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A nail art printer, if you haven’t seen the viral videos going around yet, prints images directly onto your nails for stunning nail art literally at the push of a button.

These machines only recently became available in the United States, and the internet has been going wild over them.

They’re a fantastic investment for nail salons because they can print images faster than a nail artist working by hand ever could so you have quicker customer turnover. Plus, it’s definitely a unique experience your clients will leave and tell everyone about, giving you word-of-mouth advertising. Read on to discover the best available nail art printers on Amazon.


Harper’s BAZAAR

Pink is having a moment. Beauty tastemakers like Rihanna and Kylie Jenner are dropping pink products left and right—and serving up major inspiration to wear the shade on our eyes, lips, and nails. In fact, a pink manicure is probably the most subtle and foolproof way to embrace the trend. Scroll down to see the best pink nail art ideas that will have you loving the shade all over again.

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1 Neon Bright

You don’t need much — or anything extra at all — to make a neon nail stand out.

Try: Floss Gloss in Maliboob Job, $9, SHOP

2 3D Mosaic

Make your nails a literal piece of art with this beaded detail.

Try: Essie Gel Couture in Sheer Fantasy, $12, SHOP

3 Marble Dreams

Swirl together light pink, white, and gold glitter for a mesmerizing marble nail look.

Try: Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Ballerina, $28, SHOP

4 Flower Power

Maybe it’s our subconscious highly anticipating spring weather, but for now we are all in with flower art details. This look is subtle and just so dreamy.

Try: Nails Inc. Nailpure Nail Polish in Mayfair Mansion Mews, $15, SHOP

5 Glitter Negative Space

Update the popular negative space trend with the addition of gold shimmer.

Try: Zoya Nail Lacquer in Harper, $10, SHOP

6 Hot Pink Tip

The classic french tip is getting a major update in 2019 and we are here for it.

Try: JinSOON Nail Lacquer in Dolly Pink, $18, SHOP

7 Loud and Proud

Want gA hot pink and black-and-white nail art look that looks decidedly retro and ’90s—in a good way. It’s like the nail equivalent of a hair scrunchie.

Try: China Glaze Nail Lacquer in Neon & On & On, $7, SHOP

8 Pink Holographic

Holographic foil on top of a candy-pink manicure is unabashedly flirty and fun.

Try: Julep in Raleigh Wonder Maven, $14, SHOP

9 Pink Rainbow

You can really have it all: why get stuck with just one shade of pink when you can wear the full spectrum on your nails?

Try: OPI Tokyo Infinite Shine Collection in All Your Dreams in Vending Machines, $13, SHOP

10 Light and Fluffy

A pink manicure for those of us still easing into the trend: a mix of nearly-nude pink shades in a clean and minimalist design.

Try: CND Shellac in Winter Glow, $13, SHOP

11 Go Geometric

Tiny details can make or break a manicure. Add small metallic geometric shapes to make a glossy pink manicure Instagram-worthy.

Try: Butter London Patent Shine 10x in Fruit Machine, $18, SHOP

12 Pretty Pastel

Dainty pastel details on a pastel pink base will make you smile every time you look down at your nails.

Try: OPI Make It Iconic Nail Lacquer Collection in Mod About You, $11, SHOP

13 Techno Animal

We can always trust a Jeremy Scott show to have sick nail art. His Fall 2018 collection debuted what Miss Pop calls “Techno Animal” print to soothe our inner wild child.

Try: Essie in Bachelorette Bash, $9, SHOP

14 Shape Shifters

Pale pink and gold are the perfect color combination for a modern yet elegant nail art look.

Try: Deborah Lippmann Iconic Treatment-enriched Nail Polish in Chantilly Lace, $18, SHOP

15 Read Between The Lines

Whether you want lines horizontal, vertical, or a mix of both, simply drawing them on a pale pink background makes for one striking look.

