St. Patrick’s Day Inspired Makeup Tutorial: Wearable Or Dramatic?

Hey ladies!! I can't believe that St. Patrick's day is right around the corner! Well. . . If you follow me on facebook and twitter I asked a question. I asked if you all would like to see a dramatic or wearable St. Patrick's day inspired makeup tutorial. You've all answered and you all said you wanted both, lol. So in this tutorial I created a look however I want you all to let me know if you consider this one dramatic or wearable? Which ever one get the most feedback I will create another look based on the info your share with me on this tutorial! In the meantime Enjoy!!

Products Used in This tutorial:

  • MAC painterly Paint Pot
  • Too Faced: Lucky Charms Eye shadow duo
  • MAC Orb E/S
  • Smashbox: Blackout e/s
  • Red Cherry lashes #415
  • Revlon Colorstay liner: black
  • Buxom Lashliner: Leatherette
  • Urban Decay 24/7 glide liner: Black
  • Urban Decay Supercurl Mascara
  • Nars Sheer Matte: Cadiz
  • Nars Pressed powder: mountain
  • Smashbox bronzer
  • MAC: Mineralized Skinfinish Blush: Fad-dab-bulous?? (I spelled it wrong, lol)
  • NYX lipline: Natural
  • Smashbox lipstick: Charming
  • nails: Sephora by OPI: Dark Room
  • Hair: Halleys Curls: Gentle wave relaxed 16 inches (2 packes)

Step By Step Tutorial

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Madame Madeline online: Red Cherry Lash Haul & More!

Now. . . You all know how much I love to wear my false lashes right? Well, I thought to myself let me share with you all where I get my fabulous lashes from!!  For my wearable and fun lashes I used to go to a website that is no longer in business, so since then I have been searching the web for a place that sells my favorite lashes by Red Cherry Lashes. After a long search I came across which carries a host of different brands of lashes for really great prices.

My favorite Red Cherry Lashes sells for $1.99 and another favorite is Ardell lashes that sells for $2.60 each when you buy a quantity of 4 or more for a limited time! I love buying from this site because they ship fast and you receive what you ordered. The most recent order that I show in the video below came so quickly and the great thing about this order is I received a free pair of lashes since my order was over $24 and a card with 8% off my last order too! With that said I will definitely be placing another order with this company again and again!!

My Recent Order:

In addition to my lash haul I was surprised by a package that came from MAC! I recently completed a back 2 MAC and sent in 18 empty pans of mac products to MAC and in return I decided to pick out some bright lipstick for the spring season. I have been reading about the trends for lips and so far bright pinks and oranges are the thing this season so this is what I received: Amplified colors in Show Orchard and Morange, Yes!! They are so rich in color! I also got a more subdued color called pervette.

I love the bright colors and I am thinking about create a bright lip and cheek lot with both very soon, but in the meantime enjoy my little haul and share with me and everyone your favorite false lashes you love to use.

My Madame Madeline Haul Video

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Makeup Tutorial: Smokey Amethyst Eyes

Hey everyone!! It is almost Friday and with that said here is another makeup look that you can try to wear for this fabulous weekend. The shadows used in this video are featuring Raving Beauty Cosmetics which is one of my favorite affordable mineral shadow brand. This look is a little more intense compared to my valentines day tutorial, but this look can be altered to fit your lifestyle.

Products used:



Step By Step Tutorial:



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Christmas Makeup Tutorial: Smoky Red Look

Now that the contest is over I am so excited to share with you all the look I wore in the original contest announcement video. In this video I decided to break out my favorite Raving beauty reds and smoke it out for a wearable holiday look you can create for your Christmas event. This tutorial was create to be simple and fun and with extra tip on how to create your own holiday red lip color too. I hope that you all enjoy and please have a safe and Merry Christmas.


Tasha ๐Ÿ™‚


Products Used in this tutorial:

  • Primer
  • Raving Beauty Cosemtics: Crantini & Red Hot shadows
  • Smashbox: Blackout eye shadow
  • Revlon color stay liquid liner: Black
  • Urban Decay 24/7 liner: Zero
  • Fiberwig mascara
  • Red Cherry Lashes: #43
  • NYX Auburn lip liner
  • Raving Beauty Cosmetics Clear Lip base
  • MAC Bronzer in Bronze
  • MAC Mineralized skin finish: Soft and Gentle






Step By Step Tutorial




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Urban Decay Book Of Shadows 3: Gold & Purples Tutorial

Hey beauties!! Today I would like to share with you all another look from the Urban Decay Book of shadows 3. This look is for those of you that love to incorporate a burst of color on your eyes. In this tutorial I will be using a mixture of gold, purples and pinks. I hope that you all enjoy this look and challenge yourself to try it and wear this look for your next coming event for this holiday season.

I have a question for you? I will be completing one more look for this palette. What look would you like for me to create? A smokey eye, another colorful look or a natural eye? Leave your comments below and the comments I receive the most requests for I will create that look for you all. In the meantime enjoy this beautiful colorful creation ๐Ÿ™‚

Products Used:


  • Urban Decay Book of Shadows 3: Rockstar, Last Call, Perversion, Midnight Cowboy Rides again, Wowie Mauie
  • MAC painterly paint pot
  • Urban decay 24/7 glide pencil: Zero
  • Buxom Lashliner: Leatherette
  • Lashes: Red Cherry #43
  • Lorac Special Effects Mascara
  • Lorac blush: Soul
  • MAC mineralized skinfinish: Soft and Gentle
  • NYX lip liner: Natural
  • Lorac Couture Shine Gloss: Glam
  • Foundation: Revlon ColorStay: Caramel
  • Nails: Sephora by OPI: Under My Trench Coat

The Look:




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Spring Makeup Tutorial: Flirty Purples Eyes

Hey beauties!! Today’s makeup tutorial is inspired by the colors of the spring season. i just love the color purple that I see in flowers and in spring clothing!! In this tutorial you will learn or be inspired on how to create a wearable looks using some fun shadows from MAC.

Products used:
Smashbox photo finish lid primer (sephora)
NYX jumbo eyeshadow pencil: Purple
MAC pigment: Violet (nordstrom)
MAC: Graphology (nordstrom)
MAC: Swish (Nordstrom)
Buxxom Lashliner: Leatherette (sephora)
Mascara: Fiberwig, black
Lashes: red cherry #523

MAC: Vintage grape

MAC Plum dandy
Sephora: 10



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Dramatic Eyes: Bright Yellows, Greens & Blues

Hey beauties!! Today’s tutorial are for all you that love a bright bold and daring eye look that is on the dramatic side. In this video I will be featuring again my favorite mineral brand which is Raving Beauty Cosmetics. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a dramatic eyes and how to use the mineral shadows wet. I hope that you enjoy this look and I encourage you to try and experiment with this look and share!

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Valentine’s Day Makeup: Sugar & Spice

Here is the final look from my Valentine’s Day Inspired Makeup Series. This tutorial is for those who love neutral makeup only using 3 shadows, Yey!!! Enjoy, Tasha


Products Used:
Smashbox Photo Finish Lip Primer
Urban Decay: Shag
MAC: Handwritten Matte Shadow
Lorac: Nude shadow (discontinue) Any Matte highlight color will work
MAC Fluidline: Black track
Lashes: Red Cherry #
Mascara: Fiber wig

MAC: lilymon powder

Lips & Nails
MAC: Up The Amp
Sephora by OPI: Metro Chic

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