Beauty and Fashion by Emfac

Eyes

Dramatic Eyes

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1920’s Inspired Makeup. For product details click on the photo.

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1920’s Inspired Makeup. For product details click on the photo.

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Makeup for my cousin’s Sweet 16. Click photo for product details.

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Makeup for my cousin’s Sweet 16. Click photo for product details.

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Makeup for my cousin’s Sweet 16. Click photo for product details.

BlueShadow

Makeup for blue eyes. Click photo for product details.

BlueShadow2

Makeup for blue eyes using “the Chanel of Contact Lenses”, Desio Lenses. Click photo for product details.

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Makeup for a Party Night. Click on photo for product details.

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Makeup for a Party Night. Click photo for product details.

V-Day Eyes

Dramatic Valentines Day Makeup. Click on photo for product details.

V-Day Eyes

Dramatic Valentines Day Makeup. Click on photo for product details.

Pop of color 2

Click on the picture to see products used for this look from “LOTD: Eyes Inspired by Spring Beauty Trends”

Pop of Color

Click on the picture to see products used for this look from “LOTD: Eyes Inspired by Spring Beauty Trends”

Click on photo for product details from January 17th’s post “Looks for a Girls Night”

Click on photo for product details from January 17th’s post “Looks for a Girls Night”

Click on the photo for product details on this look from January 15ths post “Makeup for a Night Out”

Click on the photo for product details on this look from January 15ths post “Makeup for a Night Out”

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Click on the photo for product details on this look from January 10ths post “Subtle Smokey Eye”

Click on the photo for product details on this look from January 10ths post “Subtle Smokey Eye”

My gorgeous best friend Jenny's eyes doing a black and purple smokey look using Giorgio Armani Eyes to kill in 11 White Punch, Chanel Illusion D'Ombre in 83 Illusoire and Chanel Illusion D'Ombre in 85 Mirifique

My gorgeous best friend Jenny’s eyes doing a black and purple smokey look using Giorgio Armani Eyes to kill in 11 White Punch, Chanel Illusion D’Ombre in 83 Illusoire and Chanel Illusion D’Ombre in 85 Mirifique

Smokey eyes

Products used: Primer Potion from Urban Decay, Black Pearl Eye Shadow Palette from Bobbi Brown, Albatross from Nars, Hawaii Glitter from Lit Cosmetics, MultiplEYE Prime from Tarte, Lights, Camera, Lashes! from Tarte, Le Crayon Khol Intense Eye Pencil Noir from Chanel, Liquid Liner in Noir from Chanel, and Le Sourcil De Chanel Perfect Brows in Brun from Chanel. The false lashes I used are Revlon’s Fantasy Lengths Glue-On Lashes

Smokey Eyes 2

Products used: Same as above photo.

Rita Ora Inspired Eyes

As seen in January 27th’s post “The Look: Inspired by Rita Ora at the 2014 Grammy Awards (+ more!)” Click on photo for product details.

Rita Ora Inspired Eyes 2

As seen in January 27th’s post “The Look: Inspired by Rita Ora at the 2014 Grammy Awards (+ more!)” Click on photo for product details.

Subtle/Natural Eyes

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The Look: Angelina Jolie (Inspired by the Oscars) from March 4, 2014. Click on photo for product details.

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The Look: Angelina Jolie (Inspired by the Oscars) from March 4, 2014. Click on photo for product details.

MomsEyes2

March 2, 2014 post Make up I did for my mom. Click on photo for product details.

MomsEyes

March 2, 2014 post Make up I did for my mom. Click on photo for product details.

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March 2, 2014 post MOTD. Click on photo for product details.

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March 2, 2014 post MOTD. Click on photo for product details.

Eyes

From March 1, 2014 post. Click on photo for products.

Eyes 2

From March 1, 2014 post. Click on photo for products.

GoldenEyes2

Army Chic Makeup. Click photo for product details.

GoldenEyes

Army Chic Makeup. Click photo for product details.

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Subtle Valentines Makeup. Click photo for product details.

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Subtle Valentines Makeup. Click photo for product details.

Cat Eye

Coco Rocha Inspired Cat Eye, Feb 9th. Click photo for product details.

Cat Eye 2

Coco Rocha Inspired Cat Eye, Feb 9th. Click photo for product details.

Chanel’s Illusion D’Ombre in Abstraction

As seen in January 8ths blog post “Natural Eye using Chanel’s Illusion D’Ombre in Abstraction”.

As seen in January 13th’s post “Make up Inspired by Amber Heard”

As seen in January 13th’s post “Make up Inspired by Amber Heard”

As seen in January 17th’s post “Looks for a Girls Night”

As seen in January 17th’s post “Looks for a Girls Night”

Interview/Work Eyes2

As seen in January 20th’s post “Interview and Work Beauty/Fashion and Tips”

Interview/Work Eyes

As seen in January 20th’s post “Interview and Work Beauty/Fashion and Tips”

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