Hey doll hey! How’s your day/night going? Mine? Great! I have decent energy and low pain.
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Today’s makeup look is an avant garde fall look… I wanted to play around with the second cut crease stencil that I purchased from Crown Noir.
For this look I used the Juvia’s Place The Masquerade Mini 16 Pan Palette ($30 for 0.84 oz / 24 g of total product on their website making 0.053 oz / 1.5 g and $1.88 per shade) and the Beauty Bakerie DO IT FOR THE GRAHAM 12 Pan Eyeshadow Palette ($38 for 1.2 oz / 33.6 g of total product at Ulta making it 0.1 oz / 2.8 g and $3.17 per shade) and 2 Super Shock Shadows from ColourPop.
Today’s scent is…
Top Notes: Casablanca Lily and Bergamot.
Heart Notes: Ylang Ylang and Orange Blossom.
Base Notes: Ambergris, Tahitian Vanilla and Sandalwood.
Let’s take a look at the walkthrough of today’s Face of the Day….
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Eyes and Brows:
I set my brows using I set my brows using got2b glued styling spiking hair glue by Schwarzkopf ($14.91 for 3, 6 oz tubes on Amazon, it’s also sold at most drug and big box stores) and the Makeup Revolution Soap Styler Brow Brush ($6 on their website) . I brushed the gel through my brows and used the handle of my spoolie brush to flatten my brows out and once they dried I outlined and then filled in my whole brows using the LA Girl Shady Slim Brow Pencil ($5.99 for 0.003 oz / 0.085 g of product at Ulta) in the shade Blackest Brown and then feathered in a few brow hair strokes using the NYX Lift & Snatch Brow Tint Pen ($11 for 0.03 fl oz / 0.89 fl oz of product at Ulta) In the shade Espresso (the 7th deepest shade). I cut my brow line and primed my lids using the Beauty Creations Color Base Primer ($4 for 0.5 fl oz / 15 mL of product on their website) in the shade White Out (pure white). For today’s look I used the Juvia’s Place The Masquerade Mini 16 Pan Palette ($30 for $19.50 for 0.84 oz / 24 g of total product on their website making 0.053 oz / 1.5 g and $1.88 price per shade) and the Beauty Bakerie DO IT FOR THE GRAHAM 12 Pan Eyeshadow Palette ($38 for 1.2 oz / 33.6 g of total product at Ulta making it 0.1 oz / 2.8 g and $3.17 per shade) and 2 super shock shadows from ColourPop. I popped on a set of deep cut crease stencils and then I went in with the Tan – matte from the Beauty Bakerie palette from the start of the cut crease stencil up to the brow line. I then used the Light Brown – matte from the same palette in the crease of the stencil and then with a tiny detailer brush I used the shade Zulu (rusty brown – matte) from the Juvia’s palette running it along the stencil’s edge 1/2 way low down on the crease and then I went in with the shade Fulani (deep caramel brown – matte) from the same palette on a liner brush to add depth tight along the stencil’s edge. I removed the stencils and then went in with the shade Ada (spice brown – matte) from the same palette along the outer 1/3 of the mobile lid and winging it out in the same shape as the cut crease leaving blank space between the crease shades and the mobile lids in the center of the the actual crease. I then used the ColourPop Super Shock Shadow (you get 0.074 oz / 2.1 g of product however this shade is discontinued) in the shade Birthday Wish (champagne with a gold flip) over the entire blank space created by the cut crease stencil and the mobile lids. I then took the ColourPop Super Shock Shadow ($7 for 0.074 oz / 2.1 g of product on their website) in the shade Never Grow Old (plum bronze with copper and violet pin points) over the inner 2/3 of the mobile lids. For the lower lash line I kept it soft and simple using more of the Ada (spice brown – matte) from the Juvia’s palette. I highlighted the inner corners of the eyes using ColourPop Super Shock Highlighter ($9 for 0.15 oz / 4.2 g of product on their website) in the shade Happy Thoughts (shimmery warm champagne) and then lined my lower water lines using Handaiyan Waterproof Eye Liner ($16.99 for a set of 20 liners on Amazon) in the shade #16 . I popped on 4 crystals on the very outer part of the blank spaces using some lash glue.
