HEY FRIENDS! Today’s post is in collaboration with my other three good friends namely, Ingrid from Curly Spring Blossom, Kaily from Hello Kaily and Stashy from Stash Matters. I echoed what Stashy mentioned in her blog, yes we scratched our heads thinking deeply how to do a Christmas Tree Makeup look. This calls for me to put on my CREATIVITY Thinking cap …(blink!blink!… blink!blink!).

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It’s exactly one week before Christmas, I could imagine my family gathering downstairs by the fireplace exchanging and opening our presents in pyjamas, and yes under the Christmas tree.

I haven’t decided which makeup look to wear yet frankly but I’ve some great inspired look I found from pinterest to be of interest. I share here a few Christmas Tree look and could certainly need your help in giving suggestions to which would look glamy on me and you 🙂

model x'mas tree look

What do you think of this one, the model wearing evergreen with pine cones and ornaments? Very unique, I love the green with a dash of golden yellow eye makeup look. To be honest, I couldn’t imagine myself to pull off with this gorgeous headdress on the model but I really love the color shadows used in this particular look.

wallpaper soldier
This might be what I look like with a headdress on 😛

I’m going off topic here, but why don’t we all take a few moment to thank the soldiers, marines/navy, men and women in uniform today, how grateful and thankful we are for their service to keep our country and us safe. We’re thinking of them for many couldn’t be back for Christmas this year with their family.

Going back to where I started, below are some inspiration looks for your eyes to feast on or be inspired.

Fashion woman portrait. Vogue style model

Or, maybe as Snow Queen look adorned with all white sparkly silver fir leaves and a beautiful headdress. I really like this Frozen look, looks cold but IT HAS STYLE. Anyways, here is a million dollar question. Who doesn’t like Elsa from FROZEN?

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Are you thinking what I’m thinking, love? “Baby, it’s cold outside …” I would probably tell the guy, STOP whining and go home LOL! She’s wearing a smashing warm makeup with red winter berries decor and golden color hue Christmas tree makeup.  It looks Stunning and festive, it brings warmth and joy to my heart. ❤


Green is my favorite color when it comes to fashion style and eye makeup look. I have brown eyes so I can pull off with green eyeshadows nicely. According to Makeup Geek “Generally, teals and purples look best on brown eyes but other colors can work too”. Green is another eyeshadow color that looks amazing on brown eyes.  If you have hazel eyes, it makes them appear more green.

Which eyeshadow color is your favorite?  Do you notice your brown eyes “pop” more with certain colors?

ornament makeup

Should I be a walking dictionary … I meant to say Walking Christmas tree, hahaha!

Yoda: What says you?

christmas tree look

Or do a face paint of a Bon Sapin. This looks super cute and pretty in my opinion but definitely not on me. I’m too old to rock on this look.

splashing beauty

Last but not least, a brighter and fun color makeup look that is so glamorous.

I hope you all have fun with your makeup!  Tell me below some things you notice work well with your eye color, and share pictures if you can 🙂

Don’t forget to head over to BABES IN BLOGLAND for their exclusive Christmas Tree Makeup Look in their blogs. Here are the links:

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Thanks as usual for taking the time to read and hope to see you again on the next one 🙂

Sharon xoxo



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How To Stop Lipsticks From Bleeding


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What does lipsticks bleeding actually means? Well, let “Yoda” speaks? Know him you do, surely. The great Jedi master he is! The little green Jedi master he also is.

Yoda speaks “Much to learn you still have”. Bleeding lipstick you have – dry lips and color migrates around the cracked mouth, surely also are.

Here are the 5 tips to stop lipsticks from bleeding:-

1. Simply apply rich nourishing or lip balm at bedtime. This helps to keep your lips moist and not dryish when you wake up the next morning to wear your lipstick.

2. Use only lipsticks that has butter shea and vitamin E properties.

3. Always line your lip with a natural or soft nude lip liner if you don’t want your lipstick to bleed. The job of the lip liner is sort of barricade the lip color from feathering out.

4. You can also use your foundation or concealer as the base. Just dab it on your lips lightly before applying your lipstick.

5. I know this is going to be hard but try, try to only wear long lasting lipsticks on special occasion only. Long lasting lipsticks tend to dry out lips.

6. Oh gosh! I thought I have 5 ips but here is another tip you might want to do. Don’t wear lip gloss on lipstick. It will make your lipstick melt and migrate around the lips.

7. Another bonus tip is try a smudge proof lip liner to line the lips, take some time to outline and focus on the cupid’s bow.

That’s all and that’s it for today’s tip of the day. Whew… that’s a lot to digest but I do hope that these tips helps when you come across feathering or bleeding lipstick.

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Yes, Jedi master or master Jedi. Oh whatever! Yoda has spoken. But wait a minute Spoken he has. LOL!

So, that’s it from me and hope to see you again tomorrowwww!!!

What is your tip when it comes to feathering or bleeding lipstick? I love to hear from you on the comment section below.

Thanks for taking the time to read.

Sharon xoxo


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