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Eyebrow Routine for Redheads: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/76139049…
Benefit Gimme Brow in Light/Medium: http://youtu.be/pRZyTK9HP5I
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.”
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!
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
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”
”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”
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) – http://bit.ly/1EhQVGo
2. Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo in Caramel ($23) – http://bit.ly/1EhSeVP
3. Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Auburn ($18) – http://bit.ly/1wErTRw
4. Chella Skin Care Brow Color Kit in Awesome Auburn ($49) – http://bit.ly/1Ei095w
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:
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)
Downloaded some apps to try in my smartphone.
Some better than the others. Will try and comment
on them here:
Modiface Makeup – Traditional looking makeover tool. Some photos to choose from or you can upload your own. Which I did.
You can makeup eyes, lips, face and recolor hair. Choose a few looks and hairstyles – not
many, though. Is to begin with. Not enough choices.
When clicking a look color splots appear on the screen. You move your face down and
up in the Oval and suddenly the splots are captured by your eyes and lips.
Funny. But strong colors mostly for school girls.
Skin tone not right in the mirror. It looks greyish pink. Makeup splots are bright
n does not look natural against that fond.
Makeup Genius – commercial tool from l’Oréal. Opens an oval space on the tele screen
a mirror where to put your face. Scan face then pop up Looks. They want you to choose among those and when you press a look, the products used in this look comes to forward.
As I did not like any of the looks so much, this was nothing for me.
Found some makeup colors that suited me, though. But doubt if they look
as good on me here as they did on my phone screen!
Makeup Mirror: At once metamorphoses screen into a mirror. Face tone looks
cold and greyish purple-rose. Yack!! You can lighten n darken the light, and
magnify-minify your face in the mirror. Press the Snowflake to freeze picture.
Possible to change face by adding a row of filters. For fun. Kids could like.
No good for taking photos.
MakeupPlus. Immediately opens your photo album and shows your pics.
Choose from some filter looks and/or test makeup on your photo. This
app delighted me. Enough possibilities of choice.
MakeupWizard is an app from Oriflame. Some looks to choose from,
but I prefer to work with my own face in the Oval mirror window.
Take one look and splashes of color emerge in the mirror. You pick
them up by nodding and lifting your face. Take photo on which you
will be able to test some – not all – of Oriflames’ products.
Promising app that can be better!
ON ColorMeasure. You can either take a selfie or catch another pic. from the Gallery.
Photo of quite high quality mimics my natural coloring well. Move the straw cross with a finger around the picture. Down the screen there emerges to the left a quad showing the color of the middle of the showing-mark. The RGB values. And the Name of the Color!
This is superduper! This little app finds any color hidden in my light skin tone, eyes and lips.
Hair: Brown. BrownBramble. IrishCoffee. Potters Clay. Orange-looks very browned. Fallow brown=light, sanddrift brown=light. Yellowish brown. Barley Corn. Sepia Brown. Baker’s choclate. Dark choclate.
Naural brows: Yellowish brown -very light. Light wood.
Eyes: Havana brown. Willow grey. Dark grey. Mortar grey. Irish coffee. Lunar green. Charcoal grey. Dark grey. Dim grey. Silver. Bole brown.
Forehead: Yellowish brown-very light. Wheat. Pale Goldenrod. Light pink. Silk brown. Fallow brown. Sanddrift brown. Brandy rose. Light wood.
Eye area: Brandy rose. Light wood. Rosy brown. Light pink. Careys pink. Yellowish brown. Havana brown. Irish coffee. Barossa violet at tearducts. Bole brown. Sepia brown. Wheat. Pale goldenrod.
My eyes look greyish blue
in this light. But obviously, I did not see before the photo changed a whole deal published on the blog. Was not THAT BAD as original. Skin pinkpurple here, not on original. Eye color much darker than original.