I swear to Glob if any of you are actually nodding your head and thinking 'yes... she is indeed very vain and self-involved'... well I'll just... i'll just... write about you in my diary. HOW DARE YOU?
Seriously, though, I spend an unsettling amount of time thinking about very shallow things. I have a lot of flaws, and this is the most minor of them... so I haven't spent a lot of time correcting it.
What I have spent a lot of time doing is watching make up and hairstyling tutorials on YouTube!!
I thought I would share some of my absolute favorites.
My #1 A+ Gold Star Go-To for make up tutorials is world famous make up genius Lisa Eldridge. I treat the video section of her website as my own personal face closet. I browse it before getting ready for a social event the same way I do my actual closet to find an outfit. (Also I find her voice incredibly relaxing)
Here are my absolute favorites:
1. Grown-up Girly - This is the perfectperfectperfect going out/date make up. This is my absolute favorite out of all of her tutorials and the one I duplicate the most frequently.
2. Gold, Sparkly, Glittery, Glossy - This is the simplest, most awesome party make up. Super terrific for holiday parties! I love this one so hard... I wish I had a party to go to right now so I could wear this again.
3. Chocolate Berry - I love this one for fall. So warm and slightly dramatic without looking overdone.
And now for hair tutorials! My favorite hair tutorials are by the gals at Luxy Hair. Unfortunately because this is a company that sells clip-in hair extensions, you kind of need somewhat long hair in order to make these tutorials useful. I chose my curling wand because of their recommendation and I love it (it's the Cortex 4 in 1 Pro). These ladies basically taught this clueless hair-haver how to curl and style my hair. For going out I rotate one of these two looks.
1. Perfect Curls
2. Easy Everyday Waves
And that is the sum total of my hair styling abilities.
This morning I felt motivated so I decided to try out a tutorial for my Urban Decay Naked Palette. I tried this one because it looked the least drag queen-y. I have to say... it's a lot more eye shadow than I'm used to wearing to work, but I like it! Maybe I should get all gussied up for work more often.
This is the tutorial I used:
Do you have any favorite tutorials you can recommend?