And going back, here’s my take on Liza’s look. It’s really a very simple look anyone can pull off in less than 10 minutes. My raw filming footage is less than 12 minutes, so I am sure this is very easy to pull off!
For the powders, I used Clear Smooth to set my base makeup and V-Face Duo Powder (medium) for my contour.
And as for the lashes, I am sooo in love with Hypercurl. It’s even prettier when views up close!!! It’s not very hard to remove at the end of the day (most of my oil based removers can get this off easily), and the effect is crazy good, so it’s worth the effort to remove. I don’t know if it’s just me, but I’m normally iffy about using mascara if I know it’s hard to remove at the end of the day and doesn’t work well enough to make it worth the effort at the end of the day to remove. There are many waterproof/lifeproof/smudgeproof mascaras out there, but not a lot of them are able to keep curls up the whole day or volumize the lashes in a flattering way (not in a clumpy way).
That’s why I weigh the pros and cons hahaha. But as of late, I’ve been reaching out for this mascara for trips and events because it’s pretty and relatively manageable to remove at the same time.
As for the eyeshadow, Color Tattoo tubs do become chunky after awhile, so for even application, one will really need to use a precision kabuki brush. And I reaaally love Fashion Brow’s effects! It blends so easily. I used it for my gradpic recently even if no one required me to use it; it’s just that good.