Enjoy! xoxo Carlie
My wonderful girlfriend Retro Dee and I decided for our latest collaboration, we would recreate the cute Little Twin Stars that we both loved as a child. For this collaboration, I am LaLa with my pink hair and makeup while Dee portrayed Kiki with her blue and teal hair and makeup. We both made our photos look vintage/polaroid style which look completely amazing. Dee and I look so cute in our matching Little Twin Stars tops as well. Enjoy our photos and stay tuned for the next collaboration, Retro Dee and I already have in the works and make sure to check out her amazing Retro Vintage Blog: retrodee.wordpress.com
The makeup I wore was from my special edition Sugarpill Cosmetics, Little Twin Stars collection, duh. On my eyes, I wore “Sky Candy,” and under my brow bone, I wore “Dream Dust” and “Cloud Maker.” I used my gorgeous La Mer setting powder and on my lips I used the Sugarpill Little Twin Star liquid lipstick in “Lala,” but also did a few extra shots at the end wearing my matching Little Twin Star lipstick in, “Kiki.”
Very soon I will be doing a FULL FEATURE AND INTERVIEW with one of my close friends, Kate who started her own beauty and makeup company, PUNK GAL GLAM.
I’m so excited to be an affiliate for my good friend Kate’s cosmetic business, Punk Glam Girl. She is such a sweetie and very talented with the products she put out. I love using her products and plan on taking photos of me wearing some of her goodies to post here. The first items I bought from Punk Gal Glam, were, “See You Next Fall,” which has the cutest different color leaves. The other item I bought with that was, “Punk’s Not Dead,” which has musical notes that look like my foot tattoo. I love them both. Wait until you see me wearing them.
Like I said above, I’ll be doing a full feature on Kate’s business including lots of gorgeous photos and more so stay tuned!
If you want to check out her site now, it’s punkgalglam.com AND MAKE SURE TO DROP MY COUPON CODE: PUNKCAR15 to get a wonderful discount. Her stuff is amazing. If you have any questions, definitely leave them in the comment section below!
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! LET’S MAKE 2020 A GREAT AND POSITIVE YEAR! A LOT OF YOU KNOW THIS WAS A HARD FOR ME BUT THANK GOODNESS FOR MY CLOSE FRIENDS, EVEN IF THEY DON’T LIVE CLOSE BY, AND THANK GOD FOR MY PARENTS AND CERTAIN FAMILY MEMBERS!
This video through my youtube webcam was sooooo much fun to shoot a few days ago. I wanted this topic to be the last youtube video I shot for 2019 and it turned out wonderfully. Check out my TOP 10 FAVORITE BEAUTY PRODUCTS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN OF 2019. WATCH MY LAST FUN FABULOUS YOUTUBE VIDEO AND LEAVE ME SOME FUN COMMENTS AND/OR ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BRAND OR PRODUCTS I LIST AND MENTION. OH AND MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY!!!
I love you all and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!
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Here’s the makeup star list I wore in my video and thumbnail:
Primer: Putty Primer from E.L.F
Foundation: Soap & Glory KICK ASS all day wear, shade 01
Concealer: Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser dark circles and all over concealer.
Setting Powder: Coty AirSpun Translucent Loose Setting Powder
Brightening Powder: Laura Mercier translucent brightening powder
Eye Makeup: Blue blood, Mintea, and Cullinan from Jeffree Star Cosmetics, BLUE BLOOD PALETTE and Mystic Ice from my CELESTIAL THUNDER PALETTE from Dominque Cosmetics.
Glitter Eye Makeup: The colors, Earthless, Between the Shadow, and Famine glitter colors from my HAUNTED glitter palette from Dear Katie Brown.
Blush: Girl on Girl from Trixie Cosmetics
Highlighter: After School Special from Trixie Cosmetics
Lipstick/s: For my thumbnail, I used Diamond from the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Family collection. In my video, I wear Sky High gloss from Jeffree Star Cosmetics.
Setting Spray: Urban Decay All-Nighter
I decided to amp up my Snow White tutorial. Like in part one of my Snow White tutorial, since I’m a witch, I countered the evil queen/old with poison apple spell and I survived. Because of that, I added a few more steps to part one of my Snow White tutorial. I didn’t redo my entire face, I just added a few more fun steps and did a quick video at the end. Enjoy!
For my eyes, I used my brand new Jolie Beauty Lash Lock glue, which I love, and applied “Carol Anne” from Trixie Cosmetics to the upper and lower inner corner of my eyes over my “Tako” shadow. After that, I used the glue again to apply “Slime Time” from Trixie Cosmetics on the upper eye lids right above my eyeliner all the way to the end. I did the same thing with “Slime Time” under the eye as well. Once I fanned the glitter dry, I re applied a thicker layer of my cake liner and then applied my mascara to my bottom lashes.
