Ariana Grande Dangerous Woman Makeup Tutorial

Hey guys! As Ariana Grande’s latest album, Dangerous Woman, was released today, I thought it’d be fun to recreate the makeup look that she wore in the Dangerous Woman music video.

It’s actually a surprisingly easy look to do yourself, as it’s a mix of nicely blended brown shades on the lid, light contouring, and a pink/brown toned nude lip.

Products used:

Collection Illuminating Touch Concealer
Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder
Makeup Revolution Fortune Favours The Brave Eyeshadow Palette
Rimmel Brow This Way Brow Gel
Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara
Fleur De Force False Lashes ‘Fleur Loves’
MAC Lipliner in ‘Edge To Edge’
Soap & Glory Smoulder Kohl Eyeliner
Makeup Revolution ‘Golden Sugar’ Blush & Contour Palette

Here’s the tutorial! Hope you guys enjoy it!

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Victoria Secret-Inspired Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Hey guys! As it’s Halloween tomorrow, I thought it would be only fitting to squeeze one last Halloween themed makeup post in!

So I went for a look that I have been wanting to do for a long time now, a Victoria Secret Angel-inspired makeup look.Fotor0103019358Check out my video below to see how I achieved this look!


And that’s it for my Halloween themed posts for this year! I hope you guys enjoyed this series, let me know if you did in the comments, and if you’d like more themed series’ in the future. (For example, Blogmas anyone?)

Broken Doll Halloween Makeup Tutorial

As Halloween is quickly approaching, we are all suddenly wondering what outfit/costume we should wear, if we are doing anything on Halloween. So today I’m sharing with you guys a super creepy Halloween makeup look, that’s perfect for a last minute costume (that looks like you actually put a lot of thought and effort into it!)

Broken Doll Halloween Makeup Tutorial

As you can see, it’s a creepy broken doll makeup/costume look, check out my video below to see how I created this look.

All that’s left is to pair it with a super cute dress, a torn old dress, or even dungarees! The fun part it that it’s entirely up to you!


Let me know if you’re going to try this look out, or if I’ve inspired you to make it your own!

Snapchat Filter Halloween Costume

Hey guys! Today I thought I’d share a quick halloween makeup tutorial, a Snapchat filter! As most of you probably know by now, a few weeks back, Snapchat unveiled their latest features, one of which was a super cute rainbow-puke filter. And since we’re nearing halloween, I thought this would be a super easy last-minute makeup look for anyone that doesn’t have a costume yet!

So I started out by doing my regular face and basic eye makeup, just a touch of gold on the lids and wings, with a little bit of mascara.

Then you start by creating a small rainbow on your chin. I used face paints to achieve this look, but you could use liquid lipsticks, eyeshadows, or anything that will be highly pigmented when applied to your face.   Snapchat Filter Halloween Costume Makeup Tutorial Once you’ve finished the chin, you can bring the rainbow down onto your neck and chest. I’ve put a little wave in it because that’s how the filter falls when it’s on Snapchat.Snapchat Filter Halloween Costume Makeup Tutorial Now for some smaller details, I added little stars and sparkles with a white eyeliner pencil, and a little cloud attached to the end of the rainbow.Snapchat Filter Halloween Costume Makeup TutorialSnapchat Filter Halloween Costume Makeup Tutorial Finally I added some white eyeliner to my waterline and bottom lash line, making my eyes look bigger, and a lot of blush to the apples of my cheeks, because the filter makes your eyes very big, and cheeks very flushed.

I then blended my cheeks, and you’re done!Snapchat Filter Halloween Costume Makeup Tutorial


And that’s it! I hope you guys enjoyed this fun tutorial, it really is super quick and easy if you don’t have a costume preprepared, or if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a costume! Let me know if you give this look a go for halloween!

How To: Dutch Headband Braid

Fotor0922164846Here’s another really easy (once you’ve mastered the way of passing the hair around) and cute hairstyle , that once you’re confident doing it, you can perfect in 5 minutes! Like most braids, you start out with three strands.

I’ve taken a small section from my part, and parted it into three strands.The key to this braid is passing the hair underneath the other strands you have, unlike other braids where you go over. This makes the braid stand out from the rest of your hair.Fotor0922163623So obviously I have started out the braid by regularly braiding, but passing the hair underneath. Then, like a french braid, you grab an extra small section of hair and add it in with the piece you are about to move over. Then you bring it into the middle.

Once you’ve started adding little sections of hair and moving them underneath the other two strands, the braid will start to form and be 3D.

Once you’ve braided as much as you’d like, or for as long as your hair is, you can stop adding sections and simply finish the braid off like a simple three strand braid.DSCN2301 (2)Then you just have to secure the braid with a hair elastic, and bobby pin it underneath the rest of your hair. If you’d like your hair to look a little bit thicker you can just lightly pull at the strands, and it immediately looks so much thicker. You can also choose to pull out and random strands around your face if you prefer a more undone look. Once you’ve perfected it to how you’d like to wear it, you’re done!


I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and it helped you out! Let me know if you’d like me to do any other hair tutorials in the comments below!

Autumnal Date Night Makeup

That’s right, it’s nearing autumn now, which can only mean that berry and golden tones are creeping their way back into our makeup looks!

So today I decided to put together an autumnal look that you could wear out in those delightful autumn evenings!DSCN2214

I started out by brushing and filling in my brows, then covering my lids with Trick from the Naked 3 palette. After that, I put Mugshot in the outer crease, then Factory on the very bottom of the outer corner. Once I had finished all of that, I put a dab of Strange in the inner corners, just to brighten up the eyes and cancel out any darkness that might have collected there.

