Red Carpet Inspired Makeup Looks

Last night I was watching the 2015 Golden Globe Awards and I decided to share with my fans the images of my latest editorial published in February 2015.  This editorial was inspired by previous iconic looks of amazing actresses.

I will share each image and a few of the products I used to recreate the looks. Hope you enjoy :)


This look was inspired by Angelina Jolie’s 2005 Red Carpet look.


Makeup Products Used:

Face Atelier Foundation, Smashbox blush in bare, Nars Bronzer in Laguna, MUFE Aqua Rouge in #8, Clinic gel eyeliner, Ardell Lashes, Eye makuep was a combination of MAC Cosmetics colors in Patina, All that glitter, handwritten and tempting.



This look was inspired by Julia Roberts 2001 Red Carpet look.


Makeup Products used:

Face Atelier Foundation, Charlotte Tilbury blush in First Love, Nars Laguna bronzer, Lips – Ysl #9, Clinique gel liner in black, ardell lashes, eyes are a combination of makeup geek eyeshadows in creme brule, bling and cocoa bear.



This look was inspired by Halle Berry’s 2011 Red carpet look.



Makeup Products used:

Chanel Foundation,  Charlotte Tilbury blush in ecstasy, too faced bronzer, lip line MUFE 3c, Lipstick – Nude Kate by Charlotte Tilbury, Eyes are a combination of Chanel cream shadow in Ebloui, Mac shadow in cranberry, makeup geek shadow in creme brule and cinderella.

This look was inspired by Hailee Steinfeld 2011 Red Carpet Look.



Makeup Products Used:

Mac face & body foundation, Mac blush in Danity, Lip color in Ladiva from Chanel and eyes were a mixed of mally eyeshadow in soft champagne colors with a hint of pink.

This look was inspired by Jessica Chastain 2012 Red Carpet Look.



Makeup Products Used:

Mac Face & Body Foundation, Bobbi Brown Blush in Apricot, Mac highlight in Shell, YSL Lip Color, eyes are a combination of Mac eyeshadow in Vanilla, Texture and Expensive Pink, Ardell Lashes.

I did prep every models skin before makeup.

I hope you enjoy and if you have any questions, feel free to ask.


Trish aka Patricia Solis

Photo credit to Tania Colamarino of Ama Photography, styling by Elaine Fioravanti of best dressed ginger, Hair by Jenn Haines.  Editorial publish in Berks County Living Magazine.


Brazilian Waxing Tips


Considering getting a Brazilian wax?

Brazilian waxes are very common nowadays and most people have heard of them, even if they’ve never had one.

Below find some helpful information on how to prepare, what to expect during your visit and how to care for your skin after a waxing season.

  • Stop shaving! Your first step is to stop shaving. Do not shave or use any other hair removal products or creams 3-4 weeks prior to your appointment. You hair should be ¼ inch long for optimal waxing.
  • Exfoliate the area being waxed a few days before. Exfoliating helps remove dead skin and lifts the hair, which assists in better hair removal.
  • Please shower before your appointment and lightly exfoliate before your appointment. Make sure you are extra clean and don’t come to your appointment after the gym.
  • Let your esthetician know if you are taking any medication that can affect your waxing results, such as blood thinners, Acutane, or Retin-A (or similar products)
If you are using topical acne or skin lighting products.
  • Do not tan the bikini area in the 24 hours prior to your wax appointment.
  • With doctor’s approval, pain products such as ibuprofen can be taken 30 minutes before a bikini wax to alleviate any possible pain. (Please get doctor consent)
  • Do expect to have some level of discomfort. We are removing the hair from the root! However, due expect future visits to be easier and less uncomfortable. (everyone’s level of discomfort is different.
  • You may experience some redness and soreness after your wax, these are common temporary reactions and should subside within 24 hrs.
  • Wear clean lose fitting pants and clean cotton underwear. Avoid any tight clothes that rub excessively.
  • Don’t take hot shower; go to the gym, tanning or sauna 24 hrs after waxing.
  • Purchase your post care product to apply to the waxed area every day to prevent ingrown hairs, infection, and regrowth.
  • Don’t shave in between your waxing appointments.
  • Book your follow up appointment in 3-4 weeks.
  • Call your Licensed Esthetician and get a one on one to get you ready for your appointment and to answer any of your questions.

Eyeshadow Palettes

Its been a long time since I really took product pictures.  I don’t know why I don’t do it as much, but I sure want to get better at doing these.  I just love palettes and I have a ton of them. I think I am obsessed with them. LOL

Today I want to share with you some of my beautiful eyeshadow palettes, I have a few Urban Decay, Nars and Illamasqua to share.


The first one is the urban decay 3 palette.  This palette has 12 shadows and they are in hues of pink and brow, I love the rose gold packaging and the brush that is included is dual ended nice quality.


My next palette is the newest Urban Decay Electric Pressed Pigment Palette.  This palette has 10 bold shades.  It is definitely not for everyone but I love the colors and can’t wait to play with it more.  IMG_8401

My last eye shadow palette for today is the Illamasqua Neutral Palette.  I love this palette.  It is my second one so far.  I just love the packaging, pigmentation and overall quality.  I hate having to pay the shipping on these product in the UK but I needed to try them and I have to say I am very happy with it.  IMG_8390


Let me know if you want me to continue to do these and if you also want some swatches.


Thank you for following my blog and sharing my love for makeup.


Makeupbytrish :)

Patricia Solis

Berks County Living Cover – Makeup by Patricia Solis

OMG, it has been forever since I posted on my blog, I so need to start posting weekly.  Shame on me LOL Today I wanted to share some of my work that was published in Berks County Living.  I was so excited to see it in the cover, I felt like Katherine Heigl  from the movie  “the ugly truth”  LOL, yes the scene when she got her flowers. I know, don’t ask me why that particular moment flashed through my brain. I had the honor of doing this green beautiful makeup. 1975272_10152086044212423_498103892_n This months issue was featuring “Green” , be sure to stop by and check Berks County Living Photography by the amazing Tania Pineiro-Colamarino of Ama Photography Thank you for reading and following my work! Makeup by Patricia Solis :)