Lillee Jean Fourth of July Glittery Red White & Blue Makeup Tutorial 2016
Happy Saturday cuties :)! While most see Fourth of July weekend as a method of relaxation, to really kick back and enjoy family, in Lillee language it translates to one taking extra time beautifying and one having substantial patience for errors to come, no if's and's or but's! All jokes aside, I truly hope all of you can rock out and realize the true meaning of freedom, it is NOT just a word...nor song for that matter. As many of you know, the American flag is made up of quiet overpowering shades such as blue and red, both of which can topple over each other! To prevent this mishap from occurring PLEASE follow my lead closely, there is a certain meticulous application method that'll form a beautiful gradience of hues rather a lump sum of color. I personally went for a turquoise glitter, rose glitter, and silver glitter, all of which are not quite primaries, but moldable and easy to manipulate! Now, I do realize vibrant colors especially primaries can be very difficult to work with blending wise, as long as you choose toned down crease shades, or blend them out to washed out hues, and apply intensive glitter pigments, all shall go fine, trust me! Speaking of blending, you should have a few blending brushes handy as well as a paper towel and or dampened beauty blender/fan brush for enviable glitter fallout. Anyhow, let's get into it!!
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