Vintage Waved Hair And Make Up Tutorials

Today’s Round Up has a definite vintage theme!

First up we have a Morning Make Up which has some tips on using liquid liner and bright red lipstick.

And then we have the matching hair tutorial. I love this waved hairstyle and it’s surprisingly easy to do!

I really love this version of vintage style looks, hope you guys enjoyed them too!

Hope you all had a good weekend! ^_^

Easy Vintage Wave Hairstyle Tutorial

A simple tutorial on how to create a vintage wave hairstyle. This version is quick and quite easy to do while giving the nice wavy effect. .
This style looks great with Great Gatsby looks!
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A blog and Youtube channel about a girl and her quest to make everything sparkle. New craft, hair and beauty tutorials every week!

Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

She lives with her adorable boyfriend Jimmy, fluffy puppy Miss Lottie and Bergamot Bunny in Melbourne, Australia.

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Easy Vintage Wave Hairstyle Instructions
Hello!
Today’s video is about how to do a simple version of vintage style waves.
Begin by brushing your hair and sectioning it into several parts.
Curl your hair with any method you like. I prefer a conical wand for this because it gives a bouncy girl that lasts all day.
Once set brush out the curls so they are very loose. You want nice been waves.
Using a comb and holding it flat against your head, brush backwards.
You should be able to feel the direction the curl wants to go.
Add a pin.
Comb again forming a gentle wave which finishes at your ear.
Pin each curve.
Continue waving like this until you reach the back.
Pin there too.
Brush out the other side of the curls and repeat the comb waving process.
The hair will naturally form it’s own curves.
On this side I pushed forwards first then back then forward.
It may take a couple of goes to get it in a shape you like but trust me it’s worth it.
Once you’ve done both sides, brush down the back of your head and then roll the rest of the loose hair up.
Pin it in place around the neck.
For a more casual look you can leave it down but I prefer a low bun.
Now hairspray the hell out of it!
While we’re waiting for it to dry, let’s do the fringe.
Part to one side then curl completely under so no edges are seen.
That’s been around long enough.
Once the spray is set, carefully remove the pins.
I like to add some flowers to the top of the bun to give it a more finished look and to hide any more pins which might be showing through.
A look like this definitely deserves some red lips.
All done!
It looks so much more complicated than it actually is and the effect is really beautiful.
This is definitely a head turning look.
I hope this was a useful video. Please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and a photo tutorial.
Thanks so much for watching!
Bye!

Vintage Style Red Lips and Black Liner – Morning Make Up

A new segment I’m trying out where in I show my morning make up routine for various days and chat about what I’m doing that day. Not really a tutorial, more of a random girly chat while we get ready together in the bathroom 😉

Today’s style features classic red lips with nice dark winged eyeliner. I used to wear this style a lot when we went to Rockabilly gigs, it was a really fun time. I love classic red lips and I’d like to start wearing them more! .
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A blog and Youtube channel about a girl and her quest to make everything sparkle. New craft, hair and beauty tutorials every week!

Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

She lives with her adorable boyfriend Jimmy, fluffy puppy Miss Lottie and Bergamot Bunny in Melbourne, Australia.

Email: [email protected]
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Mail: PO BOX 372, Collins St West, VIC 8007, Australia

