On May 27, 2012, Beauties of Asia Pageant was on for 2012!
I had the pleasure of being requested to do the makeup and hair for Jodi Jahnke, who turned out to be the winner of this year’s pageant!
I kept her beautiful skin still luminating from within with kett airbrush hydro O3, and O5 in the olive tones
Then I used makeup forever’s aqua cream beige gold as a base to add highlight, then added on Urban Decay’s NAKED palette in gold and the dark gold.
Near the eyes, I lined it with Art Deco’s eyeliner and ontop I added yaby’s pearl paint a dark emerald green shade to have her brown eyes stand out, as well as compliment with the red empress chinese dress.
I also lined the bottom of the eye with this green.
Because this was going to be on stage, I added natural human hair lashes so that it would add the sparkle in her eyes.
Coated it with Kiss Me Black Mascara! Waterproof and smudge free
The blush I mixed a nude pink with a light coral colour for a very beautiful blush color. I needed her cheeks and glow to stand out even in bright lights on stage. I used Kett’s Angel + Love mixed together, focused on the apples of her cheeks.
The lipstick color I used Graftobian’s lipsticks, in Autumn Rust, Red, and Runway. (I know, I mix a lot so it’s not the greatest unless you want to pick up all the shades!)
Large 1 1/2 Barrel curling iron
Sprayed with Tresemme’s curling hold spray
Sebastian Shaper Plus lightly sprayed on the curls to minimize frizz and hold shape.
I teased the top of the crown, and also added a beautiful multi-swirl shape in the back of the hair.
Forgot to take pictures of the back however!
But using bobby pins, with pin curl patterns I built ontop to have a multi-swirl shape.
Hope you enjoyed this mini-tutorial
OH! By the way, Jodi isn’t just a pretty face, she’s an amazing talented, down to earth gal!
If you want to get a glimpse of how beautiful Jodi sings, check out these links:
On Wednesday I went over to The Bay for their special event with Canada’s National Makeup artist Andre Hebert.
It just so happened he was available the time I went in so I was lucky enough to get my makeup done by him.
For a full makeover you have to purchase 2 products but hey I’ve never done a Dior review before so I figured I’d splurge by purchasing some products for my clients this summer to enjoy!
Here’s me and Andre after my makeover:Read More»
Want to know how they did the makeup to make the girls in Tron so captivating? Elle Magazine here has interviewed the makeup artist that was in charge of the looks
Wow, they used 3 layers of upper lashes on Gem, and one underneath!
In the article they used airbrush to spray ontop, but if you don’t have an airbrush to airbrush the silvery dust on your skin, feel free to use an illuminating powder that sparkles silver ontop of your foundation! If you have dark skin, you use a bronze/gold shimmer powder instead. You could get away with this look if you subtly do it when you go clubbing at night this weekend!
Now you can look like a Siren beauty whenever you wish
Did you know 8 out of 10 women have the wrong foundation shade and color?
I’m writing this article here to help you keep in mind key things in finding the right foundation, straight from a professional!
You should consider first your:
Being the most important thing because it is your base and what keeps hold of your makeup.
Is your skin more on the:
i) Dry side
- tight feeling skin
- burning sensation
- usually tingles or burns when you put product onto it
- no pores/very small pores
ii) Oily side
- excessive oil (not just a normal secretion)
- large pores
- acne can be a sign of it
- makeup doesn’t last on your skin
ii) Combination skin
- you may require two products so you can target your skin’s needs more effectively, depending how different areas of your skin is
- if there is a majority of your skin being one type, target that concern
Keep in mind:
- dry flakes do not equal dry skin, oily skin also has this, it just means you need to exfoliate more!
Next when you look for a product, look for the:
This equals to how the product moves, or the ability for it to move on the face. The easier the base moves, the lighter the slip. The more drag the base has, the stiffer the slip.
Makeup artists have to keep in mind what the surface is (the skin) and what challenges are faced that will make a more stable base for the application in regards with the slip.
Elements to remember in pigment:
i) Shade: Light to Dark like a grey scale
ii) Color: Undertone
- A Ruddy color (pink/reddish) to Olive (yellow/green)
iii) Coverage: How much pigment is required to cover your area of concern.
(Note: most people just need a light foundation with concealer in certain areas!)
