Happy Friday! This is a super simple silver look I made for you today.
I started by waking my eyes up with The Ordinary Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG. I also swept some Smack Beauty Bat Those Lashes Volumizing Lash Serum to continue with my lash growth journey. To hydrate my lips a bit, I smoothed in some Pure Paw Paw Ointment in Grape.
Because I wanted my foundation to not look crazy matte and unrealistic today, I smoothed on some Unicorn Oil Illuminating Glow Elixir in Celestial Glow, followed by using a Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge to blend in some Frankie Rose Cosmetics Matte Perfection Foundation in Bare. To add some depth and dimension, I cream contoured with some LA Girl Cosmetics Pro Conceal HD Concealer in Warm Sand, blending it all in with a Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge.
To correct my dark circles, I used a tiny bit of some LA Girl Cosmetics Pro Conceal HD Concealer in Light Yellow Corrector. And guess what! I used a Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge to blend again! To highlight the high points of my face and brighten the under eye area, I put on some Palladio Under Eyes Disguise Full Coverage Concealer in Vanilla Latte, and used my Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge one last time to blend.
Now to set all that, I grabbed a Morphe E52 Brush and dusted on some RCMA No-Color Powder. To deepen up the color on the cream contour, I used both a Morphe Y22 Brush and a Morphe R9 Brush and swept on some Palladio Matte Bronzer in No Tan Lines.
Now it’s time to bake! Using a Vera Mona Cake and Bake Beauty Sponge, I dabbed some Ben Nye Luxury Powder in Buff onto the areas that I previously highlighted. I waited a few moments and swept off the excess with a Morphe G5 Brush.
To add a nice flush of color, I swept on some Jouer Powder Blush in Peony with a Sigma F15 Brush. I blended that out some with a Morphe E56 Brush. To fake a glow, I used an Morphe M310 Brush to add some Forever 21 Rainbow Highlighter to my cheekbones and the bridge of my nose.
To prep my brows, I grabbed a Morphe M115 Brush and combed some Model in a Bottle Long Lasting Eyebrow Sealer through them. I then used a Morphe M413 Brush to fill them in and shape them with some Inglot AMC Brow Gel Liner in 17. To clean up the edges, I used a Morphe M508 Brush and a smidge of Dermablend Professional Cover Creme in Natural Beige.
Now for the fun stuff! As a transition shade, I swept some NYX Professional Makeup Nude Matte Shadow in Birthday Suit on with a Frankie Rose Cosmetics 725 Brush. This really just lets the next shadows applied blend a little more smoothly.
In the crease, to get some depth and a little bit of darkness, I used a Morphe R41 Brush to add some Jouer Cosmetics Powder Eyeshadow in Caviar in the area, blending it slightly past the crease and adding a bit to the outer corners of the eyelids.
To prep my eyelids for the next step, I grabbed a Morphe E32 Brush and carefully dabbed on some Maybelline Color Tattoo Metal 24HR Eyeshadow in Silver Strike. I then used a Morphe E14 Brush to tap on some NARS Dual Intensity Eyeshadow in Callisto. For the lower lash liner, I added some LA Girl Glide Gel Liner in Silver Streak.
I then doused my face in Model in a Bottle Setting Spray.
For my lips today, I wanted something a little different. I started out by putting on some NYX Professional Makeup Cosmic Metals Lip Cream in Fuchsia Fusion. That was exactly what I wanted, so I added a tiny bit of Too Faced Melted Latex Liquified High Shine Lipstick in Unicorn Tears. I finished off the look with a couple coats of L’Oréal Voluminous Million Lashes Mascara.
What do you think? Any thing you’d like to see soon? Let me know!
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