Try: Lauren B. Beauty in City of Angels, $18, SHOP

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Valentine’s Day is all about love—it doesn’t matter if you’re single and loving your fresh nail art or celebrating with your person. Here, 10 heart-inspired nail art ideas to wear on February 14, or any time you feel like spreading a little love.

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1 It’s Called Fashun

The Comme des Garçons heart emblem is classic. This manicure is the perfect cute and minimal heart nail art idea when you don’t want to go all out.

Try: OPI Nail Lacquer in Alpine Snow, $11, SHOP

2 Black-and-White

Lighten up the mood of an all-black mani with a mini white heart on one finger. It’s sweet, but with an edge.

Try: Marc Jacobs Beauty Enamored Hi-Shine Nail Polish in Blacquer, $18, SHOP

3 Conversation Hearts

Write cute messages on the tip of your nails if you’re feeling a little cheeky. Bonus points if you hold up a few conversation hearts for an #nailfie Instagram.

Try: Nails Inc. Nailpure Nail Polish in Mayfair Mansion Mews, $15, SHOP

4 Heart Tips

We’re loving the renaissance of the French tip manicure. Update it this Valentine’s Day by shaping the traditional cream tips into hearts.

Try: Butter London Patent Shine 10x Nail Lacquer in Her Majesty’s Red, $18, SHOP

5 Negative Space

Black and hot pink make for one striking color pairing—so tread lightly. Try using the color combo at the tip of the nail and choosing one nail on each hand for a a negative-space heart design.

Try: Essie in Mod Squad, $9, SHOP

6 Stick It On

Don’t want to be stuck with heart nail art past the 14th? Use a sticker to dress up your mani—then peel it off when you want to change up the look.

Try: Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Organdi, $28, SHOP

7 Feeling Blue

This manicure proves that sometimes feeling blue is a good thing.

Try: Smith & Cult Nail Polish in Exit the Void, $18, SHOP

8 Queen of Hearts

An ultra-glossy red manicure is already festive—but why not push the envelope? The addition of varying negative space heart designs will take your nails to the next level.

Try: JinSOON Nail Lacquer in Coral Peony, $18, SHOP

9 Graffiti Hearts

Hearts don’t always have to be so cutesy. Try this graffiti-inspired manicure with a matte top coat for an unexpected take on V-Day nails.

Try: Essie Matte About Ypu Topcoat, $9,

10 Cartoon Strip

Get a little artsy and put a cartoon twist on a standard heart tip black-and-white manicure.

Try: Zoya Nail Lacquer in Genesis, $10, SHOP

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Though the LBD (little black dress) has been a tried-and-true favorite among the fashion set for decades, the LWD (little white dress) has entered the sartorial scene in recent years—and given the LBD a run for its money (or at least, its iconography). And since several designers showed LWDs at September’s New York Fashion Week, the piece has cemented place in the world of 2019 dress trends; little white dresses are here to stay—and it’s time for us to get on board.

Where the little black dress offers timeless style rendered in a classic silhouette, the little white dress feels lighter, breezier and more experimental. Baja East’s NYFW take on the LWD involved an asymmetrical cut and fringe hemline, Brandon Maxwell’s felt distinctly tailored, and Ulla Johnson’s was frillier, more delicate and almost vintage in nature.

The point? There’s no right way to do a trendy little white dress—no single LWD archetype. The piece’s position in the sartorial universe is still being determined, offering tons of exciting opportunities in the way of shopping and styling.

As is the case with every other 2019 fashion trend that’s starting to gain steam, little white dresses are becoming increasingly pervasive—both on runways and in retailers. Though winter seems like a strange time to start sporting breezy white duds, little white dresses are available in all kinds of varieties—some fit for spring/summer, others adjusted for the colder temperatures of fall and winter.

