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Today’s post is going to fill you guys in on how and what I used to achieve this easy makeup look. I wore this look out to my birthday dinner. I feel like this look is a perfect night time look because of the smokiness. So if you want to give it a try, then just keep on reading.
I started off with my eyes. I used the Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette.
The first color I went in with is burnt orange. I put this color in my crease. I also added the color raw sienna in my crease as well, but just a tad bit lower than the first color. I deepened up my outer corner with the color Cyprus Umber. I wore primavera all over my lid. For my lower lashes, I applied the color love letter and deepened the outer corner again with Cyprus Umber. To finish up my eye look, I added tempera on my brow bone and highlighted my inner corner with Vermeer. Lastly, I coated my lashes with the Benefit Roller lash and popped on some Ardell Demi Wispies lashes.
On to the face. I primed my face with the L’oreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer and spritzed my face with the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water. The foundation that I used was the Tarte Clay Stick. (There’s a review coming on this foundation very soon, I promise.) I used a mixture of two concealers, the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind and then Tarte Shape Tape. I set my concealer with the RCMA No Color Powder. As I let my powder bake, I filled in my eyebrows with the Anastasia Brow Wiz and used The Browgal eyebrow powder to fill in my sparse areas. After I was finished my brows, I continued with my face. I wiped away the bake-age and went in with my Neutrogena bronzer in sunkissed. I contour my face with the Hoola bronzer. To make my contour look a little more fierce, I took my RCMA powder and let that sit right underneath my contour while I applied my highlight and blush. The highlight I used was Champagne Pop with a mix of Rodeo Drive. The blush I used was the Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in the color feisty. We are coming to the very end up of this look. To make sure this makeup look doesn’t budge, the setting spray I used was the Dewy Finish Setting Spray by NYX and the Make It Last spray by Milani. The last step I did was to pull this look all together was my lip color. The colored I used was Aquarius by Colourpop x Kathleen Lights.
I’m sure that seems VERY overwhelming. I hope this post will help you achieve this look. I may or may not upload a quick little video of me doing this look, if I can ever figure out how to edit. If you give it a try, then post photos of your look to let me see. If you have any other questions about this look, then don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you guys for reading! 🙂
RCMA No Color Powder
Aquarius by Colourpop x Kathleen Lights