Beauty and Fashion by Emfac

Born to be Wild

 

Hi baby dolls! So sorry that I haven’t posted in a month!! My classes are done mid July, so once school is over I promise I will be posting a lot more often like I used to. As I mentioned in my last post, I was just starting my hair class… I am now done with hair and am in my portfolio class! In portfolio we have the opportunity to do hair and makeup on models so we can have photo shoots for our actual portfolios when we graduate. I am really loving the class and got my own headshots  with my hair and makeup done by my classmate Jade, and I then did her hair and makeup for her headshots. I also did a natural makeup and a “bump up” (makeup enhancing one feature) on a model and hair on another model. The photos came out really great and I feel so proud! Anyways, below I will be posting a dramatic smokey eye with a black cherry glitter lip that I wore to parties last weekend, as well as makeup I did on my best friend, hair and makeup on my classmates in hair class, and some images from my most recent photo shoots at Makeup Designory! Enjoy loves =]

 

“Born to be Wild” – Dramatic Smokey Eye and Black Cherry Lip

 

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Makeup Steps:

Face- I first applied Smashbox Photo Finish Light Foundation Primer, followed by Giorgio Armani’s Luminous Silk Foundation in 5.5. I then contoured my face using the Make Up For Ever Flash Color Case. To highlight I mixed the white and peach with a drop of my foundation and to shadow I mixed the brown and white (also with a drop of my foundation). I applied my blush to the apples of my cheeks using Illamasqua cream blush, in Rude. I used Copacabana by Nars as my illuminator above cheeks, on my nose, and forehead.

Eyes- I first used Urban Decay Primer Potion on my eyelids. I used Naked 2 Palette by Urban Decay “Bootycall” to highlight and clean up my brow bone area. I used “Verve” from Naked 2 on my eyelid, and then applied a mixture of “Pistol” and “Blackout” to the crease of my eye, using windshield wiper motions and then blended the color upwards using circular motions to ensure that the eyeshadow is blended. I applied Chanel Le Crayon Khol Intense Eye Pencil Noir to my bottom waterline and applied black AMC Gel Liner #77 from Inglot Cosmetics to my upper lash line. I then curled my lashes with my Billy B Beauty’s Eyelash Curler and applied Tarte MultiplEYE-prime followed by Lights, Camera, Flashes by Tarte. I used the amazing Brow Bar To Go by Whitening Lightning on my eyebrows, followed by Make Up For Ever Brow Seal.

Lips- Satin Black” from Make Up For Ever mixed with Mac Red by M.A.C. Cosmetics and  Nightlife Glitter Pigment by Lit Cosmetics.

Makeup and Hair done this month:

Makeup and Styling on my best friend Jenny for a girls night out this month-

 

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Hair and Makeup on my classmate Jade, inspired by Snow White-

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Hair and Makeup on my classmate Jasmin for my final exam-

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Hair and Makeup on my classmate Linda, inspired by the Alice and Olivia 2014 Fall Fashion Show-

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Waterfall Braid on my hair mannequin-

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Natural Makeup and a Bump Up on my classmate Jade for her profession headshots. Photos by Sekou Luke-

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Makeup by me (Emily Facatselis), Hair by Chandelise Perez, Model- Alyssa Daugherty, Photographer- Peter Lueders

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Hair by me (Emily Facatselis), Makeup by Chandelise Perez, Photographer- Peter Lueders

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My headshots- hair and makeup done by Jade Stone, photographs by Sekou Luke

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I hope you enjoyed this post and all of these looks!!! I’ll be trying to post more frequently! Please be sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter @Glamvasion, like my Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/glamvasion and subscribe to my blog via email! Xo :) Thanks for reading!!

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