Lillee Jean Dramatic Deep Navy & Glittery Pink Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial 2016
Creating the same sort of makeup looks can become quite boring, vibrant or not. Instead of another color theme, such as what I’ve been doing with all green, all blue, ect. tutorials, today I have in store a dramatic deep navy smokey eye with pops of glittery lilac, purple, pink, and sapphire blue! Not only does a look of this nature stand out during the night hours, if worn correctly and modeled elegantly it could pass for a wedding look, for those daring enough, that is. Between you and I, it’s been a few days coming for me to use the Bare Mineral Gen Nude Liquid Lipstick in Smooch, a mini review will be weaved in to the following paragraphs below! Enjoy as always, and thank you for reading, kisses XOXO.
Time to Complete This Tutorial: 13 Minutes Face Makeup; 14 Minutes Eye Makeup; 27 Total
Notes: Unique Glowy Skin, Classic Smokey Eye, Glittery, Long-Lasting, Melt Proof, Dramatic
The only thing I ask of you beauties before applying any makeup, primer included, is to splash water against your skin of different temperatures for AT LEAST 2 minutes! This method opens the pores up, de-clogges em’, and makes one’s skin look extremely refreshed and supple enough too skip any rigorous skin care methods. Speaking of primer, for today I wanted a quick and easy face routine, so I created a combination of my Marc Jacobs Coconut Face Primer (1 pump), with 1 beaker full of Tarte’s Water Foundation SPF 15 in my shade Fair Light Neutral, and positioned both products on the center of my Morphe M439 Deluxe Buffer Bristles. As you blend the product out, you shall see a prior blending together is unnecessary because once the bristles brush against your skin, the two products already are being mixed! I personally prefer using wide circular motions in clock wise mannerisms fixed with tiny stipples for areas needing extra coverage, and extra care ;). Keep in mind dewy foundations tend to NEVER set and always remain shiftable, if you desire a matte finish by this point I’d suggest powdering your face, OR continue to the next step and allow the blusher to mattify down some areas! As far as a natural yet visible flush goes, I opted in for Candy Glow by Too Faced, and dusted the shimmering baked powder blush across my cheeks beginning from the apples swirling up towards my hairline using a Sephora Collection #74 Pro Small Blush and Contour Brush!
Oddly, I have never used Aura by Urban Decay in quantity, in terms of layers on the skin, so I was rather shocked on the pink shift yielded after application! Prior to applying Aura however, I smudged Bubbly Enhance Click Illuminator by Cover Fix across all high points of my face (cheekbones, bridge of nose, center of chin and forehead), blended the product in using a Beauty Blender Pro, then went ahead and PATTED Aura Shimmering Powder by Urban Decay onto my cheekbones and down the bridge of my nose using the slimmer side of the BBP– I prefer a highly pigmented finish with visible shimmer, thus why I PATTED, rather blended. In all honesty, I was expecting the Bare Minerals Gen Nude Matte Liquid Lipcolor to be matte…not silky and movable on the lips. It’s a cross between Nyx’s Soft Matte Lip Cream and Revlon’s Ultra HD Matte Lip Color, both products have movable textures but maintain a decent staying power! Anyhow, I applied Smooch onto my lips with TWO COATINGS, then set my skin by patting the Bobbi Brown Skin Weightless Powder Foundation in 1 Warm Ivory under all highlighting zones of my face (mainly under my eyes, and on the sides of my nose), and spraying on a decent amount of Mac’s Fix+ to ensure my skin would remain in place until I removed it later in the day.
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