Everyday uni/work/school look. And jargon buster.

Sooo.. yeh, it’s been a while. Just at uni bored as bored can be since my lesson finished at 1 and my next one is at 6. I know, messed up timetable. On Mondays I go in for one lesson that lasts an hour 😐 Seriously, it takes me 3 hours on the tube and £10 to go to uni and I have an hours lesson. I went to the undergrad office today to see if there’s anything I can do and I waited for an hour before I got to the door and saw there was another zig-zag queue like the ones for loggers leap in thorpe park. Screw waiting for at least another hour. Anway, back to telling you and quick an easy everday look.

1) Apply base. Foudnation, concealer, powder and a slight hint of bronzer/blusher.

2) Line your lids with some liquid liner.

3) If you want to, you tightline your eyes (upper rims and waterline) and even tickle your lashes for a smudgy look.

4) Apply a lengthening mascara if you only applied the liquid eyeliner but you can use volumising if you tightlined.

5) Apply a nude or nude/rose lipstick (no foundation) on your lips and coat with a slick of clear or nude or slightly pink gloss.

Pretty simple right?

JARGON BUSTER. (For you people who don’t know what some techy make-up words mean.)

1) Tightline. Using a eyeliner on your upper rims and waterline.

2) Waterline. Your lower rims.

3) Hollows (of your cheeks.) When you suck in your cheeks, the part that sucks in the most.

4) Apples (of your cheeks.) The puffy bits that puff out when you smile.

5) Cheekbones. Have a look at my pictures on the about page and copy the “sidemouth pose”. The cheekbones are the stick out bits.

6) Feather (mascara technique.) When you do quick flicks of the wand it’ll create a pretty, natural look.

7) Crease. The bit on your eyelids where they go in just before the bottom of the brow bone.

8) Brow bone. Feel around your brows and you’ll feel the bone.

If you want any more jargon busted or shizzle, let me know 😉

9) Shizzle. A polite way of saying the swear word of poo. It means stuff.

People are saying I should write a blog on writing techniques and stuff. If you think it’s a good idea please comment and it’ll be done super speedy.

Have the most beautiful day,

Ellie.. xx

3 thoughts on “Everyday uni/work/school look. And jargon buster.

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  2. I rarely leave a response, but after looking at a few of the remarks here Everyday uni/work/school look.

    And jargon buster. | A make-up obsessed child in
    a teen’s body.. I actually do have a few questions for you if you do not mind. Could it be simply me or do some of these remarks come across as if they are left by brain dead folks? 😛 And, if you are posting at additional online social sites, I would like to follow you. Would you post a list of every one of your social community sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

    • Can I ask what you mean in “left BY brain-dead folks?”

      The jargon buster is for people who need a bit more help with understanding make up terms if you meant FOR brain-dead folks.

      I only signed up for LinkedIn today so it’s not fantastic but here it is: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/edit?trk=hb_tab_pro_top or search ‘Eloise Edwards’.

      I don’t want people who read my blog to have my personal facebook but I am planning to set up one specifically for my blog soon.

      My twitter is stated in my Contact Me page but it is @MakeUpChild

      Thanks for commenting and wanting to follow me 🙂

      Ellie.. xx

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