Applying eye makeup – Youtube instruction videos

Smashbox video:
Round eyes : the white is visible above or below the iris !
Almond eyes : white not visible around the eyes’ irises !
 Smashbox Full Exposure Palette —…………….
Christina Henry suggesting:
For a redheaded woman with golden blonde lashes.
Laura Mercier – Metallic Creme Eye Color in Golden Mist –as highlights all over the eyelids, 23 dollar
Laura Mercier – Metallic Creme Eye Color in Gold – 23 dollar.
Laura Mercier – Metallic Creme Eye Color in Rose Gold – 23 dollar
Laura Mercier – Tightline Cake Eyliner in Mahogany Brown, 23 dollar
Liquid eyeliner pen in a dark brown shade:                                                               Nars  Eyliner  Stylo in Nuku Hiva ….. 27 dollar
MAC Power Point eyepencil in Engraved….16 dollar

Christina Henry ”Hooded eyes aka Bedroom eyes!”

Eye shadow primer……………………………………………….

Christina Henry: Protruding eyes really benefits from eyeliner.

Lorac Pro Eye Shadow Palette ….42.dollar
White –Cream–Taupe–Light Pink–Malva–Sable–Espresso–Black,
Champagne—Gold—Light Bronze—Pewter—Garnet–Deep Purple–Slate

Combinations used:

  1. Taupe and Espresso
  2. Sable and Rose Gold – ”a lighter goldish tone”
  3. Sable contour, plus eyeliner
  4. Golden Mist highlight and Espresso and Dark Brown eyeliner shade
  5. Gold highlight, Mahogany Brown eyeliner

Same MASCARA – Different Application

Makeup For Different Eyeshapes



Most Flattering Eye Makeup For Your Eye Shape | NewBeauty Tips and Tutorials


Eyeliner For YOUR Eye Shape

by Sinead:

The Makeup Chair Handbook

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 Eyeliner used: Best Eye Liner EVER! :…

How to Apply Eyeliner – Pencil, Cream/Gel, Liquid :…

Finding Your Eye Shape:…

Keep the eyeliner close to the lashes to avoid it taking over the shape if you have…
Deep set eyes are large and set deeper into the skull.
Monolids are flat on the surface and don’t have much of a crease, if any.
Hooded eyes feature an extra layer of skin that droops over the crease, causing the lid to appear smaller.

Apply the eyeliner as thick or thin as you like if you have…
Protruding eyes create the appearance of projected lids in the eye socket area.

Apply the eyeliner the same width from the inner corner to edge if you have…
Wide set eyes are more than one eyeball width apart. To bring your peepers closer together
Elongated eyes and you want to create a rounder shape.

Apply the eye liner thicker on the outer edge if you have…
Round eye that you want to elongate
Close set eyes are less than one eyeball width apart

Keep the eyeliner close to the lashes to avoid it taking over the shape.

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How to Do Classic Makeup on a Mature Face

Unique Monique

Publicerades den 1 apr. 2016

How to Do Classic Makeup – Tutorial & Product Info
All too often, low budget movies will try to save money by having actresses do their own makeup. Which can be a good or a bad idea depending on the skills of the actress! Here is a basic “natural” classic make-up look that works on women of many ages. Product Info at

Always start with a good moisturizer. I used Oil of Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream.

Primer keeps the shine down and makes foundation last all day. If I am shooting, I like a good High Def Foundation and have used Smashbox High Definition Healthy FX for years.

Amazing Concealer in Medium Golden does a great job on under eye circles as well as any red spots (that seem to take forever to fade away) applied with a small concealer brush. NYX Dark Circle Correcting Concealer fixes those under eye circles with an orange tone. Or break out the heavy duty Joe Blasco Orange Highlight for really dark circles.

Off camera face powder, just to knock down shine on a daily basis? Neutrogena Rice Powder. On camera I prefer the e.l.f. HD Powder.

Nars Orgasm/Laguna Blush/Contour Duo. And sometimes, you just want the Orgasm. Yeah. I went there.
Product Info:

Mascara is L’Oreal Voluminous Extra Volume in Carbon Black.
Product Info:
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My Personal Color Chart acc to Jen Thoden

