Now it’s a tourist attraction, and Shaun’s photos of its hidden cottages with moss-covered roofs, set against the lush backdrop of the hills, bring in people from around the world.But his eye is trained on much more than just the little movie town.
“Skip eyeshadows, eyeliner and full coverage foundation,” she suggests.
“Focus on BB cream, concealer, setting powder, blush and bronzer, mascara and tinted gloss.
The fact we can achieve this natural look in only minutes is wonderful!
This post is part of our Hashtag Highlight series, showcasing some of the most creative community hashtags on Instagram.
To see more tips from the beauty community on Instagram, browse the #Wake Upand Make Up hashtag.
Every week, we’re showcasing some of the most creative community hashtags on Instagram.Today we’re highlighting #Wake Upand Make Up — makeup artists all over the world are sharing their top beauty tips and daily routines with the hashtag.” photography To see more of his photography from all over New Zealand, follow @shaun_jeffers on Instagram.“I just love creating images of things that people rarely get to see,” Shaun Jeffers (@shaun_jeffers) says — and he definitely follows through on his ambition.The New Zealand-based photographer moved from Liverpool, England, to the small island nation three years ago, inspired by his childhood love of “The Lord of the Rings.” What was supposed to be a year-long trip has become a permanent residency — there is just too much to explore and photograph.Shaun is the official photographer of Hobbiton, the village built for “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” epic film series.