3 Eyeshadow Makeup Looks For Vampy Lips | Clozette

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If you're looking for a new makeup look and a lip colour for the season, search no further because we have the Autumn season favourite MOTD breaking the Youtube Tutorial world. Yup! It's vampy lip season once more and we couldn't be happier! But, how do you come up with the perfect MOTD for this pair of statement lip look? 


Time to bring out those cranberries, cherry reds, and dark purples because we've got the perfect eyeshadow looks for you to match them all! 


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Vampy Makeup Tutorial | Winged Eye Liner, Brown Eyes & Vampy Lips

by Katerina Beauty Blog 



For a dark plum lip colour, add drama to your MOTD by wearing the classic smokey eye. Start with your usual primer and your usual crease shade. Then, add black to your outer lid and gradually build the colour up. Make sure you blend it in your crease for that smokey effect. Lastly, add a bit of dark purple shade on your lower lash line to match the dark plum lippie!

QUICK + EASY Wearable Vampy Makeup 

by Kaushal Beauty




For a quick and wearable type of vampy look you need a few products: eyeliner, mascara, and an ashy brown eyeshadow shade. After priming your lids, skip the fancy colours and simply apply your ashy brown shade on your crease and your lower lashline, wing out your eyeliner, and add mascara on your upper lower lashes! Pair it with your "everyday" dark lippie, best if it's more on the dark brown side, for a vampy elegant MOTD. 



Sunset Eyes & Vampy Lips Makeup Tutorial

by BabsBeauty 




If you're feeling more artistic and adventurous with your makeup look, pair your plum lippie with a glittery, sunset eyeshadow look! Bring out your oranges, pinks, purples, and your foiled pink eyeshadow, blend it in starting from the outer V of your eye and work you way in. Add the classic winged eyeliner and apply your deep plum lipstick!


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Which look are you excited to try? Let us know in the comments below!

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From the early days of home-made remedies that uses natural ingredients to heal skin concerns such as uneven skintone and acne, skincare has certainly come a long way--with most ranges now rooted in cosmetic chemistry to create skincare products that are able to target a wider range of concerns, from hyper-pigmentation to anti-ageing.


But there are still a few vintage skincare remedies that will always be good for the skin and should still be a mainstay in any beauty regimen. So even if you may already have a fancy skincare routine set in place, it's always good to take a step back into time and give your skin a natural skincare treat that's safer and more gentle on the skin.


Here are 4 vintage skincare tips that have been tried, tested, and trusted through the years. 


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Milk Bath



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Mixing a little milk in your bathwater has been known to be a great way to quickly moisturise and soften your skin. To do this at home, draw a warm bath in the tub and mix in a couple of cups of whole milk and take a relaxing soak to give your skin time to absorb the benefits. This is great if your skin is looking and feeling dry and flaky. 

Petroleum Jelly



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Petroleum Jelly such as Vaseline has been around since the 1800s and used by ladies from the past as a cleanser and moisturiser--healing chapped lips, skin, and keeping their skin soft and supple. While it's not the most glamorous product out there, using Vaseline has been touted by celebrities as Marilyn Monroe and Tyra Banks as the secret to their good skin. Apply a thin later of vaseline to the areas of your skin that needs that boost of extra moisture, such as under your eyes, hands, and elbows.


Oats & Honey



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A face mask made of oats and honey has been a trusted favourite over the years, with the oats gently exfoliating and calming your skin while the honey keeps it soft and supple. Mix a little oats, honey, and extra virgin olive oil and apply the mixture liberally all over your face. Keep it on for at least 20 minutes and rinse off with warm water.


Cucumber



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If you want a more natural way to de-puff your eyes, keep sliced cucumbers in the refrigerator for a quick pick-me-up whenever your eyes are feeling dry, tired, and puffy. Keep the cucumbers on your eyes for at least 10 minutes to give it time to work its magic. 

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Have other vintage skincare tips that you love? Share it with us in the comment box below!


Milk Bath



(photo from musicalhouses)


Mixing a little milk in your bathwater has been known to be a great way to quickly moisturise and soften your skin. To do this at home, draw a warm bath in the tub and mix in a couple of cups of whole milk and take a relaxing soak to give your skin time to absorb the benefits. This is great if your skin is looking and feeling dry and flaky. 
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Buying makeup in a beauty store is never easy, especially when it comes to selecting brushes. How do you know which is best to use when applying foundation, or your blush and highlighter? With so many brushes out there, we understand that it can get confusing!


But worry not because we’ve narrowed it down to the 8 makeup brushes you will ever need. If you’re not planning to be a professional makeup artist, these are the only makeup brushes that you need in your makeup kit.


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Foundation Brush



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Whether it has a flat-headed or tapered shape, this brush makes blending foundation on the skin super easy. Use this brush to apply concealers, foundations, tinted moisturizers, BB creams, liquid highlighters and basically all cream facee products.

Powder Brush



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This brush is perfect when applying, blending or contouring powder products evenly and flawlessly



Angled Blush Brush



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The slant of this brush fits perfectly under your cheekbones to contour without streaking.



All-Over Eyeshadow Brush



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This brush will give your lids a smooth finish and help deposit color on the lids. Look for a brush with a head that's the width of your eyelid so shadow goes on in one swipe.






Eye shadow Blending Brush



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Use this brush to define your lids. It’s the perfect brush to create that perfect smokey eye makeup. You can also use this brush to blend highlighter along the tops of your cheekbones or the ridge of your upper lip



Angled-Liner Brush



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Have you always wanted to perfect the winged liner, with sharp, precise lines? This brush gets the job done. Alternatively, you can also use this brush to fill-in your brows.



Eyelash Comb & Brush



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Use this double-ended brush to shape and style eyebrows and separate lashes after mascara application.



Lip Brush 



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This brush will help you define the contours of your lip. Use this tool to fill your lips with the color you desire.


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What’s your favourite makeup brush to use? Let us know in the comments below!


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