Monday, November 9, 2009
Kim Kardashian celebrating the launch of the new Fall Bongo Collection on April 7, 2008 at the LA Market in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)
Kim Kardashian celebrates the launch of the new fall Bongo collection at the L.A. Fashion Mart on April 7, 2008 in Los Angeles, California.
I just wanted to remind you guys to watch Khloe and Lamar's wedding special tonight at 8 p.m. on E! It's a two-hour long special episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and we'll all be watching!!! I hope you are all having a great weekend!!
I can totally sympathize with you, as someone that constantly gets makeup "spots" on just about everything. Here's how to keep your foundation on your face and off the paper work:
Try using a oil free moisturizer if you aren't already. Makeup that smears off the skin easily probably isn't being set well. With a velour powder puff, set your makeup by pressing translucent loose powder all over face after foundation. If this doesn't help, you can try a makeup sealer. They come in spray bottles and help keep everything in place. Lastly and most important - try to stop touching your face! If you didn't touch your face, your hands wouldn't get makeup on them. It's a hard habit to break, but not impossible.
Hope this helps you out. Thanks for visiting Makeup Mondays with Mario!
So many of you have been asking me for a “Get the Face” post on this look that I gave Kim… so here it is! LOL. I had fun glamming Kim up for her Vegas birthday. I did her makeup that night while she was laying down on this big, comfortable spa table/reclining chair and it was actually great doing makeup that way. It’s more exciting when they can’t see what i’m doing the whole time because they get surprised at the end. PS… The other birthday look from LA is coming very soon too!
Skin – I used Sheer Glow Foundation by NARS all over the skin. Under the eyes and to highlight I used YSL’s Touch Eclat. To set everything use a touch of Translucent Loose Powder by Shiseido.
Eyebrows are softly filled in with MAC’s eyebrow pencil in Lingering.
Eyes – Urban Decay eyeshadow in Eldorado on eye lids and browbone. Smog eyeshadow also by Urban Decay on the crease of the eye and outter corners of the lids. Smolder Eye Kohl by MAC rimming the entire eye and on the inner rims. Use more liner towards the outter corners. Using a clean brush, blend along the lashlines, moving up and out. Apply more liner for intensity if needed. Finish the eyes with two coats of Lancome’s Hynose Drama Mascara on top and bottom lashes.
Cheeks – On the apples of the cheeks, use Passion blush by Josie Maran. Skin is bronzed with Josie Maran Bronzing Powder. Brush it along the hairline, jawline and hollows of cheeks. To highlight the cheek bones, use Trace Gold blush by MAC.
Lips are lined with MAC’s Cremestick Liner in Summerfruit followed by Lipgelee in Saplicious, also by MAC.
Have fun and take pics! Xo Mario
When wearing colors and patterns, go for classic and natural makeup to emphasize your features. Your clothes and face should not compete.