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How about this:youtu.be/2mwO4pKx-oM
I think you will still need a fairly strong eye make-up or your eyes might disappear under nightclub lights but avoid any eyeshadow that's too glittery or shiny.
Have a look at Lisa Eldridge's website. Some great videos. One called something like quick and chic might help.
Thanks ladies! I have a Naked and Naked 2 palette... Think they're worth a tutorial search? What is 'cake lined'
Look at Heidi Klumprimped.ninemsn.com.au/blogs/beauty-duty/top-10-hair-and-makeup-from-the-cfda-awards
I'm with iatemyskinny - lots of mascara, maybe an ivory shadow to the brow to brighten your eyes. Cakelined eyes rather than a big stripe of black liner...
I would do a toned down smokey eye, because if you have to wear falsies they could look odd with a very neutral eye.I would also keep the lippy fairly neutral, and by that I don't mean beige.
oh sorry but i have seen some weirdy massive fake eyelashes around lately and they're not good!have you tried that lash serum?
I have to wear false eyelashes, my own fell out when pregnant!
god no false eyelashes, they make women look like trannies
www.polyvore.com/disco_sequin_bodycon_dress/thing?id=51450651Hair will be down and fairly large at crown as like my profile picture.
How bout a neutral defined eye & really play up your lashes- line water line/lots of mascara/false lashes. Always looks v classy but not overdone
Have you got a pic of dress? Also how are you doing hair that will make a big difference too?
Bumping in case anyone can help today!!
Rarer than hens teeth and rocking horse shit... I'm going on a night out tomorrow!It's a VIP night in a nightclub won by my friend and I'm finally getting to wear my TopShop silver sequin dress.It's a body con shift with holograph sequins so pretty ridiculous, so I'm thinking to avoid full on drag queen look I shouldn't do my usual dramatic smokey eye?But what instead? Plain? Silvery?
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