Recreation of one of Beyonce's Looks from "Put it in a Love Song" February 19, 2010 by Kim S. / blog, Makeup Looks, Tutorials / 6 Comments The pics of her weren’t too clear, but I tried… Check the tutorial here Makeup by Kim Porter Related New York City makeup artist, beauty and mom blogger . I immensely enjoy helping myself and others feel beautiful inside and out, which is why I started this blog and my YouTube channel. If you have a beauty or makeup related question, contact me. Your question could be featured on the site! I also accept guest post submissions, check the guidelines. ***Brands and PR firms sometime provide press samples of products for review consideration. These brands are not guaranteed a review on Makeup by Kim Porter Blog, nor do we accept payment of any kind for our reviews. For more on our disclosure policies, please see my terms . 6 Comments on Recreation of one of Beyonce's Looks from "Put it in a Love Song" I’ve seen your eyeshadow applications and checks out one of the ladies on your top ten (the one that was on facebook) and the colors look great on you both. I am new to eye shadow application and was wondering if you thought that people with a lighter skin tone (I’m probably the color of Tisha Campbell) would be able to wear the same bright colors? Also, do you find it necessary to match the eye shadow color with something that you’ll be wearing? Thanks for any info you can give me! Reply I think brighter colors look better on more fair skintones. You can see the color more. MAtching eyeshadow with an outfit is not cute, in my opinion. You’d look too matchy, if you know what I mean. Reply When you say fairer- do you mean people with more bronze/brown skin tone? I know what you mean about too matchy. Thanks for the info- you are a big help! Reply Fair as in lighter. Light skinned/yellow etc Reply Oooh, ok. Thanks again. Reply Thats hott!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.