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Jennifer Thoden
den 1 januari kl 13:59
Chara Choppel is bright, warm and light.
This analysis has inspired me (Jen Thoden) to do a video on wearing our colors as we age. At first glance, you might say Chara is soft and you won't be wrong. As we age, we soften and grey. At a certain point, wearing muted colors will grey us further and not complement us... and this is when you want to start wearing some brighter colors. But not too bright. The biggest mistake I see older women make is wear colors that are simply too heavy on them. Chara Choppel is light and should only be wearing the lighter colors of the bright color wheel. Anything super bright or darker will age her and bring her down. The lighter colors of the bright color wheel are softened a bit with white and are appropriate for her. The lighter colors of the soft color wheel are too grey for her.
When you think you in between soft and bright... it's possible you are bright but simply can't wear the brightest ring. Hope this helps some of you. You look beautiful Chara Choppel!" (Jen Thoden)
As you can see, when comparing the color chart Jen chose to put me in with these Collars,
it is obvious there are more colors induced in the collars then in the picture above. In her system,
Jen Thoden uses  each color of the spectrum wheel as base for a number of other colors.
Those colors ends up in her charts  for Bright-Warm, Bright-Cool, Soft-Warm and Soft-Cool.
In the analysis chart there are colors missing – namely those that don’t look so good on the
person. The collars, on the contrary, holds plentiful colors! And I find the collars really more
The suggestion that I might wear a such a clear rose I must reject. Have tried that color,
and it clashed with my skin – that is much whiter –  skin color in picture is higher than
usual depending on the hot and humid summer day.  So bright, clear colors – except some
that compliments me –  utgör a very strong contrast to my whitish paleness.
But talking of clarity, red is a color I like very much to wear: red leaning toward orange that is.
So tomato would be one of them.
When talking of roses/pinks,  the lightest rose/pink dot sitting upon the clear rose drape
is a better choice for me. And pink and roses should be yellowed, absolutely not bluish.
And, best of all are roses/pinks, apricots, peaches and oranges that are lightly toned with
But brown-toning is not a thing I have read about in Jen Thoden’s work.  Maybe she will
write about this subject later? Soft, she perceives as greyed tones. I can wear mustard,
took this color as an example and googled it: mustard is, as I thought, yellow with
brown in it. But as Jen has Mustard in her Warm color chart as a Soft, must assume she
takes mustard to be a greyed, not browned, color??
Brown being an interested colors that consists of many nuances.
Brown is said to be a very dark orange. And so may well be.
But browns can also be bluish or purplish. And there are reddish browns,
and golden browns, red or yellow added to the dark orange.
And browns, of course, could be greyish.
My colors must be mild and balanced. Nothing too wild and extreme.
Although I fancy leopard patterns in light golden camel and warm
brown flecks in coffee or warm dark chocolate.
Collars consists, as you can see, of three rows. The outermost one
presents colors that are favorites of mine. But I won’t go darker than
these, as darkest shades are not at all pleasing. Believe me, I have
tried them! Medium dark tomato and medium olive have been
staples. And will continue to wear such colors until I have aged
to the degree they become straight out unbecoming.
Cannot agree with all the color dots on the collar! Specially the clear cyan blue, not even the lightest one. Nor the light lime green.  The only yellows I can pull off is the buff yellow,  a mustard yellow and possibly a light golden yellow. Have a photo - in mother's house where I am twelve years old and sits on a rock dressed in blue jeans and a light golden yellow shirt. Possibly with Indian feathers on my head!! Should very much like to post it here and in Jen Thodens ColorStyleClub!!
Seems as the lightest rings of the brights and softs are not included in the collars. Not the very darkest either. name the circles A to F, counting from outward circle to inward. 
Personally would  definitely buy clothes from circle B (clear medium dark) But not all colors, obviousely. From F only as trousers, skirts, shoes and bags. Dubious about E and D, but some of them. As I'm now definitely classified as Light, would surely buy from circle B, as said above. Concerning A, am more hesitant, as I'm aware too light hues washes me out. and make my already whitish face sickly pale, but there are fitting rooms! Ha ha!Though I never buy from shops anymore: they never have my size, and if they have, there are only few items and the colors are mostly adjusted to women of Summer and Winter types! The common ones here in Sweden. I am a startling exception, as I have a look more typical for Scottish/Irish ladies. Nowadays I buy from the web, I can try the clothes at home and send them back, if not pleased.

Just as was my experience, Jen Thoden, confirms I really am Soft, but as I grow older should be best looking in the clear lights. So I will continue to wear softs but not toned with Cold greys. Those I already shun! Instead I pick those  toned with warm greys (gold-yellowed or most preferably goldened) and "toasted" with warm browns.


Kommentera Those are the pictures I sent to Jen. I only had two pictures to send, because my mobile phone had disappeared. And those photos were not the best, am afraid! I asked Jen to interpret the picture where I am the lightest, which was taken outdoors.
Chara Choppels foto.
 And here's the other one - an app that photoshopped me automatically. Had not expected that. Photo taken indoors in lamp light. 

