Christmas is just around the corner! This makeup tutorial is a more subtle look to my previous make up tutorial post. This look also comprises of more high end products compared to the last. I would wear this look everyday if I had the time to put all this on too. I am a sole believer of a shimmery brown eye!
To start, I obviously moisturized my face then applied Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Foundation in Ivory. The name of this product is really true to its purpose. Its definitely FULL coverage. For a full coverage concealer to match, I used the Urban Decay NAKED skin Complete Coverage Concealer in Fair Neutral and a pink toned concealer, Benefit Erase Paste in Fair. With all that product, I need to set it with a powder. For my face, I used Shu Uemura Loose Powder in Translucent and for my under eyes, Make Up For Ever HD Powder.
To add a subtle warmth to my cheeks, the Laura Mercier Matte Radiance Baked Powder in Bronze-01 gave just that. I love how non-orangy it is. I love also that the compact is convex inside! The blush I used was the Savvy Classic Blush in Silky Pink. I didn’t want the pick to be too bright because I didn’t want it to over power my whole look. An odd thing I did was that I used an eyeshadow for my highlight. I used the Almay Eyeshadow in Creme Brulee. It wasn’t too eye catching or powdery which is GREAT!
For eyes, I distributed a substantial amount of Maybelline Color Tattoo in 80 Creamy Beige on my eyelid for good neutral base. The I grabbed the Lorac Pro To Go and used both shades, Cafe and Pearl to further intensify and enhance. But I am not done just yet! I added some shimmer using Tony Moly Eyetone Shimmer in S02 on the center of my eyelids to emulate that my eyes are popping a bit–in a good way of course!
For the lips, I showed two options. I personally like the brighter option. The brighter option is the Revlon Colorburst in Candy Apple. It is a more youthful shade but it is a bit harder to match in terms of outfit. While the darker and more vampy option is the Rimmel London Provocalips in 550 Play with Fire.
What do you plan to put this Christmas holiday?