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Lillee Jean Glittery Lime Green and Teal Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial 2016

Lillee Jean Glittery Lime Green and Teal Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial 2016

Lillee Jean Glittery Lime Green and Teal Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial 2016

Why do I wear makeup? Well for starters the process is VERY therapeutic for me…I tend to be a hothead hehe. It also allows me to express how I feel fully through makeup application on my skin- from vibrant red lips to rustic hues, it’s all me and represents who I AM! I am not advocating I am less of a person without makeup, I am simply stating it gives me SO much joy, this is my passion. Yes, makeup DOES come with the hate (funny they’re only online haters haha), but honestly speaking I could care less because there is something BEYOND TWISTED with one who judges art work- and yes makeup is ART, the face being a canvas. Aside from that mini-rant, prior to actually putting the makeup on I made sure to cleanse my skin thoroughly using Perfectly Posh’s Pore-fect big face bar cleanser, this PH-balanced scrub ensures a baby butt smooth finish! I set my bare skin with ONE beaker full of Fresh’s Seaberry Oil, the oil was disbursed all over my face starting from the center (nose) out towards my hairline. After give or take 4 minutes (allow your moisturizer or facial oil to sink into your pores) I then moved along to applying my Bobbi Brown Enriched Face Base Primer using CLEANED hands, mimicking the same blending method for my facial oil I lightly eased this glowy product in! By this point I actually put the face makeup on hold and proceeded to working on dolling up my eyes, for the sake of order pretend as if the eye makeup was completed ;). With exactly a half a pump of the Tarte Water Foundation on the back of my hand, I picked up my Marc Jacobs Face II Sculpting brush and went to blending heaven! I personally prefer dashing little strokes of the product onto all zones of my face prior to blending as this helps me gauge the amount being applied to my face, don’t fear working in layers.

What do you beauties think of the new series title by the way, “RESTART THE SPECTRUM”? I tried opting in for something that would encompass the full concept at hand without being too long, haven’t done a series in a few months. Anyhow, onto the cream contouring portion we go!! Rather my typical heavy cream contouring ways, I shed back on the layers and went for a light and airy contour, in other words I used less product. First off, using Cover Fx’s Cream Foundation in N0 I gently yet firmly applied the pale ivory to my under eye area in inverted triangles, from my forehead to the tip of my nose with multiple thin lines, and on my jawlines to chin with quick dashes using my Sephora Concealer Brush! As far as contouring goes, I took N100 by Cover Fx and swiftly dashed it across the hollows of my cheeks, sides of my nose, and very slimly on my jawline. If you desire more coverage a quick trick is to let the creams set for a few minutes THEN blend em’ out, creams up the consistency to a thicker paste! Speaking of blending, I used my Elf Ultimate Blending Brush and went in mainly with stippling motions to thoroughly blend the products in. Due to the lack of creams for today’s look it yielded a shorter drying time, so rather waiting I just jumped into the powder application! Bronzers are typically viewed as skin warmers and are only applied to the outer three of one’s face and optionally the nose– what if the bronzer was applied like a contour? Under one’s chin following the faces perimeter and directly in the hollows– this is my secret to why my contour always looks flawless ;). Using my Mac 168 I took Bobbi Brown’s MATTE Bronzing Powder in Golden Light and did just that. I blended the powder from the temples of my face down to the HOLLOWS of my cheeks and around to my jaw line, excess was taken under my chin and gently on the sides of my nose! The reason why I emphasize MATTE is because shimmers widen features, mattes contour. Since contour is now in the picture frame, to set things fully I dusted the deep bronze shade found in the Marc Jacobs Filtering Powder Pallet (mirage filter) on the hollows of my cheeks, sides of my nose, and under my chin up to my jaw line with that same Mac 168! I then flipped back to my Elf Ultimate Blending Brush and stippled LA Girl’s Velvet Blush Contour Stick in Dreamy from the apples of my cheeks up to my hairline, this gives a pretty pink flush without being too overpowering.

Lillee Jean Glittery Lime Green and Teal Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial 2016

A very light golden glow is Lillee approved for today! To achieve this I took a pea-sized amount of Nars’s Liquid Illuminator in Copacabana onto the back of my hand and with a cleaned ring finger gently tapped it onto the bridge of my nose, tops of my cheekbones, and on my cupids bow. I then set the liquid using Becca’s Shimmering Skin Perfecter Pressed in Moonstone by using my Morphe M143 Deluxe Soft Fan brush, excess left on the bristles was dusted over my forehead and chin :). Though the lips might seem complicated they were super easy to complete! I first coated my lips twice using Lime Crime’s Velvetine in Trouble, then with my ring finger patted a mixture of Bh Cosmetic’s Lime Green Glitter and Violet Voss’s Teresa Glitter on the center quickly, the liquid lipstick has a sticky texture before drying SO I used it to my advantage. To set my skin I brushed Nars’s Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder onto ALL highlighting zones of my face, including my nose, and finished off with a light spritzing of Urban Decay’s All Nighter Spray to refreshen my makeup and ensure it’ll be long lasting!

Lillee Jean Eyes Lime Green and Teal Cut Crease Makeup Tutorial 2016

*Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, Caramel

*NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil, Milk

*Morphe 35U Multi-Color Shimmer Eyeshadow Pallet: Column 7, Row 3 (cut crease outline, lower lash line, outer and inner of waterline); Column 6, Row 3 (definition to cut crease); Column 5, Row 2 (blended above cut crease)

*Urban Decay Electric Pallet, Freak+Trash (center of waterline)

*Bh Cosmetics Lime Green Glitter

*Violet Voss Glitter, Teresa Glitter (soft teal)

*MAC Creme Eyeliner

*Too Faced Glitter Glue

*Too Faced Better Than Sex

*KoKo Lashes, Goddess

Gahh, I am beyond happy I got such a good angle for the eye makeup, you can REALLY see how amazing the two glitters meld together! Before playing around with the shadow, preparation steps are needed– BORING, I know. For an effortless brow style I gently defined and filled in my brows using my beloved Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in the shade Caramel, all you need is a few strokes and you’re set! Once I had the brows completed I smudged Nyx’s Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk across both lids straight from the stick and with a cleaned ring finger blended the product up towards my brow bone and around to my lower lash line, SAVE this product for later it’ll be used for the cut crease AND waterline base. Speaking of cut crease, unleash the shadows my friend, MWAHAHA! Using the flip side of the Urban Decay Electric Pallet Brush (tiny shader) I went into a deep forest green provided in the Morphe 35U Multi-Color Shimmer Pallet and began outlining my crease (C7.R3). I prefer starting a few inches above my natural eye socket creasing as this yields the most natural cut, I then pulled from where the side of my nose begins upwards with tiny strokes and flicked out towards the tail end of my eye brow, try to keep your cut crease parabola shaped NOT like a thin line! Switching to a deeper green, C6.R3, I then gently re-defined the cut crease with tiny strokes, you’ll start seeing a gradience occurring. To set the creasing I switched to the fluffier side of my UD brush and dusted C5.R3 above the cut crease line with side to side blending motions following the outlined shape at hand, if you must, run-through everything with a fluffy blending brush to ensure all shades are vibrant YET evenly disbursed!


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