Purple & Orange Sunset Eye (Perfect for medium to dark skin tones) | Collab with Nydia Nel

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If there is one thing I love, it’s a dramatic eye look. I’ve done a few in the past, however I’ve never experimented with colour before. I was approached by a fellow South African YouTuber, Nydia Nel on Instagram who asked me to recreate an eye look. I asked her why don’t we both do our take on this eye look so that we can do them for different skin tones (my skin tone is relatively darker than Nydia’s). Needless to say, with a week of preparation and a few struggles here and there, we both pulled it off and I could not be happier with the results. She put a lot of hard work into the video and it really shows in the stunning look she put out. Don’t forget to check her out below and subscribe to her channel!

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For this look, we both had different takes on it. I went a bit more dramatic whereas Nydia focuses on more neutral mauve tones in her look. This is the beauty of make-up, it’s different for everyone. With that being said, I think both looks are definitely a great take on our recreation.

THE FINISHED LOOK:

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MAKE-UP DETAILS:

Eyes:

SwiitchBeauty Slays for Days Palette, Unicorn Sauce Palette, Flicks on Fleek Eyeliner

Beauty Treats LA 24 Rose Gold Palette

Eylure London 140 Exaggerate Lashes

Face:

African Extracts Rooibos Day Cream (not featured in the video)

Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser

Rimmel London Match Perfection Foundation in the shade True Nude

LA Girl Pro Conceal in Natural

Catrice Sun Glow Bronzer

The Body Shop Drops of Glow highlighter

Beauty Treats LA Heart Love Blusher Palette

Essence Cosmetics Shine Shine Shine lipgloss

Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water

 

What do you think of the looks? Would you attempt it or is it too out of your comfort zone? I love make-up looks I can recreate, so if you have a suggestion, slide into my Instagram DM’s (I like a challenge!)

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Easy Sultry Vampire Halloween Tutorial

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So I decided that I wanted to film a Halloween tutorial and I absolutely loved the whole process of it! For those of you who don’t know, Halloween isn’t really celebrated here in South Africa so this was definitely something different and a first for me.

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  • Primer: Isabella Garcia Day Defense Moisturizer and Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser
  • Foundation: Charlie Revlon Oil Free Foundation in Golden Beige, you want to go with a foundation that’s much lighter than your actual skin tone because you want to look pale and really drained. Make sure to blend this all the way down to your neck though so that it looks more natural.
  • Eyes: Charlie Revlon Eyeshadow Palette in “The Neutrals” taking black and hollowing out my eyes so that they look sunken in. I couldn’t decide between a cut crease or a smoked out eye which is why I went back and forth with a make-up remover. Eyeliner is Michelle Ori “Feliner” and lashes are Eyelure in 118.
  • Lip is Essence Cosmetics “02 Roaring Red” from the All That Greys collection.
  • Teeth are from Party City King Cake, but you can find these at any party store really.
  • Lastly I just added a bit of fake blood dripping down the sides of my mouth to add that effect.

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