January 19, 2012

Good Girl vs Bad Girl Makeup :: Good

I think every woman has a GOOD girl side and a BAD girl side - no matter how tame or wild, we all have alter egos that pop up every now and then.  My good girl side shows up at parent teacher conferences and my bad girl side shows up on those few instances that the hubby and I get a babysitter and actually get to sit down for an adult meal at a restaurant that doesn't serve crayons and menus you can color on...WILD I KNOW!!! Ha!!!!

{Good girl look -  complete with curls, so innocent huh??}

This is going to be a 2 part posting, with the GOOD GIRL beauty tricks going first.  I will then show you how to build upon that good girl look that probably shows up during the day and how to transform her into that night time bad gal.

Products used for this low maintenance look along with the steps to creating it:

{A shimmery neutral shadow color used as crease color + eye liner, keeps it simple and sweet}

1.  Eyes-  MAC shadow in "blanc type,"  L'Oreal Infallible 24 hr eyeshadow in color "bronzed taupe" (shown above), and Maybelline's The Falsies mascara in black.

 {Matte ivory color brushed on from lash to brows, all over the lid.}

 {Shimmery neutral taupe color applied in the crease/along eye socket to create doe-like eyes!}

{Same crease color used as eyeliner along the upper and lower lashes.}

Be sure to use a tiny angled liner brush to get that color as close to the lash line as possible.  And if you haven't invested in one of these L'Oreal 24 hr shadows yet, you should, it delivers true color all day! I even tested it without my lid primer (gasp! I don't go a day without this stuff) to see if it performed, and it did!!  I will def be buying this product in other colors.

2.  Face and lips.  Revlon PhotoReady compact makeup in "shell," you can see my previous post review here, MAC blush in "fleur power," Too Faced "snow bunny" bronzer, Urban Decay 24/7 lip liner in "illegal," and L'Oreal Infallible lipcolor in "azalea."

 {Apply your a peachy pink blush directly onto the apples of your cheeks.}

{Apply your highlighter product directly above your blush color, 
as well as in the tear duct area of your eye to make your eyes shine!}

{Don't forget, for the finishing touch, SMILE!! Good girls always look happy and approachable.}

Stay tuned for the next installment of GOOD vs BAD to find out how to turn that angel face into a foxy devil... 


Kim's Vanity said...

Awww, I love this post. There are definitely good and bad girl makeup styles. I love this good girl look! The pink lipstick is perfect =) Can't wait to see the vamped up version!

Tracy@Beauty Reflections said...

LOVE this post!! Love your good girl look!!

Teddi said...

oooooo foxy lady. "You know you're a cute little heartbreaker"- hendrix

The Peach said...

Very easy and pretty! Such a great good girl look!

Heather said...

You make a very convincing good girl - can't wait to see the bad :) Love the curls for added innocence!


Bill D said...

Soo cool! I like it!
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Tulips & Tulle said...

Great post!

Please come by Tulips&Tulle soon!

JennySue said...

@Kimsvanity- thanks so much kim! the bad gal is finally up- i always love a pink lip;-)
@tracy-appreciate it, what do you think of the bad girl???
@teddi-you are too funny, witty song choice
@thepeach-i tried to make it easy for the good girl!
@heather- i'm def more of a good girl, but love to try out the bad side every now and then
@Bill & @tulipstulle- thanks to you both for stopping by!

Kim Simon said...

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Anonymous said...

What lipstick/colour/brand did you use? it looks fabulous! ^_~