Hey, Glambabes! We know how intimidating it can be to rock colored eyeliners—what more metallic ones?! So…in order to make you feel a little more comfortable with Eye of Horus’ Liquid Metal Liners, here’s a quick video tutorial by Annalee Muggeridge on how to create a super wearable makeup look that can easily be pulled off!
In case you missed it, we just posted a video on our Instagram featuring a 3-step skincare routine for those of you with oily skin! Watch Gretchen incorporate three Pixi Skintreats products in her evening routine.
Ever owned a vibrant or dark-colored lippie you seldom use because it’s too bright or it doesn’t match your skin tone? No worries! here’s how you can mix and match them for a more wearable neutral hue.
We’ve got the perfect look to go with those flirty summer dresses and colorful crop tops this season! Glamourblogger and Makeup Artist Extraordinaire Sylvina Lopez teaches us how to do a sultry neutral look that is anything-but-basic on resident glambabe, Angel.
2. Illuminate: Then put a thin layer of the Pixi Flawless
Primer, before foundation, to give the effect of a glow from within
3. Foundation: Then I used a flat top kabuki / buffing brush
and I worked in a layer of L’oreal True Match foundation which is a medium
opaque coverage foundation. I buffed the foundation on circles all over the
face and then dabbed in areas that needed more coverage.
4. Eyes: I used the Pop Beauty Bright Up Your Life palette
to emphasize the eyes. Washing a shimmery shade all over the lid and a neutral
brown blended in the crease.
5. Brows: For a softer but still defined brow I used the Pop Brow Shape and Shade with a fine angled brush to fill in and add some texture.
6. Liner & Lashes: I buffed in a black gel liner pencil
into the lash line and put the Eye of Horus Sahara Nude on the Waterline. To
open the eyes up more I gave the lashes a good curl and two coats of mascara.
To finish the eyes of I put some Dolly Wink half-lashes for hassle free
8. Strobing and Contour: I then defined the face by using a
small powder brush and blending in the Pixi Natural Contour Powder. I focused
on the hollow of the cheek, temples/forehead and the jaw. To highlight, I
tapped a bit more of the Pixi Primer and topped it with the Ofra You Glow Girl
Highlight using a fan brush for a more dramatic glow. I also used a small
pencil brush and put highlighter in the inner corner of the eye.