Mistress Vivian's Beauty Secrets

Blue Eyes, Natural Long Lashes, Classic Ivory Skin, Luscious Lips and High Cheek Bones - All that defines Goddess Vivian!

Beauty Tips & Tricks (not only) for Sissies & Sluts. Learn how to apply eye makeup by following Mistress Vivian's essential guide to make up.


I am often asked what kind of beauty products and makeup I use to enhance my natural beauty and get the sexy look I want.

Feedback in emails and sessions:

"I love how you can just look through the camera right into my soul."

"It feels like you're looking right at me."

"You wear eye make up exceptionally well."

"I could just look at your face for hours and be completely drawn into your power."

"Can you teach me how to apply make up?"

"Mesmerized by your hypnotizing eyes..."

The Eyes of Mistress Vivian

Here's essential information and beauty tips from Mistress Vivian.

Favorite Cosmetic Brands:


My #1 brand is L'Oreal and here's why: They never disappoint. I find myself going back to this brand for most of my make-up. With a great variety of foundation shades, I have definitely found my true match in L'Oreal.

Favorite Make up products used daily:

- L'Oreal TrueMatch concealer neutral N1-2-3
- L'Oreal TrueMatch Super Blendable Liquid Make Up N2
- L'Oreal De-Crease Eyeshadow base
- Smashbox Single eyeshadow Midnight Black
- L'Oreal Carbon Black Le Kohl Pencil
- L'Oreal Voluminious Mascara Black

All about the Eyes

Digital Eye

My favorite eyeshadow colors are light shades of silver, gray and blue applied all over the eyelid up to the natural crease, and along the lower lash line, applying black or dark gray in the crease and just under the brow bone for a sexy smokey eye look, sometimes lighter and sometimes darker, depending on my mood. A little bit of white highlight eyeshadow in the inner corner of the eye, and a very light highlighter color (skin tones are great or the lightest silver you can find) under the brow and gently around the eye to blend.

Using black kohl eye pencil I glide it along the inside of the eyelid and blend out along the base of the lower lash line. The inside of the lower eyelid is easy to start with. Instead of using one firm stroke at the base of lashes, I rather use gentle brush stroke. Remember: You can always add more for the desired effect, but once you have a thick line all you are left to do is smudge using your fingers or a brush/foam applicator to soften. I start on the outside of the eye applying more kohl pencil, less towards the inner eye.

The last bit of your eye make up, for some, including me, the most important and finishing step --mascara. If you have natural long curved lashes like myself all you have to do is color them. You can also use an eyelash curler to give your lashes a nice curve, then apply mascara. Wiggle the wand back and forth at the base of lashes (the roots). To help separate the lashes keep on wiggling the wand through towards the tips.

False eyelashes are a great tool if you have either thin or short natural lashes, or you want to create a glamour look. It takes practice and some time getting used to false lashes, and of course with so many different brands available, the key is finding the perfect pair for your needs.


Keep your makeup brushes clean! Regular cleaning will help remove old makeup and bacteria, keeping them soft. Depending on how often you use makeup, wash your brushes once a week, but at least once a month.

My tip: Make it a habit to clean your make up brushes at the beginning of each month. Here's how:

Simply use lukewarm water to get the brush tip wet, lather up a bar of soap (or gentle shampoo) in the palm of your hand and saturate the brush with soap gently massaging the bristles with your fingertips in order to remove oils and old make up.

Rinse with lukewarm water. Avoid getting the handle and metal part wet. Shake off any excess water and let air dry for several hours or overnight, preferably with a gentle fan. To clean and disinfect the handle of your brushes use rubbing alcohol on a paper towel or cotton pad.

Makeup Removal

First wash your face with your daily cleanser. This will remove most of the makeup. Follow with an eye makeup remover, such as L'Oreal Paris Dermo-Expertise Eye Makeup Remover or Simple Cleansing Water, Micellar. Apply to a cotton pad and gently swipe over your eyes removing any remaining makeup. Finish with a gentle moisturizer. Voila!


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Quick Beauty Tips

Facial Scrub

Use gentle scrub to smoothen out your skin's appearance if you have large pores. This will greatly help applying the make up.


For dry skin, apply a good moisturizer before starting with your make up so it doesn't flake. A general rule is, if your skin is dry, stick with liquid foundation rather than powder.

Conceal dark spots

Use a concealer to cover up dark areas under the eyes before applying foundation.

Eyeshadow primer

Before applying eyeshadow always use a base or primer. Eyeshadow will last longer, is easier to apply, and doesn't crease or fade.

Make up Brushes

Small round brushes are best to apply eyeshadow. Most foam sponge applicators included with eyeshadow palettes are too short and flimsy. Brush sets are widely available and affordable. I prefer goat hair brushes which are soft and durable.

Eyeshadow colors

Most eyeshadow quads are great. The colors are well balanced for every area of your eye. Play with color combinations to find the shade that suits you best.

Metallic look

To achieve a metallic look of any powdered eye shadow, dab a foam sponge brush into a drop of water. Dip the wet foam applicator into your base eyeshadow, picking up some good amount of color and dab onto your eyelid (do not rub it in). Feels refreshing cool. Close your eyes and wait until it has dried.

I prefer to add a bit of moist color on top of my regular eyeshadow to create a metallic shine.


Applying eyeliner takes practice. Make sure your thin brush applicator is not completely drenched in liquid. Pull the brush along the rim to take off excess liquid. Start in the middle of your upper lash line, the highest point of your eye and work your way to the outer corner of your eye. Get more liquid, start in the middle again and slowly work your way to the inner corner.

Kohl eye pencil

Make sure your Kohl eye pencil is properly sharpened, but not as sharp as a regular pencil. It will feel more comfortable gliding it along your sensitive eyes when it is slightly rounded.


Waterproof mascara isn't necessary unless you plan on going for a swim or crying over a sad movie. Regular mascara will do just fine. It is also much easier to remove.

If your mascara has gotten a bit dry and sticky add a drop or two of water or olive oil into the tube to extend the life, but don't use it for more than 3-4 months and don't share with anyone!

Nail Polish

To dry your nail polish, do NOT blow with your mouth as this will dull the shine and takes considerably longer to dry (due to the moisture in your breath). Let air dry or use a blow dryer on cool setting or a fan.

Speed up drying times by cooling down your fingers rather than warming up. Ice cold water works great, add ice cubes into the sink or a bowl and hold your fingers still for about 30 seconds.

Fix your old dried out nail polish by adding a few drops of nail polish remover. Shake well.

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