I started with a Sigma e40 to apply Britches as a transition shade. Next, I grabbed a Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush to apply Fried into my crease. I deepened up the outer crease with a Sigma e30 and some Whiskers. Now for the eyelids. I used a Sigma e55 to pack on some Smashlee in the outer lid, and some Yoshi in the inner eyelid. I smoked out the lower lash line with an e.l.f. Cosmetics Professional Eyeshadow Brush and some Bubs. I also highlighted my brow bones with Basic and another e.l.f. Cosmetics Professional Eyeshadow Brush.
I used some LA Girl Pro Conceal HD Concealers in Natural and Light Ivory to highlight and conceal under my eyes and down the center of my face. I then blended until my arm hurt with a dampened Beauty Blender.
I set that with a Morphe e41 and some Ben Nye Fair Translucent Powder. I added some depth to my face by contouring with a Sigma f40 and some Anastasia Contour Powders in Fawn and Java. I blended the crap out of that with a Morphe m530. For cheek color, I grabbed a Sigma f15 and swept on some Cargo Cosmetics Water Resistant Blush in Los Cabos. I then blended again with a Real Techniques Multi Task Brush.
I mapped out my brows with a Palladio The Brow Definer Micro Pencil in Black/Brown. Then, to actually fill them in, I used an Anastasia Duo Brush and some NYX Cosmetics Eyebrow Powder in Dark Brown.
For the all important glow, I grabbed a Morphe m310 and swept on some Violet Voss Pro Highlighting Powder in Star Glow.
I added winged liner using Palladio Felt Tip Eyeliner Pen in Black. I prepped my lashes with Lorac Pro Lash Pomade. I used some Duo Eyelash Adhesive to throw on some Ardell Wispies. I finished the whole look off with e.l.f. Cosmetics Matte Lip Color in Praline.
And that’s all! I’ll see you soon!
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