• Lillee Jean

Shimmering Tropical Peacock Smokey Eye Makeup Tutorial

Time to Complete This Tutorial: 30 Minutes

Notes: Lightweight, Shimmery, Long Lasting, Glowy Finish, Minimal Fall Out

*Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base

*L’Oreal Paris True Match Lumi Cushion Foundation, W2 Light Ivory

*Stila Watercolor Blush, Poppy

*Givenchy Poudre Bonne Mine Healthy Glow Powder, 4

*RMS Beauty Living Luminizer

*Gerard Cosmetics Star Powder, Grace

*Milani Cosmetics Lipstick, Naturally Chic

*Nars Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder

*Urban Decay All Nighter Spray

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*Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, Auburn

*Mac Pro Longwear Paint Pot, Bare Study

*Sugarpill Cosmetics Eyeshadow, Subterranean

*Morphe Brushes Eyeshadow Pan(s): Caramelized (crease); Red Head (inner v)

*Mac Cosmetics Eyeshadow, Amber Lights (lower lash line)

*Inglot Cosmetics AMC Pure Pigment, #42 (inner corners, inner third of lid)

*MAC Creme Eyeliner

*Too Faced Better Than Sex

*Huda Beauty Classic False Eyelashes, Scarlett

Eyes are the windows to the souls so they say. Partially correct, however ya’ forgot “brows” in there too missies! Eyebrows not only frame one’s face, they help accentuate the present eye makeup in a way like no otha’ product can, or piece of hair can if you’d like to get technical. I personally despise all these Instagram trends, they simply form clones rather embrace unique styles such as brow arches and definition! As you can tell, no feathering nor fading is done, just a bold effect that defines my features (Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer, Auburn). The same principal goes forth in my primer application (Mac Pro Longwear Pain Pot in Bare Study) apparently, “Instagram Baddies” apply primer a certain way, completely unheard of, but anyhow my main message here is BROWS AND PRIMER ARE TEDIOUS STEPS, DO WHAT MAKES YOU STAND OUT AND MAKES YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE, NOT WHAT MAKES YOU APPEAR LIKE THE LAST ONE! Okay, enough of my ranting, you loves get the picture. After throughly glamming up my eyebrows and priming my eyelids I began the shadow process with Sugarpill’s Subterranean, a beautiful peacock green with blue shifts! Using a standard fluffy eyeshadow brush I heavily smudged into the eyeshadow and proceeded to softly blending it across both my eyelids with side to side sweeps. Stressing pigment at this point is foolish as this color in specific will become a foiled pigment! Anyhow, as far as the crease goes I used Caramelized eyeshadow by Morphe Brushes, and using a Morphe E22 Pointed Blender firmly blended it into the creasing of my natural eye socket with tiny circular motions, this acts as a transitional shade. To bring a sense of vibrancy and different color notes to my eyes I switched brushes to a more defining M433 Morphe Brush and smudged Red Head eyeshadow right into the inner V of my eye starting from the outer third of my lids moving inwards towards the eye socket, if needed go back to your fluffy blender to meld colors together! With that same M433 I dusted Amber Lights eyeshadow by Mac Cosmetics under my lower lash line, then switched brushes once more to a Mac 224 flat shader eyeshadow brush. Dipping into Inglot Cosmetics AMC Pure Pigment in #42, I softly blended it onto the inner corners of my eyes as well as slightly on the inner third of both my lids. This gold beauty shifts green, imagine that ontop of a teal/blue shift shadow! Absolutely stunning. Since I had my Mac brush handy, I dipped it into a CLEAN bottle of water, non contaminated, then patted into Subterranean once more to only smudge the wet foiled effected shadow onto my lids!

Lillee Jean Trueman



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