1 Feb 2009

FOTD and Tutorial: Soft Natural Look


Here's a look I recently did using the palette I reviewed previously on my blog. I like the outcome, it's very wearable and natural looking for everyday wear, or also for work! Click on the image for full size.

You can also check out my tutorial for this look!




Products:
MAC Beigeing shadestick
28 Color Neutral Palette
Revlon Colorstay black liquid eyeliner
Max Factor 2000 Calorie mascara
Afterglow mineral foundation - Cameo
MAC Blushbaby Blush
Rimmel lipstick - Paradise
Rimmel white eyeliner
MAC liplacquer - Babied

Nailpolish:
Catrice - Little Pink

8 comments:

  1. Hey, Julia!
    very nice look- thanks for sharing with us! i actually know you from youtube but never visited your blog- so thats nice to learn more about you- places, you visiting or your fotos- its just more, than make-up :-)

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  2. i love this, one of my favorite looks :)

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  3. Gorgeous look! For some reason, I'm getting the "We're sorry, this video is no longer available" message...

    Also, what camera do you use?

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  4. great pics! i've been following your youtube channel. could you do a tutorial on how best to use your camera for good pics? i can't seem to get colors to show true to life. thanks!

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  5. great look!I love Rimmel lipgloss and lipstick and this shade is to die for!
    I gotta buy me some of that too
    **makes note**

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  6. I do this look so much now! My friend got me this pallete and I love it, I'm wearing this look right now actually. Thank you so much :) it's such a simple yet beautiful look.

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  7. Anonymous1:20 am

    really nice look!
    you wondered about a white eyeliner that works good? I don't know if you have heard about a brand called "viva la diva"? but they have some really nice eyeliners, and i think they got one i white also.you really should try them! they are really cheap. They have a really good quality compared to the price though :) but i don't know if you can get those in switzerland(?) or germany (?), but maybe you could buy them online? i don't know :)

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