If you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel you may have seen that I created my version of Rapunzel from the upcoming film, Into The Woods.

Check out the video here and see below for the list of products:

Bellami 240g 24inch extensions in Mochachino Brown ***use code TENI to get $5 off your purchase
Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow
Benefit Hello Flawless! Foundation in Beige
Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer in Light-Medium Sand
Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Powder in Medium
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Dollface
Charlotte Tilbury Film Star Highlighter
theBalm Betty LouManizer
Motives In the Nude Palette
⇢ Evening
⇢ Fawn
⇢ Miami Glow
⇢ Luxe
Tarte Precision Longwear Liner pen
Eyeko Black Magic Mascara
Eyeko Lash Wardrobe false eyelashes
LORAC PRO Brow in Brunette
Tarte Amazonian Butter Lipstick in Pink Peony
Motives Mineral Lipshine in Celeb
Nail polish: Butter London “Cotton Buds”



I love a good matte eye shadow formula. And who better to make it than Make Up For Ever?! The Artist Shadows are some of the most beautiful colors I’ve seen, and thanks to the quality of these shadows, I was finally able to create a look that’s been on my mind for a while: Sunset Eyes. Using red, brown, and orange tones, I wanted to create the beautiful gradient we see when the sun begins to set over the ocean. Blending these shades together we get a hint of purple as well, giving this a rich and dramatic feel.

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smoky-eyeA smoky eye isn’t in my usual beauty routine. I very rarely reach for my 4 different blending brushes to make a smoky look like this happen! But It had been a while since I’d ventured into dramatic territory so I figured I was due for an updated smoky eye makeup tutorial. This time I kept the lids glimmering in gold and focused most of the intensity on the bottom lash line for an extra smoky look.

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IMG_0456This has been a highly requested video for some time, and I’m glad to finally share it with you! Arab or Middle Eastern makeup is among the most beautiful makeup styles in the world; it’s dramatic, striking, and beautiful. My version, though quite dramatic, is still a more subdued version of a true Arab-inspired makeup look. But all the necessary components are there: A pop of color, exaggerated liner, and smoky, smoky, smoky!!

The key to a look like this is, of course, blending. I used a series of neutral shades as a base, beginning with the lightest and working up to the darkest, and that makes blending much easier as opposed to going straight to a dark shade. It’s easy to be intimidated by a look like this at first sight, but if you follow along step-by-step you’ll find it’s not so bad!




NOTE: I realize ‘Arabic’ makeup isn’t necessarily the correct wording, but it’s how everyone searches for this type of makeup look. So please understand I know Arabic is a language, not a style! Thank you.