Monday, October 26, 2015

Happy Monday again!:)
Over the weekend I was invited to go give some makeup tips at Marinello's. It was such an amazing experience to meet lovely new girls and interact with them. I got to do a few makeup looks on some of the students as well. I hope you enjoy these makeup looks and can learn something from this post!:)

Products Used:

- "Prolongwear" concealer by MAC as a primer on the eyes.
- "Fresh" matte eyeshadow by Anastasia Beverly Hills to set the primer.

-"Sienna" matte eyeshadow as a transition shade. Start off with a small amount of product and reapply to darken the area.

-"White" & "Beige" eyeshadows mixed from the Morphe Bruses 35B Palette on the brow bone.

-"Half Baked" eyeshadow by Urban Decay to add a gold shimmery look to the lids. Wet the Brush with "MAC Fix+" to intensify the shade.

- "Chrome" Mineral Eyeshadow by My Beauty Addiction in the inner corner of the eyes for a highlight. Use code "NATI15" for 15% off their site here

-"205" Double Up lashes by Ardell
-"Blackest Black" Gel liner by L'Oreal to create and fill in the wing
-"Black" liquid liner by NYC to darken the eyeliner and sharpen the wing.

-"Brow Whiz" by Anastasia Beverly Hills to shape the brows and fill in the hairs
-"Brow Defining Gel" by Chella to set the brows.

- "Creamy Beige" pro concealer by LA Girl to hide any darkness under the eyes and other imperfections around the face. Use code "NATI15" for 15% off concealer here

- Universal Companies foundation provided by Marinello's.

- "Light Neutral" naked skin concealer by Urban Decay to highlight and brighten under the eyes, chin, middle of forehead, bridge of the nose, and cupids bow.

- "Beautiful Bronze" pro concealer by LA Girl as a contour shade on the hollows of the cheeks, sides of the nose, under the lip, and perimeter of the face. Use code "NATI15" for 15% off concealer here

- "Highlight and Contour" palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills to set the cream Highlight and Contoured areas. I used "Banana" for the highlight, and a mixture of "Java, Fawn, and Havana" to set the contoured areas.

"Pink Quartz" shimmer brick by Bobbi Brown to add an illuminating highlight above the cheek bone area, tip and bridge of the nose, and cupids bow.

"Orgasm" blush by NARS on the apples of the cheeks. This shade is very universal and looks great on almost everyone!

-"Nude" Color Statement lip liner by Millani to line and shape the lips. Be sure to fill in the lips a bit with the lip liner.
-"Lovely" liquid lipstick by Anastasia Beverly Hills.


I have re-created the Half Skull look I did a few posts ago. Here is the link for all the products and procedures: here


Friday, October 23, 2015

Good morning dolls! Today I will be talking all about my hair and how I maintain the red color.
I have had multiple questions on the color and how I got it this shade, well today I will share with you all my tips!

What Color is Your Hair?
My hair is Garnet Read (Burgundy). It's more of a plum red. It's not too bright and not too dark.

How Do You Get Your Hair To Look So Thick?
I use hair extensions to get my hair to look long and thick. My favorite and holly grail extensions are by Bellami. I use the Lilly Hair 260g hair extensions. Since my shade isn't available yet I get the "Ash Brown" extensions, and then I dye them myself with the same product I use to dye my own hair. I have dyed these extensions 3 times already and they still look gorgeous and healthy!
If you are looking into trying out these extensions you can use code "NATALIA" and get a little $ off.

How Often Do You Color Your Hair?
My hair gets a refresher every 1.5-2 months. Yes! The product I use is so amazing that it lasts a long time. My hair still looks nice and red even before I have to re-dye it. I haven't had any issues with the hair dye fading to orange if I dye it within this time frame.

What Hair Dye Do You Use?

Ok guys are you ready for it?!!...I use the Garnier Olia Hair Dye in Medium Garnet Red 5.60!<3
This is my absolute favorite hair dye! Yes, it's from the drug store and it's ALL I use as hair dye. I have never had better results! The price is about $8-$10 a box, and I use 3 boxes for my hair, and leave it in for about 40 minutes.

This product contains no ammonia. It contains oils which work with your hair to leave it nice and shiny. Oh! And It doesn't have any strong smells either! It actually has a really nice fruity scent. This product is just perfection in every angle!

(I can honestly say that my hair is perfectly healthy. It's actually healthier then it was before I started dyeing it.)

What Shampoo and Conditioner do you use?
I use the Riveting Reds by Quantum from Sally's. This Shampoo and Conditioner have color in them so they look completely red! I like using these when I wash my hair because they deposit color into the hair helping it maintain it's gorgeous shade.

Once a week I will use a hair mask to mantain my hair healthy.
-Macadamia Hair Mask

How Often Do You Wash Your Hair?

I wash my hair (not shower lol) 2 times a week. This has helped my hair stay healthy and the color last longer. I use a dry shampoo in between washes to always maintain my hair looking fresh. My favorite is the Batiste (either Brunnette or Regular). Just blend it in really good to the roots of the hair so it doesn't look too opaque.