Chara Choppel Believe it or not. I have some under panties (”knickers”) that I found very becoming to my skin —ha ha! Usually am not so fond of light colors which often washes me out. So therefore was surprised to be classified to be best looking in all those Vis

Chara Choppel
Chara Choppel Jen. You wrote I should not count in the two outer cirlcles. But still you have draped me in a rose color that I identified in the Middle circle. I read this as I can wear some colors from the middle ring, too. Am I right? —-:-) Besides, talking of kVisa mer

Chara Choppel

Hey everyone! I experienced a funny color thing this morning. In the bathroom I happened to lean my forehead toward the mirror and suddenly I saw my eyes as close as could be. The lamp was above my head but was shadowed by my head. I found to my amazement that my eye color was a rather clear, but mild jade green with blue and a bit grey to them. So now I wonder: would you guys out there try to do the same and see what / which colors you find in your own eyes!! Wouldn’t that be a funny thing to try? 🙂
The bathroom light was hidden by my head so should be indirect light.

Chara Choppel Another thing you might do is to put your underarm and hand against your computer screen. It should be ON obviously. Then watch what color your skin gets. Light come from back of where you sit. I happened to find this out some time ago. Me and my motheVisa mer


Eyebrow Colors for Redheads

Drugstore Eyebrows for Strawberry Blondes, Redheads, and Pale People

Eyebrow Routine for Redheads

Published on Sep 25, 2013
———————————————————–MAC Lingering Brow Pencil
Sonia Kashuk Eye Couture Eye Palette Eye On Neutral 02 (shade 6 & 7)

Eyebrow Routine for Redheads:…

Benefit Gimme Brow in Light/Medium:

I hope seeing my eyebrow routine is helpful. I would really recommend the Lingering brow pencil – it is fantastic! As for brow powders, my most used is the Sonia Kashuk I showed in the video, but I’ve also used the Anastasia Beauty Express For Brows and Eyes in Blonde. I like it, but it can give my brows a slight green tint if I use too much. I also have the Radiant Cosmetics brow duo in Redhead. For brow gels, I have the MAC clear gel and a sample size of the Anastasia one.”

UTORIAL My Eyebrow Routine (Redhead)

”Published on Aug 19, 2014

Latest video: ABH Brow Wiz VS NYX Micro Brow…

I found it difficult to find eyebrow tutorials for redheads when I first started out, so I made one!

Check out Violet Box: (Use VIOLETBOX10 to get $10 off!)
$5 off Bellabox:

Products mentioned:
Essence Eyebrow Designer in 04 Blonde
Maybelline Master Shape in Blonde
Chella Eyebrow Pencil in Light Brown
NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder in Auburn
Milani Brow Fix in 01 Light
Models Prefer MP22 Angled Eyeliner Brush
Anastasia Beverly Hills Clear Brow Gel
Benefit Erase Paste in Light
Real Techniques Detailer Brush
Beauty Blender

Makeup Ideas for Red, Auburn, or Strawberry Blonde Hair!

”Published on May 20, 2013

I discuss different shades and colors of makeup for redheads and those who are similar like: pale people, strawberry blondes, auburn hair, freckled faces with light complexion, etc.

I think earth tones and neutrals look exquisite!

Products: NYX and Kat Von D palettes
NYX, Revlon, and Body Shop lipsticks”

Eyebrow Tutorial + Recommendations for Redheads

Published on Jan 12, 2016

”Brow products in demo:
MAC fluidline brow gelcreme redhead + Morphe M413
Urban Decay naked basics naked2 and faint + Morphe M215
Sephora bright future gel serum concealer 01 + Morphe That Bling brush

Brow products mentioned:
MAC fluidline brow gelcreme redhead
KVD tattoo brow blone
Anastasia Beverly Hills brow wiz taupe
Avon brow definer tawny
Mary Kay brow pencil soft auburn
Smashbox brow tech gloss stick taupe
Anastasia Beverly Hills clear brow gel
Maybelline clear mascara”

4 Eyebrow Products for Redheads

Published on Mar 14, 2015

I have an ever-expanding list of beauty-related advice my mom gave me growing up that I never listened to until now. One of those is to fill in my eyebrows. It always seemed way too complicated to me and I didn’t realize what a big difference it would make. But then about 3 years ago, I started filling them in and, wow, I’d really been missing out. So to help other redheads out there, here’s a video where I talk about my favorite products:

1. Jouer Brow Definer Pencil in Blond ($20) –
2. Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo in Caramel ($23) –
3. Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Auburn ($18) –
4. Chella Skin Care Brow Color Kit in Awesome Auburn ($49) –






















































































