Winged Rhinestone

Simple Makeup

Yes, I needed a rhinestone to this look! I mainly did this tutorial so that I could have a decent picture to put on the Author section for Outsider, I’d been looking through all my pictures and there was absolutely nothing that was appropriate. Pictures with boils, glitter and lashes all over my face sure. But something simple, nope!

Black and White

Since I’ve been on a bit of an Outsider overload I didn’t want to leave you guys without a tutorial.  It’s simple, I know, but I will have a dramatic makeup look for you next week.

I hope you like the tutorial :) 

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Comments

  1. Beatriz says

    This makeup is simple, yet so pretty! Completely wereable at work because it’s not super dramatic and not blend and boring. :)

  2. Norma C says

    I love your videos…can’t stop watching them. But I did want to know if you do the whole costume that go with the masks and crowns you make? I would love to see complete costumes. Do you have any?

  3. Sarah says

    Hullo,

    I watch you videos religiously and I love every one of them. However, I love this sort of make up video more as I’m not very good with my own make-up. I have limited ability and you teach simple things in a way that helps me.
    I really want to do this look but I was wondering where is the best place to get hold of rhinestones safe enough to put near your eye. There wasn’t anything in the description bar below about which ones you used. I just thought I would ask.

    Keep up the great work. :)

    • Rachel says

      I do believe she uses nail rhinestones that come in wheels. they are safe to put near your eyes. Hope that was helpful!

  4. telly delvia says

    hi klaire,
    the tutorial really realistic for daily make up. Also love your hairstyle,it looks like the picture you have share on instagram.
    Greetings frim Indonesia,keep up the good work.
    Telly