Ahead, a beginner’s guide to the little white dress in its many forms and fashions—all of which are super on-trend for 2019, and all of which you can shop below.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Satin Kimono Dress, $72 at ASOS

Classic cut, classic fabric—unexpected color. This trifecta makes for an excellent cocktail look you can turn to for the dressier occasions on your calendar.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Mestiza New York Palma Tiered Tassel Dress, $277 at Neiman Marcus

Casual enough to pair with sandals, sleek enough to wear with tights and boots. Why limit your closet by season when you don’t have to?

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Jil Sandler Gathered Asymmetric Dress, $1,586 at Matches Fashion

One of the more edgily cut maxi dresses we’ve ever encountered. Pair with clunky accessories for a cold-weather look, or pare things down for spring/summer wear.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Ermanno Scervino Ruffled Mini Dress, $2,743 at Farfetch

Bjork’s iconic swan dress—but make it fashion.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Maxi Polo Shirtdress, $45 at ASOS

The shirtdress just got a slinky makeover.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

See by Chloe Tiered Ruffle Dress, $410 at Shopbop

Part-T-shirt dress, part-tulle dream—all comfy-cute style.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Manning Cartell One-Shoulder Dress, $446 at Farfetch

You probably already own this dress in black. Why not try white on for size, too?

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Esteban Cortazar Fluted Midi Dress, $1,204 at Matches Fashion

This knit dress is practically begging to be worn all winter long.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Theory Slip Dress, $453 at Farfetch

Satin slip midis are the cutest imaginable iteration of this trend.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Paco Rabanne Crystal Embellished Shirtdress, $359 at Farfetch

An embellished collar will add a dose of detailed decadence to your LWD.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Style Mafia Lulu Button-Front Dress, $145 at Urban Outfitters

The buttons on this dress are downright incredible.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Likely Sleeveless Shift Dress, $200 at Farfetch

The more structured minis, the merrier.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Alice McCall About You Dress, $550 at Farfetch

There’s a lot going on with this dress, and we love every bit of it.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

MUF 10 Jersey Dress, $143 at Farfetch

Wearable pajamas—need we say more?

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

A.L.C. Marin Dress, $425 at Shopbop

You can never go wrong with a classic shift dress—no matter what color it’s rendered in.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Stella McCartney Layered Shirtdress, $1,235 at Farfetch

Your favorite shirtdress got a flattering AF makeover.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Thom Browne Contrast Stitch Shirtdress, $534 at Farfetch

Because white and black don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Yumi Kim Class Act Dress, $228 at Shopbop

This drapey piece looks simple from far away, but closer inspection reveals it’s all kind of ornate.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Ganni Nolana Silk Maxi Dress, $368 at Farfetch

We’ve been eyeing this Ganni maxi for months. We’re just glad 2019’s fashion trends have given us an excuse to finally buy it.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Zimmermann Heathers Belted Shirtdress, $750 at Shopbop

We usually stay away from white keyhole lace, but Zimmermann can do no wrong.

STYLECASTER | 2019 Wants You to Replace Your LBD With an LWD

Elisabetta Franchi Short Party Dress, $600 at Farfetch

Just embellished enough.

For many of us, the lasting appeal of nail art is that we can express our tastes (no matter how wild or subdued) without the aesthetic confines of hair and makeup. It’s a mini act of self-presentation.

“There’s specificity in how we choose to do our nails,” said Miss Pop, the artist who created these four looks. “Those choices are joyful.”

And now, the canvas is growing. The newest nail art, largely inspired by the giddiness of the 1990s, spills onto the fingers and hands. Glitter, rhinestones and beads make up most of the designs.

“This is a ’90s reboot,” Miss Pop said. “It’s an evolution of that excessive aesthetic we’re seeing all over fashion and beauty.” And as anyone who’s ever bedazzled a denim jacket knows, rhinestones create big visual impact but are surprisingly easy to wield.

“People find it very challenging to paint designs on nails,” she said. “But putting down some eyelash glue and sticking on a rhinestone? It’s so easy.”

