#makeupclass – Karen Ceballos in the 1960s

As we go through the different decades of makeup, I noticed that the makeup looks start to… normalize or modernize in a way that they use more of the makeup we use today and it becomes more natural. From the 1920s that wore the whitest foundation available, lines for eyebrows and unnaturally tiny lips to the 1960s that finally incorporated skin matching and the beauty of blending contouring.

Let’s welcome back my sister on her third and final appearance on my #makeupclass series as a 1960s girl. Silver based hard-blended lids, thick and high-winged liner, orangey brown contouring, cheekbone highlighting and nude lips. Personally, I really liked this look on my sister; it really brought out her eyes and nude lips look gorgeous on her. I actually think I like this era the most! Oh and I styled her hair too! I’m quite proud I didn’t burn myself this time. Wild fly-aways!

Before - After

Thank you Jhing for lending us your bonggacious headband!

I guess defined collar bones run in the family, huh?

Thank you Lilee for taking this shot!

I just realized that this is my last#makeupclass look post! šŸ˜¦ I can’t believe it’s already been nearly two months and I’m already graduating tomorrow! This shall be my second to the last post as I’ll post a #makeupclass synthesis with more BTS shots of me and my lovely classmates and equally lovely teacher.

Absolutely can’t wait for tomorrow’s grand photoshoot! Watch out for those too! šŸ™‚

Nicole x

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One Response to #makeupclass – Karen Ceballos in the 1960s

  1. lou coronel says:

    Awesome Nicole! Very talented! Great looking model too!

    Love, tita lou

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