“Eye” Can See You Looking!

MAU:  Vanessa Kellman-Ferguson with model Vrinda

MAU: Vanessa Kellman-Ferguson with model Vrinda Asrani

Hello Beautiful People!

We were all born with different facial features, which are unique and intriguing. The Eyes are one of our beauty characteristic having distinctive shapes and sizes, which in most cases, require corrective makeup techniques for good makeup results. Do you know the shape of your  eyes? Take a look at the chart below to identify your eye shape.

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Model Vrinda before makeup application

Model Vrinda Asrani before makeup application

MUA: Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman with model Vrinda

MUA: Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman with model Vrinda Asrani

MUA:  Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman with model Vrinda

MUA: Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman with model Vrinda Asrani

I have recently worked with model Vrinda Asrani, who has deep set eyes; a person with deep set eyes have small eye lids, the brow bone comes out further, and the eyes are deep in the socket. I shaded Vrinda’s lids with a light colour which had a bit of shimmer, placing a deeper colour just above the socket blending up and out, while using a matte flush shade on the brow bone. The eyeliner on the top lid should be thin, with more colour deposit to the bottom of the eyes for a gorgeous finish.

Send me a quick note if you have questions about the best makeup techniques for your eye shape; I want your eyes to say ….“Eye” Can See You Looking!

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As always, thanks for stopping by!

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Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman is President & Founder of Studio 67 Makeup Artistry International

Vanessa is a MAC Cosmetics Pro Member

Makeup Artist:  Vanessa Ferguson-Kellman

Model:  Vrinda Asrani

Hairstylist: Ritu Asrani

Photographer:  Kelvin I. Kellman

Lips that Says….Ooh, Ahh, Nice!

Hello Beautiful People!

Vanessa wearing MAC Taupe Lipstick

Vanessa wearing MAC Taupe Lipstick

We are 41 days into summer and I am having an awesome time so far. I am playing lots of tennis and with my serves and ground strokes on point, I couldn’t be happier.  I have been going on daily nature walks, appreciating the picturesque landscapes, breathing fresh, crisp, clean air and thinking “Life is so good!”  So, how is your summer going?  Let me know what you have been up to.

Ok….Let’s take a look at some “Lips that Says….Ooh, Ahh, Nice!” featuring MAC’s Lipsticks in Taupe, Twig and ‘O’.  These are some of the nude lipsticks I have been wearing, however, I will be transitioning to some vibrant colours just for the fun of it.

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For fantastic results when applying your lipstick, here are some great tips:

  1. Your lips will love you for priming them first!  Priming moisturizes your lips and gives your product colour, vibrancy and longevity.
  2. Always sharpen your lip liner to achieve well defined lines, and also for sanitary purposes.
  3. When lining your lips, use quick effortless strokes.
  4. Use a lip brush to apply your lipstick, it will give you a polished finish.

MY EYES

  • UDPP
  • MAC Concealer NW 45
  • Ben Nye Concealer D13.
  • Naked Palettes 1 & 3
  • MAC Eye Khol – Smolder
  • L’Oreal Telescopic Liquid Liner
  • L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara
  • QUO Lashes – Flirty

MY FACE

  • Revlon Colorstay Foundation – Cappuccino
  • MAC Sheer/Pressed Powder – NW43
  • MAC Mineralized Blush – Love Joy
  • Ben Nye Banana Powder (highlighter)

MY LIPS

  • Coastal Scents – Coffee  & Natural Lip Pencils
  • MAC Taupe, Twig and ‘O’ Lipsticks
  • MAC Prep+Prime Lip
  • MAC 316 Lip Brush

Well, there you have it Beautiful People!  “Lips that Says……”Ooh, Ahh, Nice!” Thanks for stopping by and continue to enjoy your summer.

FOR MAKEUP AND ETIQUETTE UPDATES FOLLOW MY BLOG “white SAND & YELLOW diamond”

Vanessa is a MAC Cosmetics Pro Member

Vanessa  is President & Founder of Studio 67 Makeup Artistry International & The Etiquette Society International, Ltd.

Photo Credits: Kelvin I Kellaman

Photo with Mask – AJ