Youtube: Warm Autumn Videos


Warm Autumn Color Palette – Seasonal Color Analysis

Color Analysis For Cosmetics

Ladylike Charm: Charming Colors for Your Skin Tone – Be Your Own Stylist Series

When Your HAIR And EYES Don’t Match Your Season Part 1

Hair And Eyes Don’t Match Your Season PART 2



































































































































Style Videos from Justine Leconte

Which colors work for your skin tone: method & tips explained | Justine Leconte




How to style a curvy body (Plus Size body) | Justine Leconte

You think you don’t follow trends? | Justine Leconte

100 Years of Fashion: Women ★

How to know when a fashion trend is over? | Justine Leconte

Trend hunting: how to find fashion trends? What’s a trend? | Justine Leconte


























Toned Seasons

Pure Seasons——(slightly) wearing the pure color

Tinted Seasons —(slightly) tinted with white

Shaded Seasons–(slightly) shaded with black

Toned Seasons -(slightly) toned with grey…..This according to Lora at Pretty Your World!  Lora is the one who stressed ”slightly” – so the diffrence between a pure and a tinted or toned or shaded color could be very subtile – or they could, of course be more distinct.

What about toned with brown? I wonder.

There would be four main choices of toning a color, as I see it.

Anyway 2 subseasons of toned:

  1. toned with warm grey —a grey that would be Warmly yellowish, golden, orangey
  2. toned with cool grey —-a grey that would be coolish pink/rose, blueish

Or should it always be a neutral grey?

And could not each of these tonings be valued from light to dark?

A light to dark scale which is beside the value scale of the color itself?

Must you not consider this: the value of the toning color (grey or brown) ought to be the same value as the color itself.

Guess it would look off, else: for instance: a tinted rose, toned with a dark grey? Wonder what that would look like. Had I paint colors here and paper, I could try to obtain it. But no, it doesn’t seem right.

What about a pure red you tint not with white, but with a very light pink? That only means the light pink is tinted with the white, so the white tint comes in anyway.

More about this on Firefly Space. They say every hue – i.e. pure color, could be tinted, toned or shaded. BEFORE mixing two hues.

What artists do with tinting, shading and toning: they tint pure colors to get more ”body” and also to stress focal points. Eye are drawn towards white and to light colors as a rule. If not the whole picture painted with pastels! They often avoid to shade pure colors as this combination as too much of black can ruin the original hue. But toning, on the contrary, is used very often. Small amounts of grey in paint mixtues are often used by artists to finish the value and intensity.

Toning: A tone is softer than the original color. A Tone is created by adding both White and Black which is grey. Any color that is “greyed down” is considered a Tone.

Almost every color we see in our day-to-day world has been toned either a little or a lot. This makes for Tones are subtle and sophisticated, more appealing and eye-pleasing.

Colors lightened with white are called Tints, and are basically the Pastells. From an extremely pale, nearly white to a barely tinted pure hue.



Shading goes from an extremely dark, nearly black to a barely shaded pure hue.

Most artists use black sparingly because it can quickly destroy your main color. Some artists prefer not to use it at all. Instead they understand the rules of color well enough to make their own black mixtures. (Chara: for instance dark blue with a dark brown)


Sophisticated Redhead

This sophisticated red found on an  homepage of one of the very largest hair color producers. Which one? I do not find it now. I would die to have that color and those locks. Would by as a wig if I could afford it.

As my hair goes paler and thinner, am pondering a wig. Mourning sooo much my warm soft brownish red fading away! Thought would  color with some brownish orange, but golden brown will do for now. Have a dark golden brown and a light golden brown, so will be using one of those soon.

Maybe I’ll color for now and then save money to buy a wig later! This feels like the best choice and make me feel lighter at heart.

By the way, a good tip for buying wigs is to spend money on a real one. Real hair wigs you can treat like your own hair. Wash it, style it, put lotions and creams in it, cut it – if you will.  But I should not go near any scissors if I had one I was really contented with. That case, better start saving to some other one, if you want to change coiffeures!

I very much warn against wigs made of synthetics. They are cheaper, but first and foremost they can be unbearably warm. My sister, deceased since 1989, bought a wig when her hair fell off because of cancer treatments. She said she could not afford a real one, so bought one cheap synthetic. But could not stand wearing it as she went too warm and then choose to be bald headed till her hair began to grow again.

Secondly, read a page yesterday, stating the synthetic wigs: cannot be washed, cannot be treated in anyway for styling. Really wortless. Ok, cheap, can afford more than one. But why spend money on trash you’ll have to throw away when they get dirty because cannot wash’em!  A real wig is quite expensive, but they last much longer.

Other good wig tip: wig will stay better put if the band that holds it put goes all way round your head. Measure your head circumference. Myself I have 58 centimeters. Most head wear, now talking hats and such, that is so called ”one size” will only go up to 57 cms, so you’ld better measure if you’re not sure a ”one size” is for you.