Fourth of July Makeup Look | Fun, Cute, and Beginner Friendly!


Hey Beauties!

Welcome back to day two of my Fourth of July makeup series! If you missed day one’s look, you can check it out here!

Today’s look is another super easy, wearable makeup look, but this one does have a few intricate details within the look, that make it look a lot more complicated than it actually is!

Whether you’re able to go out with friends this Fourth of July or you are having low-key at home celebrations with family, this look is sure to blow everyone away and have you feeling festive and fabulous all day long!


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First things first, you’re going to want to set your eyelids. I just use a little concealer and setting powder.

Then, taking a black liquid liner, I’m using the BH Cosmetics Liquid Liner, you’re going to go ahead and draw out this open wing.

How high you take this liner is ultimately going to depend on your own eye shape. For me, I have hooded eyes, so I took my liner a good bit above my crease, but that might not be the case for you.

The best way to decide how high or low you need to take the liner is to look at yourself straight on in the mirror and carefully map out which placement will best compliment your eyes, and go from there.

Don’t worry if your liner comes out a little messy when you first apply it, if there are any flaws you find, just grab some concealer and a flat concealer brush and carefully clean it up.

close up 2Now for the fun part! You’re going to want to grab some red, white, and blue liquid eyeliners to start adding the dots.

For my blue and white eyeliner, I used these Handaiyan matte liquid eyeliners that I bought off amazon.

I couldn’t find a red eyeliner in the shade that I liked, so instead I used my Ben Nye Rainbow Wheel face paint and dipped into the red paint in the wheel.

I took a broken bobby pin and simply coated the ends of the pin with the liners/face paint and carefully began dotting sporadically around the wing. You don’t have to be particular about this by any means, just make sure you leave room in between each dot to ensure you have room for all three colors.

Then I grabbed my CoverGirl LiquilineBlast eyeliner pencil in ‘Blue Boom’ and applied it to my waterline.

I wanted to really emphasize that blue, so I grabbed my Morphe x James Charles palette and a small detailing brush, dipping into the shade ‘Acapella’ and smudging that across my lower lash line.

To finish the look off, I just applied some mascara and false lashes, I used my Ardell Wispies as usual.

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And, that is the finished look!

I love how this look turned out! It’s so easy to do, while looking way more complicated than it actually is! With just a couple easy steps, you have a gorgeous, eye catching makeup look that you can rock this fourth of July!

I hope you guys like this look as much as I do! If you decide to recreate it, be sure to tag me on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok I would love to see it your gorgeous faces rocking this look!

I also have a video of this look up on my YouTube channel as well if you guys would like to check that out as well!

Also, if you haven’t seen yesterdays blog post, be sure to check it out now for another easy fourth of July makeup look! I still have two more looks coming in the next few days, and if you’re ready to dip into some more color you’re going to want to see those looks! Make sure you are following so you can be notified every time I have a new post!

Thank you again for reading! I will see you all tomorrow with another makeup look!

Xx, Juliana

Color Block Eyeliner!


Hey babes!

Welcome back to my blog! I hope you all are having a wonderful week!

If you know me, you’ll know that I have a love-hate relationship with eyeliner. I love how creative you can get with it, and that extra element it can really bring to a look, but at the same time creating looks with fun, unique liner is something I’ve always struggled a bit with. However, today we’re pushing those struggles away and having some fun with color!

This color block eye liner I did is so easy to do, but it really brings something extra to your look. I’m absolutely obsessed with how this look came out, so if you want to see how  you too can achieve this color block eyeliner in an easy three step process than keep scrolling!




First you’re going to want to take a black liquid or gel eyeliner; I’m using the Kat Von D Tattoo Eyeliner in Trooper Black and outline a basic wing. 


You don’t have to worry about your lines being perfect just yet because we are going to go back in with the black later on but give yourself a basic outline to work with.



Then taking the first color you choose to use, I’m using this pretty light pink liquid matte eyeliner from Handaiyan and carefully filling in that gap.

If you get any pink onto the black don’t worry, just grab that black liner again and clean up those edges sharpening the wing and connecting it in a thin line across your lash line.



Then with your second color, I’m using this beautiful blue liquid matte eyeliner also from Handaiyan and carefully drawing a line over the black liner.


Again, if you happen to get a little blue too low onto the black, just grab your liner and clean it up as needed.

For my lower lash line, I grabbed my Morphe x James Charles palette and with a small pencil brush I’m just going to dip into the shade ‘Hello’ and smudge that across my lash line.

Grabbing a black pencil liner, I’m going to go ahead and apply it to my waterline.

