them! I’m wearing one of their pigments on my lid and it is so gorgeous omfg 😍 I love everything about these loose pigments, but I can’t find them online so I think they are sold out except for in some stores, so go pick them up I mean it!!

✨DETAILS / IG: @tmbmakeup
💫FACE: Make Up Forever HD Foundation, Maybelline MasterConceal Concealer, Coty Airspun Loose Translucent Powder in Extra Coverage, NYC Cosmetics Sun ‘n Bronze in Fire Island Tan, Too Faved Love Flush Blush on Justify My Love, Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection To Reflect Shimmer Palette in Rosé Champagne Glow (pretty sure this is now called I’ll Have a Cosmo!)
💫EYES: Lime Crime Venus Grunge Palette “Creation”, “Venus” (crease & lower lashline), “Muse” (crease, lower lashline, & lid), “Icon” (lower lashline), and “Aura” (browbone & inner corner), Wet n Wild Holiday 2016 Color Icon Loose Pigment in Heart of Rose Gold, L'oreal Infallible Gel Liner, Mally Beauty Volumizing Mascara, Smashbox Sumatra Eyeliner (waterline), Fright Night Mesmerizing Lashes
💫LIPS: NYX Soft Matte Lip Creme in Sao Paolo, Wet n Wild Holiday 2016 Color Icon Lip Gloss in Moxie Brown

BEGINNERS MAKEUP KIT:

heres a few of my holy grail makeup products that i still use and that are great and affordable for beginners!

foundation:
• Maybelline Fit Me! - Matte + Poreless (for oily-normal skin)
• Maybelline Fit Me! - Dewy + Smooth (for dry-normal skin)
• L'Oreal tru match super blendable liquid makeup
• L'Oreal infallible pro-matte foundation (for oily - combination skin)
• milani 2-in-1 foundation + concealer

concealer:
• maybelline age rewind concealer
• L.A girl pro conceal
• Maybelline fit me concealer

primer:
• Maybelline baby skin instant pore eraser

highlighters/illuminators:
• Hard Candy sheer glow all the way face & body illuminator (can double as a primer)
• physicians formula shimmer strips
• NYX illuminator (can double as a primer)

powder/finishing spray:
• airspun translucent extra coverage loose face powder
• rimmel stay matte long lasting pressed powder
• covergirl translucent professional loose powder
• L'Oreal infallible pro-spray and makeup extender, setting spray

bronzer:
• nyc smooth skin face powder, bronzing
• rimmel natural bronzer
• wet n wild color icon bronzer
• milani baked bronzer

blush:
• milani baked blush
• Maybelline dream bouncy blush

mascara:
• Maybelline great lash mascara
• L'Oreal teloscopic mascara
• Maybelline the colassal mascara

eyebrows:
• L'Oreal brow stylist definer brow liner
• Nyx wonder brow pencil
• milani stay put brow color
• elf cosmetics brow kit

eyeshadow:
• covergirl truNaked eyeshadow palettes
• Maybelline color tattoos
• milani everyday eyes eyeshadow collection

eyeliner:
• Jesse eyeliner
• Maybelline amster precise liquid eyeliner

lips:
• milani color statement lipstick
•revlon color stay ultimate liquid lipstick
• milani amore matte lip creme

eyelashes:
• any ardell lashes

brushes:
• real techniques brushes
• ecotools brushes

if youve read this far, id like to announce some BIG news in 30 minutes!

sinewaverider  asked:

Hi! Do you have any tips to prevent liquid eyeliner from smudging onto the eyelid? Especially for all-day wearing. Thanks :)

When it comes to getting the perfect winged liner it can take a fair amount of time to perfect and it is often not without the help of cotton tips and eye makeup remover. If getting your eyeliner perfect wasn’t frustrating enough on its own, having it smudge all over the place after a couple of hours after applying certainly is.

Use a good eyelid primer (and set it!)

Even if you don’t plan on wearing any eyeshadow, an eyelid/shadow primer is something that can really benefit  you if you have issues with mascara and eyeliner smudging. I’m obsessed with the NARS Pro-Prime Smudge-Proof Eyeshadow Primer because it mattifies the eyelids and keeps everything in place. I also recommend setting your eyeshadow primer with a bit of loose powder or sheer eyeshadow in a beige shade, this will help further lock the primer into place so your liner will stay longer.

Use a waterproof, long-wearing eyeliner

This is something that is relatively obvious, but if you tend to have issues with oiliness on the eyelids/makeup smudging you should be using an eyeliner that has exception staying power. I swear by the Stila Stay All Day Liquid Liner, it comes in a variety of shades and stays put through heat and humidity. There are drugstore brands that do great liquid liners, but if you’re after intense staying power it’s not really worth wasting your time (or money) with them.

