Here is a video I made containing some of my favourite cocktails designed by the wonderful Chris Ojeda of the Soho House Group.
- Emma Holly Jones
A simple and sexy look for a night out on the town!
Before putting eyeshadow on its important to use primer. It helps your eyeshadow from not creasing or look worn out. The primer I used is from Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion.
Step 1: For the base I used Orb by Mac. Apply the shadow with a brush or eyeshadow stick. Just apply around the eyelid to the brow bone.
Tip: For the black eyeshadow it’s all about blending and how dark you want your black shadow to be. I used is called Black Tied, from Mac. When using black eyeshadow its good to use a fluffy eyeshadow brush. I used Mac 224 and it really helps with the blending.
Step 2: When applying you want to start off from light to dark. Brush the shadow from the middle of the eyelid to the outer corner of your eye making a v shape at the corner. Start from the inside corner of your eye so you can contour your eyes a few inches away from the inside. Just dab and blend inward in small strokes. Once your done with the first application depending on how dark your preference is, you can add more black eyeshadow to your eyes. I did about 3 applications. If you need to lighten you can always mix and blend with the color base you used at step one with Orb from Mac.
Tip: You can make your eyes pop by adding applying a highlighting stick to your eyes. Dab it on the inside corner of your eyes with a color that is neutral. I used Fascinating by Mac Eye Khol.
Tip: When using black eyeshadow you want to use neutral colors for the lips and cheeks. Neutral colors tones the make up down where it doesn’t have to be harsh or dramatic for the face. For the lips I used Creme De Nude with C-Thru lip gloss on top.
Fitness guru, actress and Haute Street MUSE, Kodi Kitchen gives insider #DIY fitness tips that you can work into your day-to-day routines, aiming to help you be the BEST U that you can be.
Kodi’s Fitness Studio, BEST U NOW OPEN in Los Angeles.
(Best U, 931 N Fairfax, West hollywood , CA 90046)
Hello magnificent Muse Diary readers,
Hope you all enjoyed the last health post and took one minute to honor your bodies. How did it feel?
This week I will share with you a little move you can do absolutely anywhere! It targets the obliques (that lovely area on the side of your waist) and all you have to do is crunch to the side!
There are a few key things to remember:
- It’s not about using momentum, but about actually making a conscious effort to use the oblique for the crunch. Really squeeze it together to bring your ribs down and to the side, with a slight release on the way up.
- The more reps the more efficient, but just doing a few will do your body good.
- Add weight! We use our weighted U bar, either the 4 or 8 lb. I also do this when I’m sitting in traffic, cranky, cursing and need to do something so I feel like I’m in control. Naturally an oblique crunch does the trick!
- Use a hand weight. Use a water bottle. Use your purse! We all know we stock those things to the max, let’s make it beneficial. Try this and start to feel the sides whittle and tone.
Happy healthy toning MUSE-ers