Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Indie Beauty Blog Tag Party: How to look like a Hot Spring Greek Goddess…

"This month's topic for the Indie Beauty Blog Tag Party is a How To." http://www.indiebeauty.com/profiles/blog/list

Thanks Tammy at Zularis Naturals for Tagging me

How to look like a Hot Spring Greek Goddess

Well, everywhere I look the fashion world is turning to the Greek for inspiration this spring.
So as we in the IBN Beauty Blog tag team are all putting together how to’s,

I’m going to show my version of a Greek Goddess…
Now when I think of a Greek Goddess I see light luminescent skin with rosy cheeks, a ruby lip and charcoal lined eyes with pink shadow highlighting them.
All the products used are either currently in my line of cosmetics or will be soon.
All the products used are as follows:

Camo Full Coverage Mineral Foundation (I personally use a combo of W3 and W4)http://www.greenmeadowscosmetics.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=4_15

Pink Dilly Dreams Face Color > Available Soon

Ltd Edition Hipster Lipstick > Available Soon

Girl Next Door Multi Mineral >Available Soon

Stormy Clouds Multi Mineral

Synthetic Baby Buki

Synthetic Wet/Dry Eyeshadow Brush

As always you'll need to start off with a cleaned, toned and moisturized face.

Start of by applying your foundation, If your using mineral foundation you'll need to buff it onto your skin in a circular motion using light pressure. Apply 1-2 layers or your personal preference. Than with your eyeshadow brush (I used the wet/dry eyeshadow brush) apply your pink shadow (I used Girl Next Door) all over your eyelid. Than take a liner brush (I used the liner side of the Double Ended Eyeshadow) and apply the Gray shadow along your lash line and the nice angle on that brush makes it easy to get that upward tale on the top outer corner of your line. I usually apply a little under the outer corner of my eye but you should apply your liner the way it looks best for your eye shape. Next apply your blush or face color only to the apples of your cheeks. (I used Pink Dilly Dreams) And last but not least is apply a nice sheer lipstick to accent your lips. (I used Hipster Lipstick) Thanks so much for reading my first little tutorial and I hope that you will be able to use it this spring as you celebrate the warmer weather....

And now on to the next Tag!

Debbie, Tag Your it!

So head on over and check her out!

Thank You!

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