longwearing eyeliner

Behind the scenes getting ready. Makeup used:

Eyeliner - Chanel Calligraphie de Chanel Longwear Intense Cream Eyeliner in Hyperblack

Mascara - Chanel Inimitable Waterproof Mascara in Noir

Eyeshadow (lid centres) - Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish then a highlighter to further illuminate the lids

Foundation - Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Sunscreen Makeup

Bronzer - Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour

Contour - Kevyn Aucoin The Sculpting Powder underneath the cheekbones

Highlight - Glossier Haloscope in Quartz

Blush - light pink Chanel blush

Lip liner - Kevyn Aucoin The Flesh Tone Lip Pencil

Lipstick - Chanel Rouge Coco Ultra-Hydrating Lip Colour in Catherine

singelisilverslippers  asked:

is the one thing you did today your eyeliner? bc if not i think it should count as two things, your eyeliner is on TWO eyes and it is ON POINT.

okay LISTEN i use starlooks luxe longwear eyeliner pen, and it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me. it’s super easy to apply, it stays on all day, and it’s expensive but it’s not like, EXPENSIVE, you know what i’m saying?

part 2 is that particular ~eyeliner look~ is so easy to do! it literally just requires you to be kind of bad at drawing in a straight line, which, luckily, i am.

anonymous asked:

Buying nars for the first time and dunno what to get, what do you rec as must haves? Thanks!

• radiant creamy concealer

• sheer glow foundation

• light reflecting powder (loose for oilier skin types)

• matte multiples for cream bronzer 

• illuminators

• albatross highlighter (my pic yay)

• luster blush

• larger than life longwear eyeliner

• velvet matte lip pencils

Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water Review #magicproduct

As a beauty blogger I’m always testing out new products, usually on a day to day basis and my product theory is pretty simple: the product either works or it doesn’t. Whether I’m swatching products on the back of my hand or trying out a new foundation, at the end of the day I need something that works. It has to be quick, easy to use and remove every trace of hard to remove eyeliner swatches and long-wearing lipsticks.

I’m a big fan of micellar waters and when I first got into the whole beauty/skincare/makeup scene I made the assumption that they weren’t worth purchasing as they were just overpriced spring water, I was naive and wrong but when I finally did try one I was sold straight after my first cotton pad soaked in the stuff. Now a huge cleansing water addict I can say amongst the many other micellar waters I’ve tried Garnier is one that comes out on top, it’s like a magnet for makeup, oil and dirt.

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