St. Patrick’s Day Inspired Makeup: Dramatic Look

Here is another St. Patrick's day inspired makeup tutorial for those of you that love a little drama on your eyes. In this tutorial I decided to break out some brights, lush looking lashes and stones for you all. I hope that you all enjoy this look and I also hope that you all play it safe while celebrating St. Patrick's day!

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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)

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New Years Eve Makeup: Glittery Silvery Eyes

Happy holidays my chameleons!! Man I can not believe that we are getting close to ringing in a new year 2011!! I can't wait for the new year because there will be lots of fun and exciting things coming to Beauty Chameleon's and nhop76's subscribers!! Just to think BeautyChameleon.com and NHOP76 channel will be turning 2 years old and have grown to over 11,000 viewers!! Thank you all for all of your support and feedback. In my appreciation to you all I created a simple and sexy glittery, silvery eye look that you can use if you are going to heading out to party for New Years Eve. Will I be heading out? No, I will be partying at home since the hubby had surgery on his foot and can not buggy too much. So everyone please have fun and dance the night away for me and also sport this look too!!

I hope that you all enjoy this tutorial and again be safe and have fun!!

Happy New Years!!

Tasha ๐Ÿ™‚

Products Used

  • Smashbox Photo finish Primer
  • Smashbox Blackout E/S
  • Loreal HIP Duo Shady
  • Loreal HIP Duo Platinum
  • Sliver Glitter (Micheal's Arts and Crafts) Otherwise you can use NYX and Makeup forever's cosmetic grade glitters.
  • LA Splash Eyeshadow sealer
  • Urban Decay Liner: Zero
  • Wet n Wild: Black liner
  • Revlon Colorstay liner: Black
  • Mascara: Fiber wig
  • Lashes Beauty Supply Store
  • Lip liner: NYX natural
  • Lipgloss: Nars orgasm
  • Cheek Color: Nars Orgasm
  • Palette for HIP Shadow (by japonseque from naimies.com) 12 large well pan $15

***All products can be found and purchased at Ultaexcept for the craft glitters.

 

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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.

XOXO,

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

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Shades Of Autumn: Warm Moracco

Hey beauties! Today I am sharing with you another look inspired by the many shades of fall that surrounds us everyday. The look is very warm and inviting that can be incorporated in a wearable daytime look. In this tutorial I will be using a beautiful selection of shadows by Raving Beauty Cosmetics. They offer a wide variety of mineral shadows that are a perfect match for anyone that have sensitive eyes.

 

The shadows received in this grouping were very pigmented!! Not kidding! The kind of resemble spices from you kitchen. Outside of the Venetian Mask all of the other colors in this grouping carries a matte finish whihc is always a great idea to have matte shadows in your collection. You are probably wondering what did I use to complete this look? Well. . .

  • Foundation: Revlon Color Stay in 400 Caramel
  • MAC Mineralized Skinfinish: Medium Deep
  • NARS: Lovejoy blush
  • NARS: Casino Bronzer
  • Rimmel Coffee bean lipliner
  • Smashbox Lipgloss: 35mm
  • Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer
  • Raving Beauty Cosmetics: Venetian Mask, Cinnamon, Moracco, and Dark Truffle
  • LORAC: Nude shadow
  • Wet n Wild: Black liner
  • Ardell Fashion Lashes: Demi 120
  • LORAC Mascara: Special Effects in Black

 

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Shades Of Autumn: Smokey Greens Eye tutorial

It is time to say goodbye to summer and hello fall. I can not believe how fast the summer came and went. How about you? Even though summer is over I am glad the fall is here because that is one of my favorite time of the year because the earth begins to transform into a very beautiful spectrum of colors. With that said, comes my inspiration from all of the transforms leaves from our beautiful trees. As I stroll around walking or playing outside with my son I see so many pretty shades of greens, yellows, brown and reds everywhere, hence inspiration for eye makeup.

Recently, I was sent a beautiful spectrum of eyeshadows from Raving Beauty Cosmetics. The colors are sent are prefect for this time of year. The colors I received are as follows:

 

The Organic Field is a shimmer that is transparent, so if you are looking for a very intense color you will have to use it wet or apply an eyeshadow base like MAC's paint pot or and NYX jumbo pencil in order to intensify the color a bit. In addition to Organic field the Minted Lemon will have the similar feature. Now the Dark Truffle eye shadow is a matte that is very pigmented and does not require a base, however I would still recommend a primer. All of the shadows go on very smooth and non irritating to the eye. So, with that said, I decided to create a wearable smokey eye look inspired by the changes of the season.