With the slip and pigment in mind, then look at what is more suitable for you:
4) Types of Foundation
- offers most coverage and usually preferred even on stage performances
- with a cream vehicle/slip, it gives a high concentration of pigment
- can be used straight as concealer or ‘thinned down’ with moisturizer of the same base to a lighter foundation or a sheerer/natural application
- most widely used for a variety of makeup applications
- best for concealing specific areas as some cream products offer little to no slip
Examples of great cream foundations:
RCMA, Cinema Secrets, Graftobian, Kett
- light slip and easiest to move and spread
- great for light/sheer coverage
- also great for body foundation coverage
Examples of great liquid foundations:
Makeup Forever’s Face & Body, Face Atelier Ultra Foundation, Yaby liquid foundation, Makeup Forever’s HD foundation
iii) Dual Finish
- Can be pressed powders, cream to powder products etc.
- Usually includes a cream base slip with the finish of a matte powder
- Has no vehicle or slip, usually talc is added to the product to give it slip and move-ability
- May be applied wet or dry
- Applied with a sponge, brush or puff
Examples in my kit: T. Le Clerc’s Matte Foundation, Makeup Forever’s Duo Mat pressed powders, cream to powder foundations etc.
Which foundation is right for you? Subscribe to stay tuned for my next article on: Matching Which Foundation Is For You.
Nurturing Force® Blot Out Offensive™
VERSATILITY AND EASE OF USE – 4.7/5
Scoop out with a spatula onto a palette and with a damp sponge, apply to area. Too bad it’s not in a pump so you require a spatula if you want to keep it sanitary.
Spreads very nicely and not messy.
Men can use this to avoid having shiny t-zones and it will look completely natural.
You can use it underneath makeup or alone!
Great for makeup artists to use on TV sets where there are hot spots (shiny areas)
FEELING – 5/5
Very lightweight, you feel the area immediately primed, it doesn’t require wait time to be absorbed which is perfect for makeup artists. No time wasted!
EFFECTIVENESS – 5/5
Works excellent, creates a matte surface on any skin and primes the area for product to adhere to.
It doesn’t turn white if you apply sparingly
Makeup will also last longer on the skin
PRICE – 5/5
$24 for 14g is a great deal because you need so very little. I bought one jar and I practically use it on every client and I’m still not done after about a year.
It is a great deal and value.
AVAILABILITY – 4/5
Available online and now with Graftobian as ‘HD primer’
SHELF LIFE – 5/5
All natural ingredients and not tested on animals. I’ve had mine for over a year and it’s still great.
FRAGRANCE – 5/5
None! No added fragrance
None that I can think of, the product packaging is fine because you can get every last bit of it without wasting in a pump.
Absolutely!! Great for all skin types to use and even on men to avoid overly shiny skin.
You can use this alone or underneath makeup. Extremely versatile!
Makeup artists: Excellent, practically a must have for me
Following is taken from: http://www.nurturingforce.com/buy_aloe_vera_skincare_55.html
Blot Out Offensive shine + oil control cream
- Our Instant Matte / Anti-Shine Moisture Cream can be used alone or as an HD Primer under make-up.
- All Make-Ups! Use under mineral make-up, liquid make-up, powders, creams & airbrushed applications (silicone, water + alcohol based products)
- Controls oil secretion and maintains your make-up application for up to 14 hours.
Nurturing Force® Blot Out Offensive™
- is Not a Gel or a Liquid, but a moisturizing cream that makes shiny skin an instant matte canvas.
- Use as a Primer under make-up, as a barrier cream or alone; no matter which way, it will champion your need for anti-shine by providing a smoothing velvet finish to skin.
- Our formula is without silicone (dimethicone), without parabens, without added fragrance or color, providing skin with smoothing natural anti-aging + antioxidants through our Aloe Vera Gel First Formula.
- There is no stickiness or problems with streaking make-up (as with many gels and liquid anti-shine products and primers) Because our cream is massaged into the skin.
- Our comfortable moisturizing cream helps to protect the skin from blemishes caused by pore clogging make-up, or use our cream alone for a pore minimizing look to oily, blemished or combination skin.
- Apply with fingers, sponge or brush, rub into skin and you are ready to apply make-up if desired.