I primed my face using LA Girl Pro Prep HD Color Correcting Face Primer ($6.99 for 1 fl oz / 30 mL of product at Ulta). I contoured using Fenty Beauty By Rihanna Cheeks Out Freestyle Cream Bronzer ($32 for 0.22 oz/ 6.23 g of product at Sephora) in the shade Amber (contour with cool undertones for fair skin tones). For foundation I chose L’Oréal Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation ($12.99 for 1 fl oz / 30 mL of product at Ulta) in the shade 202 Creamy Natural (the second lightest shade). I bronzed using Anastasia Beverly Hills Cream Bronzer ($35 for 1 oz / 28.35 g of product at Ulta) in the shade Hazelnut (tan to deep with warm undertones), color corrected the under eyes using BECCA Undereye Brightening Corrector (no longer available as company is closing) in the shade light peach. I highlighted the high points of the face using ColourPop Super Shock Highlighter ($9 for 0.15 oz / 4.2 g of product on their website) in the shade Happy Thoughts (shimmery warm champagne) and concealed my under eyes using Catrice True Skin High Coverage Concealer ($6 for 1.01 fl oz / 30 mL of product on their website) in the shade 002 Neutral Ivory.
Cheeks, Lips, Lashes and Touch Ups:
For cream blush I used ColourPop Super Shock Blush ($8 for 0.15 oz / 4.2 g of product on their website) in the shade Cheerio (deep cranberry). I set my under eyes using Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder ( $28 for 0.14 oz / 3.97 g of product at Ulta) and set the rest of my face with Catrice HD Baking & Setting Loose Powder ($12 for 0.81 oz / 23 g of product on their website) in the shade Transparent. I touched up my bronzer using Catrice Sun Lover Glow Bronzing Powder ($9 for 0.28 oz / 8 g of product on their website) in the shade 010 Sun Kissed , I did not need to touch up my blush and highlight today. I lined my lips with the ColourPop Lippie Pencil (discontinued) in the shade Flattered (deep plum) and topped my lips off with MAC Lipstick ($19 for 0.1 oz / 2.83 g of product at MAC) in the shade Captive (medium pinkish plum – satin). I gave my lashes 1 coat of Milani Dangerous Lengths 3D Mascara ($9.99 for 0.27 oz / 7.56 g of product at Ulta) and popped on a pair of ColourPop Falsies Faux Mink Lashes ($8 per style at Ulta and on the ColourPop website) in the style Bae. I set my face using Beauty Bakerie Spray Your Grace Setting Spray ($18 for 3.4 fl oz / 100 mL of product at Ulta). I did not need to touch up at all today.
This look was so fun to create. I am really loving the crease stencils and I’m really digging gems on my face lately.
The ColourPop Super Shock Shadow (this shade is discontinued) in the shade Birthday Wish (champagne with a gold flip) this formula is billed as a revolutionary crème-powder eyeshadow, famous for its unique bouncy texture, delivers bold colour & fine glitter in one swipe without creasing, fading or fallout.
I give this super shock shadow a solid O+++!!! This formula is so freaking good! I love how ethereal a shade like this looks just on the lids with no help of a primer or mixing medium. It’s creamy and melts into the eye lids so well, there’s no cracking, creasing or flacking. It’s just chef’s kiss.
The ColourPop Super Shock Shadow ($7 but on sale for $4.90 on their website)) in the shade Never Grow Up (plum bronze with copper and violet pinpoints) is part of a trio but can be purchased on it’s own and is billed as a revolutionary crème-powder eyeshadow, famous for its unique bouncy texture, delivers bold colour & fine glitter in one swipe without creasing, fading or fallout.
I give this Super Shock Shadow a solid O+++!!! Oh this color!! This shade works for all 4 seasons and gives a classy smokey look to the lids. that copper and violet pinpoint is stunning in the sun.
And just like that, this walkthrough is over….
I hope you enjoy the rest of your day/night 🌞🌜 and that you are great spirits and health 😄🩺
👄Remember, Save a spoon for a bit of lipstick👄