Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Daytime Neutral Look Tutorial

After some postless days, I finally edited the video I did last week. I just ended up doing it cuz I woke up around 4 am and couldn't go back to sleep, and I just finished right now (6:30 am). It took awhile... a long while. Anyway, I finally finished it!!! I'll try to do another video tutorial today since I don't work today (who knows when I'll edit that again). Ok now I have to get ready for my class. Sorry no pictures... hopefully the video is clear enough for you to see how it looks like.

This is what I usually wear to work since I do work in corporate America (I don't think they're too fond of super bright eyeshadows). Anyway, it's very minimal but I think it makes me look a bit more awake compared to sans makeup. I usually don't line my upper lashline during the daytime, so it's more natural and subtle look with just a touch of color. It's my on-the-go look type of thing.

What I used (MAC unless otherwise stated):

FACE
Everyday Minerals in Buttered Tan (semi-matte)


CHEEKS
Coppertone blush
Your Ladyship pigment


EYES
Woodwinked e/s (my favorite e/s!!!)
Brun e/s
Engaging MES (white part)
Estee Lauder Projectionist mascara

LIPS
Valentine's Lipgelee




*The song was a tad bit short at the end xP

8 comments:

  1. yay! what a great tut...you look so fresh and pretty at the end...and it was really easy to follow...you go girl!

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  2. Hi! I found your blog after seeing your comment on Stephie's. Great tutorial... You are so pretty :)

    If you don't mind me asking, what state does your friend who will work at KPMG live? Just wondering for salary comparison between states, LOL! Thanks!

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  3. very pretty look! (followed your link from ABB)

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  4. Thanks guys!!!!

    May: My friend will actually be starting at the KPMG in Downtown LA (Los Angeles). I see your an accountant! more power to you for being able to handle the grueling work (i just don't have the patience hehehe)

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  5. Great tutorial! I just started reading your blog and I love it. :)

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