Farewell {for now}

Due to the holidays coming up and school work. I will take a pause into my blog. I hope to continue again starting January, but before the holidays start and exams, I will give one more tutorial and this one will be an easy skin care for oily skin and tutorial.

Every person has their own way of keeping their skin away from acne. To simple soaps to a top brand. For oily skin, your face can become icky and acne prone fast, especially for teenagers.

1. Find a brand that you want. For just simple off brand soap, use a non scented one if your skin gets irritated easily. Plus personally I don’t really trust cheap scented soap for your face. It’s your canvas, don’t get it irritated. Sometimes soaps come with little beads in it to help get dead skin off. I highly recommend that, but don’t use it frequently.

2. Once you found a brand that you like use lukewarm to very warm water to splash on your face for a few seconds, then get a generous amount of your soap and rub it on your face till bubbly. Then with warm water take it off.

3. After washing splash cold water on your face, it helps close your pores and helps you wake up if you are doing this in the morning.

4. Then wipe your face off with a clean, fluffy towel. (For extra cleanliness for anything highly serious with zits, put rubbing alcohol on your face.)

Happy Holidays! 


Top 10 things in makeup that I like

Everybody has their own styles and likes with makeup. Some like exotic bright eye shadow colors, while others might say they like no eye shadow and just blush. Some people prefer Gothic makeup while there are others that see it as just Halloween makeup. It’s the preferences and diversities that make each look special and unique. I have my top ten that I prefer, so if you want to share what you like then feel free to share by commenting.

10. Bright Red Eye Shadow (Be careful if you get this, a lot of people tend to be allergic to it. It is usually just sold in stores.)

9. Paint Pot Eye Shadow from Mac

8. Muted Red Lipstick

7. Gothic Makeup

6. Brown Eyeliner (Pencil)

5. Fake Eyelashes

4. Making my own Glitter Tattoos (they last longer then the ones you get at the store)

3. Fantasy Makeup

2. Sugar Skull

1. Bubble Goth makeup

 “If you are not doing what you love, you are wasting your time.” – Billy Joel

Eyebrows and blush

Eyebrows usually aren’t considered a big deal for me. Yet, people have taken great lengths to make them neat. Some even going to lengths or waxing parts off. Since I like to go natural with my everyday makeup, simple tricks will do.

1. Get a tiny brush designed for eyebrows. It should have an angle to it.

2. Next find an eye shadow that is closest to your hair color of your eyebrows.

3. Once you get these two materials with you. Gently dab into the eye shadow and get the least amount on your brush. Then, start brushing in the direction of your eyebrows. Your eyebrows should look a bit neater and have a little more color. If you need more repeat the same process.

When it comes to blush with me bare minimal on the cheeks as possible. Others like a lot more. To get a natural look to your blush, follow these steps.

1. Find a blush that is not to dark and not to light to your skin tone. This will help you if you are starting to pick out blush.

2. Once you get your blush, you can do two things. Get a fluffly-like makeup brush to apply it on, or to make a cream out of it, rub your pointer finger in your blush and get a pinch of your concealer and mix together to apply it on your cheeks wherever you need it.

4. (If you use a brush ONLY) If you are going out with a full face of makeup on, you can lose some natural blush that you do have. Gently get a VERY slight amount on your brush, tap out excess, and apply lightly to the forehead and nose.

Stay happy. 🙂

“To me, beauty and makeup and color is like the finishing touch on everything.”Marc Jacobs