Next I did my favourite makeup addition of all time, a cat eye. I used my Collection Extreme Felt Liner to do line along the top of my upper lash line, and then did a little wing. Then I curled my lashes and added Maybelline’s Lash Sensational mascara.

Now to make this look very fit for autumn, I used my favourite autumnal lipstick, Rimmel’s Kate Moss lipstick in 107.IMAG0837 (2)


And you’re done! I hope you guys enjoyed this look, let me know if you give it a go!

What are your favourite makeup colours for autumn?

Back To School 4 Easy Hairstyles

Easy Back To School HairstylesI know, how you’re going to wear your hair for when you go back to school isn’t at the forefront of your mind when you think about back to school. So don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Today I’m sharing with you guys, 4 super easy hairstyles that you can wear when you go back to school!

High Ponytail with Headband | This hairstyle is super easy, and also great for hiding a bad hair day, or if your hair isn’t feeling really fresh, and you just want it up and out of the way. The headband makes this style look super cute and adds another element to it.

Two Braids | This hairstyle is a little more work, but if you can french-braid hair, then this style is very achievable. You simply braid your fringe back from your face, and secure it with a hair elastic, then you braid a section of hair that’s roughly the same size away from your face on the other side. Then you join the two braids together.

High Messy Bun | This hairstyle is one of my favourites when I really don’t want to do anything with my hair, but I don’t want it in my face, or getting in the way. (This style is also super useful for if it’s a really hot day, as all of your hair is up, and not tickling you neck, or making it sweaty!) I have a post on how to do this style, but all it really is, is a high ponytail, you twist is to collect all of the hair together, and then wrap it around the base of the ponytail, then secure it all with another hair tie.

Messy Braids | If you’re not a particular fan of a ‘styled’ look, and you prefer to have your hair down and messy, then this style could work for you! All you have to do is flip all of your hair to one side of your head, then secure it with some bobby pins, just so you don’t have to keep moving it all back over to one particular side. Then just add some random braids in wherever you like, the point is to make it look messy and casual. You can add some salt spray if you’d like, to keep your hair tousled all day.


That’s it for some simple hairstyles for back to school, I hope you guys try these out! If you do, be sure to let me know which one was your favourite!

How To Style: A Kimono

As if I haven’t already said it enough, summer is here people! And for me, few things are better during summer than having cute outfits planned, so you save time contemplating what to wear, and more enjoying yourself in the sun! So today I’m sharing with you guys 3 ways to style a summer staple: a kimono.

My kimono is a short casual one, from New Look for £19.99


Style 1: With Shorts

This look is effortless, styled and casual. I would say this is best suited for a hot day, where you plan to be out and about. The shorts will keep you cool, and the kimono will protect your shoulders from getting burnt, and keep you covered in the shade.

I also styled this look with a side Dutch braid because I think it dressed it up a little bit, and added an extra element to the look. DSCN1093DSCN1081 (2)


Style 2: Dressed Up

This style is slightly more dressed up, because I paired it with a pencil skirt. This look is great for an evening outdoor summer party, or something to wear at the office if you’re working on a really summery day. Again, you’ll stay cool and office appropriate, while also rocking a little summer inspired look.DSCN1156 (2) DSCN1184


Style 3: Jeans Casual

And finally, you can pair it with jeans. I have worn this look while shopping during the day, and found that it is too hot, so instead I’d now wear this outfit to an evening BBQ or similar event, because that way the heat of the day will have dissipated and you can feel comfortable and look cute. I also added my necklace, because I feel like a tiny piece of jewellery can be shown off with simpler outfits.

I just tied my hair back into a messy high ponytail, because I feel like this outfit is a relaxed casual one, so you don’t need a complicated hairstyle. dscn1309DSCN1334 DSCN1361


There are 3 different ways I would style a kimono! Have you got any other kimono inspired outfit ideas? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to play around more with them!

French Fishtail Tutorial

I really love the fishtail braid, and this style gives great hold, keeps your hair entirely out of your face, and is perfect for a ‘no-heat’ summer hairstyle! So today I’m showing you guys how to achieve the French Fishtail!


Start out by parting your hair normally and working a french braid on the side of your fringe, right down to the ends, and secure it with a hair elastic.

Then put all of your hair, including the french braid, into a ponytail.

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All that’s left now is to fishtail braid your ponytail! Just part your ponytail in two, and pass a small section from one side to the other, for as long as you’d like our fishtail to be. If you need a more in-depth description, check out my How To Fishtail post.

And just like that, you’ve got a really cute and easy summer style!


I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial, if you did let me know in the comments below! Be sure to ‘like’ this post if you’d like more hair tutorials. Until next time my loves!

5 Minute Fishtail Braid Tutorial

I recently noticed that my most popular hair tutorial is the Fishtail braid, so I figured since a lot of you guys liked it, but I know it can take a lot of time, if you want a similar effect but much quicker, today I’m sharing with you the 5 minute cheat version!

So as per usual, start out with a rocking side pony.

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Then, part the hair above your hair elastic in two, and twist the ponytail back into itself.Fotor0514150535

Then tie another hair tie a little lower down on your ponytail and repeat, bringing the rest of the pony back into itself.Fotor051415092

I then did that once more because my hair is a little longer. Then just take the hair elastics out, secure the end, and you’re done!7

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And just like that, you’ve got a faux-fishtail!


I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial, let me know if you try it out! And as always, don’t forget that you can request a post by going to my Contact Me page!