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I ordered my e.l.f. Studio Kabuki Face Brush online and it's one of the items I purchased in my e.l.f. Makeup Haul. This really has to be the best affordable Kabuki brushes there is at the moment, the quality is incredible.
Your e.l.f. Studio Kabuki face brush comes packed in a nice safe package, where it will stay in place and retain it's beautiful fluffy shape. I'ts easy to view the brush in the package too, so If you stop at the store and take a look you can easily view it.
Amazing! only about $6
Where I purchased:
Product Details: (details from Eyeslipsface.com)
Anti bacterial, synthetic haired Talklon brush, and absorbent. Brush can be used with wet or dry products. Brush provides a light to full coverage and is compact enough to control application of a bronzer powder or a hightlighter on your skin.
Dense brush with black and white synthetic hair. Handle is a black metal.
The feel of this brush is amazing, It is very dense and soft. The brush is very fluffy and the coverage it gives is light but it can be full coverage. I don't like to apply too much powder so this brush is perfect for me. I've used this brush to apply my pressed powder foundation and a loose powder highlighter. I love the fact that it distributes an even coverage where needed. It's compact enough to carry in your makeup bag so I do carry it with me. I don't think I have any cons to share about this Kabuki, I just simply love it and I feel the need to buy a few more and hoard them away somewhere safe...it's the truth. Take a look at the short clip and see the amazing density this brush has.
Hi Everyone I have been nominated by the lovely and talented Lisa Smyth for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award
Please read her post at The China Doll Diaries
Thank you Lisa!!!
There are just a few award rules:
1.Thank and link the amazing person that nominated you.
2.List the rules as well and display the award.
3.Share seven facts about yourself.
4.Nominate fifteen other amazing blogs and remember to comment on their blogs to let them know you've nominated them. (provide a link to your post)
5.This rule is optional you can proudly display the award logo anywhere on your blog e.g. on your sidebar and also follow the blogger that nominated you.
So these are my little facts:
1. I rarely wear my hair up, I always like it down...but that could change soon.
2. My favorite movies are scary ones
3. My Birthday is Nov 2nd, the day of the dead!
4. I am a huge fan of The Walking Dead...Daryl!!!
5. My favorite food is Sushi or any seafood
6. I love to wear black...too much maybe
7. I bleach my super dark eyebrows to match my hair and skin tone.
And...... my nominees are:
Amy Lee Jackson
These are all talented and amazing bloggers! Hope you all enjoy participating. and I hope you check out all their blogs!
I originally purchased three pairs from House of Lashes, two in Siren and one in Au Naturale. I picked two of Siren because Just knowing I would love this pair. I mainly love this pair for night time looks so I also picked "Au Naturale" for a more natural day look. In this review I will be reviewing "Siren", I have not used the other pair "Au Naturale" yet, but as soon I do I will definitely review them too.
Today I am happy to share with you this look I think is great for a night out. This is one of the looks I normally like to use, but this time I am using smudge pots instead of my normal eyeshadow.
Now that my face is a blank canvas I start on my eyes, I had to use a later photograph below since my original did not appear clear enough. Below are the steps I took on my eyes to achieve this look.
Next, I curled my lashes and added a clear coat of mascara. I use the clear mascara just to keep my lashes together so I can easily place the lashes since I'm not so good at placing the lashes on right the first time. Next I add my House of Lashes in Siren and curl my lashes again if needed. I just really love these lashes. They makes the eye appear more wide and bright. After I placed both false lashes I lined the inner rim of my eyes with e.l.f. Studio Kohl Eyeliner for a more dramatic look. I also applied Covergirl Mascara in Very black on my bottom lashes only.
Next, I finished up the look by contouring with my Milk Chocolate Soleil Light/Medium Matte Bronzer from Too Faced. I buffed in my bronzer with my angled blush brush from Bh Cosmetics, applying where indicated in the photo below on both sides of my face. I added a small amount of a high lighter powder to the top of my cheek bones and right above my eyebrows. Next I swept both blushes from my Bh Cosmetics Nude Palette (shown above with other eye products) using the lightest color towards my cheek bones and the darker one below.
Finally, I lined my lips with my new e.l.f. Studio Matte Lip Color in Natural and filled in my entire lip. I then applied a clear shimmery lip gloss. This look honestly didn't take as long as I thought, the smudge pot color actually helped on cutting down the time it takes to do my eyes. I can't wait to try more colors, I'm super excited!
Well I hope you enjoyed this tutorial if you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave me one, I would love to see what you think.