Wednesday, February 9, 2011

MORE Spring 2011 trends

 Nails
 Classic Red

The no-color color
Deep Grape


Burgundy/Red Wine

OPI Ya'll come back Ya hear?

and

OPIGuy Meets Gal-vseton, $8.50 each
 MAKE-UP:

EYES---Do Smoky and Amped-up eyes:

Here are some tested and true eye-shadows coming in as best for their category:

*Longest wearing: Buxom "stay-there" $17

*Best for evening- Hard Eye Candy "eye def", $6

*Best-splurge-buberry beauty sheer eye shadow $29

*Best budget-e.l.f. studio eyeshadow cream, $3

 *Most wearable range of shadows, Revlon luxurious color eye shadow, $5

 *False lashes are IN and getting more and more popular, Illamaqua brand is $16 and great!
 *Perfect skin: put primer between skin and foundation, add a little radiance glow and and little golden highlighting.

LIPS---bright lips, again, hot pink, orange...use a nude pencil to keep the lipstick lines in



CHEEKS---flushed cheeks, bright merry, fake a flush look. Put on a good bright layer of blush and brush on mineral powder foundation or some skin colored powder over top, for the blush to peek through and not look clownish.



CLOTHES---
Fun Prints:

Polkadots-


Lace-




Another color of the season: Orange and what to pair it with

Orange and Navy-



 Orange and Hot Pink(no soft pinks)-




 Orange and Violet-


 Also, white, brights, and nuetrals






Age-Appropriate:

 20's---throw in some animal prints, just keep it classy, not tacky, if you don't know how to pull off the look well in clothes, add in some animal print accessories


30's---Throw in some bright red...ravish in it. and show your powerful beauty. Not everyone looks great in bright red, so you can go to the red shade you do look good in.


 40's---mix and match 70's inspired colors, jewel toned purple and green with hot pink and bright orange


50's---wear it classic with a modern twist, such as a hot pink.orange shoe, with neutral clothes, or a geometric ring or bracelet


 60's---Fresh patterns of deep Blue

70's+ ---go for bold, funky prints in neutral colors


What's IN and what's OUT

Decade---70's hippie dressing is IN and 80's power suits are OUT(thank God)
Prints---Botanicals are IN and Liberty Patterns are OUT
Sandals---Flat Platforms are IN and Too-high wedges are OUT
Accessories---Structured flap bags are IN and flashy hobos are OUT
Dresses---Bright and Bold are IN and Camel on camel are OUT
Suits---Classics with wit are IN and Serious sartorialism are OUT



Life Happens, Mariah

3 comments:

Heidi said...

Have you worn fake eyelashes? I really want to try them but they scare me.

Heidi said...

And btw I love your blog :) Super awesome

Mariah said...

hey Heidi, I bought false lashes from E.L.F. but the glue was all dried up. It didn't work so well, but I got a taste of what I look like, it was fun. I don't recommend their line though. I haven't tried another brand yet, since I don't have the finances to cover it. BUT I've heard a lot of great things about a couple higher end brands. The thing they say is to buy the kind of lashes that intermittently vary in length. Or just the individual lashes you can spread along your lashline. They aren't too scary. Try them! :D let me know...:)

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