Autum Eye Makeup II

Heeeey guys!

I couldn’t make only one autumn makeup look so here we go. This one’s for a bit more fancier events. Go check out the first one if you haven’t already; Autumn Eye Makeup I.

Brows, foundation, blusher, contour etc are the same as they were in the first one so I’ll skip those steps and I’ll go straight to the eyes.

The eye shadows are from Urban Decay’s Naked 3 palette. If you don’t own this makeup palette you’ll just have to find shades similar to the ones I used.

I added the Paint drawings again to show where to add the eye shadow.

Step One

Tap the shade “Trick” on to the whole eye lid.

Step Two

Add the shade “Liar” on to the hollows of you eye lids.

Step Three

Add the shade “Darkside” the same way as in step two, but cover a smaller area. Also add the shade on to the lower outer corners of your eyes.

Step Four

Tap a light champagne shade in the middle of your eye lid.

(Channel, 82 Émerveillé)

Step Five

Start lining your eyes the same way I did in the first picture. Then just connect the two lines together like in the second picture.

(Easiest way to line your eyes is by using a gel liner and a brush.)

Step Six

Then take a blending brush, dip it into the black gel and add it to the lower outer corners of your eyes. Also add the gel liner on to your upper waterline.

Step Seven

Add your favourite mascara on to the upper and the lower lashes and then glue fake lashes on. Use the black gel liner also to hide the shine from the fake eyelash glue.


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DIY Floral Hair Bun Crown

Spring is here and what better way to show it than wearing it! And what screams spring more than flowers! Oh yes, we’re ready for you spring!

If you are like me you still want to rock out the messy hair bun BUT let’s make sure it’s not the same old boring plain hair bun, let’s add some… umm… Spring in it! YES!

Here’s what you’ll need:

-plastic flowers


-thin iron wire



Choose as colorful and as big flowers as you like. It’s all about playing with the colors.

First start by cutting the iron wire as long as it takes to go around your hair bun and a bit more. After that you have to make a loop like in the picture. You can use your pliers for that, it makes everything much easier even though the iron wire is thin.

After that take your needle and make little holes in the flower stalks like in the picture.

Then put the iron wire through all of them.

Last thing you’ll have to do is to loop the clasp to the other end. And you are done! You wear it simply just by wrapping it around your hair bun and connecting the ends by clipping the clasp to the loop.

I hope you liked this easy spring DIY and you’ll try it out yourself. If you try this one out remember to tweet me a picture of it using @PinjaOja.

Good luck!

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