Easy glam all occasions makeup Tutorial! Happy New Year 2017 everyone :)

Ready to party? End of the year New year’s eve and New year’s day get together with friends coming next? Stuck and need some makeup inspo or to see what’s hot? I got you covered! 🙂




Check out how to get this chic glam makeup look with no falsies! But let’s get real add those falsies if you want for that extra wow 😀 I just couldn’t be bothered – clock ticking (out the door for some clubbing and bar hopping).

This look is super easy and fast with the right beauty products and of course your favourite brush tools you’ll be out the door once this makeup is done in no more than half an hour I assure you! It’s all about the flawless face, a little bronzing and contouring and add some drama to the eyes topping it up with some lipliner and a provocative lipstick.


I tend to keep my eye, looking matte, like for this look and also the face not too dewy and just top up with some nice highlighters and the ambient lighting powder from hourglass to blur the imperfections and as a finishing touch.


I have many favourite matte eyeshadows and combos from different makeup palettes that I gravitates towards all the time and switching it up from day to day which I will explain more in details coming up next on the blog on favourite Best Beauty Buys 2016 or take a look at the full review on the affordable matte eyeshadows from Makeup Geek that I’ve talked about in the previous post that I still love and adore so much, and use very often.

And a big must for me especially since I have small asian eyes, a good mascara, a sharp black eyeliner and deepening the crease are very significant makeup products and technique to not forget, considering it very essential to achieve this beauty look.


For this eye look I use all Makeup Geek eyeshadows and didn’t add any shimmering colour on the lid because I find matt eyes to be more sophisticated and soft yet beautifully glam (with gorgeous highlighters on the face), without being too over the top.



I only use three eye makeup brushes, one fluffy one to blend on the crease and upwards and one more dense to pack on darker colours and blend on the crease halfway from the outer corners of the eyes, starting from the ourter corner of the eye near the lash line, focusing distributing the colours there before bringing in upwards on the crease; and the third one, a more dense flat small thicker head to smudge some dark colours along the bottom of the eyes on the lash line bringing it only three thirds of the way, not all the way, towards the inner corners of the eyes.


Here is my most all time favourite eye brushes, in which I am sure there are many similar looking ones from several good price makeup brands that are very affordable. Like Morphe Brushes and E.l.f. for examples. The big fluffy one is E40 from Sigma, there is also the famous 217 from M.A.C. and a small dense flat shader brush which you can use to apply colour on the lids as well from Zoeva but I also like to use the tip to pack dark colour eyeshadow smudging all over the bottom lash line, leaving out the inner corners to intensify and add more drama to the eyes, making it appear deeper and bigger in a sense.

The two crease colours I used are Creme Brulee and Cupcake (my all time two must haves), while the colour i used to darken the outer V and lightly sweep on the crease and smudge under the lower lash line is called Vintage. A beautiful new colour screaming purply black that looks so unique and I’m just really digging it right now.

After the eyeshadows are looking good and the crease and outer V all blown out it’s time for some eyeliner and lots of mascara! I really adore the black felt tip liquid eyeliner by Dollywink, a japanese brand because it lasts nearly all day and give a really intense easy to draq any eyeliner look you preferred while Benefit mascara in the line They’re Real is just awesome! It doesn’t clump up my lashes and give a nice thicker longer lashes after applying around three coats or less!


For the face I use my top beauty finds that I will mostly featured in my favourite Beauty Buys of 2016 as well, so for more details head there to read very very soon when the article is published on here. These include top selling primer love by so so many beauty bloggers and youtubers from Hourglass as well as their new stick foundation. Concealer I used here is a long time only favourite concealer for the eyes brought to me by Urban decay called Naked Skin. Powder I used is a new favourite find of this year from Benefit named Hello Flawless with it’s own sponge after applying primer with my hands, and foundation and concealer with a dense small round headed foundation and concealer brush. Finishing it off with M.A.C. Global Glow which I used as a bronzer and Nars contour in the colour Paloma. As for blush I went for a new favourite of mine by Suratt Makeup (a luxury brand where I will also featured in my next article) in the shade Guimauve, while highlighting the cheek bones with the colour Satin Sheets from Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons eye palette.

For the lip I opt for the Too faced lip liner in Perfect Spice, a deep rosy brown shade and Tom Ford Lips and Boys in the colour Austin, a beautiful frosted warm tone bright pink.


So this is it guys how I achieve this quick makeup look that is very glam, easy and looking fantastic!

I hope you enjoy reading this and got some new makeup inspo or would love to try out some of these cool products out yourself. If you would like more details and to view what my other favourite makeup products of the year are don’t forget to stay tuned for my next article guys 🙂 And also for new recommended delicious place to eat and dine and travel destinations not to missed out in Sydney and also abroad as well for next year!

Have yourself a lovely New Year’s eve and Happy New Year 2017 in advance if you’re reading this when the article is posted. May 2017 be filled with amazing times and wonderful surprises for everyone!

With love talk to you again very soon. See you ❤

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