Hey doll hey. I hope all is well with you. I’m doing a bit better than I was yesterday. Today I am using a full face of Shop Miss A makeup. Shop Miss A is an online sort of dollar store that sells a variety of things including makeup. I had seen a couple of YouTube videos where beauty gurus did a full face of Shop Miss A makeup and they were raving about it so I thought I would try them out for myself. Now, I purchased 2 eyeshadow palettes and 2 foundations to try so I will be doing a Shop Miss A Revisited post tomorrow with the other palette and the other foundation. I also wont be doing a Final Thoughts on this post because I will be doing a full on review of the products in today’s Face of the Day.
Well let me stop rambling and get to the look …..
Base: I primed my face using the AOA Studio Wonder Skin Illuminating Primer ($1 on the Shop Miss A website). I then used a small amount of ELF Poreless Putty Primer ($8 on their website). For foundation I am using the AOA Studio Drop Liquid Foundation ($1.88 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Pure Beige. I color corrected using the Tarte CC Undereye Corrector ($25 at Ulta) in the color Light-Medium and then I used the AOA Studio Paw Paw Liquid Concealer ($1.55 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Buff. I set my under eyes using RCMA No Color Powder ($15 on the Beautylish website). I set the rest of my face using the AOA Studio Perfect Finishing Pressed Powder ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Nude. To warm up my face I used Malibu Glitz Face Powder ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Honey. I used more RCMA No Color Powder to bake my jaw line the center of my forehead and down the bridge of my nose.
Eyes: For my eyes today I used the A20 25 Color Eyeshadow Palette ($10 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color way XOXO. I started by priming my lids with Tarte Shape Tape ($27 at Ulta) in the color Light-Medium Honey and then set the Shape Tape with Wet n Wild Color Icon Single Shadow ($.99 at Walgreens) in the color Burlee. I then switched to the XOXO palette and for my transition shade I chose the 4th shade of the 2nd row (a bright coral matte). I then took the 5th shade of the 2nd row (a mid-toned terra cotta matte) and used it deepen my crease and outer 1/2 of my mobile lid. I also took that same shade and smoked out the lower lash line. On the middle 1/3 of my mobile lid I used the 5th shade of the 1st row (a copper shimmer) and than on the inner 1/3 I used the 1st shade of the 1st row (a taupey rose gold shimmer). I used the 2nd shade of the 3rd row (a cream champagne shimmer) as my inner corner highlights. I used the AOA Studio Sculpting Brow Pencil ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Dark Brown and then set the brows AOA Studios Go Brow Fiber Gel ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Dark Brown. I carved out the brow line using the BH Studio Pro Brow Highlighter ($5 on their website) on the matte side and then set the brow line using Wet n Wild Color Icon Single Shadow ($.99 at Walgreens) in the color Sugar. I lined my waterlines using the AOA Studio XL Shadow Stick ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Matte Yogurt (a cream nude). I used the AOA Studio Fat Lash Primer ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) and then followed it up with the AOA Studio Fat Lash Mascara ($1 on the Shop Miss A website).
Cheeks and Lips: My blush today is the AOA Studio Perfect Powder Blush ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Wispy (a mid-toned coral matte). To highlight the tops of my cheek bones, center of the forehead, bridge of the nose, and Cupid’s Bow I used the AOA Studio Dewy Duo-Chrome Highlighter ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Silk (a golden champagne with a pink reflect).I lined and filled in my lips using the Loreal Infallible 6-HR Never Fail Lip Liner ($8.99 at Ulta) in the color Coral and then I topped my lips using the AOA Studio So Smooth Lipstick from the Bora Bora collection ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) in the color Bliss (a coral nude).
Well that’s all for now dolls… see ya in my full face review coming up next. Remember save a spoon for a bit of makeup.
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