For lashes, I’m using my favorite Ardell Demi Wispies and using a black mascara to blend my lashes with the fake lashes, as well as applying it to my lower lash line.



And just like that we are done! I am so obsessed with how this look turned out. If you’re someone that wants to start incorporating color into their makeup looks without going crazy right off the bat I think this is a great way for you to ease your way into it! You’re getting to use these fun vibrant colors in such a easy, minimalistic way that literally anyone can rock!

I hope you guys love this look as much as I do! If you decide to recreate this look be sure to tag me on Instagram or Twitter I would love to see it!

If you have any suggestions for future posts that you would like to see be sure to let me know in the comments or reach out to me on social media! You guys can follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @JulianaJawarish

I would love to hear from you!

Thank you guys so much for reading! Be sure to follow my blog so you can be notified every single time I post!

I’ll see you beauties next time!

Xx, Juliana


My April Favorites!

As I’m writing this I’m just in awe of how quickly 2018 is going by, I mean it’s already May?!? The past month has been so crazy for me between school, work, and all the added stresses that come with being a young adult, but I guess crazy is good sometimes right? (please just agree with me to make me feel better).

I tried a lot of different products this past month but I’ve narrowed it down to my top 5 April beauty favorites!

  1. First Aid Beauty, Hello FAB Coconut Skin Smoothie Priming Moisturizer fileAsset

For a while, I was never really into primers, I just didn’t see a point in them. BUT, this priming moisturizer is heaven in a bottle, for combination skin especially. I always struggled with finding the perfect foundation that wasn’t too matte and dry looking but still wasn’t super dewy. As I was trying to find the perfect finish for my foundation routine I started using this product with my Kat Von D Lock-It foundation, and it was like the heavens opened up and angels started singing because this finish was exactly what I had been looking for! This priming moisturizer gives you that naturally dewy look, and with the matte foundation on top it gives me the perfect mix of matte and dewy in all the right places.


2. Tarte, Color Splash Lipstick – in Beach Babe 99f30b678d09e8977f74a9b5c414f969.jpeg

I have been on the search for the perfect nude lipstick for the longest time and I finally found it! I loved this lipstick so much that for the first time I actually went through an entire tube of lipstick before losing it or getting tired of it. The color splash lipstick from Tarte’s Rainforest of the Sea collection in the shade beach babe is such a beautiful pink nude color, it applies easily and feels so smooth on your lips.

   3. Too Faced, Glitter POP! Peel-Off Eyeliner- in I’m Half Mermaid

7E0C8822-C017-4FEF-B22F-36D0D5201D91As Coachella rolled around and I sat there scrolling through everyone’s photos with a major case of FOMO yet again. As much as I wish it was acceptable to wear full on Coachella glam to work, it doesn’t really work out, but a little glitter never hurt anyone right? Which led me to use this eyeliner on my lower lash line.  I had bought this peel off eyeliner in the shade I’m Half Mermaid months ago but never used it until this month, and I LOVED it. It applies easily, it’s buildable so you can either have just a subtle liner or really build it up to get the color to pop even more, not to mention, color is beautiful and the glitter is amazing!

  4. NYX, Matte Finish Setting Spray NYX-Matte-Finish-Long-Lasting-Setting-Spray

Like primers, setting sprays are also something that I’ve been iffy about, and questioned whether or not they’re actually worth purchasing. When I’m busy running around all day and working, my makeup would always start sliding and getting shiny especially around my T-zone. I needed something that would keep my makeup in place throughout the day. I’ve had this setting spray on hand for a while now but only recently picked it up again and started using it and I finally remembered why I purchased it in the first place. No matter how much I’m running around, how hot I get, whatever it is, my makeup stays exactly as it was that morning. No shininess, no sliding, nothing. This setting spray is amazing and the fact that it is such an affordable price, makes it even better!

  5. Too Faced Candlelight Glow-Warm Glow Highlighter Too-Faced-Candelight-Glow-Highlighting-Powder-Duo-Warm-Glow-1

I’m a sucker for highlighters! I’ve never tried any Too Faced highlighters until this one, and I was pleasantly surprised. It leaves such a beautiful glow, without being TOO blinding. I mean I’m all for a blinding highlight but sometimes you want something a little more subtle, but not too subtle. I mix both shades in the compact and it leaves such a gorgeous highlight. Too Faced Candlelight glow in warm glow is stunning and it is the perfect everyday highlighter!

These products have been my beauty essentials throughout April! There’s a bunch of other things I tried out this month that I fell in love with too, but if I keep going we could be here all week, so I figured I’d cut it at this top 5.

What products have you been loving? Let me know in the comments!