Bridal hair - love the babies breath and carnations in her braided updo. This is basicaly what I want but maybe half up instead of all the way, and more variety of flower colors. to-marry-my-best-friend
Looking at the same image as before the make-up in this image is fierce and smoky and although it is more demonic looking than I am wanting for my assessment the pose is what I am focusing on from this one was it shows off the make-up perfectly and allows the costume to be in the image slightly while the background is out of focus making her the main focal point in this image.
rab a can of texturizing spray or dry shampoo — Tran prefers Oribe's Dry Texture Spray — and blast the roots of your hair, holding the spray 12 inches away from your head. Go section by section, and slowly layer the spray into your locks, avoiding the ends.
No matter what size they are, everyone wants their breasts to be nice and perky. A beautiful, upright pair of breast will make every woman more self-confident and more attractive in the eyes of the opposite S..X
I did this little quad to show you girls my favorite two brushes that I love using . Two of them are from MAC the 217 and 224 brushes to blend and carve out the crease. Obviously these two brushes are expensive @morphebrushes have amazing quality brushes and dupes for the MAC ones . The right side are the duped by @morphebrushes #M330 and #M433. What more than a greater deal they are about $5 each brush ! Ballinnnnnn on a budget if you girls want me to post my favorite brushes for face and…
Following the unexpected box-office success of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), director Robert Aldrich wanted to reunite stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964). Crawford quit after working a week in Baton Rogue and four days in Hollywood. She was replaced in the role of 'Miriam Deering' by Oliva de Havilland. Here are hair tests for Crawford in the role.
32 Easy Step by Step Eyeshadow Tutorials for Beginners
Recreate this lovely bronze look by starting with a matte shade of brown and working it throughout the outer crease and blending outwards. Keep adding colour until you get the intensity you want, and then adding a bronze glitter, pat over the top from the outer corner to the centre of the eyelid. Use mascara to end the look perfectly.