Lernik Grikorian MUA

Another day, another lookbook!

The beauty trend for this fall is daring and bold! Let’s focus right on the eyes first, since those are our bread and butter when it comes to achieving any fall beauty look. I know we all get a little scared with colored liners, but the solitary dark blue and army green eyeliners will give your eyes that vavavavoom! Although applying eyeliner with a brush seems intimidating its more forgiving and easier to fix with a Q-tip and a dab of eye make-up remover. Also, pot cream liners don’t dry faster than liquid eyeliners and are easier to blend into eye shadow.
 

Practice makes perfect—I dare you ladies to pick up your brushes and have a little fun in your fall beauty routines. Some of our favorites are Stella Smudge pot eyeliner in Last Change ($20, excellent for blue and dark brown eyes). For green, brown and hazel eyes, try Smashbox ”Limitless” 15 Hour cream eye shadow in Neptune ($19, which is a double win buy product) and be used as cream eyeshadow…and it’s one of the best steals on the market right now. Finish off your sexy rocking eyes with a double coat ofBADgal Lash Mascara ($26, and well worth the lash pump!). Want more? I thought so!
 
As the seasons change, so does our skin. Applying an oil free sheer tinted moisturizer and MAC Well Dressed powder blush ($20, in the fall gives you youthful glow). Finish this look with this season hottest lip color YSL Rose Taupe Rouge ($32, compliments every skin tone) and is a perfect balance for the rich dark blue and green eyeliner.
 
Voila! You’re now well on your way in grabbing the best tips and products for your beauty looks.

By Lernik Grikorian 
for Pitaya.com
The beauty trend for this fall is daring and bold! Let’s focus right on the eyes first, since those are our bread and butter when it comes to achieving any fall beauty look. I know we all get a little scared with colored liners, but the solitary dark blue and army green eyeliners will give your eyes that vavavavoomAlthough applying eyeliner with a brush seems intimidating its more forgiving and easier to fix with a Q-tip and a dab of eye make-up remover. Also, pot cream liners don’t dry faster than liquid eyeliners and are easier to blend into eye shadow.
 
Practice makes perfect—I dare you ladies to pick up your brushes and have a little fun in your fall beauty routines. Some of our favorites are Stella Smudge pot eyeliner in Last Change ($20, excellent for blue and dark brown eyes). For green, brown and hazel eyes, try Smashbox ”Limitless” 15 Hour cream eye shadow in Neptune ($19, which is a double win buy product) and be used as cream eyeshadow…and it’s one of the best steals on the market right now. Finish off your sexy rocking eyes with a double coat ofBADgal Lash Mascara ($26, and well worth the lash pump!). Want more? I thought so!
 
As the seasons change, so does our skin. Applying an oil free sheer tinted moisturizer and MAC Well Dressed powder blush ($20, in the fall gives you youthful glow). Finish this look with this season hottest lip color YSL Rose Taupe Rouge ($32, compliments every skin tone) and is a perfect balance for the rich dark blue and green eyeliner.
 
Voila! You’re now well on your way in grabbing the best tips and products for your beauty looks.

By Lernik Grikorian

for Pitaya.com

When you place the gorgeous Janelle Fishman and the talented Jiro Schneider at the legendary Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood you can only create magic!

Leather and Lace editorial photography by Chris Callaway and hair by hair guru Daven Mayeda!

One of my favorite shoots of all time with photographer Chris Callaway.We shot at the desert the whole day in the heat and the wind but it was all worth it!

This is one of my favorite shoots with model charlot and photographer Chris Callaway.

I got to work with the talented Chris Callaway on some of the Nikki and Robbi Collections.

This was the first time I had the pleasure to work with the beautiful AnnaLynne Mccord. the images were photographed by one of my Favorite photographers Eric Lacour for the cover of LA Direct Magazine.It was a fun and creative shoot.