Sunday, March 29, 2015

Pop of Green Makeup Tutorial

Hi guys!
I am so obsessed with green and I'm pretty sure that most of you know that! I did a look very similar to this a while ago using Freak eyeliner from Urban Decay, but I thought that I'd do it again because it's super easy and super gorgeous!



So first of, let me say that I'm super happy with how the pictures turned out because 99% of the time when I do a look like this, I can't get pictures that reflect the colors accurately! 


Face:

I used MAC Pro Longwear Concealer on all of my blemishes and under my eyes, then I went over it with Bare Minerals Powder Foundation. To highlight and contour, I used my Anastasia Contour Kit and I used a touch of Benefit Coralista on my cheeks!



Eyes:

I primed my eyes with my ELF Eye Primer. Then I took the shimmery copper shade from the Covergirl Daring Nudes Palette all over my lid (this was the only color on the lid!) I went over the upper lashline with my Liquid Eyeliner. Then I took Urban Decay Freak Eye Pencil around the inner corners and lower lashline. I took the white shade from the same Covergirl Palette and set the liner around the inner corner to brighten it up and give it a slightly different tone (more iridescent)! For mascara, I used Makeup Forever Smokey Extravagant. 

Lips: 

For most of the day, I left my lips bare, but for the pictures, I topped it with my One Direction Kiss You Lipgloss! I'd stick pretty neutral with the lips if you're going to use a lipstick, though! 

Let me know how you like to play with pops of color in your makeup look because I usually stick to a bright color along the inner corner or lower lashline! 



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1 comment:

  1. Love the look honey! And The Benefit Coralista is my new fave blush these days! It's such a pretty shade to use for spring and summer!!!!

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