I wanted to amp up my Snow White look but not so much where I don’t look like her anymore.
Since I didn’t have any highlighter on obviously because Snow White didn’t wear highlighter, I decided to use my sparkly beautiful “Candy Apply Drip” Supreme Frost highlighter from Jeffree Star Cosmetics. I mean could it have been a more perfect name and color for this look?
I wanted to pump up my ruby red lips up a bit so I applied the luscious E.L.F Cosmetics, Jelly Pop, juicy gloss in, “Cherry Pop” to just the center of my lips.
I’m very pleased how this second part of my Snow White makeup tutorial look turned out. It was really fun and I had been wanting to do this look for awhile. I hope you all enjoy this and try either of these looks out for yourself.
OH AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!
Good morning everyone. I’ve said this many times but for those who didn’t know, my nickname is “Snow White,” and has been since I was little due to my really dark hair, brown eyes, and fair skin. My family members and friends still call me that. Because of this and that I’ve always loved Snow White and have embraced having her as my nickname I decided to do a Snow White tutorial. Her look is very on point to my beauty style, hence why I get called her, and wanted to show step by step instructions to create a fairy tale Snow White makeup look.
Now this makeup look is very beautiful and very simple so I decided to do a two part makeup Snow White tutorial; THE FIRST STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL HERE IS MY SNOW WHITE TUTORIAL BEFORE SHE EATS THE POISON APPLE BY THE EVIL QUEEN/WITCH.
THE SECOND TUTORIAL COMING UP AFTER THIS, IS MY PERSONAL SNOW WHITE TUTORIAL AFTER SHE EATS AND SURVIVES THE APPLE! OF COURSE SHE SURVIVES THE POISON, SHE GETS POISONED BY A WITCH AND SHE IS SNOW WHITE, WHICH IS MY NICKNAME AND I’M A WITCH! BOOM!!!!
Here is my first innocent Snow White step by step tutorial. It’s a a very simple tutorial that anyone can wear on a daily basis. It’s a very beautiful vintage Disney look that anyone of any skin tone can pull off. I’ll tell you exact what I did to create this look plus the products I used:
For my first step, I applied my foundation with a beauty blender and I used Marc Jacobs Re(Marc)able full coverage foundation. It’s great full coverage so I didn’t need concealer.
The second thing I did after applying my foundation was to set it with powder. I decided to use my gorgeous LaMer setting powder. That setting powder is definitely a luxury powder and has very fine mica sparkles in it to give your face a soft beautiful finish. Under my eyes, I used the Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder to help make my eyes sparkle even more.
The third step was doing my eye makeup. This is very easy to recreate. Snow White didn’t really wear eye shadow or eyeliner, especially my signature pinup winged liner. She was a natural beauty. I still wanted to give her a light eye definition so this was I used:
For eyeshadow, I first used my “Tako” white shadow from Sugar pill just in the inner corners. Then I used my classic favorite nude eyeshadow Revlon color stay quad and took the lightest color and swept it all over my eyelid. I wanted to give my crease a light definition so from the same Revlon quad palette, “Addictive 500,” I took the second to lightest shade with the same brush I used before and swept it the crease.
For eyeliner, I used my Laura Mercier cake eyeliner to give a little definition. Again I wasn’t planning on doing a big wing so I used the cake liner just to simply line my eyes making them look bigger. I curled my lashes and applied my Clinique High Impact mascara just on my top lashes. Again the purpose of this makeup look is basically to make the eyes look bigger like Snow White.
For my brows I kept them natural and just used the dark brown brow gel from Brow Bar by Reema just to keep the hairs in place.
After that I applied a soft pink blush to just the apples of my cheeks to give a natural flushed look. For my blush, I used my MAC Peony Pink blush.
For my last step for this look, all I had left was lipstick. Snow White had beautiful red lips so finding a good red lip color was very easy for me. I used the 24/7 Urban Decay lip liner in 714 and my Jeffree Star Velour liquid lip in “Cherry Wet.” I then set my makeup with my new cherry matte setting spray from Pacifica beauty.
Those are all my steps to create my “Snow White” makeup tutorial, (before she eats the poison apple.) Stay tuned for part 2 of this tutorial to see what I look like after surviving the poison.
The Poison Apple and Snow White necklace are from my girl Luna Moon Gothic and my flower apple hair clip is from Pinups and Pearls.