Sunday, December 2, 2007

Videos

Hey everyone! Since I'm not feeling too well this week and home doing nothing this weekend, I decided to do a few videos for yall. It's not eyeshadow tutorials like I know most of yall would have hoped for, but these two may somewhat be helpful to yall. Like I mentioned in my previous entry, I made a video on how to conceal dry undereyes. I know I looked horrible in the video.. I had absolutely no make up on and to top it off, I'm not feeling too well. So yeah, please excuse me. haha The second video is a review that JULIE in my previous entry's comment requested me to do on MAC's Sculpting and Shaping Poweders that I purchased in my previous haul. In the beginning of the video I said I didn't think the color of the sculpting powder was right for me, but you'll see that in the end, it is. =) I really do like these powders. I used it again today and I love it. It's quite simple and it's great for everyday use. So anyway, watch the video, tell me what yall think and I really do it helps!

How to conceal dry undereyes:



MAC's Sculpting and Shaping REVIEW:



Btw, I just added that banner you see up there. I actually took picture of those sunflowers myself. It was an arrangement I helped put together for my sister and her boyfriends anniversary. Aren't they pretty? The colors are so vibrant!

15 comments:

vienna said...

hi, thanks for the concealer tip. i've always had a problem with dry skin under my eyes. i also checked out your sculpting video and you used the clinique bursh. have yo tried any others from their line and how do you find them?

Tee-Hoa said...

vienna: Your welcome and thanks for watching and reading. I actually got that brush you saw from a Clinique brush kit. It came with about 5 brushes. 1 powder brush, 3 eyes, and 1 lip. I would say their brushes work well. I really only use that one powder brush that you see there. Before I really got into MAC and bought all their brushes, I use to use the eye brushes from Clinique often and they worked well. So I'd say go for it if you were thinking about it. Although for me, MAC is my main choice. =)

Anna said...

I love your videos! You have also flawless skin, would you please do a video or a entry from your blog about your skin care routine?

Tee-Hoa said...

anna: To be honest with you I don't have a skin care routine. I wish I took better care of my skin but I'm so lazy. Most of the time I sleep in my makeup. I know it's really bad, but that's the truth unfortunately. I could however recommend you a video to watch. If you don't already know of her, her name is Stephie and you can find her to the right side of my blog page. She has beautiful beautiful skin and she did a video on her skin care routine, so check it out! I believe she uses the Clinique 3 step cleaning treatment. Sorry I couldn't help but I hope Stephie's could! Thanks for reading and watching.

said...

Thanks for the video tut on the concealer. Hope you feel better <<3

Stephie said...

i loved both of the videos, you know it :) cute banner too! i wish i knew how to make banners and do collages. i'm so inept with the computer. what program did you use? was it photoshop? great pic of the sunflowers though. it suits you so well, bright and girly :D

Belz said...

hi, i watched some of your videos yesterday and i noitced you use katie b's mascara, which btw, looks amazing on you. i went to their wesite to check it out but i could not find the ingredients for the mascara. can you tell me where i can find that kinda info?

Tee-Hoa said...

Stephie: Thanks again em. No, I didn't use photoshop. I used a similar program called photoimpact pro. I think it's much more user friendly. And I love the sunflowers. They're so pretty! =)

Belz: Here are the ingredients right off the mascara label:

"100% Natural ingredients: Mamey seed oil, bee wax, isoparafins, castor oil, anhydriede lanoline, black iron oxide tenox, propylparaben.'

And just in case you were wondering, it's net weight is 13g/0.46 oz. & made in Mexico =)

Belz said...

Thank you so much! You are awesome!

Vanessa said...

awwww feel better cutie pie! seems like everyone is getting sick lately, I guess its that time of year, I hope I don't catch anything! when I get sick, I am sick for months! have a great week!

mei said...

hey, i was wondering if you can do a tutorial on how to curl your hair, just like how you had it in your profile picture. it's so gorgeous, and i've tried curling it that way, but it never turns out right! please please please... thanks!

Tee-Hoa said...

vanessa: Thanks hun.

Mei: I will try to do it this weekend if I'm not too busy studying for finals which is next week! *yikes* =)

Julie said...

Thank you SO SO SO much for the review!!

Yay, no shimmer ! I hate shimmer - even the slightest shimmer, lol.

Do you think the shaping powder is comparable to the NARS Albatross?

Thanks heaps!

xx

Mrs. Lynne said...

Hi Tee-Hoa. Great tips for the concealer and on the sculpting powder! I have the cream based concealer so sometimes I just spray a little bit of FIX+ to help it glide (courtesy trick of Vanessa). But I think I'm going to pick up a liquid concealer, seems more user-friendly. And I will definitely be looking into the Shape & Sculpt line at the end of the month.

Keep up the good job. Hope you feel better girl. Have a great day!

Tee-Hoa said...

Julie: You're very welcome.

Mrs. Lynne: Thank you! I feel much better!