Anonymous asked: Hey leesh do you have a tutorial on how to apply loose eyeshadow glitters? I can't find any on your page :/
im not sure if i have a video specifically dedicated to that but thats not a bad idea! I usually use LIT glitter base, which is a liquid, and i dip my brush in it, then press it into the glitter then apply it to my eyelids. the glitter applies like a wet pigment and doesnt have much fallout :)
Anonymous asked: Hey leesh what is a good camera for beginner photographers? Which is better, a Nikon or a canon? And can you post a video about cameras for dummies like for example what does dslr mean? Thanks!
i mean it all really depends on what youre looking to do.. are you looking to just shoot fun photos and the like with your friends, are you looking to be more professional? you can take great shots and videos with cameras like cannon powershot series that are relatively inexpensive and are nice and portable. The Nikon vs Canon question is really about preference as far as photography goes. I have both a Nikon and a Canon DSLR. I bought the Canon because my Nikon took horrible video (its a D5100, and as far as I know Canon in general does better video). DSLR stands for digital single-lens reflex camera. This Wikipedia article is going to do a hell of a better job explaining that then I will. DSLR cameras are great, but only if you are really planning to learn photography and take advantage of all they offer. I know a couple people who have DSLRs and never take them off Auto, and honestly in my opinion the photos look flat and boring compared to if they learned the different settings and possibilities their camera has.
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My big kid tree is supposed to arrive tomorrow (I hope!) so in the mean time I’m sporting this two foot beauty from target, with added lights and mini ornaments. All for under $20, what a deal! #iwantmybigtree
reeniebean117 asked: I think asking 12 looks is a bit much, i'm sure you've got things you need to get done for the holidays lol. But maybe just 12 days of videos? Some looks, some vlogs, some reviews? Or if you felt up to doing 12 looks I think instead of one palette you should challenge yourself each day to use one product in that days look that you haven't used yet as kind of an initial reaction video or maybe just a product you haven't used in a long time.
im thinking 12 days of videos would be fun and a lot easier.. i can totally do that! YAY PLANS lol