Hey guys! I’ve been feeling the need for some warm colors lately, and this is the look I created when playing around.
I started by waking my under eye area up with The Ordinary Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG. I ran some Smack Beauty Bat Those Lashes Volumizing Lash Serum along my upper lash line. I prepped my face with The Ordinary High-Spreadability Fluid Primer and my lips with Lip Smart Hydrating Solution.
I mixed some Farsali Unicorn Essence Skin Enhancing Antioxidant Serum with my NYX Professional Makeup Total Control Drop Foundation in Natural, since I didn’t really want a lot of coverage, but just a bit of something to even out my skin tone. I used a dampened Beauty Blender to pat it into my skin.
To correct my under eye circles, I applied a little LA Girl Cosmetics Pro Conceal HD Concealer in Light Yellow Corrector. I used another dampened Beauty Blender to blend that in.
For some definition, I grabbed a NYX Professional Makeup Sculpt and Highlight Face Duo in Taupe/Ivory. I used the darker end to contour and the lighter end to highlight. I then blended again, with a dampened Beauty Blender. I did something a little different for my nose, though. I used a NYX Professional Makeup Micro-Contour Duo Pencil in Light and used my finger to blend it.
For a little color, I dabbed some Peripera Cushion Blusher in Pleased Pink on the apples of my cheeks. I also added some glow to my cheekbones and to the bridge of my nose with Temptu S/B Highlighter in Champagne Shimmer.
To set everything, I used a Morphe G5 Brush to sweep some RCMA No-Color Powder all over. To deepen the definition and darken up the contour, I used a Morphe R41 Brush and a Morphe R9 Brush to apply some Palladio Matte Bronzer in Teeny Bikini.
To set the highlighted areas, I used a Vera Mona Cake and Bake Makeup Sponge to dab on some Ben Nye Luxury Powder in Buff. After a few minutes, I dusted off the excess powder with a Morphe M500 Brush.
Now to add more flush of color to my cheeks. I used a Sigma F40 to sweep on some Maybelline Pure Blush in Pure Raisin. I blended that a bit with a Morphe E56 Brush.
We all want to glow! So for even more, I used a Morphe M310 Brush to sweep some Artist Couture Diamond Glow Powder in Gold Digger along my cheekbones and down the bridge of my nose.
For my brows today, I used a Sigma E75 brush and some NYX Professional Makeup Eyebrow Cake Powder in Dark Brown to film them in and shape them. I sealed that with some Model in a Bottle Long Lasting Eyebrow Sealer, and cleaned up the edges using a Morphe M508 Brush and some Dermablend Professional Cover Creme in Natural Beige.
Next I grabbed my Morphe 35R Eyeshadow Palette. For a transition shade, I used a Sigma E40 Brush to dust on some of the color in the third column, second row.
I then used a Morphe E22 Brush to work some of the first column, third row color into my crease and along my lower lash line.
Then, I used a Morphe R39 Brush to deepen the crease some more with the color in the third column, fourth row.
Along my lower lash line again, I ran some of the color from the second column, fourth row using a Sigma E30 Brush.
I used an e.l.f. Cosmetics Professional Eyeshadow Brush to apply some of the color from the seventh column, third row to my inner and outer eyelids.
Using a Morphe E32 Brush, I patted some Beauty by Piret Eyesilk in Sunset onto the center of my eyelids. Right over that, I used Morphe E14 Brush to add some NYX Professional Makeup Pigment in Brighten Up.
I added a bit of a wing with a Glamazon Flawless Gel Liner Pen and a couple coats of Velvet 59 My Fair Lashes Mascara.
For my lips today, I used Nudestix Magnetic Matte Lip Color in Vino.
To finish off the look I through on some Kara Eyelashes in 747L with a little Duo Brush on Adhesive with Vitamins.
And that’s all for today! Any looks you guys would like to see for Halloween or fall? Let me know!
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