  

 

The products used in this tutorial:

  • Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer (sephora)
  • MAC Paint Pot: Underground (nordstrom)
  • Raving Beauty Cosmetics: Organic Field, Minted Lemon & Dark Truffle eye shadows (raving beauty cosmetics)
  • Lorac eyeshadow: Nude
  • Urban Decay 24/7 glide liner: Zero (Sephora)
  • Wet N Wild Liner: Black (drugstore)
  • Lorac Special Effects mascara: Black (sephora)
  • Ardell Demi lashes 120 (Ulta)
  • Revlon Colorstay Foundation 400 Caramel Normal to Dry (drugstore)
  • MAC Mineralized skinfinish powder: Medium Deep (nordstrom)
  • NARS Bronzer: Casino (sephora)
  • NARS Blush: Orgasm (sephora)
  • NYX Lip pencil: Natural (UIta)
  • NARS Lipgloss: Orgasm (Sephora)
  • Nails: None

 

For the step by step tutorial please watch the video provided below! I  hope that you all enjoy this video and give this look a try yourself.

Have a fabulous day,

Natasha ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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Urban Decay Naked Palette: Smokey Eyes Tutorial

Hey my beauty chameleons! If you are so loving the Urban Decay Naked Palette and are craving for more tutorials on how to use your palette then this post is for you! A few days ago I was playing around with the colors from this palette, especially the darker tones, and thought lets create a soft smokey eye look! So for those of you that fear the "smokey eye" this tutorial will give you great tips on how to achieve a smokey eye that you can rock to any party or even for your day to day J.O.B.

 

 

 

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Valentine’s Day Makeup: Spicy Red Hot Diva

Hey my beauty chameleons! It is getting closer to the big romantico day and of course I was inspired to create another fun and sexy look for you all. If you are not subscriber to my youtube channel: youtube.com/nhop76 you should check it out! There are a lot of other makeup tutorials and reviews list there for sure! Anyway, this look is featuring some amazing mineral shadows from Raving Beauty Cosmetics. The owner created this line because she has sensitive skin and now has it available to the makeup market. Her shadows are amazing in quality and the price is so affordable only $5 per mineral shadow. So, I had to try them out and the are great!

Anyway, here is the tutorial and I hope that inspires you to be creative and look beautiful for you special valentine’s day event!

Products used:

Smashbox Photo Finish Lid Primer
MAC Paint Pot: Blackground
Raving beauty Cosmetics: Red Hot, Crantini, Sparkle Beige
Smashbox: Blackout eyeshadow
MAC Fluidline: Blacktrack
Mascara: Fiber Wig & Loreal telescopic
Bliss Lashes: 110’s (can’t even order from them anymore, sad day)

Cheeks:
MAC ‘In Lillyland’ Pearlmate Face Powder (Lilymon Collection)

Lips:
Rimmel: Red diva liner, panama liner and Cover girl’s ruby rush

Nails: OPI’s You Rock Alcapoco
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Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow Box: Fishnet & Ransom Look

Hey my Urban Decay lovers!! As promised another look from Urban Decay’s deluxe shadow box. This look will show how bright and smokey you can get those shadow working with Fishnet, Ransom, Zero and Scratch! I love these colors and this palette and totally see this is a go for those who crave bright colors in their makeup collection.

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Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow Box: Honey, Graffiti & Zero Look

Hey my beauties, as promised look number to from the Urban Decay deluxe Shadow Box! This look will include a beautiful gold and green look using some shading for definition. Like I said before I truly, truly love urban decay shadows!! They are so pigmented and have such a nice and satiny finish!! You can do bold look or natural with this brand which is wonderful!! If you love bold looks this tutorial is for you.

Products used:
Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow box: Honey, Graffiti, Zero
Smashbox: Photo finish lid primer
Lorac: Beige Shadow (discontinued)
Smashbox: Blackout shadow
Lashes: Bliss number 110
Mascara: Fiber wig
Liner: MAC Fluidline in blacktrack

Lips:
MAC Style warrior: Sunsational

CheeKs:
Sephora D50 powder
MAC: Soft and Gentle mineralize skinfinish

Nails: Inspired by Julieg713’s Snow leopard nail tutorial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNIrgIG20BI (love it!!) Thanks Julie ๐Ÿ™‚
using: China glaze white on white, Sephora by OPI’s queen of everything, stripe so easy nail art polish in black, and silver.

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