This is the look I came up with using the two palettes. I was in a bit of a nautical mood and chose to use the silvery toned shadows in the palettes and then added a navy blue into the outer V and under the eye. I like that this navy blue is blue enough not to look black, so I felt it kept the look light enough for day, yet was still dramatic. I took the drama a little farther by extending the shadow outwards in a slight sharper angle, rather than a rounded one at the edges of the eye. I chose to use a navy blue gel eyeliner and did a flick on the outer corner. It is something I have not perfected yet, but I'm working at it! I kept the cheeks light using my Revlon Blushing Berry blush, and finished it off with a bright red lip, which is actually Revlon Lip Butter in Candy Apple. Are you as surprised as I am at how bright this lip butter is!? I have worn it only once before, but I am amazed at how pigmented it is for this type of product. I love it!
|This is the makeup look I wore in my fashion haul post/video here, as well as the|
beauty haul video below!
Thank you so much for your sweet support & your comments! I <3 each and every one and hold you dear to my heart!
Here is the beauty haul video if you are interested in some of my beauty purchases from the past few weeks!
Items used in this post/video were purchased by myself.
Items used in makeup look:
Loreal TruMatch Foundation
Mac MSF Natural light/medium
Mac Studio Finish concealer NW20
Revlon Blushing Berry blush
Physicians formula Bronze Booster in light/medium
Revlon Lip Butter in Cherry Tart
Too Faced Lash Gasm (no falsies this time)
Shady Lady by the Balm Palette 2 & 3. Please see picture below for exact placement: