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Lillee Jean 2015 Makeup Glam Bronze Smokey Eye for Fall

Lillee Jean 2015 Makeup Glam Bronze Smokey Eye for Fall
Lillee Jean 2015 Makeup Glam Bronze Smokey Eye for Fall

Hey guys :)! this is the first look I am welcoming into the month of November. As I said in the previous blog post, I will be using LOTS of warm tones. Specifically in this look I was aiming for a dramatic “walk in the park” sort of look. It can easily be toned up or down with he change of a lip color, or the use of different lashes.

I wanted to form a look that seems like A LOT of work but in reality is thanks to lots of smudging and blending!

Before you do this look make sure to cleanse the face of any impurities! I happened to do a mask before so I skipped the cleansing part! I used Fresh Rose Mask and allowed it to soak in my skin for five minutes. After I saw the mask matted down, I washed it off with luke-warm water and proceeded to the next step. The next step being, moisturizing! I used my usual Fresh Seaberry Oil and allowed it to dry for a few minutes.

*Hourglass N28 Primer

*Too Faced Born This Way foundation, Porcelain

*Marc Jacobs Re(MARC)able Concealer, 1 Awake

*Bobbi Brown Skin Weightless Powder Foundation, 1 Warm Ivory

*Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Contour Kit, Light

*Bobbi Brown Bronzer in Golden Light

*Marc Jacobs #instamarc Filtering Powder, Mirage Filter

*NYX Cream Blush, Glow

*Elf Facial Whip, Spotlight

*Hourglass Ambient Power pallet

*MUFE HD Setting Powder

*UD Setting Spray

To ensure my skin has more moisture for a dewy effect, I went ahead and patted on my Hourglass N28 primer. This can VERY easily look oily make sure to use half a pump and apply to the forehead, nose outwards toward the ears, and chin. Allow to dry for a minute, during this minute you should apply a pump of the Too Faced Born This Way to the back of your hand.

I decided to use my Marc Jacobs Face II Sculpting brush for nice and even coverage!

I began by stippling the product on my chin up towards the sides of my jaw. Then, I grabbed some more product and applied it from the sides of my nose outwards toward my ears. This creates a more natural affect. If more coverage is needed simply stipple (pat the brush up and down) in the foundation. Any excess product was used on my forehead and on my nose directly!

If you need extra coverage, like myself, I’d suggest using a powder foundation and creamy concealer!

In specific, Marc Jacobs Re(marc)able concealer and Bobbi Browns’ Skin Weightless.

I applied the concealer in numerous places such as under my eyes in downward triangles ( / / ) and over any blemishes! This has a SUPER creamy yet thick formula that also looks dewy so if you happen to have dry skin fear not, Marc saves the day! To blend the product in I used my fingers, using mostly patting motions. After doing so I took a Beauty Blender and patted the powder foundation over the concealer to provide more coverage.

Now onto the powder contouring!

Using my Sephora #74 brush I contoured the SAME areas done in the cream section, with the dark brown powder. This will deepen the shadows and provide a balance to the bronzer. After doing so I switched to another #74 and patted on the light yellow to any areas I highlighted.

I have been using my Cream blushes by Nyx a lot lately, which is making me regret not using them! I stippled on the color Glow with the Ultimate Blending Brush right on the tops of my cheekbones. These have high pigment but are easily buildable, so start with a little product and work your way up until you have the desired affect.

I have been hooked Elfs shimmering facial whip! These little gems definitely pack a punch for $1.00! I squeezed a little out onto the palm of my hand and warmed up the product. Then using my ring finger I dabbed it on my cheekbones, down the bridge of my nose, slightly on my forehead, and on the cupids bow! To add a more glowing effect I brushed Incandescent light down the bridge of my nose and in my tear ducts with a Elf Concealer brush (talk about multi-purpose).

To finish up the face I dusted Makeup Forevers HD Setting Powder under my eyes, on my forehead and on my chin with Sephora’s Teardrop Highlighter Brush! Then I spritz on some UD All Nighter 🙂

Lillee Jean 2015 Makeup Glam Bronze Smokey Eye for Fall
Lillee Jean 2015 Makeup Glam Bronze Smokey Eye for Fall


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