Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Youtube Inspiration #4: Sharon Farrell

Another inspiration of mine on Youtube is Sharon Farrell. I've only just discovered her in the last couple of months but she has a nice variety of tutorials, from Beauty Icons, Celebrities, basic makeup tutorials & improvised tutorials that she makes up on the spot. This one day I decided to try her Teal & Gold Peacock Eyes , well this is actually again my second attempt, as I had (again) forgotten exactly how she had done it the first time! She used some amazing MAC eyeshadows in hers so I had to try and match it as well as I could! Where I've listed what I used I added her products (next to them).

Face | Rimmel Wake Me Up + Stay Matte powder, NARS Laguna, MAC Lightscapade, Milani Baked Blush in Luminoso
Eyes | Chi Chi pencil eyeliner in Caribbean Queen [as a base, ended up creasing a bit] (MAC Minted)
 Makeup Geek e/s Mermaid [1: Lid] (MAC Steamy)
Bh Cosmetics Day & Night palette [2: Crease, lower lash line] (MAC Tilt)
Skin tone colour from same palette. [Blending]
Day & Night dark blue mixed with MAC Contrast [3: Outer V] (Deep Truth)
Sleek Storm palette, Gold [4: inner lash line top & bottom] (MAC Woodwinked)
Black E/S pressed as eyeliner, E/S #2 over the top for blue eyeliner.
Shimmery White [Highlight]
Maybelline The Falsies Flared
Lips | Maybelline Coral Crush (No idea why I chose it, but I like it with the eyes anyway)

Sharon's look. I wish my blues turned out as vibrant as hers, but I think it still looks ok! Now I really want  need Steamy & Deep Truth.

If you would like to, check out Sharon's Youtube channel here. She seems like such a lovely lady & she is an Irish girl living in Sydney, hence her accent!

Thanks for reading another Youtube Inspiration post, stay tuned for more!


  1. I am obsessed with Sharon Farrell! She is definitely my favorite on YouTube!! :)

    You did a great job recreating the look!

    Eyeshadow Addicts Anonymous

  2. I love how bright and colorful this is

  3. You look so gorgeous with blues! and you should definitely consider Steamy - it's a great color! Mine is a bit dry, but as long as you load it up with a brush and pack it on, it's great! :) x


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