Anti-Valentines Day look

The theme of this look was instrspired by Nikkie Tutorials ( I always love a dark eye look with some color.


•Eyeshadow- Using the Loreal Nude 1 Palette put the 3rd and 5th shade into the crease as the transition colors, then also in the crease add from the Morphe, 35B palette the orange in the 3rd row, second color in. Then all over the lid first put the red shade from the same Morphe palette, in the 4th row 3rd color that color will also be going on the lower lash line. On top of that red I put the red I got from Laurens Lids. (Check out my post about Lauren Lid eyeshadows) Next I took a black shadow, “Daze” from my Frankie Rose Cosmetics, Millennium palette and put that on the outer corner and a little bit of the outer crease and make sure you really blend. Black is one of the color you really got to sit there and blend and make sure it doesn’t look too harsh. Then when I’m done with all of the blending I took a q-tip and cleaned up the eyeshadow to make a clean line.

•Eye primer- Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion, original

•Eyeliner- Wet n Wild, Megalast *Blackest Black* On the water line then Loreal Pairis, Liquid liner *Black* on the lash line. (Feel free to add a wing)

•Mascara- Maybelline, Great Lash in “Blackest Black”

•Lip- Absolute New York, Velvet Lippie “Vampette”

•Primer- e.l.f, Tone Adjusting primer

•Foundation- L’Oréal, True Match Lumi in “Soft Ivory”

•Concealer-Revlon, Photo Ready in “001 Fair”

•Powder- Essence, All about Matt!

•Bronzer and Blush- Maybelline, Master contour in ”Light to Medium”

•Highlight- Color Pop, Pearlized high light in “Stole the Show”



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