- No Sealed or Stiff Sensation, feel and look natural! Paraben-Free. Silicone-Free, No Added Fragrance, No Added Colors & No Animal Testing
Feel, See & Sense the Difference™
For Jimay’s skin, I used:
- Primarily Face Atelier’s HEAT & 0++ mixed together, more of HEAT color
- I put a bit of Keromask’s YELLOW shade into the mix, just a dab.
- Graftobian’s HD powder in Hidden Magic
The reason being, if you don’t use yellow-red = orange based products, you will get an ash layer or a dry looking shade. Darker skintones have a yellow-red underbase and unless you use products with that underbase, you’re going to get ashy results.
Try it and let me know how it works out for you!
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Hope this helps any of you with this problem on yourself or your clients.
Day 1 (saturday)
1. First booth at 8:30am in the morning, bought a lot of graftobian stuff:
- oxyderm moisturizer x 4
- 5 neutralizing color concealer wheel
- dermaceal balm
- light neutral sample a/b set + palette
2. Makeup Forever (Oh i should of went to this booth first) at 9:15am some colors were already sold out
- an additional 4 HD Foundations (120, 127, 173, 178)
- 5 HD concealer set promo
- empty flash case palette
- pure water (cleansing water + hydrating elixir)
- 15C lip liner
3. Royal Langnickel
(I will take a picture of the brushes I got!) Kevin James Bennett had to sell me so many GOOD and inexpensive brushes lol
- Glamour shine palette (highlighting palette)
- Aubergine cream liner (dark red/purple)
5. Makeup Artist Mag booth
- Hair books x2 (vintage hair + David B’s hair book, forgot the name)
- Scott Barnes Makeup book
- Makeup Designory Makeup book
Attended seminars whenever I could during the crazy shopping, KJB’s Royal Langnickel seminar, Nadine Luke’s Runway Fall/Winter trends, Koren Zander’s perfecting each stroke, part of Dani Fonseca’s temptu seminar, Suzanne’s Patterson’s HD makeup part 1
1. Did some early shopping at 9:45am!
- Crown brushes blending brush
- Started to shop at Royal & Langnickel again
2. I got chosen to be the model for the famous Emmy Award Winning Kevin James Bennett’s Yaby cosmetics complexion seminar so he did makeup on me on the runway stage! 10:30am
Allowed audience to take pictures of KJB’s work on me. See his website at inmykit.com
3. Yaby cosmetics Haul!
medium size empty pans
empty liquid squeeze bottles
pearl paints palette
4. Finished shopping at Royal Langnickel on brushes! Got their new synthetic high quality SILK line
5. Seminars: OCC David Klasfeld seminar, Roque Cozette’s Kett seminar, Suzanne Patterson’s HD Makeup part 2, Eve pearl’s the flawless face
6. Hung out with yaby cosmetics, Purse Buzz, EnkoreMakeup, Kevin James Bennett!
This is my secret when it comes to having strong, thicker and beautiful nails!
I buy it at Donato’s for $25.50 and this little green nail polish jar pretty much sums up the Holy grail of nail strengtheners. I’ve tried organic lines, OPI, and pretty much a lot of nail salon brands and it just doesn’t sum up for how awesome this is.
Plain and simple, it just works!
I apply it to a clean, dry nail bed and just 1 coat is enough. You can tell results in 3 days and sometimes just one.
Warning, it does contain formaldehyde but I don’t see any negative effects with this nail polish. Just cover the cuticle with an oily substance before applying and you should be fine.
Let me know if you decided to try this product and if it works for you
What you should know!
After you have had your makeup applied initially, a touch-up is required throughout the day. Even if you have normal skin, nothing lasts perfectly forever.
Don’t be fooled! those that say they do, are selling you a dream.
Your skin secretes oil to keep it hydrated or your skin may become more dehydrated, so certain steps will be required to do to keep it fresh throughout the day.
Here’s a list of from ideal choices to last resort options to have your makeup touched up throughout the day………
1. Really try to budget in your makeup artist to come with you to touch-up throughout the day. Try to work out a deal that will be worth your artist’s time to come and keep you looking fresh. That way you don’t have to worry about checking yourself every so often to make sure your lipstick hasn’t faded, your blush, or if you are shining. This is the professional’s job even at photoshoots to keep every frame looking great for the photographer. Even if you have an amazing photographer, if your makeup is too shiny, or faded, there is nothing the photographer can do can make it look natural. It would be next to impossible to make it look natural in photoshop as well! A good artist will know exactly where to touch up and keep it looking perfect like it was just applied.
