Anyway, I really wanted to do a unicorn look this year, and I decided to incorporate a couple of thing I saw on Pinterest that inspired me.
Anyway, let’s jump in!
I started by prepping my skin with Amazing Cosmetics Anti Aging Face Primer. I also primed my eyes with a Sigma e58 and a bit of NYX Cosmetics Eyeshadow Base in Skin Tone. I also quickly applied some Grande Lips Hydrating Lip Plumper.
To even out my skin tone, I used a Morphe m439 to put on a combo of Rimmel Stay Matte Clarifying Matte Foundation in Soft Beige and a bit of Cynthia Rowley Brightening Illuminater.
To conceal under my eyes and cream highlight the usual areas, I grabbed my Jouer Perfector in Ivory and a Bare Mineral Max Coverage Concealer Brush. I then blended like I had no where to be with my gold old Beauty Blender.
I set all that cream product with my trusty Real Techniques Multi Tasking Brush and some Ben Nye Luxury Powder in Cameo.
Now on to my brows. I filled them in and shaped them with my Anastasia Duo Brush 7 and some Wunder Brow in Black/Brown.
For a bit of a pop, I used some OCC Cosmetic Colour Pencil in Pool Boy in my waterline. I also grabbed a Real Techniques Accent Brush dipped into some Mehron Mixing Liquid and then into some Violet Voss Glitter in Venus and ran it along my lower lash line.
Then a coat each of Wet n Wild Max Volume Plus mascara and Clinique Lash Doubling mascara.
Now for the fun part! Color, color everywhere!
I used a Target Up & Up Stippling Brush to run some LA Colors Shimmering Loose Eyeshadow in Lollipop along the top edge of my forehead.
I used an e.l.f. Cosmetics Professional Powder Brush to color along my temple area with some Amuse Eyeshadow in Orange Juice.
Along the cheeks, I used a Sigma e40 to apply some Sugarpill Hi-Viz Neon Pigment. Just under the cheekbone, I used a Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush to run some Sugarpill Sparkage Neon Pigment.
Next for the side of my jaw. Here I used a Real Techniques Domed Shadow Brush to brush in some e.l.f. Single Eyeshadow in Totally Teal.
Last color! I used a Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush and some Sugarpill Loose Eyeshadow in Strangling to run along under my jaw.
Now for the Glow! I added a ton of Artist Couture Diamond Glow Powder in Mermaid Fantasy using both a Morphe m310 and a Sigma e30.
For my lips, I threw on some OCC Lip Tar in Indrid topped with some more Violet Voss Glitter in Venus.
To finish off the look, I used some Duo Eyelash Adhesive to glue on some Violet Voss Premium Lashes in Vamptress.
See you for Mani Monday!
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