Summer with its nonstop events — weddings, beach days, outdoor festivals — is the best season to introduce the nail-art-is-hand-art look. But before you get started, Miss Pop has a few general rules.

  • Your hands should be oil free before applying hand art. Your work will last longer if your canvas isn’t moist.

  • Be conservative with glue. If you apply too much, it’ll squeeze out at the sides when you top it with a bead. And it won’t dry clear.

  • When considering designs, think about how your hand art can complement your nails. But don’t worry about overdoing it. “This is about being extra,” Miss Pop said. “No matter where you are, it’s a conversation starter.”

According to Miss Pop, this cheerful crystal design is an evolution of the bejeweled makeup and hairstyles seen recently on celebrities. She said she loves the jewels that Janelle Monáe has been wearing in her hair, done by her hairstylist Nikki Nelms.

To recreate this scattered pattern, mix about four crystal colors (any more than that won’t look cohesive). Miss Pop used both baguettes and round shapes, which you can find at a bead and trim store or order online. “I used fancier glass ones here, but plastic is more bang for your buck and will still look good,” she said.

To apply, dot tiny beads of clear Duo Eyelash Adhesive ($9) on your hand. Pick up each rhinestone with a wax pencil and press gently onto the glue, which takes five minutes to dry. Stagger the end points of each rhinestone trail. “The scattered pattern is so forgiving,” Miss Pop said. “When you start losing your rhinestones, no one will notice.”

On the nails, Miss Pop used a thin striper brush to paint each color of the rainbow and filled in the other half of the nail with white polish. The horizontal colored lines are the most difficult part of this manicure. “If the stripes are too hard, there’s no reason you can’t do some version of it, painting each nail a different color or applying color on just the tips of the nails,” she said.

If you can use a felt-tipped liquid eyeliner, you can do this hand art, Miss Pop said. The main idea here is to repeat the shape on the nail on the hand. To get an even rectangle cutout, use a striper brush to paint a thick horizontal line a third down the nail. Divide that line into thirds, with two vertical lines that end at the tip. Cross those two vertical lines with a second horizontal line slightly above the tip of the nail.

Polish around the rectangle created at the center. With a liquid eyeliner pen, like Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner ($22), draw a rectangle starting at the cuticle. “The waterproof liner will survive several hand washes,” Miss Pop said.

Ombré glittered hands are the easiest and longest lasting of all. “It looks like it would come right off, but it isn’t going anywhere unless you really want it to,” Miss Pop said. This very fine glitter sets durably with spirit gum adhesive. Paint your nails first. Miss Pop paired baby blue (“a classic ’90s color”) and soft yellow with holographic silver glitter.

“You have to use cosmetic grade glitter,” she said. “If it’s safe for your eyes and lips, it’s safe for your hands.” Brush a thin layer of spirit gum all around the finger. Make sure you get the pads right underneath the nails.

Then, using a flat brush, press the glitter onto the glue. To get the ombré effect, add a second layer of glitter tighter around the cuticle and fingertip, then brush the excess up the finger.

To remove the glitter without ruining your polish, wrap your fingers in cotton soaked in spirit gum remover for a few minutes, then rub off.

A mix of the Costume Institute’s “Heavenly Bodies” exhibition and a trip Miss Pop recently took to Versailles informed this ornate design. She applied each bead individually, which she acknowledges is a time-consuming and delicate task, particularly for a nail art novice.

The best D.I.Y. option is to buy beads in ready-made clusters, then create your own design with those. “Then this becomes fairly easy,” she said.

Plan your pattern on paper before placing the beads on your nails or hands. For the nails, use a combination base and topcoat specifically designed for rhinestones and beads, like China Glaze for Rhinestones Only, ($7). Place the beads right into the base coat. If you make a mistake in placement, the beads move around easily in the rhinestone polish. Polish over the design with the same clear polish.

On the hands, apply the beads with eyelash glue. To get the design creativity flowing, Miss Pop suggests looking to jewelry designs for inspiration.