2. If you really can’t budget in an artist for a whole day, get him/her to come back at a certain time, such as the evening to adjust the makeup for bright flashes to avoid you looking ghostly in photos.
3. If the above two options are not a choice, try to purchase the pressed powder, lipstick and possibly the blush. Make note the same shade for you to place in the groom’s pocket or a trusted bridesmaid for you to touch-up with. It won’t be a great job on touch-up but it’s better than having no-touch up at all!! At this point, check if it may be more cost effective to hire the artist for a touch-up, depending on their rate.
4. If you cannot purchase the full prices of the product, try to see if you can purchase a section of the lipstick or blush (if its a cream) from the artist and a loose powder as a last resort. You don’t want to leave moments where you don’t look camera ready in front of the camera. This really is better than no touch-ups in the evening!
Note: If there is no artist present and you are doing your own makeup, keep your products in the groom’s pocket (if possible) where you will be with him most of the day so it would be easy to check yourself in a mirror to see if you require touch-ups. Try and do this when you’re on break and a camera is not near you to avoid being caught on camera touching up! Lastly, check yourself again in the mirror after your touch-up, you don’t want to see loose powder settled in random areas of your face!
Hopefully with these options you should be able to keep your skin looking fresh throughout the day!
So it’s the middle of Wedding season right now (yes I’ve been so swamped I haven’t had the chance to write up this tip sheet!) If you’re a makeup artist, a bride, bridesmaid, or a makeup/skincare fan you should definitely read this over to learn more about your skin and makeup.
If it’s one thing you should know……..
Makeup can cover any discolorations and color spots but one thing makeup cannot do well is – cover up texture.
Some may promise you the world and is selling you a dream but it just cannot do an amazing job at it. Unless the artist applies wax and latex over your skin and layer a ton of makeup over for you to look completely fake, it won’t do the job. It can only minimize a little texture.
Priming the skin can help and different formulas of foundation too but it cannot hide textured bumps, dry flakes or breakouts, especially in-person appearances.
Prepping your skin
Getting regular facial treatments (not the relaxing ones) by a good facialist will minimize any uneven bumps and textures and prevent any stressful breakouts on a face.
This makes your face ‘glow’ of radiance because it’s so smooth, supple, plump and healthy!
Makeup can enhance the beauty of your skin, but not to cover the beauty of it.
2. Keep your skin well hydrated by:
– drinking lots of water to flush toxins out (believe me this really helps)
– hydrating masks every so often when required to keep the face ‘plump’; Especially the night before your wedding!!
– NOTE: If you are oily you can still be dehydrated in the skin (lack of water) which doesn’t help the skin push the oil out of your skin if it’s dry and stuck to your pores. If there’s a lot of flaking and tightness it’s a sign of it. Look for scaly white thin sheets for signs of dehydration, especially right after you wash and dry your face.
3. Exfoliate! Exfoliate!
This is the step where you get rid of any flakiness and small bumps. You can use acid peels, mild peels, microdermabrasion treatments, and numerous other treatments. If you have sensitive and thin skin, stay away from any abrasive treatments like microdermabrasion and stick to mild to average acid peel treatments. Daily exfoliation can help too, I use the Clarisonic Mia to remove practically all my dead, dry skin.
Note: do not use abrasive exfoliation so close to your wedding date, do this at least a week before the day of if you’re doing a treatment like acid peel, microdermabrasion, etc.
Other than that, ask your professional if you have any questions! He/she should be able to answer any concerns for you. You may also email me at email@example.com for any of your inquiries and hopefully I will be able to help you.
So I went to the pro store of Makeup Forever in Montreal this weekend and I tried out their Aqua creams. I figured I wouldn’t get it since I can mix ‘eye seal’ with any eyeshadow to turn it to waterproof….
I swatched it at 1pm today and it’s almost 1am and I washed and scrubbed my hands at least 4 times now and a faded stain that could be as dark as a bruise is still there!
I’m talking about extremely waterproof!!
If you would like extremely waterproof eye makeup that will withstand hours of even underwater exposure – it’s the new MUFE Aqua Creams. period.