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Vintage Style Red Lips and Black Liner – Morning Make Up Instructions
Good morning!
And welcome to another edition of Morning Make Up where I do my make up and we chat.
Today’s look is a little bit vintage.
Starting with foundation first as usual.
Next a generous coating of mascara.
When James and I used to go to a lot of Rockabilly gigs I did my make up like this a lot.
It was pretty much my go to look.
Coat the whole lid all the way up to the brow with white shimmer shadow.
It’s quite simple to do as long as you have the hang of liquid liner and lip liner.
A lot of people are scared of red lipstick but once you know how to handle it, it’s not that scary.
Take a shimmery dark brown shadow and draw on a wing. Continue the line around the eye so it forms a pointed “C” shape over the top of the eye.
Just draw the line, don’t fill it in.
This line creates depth and the higher you put it, the deeper your eyes will look.
Just make sure both sides match.
Take a fluffing brush and lightly blend it all.
Don’t blend too much because you don’t want to completely blur the line.
I miss going to see Rockabilly bands, we used to dance all the time!
Draw a thick line of liquid liner and wing it out.
I find liquid liner easiest to use when it’s got a felt tip.
Rather than drawing it on you can just dot it in place until it forms a line.
The line should start thin in the inner corner and get thicker at the outside.
The felt tip is useful for making a perfect wing too because you can just press it in place to make the flick.
Then just fill in any gaps.
Easy done and much easier than trying to control a proper brush.
Make sure to lean on something solid like a table so your hand isn’t wobbly!
If you need to, you can also pull the eyelid skin tight while you do this to keep it steady.
Taadaa, easy!
Add some feathery false lashes.
My favorite part of going to rockabilly gigs was watching the older couples dance, so cute!
Line your lips with a bright red lip liner.
I always start in the middle top and bottom and work my way out to the edge.
Rather than big lines, use small feathery strokes and go slowly.
We used to go dancing almost every weekend. Rockabilly gigs are great for dancing because everyone is so friendly!
A lot of the people who attended in our area had been listening to the music since they were kids too.
Fill in the lips with liner.
This is much easier than doing the edges.
I think most of the bands we used to see are broken up now, so sad.
The best top I have for lips is to smile while you apply liner.
You can see the finished shape as you go and it’s easier to draw with the lips pulled tight like this.
Apply a thin coat of red lipstick.
The lip liner base will make the lipstick last much longer.
Add a tiny bit of blush.
This is definitely a look you need to wear out dancing!

I love shiny lips so I added a little lip gloss too.
Matte red lips are very beautiful with this style though.
All done.
A look like this isn’t completely without the matching hair.
Link to the hair tutorial in the description!
Definitely goes with it a little better than my bathrobe does.
I hope this was a useful video. Please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!
Bye!

Make Your Own False Eyelash Storage – Craft Tutorial

Storing eyelashes can be quite annoying and it can take a up a lot of space. This is my solution for false eyelash storage. It’s quite simple to make and it doesn’t take up much room so it’s great if you have a lot of lashes.

Photo tutorial her: http://www.violetlebeaux.com/2011/03/how-to-store-false-eyelashes/
Photos of this on on my blog here: http://www.violetlebeaux.com/2012/09/pink-remake-of-my-eyelash-holder-home-sweet-home/ .
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A blog and Youtube channel about a girl and her quest to make everything sparkle. New craft, hair and beauty tutorials every week!

Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

She lives with her adorable boyfriend Jimmy, fluffy puppy Miss Lottie and Bergamot Bunny in Melbourne, Australia.

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Make Your Own False Eyelash Storage Instructions
This is a simple tutorial on making a display area for false eyelashes so you can store them easily.
It’s simple and very space effective.
You will need cardboard, pretty paper, lace, tape, scissors, a glue gun and a clear plastic sheet.
I reused the materials from one of these that I made two years ago.
Cut a piece of cardboard as big as you want the finished result to be and a piece of nice paper which is a few centimeters bigger than the cardboard.
Lay the paper good side down and the cardboard on top.
Fold the edges of the paper over and tape in place.
Flipped over you’ve got this.
Place it inside the clear plastic sleeve.
You can use any kind of plastic but I just used an old plastic office display sheet.
Pull the sleeve tight and tape it in place so the front is completely smooth.
You should have something like this.
Next, cut a length of tape and place it sticky side up across the right side of the board.
Repeat with 2 more pieces of tape.
Make sure that they are all sticky side up.
This is what will hold the lashes on the board so make sure you have enough tape for the number of lashes you have.
Now place a piece of tape along the edge of the board sticky side down so it is on top of the first three.
Repeat with another piece of tape on the other side.
Lift the whole thing up.
Fold the edges of the tape over to the back and stick them down.
Snip off any overhanging tape.
What you should have not is a board with 3 sticky tape strips to hold lashes.
Time to decorate.
I’m going to use some cute lace.
using hot glue, fold the edge of the lace over and stick it in place.
Glue it down to one side of the board.
Fold the corner into a point and continue gluing the next side.
Keep gluing all the way around.
There are lots of other things you could use for decoration such as ribbon, stickers or flowers.
When you reach the end, cut off, cold the edge over and glue in place.
Now transfer your eyelashes on and you’re all done.
Done!
See the lashes are held with the tape but are able to be removed and restuck easily.
Just make sure not to use duct tape or something super strong.
Hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and a photo tutorial.
Thanks so much for watching!
Bye!

