Glamorous Earthy Green Glittery Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial
Ahh Labor Day weekend, one of the busiest holidays of the season, primarily because more people are outdoors rather inside, thus sneaking a few texts and Instagram likes in are out of the question! In leu of this, I must admit, I took it as an advantage point for a few days resting as what many of you are unaware of, I have a bit of a cold that’s been brewing for a week now. Fortunately symptoms are fading, so your top love bunnie Lilz shall be in full gear this week to come! For today however I put together an eye catching earthy green smokey eye with hints of vibrancy and notes of seductiveness. Whenever you’re working with smokey eyes, ALWAYS keep in mind blending is your best friend, and ironically so is packing up the pigment! Especially if you’re a beginner and would love enduring this tutorial, take your time and work with layers, it’ll serve you well! In advance I would like to tell you cuties many products exhibited were Too Faced based, or Urban Decay– these two brands contain many dupes cheaper brands produce, so if I happen to know of one it shall be listed below coherently with the following paragraphs.
Time to Complete This Tutorial: 24 Minutes
Notes: Earthy, Sultry, Glamorous, Glowing Finish, Long Lasting, Hydrating, Melt Proof
*Too Faced Born This Way foundation, Porcelain
Morphe M439 Deluxe Buffer; 1 1/2 Pumps of Primer
*Too Faced Le Grand Palais: Skyline, Flush
*Urban Decay Vice Lipstick, Uptight
Whenever you’re running low on your foundation, try creating a higher concentration of primer potion to the formula at hand this way it’ll create a workable yet sheer coveraged texture easy to build up! I myself had this issue early in the morning and compensated by taking exactly one and a half pumps of primer, Marc Jacobs Under Cover Perfecting Coconut Face Primer, and as much of the Too Faced Born This Way Foundation as I could salvage on the back of my hand, as an estimate 3/4’s of a quarter sized amount plopped out. There is no need for mixing the two substances together because as you pick up product the bristles of your brush, or pores of your sponge, will gradually move things together! Speaking of bristles and blending, once I had my desired ratio set, I picked up Morphe M439 Delxue Buffer and began softly swirling the mixture across all zones of my face beginning from areas needing the most coverage such as my forehead and sheering out towards the sides of my nose with slight stipples. I personally prefer dewy foundation that never dries down, so as you mighta’ guessed I moved straight along too the blushing process after I achieved well off coverage!
Morphe G11 Brush
*Urban Decay Urban Spectrum Eyeshadow Pallet: Protest (lid); Junkie (lower lash line)
*Mac Cosmetics Eye Shadow (Pro Pallet Refill Pan): Sour Lemon (transitional shade), Bottle Green (crease, lower lash line)
*Glitter Injections Glitter, Mermaid Lips (tear ducts)
*Colourpop Creme Gel Liner, Teaspoon
*L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Feline Noir Waterproof Mascara
*KoKo Lashes, Marilyn