Stuck at home? Recreate these makeup runway looks for your instagram page.
By Yvette E
I am not use to wearing makeup and really thought I would be playing with it. Unfortuately, that did not happen. It is not too late for you especially if you really love makeup.
We outlined 3 high fashion looks to try on during your last days of quaratine:
We heart this Stardust 70’s vibe which is actually created using a cream eyeliner, a glitter face powder and crystals.
To create this look, we would use:
- NYX color pencil
- Micro brush (Morphe, bent liner brush, $5, ulta.com)
- NYX Professional Glitter Goals Liquid Eyeshadow ($7.99)
- NYX Professional body glitter ($6.49, target.com)
- Starlit Studios Face Gems ($2.99, target.com)
Here are some tips for creating this look:
- Draw the shapes first with the pencil around the eye and fill in.
- Use the micro brush to outline with the glitter eyeshadow and then fill in.
- Add glitter before it drys.
- Use the stick on face gems and place where ever.
- One eye only!! The other just has eyeliner in Step 1.
Price for this look is $25! Remember you can always use what you already have to lessen cost.
This look uses contrasting colors to create an artistic vibe. The look appears to be created with a variety of cream eyeshadow and a winged brush.
Here is what you need:
- Trendy in Tokyo Palette ($8, BHcosmetics.com)
- Ulta Matte Finish Spray ($2.49, ulta.com)
- Flat eyeliner Brush ($4, ELFcosmetics.com)
Here are some tips to creating this look:
- Wet brush and pick colors from palette.
- Layer in same place to get bold color.
- Fix with finishing spray.
- Repeat with each color application.
This look is a little for simple to pull off. We have one simple color, a contrasting eyeliner and stick on stars.
Here are the tools we would use to create this look:
- MILK makeup tattoo stamp ($12, sephora.com)
- Color Icon Kohl in White ($1.19, wetnwildbeauty.com)
- MAC Bright pink blush ($17, maccosmetics.com)
You may already have a bright blush you can use or pink eyeshadow so on to steps:
- Draw a wing shape on paper and print out as a template if you are not the free hand type.
- Add blush or shadow to lower and half of top lid.
- Use pencil to trace wing shape. Shape should a line with eyes and be more towards eye then brow.
As always, have fun with these looks and if you create any of them; please tag us @tfgnyc and you could be featured on our page.
Happy Hump Day,