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Lillee Jean 2016 Sparkly Red and Electric Pink Birthday Makeup Tutorial


Lillee Jean 2016 Sparkly Red and Electric Pink Birthday Makeup Tutorial

Lillee Jean 2016 Sparkly Red and Electric Pink Birthday Makeup Tutorial

Lillee Jean 2016 Sparkly Red and Electric Pink Birthday Makeup Tutorial

Lillee Jean 2016 Sparkly Red and Electric Pink Birthday Makeup Tutorial

*Natasha Denona Face Glow Hydrating Primer

*Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation, 1N1 Ivory Nude

*Cover Fx Cream Foundation, N100+N0

*Makeup Forever Pro Sculpting Duo, Pink Beige 

*KVD Shade+Light Pallet- Sombre, Lyric

*Stila Watercolor Blush, Water Lily

*Nars Liquid Illuminator, Copacabana 

*Makeup Forever Matte Setting Powder, #12

*Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray 

*ABH Liquid Lipstick(s): Spicy + Dose Of Colors, Coral Crush


                      Between you me and the four walls I did nada when it came to cleansing my skin, bad Lillee, I know, however, I had relatively good conditions so I figured the method I used would be less harmful then harsh cleansers!  


             With my Sephora #20 brush I took the light neutral shade under my eyes (accenting the sides of my nose) in inverted triangles, on the bridge of my nose in one straight line, on my forehead in a sprouting shape, and from my left jaw line to right jaw line!  I then went into N100 and bronzed up the hollows of my cheeks, my jaw line, sides of my nose, under lip area and crease with singular lines– for the “hollows” I did a thick line across the bridge of my cheekbone and a thin line in the actual hollowing for added depth.


           I have taken such a fondness to Stila’s Watercolor Blush in Water Lily, not only is it vibrant as could be it blends like a dream! To the left is a image of the blush in full bloom, though not an actual “application” photo I feel it shows off the color best.  To apply the shade I took my  Elf Ultimate Blending Brush and stippled the product on from the apples of my cheeks up to my hairline!  Then with a dollop of Nars’s Liquid Illuminator in Copacabana to the back of my hand I gently began disbursing it onto the high points of my face with a Tarte Swirl Powder Bronzer and Contour brush, the high points are the tops of ones cheekbones, the bridge of ones nose, ones cupids bow, brow bones, and center of ones forehead/chin.  To set the liquid I then went into the pink shimmer product from the MUFE duo and dusted it over any areas Copacabana originally touched!



*Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, Caramel

*Bobbi Brown Cream Eyeshadow in Bone

*Makeup Geek Eyeshadow(s): Mango TangoVanilla Bean

*Urban Decay Electric Pallet: Savage, Slowburn

*Lime Crime Venus Pallet, Muse

*Violet Voss Glitter, Rose

*Bh Cosmetics Glitter, Deep Red

*BH Cosmetics Foil Eyes 28 Eyeshadow Pallet: C.1, R2


*Too Faced Better Than Sex

*MAC Creme Eyeliner

*Too Faced Glitter Glue


*KoKo Lashes, Goddess



               Excuse my funny way of applying glitter but I’m tellin’ you it’s the BEST way, it helps too prevent fall out! First, with a tiny amount of the Too Faced Glitter Glue I patted it across the inner third of both my eyelids, this will just help the glitter stick much better as opposed to no glue usage.  I then picked up my dense  Mac 239 brush and firmly patted Rose glitter across the INNER THIRD of my lid, avoiding the outer edges! The outer edges are revered for Bh Cosmetics Deep Red, this just forms a dramatic smokey effect without the actual shadow, just glitter :). Since I had the 239 brush out I gently cleaned it off against a paper towel and smudged slowburn+savage under my lower lash line, the shades met at a light pink shade provided by the Bh Cosmetics Foiled Eyeshadow Pallet!  Switching to my Sephora #20 brush I then started to finish up the look with INTENSE eyeliner, I suggest using Mac’s Creme Liner simply because it charges through thick glitter like nobodies business.  The eyeliner was taken onto my upper lash line in one thick flick and on my water line, the waterline color was then smudged slightly for a darkening and dramatic effect!


               The last and final steps include applying your favorite mascara (try to stress smudging it on your lower lash line most, this will form a more smoked-out effect AND will look as if eyeliner was placed there already) and favorite falsies!


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