Fierce Friday: April 30

This is a look that I did for my stage makeup class for glamor day. I posted a picture of this look on my Facebook page, and had quite a few requests for a tutorial. This is a really easy look and I was a little stretched for time for FF, so I’ll get to doing a fun look out of the Makeup Store Magazine soon! :)





Too Faced Shadow Insurance
MAC Virgin Isle Cream Color Base
Makeup Forever #50 Eyeshadow
Makeup Forever #05 Eyeshadow
Makeup Forever # Eyeshadow
Makeup Forever # Eyeshadow
Makeup Forever #92 Eyeshadow
MAC Artist shdkcfua Eyeliner
MAC Aquadisiac Eyeshadow
Kat Von D Black Eyeliner
Fresh Supernova Mascara
Shu Uemuera Lavendar Bloom Lashes

MAC Peach Blush Ombre

MAC My Favorite Pink Dazzleglass

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  1. Marvel Burgos says:

    LOL!! it is soo cute!!
    i wanted to see orange and purple in a tutorial!
    you are amazing lesha ?
    i love your tutorials!

  2. Princess Kelly says:

    I was actually planning to make a Shu request; so, it’s great timing that you’re using your first Shu Uemura lashes in this video. Their lash bar is amazing.

    I went to the Shu counter for the first time last year with the intention of buying a Nobaba Cream Cover Stick and discovered that I really didn’t need all of the coverage it offered, and ended up buying the Face Architect Smoothing Fluid Foundation instead (shade 974). It’s great for sheer coverage that’s buildable and has diverse color options for fair skin, probably because it’s a Japanese company.

    It’s an expensive brand, but I wanted to try something new and different and needed to revamp my look. I’m glad now that I treated myself to it because it’s been a great experience for me. The foundation was worth the cost, and I would buy it again. I bought blush (the peach is very fresh), shadow and liner as well and they are also very good products, but I wouldn’t call them spectacular or life changing.

    I also bought the famous Shu eyelash curler, and that’s what I was hoping you’d review. It’s known for being”the best” and was mentioned in “The Devil Wears Prada.” I was curious to see if you thought it was anything special in comparison to other lash curlers and whether you think there’s really a difference at all. When I hold it up to a Revlon curler, they look very much the same mechanically. So, is the Shu curler all just hype?

    Thanks for your time and a fun Fierce Friday! :)

  3. Heba says:

    love it !!!!!! i was hoping that u would do a look or two on the new
    click for larger view

    88 Metal Mania Palette

  4. Dagmar says:

    Just amazing! Leesha you’re the best! I think evertime the next tutorial can’t be better but… i’m wrong! I love your work! Please never stop it!

  5. melissa says:

    best summer look ever!!!!! reminds me of rainbow sorbet, or sherbert…or whatever you call it… the swirly rainbow ice-creamy stuff thats bright orange and raspberry and purple color!!! this is great!!!

  6. Mis says:

    I just tried this look on myself and I love it! Sometimes I’m a little hesitant to actually try certain looks, even if they look great on you, because you’re blonde and blue eyed (not blonde here lol), and I have very dark hair, and dark brown eyes. So the same colors don’t always work on us both. But I love the way this looks. :D Thanks for the look!

  7. Danelle T. Danese says:

    Hey there just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let
    you know a few of the images aren’t loading properly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.
    I’ve tried it in two different browsers and
    both show the same outcome.

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