Friday, 28 November 2014

#FridayFOTD3 - Christmas Cranberries

Today's FOTD was a happy accident. I didn't sit down with the intention of creating this look but I actually really like it. 

Here's how I achieved it:
- Primed my lids with Lime Crime Eyeshadow Helper. This was my first time using this product - so far so good! 
- Packed 'Pink Sapphire' from the Anastasia Lavish palette all over my lid 
- Used 'Sienna' from the same palette to blend out the harsh lines, and to warm up the crease
- Blended 'Orange Soda' just above that as a transition colour
- Used a tiny bit of 'Cream' as a brow bone highlight
- Took 'Backdoor' from the Urban Decay smoked palette on a pencil brush, and stippled it on the outer corners to intensify the look.
- Applied Benefit's 'They're Real Mascara'. I have to say I really, really disliked this product and probably won't use it again. I'm not sure why it's so popular!
-Combed my brows through with Maybelline BrowDRAMA in Dark brown.

- Applied MAC Face and Body Foundation in 'C2' with a Real Techniques Buffing Brush
- Used my ring finger to press LA Girl Pro HD Concealer in 'Creamy Beige' over my dark circles (which have been TERRIBLE lately!)
- Set with Ben Nye Banana Powder on a RT Setting Brush
- Used a RT Blush Brush to apply a small amount of Benefit's 'Hoola'. Again I really didn't enjoy this product! Guess I'm not much of a Benefit fan. 
-Applied Nars 'Orgasm' blush to my cheeks

- Lined my lips with Jordana Easyliner in 'Coco Loco'
- Applied Revlon's 'Mink' lipstick over the top (this is a great alternative to a berry lip)
- Used an angled brush to blend the lip liner and lipstick together

As I said I really love this look and think the lipstick matches that 'Sienna' eyeshadow perfectly. Hope you're all having a good and safe Black Friday. 

Ciao x


1 comment

  1. You look so gorgeous!

    This lipstick really suits you so well! :)

    Maybe following?

    Let me know, gorgeous :)

    P.s. Love the eye shadow!


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