Models: Christina Grant and Christina Ambers; prop styling by Stockton Hall; photographed at The Apartment.

This tutorial is going up a little late, haha! I thought it’d be fun to share a Valentine’s inspired makeup look but this would also be fun for many different occasions or even as an every day look.

I used two different palettes but I think you could easily adapt it to match makeup you already own and love.

Of course, I love to hear from you so be sure to let me know what you think in the comments and whether  you’d love to see more makeup tutorials in the future! xo, Missy

Pink Spring Makeup Supplies:

Pink Spring Makeup Instructions:

  • Step 1 / Begin by applying a primer all over the face.
  • Step 2 / Next, use a kabuki brush or beauty blender to apply foundation over the face and down the neck.
  • Step 3 / Now apply concealer under the eyes and down the center of the face and blend it into the skin.
  • Step 4 / Fill in the brows using a pomade and then brush through them with a spoolie.
  • Step 5 / Then use a clear pomade to set them in place.
  • Step 6 / Now take the same concealer and apply it on the lids as an eyeshadow base.
  • Step 7 / From the Naked 3 palette, apply the shade ‘burnout’ to the crease, blending it out.
  • Step 8 / Then take the shade ‘buzz’ from the same palette and use this to deepen up the outer third of the lid.
  • Step 9 / Now using the Naked 2 palette, apply the shade ‘YDK’ over the inner 2/3 of the lid.
  • Step 10 / With the same palette, use the shade ‘busted’ to deepen up the outer third even more and then blend out the edges.
  • Step 11 / Now from the Naked 3 palette again, use the shade ‘dust’ over the inner third of the lid.
  • Step 12 / Then mimic the same shades on the lower lash line and blend it out.
  • Step 13 / Next take a gel liner and line the lash line.
  • Step 14 / Then curl and coat the lashes with mascara.
  • Step 15 / Next, apply a pair of false eyelashes to the lash line.
  • Step 16 / Use a bronzer to contour the face – under the cheekbones, in the temple, along the top of the forehead, down the sides of the neck, along the sides of the nose, and under the bottom lip..
  • Step 17 / Apply a few swipes of blush to the apples of the cheek.
  • Step 18 / Apply a highlighter to the tops of the cheekbones, above the eyebrows, and down the center of the nose.
  • Step 19 / To finish the look, apply a mauve/nude lip liner all over the lips.
  • Step 20 / Then apply a pale pink lipstick all over the lips.

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If you invest in one new piece this season, let it be a long-sleeve maxi dress. Flattering and wearable for almost any occasion – from work to weddings – winter maxis are ridiculously versatile.

And, while you might traditionally think of floral prints as a summer affair, we can promise they’re a huge trend this autumn/winter.

Whether you choose to dress yours up with heels and a clutch bag for party season events, or want to keep things casual in ankle boots, a long-sleeved maxi will quickly become your winter wardrobe essential. Just pop yours on and you’re pretty much good to go – they really are the definition of hassle-free dressing.

The best bit? Your long-sleeved maxi will look equally cool with a chic knit worn on top – or a polo neck layered underneath – but you’ll still get plenty of wear out of it next spring.

With so many styles on the high street right now, we’ve done the work for you and rounded up 20 of the most stylish long-sleeved printed maxis around right now – with options to suit every budget…

Hello friends! It’s been forever since I’ve sat down and shared a makeup review with you. I was looking through this blog of mine recently and just felt like something was missing. So in an effort to fill that void, I’ve decided to start sharing more makeup and (hopefully!) fashion posts with you. Let me know if there’s anything specific you’d love to hear about and I will get started on it! xo, Missy

In today’s post I’m excited to be sharing four foundations I’ve been using and loving (or not loving) recently. Over the past few years I’ve become converted to wearing full coverage foundations. Of course, there’s a time and place for a lighter coverage and I do still love BB & CC creams but these four today all have a medium to full coverage so let’s get started!  

Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place Makeup

This has been my tried and true foundation forever. I’ve gone through 3 bottles already and just reordered my fourth. The coverage of this foundation is absolutely amazing. I come from a family of blondes and redheads, which means freckles, and this makeup covers them all up without flinching. Don’t get me wrong I really loved my freckles but now that I’m getting older I appreciate the look of a flawless coverage.

Point #2 is the lasting power of this makeup. We’re talking without any touchups. This is definitely my foundation of choice when I’m going for a full coverage makeup day especially when I’m filming a hair tutorial. I wear shade 1N1 Ivory.

Make Up Forever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation

I’ve used this foundation several times and every time I do, I get so frustrated. While it has great coverage, I can’t seem to keep it from breaking apart when I add products on top of it. Maybe I am not letting it dry or something but I really don’t know what I’m doing wrong.

I usually combine two different shades, Y205 and Y225, to get a close match to my skintone. While it applies evenly, and great staying power, I always notice right around when I’m applying blush and highlighter that the makeup starts to separate. If you wear and love this foundation please let me know your experience with it and I’ll continue to give it a try.

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Lines Foundation

I received this foundation recently in a pr package and was anxious to use it right away. Anything that says goodbye to lines is something I am always willing to try. Of course, I had my doubts about whether or not it would actually diminish the appearance of lines and while I never actually noticed if it did, it’s still a great foundation to use on an everyday basis.

This makeup has a lighter coverage, more medium than full, and I mix the Fair and Light shades together. Surprise, surprise that a ‘fair’ shade foundation would actually be too light for me, haha! I would also like to mention that this makeup doesn’t seem to last as long throughout the day. I always noticed later in the afternoon and evening that my foundation could’ve used a little revamp if I was going out.

Clarins Everlasting Foundation

Out of all four of these foundations, this one is my second favorite. It’s comparable to the Estee Lauder foundation in coverage and lasting power and even matches my skin tone better. I wear the shade Ivory. On most days, I switch back and forth between this foundation and the Double wear.

A close runner up to this foundation is the Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation. It has a lighter coverage, more medium, but leaves my skin soft and glowy. It’s definitely a favorite throughout the summer months when I want a more radiant, natural-ish looking finish.

*A few years ago I was sent both of these foundations to try and feature in a sponsored post. Fast forward two years and I am still wearing and loving both of these foundations.

So that wraps up my review on these four foundations. I’d love to hear which foundations you’ve tried and loved or refuse to buy again. Please share in the comments section so we can all help each other out. Don’t forget to also let me know what other topics you’d love to hear about! Thanks so much for reading! xo, Missy


Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-In-Place Makeup | Make Up Forever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation | It Cosmetics Bye Bye Lines Foundation | Clarins  Everlasting Foundation | Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation | Beauty Blender Black | Real Techniques Expert Face Brush | It Cosmetics Brush #201 | It Cosmetics Brush #704

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I know it’s past Thanksgiving which means it’s officially the Christmas season but I wanted to quickly share one last fall inspired makeup look.

Recently, I got a hold of the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette and was so obsessed with all of shades in the palette that I couldn’t resist creating this look warm toned complexion. This is a really simple makeup look that can easily be worn during the day especially with a more neutral lip.

As always, be sure to let me know what you think down below in the comment sections! Thanks so much for watching! xoxo, Missy

Easy Everyday Fall Makeup Supplies:

Eye Makeup

Face Makeup

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Now that it’s Fall I’ve been wanting to share a Fall inspired makeup look. For this tutorial I used warm toned shadows to create a halo eye which is one of my favorite techniques since I have hooded eyes. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and linked all of the products I used down below.

Be sure to let me know if you enjoy seeing makeup tutorials and would like to see more in the future! Thanks for watching! xoxo, Missy

Fall Halo Eye Makeup Product List:

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