When I have time I promise to go and buy some for you guys. I will post pictures and more info on a part 2.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions from clients on how to keep their skin looking fresh with the hot humid weather so here is your cheat sheet!
Normal/Combination skin – Use a good cleanser, preferably a deep cleansing formula in the morning where you will remove any buildup of oil/sweat accumulated
Dry skin – stick to cream/oil cleansers that still deep cleans the face
Oily skin – gel/foaming cleansers
Normal/Combination witch hazel is good for suppressing oil or any other toner, especially in the t-zone.
Oily skin Witch hazel all over
Dry skin Use a softening lotion on the skin instead or just your most oily areas if any.
3. Prime your face with a good mattifier cream/lotion in your most sweaty/oily areas. These are my favorite:
- Nurturing Force, Blot Out Offensive Cream
- Eve Pearl Mattifying cream – in light/med or med/dark
- Mary Kay Mattifying Lotion
4. Coverage. Use a tinted moisturizer, or a cream foundation applied sparingly
Tinted moisturizer – Good for most skin types. Lighter and usually absorbs/keeps oils better than feeling a thick layer. Most people only really require this coverage. Some formulas still keep the skin looking glowy and healthy.
Favorite: Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizers, good for normal, combination, oily
Tip: For extra ‘glow’ mix a drop of shimmer lotion into the moisturizer and apply it on dry/dehydrated skin, not recommended for oily skin.
If you have blemished skin:
- Use a tinted moisturizer and cover blemishes with concealer afterward
Cream foundation – Absorbs the oil for people that need coverage (discolorations/uneven skin/porous skin) and just looks dewy rather than separated.
Favorite: Cinema Secrets Foundation
5. Color Makeup
Blush Go for creams, or you can also layer ontop powder for it to last longer
Favorite: MAC Creme blushes
Eyeshadow Go for cream shadows + layer it with powder for extra staying powder
Favorite: MUFE cream shadows + MUFE eyeshadows
Go for lipglosses! they’re more ‘youthful’ and less formal for the summer, requires less touch-ups as well.
Drier skin – Liquid seal
You can spray on a layer of makeup sealer to keep your makeup in place.
My favorite is Cinema Secret’s Makeup Sealer
Oilier skin – Dry Seal
Apply powder all in areas that will move, or get oiled/shiny. (t-zone, under the eyes, on eyelids)
You can do both liquid + seal or one or the other
My personal routine is:
1. Powder Cleanser
2. witch hazel
4. Tinted Moisturizer
5. Cream blush
6. Waterproof mascara
7. cream liner
8. eyeshadow ontop
9. powder lids
10. spray on liquid set
11. powder t-zone
The result should be dewy, beautiful fresh looking skin.
I recently ordered this from bobodave.com and I really really love this makeup remover!
It has successfully removed even the toughest waterproof mascara I have ever come across (those crazy waterproof Japanese ones)!
- Comes in a squeeze bottle, perfect as you control how much you want to avoid wasting product
- It removes without a residue
- Comes in a gel-like substance
- Comes in a huge bottle that will last a long, long time!
- Does not irritate or sting eyes
- Fragrance free!!
1. I first dispense about a nickel size onto a cotton pad
2. Close the eyes, apply it over the eye area for about 5 seconds and hold it there to let it melt the makeup
3. Open the eyes, fold the cotton pad, place it underneath the eye in a half-circle and hold it there
4. Take another cotton pad, apply a little product about a dime size and close eyes to gently pat off the upper eye makeup
5. Repeat patting changing around the areas of the pad that are clean until all makeup is removed on the upper lid (you can add more product if needed)
6. Open eyes and with the bottom pad, pat the areas underneath the eye until all makeup is removed
7. Use another cotton pad if you have more makeup still on until everything is removed.
Note: The reason why I leave a cotton pad underneath the eyes are to prevent excessive rubbing that can irritate the sensitive skin around the eye during the removal process.
