So today im going to do a plum, smokey daytime look, inspired by this elf baked eyeshadow i found in my eyeshadow drawer the other day. Its a really rich plum colour, however it always seems to blend into the most gorgeous smokey eye.
ps. Since last time i bleached streaks of my hair and put a pink dye in them (though it went red).
So lets get started!
1) Apply your base makeup (foundation, concealer, powder -> all that jazz) and define and fill in your eyebrows. I’ve recently been using 2 different colour eyebrow pencils to create more angular brows.
2) As the UK is actually getting hot weather (what is this sorcery?), I always make sure i double prime my eyes. By this I mean, using an eyeshadow primer, and then using a cream base on top so my eyeshadows really stick to my eyes and dont crease.
10) Next I contour with a matte bronzer and shimmery highlighter. I apply the darker powder across my forehead, at my temples, under my cheekbones, down the sides of me nose and heavily under my chin (we gotta hide those triple chins).
I next apply a light pink blush to the apples of my cheek and blend it backwards. I do this so the cotour and blush blend together.
11) Then I applied a dark pink lipliner just outside of my natural lip line. I then fill the rest of lip in with a light pink lipstick. Using my finger i blend these together so it looks more like a gradient.
.Estee Lauder double wear foundation- Bone
.MUA corrector- peach
.Collection lasting perfection concealer- cool medium
.Rimmel stay matte pressed powder- warm beige
.Collection pressed powder- fair
.Sleek contour kit- light
.Mac powder blush- well dressed
.Rimmel eyebrow pencil- Hazel
.Rimmel eyebrow pencil- Dark Brown
.Too faced shadow insurance- candlelight
.Mac pro longwear paintpot- painterly
.Too faced naural eye palette
.Elf baked shadow- Burnt plum
.Mac eyeshadow- Beauty marked
.Avon supershock gel eyeliner- black
.Loreal telescopic mascara- black
.Revlon clear eyelash glue
.Red cherry eyelashes- 47
.Mac lipliner- soar
.Mac lipstick- cremecup
Thanks for reading, I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!