Hey guys, back with the nail of the week. Hope I stick to painting my nails. :)
This I had navy/deep purple nail. In the bottle it looks like a dark purple with blue reflects. However on the nails it's more a deep navy with the blue reflect, depending on the light and amount of coats you us.
This is a re-post. I post this a while back but I'm putting it back as introduction to a future post. Enjoy.
The first time I saw the pencil technique was by a Ukrainian YT'er who now has the Beautyartstudio channel her name is Nireyna. The dramatic makeup she does are amazing and so precise, very clean lines. The more wearable looks are just as precise and so detailed.
Her recent YT tutorial. can be found HERE and she also has a Livejournal with more awesome pics
I've noticed that most of the Russian and Eastern European guru's I follow or I'm subscribed to on YT use the same technique of using flat brushes to apply and blend their makeup.
I think this technique is great way to get a clean makeup and If your doing dramatic and artistic makeup it is great technique because of it's precision. Also for us who use less pigmented eyeshadows, the pencil is going to act as a base. Since the base is already blended and placed exactly where you want it to be, it just makes the whole process easier.
Here are some foto's I'm loving, the list is endless but here are just a few:
Since the orange nails my friends did on me, I've been betting back into nail polish and designs.
So last week I had a gorgeous purple nail polish by China Glaze. Since, I'm lazy I decided to at a crackle on top for this weeks nails. :)
So here are some pics and let me know what you were wearing this week. Leave a link if you have a post as well.
PS. We will have a Christmas dinner Saturday and I'm debating in 2 colors. I would like you opinion to which would be better. My dress is a white symmetry dress with clean horizontal black and beige big stripe.