The cat eye is a beautiful way to add drama to your look. However, it can be very tricky to make each side symmetrical and even. I recently found an awesome video that teaches a super simple trick to get the perfect cat eye every time. The secret ingredient is shockingly scotch tape. I tried it and it really does work. She recommends in the video to put the tape on your clothes first to get rid of some of the stickiness. I would do this a couple of times so you don't mess up the rest of your eye makeup. My scotch tape was still pretty sticky after I stuck it on my clothes just once.
Since the cat eye is pretty dramatic I would recommend going pretty natural with the rest of your makeup. This would be the perfect look for a special event, night out with the girls or a hot date. Check on this link to watch the video. http://vimeo.com/32063586 It's from How to Be a Girl from Jane Marie.
I had the privilege of being a part of Marisa's wedding on February 20th. She was such a pleasure to work with and looked gorgeous. She was nervous but chose to do wear red lipstick. It turned out awesome! Sometime it pays to step outside your comfort zone. :) Artworks Tulsa Photography was her photographers and they did an amazing job. Check out the awesome pictures.
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This awesome moisturizer has light diffusing pigments which help to even out your skin tone. It also contains hyalauronic acid which helps to increase elasticity and increase hydration levels of the skin. Plus it includes good-for-you ingredients such as ginseng root extract, gingko biloba leaf extract and chamomile for antioxidant protection. It's oil-free and water resistant.
Personally I have been using this product as a light foundation. I honestly only need concealer to cover any blemishes. I would 110% recommend this product to anyone and everyone.
If you have a date with your special someone for Valentine's Day, here is a fun look to try. I started by sketching out an idea I had.
Now you want to start with a blank canvas. I used Stila's new Prime Pot in Taffy. This is an amazing product because it is waterproof and really helps cancel out the color of your eyelid. This allows whatever color you are using to truly shine.
Now you are going to take a light champagne color and apply to your whole eyelid. Then take a dark brown and apply all the way up to your crease. Remember blend, blend, blend. When you are doing a dark color eyeshadow, you could also apply your foundation last. This will allow you to take care of any fallout. I used Stila's new Trio in Ethereal.
Once you have gotten your color to where you like it, you are going to line your eyes. For this look you will be using a deep brown liner on the top lid and a purple on the bottom. Line your full eye on both top and bottom. I also lined my bottom rim with the same purple color. Smudge your liner out a little on the bottom to give you a more dramatic look. I used Stila Smudgesticks in Lionfish and Purple Tang. Sorry this picture isn't very good. :)
Now apply a few coats of black mascara, blush and your favorite lip gloss. When you use darker colors on your eyes I would recommend a very neutral gloss. Now you have a look that your loved one will love.
Wild Magnolia Artistry also offers makeup applications for senior pictures. I recently had the privelege of doing Jordan's makeup for her senior pictures. She is naturally a beautiful girl, but I really enjoyed getting to play up her features. Her pictures turned out amazing! Nancy Poole was her photographer, she is definitely someone to keep in mind if you are needing senior pictures.
In May, I had the privelege of doing Rachel's makeup for her big day.She looked absolutely beautiful! Her wedding was held at Harweldon Mansion which was amazing. I truly enjoyed being a part of her wedding day!
Rachel's Hair was done by Sunnie Eckerd who's services are available in conjunction with Wild Magnolia Artistry. Photographs were taken by Artworks Tulsa. They did an awesome job capturing the beauty of this day.