This look is totally something different from what I normally wear for makeup, but I love it! Last week I bought some new colors at KIKO, you can read about that here. Immediately I wanted to play with all the colors, they were perfect for a mermaid inspired look!
FACE: Catrice Even Skintone Foundation, Catrice Liquid Camouflage Concealer, Maybelline Matte Me Powder, Makeup Revolution Contour Palette, Essence Silky Touch Blush in 20 Babydoll, I Heart Makeup Goddes of Love Highlighter
EYEBROWS: Catrice Eyebrow Powder and Eyebrow Gel
EYES: Catrice Eye Shadow Base and Maybelline Matte Me Powder
- Crease – KIKO Smart Eyeshadow in 29 (blue)
- Eyelid – KIKO High Pigment Wet and Dry Eyeshadow in 84 (green). Used it dry over the whole eyelid, and wet on the middle part.
- Eyeliner and Inner Corner – KIKO Eyetech Look in 112. Used it as a eyeliner.
NYC Big Bold Mascara
LIPS: KIKO Intesly Lavish Lipstick in 01
That’s the finished look! I’m really happy how it turned out. Actually, I wanted to film this look, but if your head is constantly out the view, it’s not going to work of course. Need to stick with blogging I guess. Maybe in the future, we’ll see.
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In this post, I showed the Primark Glitter Palette. To be honest, I had not really used it yet because the quality wasn’t great. But today I decided to try to make a cut crease with the glitter palette and even though I have glitters on my face EVERYWHERE (help) I’m really content with the look. It was my first time creating a proper cut crease, and I’m happy with the result.
For this look I used the glitter palette, a brown eyeshadow (the color I used is from the I Heart Makeup Naked Chocolate pallete) and a concealer to cut the crease.
Here is a swatch of the glitter I used. In the pan it is a bit greasy, but it gets more glittery dry on the skin. The only problem is that the glitters smudge on the eye because of the warmth of your skin.
I started with blending the brown eyeshadow in the crease. It does not have to be very precise, we are going to clean it up later. I also blende the edges with a white eyeshadow to make it less harsh.
With the concealer we ‘cut the crease’. It’s the intention that the line is a bit more sharper, but hey first time, I still need practise. Also, don’t use to much concealer because when you use to much products this can smudge too.
Last step: add the glitters!! As you see on the last picture, the glitters already smudges a bit when I blinked sadly.
To complete the look I added a coat of mascara, some brown eyeshadow on the low lashline an I cleaned the edges.
And that’s the finished look! The glitters make it really festive, so it’s perfect for Christmas or New Years. I did not add a lipcolor, but I would go for a red or a nude color. The eyes already get so much attention because of the glitter and I always like the ‘rule’: Or bold eyes or bold lips. But in this case I think a red lipcolor would look lovely!
Hope you liked it! Have a nice day 🙂
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