Sparkly green Arabic Glam


I love when someone wants me to push boundaries, she allowed me to take free reign and barely looked in the mirror. I appreciated the trust fully. And she was very impressed with the results. For transformational before and afters please follow me on Snapchat: Melmakeup7

The details used for this particular look are as follows:

Primer: Nivea Post Shave Balm

Foundation: Mac Cosmetics N37

Concealer: Tarte Concealer medium sand

Blusher: Mac Cosmetics Desert Rose

Powder: Kat Von D Shade and Light contour palette

Contour and Highlight: LA girl Cosmetics HD Concealer Beautiful Bronze

Eyeshadow: Urban Decay Vice Palette 4

Bronzer: Mac Cosmetics Golden Defined

Highlighter: Laura Mercier Eye shadow

Eyeliner: Inglot Blackest Black Gel Eyeliner and Mac Cosmetics Liquid liner

Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow in Ebony

Mascara: Lorac Mascara

Setting Spray: Mac Cosmetics Fix + Spray

Lipstick: Mac Cosmetics Stone and Stripdown

Lip Liner: Kinda Sexy

Cat eyes

After some time off (and not out of choice) I am back with this cat eye eyeliner look. I have not exaggerated the eyeliner too much I may do an exaggerated eyeliner one day in the near future. I’m all about manipulating products to accentuate features. Whether it be light and dark to create depth in a person’s features in this case I have used eyeliner to make my eyes appear larger. As I have really small eyes. For the liner  the inner corners I extended the eyeliner right above my tear duct and connected a small point below the tear duct as well as extending my eyeliner further on the outer corner of my eyes. N.B This look would not compliment someone with close-set eyes.   And for added pizzazz (lol) I’m wearing Solotica lenses.

 Cat eye eyeliner Cat eye eyeliner make up

The details used for this particular look are as follows: Concealer: Laura Mercier and Mac Pro Conceal in NC20 Powder: Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit Palette in Banana and Havana along with Laura Mercier translucent powder Contour: LA Girl Cosmetics Pro Conceal in Beautiful Bronze Foundation: Giorgio Armani Luminous silk foundation Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade in Chocolate Eyeshadow: Urban Decay Naked 2 palette Bronzer: Havana by Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Palette Blusher: Benefit Coralista Highlighter: Nars Highlighter Eyeliner: Inglot Gel Eyeliner in 77 (blackest black), Mac liquid Liner Mascara: Lorac Setting Spray: Mac’s Fix + spray to set Lips: Mac Cosmetics Whirl lip liner and Velvet Teddy lipstick also by Mac Lashes: Ardell Full Wispies and Eyelure Individual lashes on the outer corners

Bridal Make Up

When bridal make up is concerned there is are so many options to go for, conventionally clients prefer a natural look.

For a more natural look, I do encourage my clients to have something accentuated whether it be the lips or eyes or even skin and contour.

For this look in particular I worked on the skin and winged eyeliner. There are no rules when bridal make up is concerned and for a vintage liner and hair, this particular eye make up compliments ALL eyes, even hooded eyes.

As I have an issue with my mega small eyes I feel comfortable having nude eyeliner in my water line to create the illusion they are larger than what they are.





The details used for this particular look are as follows:

Concealer: Mac Pro Finish NW20

Powder: Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit Palette in Banana and Havana

Foundation: Mac Studio Fix Fluid in NC20

Brows: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade in Chocolate

Eyeshadow: Pony, Verve, Tease, Suspect Bootycall, Blackout all from the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette

Bronzer: Mac Golden Refined

Blusher: Mac cosmetics desert rose

Highlighter: Nars Highlight

Eyeliner: Inglot Gel Eyeliner in 77 (blackest black) Nyx jumbo pencil in milk, and Rimmel nude eyeliner.

Mascara: Benefit Bad Gal mascara

Setting Spray: Mac’s Fix + spray to set

Lips: Mac strip down lip liner and kinda sexy by Mac

Retro Beauty

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Lorac Pro Palette

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Vice Palette 2

Any excuse for me to get experimental and I’m there. I am loving this look I did using the Urban Decay Vice Palette 2, seeing as I’m an Urban Decay addict I find all my post so far have been about these shadows – I will change the record; I promise. Along with the naked palettes this palette has been my ‘go to’ palette, as it has colours for most occasions with it’s reasonable mixture of velvety blends and matte shadows it’s perfect. Not very often would I wear pink especially on my eyes but it looks so pretty teamed up with your not so usual gold shadow ‘Blitz’ and Pink ‘Coax’ (who comes up with these names?). The new 2014 Vice Palette is already out and cannot wait to get my mitts on that too, and with them being limited edition I waste no time in buying them.

Vice Palette 2

Vice Palette 2

The details used for this particular look are as follows: 

Vice Palette 2 look

Foundation: Mac Studio Fix – NC20

Contour: Mac studio Finish and corrector  NC45

Concealer: Mac Studio Finish NC20

Powder: Ben Nye powder

Brows: Urban Decay Vice Palette ‘Rewind’

Bronzer: Mac’s Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit in Havana

Blusher: Nars ‘Orgasm Blush’

Highlighter: Mac’s ‘Belightful’

Eyeshadow: Urban Decay Vice Palette 2 – Blitz, Coax, Voodoo,X-Rated and  Betreyal

Eyeliner: Lorac’s Eyeliner Pen ‘Draw the Line’

Mac’s Fascinating

Mascara: Lorac Pro Mascara

Lipstick: Mac’s Kinda Sexy

Setting Spray: Mac’s Fix + spray to set

Lashes: Ardell demi wispies

Urban Decay Naked 1 Palette

In true Throwback Thursday style I have written a post on a look I did a while back. Which is so wearable from the Urban Decay Naked 1 Palette which is most shimmery and works so well with warm undertones. I … Continue reading

Arabic feline

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