We all know our lady’s got an eccentric sense of style and her latest way to make a statement? Geisha-inspired lips – a look that was spotted at Dior’s Fall 2009 show.
I personally think Gaga pulled it off quite well. What about you guys? Share your thoughts!
Credit image: Gossip Girls.com
Celebrity Makeup Breakdown: Lady Gaga
Jennifer (makyjen) from the UK! Congratulations! I will get in touch with you shortly =)
As for everyone else, thank you so much for taking part in the giveaway! If you did not win this time, you can always try your luck in my Revlon Fantasy Lengths Fake Eyelashes Giveaway!
Model Angelababy ditched her heavy makeup and opted for a more natural yet totally cute look in the 2% Spring/Summer 2009 Campaign.
How To Dupe The Look
My local Bobbi Brown counter already has the latest Summer 2009 Nautical Collection out so here’s a quick review and some swatches for you ladies =)
Sheer Color Lip Gloss ($20)
Sheer Color Cheek Tint ($22)
These are a *lot* tinier than I expected but so cute! They go on very smooth and leave behind a slightly wet finish. They also contain really fine shimmer which tends to show up more when the product dries up. My picks for the summer? Sheer Raspberry, Sheer Pink and Sheer Coral.
These look totally yummy in the tubes and remind me of MAC’s LipGelee but just as the name suggests, they are super sheer and will not give a lot of color.
So I have already gone through the Basic Rules On How To Apply Concealer and the Different Tools You Can Use with you ladies. Now here is a brief tutorial on how to apply concealer to camouflage those nasty undereye circles that we all hate.
Before you start, figure out where your circles are by tilting your head down and looking into a mirror. For most people, it starts from the inner corner of the eye right by the nose.
Step 1. Apply a creamy concealer onto circles and dark areas. Since I am not wearing foundation here, I am using more concealer than needed to show a better effect.
For liquid concealer, apply three tiny dots of the product starting from the inner corner of the eye.