Monday, April 14, 2014


Prom season is finally here in full effect. I know just how frustrating it can be to figure out what you will wear, how you will style your hair, and how to apply your makeup. I may not be able to go dress shopping with you or style your hair, but I can certainly provide inspiration for your makeup on this special day. Purchasing a dress, and getting your hair done can add up very quickly and can be a heavy burden to the wallet of a teenager. Finding ways to cut down your prom expenses can start with doing your own makeup. I used very affordable products in this video tutorial; most of which can be found at your local drugstores. To successfully create this look you will need a variety of matte shades and shimmery shades. You can choose to use what you already have in your collection or purchase some or all of the products listed below to achieve this look. I hope you ladies enjoy. Please let me know if I can be of any other assistance in this stage of getting ready for your prom experience.
Products used: Hard Candy: Sheer Face Primer Revlon: Nearly Naked, 290 Cappuccino Sonja Kashuk: Eye on Neutral Palette Maybelline Fit Me Concealer: Cafe Cafe Milani Face Powder: Dark Tan Ben Nye: Translucent Face Powder, Sienna Urban Decay: Primer Potion (but feel free to use Milani eyeshadow primer as a budget friendly substitute or whatever you may already have) Wet n' Wild: Comfort Zone Palette Wet n' Wild: Cloud Nine Palette Hard Candy: So Baked Bronzer, Tiki Jordana: Fabuliner L'oreal: Voluminous False Fiber Lashes Mascara L'oreal: Telescopic Mascara Duo Adhesive Lash Glue Super Nails Glitter: Sunset Black Radiance Pressed Powder: Ebony FX Blush: Garner ( but feel free to use a Milani baked blush as a budget friendly substitute or whatever you may have in your collection) Milani Color Statement Pencil: True Red MAC: Ruby Woo (use whatever you already have or Milani Best Red matte lipstick) Graftobian Hi-Def Glamour Creme: Burnt Amber

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