I Tried Following a Jaclyn Hill Makeup Tutorial

Hey my loves,

in today’s video I tried to recreate Jaclyn Hill makeup tutorial. I was so focused on following her tutorial that I literally forget to speak, so I was able to cut it down quite a lot.

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Sadly, I do not own any of the products she used in her video, but I tried my best with dupes. I literally have no idea what I used. But I think I used an old Zoeva palette, as well as my NYX Lid Lingerie Shadow Palette. Other than that I do not remember what I used and I forgot to write it down. Sorry!

Also, I’ve already had my foundation done, because I filmed my “Mixing All My Foundations Together” video previous to that one.

The tutorial I followed was:

I just love Jaclyn so much and I loved that look. She also said something in this video that really spoke to me, and that was:

And if you don’t have a really defined crease that’s okay, you can just carve it out and you can create your own crease with the shadow. That’s what the beauty of makeup is, honestly. You can create your own crease, create a different nose, a different face shape, create whatever the hell you want with makeup. You can create a different life if you really need to.

I hope you enjoyed today’s video and if you did make sure to give it a big thumbs up. And it would mean the world to me if you could subscribe to my channel.

I wish you all a wonderful day!

XoXo, Jasmin.

Daytime Smokey-Eye Look

Hey my loves,
today’s Make-Up look is a daytime smokey-eye which you can wear to work or if you have a daytime event and need to wear something simple but yet glamorous. Here is the look:
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And here is a close-up for the eyes (I’m sorry for the blurry images, but I had to use my phone, because I don’t have a working Camera):

Instructions:

Step 1

Apply sticky tape in an angle upwards from you under-eye, but keep it lower. We want to elongate the eyes instead lifting them up.

Step 2

Take an angle brush and any black eyeshadow and create a winged line, you don’t have to be too precise because we are going to blend over it soon. Make the line as thick or thin as you prefer.

Step 3

Take any dark brown shadow and place it on the outer V and blend it in the crease an blend it over the black eyeshadow you applied earlier.

Step 4

Take any vanilla colored eyeshadow and place it on the lid, blend it into the darker colors with a clear blending brush.

Step 5 
Take your favorite liquid eyeliner and line your eyes, use the black shadow as a guideline, but don’t make the eyeliner bigger than that. Blend over the eyeliner with the black shadow you used before hand.

Step 6 

Apply the dark brown shadow under the eyes and blend it in. then use you favorite mascara and coat your lashes as you prefer it. For highlight use the vanilla colored eyeshadow.

Step 7

Finish the rest of your face, like you would normally do on a daily base and add any lipstick you prefer.

Products I used:

Face:

Catrice Cosmetics – Prime and Fine Pore Refining Anti-Shine Base

L’Oréal Paris – Indefectible Foundation in 145 Rosé Beige

L’Oréal Paris – Indefectible Powder in 225 Beige

NYX Cosmetics – Blush in PB04 Silky Rose

Catrice Cosmetics – Sun Glow Matt Bronzing Powder for Darker Skin

Eyes:

Catrice Cosmetics – Velvet Matt Eyeshadow in 10 – Vanillaty Fair

p2 – Matt Dream Eyeshadow in 10 – Black Attitude

p2 Gold & Crown New Baroque Eyeshadow

Catrice Cosmetics – Calligraph Eyeliner

Catrice Cosmetics – Ultimate Lash Multimizer Mascara

I hope you liked this Make-Up look, and if you recreate it, please tag me on Twitter or Instagram so I can see them.

XoXo, Jasmin.