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It's a new year, which means we will be facing countless new beauty trends over the next 12 months. 

2017 has started off with a serious bang, and we have negative space makeup to thank for that.


Eye details for my @lucinda212 inspired look  I used #milanicosmetics Secret Cover Concealer (shade 'Natural Beige') for the negative spaces. It's my favorite for things like this!  Brows are #anastasiabeverlyhills Dipbrow in 'Ebony' topped with #nyx Crystal Liner in 'Crystal Pink'  I used the #toofaced Peach Palette- 'Candied Peach' on the lid, 'Summer Yum' in the crease and lower lash line, 'Nectar' in the inner corner, and 'Georgia' as a blending shade  #lorac 'Jet Black' on the lid and 'Chocolate' in the crease  #urbandecay 'Savage' eyeshadow in the lower lash line, glitter liner in 'Junkshow' on the lid, 24/7 Lip Pencil in 'Ladyflower' in the waterline, and 24/7 liquid liner in 'Woodstock' for the wing  #napoleonperdis 'Amazon Jungle' Color Disc as a blending shade and NYX Roll On Shimmer in 'Salmon' in the center of the lid  pink rhinestones and caviar beads  lashes are #ardell Wispies No. 601  #childoftheuniverse #beauty #beautyblogger #lucinda212 #makeupartist #mua #makeupaddict #nyxcosmetics #eotd #eyemakeup #undiscovered_muas #makeupartistsworldwide #makeup #negativespacemakeup #glam #glammakeup

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The process of negative spacing involves leaving certain areas of your face (usually eyes or lips) totally free of makeup, or a completely different colour.


Just a lil something differentTag a friend who would rock this  Mini Tut Coming Shortly @anastasiabeverlyhills Dipbrow in Dark Brown @tartecosmetics Tease Pallet @katvondbeauty Tattoo Liner @essence_cosmetics Mascara @ardell_lashes style 204 Brushes Used @morphebrushes M513, E27, M514 @luxiebeauty 229 brush #ashleyhawmakeup#brian_champagne#100daysofmakeup#essencelove#makeupbyme#juliekay#inspiresMe#tartecosmetics#styleartists#glamspire#morphebrushes#peachyqueenblog#makeupartistsworldwide#undiscovered_muas#ardelllashes#anastasiabeverlyhills#ipsyosmember#featuring_mua#hypnaughtypower#tartelette#maryhadalittleglam#katvondbeauty#makeupfanatic1#featuremua#morphegoals#beautyqueens4ever#loucaspormaquiagem#flawlesssdolls#patmagrath#luxiebeauty

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The look is achieved by strategically using Sellotape, to create a lined pattern.

This trend originated as nail art, but has since made its way from hands to face… and we are so happy about it! 


When in doubt, wing it out. #tattooliner

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What do you think, ladies? Are you loving these looks? 



Most people wear eye make-up as a way to enhance their natural facial features – but not this artist. 

Israeli make-up artist, Tal Peleg, elevates her make-up to a mind-blowing art form. 

The 29-year-old creates astounding miniature portraits in the space between her brow and eyelid, and then shares these works of art with her hundreds of thousands of followers on social media. 

She also captions the pictures with details of the inspiration behind the piece. 

All we're wondering is how we never found her sooner!



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This artist is clearly capable of some sort makeup sorcery with her illustrations.


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We have long thought of our makeup routine as a type of art form. Who doesn’t feel like a master artist when you get your eyeliner perfectly symmetrical?

However, 29-year old Tal Peleg has raised the makeup game to yet another level. She manages to create the most mind blowing portraits using just the space between her lash line and eye brow.

She clearly does not need a tutorial on how to blend because her creations are incredible.

Tal has hundreds of thousands of followers on social media and every time she posts one of her creations, Tal lets them know what it is that inspired her latest look.

Just look at this magic.


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She’s done everything from fairy tales to emojis.

She even gave some Breaking Bad inspired illustrations a go, along with Frozen, because of course.

• Anti-bullying •Words are powerful.They can make someone's day, but they can also be very dangerous and harmful….

Posted by Tal Peleg Art of Makeup on Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Tal has also shed light on some other causes with her work, such as anti-bullying campaigns and her passion for helping animal shelters.

She is really all about the cats.  


Yin and Yang {A new take on my "cat-eye" look, this time with a fluffy new friend ☺}

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That perfect smokey eye or immaculately applied eyeliner flick might seem like a distant dream to anyone who's not a make-up artist, but in truth it's all far easier than you might think.

Even if you have a shaky hand or are lacking in tools and products, some simple cheats are all you need to get your eye make-up game on fleek!

Here are five of the best…

1. Neaten up eye make-up with a cotton bud
If getting that perfect flick is too challenging, draw a rough line first and neaten up the edges with a tiny dab of Vaseline on a cotton bud.

2. Set your eyeliner to avoid smudges
Avoid fading and smudges by setting your eyeliner with a dark shadow in the same shade. First, line your eyes as you normally would with a pencil liner and then add a light dusting of eyeshadow on top to hold everything in place.

3. Use a pencil liner as a guide if you have a shaky hand
Gel liner can be difficult to remove if you make a mistake, so give yourself a fighting chance by applying your kohl liner first as a guide and simply tracing over it with the gel. 

4. Make your own shades of eyeliner using shadow and a brush
Rather than splashing out on that metallic liner, use the products you already have in your beauty arsenal to create your own. Simply use a wet liner brush and your chosen shade of eyeshadow – the wet brush will darken the colour and create a sharper look.

5. Make your eyes appear bigger by lining the upper waterline
Most of us stick to our lower waterline and the outside of our top lid, but lining the inner line of your upper lid opens the eyes without making you look too overdone. Such a simple cheat that goes a long way.


The long weekend is here! Our beauty expert Odette is on hand to show you how you can spruce up your make-up look with these perfect party eyes.



The Saturdays singer Una Healy often steps out with dramatic looking cat eyes that a lot of women lust after. Luckily, her eyes are pretty easy to recreate and you can get them done in five easy steps.

Curl your lashes
Curl your lashes before you put any make-up near your eyes. Heat up the curler with the hair dryer and press.

Apply a little primer to your eyelids to help keep your eye make-up in place.

Line the eye
Using a black pencil eyeliner line the lid just at the top lash line and bottom, don’t draw on the cat flick just yet. Use your black liquid liner and go over the pencil line at the top. You will also use the liquid line to draw on the flick. When doing your flick, make sure it goes out as far as the bony part of the eye.

Choose a bronze eyeshadow that has a metallic shimmer. Make sure you blend right up to just below your eyebrow line.

Finish by applying lots of black mascara or false lashes just like Una. Apply a little mascara to the lower lashes as well.


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