I am a huge fan of our new princess Catherine and she inspired this blog- TEAL!
What a great colour – and often forgotten. Lets revive it with some insperation below.
If you are not on princess duty you may want to wear something more like the dress below, sexy and classy at the same time. Looks to me like the perfect summer dress for a casual BBQ or a cocktail on the veranda!
Always the belle of the ball, looking stunning in mermaid teal sparkles, great dress if you are doing something more fancy!
Teal Eye Shadow Made Easy!
To get amandas soft and sheer wash of teal eye shadow use the largest fluffiest eye brush you have and swish on in layers stopping when you feel you have just enough colour payoff. Finish off with lots of black or blue mascara & lightly line upper and lower lash line with a charcoal grey soft eye pencil and blend.
Keep the cheeks soft with a petal pink and the lips au naturel with just lipbalm.
Teal Eye Liner Made Easy!
Use a soft teal eye crayon and trace upper and lower lashline and blend.
Go almost all around the eye, for more defenition use a black liquid liner first on upper lashline and trace over with the teal liner.
Keep the rest of hte eye naked, just even out the skin wiht a skincoloured eye primer for best effect.
Curl lahses and apply several coats of your favorite mascara to both upper and lower lashes.
For below, apply a rose lipstain and a super glossy lip laquer ontop.
Keep Skin is velvety and flawless.
Im getting hungry i think!
The chandeleir below looks irresitable in a white victorian apartment
or as i like to mix it up abit – not to posh not to shabby- i would hang it in the wooden hut below !