|The Beneleaf Tweezers, Arvazallia Curl Cream, and NARS liner are Press Samples. All opinions are my own.|
Last week, I went with my husband and some friends to a Drag Show - and, being that it was my first time, I wanted to get a little glammed up! Keep reading if you want to see my look for the Sunday Brunch show at Hamburger Mary's!
I knew that I wanted my look to incorporate false eyelashes, because every Drag Queen rocks them! I don't have a lot of practice with applying falsies, so I was all thumbs. It was really helpful to use these Beneleaf Eyelash tweezers to hold and apply the lashes.
The tweezers have a really nice grip and are thin, but not sharp, so I wasn't worried about poking my eye. They allowed me to manipulate the lashes, put the glue on, and try attempt after attempt after attempt to get them to stick to my eyelid.
These eyelash tweezers come in a set, along with a set of regular tweezers and ingrown hair tweezers. I really love the ingrown hair tweezers - they are really sharp, so they don't rip up my skin when getting out those deep ingrowns. I've used them to get millia out, too. The regular tweezers are a little bulky for fine detail work, but they are sturdy and have a good grip for those pesky strong hairs.
Beneleaf on their webpage, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and on Amazon, where this set of three tweezers currently retails for $23.99.
Here's the whole face. I'm absolutely in love with the Bite Beauty Barberry lipstick, which just feels so creamy.
I've had a lot of good results with Arvazallia products in the past, and I actually used their shampoo and protein mask in creating this look, too. The curl cream is very thick and rich. It smells pretty good. I always get compliments on how my hair smells when I use Arvazallia!
For more information, or to purchase this rich curl cream, you can find Arvazallia on their website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest, and Amazon, where it retails for $18.99.
What are some of your favorite ways to get glam?