How to make Snow Queen Lashes by Karla Powell 

1. Paint cheap lashes in a white base. I used Kryolan Shimmering Event Foundation in ‘Pearl’

2. Using Syntho SS011 CrownbrushBrush apply a loose powder base evenly to add a shine and set the base of the lashes with Kryolan in Living Color Pigment in ‘Rosé Quartz’.

3. Using Sprit gum loosely as a sticky base, gently layer over the lashes and add Lime Crime Zodiac Glitter ‘Virgo’ to the tips of the lashes (this acts as a snow effect) Finish off with sprinkle of Kryolan Polyester Glimmer in ‘Pearl Lilac’.

4. Finally with more spirit gum applied in random areas of the lashes , sprinkle Nail Art Beads & Large glitter pieces (both from an art shop!) over the lashes!

Hope you are inspired! Please tag me f you try and re create them. 




Shu Uemura “Pink Princess” Look (6 Heart Princess Collection)

This is a super-girly look! I’m not one to wear these tones usually, but when you look at that palette and those lashes, they’re just BEGGING for a candy-ish look. 

The way to make it look a bit more grown-up and sophisticated is by using a little brown liner and a sharp flick. (If you don’t add some darkness along the lashes, pink can make the lids look puffy or swollen sometimes!)

Products used: All Shu Uemura unless stated otherwise!

Lightbulb Foundation - I wanted a glow to the skin, so I used a dewy foundation and minimal powder

6 Heart Princess “heart-full pink parallel palette”

Princess Love in Wink lashes - LOVE this design…

Brown Lasting Soft Gel Liner

No7 Precision Lip Liner in Nude

Gloss Unlimited PK 30 S

Despite all the copper and orange and pink, this palette is surprisingly flattering. Just make sure you balance out the pink with a little pale yellow/ivory, and add a little of the deeper colors to the lash line or socket to add some definition.