A make-up enthusiast has transformed herself into using a range of both budget and high end products, and some people are suggesting it looks better than what the original artist created on Mrs .
, who is based in Stawell, Victoria, recreated a beauty look that -based Nikki Makeup did on Kardashian a fortnight ago, featuring a serious winged liner, white eyelid and nude lip.
Kim’s hair had been crimped into mermaid waves and she had a white robe wrapped around her for hydraclubbioknikokex7njhwuahc2l67lfiz7z36md2jvopda7nchid.onion the photos.
Michelle Teeken, who is based in Stawell, Victoria, recreated a beauty look that London-based Nikki Makeup did on Kardashian a fortnight ago (pictured)
Michelle followed suit by getting a friend to use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark tresses, but she had to guess at what tones Nikki had used in the makeup department.
In the end she opted for Plouise Makeup Academy’s eyeshadow base in the colour shade ($14.31), BYS Cosmetics Noosa palette ($19.95) and Hydra Gloss in dreamy ($7.95) and an Anastasia Beverly Hills brow pomade in ebony ($33).
She used the Nyx Cosmetics matte liquid liner and jumbo pencils in black bean and milk ($14.95 each), MAC Cosmetics clear brow gel ($35), Extended Play mascara ($39) and Soft and Gentle highlighter ($55).
Her foundation was Maybelline’s Superstay foundation in warm honey ($17.39), bronzer was the chocolate range from TooFaced ($46) and blush was Tarte Cosmetics in the colour Achiote ($41).
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Michelle followed suit by getting a friend to use the Mermade Hair tool on her dark tresses, but she had to guess at what tones Nikki had used in the makeup department
She shared the final result – which looked much like Kim’s – in the Makeup Social Facebook group, to high praise
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