I hope this is helpful for those of you trying to get this shade! If you decide to go this color be sure to tag me in your pictures #littlemissnati. I would love to see your results!

PC: Sebastian Gonzalez


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Happy Tuesday dolls! ("Dolls" get it? (broken doll?) haha jk) This look has been one of my favorites to create! I did this as part of a Halloween Makeup Collaboration with @cele_beautymakeup and @levresrouges
Be sure to check out their creations on their Instagram Page!:)

One of my favorite parts about this look is using makeup to change your features. I made my eyes larger and my lips smaller. All the details are below!


"Clown White" face paint from Ben Nye and "Light Medium" Glamoflauge foundation by Hard Candy. Mix the face paint and the foundation together to get a porcelain look.

"Neautrel Set" setting powder by Ben Nye to set the paint.

"Blackout" eyeshadow by Urban Decay to map out the cracks which will divide the face.

"Blackest Black" gel eyeliner by Loreal to darken the cracks and add details.

"Tapered Blending E-40" brush by Sigma to blend out the black eyeshadow on the cracks.

"NW30" Prolongwear conealer by MAC as an eyeshadow primer.

"Barbie Girl" & "Orchid" by Morphe Brushes as a transition shade

"Blackout" eyeshadow by Urban Decay to darken the outer crease.

"Porcelain" by Morphe Brushes on the brow bone.

"Fantasy" & "Dare" by ColourPop on the lid.

"Fantasy-Flight of the Pegasus" Glitter by My Makeup Addiction over the lid.

"Glitz Fix" by My Makeup Addiciotn as adhesive for the glitter. Use code ✔️NATI15✔️ for 15% off their website!

"Milk" Jumbo eye pnecil on the bottom waterline to enlarge the eyes.

"Blackest Black" gel eyeliner by Loreal to line the outer perimiter of the eyes. I couldn't stay away from creating at least a small wing! But I still tried to keep the rest of the eye as round as I could (but with a touch of "wing").

"Grand Glamour" lashes by Vegas Nay. You can find these at Target!

"Naturalites" bottom lashes by Eyelure.

"Fuschia" lip liner by NYX.

"Backstage Bambi" liquid lipstick by Kat Von D.

*Use the same product you used as foundation on the sides of the lips, then use the lipliner to shape your new tiny lips! Fill in with a hot pink matte liquid lipstick.

"Lilly Hair 260g" hair extensions in the color Ash Brown. I custom-color them Garnet Red. Use code ✔️NATALIA✔️ for $ off the Bellami site!

I hope you enjoyed this look dolls. Let me know what other looks you would like to see. Love you beauties!


Friday, October 16, 2015

This lovely girl looks so cute in her little deer makeup! This makeup look is so great for Halloween and it's perfectly girly. If you don't have a Halloween costume, then face painting is a great way to dress up any look.


"Painterly" Paintpot by MAC Cosmetics to prime the eyelids

"Taupe" & "Cream" from Lorac Pro Palette #1 as a transition shade

"Sable" & "Espresso" from Lorac Pro Palette #1 to deepen the outer crease

"Half Baked" eyeshadow from Urban Decay to add gold to the eyelid

"Orange" glitter by Wolfe Brothers. I purchased this at my local Taylor Maid store

"Glitz Fix" by My Beuty Addiction as adhesive for the glitter. Use code "NATI15" for 15% off your entire purchase here.

"Milk" Jumbo Eye Pencil by NYX to conceal and prep the brow bone area. Use this product under the eye to create the illusion of larger eyes.

"White" eyeshadow from the Lorac Pro #1 Palette to set the brow bone

"Black" liquid liner by NYC to create a wing and underline the white area created under the eye. This will help the eyes look bigger.

"D105" lashes by Dodolashes. Use code "littlemissnati" for 5% off these gorgeous lashes here

"NW30" Prolongwear concealer by MAC Cosmetics to cover the dark circles

"220" Matte Fit Me foundation by Maybelline

"Rich" concealer by Tarte to create the contoured areas on the cheeks, forehead, and slightly under the chin. You will need to apply the product and blend it out to ge the shape you want, then add more product to darken the shade.

"Clown White" paint by Ben Nye to highlight the under eye area, bridge of the nose, and forehead area.(Blend for a soft white look). Use again to add the dots on the face.

"Neutral Set" loose powder by Ben Nye to set the white paint.

"Stole the Show" highlighter by ColourPop Cosmetics to highlight the cheek bones

"Blackest Black" gel eyeliner by L'oreal to draw the Deer face. Apply on the brows, sides of the nose, and tip of the nose.

"Natural" Extreme Shine Lip Cream by NYX.

"Stole the Show" highlighter by ColourPop on the cupids bow to add a beautiful highlight.


Tuesday, October 13, 2015

I really wanted to pull together a Halloween inspired makeup tutorial. This is not something I would wear on a daily basis but why not wear it for Halloween? It's definitely a fun option! The black and orange colors give it the perfect Halloween feel:)

So wear this makeup look...IF YOU DARE!;p lol

Here's what you'll need to get this look:

-"Painterly" paintpot by MAC Cosmetics to prime the lids. A primer will help the eyeshadows adhere to the lid better, prevent creasing, and allow for a long lasting effect.

