This week I went a little bit more classic. Here’s how I got the look:

I started by prepping my face against the hateful oil weigh some Murad Oil Control Mattifier. 

I then played a little with my new Perricone MD No Foundation Foundation. I like the way it works. I used a dampened Beauty Blender to blend it out. 

I needed some extra help under my eyes, so I threw on some LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealer in Light Yellow and blended that out with a dampened Beauty Blender. 

Now, the Perricone MD No Bronzer Bronzer was a little trickier. It was more difficult to use, but did blend wonderfully with that same Beauty Blender. 

For Blush, I used (you guessed it!) Perricone MD No Blush Blush. This I blended out with my fingers. 

I also used my fingers to apply some (duh!) Perricone MD No Highlighter Highlighter. 

Now for powder products. I used a Sigma f40 to add some definition to my face with some Palladio Matte Bronzer in No Tan Lines. 

I also set all the areas I used concealer with some Ben Nye Luxury Powder in Cameo. I let that sit for a minute, then swept away the excess with a Morphe e41 Brush. I then grabbed a Morphe m530 to blend, blend, blend. 

For a flush, I used a Sigma f15 to sweep some Palladio Matte Bronzer in Teeny Bikini on my cheeks. I then blended again with a Real Techniques Multi Task Brush. 

Now for brows. I mapped out the basic shape with a NYX Cosmetics Micro Brow Pencil in Brunette. Then I better defined and filled them in with an Anastasia Duo Brush 7 and some NYX Cosmetics Eyebrow Gel in Chocolate. 

To clean up the edges, I used a Sigma e58 and some NYX Cosmetics Eyeshadow Base in Skin Tone. 

To fake a glow, I used a Morphe m310 to sweep the second highlighter from the BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Palette along my cheekbones and down my nose. 

For a transition shade, I used a Sigma e40 to apply the first eyeshadow from the same palette. Then I used a Sigma e30 to apply the third eyeshadow deeper into my crease. I blended that out with a Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush. 

For the lid, I used a Morphe e14 to pack on the ninth eyeshadow, but used an e.l.f. Cosmetics Professional Eyeshadow Brush to add some of the seventh eyeshadow to the center.

I coated my lashes a few times with some L’Oréal Voluminous Million Lashes mascara. 

I finished off the look with Squeem Luxury Matte Lipstick in Red Carpet. 

See you soon! 

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