MAKE UP LOOK: BRONZE GODDESS

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Today I tried out something new. I did my regular routine with skin, but I went a little crazy on the eyes.

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So, as always, I started with the Catrice Allround Cover stick in the shade nude under my eyes and on my nose. I bleded that out with my finger (classy, right?) and put my Garnier BB cream-The Miracle skin Perfector in the shade light over that. I blended that out with my mini beauty sponge which I got from Ličila.si. With the Avon Ideal Flawless matte liquid concealer in the shade fair I slihghtly highlighted the tip of my nose, my under-eye-bags, the tops of my cheeks and a little bit on the for-head. I blended that out with that same beauty sponge just to give it a little bit of a darker tone. Then I went on and contoured my face with the Avon-Luxe Lavish Powder Bronzer (article link: Avon-Luxe Lavish Powder Bronzer) as I normally do, but today I put a little bit more on my jaw line, because I was feeling reckless and it turned out great. Once I finished with my skin, I moved on to my brows.

I don’t really know how to describe the whole scientific progress of how I do my brows, but I use the Catrice Cosmetics Eyebrow pen Limited edition Graphic Grace in CO1 Brown (damn, what a long name for such a simple product). It’s a little bit darker so I put it on the outer corner of my brows to get that kind of ombre-light-to-dark-brown effect. And the other product is one of my favorite make up products OF ALL TIME, the L’Oréal Paris Brow Artist Designer in the shade 26LNAN.

Aaaand so we finally get to the eyes. I used the same two palletes than last time, the Revolution ultra eye shadows and Naked 3 from Urban Decay.

 

I used the dark orange-ish color from Naked3 to put all over my lid and on my water-line and then the first brown in the third row of the Relovution palette on my outer V and crease. Then I used the glitter brown from Naked3 and put that over the brown from the Revolution palette just to shimmer it up a little bit (are you lost yet?). Then I used the white from the Revolution palette under my brow on the browbone and in the inner corner of my eye just to brigthen up the look. The eyeliner I used is by She stylezone Dip Eyeliner in 001 Black. I made a small wing, just to experiment. I didn’t want to go big on the lashes so I used the Max Factor 2000 calorie Dramatic Volume. AND BAM! THAT IS IT!

This is how the make up look turned out:

I hope you liked this post. If you have any recommendations or requests on what products to try in the future, feel free to leave it in the comment section below.

 

 

Have a lovely day,

yours truly.

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