Two Casual Work Outfits ~ CatchAnEye

workwear.jpgAt work I am lucky enough to be able to wear my own clothes, for a fashion lover thats huge bonus! As you can probably guess I have to wear dark colours and seeing as our colour theme is purple I take full advantage in adding a pop of colour.

Outfit 1

  • Jumper – Newlook
  • Skirt – Newlook
  • Necklace – Newlook
  • Tights – Primark
  • Boots  – Newlook

I went a bit crazy in the Newlook sale…. :/

Outfit 2

  • Cardigan – Newlook
  • Collared Top – Topshop (I love it, I now need it in every colour!)
  • Leggings – Topshop
  • Boots – Primark

I got a lot of this in the sale but I have linked everything that I can still find 🙂

Have a beautiful day! xxx

OOTD ft Lace Suspender Skirt ~ CatchAnEye

 PicMonkey CollageThis outfit is one of my all time favorites! Mainly because I have never seen anyone with this skirt but also because I think it would suit any style and body shape.

Suspender Skirt – Romwe
Top – Primark
Boots – PrimarkBowler Hat – HnM

I think its a great outfit for work, casual or you could even dress it up. It is so versitile.

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I also got a hair cut! I think this is the shortest I have ever gone. What do you think??

Have a beautiful day and a magical Christmas! xxx

OPI Mani – Dont Give a Rotterdam!

IMG_3991I know I only just changed my nail polish but working in a beauty salon makes it so tempting to change up my colour every few days or so!

Today I went for this gorgeous shimmery grey! Its called “Dont give a Rotterdam!” by OPI.

On the ascent nail I have “Lucerne-tainly look Marvellous” by OPI ..Ye I dont get it ether! I love this colour so much! Its more a gun-metal grey. I wish I used it on all the nails. Maybe next time! 

What colours have you been loving this Autumn?

Have a beautiful day! xxx

Is that a new dress? !

IMG_3956Good afternoon! 

Recently I have been LOVING eBay..maybe a tad too much…Anyway! I found this gorgeous aztec print dress from River Island for only £3 and couldn’t resist it! I wasn’t sure if this shape would suit my body type but I love it! The material is really thick, amazing quality and I love the pocket detailing. 

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~ Dress- River Island/eBay
~Tights – Primark
~Cardigan – Primark
~Ankle boots – Primark

I just love how simple this outfit is for winter. Paired with my tartan scarf and bobble hat this is my perfect winter outfit!

Whats yours?

Have a beautiful day! xxx

4 Easy Halloween Makeup Looks

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Hi everyone..long time no see…SORRY! But I am back! We all came up with simple Halloween makeup looks that are easy and are perfect for last minute ideas!

image9A black cat! Probably one of the most simplest yet effective Halloween looks! To complete the look why not add cat ears!

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Step 1Start by creating an even skin tone. We used a face powder a few shades lighter for Sian’s look. 

Step 2 – Using a black pencil eyeliner follow the shape of the brows and fill them in. This will define them and make them stand out!

Step 3 Create a cat eye by extending the eyeliner into a wing shape. Do the same to the inner corner of the eye.

Step 4 – Paint in the nose! There are many different options for this but we decided to keep it simple! Don’t forget to connect your nose to your lips with a thin black line. 

Step 5The whiskers! Draw three dots just above your lip and 3 lines across the cheeks image8to great the whiskers. For best results use a liquid eyeliner and try to do it 1 sleek stroke. 

Step 6Last but not least, the lips. We decided to add a touch of red to the lips and create an ombre effect with the black eyeliner. All you need to do is apply the red how you normally would then use the black pencil liner as a lip liner. Ever so slightly drag the black into he read and there you have it!

 

 

 

 

 

 

image3 (1)The china doll. We think a cute collared dress would go with this look perfectly!

Step 1  – As with the first look, start by creating a flawless, doll-like skin tone. We again used a powder a few shades lighter to give Becky a paler complexion. 

Step 2 – Fill in the brows using a colour the same shade as your hair. This gives the doll a more natural look.

IMG_3398Step 3 – Find the area around your eye socket. You should be able to feel this quite easily with your finger. Once you have found it, using a black liquid eyeliner draw a half circle joining it to the corners of your eyes. For a doll-like look draw in lower lashes. You can even use false lashes!

Step 4 – Fill in the half circle under your eye with white eyeliner or face paint

Step 5 – Apply liquid eyeliner to your upper lashes and apply a generous amount of mascara. The bigger the better! Again apply false lashes if you have them.

Step 6 – Apply a bright pink blush to apples of your cheeks. Apply dots randomly mimicking freckles.

Step 7 – The lips! Cancel out your lip colour using concealer. Draw the lips in using a black eyeliner pencil. Fill in your lips using the same ombre technique as the first look!

 

 

 

 

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The witch! This would look perfect with a long black wig!

Step 1 – Create a flawless base with a pale foundation

Step 2 – Fill in the brows with a black eyeliner and trace round the edges with an eye-shadow of your choice, ideally the shade you will be using on the eyes.

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Step 3– Pick 2 shades of the same colour. With the lightest colour apply it all of the lids. With a fluffy brush apply the darker colour into the crease of your eyelid blending it out well. 

Step 4 – Apply a generous amount of liquid eyeliner to the top and bottom lash line. As with the cat look wing out the eyeliner for a more dramatic look.

Step 5 – The lips. With the same technique as before create an ombre effect on the lips. This time emphasize the bow of your lips using the liquid liner. 

image6Step 6 – This step is completely optional! We decided to get creative and draw a spider web and a spider. For a better effect we went over it with a grey eyeshadow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

image1 (1)This look is really simple yet really effective!

Step 1 – Apply a matte black eye shadow directly onto the skin. No need to be neat. Map out where you want your bruises to be and cover the entire planned bruise with the black eye shadow blending out the edges.

Step 2 – Using a dark red lipstick place small dots over the bruise and blend them out with your finger. This gives the bruise more dimensions and makes it look realistic

Step 3 – Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you are completely happy with your look! 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a spooky day!