Just thought I would share some fun makeup I did the other day. I call this my peacock eye. With my new short hair I have really been experimenting with my eye makeup to keep a feminine look. For all you ladies a little afraid of going short because its too “boyish” that excuse is no good anymore! This look requires only 5 minutes of extra makeup time, and I was able to achieve it with the E.L.F eye shadow collection from target that only cost $5 and had a ton of different shadows!
To start this look I applied a very thin layer of clear lip gloss all over my eyelid, as a primer that makes the colors much more vivid. Next I used the lightest blue possible as an all over base. Then I took a medium blue and put it on the center of my eyelid. Bright green was then applied to the inner side and blended with the blues and then a dark purple was put on the outer corner and into the crease, as well as a liner along my under lashes. Finish with a few coats of mascara, and wallah! Fun, bright Peacock eyes ;) hope this helps some of you cosmetically challenged ladies become inspired or just adds a few tricks to your makeup kit.
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Beauty is an ever changing industry, and requires a savvy business personality, as well as a tasteful eye, and a steady hand to create the perfect look for each woman to feel great about herself and her do. As a student in the field of cosmetology I believe it is my job to not only master the newest trends, but the tried and true techniques that have been used for decades. That is why my label reads “All hair don’t care”. While it may not be grammatically correct, it reflects my interest and passion for working with all types of hair, whether its straight or kinky, black or blonde, or any age at all. It also describes my excitement for developing a woman’s confidence in herself through her crowning glory, her hair. So come on ladies (and gentlemen) bring your wildest ideas and favorite pictures and together we will bring your look to its fullest potential!
These are a couple example of my earliest updos while in school. While everyday styling has come very naturally to me, special occasion hair has been one of my biggest challenges, but thankfully we have had lots of time to practice and refine our skills. Now I am ready for any prom season or wedding ceremony that strikes.