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Tag Archives: Nuala Campbell Makeup Artist
Links for the product and brushes used are below the video.
As always, please feel free to email me any requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefit Cosmetics ‘Fine-One-One’ – £23.50
Deluxe Duo Fibre Shadow Brush – £5.49
Mini Duo Fibre Blender Brush – £7.39
If you read my earlier article on ‘Creating a daytime look which is Barely There’, a few of you asked for this in a video tutorial format, so I have answered your requests. Here is my video tutorial to create a lovely subtle day-time eye look at a minimal cost.
I have listed all the products and brushes below which I used. The brushes are quite expensive, but there is no need to use these specific brushes, you can create this with even one basic eyeshadow brush.
The Boots SEVENTEEN Eye-Shadow trio is priced at only £5.49 so you can create this look at a minimal cost.
As per usual, I love your feedback so try it out for yourself and let me know how you get on.
Keep the requests coming!
Click on the links to go straight to the products:
M.A.C – 227 Large Fluff Brush – £22.00
M.A.C 217 Blending Brush – £17.00
M.A.C 239 Eye Shader Brush – £19.00
I have been listening to your requests for what you would like to see in my published articles. I have created a number of videos as per your requests. So you go, an easy tutorial video on how to highlight and contour your face. I have been trying out some Lush Cosmetic’s Make-up products this week so I used those to demonstrate. However, these techniques can be used with any products.
I hope you enjoy the video. You will find links below for the tools and products used in the tutorial.
Feel free to leave me a comment a let me know what you think, or if there are other areas you would like me to v-blog on.
Skin Drink Moisturiser – £11.95
Feeling Younger Highlighter – £12.00
Light Pink Colour Supplement – £8.50
Jackie Oates Colour Supplement – £8.50
Charisma Skin Tint – £12.00
Emotional Brilliance Face Powder – £12.00
It Started with a Kiss – Lip Tint – £5.50
Mini Duo Fibre Blending Brush – £7.39