Set Your Eyeliner

If you’re using a liquid liner it’s probably because you want a beautiful, crisp clean liner, in which case this tip might not be for you. If you don’t mind a softer effect to your eyeliner and eye makeup then you can really benefit you. After applying your liquid liner, use a small brush to apply some black eyeshadow directly over the top of the liquid, tracing the shape carefully. This will help get rid of any of the moisture in the eyeliner and make it drier and therefore less likely to smudge.

Set Your Concealer

You’re probably thinking “huh,  I have issues with my eyeliner not my concealer?” but if smudging eye makeup is a big issue for you, setting your concealer underneath your eyes may just fix that. Eye makeup (especially mascaras and eyeliners) tend to be attracted to creamy products on the face such as concealers.

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I hope I helped you and if you need anything else feel free to ask.

If any product you use irritates you discontinue use immediately.

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Dust Translucent Powder Under Your Eyes to Prevent Fallout

There’s nothing more annoying than creating an amazing eyeshadow look only to realize you have a whole heap of fallout on your cheeks so try this technique!

Step 1. Apply a large amount of loose powder underneath the eyes

Step 2. Apply your eye makeup as usual

Step 3. Allow the loose powder to catch any eyeshadow fallout

Step 4. Dust away the powder with a clean makeup brush

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after doing my favorite skin care products of 2016, i decided i might as well do one for makeup too so here it is. my favorite makeup to use on a daily basis:

primer: smashbox photo finish primer water, benefit porefessional, honest beauty everything primer (luminous base). i also use the l'oréal paris magic anti redness correcting primer on my cheeks

foundation: it cosmetics cc+, l'oréal infallible pro-glow, clinique even better, and the tarte amazonian clay is good but a little too heavy for every day but i do like it

concealer: tarte cc undereye corrector, maybelline better skin, too faced born this way

setting powder: nyx hd translucent finishing powder or the airspun loose face powder to bake if i feel like taking the time

highlight: glossier haloscope, benefit watt’s up, laura geller easy illuminating stick in gilded honey (i also like this shade in the baked gelato swirl one), mary lou manizer by the balm..my holy grail

contour/bronzer: benefit hoola, urban decay beached bronzer, too faced cocoa contour kit. sometimes i like to use cream contour so on those days i’ll resort to the clinique chubby stick or the abh stick foundation in the shade “fawn”

brows: abh brow wiz, abh clear brow gel, maybelline brow drama mascara

eyeliner: if i use eyeliner, i’ll use a liquid to line my upper lash line whether it be the milani brow tint pen or the maybelline felt tip pen. if i do a wing i like to use the nyc liquid one

mascara: i’m super picky about mascara and i rly hate high end formulas SO. i use l'oréal telescopic, butterfly sculpt and maybelline push up angel

lips: i have so many favorite lipsticks but normally i do a nude pink. lately i’ve been lining w nyx nude liner and mixing the buxom lipstick in the shade sydney with tarte’s namaste. slay by bare minerals is also a favorite bc it smells so good omfg

setting spray: makeup forever, l'oréal infallible, mario badescu rosewater

dimensionally-transcendental-box  asked:

“What’s the difference between pressed and loose powder? Are there benefits of one over the other? Thank you!”

Powders are great for setting makeup into place and reducing shine. Both pressed and loose formulas are great, but they do have some differences between them…

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Tried out Spock makeup on myself this time. Much happier with this method, and it only took one hour.

SO: EYEBROW TIPS IF YOU’RE COSPLAYING A VULCAN
So you want those slanted eyebrows but don’t wanna shave off half your real eyebrows? Steps to achieve an okay look.

You’ll need:
-Nose putty (also called fx wax or molding wax) (do not use liquid latex, I tried and it’s useless for this)
-Concealer
-Powder (loose or compact doesn’t matter)
-Foundation
-Eyeshadow in the shade you want the vulcan eyebrows to be
-Small spatula or butter knife
-Water
-Small eyeshadow brush
-Makeup/powder brushes of your choice

1. Cover half your eyebrow with nose putty. Apply it along your actual eyebrow with a non sharp knife and then smooth it out with your fingers. The body heat makes the wax smoother and easier to shape. You may have to apply several layers. Apply with long strokes, don’t dab it. Keep going until the surface is smooth and no hairs are sticking out.
2. Cover the putty with makeup powder
3. Apply concealer along the putty
4. Powder again
5. Apply foundation along your whole eyebrow area and all the way down to your eyelid (this is so the surface is dry for when you’re applying the eyeshadow, liner etc later)
6. Powder all the foundation you just applied
7. Draw on the vulcan eyebrow with some kind of liquid colour, I used an eyeshadow brush with eyeshadow and water. A solid pen will put too much pressure on the wax and tear it up.
YOU’RE DONE!
At least with the eyebrows, but the rest isn’t that tricky. :)

Hope this was helpful! I might do a makeup video with this plus the complete face if you’re interested