-"Spice" and "Fiesta" matte eyeshadow by Morphe as a transition shade. This will add a pop of color to the look. Be sure to apply this transition shade just a bit higher than the crease to blend with the shadows on the crease and the brow bone.

-"Noir" matte eyeshadow by Anastasia Beverly Hills over the lid area and to create an extended wing using eyeshadow.

-"Friskie" shimmer eyeshadow by ColourPop to create a shimmery look on the lid and prepare for glitter application. Apply this shade over the "Noir" shade.

-"Cream Puff" matte eyeshadow by Morphe on the brow bone area

-"Black" glitter by Wolfe Brothers to add over the lids

-"Blackest Black" gel eyeliner by Loreal to create the wing and line the waterline on the top and bottom areas of the eye

-"Noir Fairy" lashes by House of Lashes for a dramatic look

-"Chocolate Soleil" matte bronzer to contour my forehead, hollows of the cheeks, chin, and sides of the nose.

-"So Hollywood" illuminator over the cheeks, cupids bow,  and bridge of the nose for a highlight.

*I skipped blush on this look since the eyes are so dramatic

-"Most Natural" Millani retractable lipliner, I love these retractable lipliners because you don't need to sharpen them!

-"Nude Delight" lipstick by Rimmel. This nude shade goes perfect with the eye makeup as it is a more peachy-nude.


Friday, October 9, 2015

As you can tell....I really like concealer! But not just any concealer, oh no... It has to be THIS concealer!

I have genetic dark circles. The darkness around my eyes has been around since I was tiny, and I've never been able to get rid of it. Makeup has been the best solution to make them disappear.

The MAC Prolongwear concealer has quickly become my all time favorite concealer to hide my dark circles. I have been using this concealer for the past 2 years and I adore it! I don't think I will find anything better to replace it.

The consistency is a liquid and it comes out in a pump, which makes it very sanitary to use. My favorite shade is an NW (I use NW30). An NW shade will have a warmer/peachy tone that will help counteract the purple/blue shades under the eyes. The formula has a long lasting power that will stay put under the eyes all day, even if the area gets wet. I haven't had any problems with this concealer creasing. It's just simply the best when it comes to concealing! (Keep in mind that I use a separate concealer for highlighting, this is what I use to conceal).

Quick Tip: MAC Cosmetics has a recycling program? Say waaaa? It's so nice! If you bring in 6 empty MAC containers you can trade them in for a lipstick!:D Can you tell where I'm headed after I finish the 6th bottle?

I hope this review is helpful for you dollies. If you give this concealer a try, let me know how you like it!

*This is not a sponsored post. All of these concealers were purchased with my own money. This is 100% my opinion about this product according to the results I have seen through its use.                      



Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Halloween is almost here! I'm beyond excited to start preparing Halloween looks for you! There are so many fun makeup ideas out there: scary, girly, you name it. Here is my first Halloween makeup for the year:


-"Painterly" Paintpot by MAC to prep the eyes
-"Bengal" by Anastasia Beverly Hills as a transition shade
-"Brown Sugar" by Makeup Geek to deepen the outer crease
-"Sangria" by Anastasia Beverly Hills on the lid.
-"Drift" eyeshadow by ColourPop to intensify the red color. Use MAC Fix+ or eyedrops to wet the brush. This will help intensify the color!
-"Kitten" eyeshadow for the middle of the lid to add dimension, and on the inner corner to add a highlight
-"Black" matte-liquid liner by NYX
-"Iconic" lashes by House of Lashes
-"Black" Rimmel Lash Accelerator mascara to blend the falsies with the real lashes. Apply the same mascara on bottom lashes.

-Loreal Infallible "Black" gel liner to paint the nose. You can use the same brush that it comes with to outline the nose and then fill it in with the same product.

-Loreal Infallible "Black" gel liner to shape the mouth and teeth
-Ben Nye "Clown White" paint to fill in the teeth


-(Red) Outline the nose with the black gel liner, then fill it in with the same product.


-(Green) Start off by using the black gel liner and draw the horizontal line for the mouth.
-(Red) Next, draw the shape of the teeth as seen in the image using the same black liner.

-(Red) Fill in the teeth with the white paint. You only need a TINY bit of paint. You can add more paint as you go. Using a small amount will help to blend the white with the black for a more realistic look.

This look is very simple to create but the finished result is amazing! I hope you dolls enjoyed with tutorial and that it was helpful:) Let me know what other looks you would like to see!


Monday, October 5, 2015

Happy Monday beauties!:) Thank you for everyone that entered my first IG giveaway. I appreciate all of you for giving me so much love and support! It means the world to me and I want to give back in every way that I can:)
Congrats to this doll @k_marielove for winning 3 pairs of gorgeous @dodolashes!

Thank you to everyone that entered😘 Don't be upset you didn't win lovebugs, there will be other giveaways!😊 Promise!🙏Love you dolls!💕