MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NC44 Trish McEvoy Correct & Brighten Pen (under eyes) MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Dark Sephora + Pantone Universe Eyeshadow Palette Maybelline The Falsies Mascara MAC Honey Love Matte Lipstick
Here’s a list of the products I use to achieve this look!
Trish McEvoy Correct and Brighten Pen (around and under eyes) NARS Tinted Moisturizer in Cuba Urban Decay Primer Potion Make Up For Ever Full Cover Concealer #12 (right under brows only) Urban Decay Naked2 Palette (colors: half baked, chopper & tease) MAC Studio Fix Powder NC50 MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural Dark (contour cheeks) Girlactik Star Blush in Florence NYX Super Skinny Marker (for cat eyes) Too Faced Beauty Balm in Chocolate Bunny (lips)
Often times when applying eyeshadow, little crushed specks of color fall onto our cheeks and nose. This is especially annoying if the eyeshadow is black or a well pigmented color that can potentially smudge onto your beautifully foundation-finished face.
The solution to this is easy, however. Simply grab any clean fluffy brush, I’d suggest a blush brush, and sweep the little specks right off your face with a feather-like stroke. VOILA! It’s like nothing ever happened! ;)
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