Have you ever spent a White Christmas?
It was not until my 17th Christmas did I see and touch snow. My family and I were vacationing in Korea and my dad's Korean friend said it was probably not going to snow that year. We were actually not too disappointed by that as the trip to Muju Island to ski on the mountains was enough to keep us all excited.
On Christmas morning I was the first to wake up and through my half-opened, blurry eyes, saw white flakes descending outside our window. IT SNOWED ON CHRISTMAS MORNING!!! 😀 GOODNESS! Pure exhilaration filled the room as my two younger brothers, who were only 8 and 9 year-olds then, squealed in delight and jumped around in the room.
It was extremely cold outside but it was so heartwarming to finally be able to extend my hand and have snow flakes falling onto my palm. Yes, I licked them up. 😛
At 17 years of age, I wore not a single trace of makeup. There, I just brought this post back to topic. Haha!
So here's today's face and silver-blue eye makeup tutorial!
Eyeshadow Primer – UDPP Eden
Eyelid 2/3 – Kat Von D Beethoven Palette Speed Blue
Eyelid Outer 1/3 - L'Oreal HiP Metallic Duo Platinum (the silver side)
Contour Area – MAC Satin Taupe
Outer V – None
Highlight – NYX Single Eyeshadow White Pearl
Inner Corner – L'Oreal HiP Metallic Duo Platinum (the silver side)
Lower Lash Line – NYX Single Eyeshadow Morocco, NYX Trio Eyeshadow Dark Brown
Eyelash Primer – Shiseido Nourishing Mascara Base
Eyebrow – NYX Auto Eyebrow Pencil EP05 Dark Brown
Face Primer – Monistat Chafing Relief Powder-gel
Foundation – Bourjois Flower Perfectionn Foundation
Face Contouring Powder – NYC Brozner Sunny
Cheekbone Highlight – MAC Beauty Powder Too Chic
Blush – Milani Baked Powder Blush 05 Luminoso
For those who have never seen snow, in which country would you like your first snow experience to be?
For those who have, how fat/tall was the BIGGEST snowman you ever created? 😀
How-To Apply Eye Makeup Tutorials:
Part 1: Where to Apply Eyeshadow
Part 2: Horizontal Gradient Method
Part 3: Defining the Outer V
Part 4: Defining the Contour Area
Part 5: Vertical Gradient Method