Makeover Monday: Sister Edition


Some people say we have the same eyes. Some say we look similar, or our mannerisms are the same, and some would say we are polar opposite. Well, we are sisters after all and we did happen to share the same womb. (Weird how that happens.) We are both in the same crazy family (in the best of ways) that had 6 kids growing up, a mom who some how didn’t go insane in the midst of it (although she would probably disagree with me), and a dad who was/is a pastor. Yup, we are both PK’s, and I am pretty sure my family would have made the most fantastic reality show if those existed  in the 90’s.

Moving on- my sister is the best mom out there. She married her high school sweetheart and they are the most adventure- forward-family ever. As far as the beauty thing goes though, she would rather slip on her snowboarding gear than slip on some lipstick. So, perhaps we are polar opposites, but we still love each-other.

Before

After

 

Get The Look

My sister really doesn’t wear makeup much. So doing to much on her would look a little odd and also wouldn’t represent who she is all that well. So I kept her makeup simple, while definitely making her look  dolled up for the wedding she was in.

Kristi’s skin is already near perfection, I just made it that-much-better using my Temptu Airbrush foundation, blush, and highlighter. I also gave her eyes that vintage feel using a light shimmery shade over the entire eyelid and contouring under her brow bone with a med. brown shadow. Next I used a thick black cream liner, placing it close to her lash line and sweeping it past the outside corner of the eye in an upward slant. Finally- I curled her lashes and applied a few layers of mascara.

 

Here she is via a pic taken on a cell phone after her hair is all done by Lauren Wadsworth. Pretty girl.

 

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