Sunday, March 9, 2008

Shiseido Maquillage new eyeshadow palette!

Love this Shiseido Maquillage new eye shadow palette SV844! Have been using it on few celebrities/artists & they all love the fine texture & slide shimmy color tone! You can use it as normal daily makeup or just to layer & top on with darker blue/black gel line to have a evening look! Great for all skin tone!  

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

any tips? white = highlighting brow bone, light blue = socket area, lavender = outer corner of eye?

thanks
vfrois

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi vfrois

I'll apply the dark grey/black near to the lash line area as well as the outer corner of the eyes to create a longer eye effect, for the silverly color next to the dark grey/black I'll apply above the lash line, as for the lavender blue tone will be on the socket & shimmer white on brow bone area.
For people with single eye lid is better to apply the dark grey/back thicker on the lash line in order to make the eye look bigger & brighter.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the tips! hmm what abt double eyelid? thinner grey back on the lash line? sometimes the eyeliner makes my eyes smaller maybe too thick?

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Yes! Maybe your eyeliner's you've drawn on the lash line's too thick! Use a fine/thinner blush to apply will be better.

Anonymous said...

hi andy!
I wonder would there be any chance whereby u'ld help those non-celebrities like us for a makeover?
haha. random i know =)

bubbles*

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Bubbles

I some time do makeover for some magazine's reader some time! e.g. Cleo, Cita Bella都會佳人 or NuYou 女友.

Anyway I'll be doing makeup demo for "John Little"s Japanese fair at Plaza Singapora on 22 & 29 March 1pm-2pm & 4pm-5pm. Hope to see you! :)

Anonymous said...

thanks lot! hugs! have a good weekend :)

vfrois

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy,

I have problem when apply mascara as it look messy. and how to use eyelash curler as i find it hard to curl as it crooks. thanks alot

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Start with eye lash curler - curl from the nearer the root of your lashes & slowly move out bit by bit toward the end of lashes.
apply mascara - if you've problem with the messy part or crumpy of mascara standby another clean mascara brush. After you've apply the mascara follow by using the clean mascara brush to brush thru again.
Another way of curling lashes - you can try using those battery operated curler. Once you've switch on it'll get warmer & just place it under the root of the lashes & slowly press & move up towards the end of lashes.

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy,

Any neck cream to recommend?
I am a 25 yrs old girl who has lines around my neck.
Is neck cream only for more matured skin?

Rgds,
Kris

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Kris

So far I've not come across a really good skin care that can help remove lines on neck area... Best to look for a Aesthetics to treat this problem.

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy

What's the best powder for dry/normal sensitive skin, early 30s. my makeup sometimes goes on a bit cakey or rough, even with moisturizer :( i've tried bobbi brown pressed powder, chanel foundation, sheiseldo press powder, kose powder. wonder what went wrong?

Thanks
vfroi

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi vfroi

I think your problem is not the makeup foundation that you're using! Partly maybe your skin is dry & sensitive which will cause your skin dead cell are too thick thus most of the powder doesn't stay well/cakey! Maybe you can try to use some hydrating sheet mask something like SK-II facial treatment mask or similar at least one or twice a week, this may help to soften the skin dead cell & you'll not have such problem any more! Hope this can help you! Take care!

Anonymous said...

Hmm but it looks cakey after some times maybe aft several hours or pressed powder touch up (bobbi brown). It seems uneven no matter how much I try to blend it in. maybe i too kiasu applied too much :(
Concealer doesn't have to be worn with any makeup or powder? or aft liquid foundation. How to apply foundation on the right way, concealer and pressed powder? Srry so many questions

Thanks!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Yes! you maybe apply too much!
You can apply concealer with or without foundation but the concealer have to be close to your skin tone.
As for apply steps - Liquid/cream foundation-concealer-loose powder. Or concealer-powder foundation. Remember the more liquid type go on first!

Anonymous said...

haha I so kiasu moisturiser > make up base > tinted moisturiser > liquid foundation on the eye area and cheek > concealer > loose powder > pressed powder for touch up
thanks a lot!!! hugs
Happy Easter!

tbb said...

hi andy! i have dry skin and i would like to know what type of moisturizer you would recommend me? im a single eyelid and when i apply eyeliner. it always make my eyes look smaller! but i did not apply anything too thick. may i know what went wrong? pls and thanks! love yr posts!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi tbb

Thanks for your support!
There's so many good moisturizer for dry skin selling in the stores. Is best you can go & have your skin analyse by some skin care counter first. Shiseido & Ipsa do have computer to be able to check what you skin really needs.
For single eye lid - You'll have to draw the eye liner thicker until it can be seen when your eyes are open! Most of the time if the eye liner too thin doesn't work for single eye lid as it'll be hidden when the eyes are open.

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