It's happened to all of us at some point, you drop that favourite palette of yours and a powder smashes into a million pieces! But don't worry, it can be fixed! With just a 12 AED bottle of rubbing alcohol from the pharmacy and a spatula or butter knife, your favourite pressed powder can be restored!
Today's video tutorial is a long one! It includes step by step FULL face contouring, and then the sparkly gold eyes in last week's photo post. This is a great holiday season look with the glitter, the gold and the red. So give it a try!
Products used are: FACE Atelier foundations, Maybelline New York Matte Maker powders, Wojooh Beauty mascara and blusher, Urban Decay CosmeticsHeavy Metal glitter liner, Real Techniques brushes and sponge, L'Oréal Paris Infallable Lipstick, Anastasia Beverly Hills brow powder.
Video Tutorial: Red & Gold Glitter Holiday Look
Video Tutorial: Mauve Eye
Easy Retro up-Do
Storing brushes for use in our studio is tricky. They currently stand in this cute pink vase (on the left) but they smoosh together and can get mishapen, and its difficult to find the one you want without rifling through them all! Here's how to make this super useful, and beautiful, brush organiser and holder (on the right), all for under 100 AED!
Video Tutorial: Glam Silver Glitter Cut Crease
Arabic Purple & Pink Dramatic Eye
How To: Turquoise Eye
How To Fake A Perfect Hairline
Dahlia is a professionally trained make-up artist, hair stylist and Everlasting Brows technician. She loves beauty and science and holds degrees in Physics and Engineering.