Super Pink Eyes – Morning Make Up

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A new segment I’m trying out where in I show my morning make up routine for various days and chat about what I’m doing that day. Not really a tutorial, more of a random girly chat while we get ready together in the bathroom 😉

Today’s style feature some nice bright pink. I wear pink a lot but I wanted to bam it up a notch today 😀 .
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A blog and Youtube channel about a girl and her quest to make everything sparkle. New craft, hair and beauty tutorials every week!

Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

She lives with her adorable boyfriend Jimmy, fluffy puppy Miss Lottie and Bergamot Bunny in Melbourne, Australia.

Email: [email protected]
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Mail: PO BOX 372, Collins St West, VIC 8007, Australia

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Super Pink Eyes – Morning Make Up Instructions
Hello!
Welcome to another edition of Morning Make Up where I do my make up and we chat.
Today’s look is a nice bright pink.
Foundation first as usual!
I’m really excited today because my Bergamot shirts arrived!
Cute right?
I started with a pearly light pink in the inner corners.
There’s a link in the description to where you can get your own shirt.
They come in quite a few different varieties so make sure you take a look!
Then a pearly medium pink over the rest of the lid.
It’s been really exciting getting Bergamot themed goodies together!
The shirts are just the beginning, I can’t wait to do the rest of the Bergamot things I’ve got planned!
And a touch of hot pink on the outer corner.
And drawing the comics has been really great too.
I added a touch of white shimmer under the brow to act as a highlighter.
I’m still waiting for news on the plushies but as soon as I have it, so will you guys.
Then blended it all together with a fluffy brush.
I recently actually introduced two of Bergamot’s friends.
Using a smudging brush I brought some of the dark pink down to the lower lash line.
There’s Nana Bunchkins…
I painted a think winged line in black liquid liner.
I have been using liquid liner a lot more recently.
Nana is Bergamot’s slightly senile grandma.
She’s pretty blind so she’s always mistaking other people for Bergamot but she means well!
Mascara next!
I also introduced Bergamot’s love interest.
Then some thick 3/4 lashes.
His name is Sir Reginald T Bunnykins and he’s very much the proper Victorian Gentleman.
A touch of pink blush but not too much so it doesn’t over take the shadow.
Definitely no going out without a chaperone for them!
Lastly bright pink lipstick and a nude shimmer gloss.
I’m not sure where their adventures will lead yet but I think it will be pretty funny!
All done and very pink!
Perfect to go with the shirt.
Hope this was a useful video. Please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!
Bye!

Curly Pigtails with Lots of Volume Hairstyle Tutorial

Just a quick tutorial on how to do a big fluffy pigtails. It looks almost anime styled ^_^ .
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A blog and Youtube channel about a girl and her quest to make everything sparkle. New craft, hair and beauty tutorials every week!

Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

She lives with her adorable boyfriend Jimmy, fluffy puppy Miss Lottie and Bergamot Bunny in Melbourne, Australia.

Email: [email protected]
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Mail: PO BOX 372, Collins St West, VIC 8007, Australia

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Curly Pigtails with Lots of Volume Hairstyle Tutorial Instructions.

I love pigtails but I like mine to have a lot of volume in them so here’s the method I use.
Two versions of pigtails!
Start by making to high pigtails.
Keep in mind that the finished product will be slightly higher than where you’re placing the bands.
Spray some heat protector through them.
Curl the ends of them in whatever method you like.
Just make sure the curls are all pointing in the same direction.
I’m using a mini hair straightener because that’s what I find easiest.
You can also do the same thing with hot rollers and pretty much anything else as long as the end results have them curling in the same direction.
Twist the curls together to form one big one.
You may need to brush through it to smooth things down.
Then twirl around your finger to regain the shape afterwards.
Flip the pigtail over your head.
Pin to the scalp just above the elastic band.
It might need a few pins to hold it in place.
And you want it to be really secure.
Flip it back over and fan out.
You can even add a small hair piece underneath the band to puff it out even more.
Repeat on the other side.
Curl, flip, pin, fluff.
If you need to you can tease the underside to stop it splitting over the pins.
This style always reminds me of manga characters.
For another version of this which is even more comicbook-ish twist the hair just above the curl.
And pin it right behind your ears.
It forms two buns with curls coming out under it,
Repeat on the other side too of course.
Definitely an out there kind of style but I think it’s pretty fun!
Having a curled fringe would look be really cute too.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and other tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching!

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