Quest: Makeup Artist (Part 3: The Makeup for Less)

Have you even read part 1 and 2 yet? If not, click here (1) (2) to start on this quest.

For all the newbies reading this quest blog series, you may also want to read these types of blogs even if you’re not planning to become a makeup artist. Some blog entries are quite applicable to the ordinary makeupholic anyways. 😀

None of the photos were taken by me

None of the photos were taken by me

So you’ve got the tools, the basic makeup and practice. You’re just starting out…but do you wish you have a primer, lash glue and more? You just don’t want to splurge on that now…after all, you just want to make use of what you have.

But wait? What if what you already have now can help you experience those splurges? Here are some D.I.Y. projects I’ve seen on Youtube or other beauty sites.

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Save a piggy bank’s life (or extend it and crash it for emergencies only, haha). I’ll try my best to acknowledge my source but it’ll be challenging because some of these tutorials I’ve known for a few years now.

Click the link for the DIY tutorial. 🙂

1. Making your own LipColor

2. Primer

3. Cream Blush

4. The Ultimate Lash Glue Substitute (No link)

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The ultimate lash glue substitute here in the Philippines is using the tip of a star apple leaf. It is very common for local makeup artist to use that. Some girls even prefer the star apple leaf rather than using commercial lash glue for some reason. o.O

5. Brush Cleanser

6. Gel Liner

~Chai

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6 thoughts on “Quest: Makeup Artist (Part 3: The Makeup for Less)

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