Overall Rating 10/10
Honesty the best makeup remover I’ve ever used and I totally recommend it! (I’ve tried Mary Kay, Estee Lauder, Lancome, professional makeup brands etc)
You can purchase it at Bobodave.com for USD $14.33
**I made this review for my followers and I was not paid for or associated with the brands mentioned in my review
Pictures courtesy of OCCmakeup.com (Hush, Grandma, Demure, Anime, Pageant)
PIGMENT – 5/5
Wow! It’s SO pigmented, to the point where you do a tiny tiny drop and it spreads sooo much! (see pictures below)
FINISH – 5/5
It’s semi matte, it’s not too dry looking and it’s not super glossy. Better than any lipstick, seriously now I can see why everyone crazes over it.
It dries to be the same sheen as your skin, it’s so beautiful. You can layer it on more for a more opaque look or thin it down to be a stain.
DURABILITY – 5/5
I’m pretty darn sure this will stay on, I went to the shower with it and it was still on my hand the first time I swatched it. (Purchased it for lucky brides!)
I washed it with softsoap and it was on STILL. I had to whip out my waterproof makeup remover from Japan to get it off!
(FYI I scrubbed it about 50 times back and forth with my finger and soap, still had a light stain.)
VERSATILITY – 4.5/5
This is super versatile, I’m pretty sure I can use it as a stain, a lipstick, a color + lipgloss (with clear gloss – occ sells “Clear” too), a cheek stain, probably even an eyeshadow too if it didn’t contain peppermint (but it does, so don’t put it near your eyes!)
SENSITIVITY TO SKIN – 5/5
OCC is one of the safest brands as it’s 100% Vegan, cruelty free, doesn’t use anything that’s not safe or questionable for human use.
FEELING – 5/5
Super light, you barely feel it at all on your lips as it’s not drying. You probably need extra balm underneath if your skin is super dry but this is the perfect lipstick consistency.
Feels like a waxy liquid mixture
Not sticky at all
CAMERA READY – 5/5
Photographs beautifully in camera!! The color is so true and vivid, most makeup artists LOVE it for photography!
AFFORDABILITY – 5/5
Very affordable for professionals and personal use, 8mL for $12.50 USD. That’s less than 2/3 of lipsticks in department stores and you seriously need VERY VERY, VERY little.
SHELF LIFE – 4.5/5
12 months/1 year for optimal results, I say that’s pretty fair.
I can’t think of anything, other than make sure your lips are nicely exfoliated and hydrated before applying anything on it (like any makeup).
If you love bright, bold colors, YES! Otherwise these colors can be mixed around for more natural wear (which may take some time)
Ingredients: Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Oil, Mentha X Peprita (Peppermint) Oil, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E)
May Contain: D&C Red #7, D&C Red #30, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #6, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide
The tiny dot of “Pageant”
Spread around, yea it covered THAT much with my finger used to spread.
Tried washing it with just water and rubbing, did NOTHING, lol. Truly Waterproof!
Tried washing it after, around 40-50 scrubbing with my fingers and softsoap
In natural light: (Top to bottom) Hush, Grandma, Demure, Anime, Pageant
With flash: (Top to bottom) Hush, Grandma, Demure, Anime, Pageant
Yes, absolutely. Especially if you love bold colors!
I often get asked about eyeliner so I decided to write some quick tips for you all
1. “Eyeliner!! It’s so hard! How do you draw eyeliner?”
Depending on your shape of the eye, it completely varies. Some eyes don’t even need eyeliner like ‘protruding eyes’.
I could give you a few suggestions however:
- if you have bad dark circles, keep your eyeliner attention on the top lid rather than the bottom to keep the focus away
- draw from the outer line towards the inner
- if you do draw the bottom lash line, for an added ‘pop’ you can switch up the eyeliner color that’s different than the top
- if you accidentally smudge the line, use a q-tip to erase any mistakes against the line and you’ll smudge it and fix it all in 1 step!!
- You can do eyeliner with eyeshadow and a straight edge liner brush (easiest), pencil (medium), cream/gel liner with brush (hard), liquid liner (hardest).
- Practice does make perfect, if you know doing eyeliner takes awhile, set aside some extra time for yourself to do it before you head out to avoid rushing. – then you can go out with complete confidence.
Found a good picture online showing the angled liner brush and pencil/shadow lining (above)
Some product recommendations:
- Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes Eyeliner (pencil)
- Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner (pencil)
- Maybelline waterproof liquid eyeliner
- Eyeshadow (any professional brand should work fine)
Let me know if you have any other questions about Beauty or Makeup